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Nagaland lacks B.Ed teachers: Prof Kannan
Staff Reporter DIMAPUR, SEPT 24 (NPN):
Published on 24 Sep. 2010 11:45 PM IST
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Vice Chancellor, Nagaland University, professor K. Kannan on Friday lamented that Nagaland has less B.Ed qualified teachers as a result of which, students could produce only mediocre results. He remarked that marking system of Nagaland was very low as many teachers without B.Ed qualification were unable to execute their duties well.
Prof. Kannan said this while inaugurating the new building for commerce block of Eastern Christian College, Dimapur. While lauding the college management for setting up the new block Prof. Kannan encouraged ECC management to begin B. Ed programme alongside the degree courses so as to train students about teaching and the various aspects associated with teaching.
He opined that once B. Ed programme was initiated by colleges with degree course, those students interested in teaching would be competent enough to take up teaching as their profession on completion of the course.
He also urged various institutes to be sincere in decision making and to pay the teachers well so they would offer their best service and contribute to the success of the institute.
Kannan also assured to extend help towards the development of the college.
Guest of honour, additional director of higher education department, Dr. Atola exhorted the students on time management and urged the teachers to be dedicated in their profession and added that congenial atmosphere was needed for the success of the institution. Principal Sivichan T. Joseph welcomed the gathering and highlighted the VC on the activities of the college and its vision. Other dignitaries included, managing director NIDC Rose Jamir, managing director, NSCB, BK Thadani.
Students presented songs and cultural items during the function which was attended by teaching faculties, students and well wishers.
Eastern Christian College also marked its 18th foundation day coinciding with the inauguration of the new commerce block.

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