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Holds Important Block Level Meeting With School Heads On National Achievement Survey

GURDASPUR: Punjab Education Department has been leading in the survey among the states of India, the National Achievement Survey is also being prepared by the teachers focusing on the children. In this regard block level meetings are being held by the education authorities to motivate the school heads.

Under this series District Education Officer Sec: Harpal Singh Sandhanwalia held an important meeting with all the school heads of Block Dinanagar 1 and Dinanagar 2 today.

Disclosing this here today he said that all the education officers and teachers have been trained for the National Achievement Survey and the teachers at the school level are preparing in a planned manner.

He said that an exercise paper related to NAS was being taken on September 2 so that the children could be prepared in every aspect. Meanwhile, Deputy CEO Mr. Lakhwinder Singh in his address said that the preparation being done by the teachers in the National Achievement Survey is commendable. Self-assessment of this preparation is also necessary to make it more mature. Therefore, every child in every school should be prepared with a positive approach so that no child is left behind. . Dinanagar 1 Anil Bhalla and B.N.O. Amandeep Kumar assessed the number of NASH sheets at the block level. On this occasion, DSM Mr. Manjit Singh Sandhu had a detailed discussion with the present school heads regarding smart school parameters and reviewed the grants being sent by the Education Department. Meanwhile, D.M. Sports Iqbal Singh Samra discussed the construction of smart playgrounds in government schools. Meanwhile, District Education Reform Team Team Incharge Surinder Kumar, Team Members Kamaljit Jarewal, Daljit Singh, Navdeep Sharma, Media Coordinator Gurdaspur Gagandeep Singh, DM Ganit Gurnam Singh, Principal Jaskaran Singh etc. were present.
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