Gadchiroli Dec. 23 (District Correspondent) The goals of quality, and professional skill-based education for all as well as education that creates a competent and characterful generation for national development have not been achieved so far. According to the new National Education Policy 2020, it is necessary to achieve these goals by changing the prevailing education system.
This was opined by Mr. R. P. Nikam, Education Officer while speaking at the workshop on the subject of implementation of National Education Policy -2020 at the Gondwana university here the other day.
Vice-Chancellor of the University Dr. Prashant Bokare, Pro VC Dr. Sriram Kawle, Registrar Dr. Anil Hirekhan, Science and Technology Dean Dr. Shailendra Dev and Coordinator of National Education Policy in the University Vivek Joshi were present.
Dr. Kawle said the teachers should guide as to how will the students benefit from the knowledge of the changes in education.The university has participated in this workshop so that the teachers understand the role of the National Education Policy 2020, he added.
Speaking from the position of President, Vice-Chancellor Dr. Bokare said, due to the National Education Policy 2020, there are many confusions in the minds of the students and parents who have passed the 12th standard. The teacher is an important medium to clear this confusion. This workshop will enable teachers to learn and reflect on this. Students, parents, society will be completely convinced by this, he hoped.
Gondwana University is perhaps the first university in Maharashtra which is conducting workshops for secondary school teachers. He said that teachers have a big role in the building of the country.
This one-day workshop was organized for secondary school teachers and principals of Gadchiroli, Chamorshi and Dhanora talukas. In this workshop Dr. Vivek Joshi guided the teachers and principals and cleared their doubts. Introductory speech was delivered by Science and Technology Dean Dr. Shailendra Dev, Prof. Gauri Thackeray conducted the proceedings.
Photo Mr. R. P. Nikam speaking at the workshop as Dr. Prashant Bokare and others are seated.