Lucknow: The two-day event, being held on the campus of Seth Anandram Jaipuria School, Shaheed Path, Lucknow, commenced with an opening ceremony featuring the Chief Guest, Dr Sarvendra Vikram Bahadur Singh, Director, Basic Education, Uttar Pradesh, and Guest of Honour, Ms Manju Rana, Director Schools, Seth Anandram Jaipuria Group of Schools.
Addressing the gathering, Dr Bahadur Singh said, “This initiative to train teachers in different modules is indeed commendable. Given the dynamic nature of education in today’s times, teachers need to constantly reskill and upskill in order to keep abreast of the new pedagogical practices.”
Ms Manju Rana said, “National Education Policy 2020 recommends 50 hours of Continuous Professional Development training for teachers. This programme implements that vision by training teachers in relevant new-age practices.”
‘Re Skilling-Up Skilling: Jaipuria Annual Refresher Training 2022’ is a two-day programme. The first day features pertinent trainings on sessions such as Bloom’s Taxonomy, Art Integration, Child Psychology, Team Building, Happy Classrooms, and Charismatic Teaching Skills.
The second day features subject specific sessions on English, Hindi, Maths, Social Science, and Science. Certificates are going to be given to all participants at the end of the second day.
Speaking about the programme, Anirban Bhattacharya, AVP-Partner Schools, Seth Anandram Jaipuria Group of Schools, said, “We are continually committed to equip our teachers with the latest teaching practices and strategies. Re Skilling-Up Skilling: Jaipuria Annual Refresher Training has been thoughtfully designed and curated to empower teachers in our partner schools to maximize learning outcomes among students.”
This is the second edition of the Jaipuria Annual Refresher Training. The previous year’s training was held in the online mode.
Seth Anandram Jaipuria Group is a conglomerate of 15 K-12 schools, 4 preschools, 2 management institutes and a teachers training academy. Moving ahead, the group plans to expand its reach to Tier II & Tier III cities by opening 25 K12 schools across North India in the next 5 years.