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MTB director Syed Tanveer Ahmed asks teachers to spare 15 minutes daily for learning modern digital methods of education

– Anwarulhaq Baig

Pune: Markazi Taleemi Board (MTB) director Syed Tanveer Ahmed has suggested teachers to spare at least 15 minutes a day for learning modern digital methods of education.

Addressing teachers in a seminar on ‘New Education Policy (NEP) and National Curriculum Framework (NCF)’ recently organized by All India Ideal Teachers Association (AIITA) at Azam Campus, Pune, the MTB director said, “The swift technological development has brought about revolutionary changes in all sectors of the world, including education. In the present era, efforts are being made to popularise the concept of collective learning, especially the development of mind and consciousness.”

Talking about teaching methods, he explained the stages of motivating students, practical application of education, analysis and study of acquired knowledge, evaluation and creativity. He also talked about personality development and change in thinking about parent-child relationships.

The MTB director mentioned various aspects of the NEP’s National Curriculum Framework, including value education, importance of education in the mother tongue, substantial change in overall attitude and efforts to achieve Sustainable Development Goals.

Presiding over the seminar, AIITA’s Maharashtra President Syed Sharif has urged teachers to constantly improve their knowledge and adopt various curricular and extra-curricular methods for the all-round development of the students.

Briefly mentioning various activities and future plans of AIITA, especially its national education campaign, AIITA’s all-India media coordinator Momin Faheem Ahmad Abdul Bari emphasised the importance of positive thinking and training along with education. At the end, certificates were awarded to all the participants.


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