Yogish: thanks friends..this aided kannada school was established in1928..I studied here 1to 7..once at its peak there were 400 students.. This year mere 108..bcoz of English craze. Besides no teachers from govt except HM. All expenses are born by donations. It is fact that sooner or later these kannada schools remain in history only 😭
Above message is from my friend Raviraj Bhar who studied in this school from 1 to 7. Sad to know that number of students reduced fro 400 to 108 with only one teacher.
I am not very optimistic to develop govt schools unless we start English medium classes with quality education for students to get high score to succeed in their life. We have to work very aggressively for next 5 to 10 years to save govt schools.
Sad to know that we still did not understand why parents are going away from govt schools.
Kollegala Sharma: I just want to give one example.
At HD Kote SVYM started intervention in science and maths teaching by training teachers and providing assistance through mobile labs. After four years there was very little improvement in pass percentage. We checked figures only to find that there were more failures in Kannada than Science and Maths.
Forget medium. We need to teach.. teach.. so that children understand. That part is missing. I didnt talk about all these days because the focus was on infrastructure. Three days ago I posted a suggestion that there are at least three perspectives to this problem.
All need equal attention. What we discussed last night is academic. My wife has more experience in English medium private schools (CBSE). Situation is not different there with respect to science and maths. We need more teachers who are interested in teaching and support them.
English /Kannada /Hindi, our science text books dont read like English /Kannada /Hindi. We need a communicative medium. I hoped ICT might help. But it is making teachers to forget language skills. That is the reason we are now on to ‘Reading Skills’ training. Medium can be Kannada, but English has to be taught as another language aling with Kannada.
Girish : Let’s go step by step
Excellent point…..let’s teach wherever not happening…..Majority teachers are excellent…. Let us explore
Yogish: 1. Why don’t we include Academic as one of our top agenda for Sept 3rd meeting ?.
- Can we study (for next 3 months) the teaching techniques, methodologies of top performing private or govt schools as one of our action items and copy the same techniques to rest of the schools ?
- Do we think that all of our teachers need additional skills or passion or learn technology or learn English too to bring up our students to compete in global level ?. If yes, why it is not happening ?
Jyothi: 1. 1st grade to 4th grade make it necessary that the kids have a good foundation of basics. Importance moral education and physical development.
- 5th grade to 7th introduction to practical science, social values, civic amenities, advanced maths.
- Introduce skill based learnings along with others main subjects.
Girish Mudigere: Good discussions
Lets find more volunteers…. Can we list active volunteers now ……
Hemanth Sharma: I believe minimum qualification to teach is b.ed. how many of us are qualified?
we are saying current teachers are not qualified
Guru Poornima: Along with he educational qualification the best Teacher has to have the enthusiasm to learn new things and adapt
Shakunthala Nayak: Most teachers don’t want to learn new things
Yogish: Poornima madam has teaching experience. However Poornima must be busy with other activities of this group. I want others to come forward if you have 3 or 4 years of college degree.
Hemanth Sharma: Yogish sir, before enthusiasm we need to prove qualified degree to BEO why he will let us teach?
Yogish: I fully agree with Poorinima and Shakunthala madam that most of the govt school teachers don’t want to learn new things or new technology. That’s why computer labs are not used at all in many schools. Private school teachers are forced to learn new things by school management.
Guru Poornima: Enthusiasm is the best ever degree in any profession I personally feel…along with the academical degree.Very true
Hemanth Sharma: Especially give priority over current staff
Shakunthala Nayak: BRCsTrain teachers new techniques.Innovative methods to deal with children
But teachers say they have lots to document and they find less time to actually put in practice
Yogish: I think BEO will agree. I have seen TI engineers teaching science and math in govt schools on every Saturday. Some of the govt schools hired private teachers for Rs 7000 per month without BEO approval I guess.
Guru Poornima: With our limited knowledge we can be Inovative and do wonders, I have proved myself during my teaching,proud to say in fact.
Hemanth Sharma: Now this is the issue we need to address first so that teachers are free to teach
C S. JAGANNATHA ROWTH: Each suggestion is really good
Guru Poornima: Hemanth sir nobody can see our inherited talent,only we have to put it out for the sake of education
Hemanth Sharma: No not without beo approval. I am not sure abt it
Guru Poornima: Even in case Teachers many hidden talented teachers are there who are not being identified and recognized
Yogish: Believe me salary of private school teachers are very less and they have no secured job similar to govt school teachers. I think job security is one of the reason to be lazy and non performer.
Guru Poornima: Yes I totally agree
Dr Sandeep Nayak: Incentive + accountability will motivate training.
Guru Poornima: Yes, in return what are we giving to the society in return?
Hemanth Sharma: No I have different view here. Govt teacher do odd job they are not suppose to do and also have to take many classes together effecting efficiency
Guru Poornima: We expect a lot but never accept.Hemanth, this is not situation in all Govt school
Yogish: Agree, no incentive for good teachers and no punishment to bad teachers. All are treated equally in govt schools. Why do you think that someone will put extra effort to learn new things and teach if there is no incentive and no accountability.
C S. JAGANNATHA ROWTH: But unlike China, Japan France and a few highly developed countries, where mother tongue is medium at all levels including doctorate level , in our case we have many languages all over the country and those who opt for mother tongue can study only upto 10th & later English automatically becomes learning medium. But really for us protecting Kannada is as important as achievements in qualifications
Guru Poornima: Few schools are exceptional wh I have surveyed and identified
Yogish: I will double check with teacher who already appointed 4 teachers in his school. I agree. But they have only one langue for their country, not like us.
Hemanth Sharma: May be my experience is like that also in my life I blame people last first all other issues ( procedural and technical)must be removed. I believe people want to work but not able work reason need to be found out
Shakunthala Nayak: Government teachers are assigned with other work like election duty, census duty.
They are called for some meetings by educational departments during school hours.They have to prepare kids for pratibha karanji
They have to take kids to the competitions and clerical work if asked by BEO office ……. all within 180 to 200 school days
Guru Poornima: These aspects are common fir private school Teachers too
Hemanth Sharma: No three teacher don’t teach 7 classes all 5 subjects
Shakunthala Nayak: In private schools number of teachers are more compared to, They have a clerk
Guru Poornima: That I agree
Yogish: Shirma sir may be correct. Poornima madam too is correct because she worked for private school. I have no knowledge about it. I think we have to bring both govt and private school teachers to debate.
Guru Poornima: But nature of is not different
Hemanth Sharma: What I am saying is first try to understand teacher situation… Solution we can provide later
Yogish: I think expectation of govt school teachers are high because their salary too is high ( I guess I am not wrong). Sorry if I am wrong.* high compared to private school teachers.
Kollegala Sharma: I used to tell mh wife to teach me and I would pay thrice the salary she used ti get. Private school teachers too have to do many odd jobs. There too there are only some good teachers. If BEd degree could give best teachers, our schools would not have been like this. If B Ed degree is the criteria to talk on education, better we stop the discussion here.
When I took time off from writing and got into teaching, many thought I was from education department. Teachers wanted me to be a resource person to help teach maths (I am a biology post graduate). That was not because of my degree but because I advocate use of communication techniques in the classroom to engage. These techniques satisfy the four of the five Es that pedagogy requires.
Hemanth Sharma: Sir, first we should understand where is the problem before giving judgement, that’s my point.And my point was not that you cannot teach but this that why anyone will give you priority over existing teachers. We already agree private teachers are not better that means there is some procedure laps
Yogish: I agree that govt is asking teachers to go on election duty. Holiday will be declared on election duty both to govt and private schools right?. I guess both govt and private teachers are asked to help for election duty ?.
Guru Poornima: Which is very very true Sharma Sir, I have experienced all those
Hemanth Sharma: As of now I do not want buy that they don’t want to teach
Kollegala Sharma: I have been involved in that. Making classroom experience interesting is the foremost solution. This needs involvement of teachers and not infra.
Yogish: As Dr Sandeep said there is no incentive and no accountability too.
Guru Poornima: This is much required
Yogish: I fully agree with you. We expect this from every teacher.
Kollegala Sharma: Most need to better their teaching.
We are worried that classrooms are shrinking. But that should have raised personal attention given to children. Has this happened? Ds brings an opportunity to get details of problems and seek localised solutions. That is what attracts me to ds.
Hemanth Sharma: Yogish sir, I went to few school in last one month, I do not agree there is no accountability. Maybe not the right one. Regular status taking is happening from officials. What kind more accountability needed we need to see. That is what our task should be. Instead of direct volunteering.
Adarsh: Teachers in this group, we need your suggestions for improving education system.. With existing facilities.. How we, public can help out..You have experience and exposure in this
Hemanth Sharma: No teachers are also deceased accordingly
Yogish: Now Shirma sir said that private school teachers too are not good. They too have to concentrate on non education activities similar to govt school teachers. Qualification too is not good. But still parents are attracted to private schools … Why ?. I think we need to study this aspect thoroughly before coming to conclusion.
Guru Poornima: Valid point👆
Yogish: I think accountability is there but only for recording keeping, mainly to enter students attendance, mid day meal record etc. No BEO will check and give training to teach teaching techniques. There is no incentives too for adopting good teaching techniques.
Guru Poornima: Absolutely Truth and reality in most of the govt shoils.But few exceptional schools are there. Ex: Haraadi school
Shakunthala Nayak: I agree with this ….Implementation is not monitored well.Monitored only on records
Adarsh : Yogish, Infrastructure is one thing, also parents with money would automatically prefer their kids to study with similar background ppl
Yogish: Yes I agree few exceptional teachers like my Kannada and Math teachers are still there for sure with exceptional teaching skills.
Hemanth Sharma: This is what we need to check .what is missing in the procedure
Yogish: Some schools add some dummy students in their attendance.
Hemanth Sharma: Just volunteering is not a solution
Yogish: Officials will ask only the records and registry. They don’t check the ground reality.
Krishnamurthy: Focusing on quality teaching can drastically improve the situation, empower existing teachers by training them by experts
Hemanth Sharma: I don’t want teachers to resist us they are imp stake holders
Kollegala Sharma: We have started equating teaching with infra which is the main problem. If we do a reality check, probably we will find equal percentage of low performers in both Gov and Pri schools. Elite schools filter. So comparison with them may not be ok. Compare ordinary Pri with Gov and then you will appreciate that infra does not matter.
Hemanth Sharma: Agree
Girish Mudigere: Lets try to improve Haaradi school and also copy success of it to other schools…..we need dedicated persons in more numbers
Yogish: Yes I fully agree with you, infra does not matter. That was my first point. Teaching….teaching and teaching matters. Kids should be attracted to your teaching.
Kollegala Sharma: Yes. They are. We need to instill the self respect which is lost in the maze of governance. Many need guidance and resources to update themselves. These are lacking. Some NGOs are trying to provide assistance, but a long hand holding is necessary. Occasional CSR is not enough.
Krishnamurthy: Providing suitable teaching aids for teaching can also creates interest both for students & teachers in tune to digital environment,I mean audio visual teaching aids
- Fluency in global language is must
- Your teaching techniques to attract students
- Last but not least is exam results with high percentage to go to next level.
Guru Poornima: KM every teaching and learning materials are provided.Once you must see the ‘ಕಲಿ ನಲಿ’ its fantastic, Only thing we have to adapt and apply appropriately
Krishnamurthy: Incentivize both teachers & students for performing well.Yogish I go with you for these priority actions listing
Yogish: I am not convinced with ‘nali kali’. This may be a solution where we don’t have enough teachers.
Kollegala Sharma: But the innovation has stopped there.
I see Dr Sandeep going silent. Discussing medium in 3rd programme may not lead us anywhere. I suggest that let us first focus on getting people with us and then chalk out programmes to address each of the three basic needs.
Guru Poornima: No Yogish Sir ,concept is very good
Yogish: May be I did not study that concept closely.
Kollegala Sharma: Implementation suffers.
Shakunthala Nayak: Nali kali is fantastic
Nali kali kit contains well researched teaching materials tried in schools
They contain some 100 books for emergent readers … Well written in sequence of learning
Guru Poornima: For primary level of it is a very good concept.We must make best use of it.Which lays the strong foundation for children psychologically.I personally found
Krishnamurthy: How can volunteers help in taking this further if teachers are disinterested in implementing??
8 Kollegala Sharma: But in many schools students lag in language learning. That part has to be strengthened. This lag reflects in poor performance in higher examinations (note. Not higher learning. Examinations).
Krishnamurthy: Our focus can be on higher classes which say high school level to make them as immediate good , qualified citizens
Yogish: Agreed. But automatic promotion to next class sounds bad. We have to check the knowledge or skills of students at each level and put extra effort if kids did not qualify to go to next level. Here summer classes are used mainly to put extra efforts if students are lagging in studies.
Shakunthala Nayak: There are manuals also.I think in Nali kali kit.Yes I only could see 1st & 2nd grade kit
The idea of kalika chappara is on multi sensory and multi modal teaching
Guru Poornima: When the foundation us not stronger technically his can you expect the strongly built citizens?
Yogish: The discussion started from school picture that I shared. I did not see any infra issue in that picture. Locals are helping to improve the infra in that school. I was very sad to know that students strength reduced from 400 to 108. My friend’s comment was it is mainly due to English craze. Nothing else.
Guru Poornima: Effective implementation is much required. Effective implementation is much required
Yogish: Who is going to monitor whether the student is really qualified to go to next level ?. No one does except teacher know the reality but he/she is helpless.Can we take few points from this discussion for the sept 3 meeting. Everyone gave valuable points in this discussion. Thank you 🙏
Girish Mudigere: Lets improve government schools like Haaradi
Guru Poornima: 👍 defunitely we can add the above points, definitely
Girish Mudigere: Can we list success items …..of Haaradi school…..Lets improve government schools like Haaradi
Sulochana: Gm sir very nice but in schools some thr not interested and very parhsality in cultural activities plz note to ur groups in jbn schools
Guru Poornima: Positively Sir😊
Girish Mudigere: Can we list success items …..of Haaradi school….
Sulochana: S sir
Girish Mudigere: Lets utilize every minute positively…… First improve existing environment in next few months. Ten volunteers are seen now…..lets increase.Ten is great honestly…..but we have huge huge potential
Yogish: List success items along with method they used to achieve is most important. One of the main thing I observed is local leaders support and SDMC support. Lokesh sir took me everywhere in Puttur ( not only Haradi school). Also SDMC members were there in the discussion when I visited that school. As we said earlier local philanthropist help us very much sustainable and will bring good results. I did not see this type of support in rest of the schools I visited.
Guru Poornima: 👍 😊
Girish Mudigere: Excellent point.Lets take this as base
Yogish: Success story of Vimanapura school is also mainly due to local leaders or local philanthropist support. Sometimes local leaders support is politically motivated.
Girish Mudigere: True….Annasandrapalya and Murugeshpalya….excellent.Murugeshpalya school is vimanapura alva
Yogish: Yes, Annasandrapalya school (Vimanapura school)
Girish Mudigere: True….Annasandrapalya(Vimanapura) and Murugeshpalya….excellent
Yogish: I mean Pooja obalappa’s school
Girish Mudigere: True…..Sulochana madam going hand in hand.True….Annasandrapalya(Vimanapura) ….I mean Pooja obalappa’s school..and Murugeshpalya……….Sulochana madam school going hand in hand…excellent. Huge scope for improvement too….lets try to improve further.Both schools are models in JBN area Bengaluru east.
Girish Mudigere: Both can be model high-schools shortly.I am seriously working on it.40 schools in Bengaluru outer east
Kollegala Sharma: Please see if all 3 aspects csn be addressed. Once we see positive results, others will follow on their own.
Girish Mudigere: 👍😊🙏Lets go step by step sir.Jeevanbhimanagar group is 16 persons now
I created a separate interested persons team in jbn
Kollegala Sharma: Caution. You need to wait at least 3 years to see any change and the support has to be continuous.
Girish Mudigere: V true sir,Lets start first possible things.Then lets go to attack impossible things
Kollegala Sharma: 👌
Girish Mudigere: Lets go step by step slowly firmly…..speed picks exponentially
Guru Poornima: Realistic indeed
Girish Mudigere: If we attack language issue now…..we get dead end.Whole 250 above messages are suitable after one year……lets refocus on possible things now
Kollegala Sharma: Yes. That is true. Language issue can be taken up later or very subtly along with teacher empowerment.
Girish Mudigere: Lets closely study success schools in our contacts.Haaradi,Annasandrapalya and
Murugeshpalya. There are many excellent government schools but we do not have contacts
Girish Mudigere: Lets take advantage of Sulochana madam team here.First time we have 3 teachers from same school.She is doing extremely proactive work.
+91 ………….: Hello Everyone, Read through all the messages. I am still not clear with the agenda.
Could someone brief me about the below topics
– How much can we contribute(Budget) as a group
– How many model schools are we targeting?
Please can you give clear and specific details on the above two.
Girish Mudigere: Sulochana, meena and Shalini madams.125000 schools sir…..now we have around 150 schools.Zero budget
Target for this year till july 2017 is above
Harsha sir….kindly try to go through daily points in our website
Yogish: Okay. Let’s talk after a year then.
Girish Mudigere: http://developschools.org/resource-center/group-discussions
: Harsha sir….try above please, Please study above for 30 minutes
+91 …………: Okk.. I will go through. Budget, Infrastructure Support, Volunteers is the key. If there is enough funding, there are many volunteers like us in every department to achieve the model schools.
I have been visiting many govt schools and volunteering as a small group to support few schools.
– same rooms are used for multiple classes
– same teachers teaches multiples subjects for all classes together
-No infrastructure, No playground, library,
Girish Mudigere: Lets closely study and appreciate success schools in our contacts,Haaradi
Annasandrapalya and Murugeshpalya
Girish Mudigere: Sir we dont need money…..kindly see our steps.Kindly lets not discuss this now….. All in team please.Our kids need respect and moral support first .Let’s respect whole school
Our kids and majority of teachers need respect and moral support first ansutte
Yogish: Let is not forget one big thing:India’s total export of IT, ITeS and BPO services grew 14.8% to $82 billion (Rs 5.01 lakh crore) in 2014-15, according to RBI data.
We did not work hard like Japanese or Chinese to bring this export income. We were not developed countries like Germany or Usa to bring such a huge export revenue to India.
Mainly due to English knowledge, which mainly due to private or English medium schools.
“India now claims to be the world’s second-largest English-speaking country. The most reliable estimate is around 10% of its population or 125 million people, second only to the US and expected to quadruple in the next decade”
Krishnamurthy: 😟😇 Such a huge potential!
Guru Poornima: 😊👍 👏 👏
Yogish: Yes. it is happened mainly due to our English knowledge and strong foundation provided by English medium schools. Our software export is estimated to grow by 12 to 14% every year.
Chaya Chandra Acharya: 👍🏽👍🏽👍🏽great going india
Prasanna: Gm all. Sorry for long gap.
Department is planning a month English training this year . for this purpose training will be given at RIE Bangalore from next month. 1 DIET faculty,2 high school teachers, 3 primary school teachers will be resource persons to be trained at RIE.
Girish Mudigere: Good progress sir
Prasanna: But problem is that teachers are not ready to get training in vacation. Once again academic activities will be disturbed
Girish : Good reason tooThey are not convinced that training helps them…….communication and leadership issues.Let’s try to fill This gap……help BEOs and teachers
Hemanth Sharma: Also, China is now making its population English ready. So some country do follow us
Girish Mudigere: Language discussion… Kindly avoid please
Linnet D Silva: I agree with you yogish. But schools in Rural need to cater to rural population to sustain agriculture that’s our livelihood. If everyone goes abroad we will have to think different kind of development after.
Hemanth Sharma: I believe language is important point to be discussed as this is going to shape our support to the school we cannot simple avoid it. However, if the discussion become too much we can postpone a little. Also we need an agenda , I still not able to understand how zero money is possible in long run somebody has to foot the bills even of the organization even if it is near zero it cannot be zero
Sowmya: Its an excellent training which is essential for every teacher,I attended that 1 month training in Rie in the month of May😊
Yogish: Hemanth Dir, Moving forward we can’t grow only with our global language skills because others too will be ready as you said. We need to work hard like Japanese and Chinese. We need to be technologically advanced like US and Germany with effort to make in India
Girish Mudigere: People are leaving group…..kindly stop language for few days atleast
Yogish: I agree. We can postpone the language discussion. But one day we have to bite the bullet.
Girish Mudigere: We have huge work in other areas to execute immediately
Hemanth Sharma: Questions was not about that question was holding student in govt school. I am not dreaming that big
Prasanna: It might be possible to give training in vacation if we convince the teachers organization. Many teachers are positive and ready support the department’s activities along with pupils’ learning activities
Girish Mudigere: Lers work like Haaradi school first for few months please
Core Hemanth Sharma: Please put bullet points that need to be done we will start immediately
Girish Mudigere: People are leaving group…..kindly stop language for few days atleast…thank you all
Girish Mudigere: 👍😊🙏 Please add list……
- Some kids dont have cloths and breakfast
Guru Poornima: Soumya is the best example ,for making best use of Govt facilities, y not others??let us have zeal to learn before teaching. Let us move forward positively👍
Hemanth Sharma: OK noted. Now please let me know how to do it with no money no material concept
Yogish: India will lead the software developer population by 2018 according to a new study by Evans Data Corp. in its latest Global Developer Population and Demographic Study.
India now has a software developer population of 2.75 million out of 125 million English knowledge base. My point is that every English speaker will not become software developers or leave rural places. Only 2% out of 125 million became software engineers or working software related business to become part of our growth story.
But by 2018, it is projected to show an increase of almost 90 percent resulting in nearly 5.2 million developers. There is nothing wrong if every parent expect/dream their child to be in this pool ( of 5.2 million). Quality education is needed for their dream to come true.
Guru Poornima: 👍😊which is quite obvious and inevitable too, realistically speaking
Yogish: Today, the U.S. leads the world in software developers, with about 3.6 million. India has about 2.75 million. But by 2018, India will have 5.2 million developers, a nearly 90% increase, versus 4.5 million in the U.S., a 25% increase though that period, Evans Data projects in year 2013.
Guru Poornima: But if we calculate in terms if population… We are more ahead
C S. JAGANNATHA ROWTH: Wonderful information, very significant in our endeavour at present
Yogish: Another big plus for India as long as we give quality education with right skills to do job:
India has more than 50% of its population below the age of 25 and more than 65% below the age of 35. It is expected that, in 2020, the average age of an Indian will be 29 years, compared to 37 for China and 48 for Japan; and, by 2030, India’s dependency ratio should be just over 0.4.
Now Chinese Government to allow all couples to have two children as ‘response to an ageing population’ and amid concerns over economy.So we have big responsibility to give quality education to our youth and make sure that they get in to right job. I am sure our group will play major role moving forward 👍👍👍
Hemanth Sharma: 👍🙏
Jyothi: 👍🏼 along with skills to take up jobs
Prasanna: ಶಿವಮೊಗ್ಗ ಜಿಲ್ಲೆ ಹೊಸನಗರ ತಾಲೂಕು ಮಾರುತಿಪುರದ ಸರ್ಕಾರಿ ಹಿರಿಯ ಪ್ರಾಥಮಿಕ ಪಾಠಶಾಲೆಯಲ್ಲಿ ಶಿಕ್ಷಕಿ ಶಮಂತಕಮಣಿಯವರ ವರ್ಗಾವಣೆಯಿಂದ ಸುಮಾರು 20ಕ್ಕೊ ಹೆಚ್ಚು ಮಕ್ಕಳು ಆಘಾತಗೊಂಡು ಸ್ಥಳೀಯ ಸರ್ಕಾರಿ ಆಸ್ಪತ್ರೆಗೆ ದಾಖಲು…
ಮಾರುತಿಪುರದಲ್ಲಿ ಕೆಲಕಾಲ ಭಯದ ವಾತಾವರಣ.
Prasanna: Now all students except one girl are fine. Media persons , police and block edn department officials are present at the hospital.
Guru Poornima: Oh so sad
Girish Mudigere: Good input….why she is popular…… Did she do magic. Did she give money to kids…….no.She is government school teacher.Lets study closely
Guru Poornima: That is the quality of good Teacher😊
Girish Mudigere: Others are not bad
Guru Poornima: Children never give up good Teachers
Girish Mudigere: Something we should learn here
Guru Poornima: Let us not compare
Prasanna: She has been working there for more than 18 years. Was teaching well.
Guru Poornima: 👍Instinctly me too feeling bad to leave her,Sensible
Prasanna: The attachment with the students is much.
Girish Mudigere: Something we should learn here….lets get more details.Did she undergo trainings
Prakash: To the worst all good working teachers are lifted in this shifting process…again a bad impact on govt schools. …
Guru Poornima: She must have replaced their MothersTeachers must have emotional bonding with students to certaiin extent
Prasanna: Always according to the department s plan she was attending training. Especially best nalikali Teacher who don’t bother about administrative activities and always busy with the students in teaching.
Guru Poornima: Hats off to Shamantaka mani. They must retain her in the same school at least for the sake of children
Kotresh Mydur: Politics entered everywhere… Very sad😞
Guru Poornima: Again this could be one of the reasons for govt school set back
Girish Mudigere: Person dependence should be refocused to process focused. Everyone should be prepared to grow beyond Shamantaka mani
Guru Poornima: 👍 👏 👏
C S. JAGANNATHA ROWTH: Not only in schools in all government establishments, worthy and dedicated persons are forcibly transferred and succeeded by corrupt inefficient ones
Chaya Chandra Acharya: Very true sir
+91 ……….: Lets not complain on the existing system and stay behind, we need to list the goals and actions for every volunteers and keep aiming higher. I wish someone sets the agenda faster. We are debating all day.
Girish: Jagannath sir….Sure….let’s transform more such teachers to begin. Need help ….please prepare agenda points……Harsha sir can you compile please
+91 7………: Girish – I can do that. I am still not clear with the goals of this group.
If we are looking for all round development across Karnataka
The below will be the actions points
– Every Volunteer has to find a govt school nearby and list down the problem areas and submit
– list down contact points
– Someone can capture all the problem areas of every school and observe what can we achieve
– Plan the actions
Girish : 🙏🙂 Good start sir.Partially appropriate…lets enhance.September 3rd Event.
Primary Health and Primary Education are the main issues planned to be taken up in a big way. This is more of creating public awareness through a new concept and new working Model applicable mainly to Education sector which can be applied to Health sector and Beyond.
We are planning to explain our NMMO concept and working process as well working model which can be copied or duplicated anywhere in any geography.
We are conducting this event 100% free of cost for the participants.
This is a whole day program from 9AM to 5PM.
Around 250 persons are expected to attend and we are trying to issue id cards for those who are willing to attend and who would had registered with us by various but through simple procedure.
Power Point Presentations on Health, Education, Swaraj abhiyan and related topics will be covered during the event.
Presentations are followed by though group discussions and questions and answers.
We are keeping away politics, Religion and Gender related points in the NMMO concept as well throughout the day of the event.
Highly Organized, Streamlined, Channelized, Planned and Methodical process is planned to be adhered during the above which is monitored, mentored and guided by members who are spreaded all across the world(Indian origins mainly).
Ordinary persons (Not well known top leaders) are communicated to attend this event.
The whole organization as well event is pro government and pro public without any initiations for protests or leading to any strikes, agitations, violence or slogan chantings…….
Girish Mudigere: Our goal is refining education with morality and ethics beyond India…..so lets not put boundaries of country please
Hemanth Sharma: 👍🙏
Dr Sandeep Nayak: I have some suggestions regarding agenda. I will explain you all shortly. During my few minutes space in between.
Girish : Let’s tune and fine tune Sure
Krishnamurthy: Meena Avare
Many Thanks for your quick response in filling the data base format …your name has been added to our master database
Pleased to inform you this group is dedicated to improve Government Schools
Kindly visit www.mangalorelink.com/school
Girish Mudigere: Kannada Sangha team …I met now…. Three members…..they assured full support to our government school project.JBN team will grow….as we dont take money
Girish Mudigere: We will get real interested people
Guru Poornima: 😊👍
Hemanth Sharma: 👍🙏
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