Tseminyu Sub Division gets another GHS
Strong structure of education is a solution for all round development: Khing
R. Khing and others after unveiling a monolith for upgradation of Government High School Tseminyu Town on February 24. (Morung Photo)
Parliamentary secretary for horticulture R. Khing today unveiled a monolith for upgradation of Government Middle School Tseminyu Town to that of Government High School. With this newly upgraded GHS, the number of High Schools under Tseminyu Sub Division has gone upto 10 (Govt-7 and Private- 3).
Speaking on the occasion, Khing said that human resource development is the most important factor of the developmental activities. He said a strong structure of education is a solution for all round development in this modern society. He continued that education transforms the society from backwardness to forwardness and called upon the people to give due importance towards the growth of education. Khing also stated that a concerted effort is needed to make this newly upgraded school as a centre of excellence and also to enable the children to become a responsible citizen tomorrow.
Stating that the main objective of opening educational institutions is to build the children to become a future leaders, he urged upon the school managing board, teaching & non teaching staff including the public, parents to focus towards a result oriented institution. He wishes to see that this newly upgraded high school produce a good number of leaders, bureaucrats, academicians, thinkers, technocrats, doctors, engineers, etc. Khing also encouraged the students to study hard and pursue their academic career with a concrete goal and purpose. He also reminded the students that quality education is a must in this competitive world. He said that he felt sorry for those students who fail to give its fullest attention to their studies and miss the race of the competitive world.
Thejao Vihienuo, state’s mission director Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (RMSA) told the public that the upgradation of the school is also wake up call for each and every individual to execute extra responsibility towards the smooth functioning of the school. In this, he requested the teachers to response to the need of imparting quality education and at the same time urged the Village Education Committee (VEC) to always stand alert upon the overall performance of the school. He asserted that poor management will arise if VECs don’t stand alert, which, he said will ultimately develop a sense of unwillingness from the side of parents to send their children to the school. He added that the career of the students will be spoiled if the teachers do not perform their duty in a proper manner. Vihienuo said the newly upgraded high school will be facilitated with 2 rooms for class IX & X, art & craft room, science laboratory, library room, headmaster and teaching staff room, separate toilet for boys and girl, posting of one headmaster, science teacher, mathematics teacher, English teacher, social science teacher, laboratory attendant, library attendant and office assistant. He said salary will be routed through the finance department while recruitment of teachers will be done by school education department.
Joseph Humtsoe, director horticulture, Kakuto, president NPF youth Wing (Nagaland) and representative from Rengma Hoho also spoke on the occasion. Earlier, the function was chaired by Kenny Tep. Welcome address was delivered by Henkhahao Singson while vote of thanks was proposed by Ndotsu Kent.
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