BY TC News Desk
Agartala, December 18: Directorate of Elementary Education took another effort for better implementation of NIPUN Mission with the effective involvement of BRPs and CRPs of education system. A one day orientation pregramme was organized on Monday, involving a total of 327 BRPs and CRPs of the state recruited under the education department. The recently recruited 170 BRPs along with existing BRPs and CRPs of the whole state were brought under a roof to make them aware about the practices of NIPUN Mission and many more.
The programme was inaugurated by State Project Director of Samagra Shiksha, NC Sharma, TCS, SSG. Sharma in his address asked the participants for their involvement and dedication towards their profession and motivated them to be the support system of department.
Joint State Project Director of Samagra Shiksha Sajal Debnath, TCS, Grade-II was also present as dignitaries who guided the participants about some major aspects that the BRPs and CRPs must notice while visiting different schools of their jurisdiction.
Partha Pratim Acharyay, OSD, SCERT was present during the session as resource person who discussed about the methods of classroom transactions, foundational needs of a child, ways to achieve all round development, remedial practices for slow learners etc., so that the BRPs and CRPs during visit will be able to guide the teachers about the same.
NIPUN Nodal cum branch officer of NIPUN Tripura cell Abhijit Samajpati coordinated the entire orientation programme and in his address reminded the participants about their roles and responsibilities, maintenance of punctuality etc. along with the general discussion directly related to NIPUN Mission. He Emphasizes on the use of online school monitoring format during or immediate after completion of each school visit by all the BRPs and CRPs. So that, a clear picture about each and every school of the entire state will be available in a single platform, with the directorate. At the end of session Samajpati also answered for the quarries of participants in details.
The PMU partners of NIPUN, i.e., from TEA and Ahvaan Trust Mrigank Mukharjee, Prakash Rao and Anima Debbarma conducted sessions on highlighting points to remember about NIPUN Mission, future plans to be adopted, school monitoring visits, different surveys that already been conducted and will be conducted, use of TLMs, TGs etc.
The result of baseline assessment survey was also discussed in the orientation programme and emphasis was given mainly on the conduction of remedial classes and adoption of other remedial measures as per students need. All the BRPs and CRPs will specially focus on this matter during visits.