Javadekar: It is important to nurture curious nature in students

Javadekar: It is important to nurture curious nature in students

Stressing on the need of innovation in teaching techniques, Union Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar urges teacher to nurture the nature of curiosity in students.

“Curiosity is the ground for every innovation which helps in effective administration,” he said, urging teachers not to kill inquisitive spirit of the students.

While presenting the national awards for innovation in educational administration, Javadekar said “teachers need to educate their students in an interesting manner.”

“Engaging education, interesting education and a system where student can also participate and discuss is necessary. Education officers will have to work for this as they are one of the links of achieving our target of providing quality education to all,” he said.

During the addressing ceremony, he could not stress enough on the need of enhancing the leadership qualities in teachers and head masters in order to bring total reform in the education system.

He also said that “he is working on a separate cadre of the head masters.”

Javadekar also made an announcement regarding organizing “innovation conventions” in the future at the regional as well as at the national level where teachers, parents, NGOs, the departments concerned and related stakeholders can participate under one roof. Giving away the awards to district and block level education officers, minister said “education officers at the field-level were an important link between system-level administration and institutional-level management of education.”




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