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Meghalaya Governor for good primary education in govt schools

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SHILLONG, June 16 - Meghalaya Governor Ganga Prasad has emphasised the need of good primary education in government schools, especially in the rural areas of Meghalaya, to produce responsible leaders in future.

�It is our duty to provide the younger generation with quality education and strong moral values that will help them become an asset for the society and the nation as a whole,� Prasad said on Friday.

Appreciating Sri Aurobindo Society that focuses on empowering teachers to share and adopt best practices in teaching to transform education, the Governor said that the country would reap the results of what and how much was invested on children today.

�I am very pleased to know that Sri Aurobindo Society�s Zero Investment Innovations for Education Initiatives (ZIIEI) are making teachers and schools self-reliant in improving the learning outcomes of students and at the same time, setting up a milestone for an education revolution in the country,� he said.

The Governor said that if teachers adopt the ZIIEI methods, it would not only sharpen the leadership and academic skills of students but also make schools social centres where children can learn empathy and interpersonal relations.

�I hope that the teachers in Meghalaya will adopt these methods and help students excel not only in studies but in life as well,� he said.

It may be noted that Sri Aurobindo Society�s training programme for teachers will begin in Meghalaya next month on the basis of an MoU signed by the Meghalaya Government last month.

The ZIIEI is a mass-scale teacher outreach initiative that empowers teachers to come up with small, yet innovative ideas to transform education in government schools. It aims to find effective solutions created by teachers and scale them up to millions of government schools across the country.

Initially started in Uttar Pradesh, the ZIIEI has in a short span of three years expanded to 20 States. As many as 10 lakh teachers have been oriented towards innovation in education. A total of two lakh schools in the country are implementing the zero investment ideas.

The various ZIIEI innovative methods include learning through games, children�s parliament, community participation, student profiling, future envisioning, art and craft for holistic development, simplified English teaching, children�s newspaper, concept mapping and learning with comic strips.

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Meghalaya Governor for good primary education in govt schools

SHILLONG, June 16 - Meghalaya Governor Ganga Prasad has emphasised the need of good primary education in government schools, especially in the rural areas of Meghalaya, to produce responsible leaders in future.

�It is our duty to provide the younger generation with quality education and strong moral values that will help them become an asset for the society and the nation as a whole,� Prasad said on Friday.

Appreciating Sri Aurobindo Society that focuses on empowering teachers to share and adopt best practices in teaching to transform education, the Governor said that the country would reap the results of what and how much was invested on children today.

�I am very pleased to know that Sri Aurobindo Society�s Zero Investment Innovations for Education Initiatives (ZIIEI) are making teachers and schools self-reliant in improving the learning outcomes of students and at the same time, setting up a milestone for an education revolution in the country,� he said.

The Governor said that if teachers adopt the ZIIEI methods, it would not only sharpen the leadership and academic skills of students but also make schools social centres where children can learn empathy and interpersonal relations.

�I hope that the teachers in Meghalaya will adopt these methods and help students excel not only in studies but in life as well,� he said.

It may be noted that Sri Aurobindo Society�s training programme for teachers will begin in Meghalaya next month on the basis of an MoU signed by the Meghalaya Government last month.

The ZIIEI is a mass-scale teacher outreach initiative that empowers teachers to come up with small, yet innovative ideas to transform education in government schools. It aims to find effective solutions created by teachers and scale them up to millions of government schools across the country.

Initially started in Uttar Pradesh, the ZIIEI has in a short span of three years expanded to 20 States. As many as 10 lakh teachers have been oriented towards innovation in education. A total of two lakh schools in the country are implementing the zero investment ideas.

The various ZIIEI innovative methods include learning through games, children�s parliament, community participation, student profiling, future envisioning, art and craft for holistic development, simplified English teaching, children�s newspaper, concept mapping and learning with comic strips.