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DAV Bistupur hosts in-service teachers training workshop

Jamshedpur, March 29: The capacity Building Programme for In-service teachers was organized by Regional Training Centre, Jamshedpur zone, under the aegis of DAVCAE, New Delhi, in the premises of DAV Public School, Bistupur. The training programme was held for In-service computer science teachers, who are teaching classes III to VIII.

Pragya Singh, Principal, DAV Bistupur, in her welcome address acknowledged the fruitful efforts of DAVCAE and mentioned that under the guidance of DAVCAE “Learning never stops”. DAVCAE is doing a great job in training and upgrading the teachers for the benefit of the students. She also emphasized upon the importance of peer group learning and knowledge sharing.

While addressing the inaugural session for the Jamshedpur zone, Regional Director of DAV Public schools, said that teaching is a profession which expects us to learn continuously and to be lifelong learners.

It is important for all the teachers to make maximum utilization of these workshops to best of their ability and develop one’s capacity in teaching so that they can impart infinite knowledge to the students and make teaching learning process innovative, interesting and conducive for all round personality and holistic development of the students.

The training session for classes III to VIII was conducted by Amar Ojha and Ravi Kumar Mandal. The various topics covered by the resource persons are License, Open Source, Free ware, ICT curriculum, Google Docs and Activity Based Learning.

The workshop turned out to be a fruitful one as the teachers learnt various skills for the betterment of the teaching learning process. Teachers from different DAV schools of the zone found it be a great platform for promoting interactive learning.

Earlier, the workshop began with the customary DAV Anthem and the lighting of the ceremonial lamp by Regional Director, S.K Luthra, Mrs. Pragya Singh, Principal, DAVPS, Master Trainers Amar Ojha and R.K. Mandal along with other senior faculty members of the Computer Department.

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