Lucknow, june 9: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has said that a serious effort will be made to provide better facilities and curriculum to coming generations in primary, secondary and higher education. He called for use of all available technologies to improve the education system at all levels.
The Chief Minister said that serious and effective steps should be taken to link students with Aadhar and set a basic parameter in every class about the level of knowledge of students and try to make it to that basic level. He also expressed satisfaction that the present government has started working seriously in this direction.
He also called for use of technology in transfer policy for teachers, their attendance at schools, ways of teaching, student attendance and said that in the coming years, the state's education sector will witness wide ranging changes.
Yogi also stressed on the use of technology to end graft in the education system and said that where power was not available solar energy should be used for running computers. He stressed on the need of GIS mapping and said that a transparent system should be implemented to ensure the attendance of teachers.
CM issued instructions for starting an online system for students to receive the mark sheets and certificates for the Secondary Education Board, on the lines of the 'Parinam Manjusha' Scheme of the union government.
The Chief Minister was holding deliberations at his Shastri Bhawan office with Secretary of the School Education and Literacy Department of the Union HRD Minister, Anil Swaroop and other GoI officers about 'Road Map for transforming School Education, State of Uttar Pradesh'.