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    Published On : Tue, Dec 17th, 2013
    Education | By Nagpur Today Nagpur News

    Best teacher award ceremony held


    Nagpur News:

    The government seems tensed due to the degrading standard of higher education in State. During the State’s best teacher award ceremony held on Monday, State Governor and chancellor, chief minister,deputy chief minister and minister for higher and technical education expressed the need to take stringent actions to improve the standard of State’s higher education.

    Organised by the State’s higher and technical education department, 26 teachers from all over the State were felicitated. RTMNU’s Mathematics teacher Dr K C Deshmukh, Amravati University’s teacher Dr Kishore Aadao and Gondwana University’s Dr Sunil Saakure and Dr Anjali Rahatgaonkar of Forensic Science Institute received awards during the function.

    IMG_8394During his presidential speech, Governor and chancellor K Sankarnarayanan said that not a single university of the State comes in the top 200 list of universities or educational institutions of the world. He added that the need of the hour is to implement improvement techniques in the field of higher education. Highlighting the role of an ideal teacher, he added that teachers should motivate students to do research work.

    Endorsing his views, chief minister Prithviraj Chavan pointed out that 40 per cent engineering seats and 60 per cent MBA seats remain vacant in the State. He said that special attention needs to be paid towards the quality of higher education and added that the government will be changing the Maharashtra University Act 1994.


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