Schools need rigid policies to improve quality
New Delhi/Raipur. Chhattisgarh Government under Free and Compulsory Education Act, demanded for creating rigid policies to measure the level of students in State. The demand was proposed by the Minister of School Education Brijmohan Agrawal in a meeting of Central Advisory Council, lately held in New Delhi.
Agrawal, in the meeting shared that Chattisgarh Government has prepared several innovative methods to face challenges that the schools will experience in future. He emphasized that a special care should be taken for students' subject evaluation before passing them to higher classes. He also demanded to establish high-quality training institutes in State for teachers.