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Jamshedpur, May 21: The Seminar Hall of the Faculty of Education at Jamshedpur Women’s University was abuzz with excitement as the 12-day workshop for the IGNOU B.Ed Program Session 2022 was inaugurated. The esteemed Vice-Chancellor, Prof. (Dr.) Anjila Gupta, graced the event as the Chief Guest, joined by Dr. Tripura Jha, the IGNOU Coordinator, and Dr. Annapurna Jha, the University CVC. The girl students of the session, along with the dignitaries, collectively lit the ceremonial lamp, symbolizing the commencement of this educational journey.
The workshop commenced with a soulful rendition of Saraswati Vandana, composed by Dr. Tripura Jha. The Vice-Chancellor and CVC were presented with saplings and mementos as a token of appreciation and felicitation.
In her address, the Honorable Vice-Chancellor, as the Chief Guest, enlightened the trainee teachers about the practical methods to acquire the necessary skills for organizing effective learning experiences. She emphasized the pivotal role of teachers in shaping school education. The Vice-Chancellor provided guidance on establishing inter-relationships within curricular areas and expressed her wish that the workshop would be both enjoyable and informative for all the students, enabling them to make significant contributions to the nation-building process. She reassured the students that any issues they might encounter during their time at the university’s center would be promptly addressed and resolved.
Program Coordinator, Dr. Tripura Jha, introduced the students hailing from different states across the country, including Haryana, Chhattisgarh, West Bengal, Odisha, Maharashtra, and Jharkhand. She delivered a detailed introductory welcome speech, acquainting the students with the B.Ed program and guiding them through the entire workshop. Dr. Jha provided information about the activities planned for the workshop and highlighted the importance of active participation and skill development. She also offered a comprehensive description of the curriculum-specific skills that would be focused on during the workshop.
The CVC, Dr. Annapurna Jha, emphasized the significance of efficiency and discipline in the teaching profession, urging the students to uphold these qualities throughout their training.
Following the introductory session, Dr. Arpit Suman from Kolhan University took the stage for the third session as a guest scholar. Dr. Suman delivered a lecture titled “Radical Changes in Teacher Education,” focusing on the implementation of the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 and providing detailed insights into the contemporary changes in teacher education. The fourth session concluded with a lecture on ensuring the quality of secondary education.
Assistant Program Coordinator, Neha Suruchi Minj, delivered the vote of thanks, expressing gratitude to all those involved in making the workshop possible. Dr. Sanjay Bhuiyan, Head of the Department of Education Faculty, Geeta Mahato, Sabhyata Rani, Anjali Kumari, and all the teachers were present, lending their support and guidance throughout the workshop. The workshop provided a platform for aspiring teachers to enhance their skills and gain valuable knowledge, preparing them for their future roles in the education sector.
Hello may I know its further update and procedure as I live in noida so can it be feasible to attend its online session?