Improving Hr. Education


Kashmir Magazine

Editor

Government has rolled out a four-point feedback and accountability mechanism in the higher education department this year. The step is aimed to ensure accountability and transparency in our education system besides receiving feedback from all stakeholders of the department. This initiative has been taken up under National Education Policy – 2020 which was introduced from this year across the country.

With the rolling out of four-point feedback and accountability measures, authorities will come to know about deficiencies, lacunas and mistakes so that they will be rectified with joint efforts. Biometric attendance of teachers, feedback of students about teachers, feedback of teachers about facilities available in colleges and feedback of principals about performance and behavior of teachers are four essential points which will help the higher education department not only to identify the cavity but also provide a solid solution to the problem so that the dream of qualitative education will come true. This reformative measure will go a long way in the education sector and will be rightly scripted in golden words in the history of Jammu and Kashmir.

Besides, the government has formed a Higher Education Council headed by Lieutenant Governor J&K, Manoj Sinha who has already shown great concern over the reformation of higher education. The committee comprises VCs from top universities of the country who are going to provide a roadmap for the coming 10-20 years. The committee will recommend ways to upgrade the ecosystem of the higher education department in J&K.

With the help of these measures, the entire structure of higher education will get revamped. It will instill a sense of hope and responsibility among the stakeholders, besides the bond between student and teacher will get strong.