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DElEd (ODL) convocation ceremony held at Haflong

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HAFLONG, Nov 25 - The convocation ceremony of 2-year D.El.Ed (ODL) for the session 2017-2019 organised by the in-service teachers-trainees (Odl), principal and faculty members of the District Institute of Education and Training (DIET), Dima Hasao was held at the District Library auditorium of Sunday.

Nandita Gorlosa, Executive Member, NC Hills Autonomous Council attended the occasion as the chief guest.

Gorlosa, in her speech, appreciating some of the schools which are doing very weel and appealed to all teachers and trainees to find out hidden talents of the students and encourage their students to pursue their interest.

Encouraging some of the teachers for their good services, she said that there should not be proxy teachers in any school because if any proxy teacher is found in Dima Hasao, there would be no answer from her end. She also assured that whatever possible help was needed for betterment of education in Dima Hasao, she would stand by the teachers always.

Soma Khersa, Principal, District Institute of Education and Training (DIET), Dima Hasao and other faculty members and resource persons also spoke on the occasion while appealing to the teachers and trainees to use their skills which they have learnt during the training so that standard of education goes higher.

Many teachers expressed their happiness over getting the opportunity to take part in the training and appreciated the authority concerned. They felt that this training would definitely help them in rendering quality service.

Teachers and trainees also performed traditional songs and dances. It was followed by lighting of the traditional lamp by Chief Guest Nandita Gorlosa in presence of a huge gathering of teachers and trainees.

Thereafter, certificates were distributed among the trainees.

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DElEd (ODL) convocation ceremony held at Haflong

HAFLONG, Nov 25 - The convocation ceremony of 2-year D.El.Ed (ODL) for the session 2017-2019 organised by the in-service teachers-trainees (Odl), principal and faculty members of the District Institute of Education and Training (DIET), Dima Hasao was held at the District Library auditorium of Sunday.

Nandita Gorlosa, Executive Member, NC Hills Autonomous Council attended the occasion as the chief guest.

Gorlosa, in her speech, appreciating some of the schools which are doing very weel and appealed to all teachers and trainees to find out hidden talents of the students and encourage their students to pursue their interest.

Encouraging some of the teachers for their good services, she said that there should not be proxy teachers in any school because if any proxy teacher is found in Dima Hasao, there would be no answer from her end. She also assured that whatever possible help was needed for betterment of education in Dima Hasao, she would stand by the teachers always.

Soma Khersa, Principal, District Institute of Education and Training (DIET), Dima Hasao and other faculty members and resource persons also spoke on the occasion while appealing to the teachers and trainees to use their skills which they have learnt during the training so that standard of education goes higher.

Many teachers expressed their happiness over getting the opportunity to take part in the training and appreciated the authority concerned. They felt that this training would definitely help them in rendering quality service.

Teachers and trainees also performed traditional songs and dances. It was followed by lighting of the traditional lamp by Chief Guest Nandita Gorlosa in presence of a huge gathering of teachers and trainees.

Thereafter, certificates were distributed among the trainees.

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