UP Board prepares ‘Naye Satra Mei Naya Savera’ format

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Prayagraj, 06 May: The Board of Secondary Education (UP Board) has taken a new initiative to keep itself more updated in the future with the children studying in the schools. In order to make children cultured and employment oriented, a format of inspirational program has been prepared in the morning assembly in the colleges.

At the initial level, it is being started in government inter colleges and aided secondary schools in all the districts of the state.

All the education officers have been asked to attend the morning assemblies of these schools and inspire the children with inspirational recollections of what they want to do in the future.

Along with this, the focus will be on quality education and how to succeed in this era of competition. Meritorious students of the schools would also be invited for these morning assemblies so that they could become a source of inspiration for the future generation.

UP Board Secretary Dibyakant Shukla started it on Saturday by reaching Government Inter College in the morning. He directly interacted with the children and paved the way for their future. After the grand examination this time, the board has prepared a program under the agenda ‘New Dawn in the New Session’.

Shukla added further, the District School Inspector and his associate officers will hold inspirational talks with the children in the morning assembly. Will give them inspirational tips on how to make their future bright. He will focus on creating a good environment for education in schools. The board secretary said that the board has started working on a new strategy from the new academic session itself. All district school inspectors have been instructed in this regard.

Ask lots of questions and communicate with teachers: Dibyakant

UP Board Secretary Dibyakant Shukla reached the Government Inter College on Saturday and interacted directly with the students. When the principal of the college introduced the secretary to the students, everyone got excited. The secretary said that this college has a proud history. The children who have studied here have brought laurels to the country and the world. The students of this college are occupying high administrative positions in the country and states today. From politics to arts, science, medicine, business, army, etc., a large number of Government Inter College alumni are decorated in high positions.

The secretary said that now the era is changing. There has been a lot of change in the format of education. Competition has increased a lot. In such a situation, everyone needs to update themselves. They have to be conscious from the very beginning of their studies. They have to prepare a strategy of which field they want to choose. They will have to study under the same strategy or plan.

He said that there is no shortcut way to success. For this one has to go through a difficult path. One has to work hard. We have to instill a confidence in ourselves that we will achieve this goal at any cost.

In the meeting of the second shift, along with the secretary, Deputy Secretary Administration Devbrat Singh and Mathematics expert of Secondary Education Council, Dr. Vaishali Tiwari and English subject expert Juhi Srivastava also interacted with the students and guided them to perform well in these subjects. .