The CBSE Teachers Award 2018-2019 held on Thrusday, September 12, felicitated 34 school teachers from across the country. The awards were handed over by HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal. Out of the 34 teachers, 12 are from Delhi schools. The HRD Minister was joined by MoS for HRD Sanjay Dhotre and Guest of Honour, Rina Ray I.A.S, Secretary of Department of School Education & Literacy with the HRD Ministry.
Pokhriyal also launched CBSE’s portal ‘Vidyadhan’ on Diksha App, which is a digital infrastructure for knowledge sharing and where students can find CBSE’s annual activity calendar. He also released 10 CBSE manuals on various subjects like art integration, experiential learning, enjoyable teaching, learning of mathematics, new initiatives, school quality assessment and assurance, 10 + 2 post-academic courses, artificial intelligence, hubs of learning and eco-club and water conservation.
During the occasion, Pokhriyal greeted all the awardees and thanked them for their dedication and help for building the nation through teaching. He further stated that these awards are a symbol of their hard work and called upon them to create a positive environment with quality and values that meet the present and future needs of students.
Dhotre too congratulated the awardee teachers and applauded for their important role in a student’s life as a mentor. Meanwhile, CBSE Chairperson Smt. Anita Karwal spoke about the utility of 10 new CBSE manuals, ‘Vidyadhan’ and activity calendars for schools, for teacher community and students.
Source: Hindustan TimesPosted in National, News