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Mathematics teachers discuss teaching process

Mathematics teachers discuss teaching process
Menukhol John addressing the gathering at the Orientation Program of Secondary Mathematics Teachers being held in Kohima. (DIPR)
DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 9/12/2018 10:06:49 AM IST

A three-day Orientation Programme of Secondary Mathematics Teachers is currently underway at Imagine Nagaland Hall, Administrative Training Institute, Kohima. According to DIPR, the orientation program is being conducted from September 12 to 14 by the Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE) in collaboration with the National Council of Educational Research & Training (NCERT), New Delhi. 

The two resource persons from NCERT, professor DESM, Dr. A.K. Wazalwar and associate professor DESM, Dr. T. P. Sarma, intend to connect and discuss with the mathematics teachers, how to bring an improvement in Mathematics learning process in the classroom.

Principal secretary, School Education & SCERT, Menukhol John, as the guest speaker lamented that many students look at Mathematics as a hard subject. He urged the teachers to dispel this notion and create interest in the subject.

Dr. A.K. Wazalwar, in his short speech said that improvement of mathematics study was one of the most widely discussed topic, not only in India, but across the world. He said the NCERT is trying its best to improve the teaching and learning process in this area.

The inaugural function was chaired by Iluheing Nsarangbe, sr. academic officer. Chairperson NBSE, Asano Sekhose emphasized on the importance of mathematics study. She called upon the teachers to give their best to ensure that students have conceptual clarity and correct procedures of learning Mathematics. The NBSE in its endeavour to support and equip students with the information at par with the rest of the country, have introduced NCERT textbooks of Class XI (Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics) and Science & Mathematics in Class IX with effect from this academic year. Similarly, next year, NCERT textbooks for the above subjects shall be used in Classes X & XII also.

 

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