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Seminar on national education policy

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By EMN Updated: Sep 13, 2013 1:01 am
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DIMAPUR, SEPTEMBER 12

THE two-day National Seminar on National Education Policy began at State College of Teachers Education Konia on Wednesday.
Speaking as the chief guest, Chief Secretary Alemtemshi Jamir said the task to structure the education system is a challenge and needs serious in government interface in education policy perspective. He also called upon the teachers to take teaching as their profession with dedication and not for the sake of livelihood.
Pro-Vice Chancellor Prof. Lanunungsang, in his guest of honour address, pointed out the shortfall of Naga students in certain subject like Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry which he feared will have grave consequences in future.
He also said it’s the right time to revamp all the education system and also to review the syllabus for all courses.
He further outlined the importance of mother tongue as compulsory education.
The seminar is being organised by State College of Teachers Education in collaboration with department of Education, Nagaland University.
Professor ICSSR Nation Fellow, Tata Institute of Social Science, Hyderabad, G. Haragopal was the resource person of the first day of the seminar.

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By EMN Updated: Sep 13, 2013 1:01:50 am