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    Published On : Tue, Sep 6th, 2016
    Education | By Nagpur Today Nagpur News

    Best teachers of Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University (RTMNU) felicitated

    Nagpur: The most challenging task before the teachers today are the technology and global changes with which they have to keep pace with. The technological advancements are a challenge before them in the class. Teachers must posses ‘Multi skill Persona’ , said vice-chancellor of Maharashtra National Law University (MNLU) Nagpur Dr Vijender Kumar here on Monday.

    Best teacher awardees of RTMNU snapped with vice-chancellor of Maharashtra National Law University (MNLU) Nagpur Dr Vijender Kumar, MLC Prof Jogendra Kawade, vice-chancellor Dr S P Kane, pro VC Pramod Yeole and registrar Puram Meshram during felicitation programme organised on the occasion of Teachers Day on Monday.

    Best teacher awardees of RTMNU snapped with vice-chancellor of Maharashtra National Law University (MNLU) Nagpur Dr Vijender Kumar, MLC Prof Jogendra Kawade, vice-chancellor Dr S P Kane, pro VC Pramod Yeole and registrar Puram Meshram during felicitation programme organised on the occasion of Teachers Day on Monday.

    Dr Vijender Kumar was speaking as the chief guest at the felicitation programme of best teachers of Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University (RTMNU) to students on the occassion of Teacher’s Day at Convocation hall. MLC Prof Jogendra Kawade was the guest of honour. VC Dr SP Kane, pro VC Dr Pramod Yeole and registrar Dr Puran Meshram were prominently present on the dais.

    Dr Vijender Kumar further said that in this changing scenario, where students have much more access to knowledge data, the teachers are supposed to know more sources than students and scholars. Similarly, teachers must also know the diversity of the class and should understand problems and difficulties of each student. Teachers should try to remove academic stress and should prepare students beyond thier degrees, opined Kumar.

    MLC Jogendra Kawade addressing the gathering said that there is no difference between Mother’s affection and teacher’s affection. People do not know how much hard work teachers put in thier teachings. Similarly, teachers have a huge responsibility to make students good citizens and gentlemen. He further said that commercialisation of education can be stopped only by the initiatives of the teachers.

    Dr S P Kane in his presidential address asked the teachers to become ideal teachers for students. He lamented that now it seems like teachers have become service providers and students have become customers, however, this thought should change, said Kane.

    Earlier in the programme, prinicipal of Yaswantrao Chavhan College of Engineering (YCCE) Dr Udaykumar Waghe was honoured with Best Principal Award. Professor of Post Graduate Department of Pharmaceutical Dr Rajendra Kakde, Dr Sunil Kumar of Nabira College (Katol) and Dr Chandrahas Handa of KDK engineering college were honoured with Best Teacher Award.

    Similarly, Professor of Physics Department Dr Sanjay Dhoble and Dr RJ andrew of Hislop college were felicitated with Best Researcher Award. Dr Ashok Kamble of Kamla Nehru College got award for Best Social Work Teacher and Dr Arvind Shende of Kamla Nehru College was awarded with Best Writer award . From this year special award has been constituted to encourage Divyang Teachers and Dr Shubhangi Patil of Priyadarshni education college received this award.

    Pro VC Pramod Yeole gave the introductory remarks and registrar Puran Meshram proposed a vote of thanks.


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