In-service teachers’ trg underway

ITANAGAR, Sep 18: An in-service training for the teachers of the government schools of the capital complex, organised by the capital district administration in collaboration with the Azim Premji Foundation (APF), began at the Dorjee Khandu Convention Centre here on Monday.
Addressing the teachers, Deputy Commissioner Prince Dhawan said, “Team work should be the top priority to share the problem in teaching-learning process for imparting knowledge in the best way.”
The DC asked the teachers to do justice to their profession and take ownership of the children to shape up the future of the students.
He also urged the teachers to avoid criticism, saying “(it) is not a way of solution to the problem; rather, one must accept one’s own fault, so that the best could come out of them.”
Capital Complex DDSE Mallo Yam Hello also stressed on imparting quality education to the students “without being biased on social or economic ground.”
SCERT Assistant Director GC Baruah presented a brief on different methods of teaching, and spoke on the role of the SCERT, “wherein research work is being done as per the guidelines of NCERT for imparting quality education to students.”
Bijoy Das from APF also emphasized on the importance of imparting quality education. He also gave information about the foundation.
“More than 700 teachers of government schools of the capital complex will undergo training under the initiative of the capital DC, in collaboration with various institutes and private schools of the capital complex like VKVs, Holy Cross etc,” APO Tori Gadi informed.
Planning Coordinator Joana Perme Bagang also spoke.
The second batch of the in-service teachers’ training also started at Holy Cross School, where EAC Tame Yajum stressed on the importance and purpose of the training and urged the teachers to take maximum benefit from it. (DIPRO)