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Teachers’ summit of Vidya Vikas committee concludes

| | LOHARDAGA | in Ranchi

The three-day-long summit of Vidya Vikas Committee Gumla wing was concluded on Wednesday in the auditorium of Vidya Mandir Lohardaga.

 In this summit as many as 75 female and 209 male teachers participated from Gumla, Simdega and Lohardaga district. In the workshop discussions on quality education and new teaching techniques were organised.

On the occasion, Dr OP Agarwal the state president of Solo campaign Arogya foundation of India said, “The place of teachers in Indian culture has always been high. Nowadays the honour of teachers has been declined. But for this the teachers are also responsible. The branches of Vidya Mandir in country and outside the country have been playing vital roles to keep our culture alive.” The occasion was also addressed by Dr Ramesh Mani Pathak, Shashidhar Agarwal and ex Principal Vimlesh Kumar.

On the occasion the patron of the school Krishna Prasad, Principal Uttam Mukherjee and the principal of all schools were present. On the occasion, a quiz competition was also organised in which the first rank was received by Saraswati Vidya Mandir Gumla, second Saraswati Vidya Mandir Lohardaga and the third by Saraswati Shishu Mandir Gumla.  




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