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Teachers told to create awareness among students on social issues

Teachers told to create awareness among students on social issues

Teachers must create awareness among students about social issues such as child abuse, child marriage, and early pregnancy, and provide opportunities for them to express their thoughts,  Collector H Krishnaunni advised. 

 A training programme on the title of 'I-Speak' for government high and higher secondary school teachers was held under the chairmanship of the District Collector H. Krishnanunni at the Vellalar College for Women, Erode. 

In his speech, he said teachers should facilitate the full participation of students in various competitions in schools, including  sports.

In addition, experts from various disciplines have realized that the training is designed to share students' views on student welfare, and to raise awareness among students in order to prevent problems from coming up.

  In this regard, experts from various fields such as child rights and protection,
district AIDS prevention and control unit should also work with the school education department.Furthermore, the training is designed to minimize the risks to students' education and mental well-being during the Corona plague.  

So teachers should guide students with full commitment to improve their physical, mental and social well-being.  Furthermore, the meeting serves as a model for taking this training to the future at the union and school level.  The Collector said that all the students of Erode district (from 9th to 12th class) will benefit from this scheme.

A total of 336 teachers from 14 Panchayat Unions in Erode District participated in the training at the rate of 24 teachers per Union. 

 In addition, the Deputy Principal of the District Teacher Education and Training Institute, academics and experts from various fields expressed their views on the training.

N. Lakkumi Narasimhan, Principal, Erode District Teacher Education and Training Institute; M. Ramakrishnan, Chief Education Officer,  and many officials spoke.