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Cluster level teacher training underway in Tezpur

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HT Correspondent
TEZPUR, Dec 28: A 4 day cluster level teacher training on ‘Implementation of Nipun Axom (FLN) and Appropriate Use of TLM of FLN’ under Sarba Siksha Abhiyan gets underway from Tuesday at Royal Regency here.
In the programme, four state level resource persons have been imparting training to altogether 76 master trainers hailing from six districts.
Inaugurating the programme, MLA Prithviraj Rava urged the trainees to get involved in the event with the spirit of serving the people building foundation of a conducive basic education in the state. It is to be stated here that after state chief minister Himanta Biswa Sarma launched the project NIPUN in the month of November in 2021, the state education department is working in the field of making the project functional across the state under ‘Samagra Siksha’. However, as part of it comprising six districts under the joint venture of the education department of Sonitpur district and district administration the event is getting underway here with a four day long programme. The trainees include teachers, a section of CRCC while the participating districts are Dhemaji, Lakhimpur, Biswanath, Sonitpur and Udalguri.
Meanwhile, total four noted academicians including Dr Anup Hazarika from Darrang District Teacher Training Institute, Mallika Dutta, BRP from Sonitpur District, Angarag Bhuyan, subject teacher from Marigaon and CRCC from Nagaon Himangshu Barman are taking part as resource persons to impart training to the 76 master trainers.
Noted teacher Pankaj Baruah, administered oath to the trainees while district programme officer, Ramen Medhi spoke on the purpose and function of the programme. Conducted by Pankaj Baruah the inaugural function of the four day long training programme was graced by ADC (Education) Dyotiva Borah, inspector of schools, Prabhat Chandra Das among others.

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