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Panaji: With almost 22 out of 77 government high schools achieving 100 percent result in the recently held SSC examination, the State Education department is confident that the scenario ill help to bring a change in people’s attitude towards the Government schools.

“These 22 schools, most of them belong to the rural population have proven that with sheer hard work, resilience, and dedication, nothing is impossible. While these 22 schools have raised the standards of Government school, which may play a key role in changing people’s attitude towards them, more than 40 schools fall between 80% – 90% of the result chart,” the department has said in a press statement issued today.

The department has said that the State government since past many years, have worked tremendously to take education at the doorstep of its public. “Considering Education as the foundation for human development, it has worked toward the objective of universalization of education and has almost achieved its target at the elementary school stage,” it stated.

Upgradation and qualitative improvement of education, the orientation of teachers to keep them abreast with modern techniques of teaching, skill-based training to students and strengthening the administrative machinery for effective implementation of policies have been the key emphasis of the department

“The shake-up of the system has resulted in better Government school education within a short span. The current scenario definitely will help to bring a change in people’s attitude towards the Government schools,” the department said.

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