The Fact News Service
Chandigarh, August 28
The second batch of 50 headmasters today left for the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmadabad, as part of the Punjab government’s initiative to bring about an education revolution in the state. On this occasion, the teachers going on training session express their gratitude to Punjab government.
Speaking on the occasion, Poonam Puri, Head Teacher, Government High School, Tajpur Bhagwanpur, District Jalandhar said, “I am elated that the Punjab Government led by Bhagwant Singh Mann is giving this opportunity to the teachers to attend training at world-famous Education Center.” She said, with this training, her professional skills will be further nurtured, which will benefit for the students. She said that this is a very good initiative of the government which reflects the positive thinking of the government towards education. Which will yield positive results in the future.
Similarly, Puneet Garg, head teacher of Government High School Chauhan Ke Khurd in Barnala district, thanked the Punjab government and said that I have been given the opportunity to become the number one institution in the country, IIM. While training from Ahmedabad will give a new direction to the management of the school, I will be able to understand and deal with all kinds of problems of the students.
She said that through this training, I will also be able to work towards improving the educational environment in the school.
Prabhjot Kaur, head teacher of Government High School Basti Bawa Khel in Jalandhar district, said that this training will teach us to make better use of human resources. She said that through this training, she will be able to understand students and teachers better. She said that the better the training of the head of the school, the more the staff and students will benefit.
Ramesh Singh, head teacher of Government High School Ghanola in Rupnagar district, said that learning new skills is essential. Updation done keeping in mind the future proves to be even more beneficial. He said this training will yield very meaningful results.
Gurpal Singh, head teacher of Government High School Chak Bakhtu in Bathinda district, said, “If we do not update us with time, we will not be able to teach the children about the importance of time.” What we will learn through this training, we will teach the children, which is expected to yield good results in the future.
Sometimes we are unable to solve some problems but this training will enable us to solve those problems.
Gurpreet Kaur, Head Teacher, Government High School, Cheema Kalan, Patti, Tarn Taran district, said, “I am very thankful to the Punjab government for giving me the opportunity to get education in the world’s best educational institution at their own expense. She said that this training will make them aware of the latest education techniques of the world.