The Regional English Language Office (RELO), Washington DC, hosted a workshop for English teachers in partnership with the state government and the department of school education at Punjab Agriculture University, Ludhiana. Education Minister Gurmeet Singh Meet Hayer also committed to include all available ideas and approaches from other nations if ever required to offer excellent education to Punjab.
Regional english language office (RELO), Washington DC, in partnership with the state government and the department of school education at Punjab Agriculture University, organized a workshop for english teachers on Thursday.
As many as 320 instructors of topics like english and social studies from around the state participated in the program.
State education minister Gurmeet Singh Meet Hayer and Shailendra Sharma, main adviser to the director of education at the GNCT of Delhi, both attended the training session.
Hayer offered an attentive ear to the significant challenges being faced by teachers in their individual schools and guaranteed them an expedient response in the times to come.
He acknowledged the efforts done by the instructors for the overall success and development of the children.
The minister, while exhorting teachers to retain their emphasis exclusively on teaching, stated that soon, they would be liberated from all the non-teaching chores. Hayer further vowed to adopt all feasible ideas and approaches from other nations if ever required to deliver great education in Punjab.
The workshop was described as extremely subjective by the American Embassy’s regional English language officer Ruth Goode, specialist Shweta Khanna, and mentor teacher and English language instructor at the Directorate of Education, GNCT of Delhi, Manu Gulati, who held an interactive session with students and teachers.