Rüzaphema, the name of a village situated at a distance of 20 kms from Dimapur town has drawn the attention of all when a new government school came up. Commissioner and secretary for school education FP Solo opened the new middle school in the village bringing a ray of hope for many childens.
Solo complimented the SMC chairman and the village council for support and co-operation in the education sector by way of sponsoring teachers and monitoring the functioning of GMS.
“If such kind of initiatives is taken in the GPS/GMS, we will see a lot of improvement in the field of education in Nagaland”, he maintained and said that GMS, Rüzaphema should be an example to be emulated.
He appealed to the village elders to work collectively so that primary level education is not neglected. Solo further advised them to check proper functioning of the school and ensure that teachers are regular and that no ghost teacher exists.
SMC member Rokobikho Savino in his address said that huge responsibilities and power has been vested to the community through the process of communitisation and towards this, the village authority are implementing various strategies to improve the school so that quality education is delivered to the students.
SSA Mission Director Gregory Thejawelie submitted a representation highlighting on the need for teachers who could provide quality education, basic amenities like boys toilet, drinking water and assembly hall.