DEHRADUN: during a meeting of Education Department officers on Tuesday, lecturers of all government colleges are asked to possess Aadhaar card details uploaded on the Indian government’s official portal by Nov fifteen failing that action are going to be initiated to prevent their salaries.
The move came months once province government created it necessary for all government lecturers to possess Aadhaar cards. In Haryana recently, Aadhaar card was created obligatory for all candidates showing for the Haryana lecturers Eligibility take a look at to be conducted by the board in Dec.
The director general (DG) of college education, Captain Alok Shekhar Tiwari, summoned the meet once returning from the recently-held division gathering known as by the Centre in geographical region. throughout the meeting, Tiwari conjointly congratulated officers of the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA), Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (RMSA) and Uttarakhand State Council of instructional analysis and coaching (SCERT) for fabric second rank for performance across the country underneath the Social Security Administration.
Instructions were conjointly given to coordinate with NGOs and education officers of the thirteen districts to spot dropouts and enrol them in colleges. officers were asked to assemble information associated with madrasas and Indic colleges across the state and conduct surprise inspections to herald transparency in teaching.
Another call was conjointly taken to tell authorities of two,411 state-owned colleges that area unit however to transfer details of its student information, management system (MIS), to send the requisite information by Gregorian calendar month thirty.
Besides, a choice to integrate the first government colleges with Anganwadi centres was conjointly taken.
Also, data regarding distinctive initiatives like maintaining book-banks in government colleges can currently be uploaded on the web site of the govt. of India. directions were conjointly given to those lecturers United Nations agency haven’t done courses recognised by the National Council For Teacher Education to endure a bridge course.