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JCPSA meets CM to discuss issues concerning pvt schools

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 Srinagar, 28 March: Chief Minister of J&K Mehbooba Mufti met Joint Committee of Private Schools Association (JCPSA), to discuss hostile policies and number of challenges faced by private schools.

The meeting was held under the Chairmanship of Mr. Showkat M. Chowdhary while  heads of different schools from north and south kashmir also took part in the deliberations.

Chairman JCPSA, Chowdhary M. Showkat raised issues faced by private schools for their smooth functioning.  The committee members discussed teething problems threadbare and expressed serious concern over policies framed by the state government.

 “Private schools are building blocks of our society and play a rightful role to contribute in social as well as economic betterment,” Chief Minister told chairman JCPSA.

She said that private education sector alone can bring a change in the society and make our future bright. “It is only the school going children whose proper education and development can define bright future of the state,” she further added.

The members were assured that all genuine issues discussed will be addressed at earliest possible. “CM has assured us all the support and promised to take every step that will grow education system,” said Chairman JCPSA.

JCPSA is monitoring situations closely. To fulfill its social responsibilities, the organization has felt that certain measures should be taken immediately to make private educational institutions run smoothly. This will streamline the whole education System.

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