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CS reviews implementation of projects under SS Nagaland

Nagaland News

Dimapur, May 21: Chief Secretary & chairman, Nagaland Education Mission Society(NEMS), J.Alam, IAS convened review meeting to assess the implementation of Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya (KGBV), Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Avasiya Vidyalaya (NSCBAV) – Residential Hostels and Morung Concept of Education implemented under Samagra Shiksha Nagaland on May 21 in the Chief Secretary conference hall attended by Temsunaro Aier, IAS, State Mission Director, Samagra Shiksha, T. Yangpvuthung Kikon, NCS, Additional Secretary, School Education & SCERT, Hiazu Meru NCS, Additional Secretary, School Education, Lithrongla Tongpi Rutsa NCS, Joint Secretary, School Education officials from Samagra Shiksha, District officials and NGOs involved in the implementation of various projects.
The review meeting was convened as a follow up of the impact study conducted by the Nagaland University Department of Education led by Dr. Limala, Associate Professor, as principal investigator along with 4 co-principal investigators from the University. The findings of the impact study were presented by the team during the review meeting.
Currently, Samagra Shiksha is implementing 11 type-I KGBVs for elementary girls with 100 intake capacity each and 11 KGBV type-IV for secondary girls with 100 intake capacity each for the Educationally Backward Blocks (EBBs) located in the Eastern Districts of the State, 13 NSCBAV- residential hostels for girls with 50 intake capacity each in 11 districts and Morung Concept of Education in 4 districts under State Specific Innovative Projects.
During the meeting, the performances of the NGOs and Districts implementing the projects were reviewed. J. Alam, Chief Secretary appreciated the NU Impact Study team for the comprehensive study report and informed the State Mission Director, Samagra Shiksha to analyse the report to prepare actionable points for necessary action. He appreciated the implementing agencies/NGOs for showing improvement and encouraged them to maximise utilization of whatever resources provided by the Government of India to ensure best possible outcome in supporting the students.
While acknowledging the improvement indicated by some implementing agencies, the Chief Secretary also directed the State Mission Director to initiate action for non-performers. A total number of 53 members attended the meeting.
(Page News Service)