Functions or Role of Block Education Officer (BEO)

The Block Education Officer works at the Taluka level

Functions of Block Education Officer

  • Main function is to administer, supervise, inspect, guide and control education at the taluka level.
  • To provide all the educational information to the people concerned with it.
  • To provide educational material and teaching aids to the primary schools at taluka level.
  • To inspect all the secondary schools, ashram schools, and at least 5 primary schools of that taluka and to send the inspection report to the District Educational Officer.
  • To organize different national and educational programmes in the school with the help of Extension Educational Officer who is the link between district and taluka levels.
  • To keep control on the work of Extension Education Officer.
  • To work for the qualitative development of the schools.
  • To keep control on the work of all the private primary schools of that taluka.

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