2nd phase of NISHTHA begins in Kohima, Kiphire

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 2/5/2020 9:36:12 AM IST

2nd phase of national initiative for school heads & teachers holistic advancement (NISHTHA) under district mission authority (DMA), Samagra Shiksha Kohima for upper primary level (6 to 8) began at T.M. Government Higher Secondary School Kohima from February 4 and will culminate on February 8.

A press release from TOT recorder NISHTHA training Francis Magh stated that, during the introductory programme, Emillo Patton, deputy director School Education and state resource person (SRP) for NISHTHA training briefed the teacher-trainees with the roadmaps of training topics such as social-personal qualities, inclusive education and POCSO Act, health and well-being, leadership module, motivational session/ best practices of teachers, pedagogy, and others.

Thongsenlo Kath, assistant district coordinator (ADC), DMA, Samagra Shiksha Kohima emphasised on mass attendance with strict action, importance of pre-test and post-test registration of NISHTHA training and added that the teachers would have to fill it up online. 315 teachers have registered inclusive of state resource persons (SRPs), key resource persons (KRPS) and EBRC personnel.

Kiphire: Pase two of district level integrated teachers training NISHTHA was held at GHSS Kiphire on February 4.

According to DIPR report, DC Kiphire & chairman Samagra Shiksha, Sarita Yadav in her speech appealed to all the teachers to give inputs about the problems they face in the school, so that the Kiphire district administration will look into the matter. On the problem of proxy teacher Sarita requested the village education committee to motivate every teacher to perform their duty in building up the career of the students. Teachers being the role model and platform of the society, she said that they must know their duty and be more dedicated in their work. Programme was chaired by T. Lichumse Sangtam, asst. district coordinator and keynote address was given by Lirila state resource person.


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