SRINAGAR — Urging teaching community to improve their skill sets, Advisor to Governor, Khurshid Ahmed Ganai today said that learning outcomes will only improve when the quality of teaching improves.
The Advisor Ganai said this while addressing a gathering of teachers who were attending five-day State level workshop on “Post-NAS” activities, here at the auditorium of Government Girls Higher Secondary Kothibagh.
The workshop which started from 11th September was organized by State Institute of Education Kashmir in collaboration with SAMAGRA SHIKSHA J&K. Director School Education Kashmir, G N Itoo, State Project Director SAMAGRA Samiksha Tufail Mattoo, Joint Director Trainings Mehmood Hussain, resource person NCERT Professor Das and other important dignitaries were present on the function. He urged upon teachers to do a “self-introspection” so as to check if they are doing justice to their job for which they get handsome salaries.
“Our State in comparison to many other States in the Country pays handsomely to its near four lakh employees, which includes 1.5 lakh teachers also.