Govt schools’ infrastructure needs overhaul, say residents
| Monday | 9th September, 2019
INTERNATIONAL LITERACY DAYTribune News ServiceAmritsar, September 8As International Literacy Day being celebrated across the globe, residents feel that there is a need to promote importance of literacy among people, improving infrastructure of government schools for right public education.
Indu Arora, a former educationist and member of the non-governmental organisation (NGO), Voice of Amritsar, said, “Education is right of every child.
There must be stress on healthy food and encouragement to kids.”Neera Sharma, Principal, DAV Public School, highlighted the requirement of empowering government schools, formulating policies to promote literacy.
There is a need that policies are formed to enhance education system, as well as government schools.
The government schools can be mentored by private schools for their holistic development.
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