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SILCHAR, Sept 19 - Concerned with the state of affairs in the government-run schools under the Sonai constituency of Cachar district, Deputy Speaker Aminul Haque Laskar has urged upon the teachers to step up the pattern of imparting lessons to the students to yield better results.

In an interactive session with the teachers of LP, ME, and Higher Secondary schools of the constituency on Thursday, the Deputy Speaker said, � Despite flooding all facilities including free textbooks, mid-day meal, better teachers, what ails the government schools to come up with better results. If one lakh students take admission into primary classes, only 10,000 students get into higher education level. There is a visible 90 per cent dip in the ratio which is scary. The teachers engaged in the noble responsibility must introspect and device ways to improve the situation.�

Deputy Commissioner Laya Madduri also urged the teachers render their duties with sincerity and mould the young minds into creative genius. She said that words of wisdom from teachers impact the students and hence teachers must engage into shaping the lives of the students with value-based education.

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Deputy Speaker interacts with teachers

SILCHAR, Sept 19 - Concerned with the state of affairs in the government-run schools under the Sonai constituency of Cachar district, Deputy Speaker Aminul Haque Laskar has urged upon the teachers to step up the pattern of imparting lessons to the students to yield better results.

In an interactive session with the teachers of LP, ME, and Higher Secondary schools of the constituency on Thursday, the Deputy Speaker said, � Despite flooding all facilities including free textbooks, mid-day meal, better teachers, what ails the government schools to come up with better results. If one lakh students take admission into primary classes, only 10,000 students get into higher education level. There is a visible 90 per cent dip in the ratio which is scary. The teachers engaged in the noble responsibility must introspect and device ways to improve the situation.�

Deputy Commissioner Laya Madduri also urged the teachers render their duties with sincerity and mould the young minds into creative genius. She said that words of wisdom from teachers impact the students and hence teachers must engage into shaping the lives of the students with value-based education.