RANGPUR: Enhancing teaching skills and knowledge on digitised information and communication technologies of teachers has become imperative to ensure quality education, reports BSS.
Experts and public representatives on Thursday expressed the views at the concluding ceremony of a two-day ‘Skill enhancement training for secondary level assistant teachers’ organised by Sadar Upazila Parishad at its hall room in the city.Sadar Upazila Secondary Education Office coordinated the training programme under the Upazila Governance and Development Project (UGDP) with assistance of the Local Government Division and Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA).
Thirty six assistant teachers of 18 secondary level schools and madrashas of Rangpur Sadar upazila of the district participated in the training programme.
Sadar Upazila Parisahd Chairman Nasima Zaman Boby attended the ceremony as the chief guest with Sadar Upazila Nirbahi officer Sadiya Ishraat Sumi in the chair.
Sadar Upazila Secondary Education Officer Abu Sayeed Md Abdul Wahid, Upazila Academic Supervisor Aftabur Rahman, Assistant Upazila Secondary Education Officer Badrul Hassan and representative of UGDP Nahid Sultana addressed as special guests.