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DoSE directs government schools

Nagaland News

Dimapur, July 2: In view of the Unlock-1 measures issued by the State Government, the Principal Director of School Education, Shanavas C has directed all Heads of Institutions to be in their respective places of posting and attend schools regularly.


“A roster shall be prepared and notified so that 50% of the teaching and non-teaching staff attends school on a particular day, subject to adherence of COVID-19 behaviour at all times. The 50% of staff not attending on any day shall work from home and shall be available on phone/mail for dealing with any urgent school works. List of teachers not present at their respective place of posting as on July 6 should be submitted to the DEOs/Sr. SDEOs/SDEOs concerned through email on July 7. The DEOs/Sr. SDEOs/SDEOs concerned shall compile the lists and send the consolidated list to the Directorate through email (director.se.nagaland@gmail.com) on or before July 9,” he said.
School Heads have also been asked to prepare class- wise list of students not taken admissions in MS Excel File and submit to respective DEOs/Sr. SDEOs/SDEOs on or before July 9. The DEOs/Sr. SDEOs/SDEOs concerned should compile the data and upload the same at the file shared with them through Google Drive on or before July 13..
“School Heads should contact parents/guardian of dropout students with the help of teachers/NGOs/student bodies/church leaders and encourage admitting their children to appropriate classes and resuming schooling. The last date prescribed for admissions in the Academic Calendar 2021 stands extended to 13/08/2021 for classes up to Class VII. The extended last date for admission to classes VIII and above shall be as per notifications issued by NBSE.
“Class-wise list of students admitted through the above stated Special Admission Drive shall be submitted to the Directorate of School Education in the prescribed format (will be issued in due course of time) during the period 14 to 18 August 2021,” the Principal Director stated.


Further, the school Heads and Teachers have been directed to explore all possible ways to assist students in making best use of the online/offline teaching-learning activities being undertaken by the Schools and the Department.
All possible efforts should be made to implement the directives/guidelines issued on May 20 last regarding online/offline mode of teaching-learning activities, he added.
“All DEOs/Sr. SDEOs/SDEOs should assign inspection duties to JEOs/AEOs/SISs posted in their establishments and ensure that these officials inspect schools assigned to them regularly,” he stated.
(Page News Service)

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