Education only tool to transform society: G N Var

Asks private schools to work for compensation of learning loss of students

Srinagar: Private Schools’ Association Jammu and Kashmir (PSAJK) President, G N Var on Tuesday said that the association will leave no stone unturned to compensate the learning gaps created by the Covid pandemic and resultant closure of schools for last more than two and a half years.

Private schools should focus on quality education and ensure that no student is deprived of education for any reason, Var said while chairing a meeting of school owners of Pampore Zone held at Satisar Educational Institute Tulbagh Pampore.

The meeting was called in order to apprise the school owners about the recent achievements at various levels and also to send a message to the private schools that quality education should be the top priority while working for compensating the learning losses that happened due to continuous closure of schools.

Speaking on the occasion, Var said that education is the only tool that can transform a society and prepare future leaders of a nation.

He stressed upon the school owners to retain their students by providing them conducive teaching learning atmosphere and an education that can make parents satisfy.

“We have to prepare our students to face the challenges of 21st century,” he said.

On the occasion, private school owners who have done commendable work during the Covid pandemic and have struggled hard in order to keep the flame of education lit were felicitated by president PSAJK.

Secretary PSAJK, G N Shakir, its Coordinator Abdul Majid Bhat, Co coordinator Tahir Ahmad also attended the meeting.

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