NALBARI, March 1 - A training programme for elementary-level teachers was organised in Nalbari district. The programme was initiated by the Union Ministry of Human Resources.
A total of 1,885 teachers from 432 schools took part in the training, which was held in five batches. It may be mentioned here that the teachers of each batch completed a six-day training on NISHTHA, which is a capacity building programme for improving quality of school education through integrated teacher training.
The month-long training was held in different venues, including Rajkadamtal High School, Balabhaban Vidyapith High School, Uttar Nalbari Vidyapith High School and Basanti High School,Tihu.
The Block Elementary Education Officer (BEEO) Nikunja Barman attended the closing ceremony held at Uttar Nalbari Vidyapith High School on Saturday.
Addressing the teachers, Barman said that this is a capacity-building programme that will help improve the quality of school education.
He also expressed the hope that the six-day training will make the elementary-level teachers more competent to effectively apply information and communication technology in the classrooms. He called upon the teachers to utilise the resources of the training.
The training programme was also attended by Subhash Barman, Navarun Medhi, Achyut Baishya, Pritam Dev Sarma,Udhab Barman,Saraju Devi,Namrata Priyam Kalita, Chandamita Sarma, Jiten Sarma,Naba Kumar Das, Mridul Talukdar,Uddipta Sarma and Nurul Hasan as resource persons.
Earlier, the MLA of Nalbari LAC Ashok Sarma, Deputy Commissioner of Nalbari Bharat Bhusan Dev Choudhury, Circle Officer of Nalbari Banashree Deka, Inspector of Schools Jyotshna Rani Barman and District Elementary Education Officer interacted with the teachers.