Seth M.R. Jaipuria Schools Organize Learning And Development Sessions For 1250+ Teachers With Experts From All Over India
The programme is planned over six days and would have 136 varieties of training conducted by 72 subject matter experts from New Delhi, Jaipur, Chennai, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Varanasi, and Lucknow.
Seth M.R. Jaipuria Schools began, Upskill - Scale up your skills, centralized learning and development programme for 1,250+ teachers currently teaching across 25 schools from all over India. The programme is planned over six days and would have 136 varieties of training conducted by 72 subject matter experts from New Delhi, Jaipur, Chennai, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Varanasi and Lucknow.
Speaking at the grand inauguration, Anjali Jaipuria, Vice Chairperson of Jaipuria Group highlighted the importance of constant scaling up skills of teachers and said, "I am ecstatic that such detailed and value-add sessions are conducted by Jaipuria for its teachers. This will enhance the skills of teachers and will help students also. We have always believed in upgradation of the personal and professional skills of our teachers and staff. I am so happy that we are also focusing on Sanskrit, art integration in curriculum and unique projects that are a hallmark of Jaipuria".
Vishnukant Pandey Joint Director, Madhyamik Shiksha Vibhag, UP Govt echoed his views and said, "Until and unless the teachers reach the next level, students would have difficulty. Learning is a lifelong process. To be a good teacher, one must be a good learner too. Ultimately, this is what will contribute to nation building. I am happy to see key decision makers from all of Jaipuria Schools present here. I want to congratulate the Management for organizing this, and want to tell all decision makers to keep working towards creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship of both teachers and students. My blessings and best wishes to the entire Jaipuria Team!".
Anjali Jaipuria and Vishnukant Pandey also felicitated star Principals and teachers of all Jaipuria Schools, appreciating their efforts for the results of class X and XII board examinations.
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