August 14, 2022

Shikshak Parv 2021: PM Modi Launches Five New Initiatives for Accessible Education

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed teachers and students during the inauguration of ‘Shikshak Parv’ meeting today via video conference. On this occasion, he launched several important initiatives in the education sector. The Ministry of Education (MoE) is celebrating Shikshak Parv, 2021 from September 5 to 17 in recognition of the valuable contributions of teachers and for taking one step ahead in the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020.

Modi launched five initiatives on the occasion, including the 10,000-word Hindi Sign Language Dictionary, The Talking Books (Audiobooks for the Visually Impaired), the CBSE School Quality Assessment and Accreditation Framework (SQAAF), the NISHTHA Teacher Training for NIPUN Bharat and Vidyanjali. Portal to facilitate teaching to volunteers, donors and CSR contributors for the development of the school.

“Teachers have successfully tackled all obstracles amid the coronavirus pandemic with online classes, group video calls, and online exams. These concepts were not known to anyone before, but education system stakeholders have made them part of their regular learning process, “he said. PM Modi.

He added that the Vidyanjali portal will help the state leverage community engagement to help students. “Long year ago, we have faced many challenges through community engagement. It is time for us to use our strength to help the education sector. Whether you are a researcher or a bank manager, anyone can volunteer to individual title, “Modi said.

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“I asked all athletes and Paralympians to visit 75 schools to celebrate Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav. Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that these athletes can encourage students to exercise in the future.”