Imphal, July 23,
The 8th Annual Regional Principals’ Conference of Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan, Tinsukia Region began at Classic Grande, Chingmeirong, Imphal, today. The Conference will be held for 3-days i.e., from 22-24 July, 2019.
There are 1,290 Kendriya Vidyalayas in the Country and 38 Kendriya Vidyalayas are in Tinsukia region - 6 in Nagaland, 9 in Manipur, 16 in Arunachal Pradesh and 7 in Assam. The main reason for selecting Manipur is because of the excellent academic performances of the 9 Kendriya Vidyalayas in different districts of the State.
The Conference of the Principals is held annually to do SWOT Analysis wherein the strength, weaknesses, challenges among others of the Sangathans are assessed. New proposals are put up for discussion and plans implemented and adopted in the preceding year are also assessed to check whether it reached the set target. Discussion is also held on areas which will help in achieving goals set by the Sangathan.
B. K. Behera, Deputy Commissioner In-charge, KV, RO, Tinsukia speaking during the function said that Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan is the leading group of schools in the country. The pass percentage of students was 98.27 percent in Class XII and 99.47 percent in Class X which is the best in almost all groups of schools. In the last two years, the Sangathan have been continuously improving the quality of education and as a result the performances of the students in the examinations have been excellent across the country. The Sangathan is focused not only towards academic excellence but have also taken up steps for holistic development of the students. It is a matter of pride that the students of KV Imphal 3 will participate in the Subroto Cup in the 2019-20 National Games.
Speaking at the inaugural function as the Chief Guest, Th. Kirankumar, IAS, Director, Education(S), Govt. of Manipur said that Kendra Vidyalayas and Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas have brought laurels for the past many years. Appreciating the efforts of the teachers of the Sangathan of the State in making the academic atmosphere unaffected by bandhs and strikes, he said, it shows the dedication of the teachers towards education. He requested the principals and teachers of the Sangathans to give suggestions in drafting the National Education Policy to bring changes in the education sector in the State. He also added that with the increase in the number of Districts in the State, there is necessity to open more numbers of kendriya Vidyalayas in the State.
Speaking as Guest of Honour, Hmangte Lerte Kom, MCS, Additional Director, Education (S), Govt. of Manipur, said that the Sangathan have been rendering a good service to the people. He expressed hoped that the Principals will work wholeheartedly in taking the Sangathan as the top prestigious institution. He said that Thoubal Kendriya Vidyalaya is in the pipeline and the Government is keen in opening Kendriya Vidyalayas in every districts of the State.
S.V. Joglekar, Assistant Commissioner, KV, RO, Tinsukia, and Shri M. Paswan, Principal, KV, Imphal No.1, Lamphelpat were also present at the inaugural function.
Principals of Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan, Tinsukia Region, staffs of KV Lamphelpat and students were present at the inaugural of the 3-days Annual Conference. Cultural shows were also presented by the Students.
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