Deepak Kesarkar in Kolhapur : Do you like notebook or book? Education Minister Deepak Kesarkar’s question to students!

Deepak Kesarkar in Kolhapur : Education Minister Deepak Kesarkar suddenly visited Kagal Taluka Art, Sports, Educational and Cultural Board, Kagal Sanchalat Primary Vidyamandir (Industrial Estate) Gokul Shirgaon Class 1st to 5th Unaided School in Kolhapur District. . On this occasion, Deepak Kesarkar inspected the school and interacted with the students while asking some questions to the students and observed their study methods. This time Kesarkar in every class asked the children do they like notebooks or books? Such questions were being asked. Most of the students answered that they liked the book. At the end of a chapter in a book, would it be okay if you were given a blank space to study? Asking this question, he gave hints about reducing the burden of the students’ books through his actions.

Kesarkar’s surprise visit 

Kesarkar’s sudden visit caused quite a stir. People’s curiosity was awakened by seeing the minister’s convoy in the extreme areas where the minister’s convoy had never come. On hearing the news of the education minister’s arrival, the institution’s president Atul Joshi and trustee Amey Joshi rushed to the school. On behalf of Kesarkar, he along with Deputy Director of Education Mahesh Chothe, Assistant Director of Education Subhash Chowgle, Deputy Inspector of Education Ravindra Chowgle, Pay Team Officer Smt. Atul Joshi welcomed with garlands and shawls.

The organization provides free education and educational facilities to the children of workers. Also, Kesarkar praised the president of the organization Atul Joshi for functioning efficiently on an unaided basis for the last 16 years. Also discussed with the school teachers in a closed room and guided the teachers. 

I am one of you, speak freely and if you have any suggestions, say it, said Minister Kesarkar. Explaining that I am a man of truth, he reassured the teachers and hinted that the government would soon take a constructive decision regarding the non-declared schools. Joshi thanked the Education Minister for this. On this occasion, Deputy Sarpanch of Kaneriwadi Ajit More welcomed Education Minister Kesarkar on behalf of the village.

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