13-MAR-2019: Dept of Education organises short term courses for Madrasa teachers under Govt of India Scheme
Aligarh, March 13: The Department of Education, Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) organised two short-term courses on 'How to Teach Effectively' and 'Personality Development' in which 120 Madrasa teachers from all over the country partcipated. These short-term courses were conducted under the Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya National Mission on Teachers and Teaching (PMMMNMTT), Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India scheme through the 'School of Education' project, Department of Education.
During the inaugural session, the Chief Guest, AMU Pro Vice Chancellor, Prof M H Beg highlighted that the value of education in any society is uncontested and is greater compared to other aspects.
He praised the enthusiasm of the participants and urged them to be sensitive and responsible to their teaching tasks.
The Guest of Honour, Prof Akbar Husain, Dean Faculty of Social Sciences delineated Islamic counselling and motivated participants to acquire knowledge and training.
Prof Mohammed Parvez, Project Coordinator briefed about the objectives of the short term courses. Prof Nabi Ahmad advised the participants to clear their doubts in interactions with the resource persons.
Prof Nasrin, Chairperson, Department of Education also spoke during the inaugural function.
At the valedictory function, the Chief Guest, Prof M M Sufiyan Beg, Principal, Zakir Husain Engineering College, AMU distributed certificates to the participants.
Dr Mohd Shakir conducted the programme, while Dr M Abid Siddiqui proposed the vote of thanks.
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