2nd phase NISHTHA training concludes

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 2/9/2020 12:15:19 PM IST

Five-day 2nd phase of NISHTHA training for Kohima district concluded at T. M. Government Higher Secondary School (TMGHSS) Kohima on February 8, with Kelevino, DIET lecturer (KRP NISHTHA) as the chairperson at the valedictory function. 

A press release from district coordinator DMA Samagra Shiksha Kohima Thongsenlo and Francis ToT recorder Samagra Shiksha stated that, Kelevino apprised and appealed the teacher-trainees to apply the skills, approachmethod and strategy of pedagogical process at their respective schools which they have learnt.
Presentation on pedagogy of four subjects along with leadership was presented by the teacher-trainees. A presentation on pedagogy of language English, Mathematics and Social Sciences were enacted by trainees with role play. An activity on the topic “living organisms” was conducted on pedagogy of Science. 
Hitilo Kath, teacher-trainee presented on the topic “qualities of leadership”, best practices of schools was presented by Khriemenou Chielie.
Feedbacks from Albert Tungoe, trainee on NISHTHA stated that training refreshes skills and minds, learn from fellow teachers and draw ones creativity and innovation and skill base activities enhances level of understanding. Kewasin Khing commented that teachers must come out of comfort zone and be part of noble professions and appealed all to adopt “tobacco free zone” within the school campus and strive to be good teachers in the midst of transition. Vikedono Sesa, reader SCERT encouraged teachers to have “faith in ourselves” discarding low self-esteem but be responsible, role model, faith in the subject one teach, passionate and respect ones profession and have faith in the learners.
In the motivational talk, Kelhika Kenye, assistant mission director Samagra Shiksha shared that NISHTHA is the biggest training exercise in the world and Nagaland has a target to train 16,872 teachers and head of institutions. He also disclosed that as per Service Rules of Nagaland, 45 hours of service be rendered to schools and that learning activities be local oriented apart of using virtual reality. 
SRPs and KRPs in group 1 were Emillo Patton, deputy director School Education and Sukanya Paul, reader SCERT (Mathematics), Peleno Peteneilhou (PGT English), Yawao Konyak, research assistant SCERT (Science), Medehuno (training resource assistant SCERT) and Grace Yanthan (PGT, Social Science). In group 2, Dr. Bijano Murray (principal Dr.N.Kire GHSS), Aneile Much (PGT Education), Kenilo Semp (Sr. DIET lecturer Maths), Vikedono Sesa (reader, SCERT Social Science), Keliveno (DIET lecturer English) and Edward Alley (PGT Science). Roukuoneinuo, project assistant, DMA Samagra Shiksha Kohima pronounced word of gratitude. Altogether 388 including SRPs, KRPs, DMA officials and EBRC personnel attended the training. The 3rd phase of NISHTHA training for principals, headmasters/headmistress, head teachers, teachers in-charge and remaining uncovered teachers and schools will be conducted in the first week of March 2020. 
Mon: NISHTHA training programme under Samagra Shiksha concluded on February 8 at GHSS Mon, wherein a total of 356 primary teachers from 26 GMS and 78 GPS attended the training. 
According to DIPR report, in the Motivational session of the final day, Sohulo Rengma, principal, DIET Mon reminded the teachers that teaching was the only noble profession and teachers must take up the great responsibility no matter how difficult the task may seem. 
Valedictory programme, chaired by Ngiplem, project assistant, was marked by group presentations from group I and II, presentation on leadership by Taophong L. Konyak of GMS Wanching, feedback from teachers by Y. Wanjai of GPS Wanching Yongmouh. Appe Lohe, DEO Mon in his speech exhorted all the teachers to be faithful in performing their duties and encouraged the teachers to perform their duties based on their true Christian faith. Benediction prayer was pronounced by P. Taiwang Konyak, GMS Yakshu. Training was conducted by 10 key resource persons and 2 state resource persons. 


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