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Full day school in Goa, makes sense?t
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Albert Desouza
2011-03-06 15:08:53 UTC
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Talking about full day school :- Many schools do not have proper infra
structure. In Mapuca there are only three schools that really can meet
the challenge ofn a full day school. A full day school will need a
proper canteen facility for the children to buy food incase the
government does not give them a meals. They need a proper toilets and a
big playground for them to play. A full day school will increase sports
activities as well as cultural activities. When St.Britto High school
was built much before the concept was conceived in the minds of the
priests they fully vitualised the need of the school two or three
decades hence and they made provisions when everything was cheap. This
is called master planning. So too st anthony's school Duler and sfx
school Mapuca. I do not know why other schools did not bother to
visualise the future needs and demands of the schools and remained still
in primitive where students use roads as their toilets. No ground to
play, no place to even stand and talk. What a pity that people have
ventured into the field of education with no knowledge of the needs of
the children.
albert
From: colaco
To: goanet at lists.goanet.org
Subject: Re: [Goanet] Full day school in Goa, makes sense?
Well said, SOTER!!
BTW: The said Act is not an "administrative act" that was enacted by
any Department or "passed by any Sibal". It was enacted (passed) by
Parliament.
Albert Desouza
2011-03-06 15:08:53 UTC
Permalink
Talking about full day school :- Many schools do not have proper infra
structure. In Mapuca there are only three schools that really can meet
the challenge ofn a full day school. A full day school will need a
proper canteen facility for the children to buy food incase the
government does not give them a meals. They need a proper toilets and a
big playground for them to play. A full day school will increase sports
activities as well as cultural activities. When St.Britto High school
was built much before the concept was conceived in the minds of the
priests they fully vitualised the need of the school two or three
decades hence and they made provisions when everything was cheap. This
is called master planning. So too st anthony's school Duler and sfx
school Mapuca. I do not know why other schools did not bother to
visualise the future needs and demands of the schools and remained still
in primitive where students use roads as their toilets. No ground to
play, no place to even stand and talk. What a pity that people have
ventured into the field of education with no knowledge of the needs of
the children.
albert
From: colaco
To: goanet at lists.goanet.org
Subject: Re: [Goanet] Full day school in Goa, makes sense?
Well said, SOTER!!
BTW: The said Act is not an "administrative act" that was enacted by
any Department or "passed by any Sibal". It was enacted (passed) by
Parliament.
Albert Desouza
2011-03-06 15:08:53 UTC
Permalink
Talking about full day school :- Many schools do not have proper infra
structure. In Mapuca there are only three schools that really can meet
the challenge ofn a full day school. A full day school will need a
proper canteen facility for the children to buy food incase the
government does not give them a meals. They need a proper toilets and a
big playground for them to play. A full day school will increase sports
activities as well as cultural activities. When St.Britto High school
was built much before the concept was conceived in the minds of the
priests they fully vitualised the need of the school two or three
decades hence and they made provisions when everything was cheap. This
is called master planning. So too st anthony's school Duler and sfx
school Mapuca. I do not know why other schools did not bother to
visualise the future needs and demands of the schools and remained still
in primitive where students use roads as their toilets. No ground to
play, no place to even stand and talk. What a pity that people have
ventured into the field of education with no knowledge of the needs of
the children.
albert
From: colaco
To: goanet at lists.goanet.org
Subject: Re: [Goanet] Full day school in Goa, makes sense?
Well said, SOTER!!
BTW: The said Act is not an "administrative act" that was enacted by
any Department or "passed by any Sibal". It was enacted (passed) by
Parliament.
Albert Desouza
2011-03-06 15:08:53 UTC
Permalink
Talking about full day school :- Many schools do not have proper infra
structure. In Mapuca there are only three schools that really can meet
the challenge ofn a full day school. A full day school will need a
proper canteen facility for the children to buy food incase the
government does not give them a meals. They need a proper toilets and a
big playground for them to play. A full day school will increase sports
activities as well as cultural activities. When St.Britto High school
was built much before the concept was conceived in the minds of the
priests they fully vitualised the need of the school two or three
decades hence and they made provisions when everything was cheap. This
is called master planning. So too st anthony's school Duler and sfx
school Mapuca. I do not know why other schools did not bother to
visualise the future needs and demands of the schools and remained still
in primitive where students use roads as their toilets. No ground to
play, no place to even stand and talk. What a pity that people have
ventured into the field of education with no knowledge of the needs of
the children.
albert
From: colaco
To: goanet at lists.goanet.org
Subject: Re: [Goanet] Full day school in Goa, makes sense?
Well said, SOTER!!
BTW: The said Act is not an "administrative act" that was enacted by
any Department or "passed by any Sibal". It was enacted (passed) by
Parliament.
Albert Desouza
2011-03-06 15:08:53 UTC
Permalink
Talking about full day school :- Many schools do not have proper infra
structure. In Mapuca there are only three schools that really can meet
the challenge ofn a full day school. A full day school will need a
proper canteen facility for the children to buy food incase the
government does not give them a meals. They need a proper toilets and a
big playground for them to play. A full day school will increase sports
activities as well as cultural activities. When St.Britto High school
was built much before the concept was conceived in the minds of the
priests they fully vitualised the need of the school two or three
decades hence and they made provisions when everything was cheap. This
is called master planning. So too st anthony's school Duler and sfx
school Mapuca. I do not know why other schools did not bother to
visualise the future needs and demands of the schools and remained still
in primitive where students use roads as their toilets. No ground to
play, no place to even stand and talk. What a pity that people have
ventured into the field of education with no knowledge of the needs of
the children.
albert
From: colaco
To: goanet at lists.goanet.org
Subject: Re: [Goanet] Full day school in Goa, makes sense?
Well said, SOTER!!
BTW: The said Act is not an "administrative act" that was enacted by
any Department or "passed by any Sibal". It was enacted (passed) by
Parliament.
Albert Desouza
2011-03-06 15:08:53 UTC
Permalink
Talking about full day school :- Many schools do not have proper infra
structure. In Mapuca there are only three schools that really can meet
the challenge ofn a full day school. A full day school will need a
proper canteen facility for the children to buy food incase the
government does not give them a meals. They need a proper toilets and a
big playground for them to play. A full day school will increase sports
activities as well as cultural activities. When St.Britto High school
was built much before the concept was conceived in the minds of the
priests they fully vitualised the need of the school two or three
decades hence and they made provisions when everything was cheap. This
is called master planning. So too st anthony's school Duler and sfx
school Mapuca. I do not know why other schools did not bother to
visualise the future needs and demands of the schools and remained still
in primitive where students use roads as their toilets. No ground to
play, no place to even stand and talk. What a pity that people have
ventured into the field of education with no knowledge of the needs of
the children.
albert
From: colaco
To: goanet at lists.goanet.org
Subject: Re: [Goanet] Full day school in Goa, makes sense?
Well said, SOTER!!
BTW: The said Act is not an "administrative act" that was enacted by
any Department or "passed by any Sibal". It was enacted (passed) by
Parliament.
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