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Published on Fri, 12 Oct, 2018 Both

Imphal, October 9, 2021 (DIPR): Education Minister Shri Thokchom Radheshyam said that opinion on norms for regulation of school vehicles will be sought soon from the people involved with the task of transporting students at school. He said that it is a common, but an unpleasant sight seeing young children packed in vans for schools.

The Minister appealed to the people, associated with the transportation of children back and forth to school and home, will be invited for a discussion in order to curve a better policy so that fair and appropriate rules can be laid down. He explained that it is to facilitate the young children have better transportation. He said the children are the true treasures and they should be nurture. The Minister was speaking at the 10th Teachers’ Day Cum Parents Teachers Meet, 2018 at the Communicative English Language Teaching Institute (CELTI), Thoubal.

Highlighting the importance of school assignment, he expressed that the assignments are given to the students to increase their learning capabilities. However, it is very unfortunate that due to the availability of the ready-made assignments on sale, the process of carrying out the assignment is rather becoming more of a cut-and-paste, he added. It is therefore important that the students are made to carry out their task honestly to help them develop and discover their innate abilities and exhibit their talents.

He said seeing and learning is one of the best methods for teaching children. He explained that accelerated learning or reinforces learning method which helps in having long term impression of what has been taught and learnt in the class. Responsibilities of parents do not end by sending the children at school likewise the teachers’ duty towards the students is not confine only with the completion of syllabus but to prepare and built them the capability to face any challenges in life. He urged to make the children the lessons in a structural manner overcoming the issues and problems.

The programme was attended by AC to DC, Teresa Tangpua, teachers, students and guardians. (DIPR)