Bokaro: Bokaro private schools becomes more united and empowered to support each other in promoting their educational development and welfare.
Bokaro Unaided School Management Forum (BUSMF) has been established with the objective of promoting educational development and welfare. The Forum comprises 15 member schools, and its leadership includes President Surendra Pal Singh, Secretary DN Prasad, Treasurer Anil Kumar Gupta, and Convener Mahesh Tripathi.
During a press conference organized by the Forum, President, S P Singh, highlighted that all private schools within the BUSMF will stand by each other in any circumstance, including academic matters and general welfare.
“The primary goal of the Forum is to ensure that the quality of education in unaided private schools in Bokaro is improved and that students are provided with opportunities to excel,” said S P Singh.
The 15 schools included in the Forum are:
St. Xavier’s School Sector 1, Chinmaya Vidyalaya Sector 5, Guru Gobind Singh Public School Bokaro, The Pentecostal Assembly School Sector 12, Sri Ayyappa Public School Sector 5, DAV Public School Sector 4, Sardar Patel Public School Sector 9, St. Mary’s School Sector 4, MGM Higher Secondary School Sector 4, Crescent Public School Sector 4, Holy Cross School Balidih, Kairali Sprindale School Sector 4, Mithila Academy Public School Sector 4, ARS Public School BSL LH, and Bokaro Public School.
With BUSMF, private schools in Bokaro have a unified platform to share knowledge, experience, and best practices. The Forum’s formation provides an opportunity for schools to collectively address issues affecting the education sector and work collaboratively towards their resolution.
Overall, the establishment of the BUSMF marks an important step towards improving the quality of education in private schools in Bokaro. By pooling resources and expertise, the Forum will be better equipped to address challenges and implement innovative solutions that will benefit students and the broader community.