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Saturday, September 23, 2017

Govt and Poor-Performance Schools

Friday, 09 June 2017 11:47
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Shri Nitish Kumar, the Hon'ble Chief Minister of Bihar has decided to sack all the teachers of schools that have produced zero percent (0%) results in the last Higher Secondary examination; that too with the shadow of Shri Lalu Prasad looming in the background. The simple reason is that these teachers have portrayed Bihar in very poor light. It is not only the bad image to the state, but these teachers have also destroyed many generations. Now that is what leadership in the true sense is all about. Kudos to that truly Great Chief Minister and his Government!

Many government schools of Nagaland too have produced NIL results in successive HSLC examinations. But no action has ever been dreamt of so far, except for the nonsensical threats issued by successive impotent Governments for the past many years. We are truly Paper Tigers of the highest order. There are a few good and dedicated teachers also in those schools, but a good majority being rotten, the good deeds of these few individuals have drowned. Are we going to allow the ruination of more generations?

Perhaps the time is most opportune for the Hon'ble Chief Minister of Nagaland to shift gears and cause the pressing changes required. Let's take a cue from that one-in-a-million individual (Nitish Kumar) and his conscientious government, who has kept society before himself. Please do something positive for posterity, without fear or favour. It is time that non-productive teachers and employees are shown the door.

Prof. G.T. Thong

Nagaland University

 


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