Won’t Compromise With The Quality Of Education In Coaching Centres: CCA

By Syed Burhan

SRINAGAR- General Secretary of Coaching Centre’s Association Kashmir Riyaz Majid on Wednesday said that teaching is a noble and Prophetic profession and attempts were being made to compromise the dignity of teachers.

He made these comments while addressing a press conference in Srinagar. During the presser, he was flanked by other members of the Association.

He said the association was brought into existence to restore the dignity of teaching and people associated with teaching. “We are part and parcel of the society and we will ensure that our children get quality education” he said. We are ready to help the government to streamline the educational setup in Kashmir. He added.

He said the Association was opening a grievance cell to cater to the problems of students. “The association will have a grievance cell that will respond to all the complaints of  students and parents, for this purpose we will use all the technological facilities like website and social media handles to establish communication and coordination with the parents”.

He further said the association will make sure that the students get the best quality education from coaching systems and no centre will be allowed to deceive and cheat students in any way.

He appealed to the government to provide financial assistance to the teaching faculty involved in community teaching as they have been suffering due to unprecedented situations.

“The government should come up with a supportive financial package for the coaching sector as this sector has been providing employment to several thousand educated youth”.

He also briefed the media about the recently held elections of the association. During the elections he said, Hamid Mufti was elected president, Muneer Alam Vice President, Riyaz Majid as General Secretary and Hafiz Bhat as Treasurer respectively.

President Coaching Centre’s Association Hamid Mufti said the corporate sector in Education making inroads in the valley should not generate ugly competition. Moreover, the government should keep a check on them in the same way as it is doing effectively with the non-corporate institutions. We will discourage any sort of exploitation of the youth by any institution whether local or corporate. He said.

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