Adv Khan inaugurates JKBOSE sub-office building at Leh
Leh, Sep 28:
Advisor to Governor, Farooq Khan, today inaugurated the first Sub Level Office
of J&K State Board of School Education (JKBOSE) here.
CEC, LAHDC Gyal P
Wangyal, EC Education Konchok Stanzin, MP Ladakh Jamyang Tsering Namgial,
Councilors, Divisional Commissioner Ladakh Saugat Biswas, Chairperson JK BOSE
Veena Pandita, DC Leh Sachin Kumar, SSP, Leh Sargun Shukla, Joint Secretary JK
BOSE Abdul Wahid Maqdumi and Sayeed Abdul Rauf, Joint Director Education Ladakh
Tashi Dolma, Assistant Secretary JK BOSS Leh Tashi, district officers, School
Principals, ZEO, teachers and students were present on the occasion.
On the occasion,
the Advisor congratulated the residents of Leh district, Education Department
and JK BOSE in particular for having the new office building. He said that
educator sector is the main priority of the Governor’s administration and
praised Hill Council for its efforts towards education.
appreciated the efforts of Chairperson JK BOSE and her team for constructing
the building with their own office fund without seeking any financial
assistance. He also praised RDD, Leh for constructing the building fulfilling
all its practical requirements. He said that in future the building will become
the nerve centre for everything related to education in Leh.
He said that
there is large scope for improvement in education sector in Ladakh that will
enable local children to proudly stand equally with the best of the schools in
CEC Gyal Wangyal,
speaking on the occasion, stressed on the proper utilization of the building
with filling up of vacant posts at sub office level in Leh. He also requested
the Advisor to extend the examination month for board exams from October to
March and to regularize the posts of Principals, fill up the vacant posts of
Principals and lecturers, upgrade the Chuchot Government High School to Higher
Secondary School which has a maximum enrolment of specially abled children.
Chairman JK BOSE said that the new building of JK BOSE has opened door with new
hopes for the students of Ladakh in mitigating the problems and challenges they
face due to harsh geographical and climatic conditions of the region. She spoke
in detail about the structural and functional aspect of JK BOSE in J&K and
other activities they conduct under MHRD and district level roles and
highlighted the facilities and benefit provided to the students in far flung
and remote regions in school education.
Later, a cultural
programme was also presented by students of Boys Higher Secondary School,