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‘Teacher’s Diary’ launched in Kohima

‘Teacher’s Diary’ launched in Kohima
Chief secretary, Temjen Toy launching the “Teacher’s Diary” on February 25 at Kohima. (DIPR)
DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 2/25/2020 9:08:19 AM IST

Organised by the department of School Education, chief secretary, Temjen Toy launched “teacher’s diary” on February 25 in a programme held at secretariat conference hall, Kohima.

According to DIPR report, speaking at the launching programme, chief secretary, Temjen Toy congratulated the leadership of the Education department for having come out with the idea of teacher’s diary. He was confident that it would be put to good use not only in monitoring but motivating teachers to work hard.

He mentioned that teaching was a profession that has been tagged as being the noblest profession, and responsible for the future of entire generation. Toy remarked that some of the best teachers were in Nagaland but the majority were the worst and it was time to come to terms with reality and become clinical. He urged the department to be more clinical in approach whether it be dealing in rationalization of schools or teachers or other activities and see that all these efforts are paying off.

He further stated that the world was changing and if one does not change with the rest of the world, “we” would be left apart. He stressed that to change, one must put in dedication and hard work. He also added that no rules and regulations can ensure that it’s the best if teachers are only concerned about their rights and benefits. Therefore he informed the department to tell the teachers either to perform or perish, as there was no room for complacency and indiscipline.

Principal secretary, School Education, Menukhol John, in his key note address pointed that teacher’s diary is not meant to be a check on the attendance of the teachers alone but also to help in improving their teaching skills and assessment. He added that, teacher’s diary was a small step for teachers to reassess what they have done in the classroom, what they intend to do and who were the students they are teaching and how well they perform. 

He further mentioned that the department motto was to give quality education and henceforth urged the teachers to take their teaching profession seriously. 

He added that the department was constantly on their toes to see the improvement in the coming years. Welcome note was given by principal director, Shanavas C, while vote of thanks was delivered by mission director, Samagra Shiksha, Kevileno Angami.

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