16 Teachers honoured by Satya Bharti Innovative Teachers’ Award 2015-16

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NEW DELHI: Sixteen teachers were awarded the Satya Bharti Innovative Teachers Award. This award, jointly constituted by Bharti Foundation and Education Department Jodhpur, honours teachers for bringing innovativeness to teaching.

The programme concluded today at the Gargi Award Function organised at the Maheshwari Senior Secondary School, Jodhpur. As chief guests of the function Smt. Nutan Bala Kapila, Deputy Director Education Department (Jodhpur); Vinita Parihar (S.P.A); Lt. Col. VP Chundawat, Regional Head Rajasthan and Smt. Gitika Bahuguna, General Manager, Bharti Foundation were present. The names of the winners of the award were released by the jury on 10 February at the Deputy Director’s Office of Education Department in Jodhpur.

In the group of contemporary teachers, the first position was won by Pawan Kumar from the State Physical Education University, DIET Jodhpur’s Meeron and Indra bagged second and third position respectively. In the category of primary teachers Urmila Juglawat, Santosh Kalla and Santosh Sharma were respectively at first, second and third position. In the higher Primary category Shweta Dhakor, Motilal Suthar and Sunil Kumar were at first, second and third position respectively. In the Secondary and Senior Secondary group Ajit Sankhla, Chutraram and Lajwanti were respectively awarded first, second and third position. The recipients of Innovative
Teachers Award were given a recommendation letter, a momento and a cash prize of Rs. 5,000, 3,000 and 2,000 respectively.

Bharti Foundation, is the developmental unit of Bharti Enterprises; and it has been striving to ensure “quality holistic education” for the last one and a half decade. For this it has been contributing as a helping organisation to various state governments. The Satya Bharti Innovative Teachers Award came into inception at the initiative of Smt Nutan Bala Kapila, Deputy Director, and Jodhpur. And it was completed with the help of Bharti Foundation in the last three months. This has been the first award constituted to judge the content of teaching by the district’s teachers.

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