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CM's Super- 50 Flop Show this year, courtesy Fmr Minister
No one turns up for registration, Govt extends deadline
11/24/2017 11:30:16 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Nov 24: Thanks to the non- serious efforts by the previous education minister, the much hyped and eulogized CM's Super- 50 Coaching classes are losing sheen in Kashmir with each passing day with government extending the last date of applications due to mounting poor response.
The CM's Super- 50 Coaching classes turned out to be flop show this year and this became evident with the latest government announcement about extension of the last date of the applications. As last date was November 21, insiders believe that nobody turned up for these coaching classes this year due to which the government was coerced by the circumstances to extend the last date of form submission.
The CM's Super- 50 Coaching classes which are likely to start in the first week of December 2017 are getting meagre response from the government due to the chaos that the education department creates last year during these classes.
The parents last year had cried foul over the system in which such classes were held for the kids and had asked the government to go for the quality check. "There was no quality of education at all maintained and the then education minister too used the coaching classes as a mere slogan and wasn't serious in ensuring the quality of education there in these much hyped classes," says a parent based in Srinagar.
He said that the poor response this year to CM's Super- 50 Coaching classes is due to the fact that the people do remember the pathetic way in which the education department held these classes last year.
Parents last year had accused that amid the bone chilling cold in Kashmir with temperatures dipping below the freezing point, there were no heating arrangements put in place for the children attending these centres. Further there were other related facilities which were missing in these hubs, otherwise established to impart quality education among state's younger generation.
Students last year were up in arms accusing that there were several subjects which weren't taught seriously in these centres as teachers there lacked the expertise of such subjects. They had accused last year that sometimes history wasn't taught or sometimes these centres would skip the subjects related to Urdu at ease.
There were also mounting complaints about such classes being focussed in the main city areas while no attention was being paid in the classes held in far flung hamlets of the state. They had accused the education department of being in slumber and paying no visits to these centres.
Meanwhile, trying to cover up the poor response to the CM's Super- 50 Coaching classes this year, the government claims that on the demand of aspiring candidates especially the fresher's who are presently busy in exams, the submission of registration forms through online mode for the CM'S Super-50 coaching stands extended up to 28th of this month. "Students are informed to collect their admit cards and information regarding the examination centres from 30th November onwards. The information regarding the revised entrance test date will be announced later on," reads the government circular issued in the recent past.
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