CBSE(i) Capacity Development Programme comes to a close

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45 delegates from Birla Public School, MES Indian School, Shantiniketan Indian School and Doha Modern Indian School walked out of the Multipurpose Hall of Shantiniketan Indian School, Doha enriched and empowered to handle the digital native young minds of today’s world at the end of the Two-day Capacity Development Programme conducted by the CBSE(I).

Two days of rigorous training in the sphere of teaching, learning and evaluation process led by Dr. Sadhana Parashar, CBSE Director [Academics, Research, Training & Innovation] and resourcefully supported by Mrs. Neha Sharma, Mrs. Kshipra Verma and Dr. Indu Khetrapal has greatly enriched and empowered the teachers of Indian Schools in Doha following the CBSE (I) Curriculum to be highly resourceful and skilled to trains thousands of young minds in the coming years.

It was an engaging and interactive sessions where today’s teachers were trained with the latest in pedagogy & innovative ways to facilitate the learning process to bring out the best from the students and train them to be highly resourceful global citizens.

Dr. Subhash Nair, Principal of Shantiniketan Indian School, thanked the CBSE (I) and shared his observation and experience that really lifted the teachers attending the session and expressed all his cooperation and assurances to implement everything that can greatly improve the learning process at SIS. He specially thanked Mr. Dudley O’Connor, Vice Principal CBSE (I) for organising this programme meticulously well within the limitations.  He also appreciated the great support extended by the SIS management under the able leadership of the President,  K.C.Abdul Latheef and by the Principals of other Indian Schools in Qatar.

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