Teachers' role vital in improving quality of education

Teachers’ role vital in improving quality of education


The teachers can play the most vital role in improving quality of education through disseminating time-befitting knowledge among the students with utmost sincerity, professionalism and noble commitments.The opinion came at concluding ceremony of a seminar on ‘Role of Teachers in Improving Quality of Education & Importance of Developing Professional Skills’ organised for teachers at Zila Parishad hall room in the city on Sunday afternoon.The district unit of Bangladesh College-University Teachers’ Association (BCUTA) organised the seminar with its Rangpur district unit President Principal Abdul Wahed Mian in the chair.Moderated by Professor Abul Basher, General Secretary of the central committee of BCUTA Principal Mohammad Jahangir attended the seminar as the chief guestGeneral Secretary of district unit of BCUTA Rawshanul Kawser Sangram delivered keynote presentation in the seminar narrating role of the teachers and developing their teaching skills for improving standard and quality of education.Principal Rezaul Islam, Principal Abdur Rouf, Professor Shah Moyen Uddin, Professor Ahammad Hossain Kakon and Professor Azizul Islam took part in the open discussion session, among others.The BCUTA leaders raised demand for providing them with due facilities and taking pragmatic steps in nationalising all educational institutions to ensure discrimination free education for all in meeting the challenges of the 21st century.They called upon the government for resolving their demands, upgrading and reviving social dignity, status and glories in the process of building a knowledge-based society and making Vision-2021 as envisioned by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina successful.Terming teachers as architects of building an enlightened and knowledge-based society, the chief guest urged them to revive their dignity and honour through ensuring quality and need- based modern education to produce worthy citizens.BSS, Rangpur


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