‘There are no teachers to train the students in the IIT foundation schools’
‘Students who score ranks in SSC unable to fare well in competitive exams’
KARIMNAGAR: Gowtham Educational Institutes chairman K. Koteshwara Rao stressed on the need for providing training to teachers to equip themselves to the changing competitive examination scenario in the IIT foundation schools.
“There are no teachers to train the students in the IIT foundation schools. The IIT foundation school’s basic fundamentals should be taught from the third standard onwards”, he opined.
Talking to newsmen here on Sunday, he said that the students, who score ranks in the SSC examinations, were unable to secure marks in the other competitive examinations such as IIT and Eamcet examinations. He called upon the parents not to get carried away by the ranks secured by some students in the SSC examinations by the private schools and instead suggested them to check the overall pass percentage in the school and how they are performing in the competitive examinations such as Eamcet and IIT later.
He also stressed on the need for providing orientation programmes for the government school teachers to change according to the present educational scenario in the State. He said that the in-depth teaching of all basic fundamentals of education was the need of the hour to excel in the competitive examinations.
Later in the evening, Mr. Koteswara Rao inaugurated the SPR Schools of Excellence campus on the outskirts of Karimnagar town along with SPR schools chairman V Sreepathi Reddy, Sravya Sri educational society secretary R Yakaiah, vice president Vijay Mohan Reddy and others.