GMS Onagam sets new trends in school education through innovation
Bandipora: In a rare gesture, a philanthropist donated a microscope worth 17000 to Government Girls Middle School Onagam in North Kashmir’s Bandipora district.
Mohammad Azad Reshi, a lab technician by profession and District President Private Diagnostic Centers Association donated the scientific apparatus as a good will gesture to the school wherein mostly children belonging to underprivileged families are enrolled.
Mr Reshi said that the idea to donate the microscope to the school struck his mind when the headmaster Javaid Jawad approached him with the defunct microscope of the school which was not working properly.
Mr Reshi realised the need to arrange new good quality microscope for the School which is working hard under the supervision of Head Master Javaid Jawad and the same progress is highlighted through social media.
Javaid Jawad, a recipient of Best Teacher Award for his performance in 2021, extended gratitude on behalf of his staff and students to Mohammad Azad Reshi for his good gift and his understanding regarding the requirement of basic tool in scientific subject.
He urged upon the public to come forward to improve the performance of government schools in their respective areas.
It is pertinent to mention that the school has shown a hundred percent increase in its roll during the last four years due to improvement in its functioning.
Among other initiatives, the school has initiated guest lectures for the teachers and the students .
Several educationists, doctors and retired teachers are continuously visiting the school and sharing subject specific experiences, information and knowledge with the students.