PULWAMA: District administration in Pulwama has decided the install CCTV cameras and enforce gender segregation as part of measures to regulate the functioning of private tuition centres in the district.
The decisions were taken at a meeting chaired by Deputy Commissioner, Pulwama, G M Dar on Thursday meant to address issues related to functioning of various coaching centres, an statement issued by J&K Government’s information department said here.
The meeting was attended by Deputy Chief Education Officer Pulwama, Principal Government Girls Higher Secondary School and Heads of various coaching centres.
Other than segregation and CCTV monitoring, the meeting also decided that the coaching centres will provide the details of their faculty to the administration, ensure that rolls are regulated, coaching centres are registered, provisions of separate washroom facilities are created and details of fee charged from each student and the criteria adopted for the purpose is communicated to the district administration.
Besides, the coaching centres will now mark the attendance of students and hold regular parent-teacher meetings to evaluate the progress of the students, the press statement said.
Addressing the meeting, DDC Pulwama highlighted the importance of quality education, career counselling and role of coaching centres in preparing the students for various state and national level competitive exams.
He stated that coaching centres were always considered as additional support mechanism to help students improve their performance. Dar urged upon the management of coaching centres provide better quality education to students for tangible results, said the statement.