05-19-2015, 08:29 PM
Chennai Corporation to open another 20 English secondary schools
CHENNAI: City Corporation decided to start another 20 English secondary schools to bring children from all walks of life in the classroom. Civic body initiative by taking a sheet of (PMC) books of the Pune municipal corporation.
PMK submitted a half-English learning environment in every school after several students began to fall from the Marathi medium schools. According to the scheme, selected courses are taught in English. MPC also provided e-learning in some of her school, where most of the subjects will be taught using computers with minimal use of books.
Several Government teacher from Chennai, visited schools in Pune are a happy lot. "We visited several schools and PMC studied in these schools. We also work with primary students in English. Volunteers Teach for India also play a key role in raising the level of scientific, "said Maheshwari, Kottur of headmistress Kalpana Chennai school. The decision to start new English medium schools came after a visit. At present, of 284 city schools only 99 schools have English as a medium of learning.
Officials have said that they plan to implement a "model" Pun in its schools. "Most parents prefer to send their children to English medium school. Plunge into in Tamil medium schools proves it. We are also considering starting a half-English medium school. We also have teachers have a good command over the language, "the official said.
A corporation official said: "many of the parents of the poor want to send their children to private English medium school, but charges in those schools are beyond their reach Means that we provide in our schools are on the same level with those offered in private. the school. The problem is that awareness of our schools is still low ".
A teacher who had visited Pune said that the marked change in institutions, in schools, adopted by corporations. PMC is also conducting a campaign to bring more children into school. The civic body of Pune donated 10 rupees to advertise on their schools.