Assam: Ranoj Pegu Launch 3 Apps to Solve Problems of Teachers

The apps have been launched for improving the facilities of 26,000 contractual teachers and 9,000 state pool teachers.
Ranoj Pegu
Ranoj Pegu

Assam Education Minister Ranoj Pegu launched three apps at the office of the Director of Comprehensive Education Mission on Monday to solve problems of teachers through digital mode and to bring dynamism and transparency in the educational work of educational institutions in the state.

The apps have been launched for improving the facilities of 26,000 contractual teachers and 9,000 state pool teachers.

According to sources, the education officers will monitor the performance of contractual teachers through the app following which annual income will be increased on the basis of their performance. The teachers can also do their own assessments through the app.

Another app is launched to improve the infrastructure of schools.

Pegu said that there are 46,000 schools in the state and in this app daily information on infrastructure, measures for infrastructure development will be updated.

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Schools will be inspected by ministers and cluster stars and based on the inspection data will be entered into the app.

The system will have a self-assignment of 50 marks and action will be taken if the teacher's performance is poor during the inspection.

There will also be provisions for dismissal in case the performance is repeatedly poor.

Pegu warned the teachers and said, “'Everyone should follow the teacher's rules. There is still time, let's be corrected. Don't force us to make the final decision.”

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