Brahmapur’s oldest school transformed into a Smart School


The students and parents of the oldest Queen Missions High School here have reason to rejoice as it has been declared a ‘smart school’.

General Director of Home Care and Fire Services Mr Akshaya, who reportedly adopted the heritage school located in the heart of Brahmapur with BeMC commissioner Dr Sidheswar Boliram Bonder, visited the school on Saturday after midday and forwarded the government’s decision to modernize this school as “Smart School”. According to the schedule, DG (Home Guard) M Akshya, Commissioner BeMC Dr Bonder, District Education Officer Binita Extra Senapati, the head of the “Mo School” program and academician Hrusikesh Mohanty, assistant professor Dr Panchanan Gouda, industrialist Akshya Mahapatra, RMRC Scientists Dr Amar Kumar Mohapatra, former bank manager Lingaraj Sahu and lawyer Sudesh Pattnaik, among others, visited the school.

Director Harekrushna Panda and his associates welcomed the members and gave them an enthusiastic welcome.

A brief meeting was held for the purpose in which Akshya reportedly reviewed the various ongoing works and development projects of the school to the tune. Head teacher Jambhubati Gouda delivered the welcome speech.

Significantly, the high school teachers started teaching their teaching to grade 9 and 10 students through Power Point presentations using a slide projector. They also informed about the progress of the renovation and repair of school buildings undertaken by the PWD. Bearing in mind the Covid-19 pandemic and its SoP, classes for students in Standards 6 to 8 are conducted online on the YouTube platform, Panda added.

The principal stressed the need for a state-of-the-art ICT laboratory with all modern electronic gadgets and technical know-how in the school.

The adviser of the Upendra Tripathy “Adarsh ​​Vidiyalaya” (OAV) expressed his gratitude for the deposit of Rs 1 lakh in the “Mo School Account” of the school for the renovation of the school library as part of the program. “Mo School”.

Additional DEO Ganjam Binita Senapati said in his speech that the school will witness full development. She provided valuable advice to teachers on how to attract more and more students to online courses.

BeMC commissioner Dr Bonder assured that smart classrooms will be created with “interactive boards”, in addition to the state-of-the-art science lab, an electronic library, modern toilets and a play area. within six months.

At the end, the president of the Alumni Association of 1977, Lingaraj Sahu, stressed the need for regular interaction and information sharing between teachers and parents.

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