Under the academic supervision of Shiksha Diksha, the education department has announced an extensive monitoring and inspection campaign for senior secondary schools across various districts. The initiative will commence in Mahendragarh on November 11, following an order from state chief secretary Sanjeev Kaushal. A senior education department official confirmed the launch of the drive, where a team of at least 100 officers will conduct thorough inspections of nearly 100 senior secondary schools in Mahendragarh. Similar inspections will take place every Friday in other districts.
The inspections will cover several aspects, such as the academic performance of students, the condition of school infrastructure, the quality of mid-day meals, progress reports of programs implemented under FLN, the distribution of tablets for e-learning, SIM cards, PAL software, and book distribution. Additionally, smart classrooms, Government Model Sanskriti Primary Schools (also known as “bag-free” schools), science kits, and other school activities will also be subject to inspection.