Jamshedpur, Jan 15: Jamshedpur East MLA and former cabinet minister Saryu Roy today reviewed state-owned schools in his assembly constituency at his Bistupur residence on Friday in the presence of education officials and principals of all the 10 high schools.
The schools were directed to submit details about their landed areas to the district education officer so that there are no hindrances for new buildings and construction of boundary walls. The land details should be on the base date of October 2, 1980 when the schools were undertaken by the government and land transferred from government to schools and the land details can be procured from the Jamshedpur circle office.
The review meeting also found that six schools boundary walls had to be raised and repaired while three schools had rain water problems and it was decided to rectify the problems within a week. Schools having electricity problems were asked to solve it using funds from the development fund at the level of district education officers.
Seven school principals informed that anti-social elements used to gather and loiter in their school premises and the district education officer was asked to take up the issue with the East Singhbhum deputy commissioner Suraj Kumar.
The district education officer, S Tigga informed the MLA that model question papers have been distributed in all the high schools in view of the approaching matric board exams and all subject teachers have been made available in the schools.
It was also decided that school principals should submit a list of such students who had obtained more than 80 per cent marks in board exams so that they can be felicitated at a common function.
The district education officer was asked to inspect all the 10 high schools and submit a report on infrastructural problems within a month so that necessary steps can be taken to arrange infrastructure in such schools.
It was also decided to reconstitute the school management committees of every school within a week so that a proper education ambience can be created. The schools were also asked to arrange for beautification of school and arrange for child register during enrolment in schools within a year so that quality education can be provided to children.
During the review of Upgraded High School, Kalimati lack of proper building, land problems was discussed and the principal of the said school suggested that the school could be shifted to the Jemco ground. It was also decided to take enrolment of boys also in the Michael John Girls School at Tinplate in Golmuri to increase the number of students.