In a move aimed at bringing more transparency in its schools and keeping a tab on teachers' working, MCD would introduce e-Governance from July this year.
Chairman of the MCD Education Committee Mahinder Nagpal said, “The move will help in making teachers of MCD schools more responsible.” He said with introduction of the new system, all MCD schools will be linked to headquarters of education department and its zonal offices through Internet.
This will help officials of education department to directly monitor the activities in MCD schools, he said.
“With the help of the new system, administration can keep check on students' admission in schools, results, supply and quality of mid-day meals, attendance of students, salary bill of teachers, attendance of teachers, to recognise private schools, time table, curriculum etc in just a click,” Dr Nagpal said.
Initially, the system would be launched in 190 MCD schools in Shahdara (North) zone and subsequently in other zones. “e-Governance will not only lead to transparency in the functioning of teachers in MCD schools, but also make them more responsible towards imparting quality education,” he added.
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