Jamiyattul Falah and D.K. Education dept. held Teachers Meet to enhance SSLC result in minority community students.
Jamiyattul Falah (Unity for Success), a state government award winning charity organization in association with D.K. Zillah Panchayath Public Education Department conducted Teachers Meet with Dakshina Kannada district schools to improve and enhance the result in forthcoming SSLC board examination on Monday, 17/12/2018 from 9:30am. at Jamiyyatul Falah Headquarters Auditorium, near Rahmaniya Masjid, Kankanady.
The event started with the rhyme recital by Hamza Mittur. JF D.K. & Udupi district President Shahul Hameed K.K. inaugurated and welcomed the large gathering. He stressed the priority to improve the SSLC result especially in backward class by giving utmost importance to the studies and convince the students who are studying in SSLC to give priority to the final exams keeping assigned their other activities in order to perform well in the preparatory and final exams. A total of 203 teachers were present in the meeting from 104 schools.
Deputy Director of Public Instruction (DDPI) Mr. Sivaramayya, had illustrated the pass percentage of minority students with some statistics and informed all the teachers to get charged to bring good result in D.K. Teachers of various schools spoke in the event and expressed their hindrance in some areas to be improved.
Many teachers gave their opinion on how to improve the upcoming SSLC results. JFCC Treasurer Ibrahim Kodijal, General Secretary Saleem Handel, V.P. Abu Mohammed, Administrator Shameer Ahmed Kudroli and JFCC executive members were present to witness the beneficial program.
Following are the concern from some of the teachers for the Muslim minority students. Which includes (a) Postponement of madarassa exam timing so that the students get more time for their school exams studies, (b) Avoid the floodlight matches and tournaments which sometime end up at 1:00am during the time of examination or prior three months from examination date. (c) Avoid SSLC students’ involvement from religious activities which end up in late night. (d) Imam (masjid head) of each jamath (vicinity) shall take the initiative and encourage the students to concentrate on their studies for better results and last but not the least each school teachers must give special attention to the lacking minority students so that they can get good grades in the upcoming SSLC Exams.
Towards the end, suggestions were taken from the teachers to overcome the hindrance and improve the results.
Jamiyyatul Falah provided such a platform to improve and encourage backward minority students to get more interest in their studies. This initiative was well appreciated by district education department as well as they praised the contribution of Jf in the field of education and health sector.
Mohammed Haneef compered the program and Saleem Handel offered the vote of thanks.