‘Teachers should identify hidden talent in students’

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 06 Sep 2017 09:53:33


Staff Reporter,

The responsibility of educating tribal students and bringing them into the main stream of life, is responsibility of the the teachers. The teachers should identify hidden talent in the students, groom them and support the students in their development. This was stated by member of National Commission for ST Maya Iwnate.

Iwnate was speaking during a programme organised by Department of Tribal Development. The department had organised Teachers Day programme and a workshop on Child Rights, atDr Vasantrao Deshpande Hall, here. Additional Tribal Commissioner dr Madhavi Khode, paediatrician Dr Ravi Bhonsule, Deputy tribal Commissioner Surendra Sawarkar, Integrated Tribal development project officer Digambar Chavan, Assistant Commissioner Deepak Hedau, Assistant Project Officer Nayan Kamble were present on the dais.

In all 31 headmasters and 42 teachers from Government and Granted Ashramshala were honoured for distinguished contribution. A booklet on Child Rights was also released on the occasion.
Dr Khode said the teachers in Ashramshala are working with dedication in remote areas for development of the tribal students.

The students will be benefited with the development of the teachers. The teachers should also strive to update their knowledge and work with dedication. The co-ordination between teachers and parents can help in grooming the next generation for a better future of the society. The ideals of Dr Radhakrishnan, Savitribai Phule should be followed for developing ideal students.

Dr Bhunsule spoke about Child Rights. The Headmsaters and teachers also expressed their views.
Renuka Deshkar conducted the proceedings. Digambar Chavan proposed a vote of thanks.