A Kashmiri school teacher Roohi Sultana is among 47 recipients of the National Teachers Awards who acquired it on the event of Teachers Day. The awards was conferred by President Ram Nath Kovind by digital mode as a result of coronavirus pandemic. Roohi Sultana, a teacher at Boys’ Middle School Kashipora, Tailbal in Gulab Bagh space within the outskirts of Srinagar, has been awarded this 12 months for demonstrating a inventive and progressive strategy in direction of educating.
The awards are offered by the Ministry of Education yearly to acknowledge and encourage extraordinary and meritorious efforts of academics from throughout the size and breadth of the nation.
Sultana adopted progressive and low value teaching-learning practices like pocket boards, utility playing cards, tracing boards and different little one pleasant assets for enhancing literacy and numeracy among her pupils.
The Ministry of Education has acknowledged that Sultana’s efforts resulted in maintaining her college students in major courses engaged in studying actions even in difficult instances when education and academic actions had been severely disrupted.
The Ministry has additionally taken word of Sultana’s laborious work for inclusion of youngsters with particular wants in order that they don’t stay disadvantaged of the advantages of schooling.
Besides conferring the awards, the Ministry of Education in collaboration with the University Grants Commission (UGC) may also organise webinars on the event to focus on salient options of the not too long ago launched National Education Policy (NEP) 2020.
The National Awards to academics are offered yearly to have a good time the distinctive contribution of a number of the best academics within the nation and to honour these academics who by their dedication and trade haven’t solely improved the standard of school schooling but additionally enriched the lives of their college students.
The 47 awardees have been chosen after a rigorous 3-stage on-line clear course of.