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SS, SCERT Nagaland officials attend regional workshop on Post- FLS interventions

Officials from Nagaland at Regional Workshop on Post- FLS in New Delhi

Kohima, November 20: The officials of Samagra Shiksha Nagaland and State Council of Educational Research & Training (SCERT) Nagaland attended a two day long Regional Workshop on Post-Foundational Learning Study(FLS) Interventions, conducted by National Council Educational Research & Training (NCERT), Ministry of Education and United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF) at New Delhi from November 17 to 18.
This workshop has been called to release state-wise report for FLS.
Two officials from Samagra Shiksha and SCERT from each States/UTs were invited for the regional Workshop
For Nagaland, it was represented by Vekutulu Veyie, Sr. Lecturer SCERT, Benjungdenla Yaden, Reader SCERT and Kelhikha Kenye, Deputy Mission Director Samagra Shiksha Nagaland.
During introductory session, Rashi Sharma, Director, Department of School Education and Literacy, Ministry of Education informed the officials from the states/UTs to conduct analysis of the FLS state report and come up with action plans to improve achievement level of Foundational Literacy & Numeracy.
She also spoke on the need to link Samagra Shiksha plans with Post FLS Interventions.
Prof. Indrani Bhaduri, Head, NAS Cell & ESD, NCERT extended welcome address and gave the overview of the 2 days regional workshop.
She informed the participants that state specific workshops are required to be followed for deeper understanding of the findings in the FLS report and disseminate FLS report to all the teachers.
Indrani also said that Foundational Learning is not only limited to Literacy but it involves health, nutrition and overall well being of children and reminded the states to prepare comprehensive intervention plans to improve learning outcomes of students. Terry Durnnian, Chief, Education UNICEF made presentation of UNICEF’s perspective on Foundational Learning Study.
FLS study was conducted in line with NIPUN Bharat Mission to achieve Universal Foundational Literacy & Numeracy for all children of 3-8 years by 2026-27.
(Page News Service)