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Belthangady: District-level educational conclave held at Kanyadi School

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Belthangady: The National Education Policy (NEP), which is being formulated with the objective of bringing about a major change in the education sector is being reviewed and will be formulated without any injustice to teachers and students of any category. More and more people are inclined towards this and it is likely to be implemented by 2030. Today’s education is going on like a wave and not going towards necessity. Education has been successful in providing employment to people but is not becoming the foundation for a peaceful life. A new policy is needed for this school, said Education Minister B.C. Nagesh.

He was speaking at a district-level educational conclave organised in association with The Dakshina Kannada District Pre-University Colleges Principals’ Association and Ujire SDM PU College at Siddhavana Gurukul in Ujire on Friday September 16.

Education to perfect achievements with personality development is being imparted in Dakshina Kannada District. He said it is commendable that the achievements of the people here are continuously going on and it is a role model and an inspiration for others.

Inaugurating the function, Dharmadhikari and Rajya Sabha Member Dr. Veerendra Heggade said that teachers need to upgrade their knowledge in today’s technology era. Since students’ learning ability is fast, children cannot be taken lightly. Therefore, teachers need to be always studious, he said.

PUC is important to shape the future of children. Education is for achievement. Children should focus on becoming achievers. Education without character is like a flower without fragrance, he said.

Heggade explained that many colleges in the District are marked by the name of principals.

Speaking on the occasion, Alva’s Education Foundation President Dr. M. Mohan Alva said that government-aided and private educational institutions have their own special significance in the field of education. The system is being hampered by the business spirit in the education sector. Inculcating values with the power to face challenges should be educated according to the concept. Necessary training should be provided for entrance examinations in government colleges, he said.

Pre-University Education District Deputy Director C. D. Jayanna, Shri D.M. Educational Institutions Secretary Dr. S. Satish Chandra, SDM PUC College Principal Prof. Dinesh Chowt, Deputy Director’s Office Branch Officer Nitin, Principals’ Association vice-president Sudhir, Vinayak, and BEO Virupakshappa were present.

Principals’ Association President Gangadhar Alva welcomed the gathering, SDM PU College Lecturer Deekshith Rai and Mahaveer Jain compered the event.

Incentives were given to the students selected under the free education scheme in PU College. 18 retired principals, lecturers who inspired and contributed to starting 200 YouTube classes and conducted online classes were felicitated and students who scored good marks in II PUC and undergraduate colleges who scored 100 per cent results were felicitated.

Tulu Sahitya Academy is providing honorarium to teachers of 43 high schools where Tulu language is being taught. But now the subject has been dropped in some schools. A request was made to the Minister that the government should appoint honorary teachers for the Tulu subject.

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