1st phase NISHTHA training for teachers concludes

Correspondent KOHIMA, FEB 1 (NPN) | Publish Date: 2/1/2020 12:29:57 PM IST
The five-day integrated mass teacher’s training, national initiative for school heads and teachers holistic advancement (NISHTHA) 1st phase (primary level 1-V) organized by district mission authority, Samagra Shiksha Kohima held at Christ King Higher Secondary School (CKHSS), P. Khel Kohima  village concluded on Saturday.
Deputy director School Education Nagaland, Emilo Patton in her valedictory address reminded the teachers that they were backbone of the education as they were directly involved in teaching. Patton said education is the strongest weapon to develop any society for which teachers have great role to play. She also reminded them that the determination of the students to perform better also depended on teachers as teacher is the role model for the students.
Patton encouraged the teachers to convert challenges and problems into opportunity and inspire the students to thirst for more knowledge. She also challenged the teachers that they should be accountable to the students and advised the participants to put into practice whatever they have learned during the training.
Valedictory programme was chaired by Dr. Bijono Murry  principal Dr. Neilhouzhü Kire GHSS NISHTHA state resource person, presentation on the pedagogy of subjects like language (English), maths and EVS by various groups, feedback of the training were shared by Kekhriengulie Khezhie, Kedivi Mekro, Kenilo Semp and Yawao Konyak, speech on behalf of participants were spoke by Martin Kath and Ntsenyhun while vote of thanks was proposed by Neivikhono project asst. DMA Samagra Shiksha Kohima. Around 300 primary teachers (level 1-V) of Kohima district participated.    
Mon: Samagra Shiksha, district mission authority (DMA), Mon organized five-day first phase national initiative for school heads’ and teachers’ holistic advancement (NISHTHA) from January 28 to February 1 at GHSS Mon. 
According to DIPR report, valedictory programme was held on February 1 at GHSS Mon chaired by Ngiplem, project assistant, Samagra Shiksha. Appe Lohe, district education officer Mon, in his speech expressed his gratitude to all the resource persons, teachers, and the principal of GHSS Mon and her staff for their cooperation and assistance towards the successful conduct of the programme. He also encouraged the teachers to sincerely implement the knowledge and experiences gained from the training programme in their respective schools for the benefit of the students.  
Altogether 266 teachers attended the training and 10 key resource person (KRP) and 2 state resource person (SRP) conducted the training. 


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