Sisodia urges teachers to inculcate good habits in students
The Delhi government is taking crucial steps to refit the State Council of Education Research and Training (SCERT) and District Institute of Education and Training (DIET), said Delhi’s deputy chief minister, Manish Sisodia, at an event on January 14.
Sisodia urged teachers to inculcate inquisitive habits in students and instil the courage to ask questions in classrooms. Teachers are also required to have the right spirit in order to transform the society, which will be achieved through teacher training. The Delhi government has been increasing posts and salaries in SCERT in last few years, said Sisodia.
"The government is taking important steps to restructure SCERT and DIET. A country's advancement in education depends only on the efforts of its teachers. This is the case in countries that are lauded for their quality education systems and it is because those countries have focused on developing and training their teachers," he added.
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