Mumbai – Reliance Foundation is committed to support teachers to develop and strengthen their skills to help significantly improve the delivery of education across India, said Isha Ambani, daughter of Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani, while awarding 1000 teaching professionals with Reliance Foundation Teacher Awards.
She said that teachers play an invaluable role in helping to equip our young people with the skills they need to shape the future of our nation.
We are proud to recognise the hard work and dedicated efforts of exemplary teachers through Reliance Foundation Teacher Awards, she said.
Reliance Foundation recognised the teachers who have excelled in Centre for Teacher Accreditation’s (CENTA) Teaching Professional’s Olympiad (TPO) 2018.
Select cohort of winners of CENTA TPO 2018 were felicitated by leaders from UNESCO, UNICEF, CBSE Board amongst others in the presence of leaders from several organizations followed by the National launch of 5th edition of CENTA TPO.
The Foundation also announced the next edition of the Teacher Awards, where winners of national competition will be awarded with a cash prize.
TPO is expected to be held in December, in 75 cities as well as in Dubai and Abu Dhabi. TPO 2019 will be available in 23 subject tracks from primary to senior secondary.
Reliance Foundation, CSR arm of Reliance Industries Limited, aims to leverage on digital platforms to provide opportunities for professional development for teachers aimed at making teaching an aspirational profession, thereby raising the quality of educators, it said.