First National Teachers Congress in Pune from September 23 to 25

August 11, 2016 03:22 pm | Updated 03:22 pm IST - BELAGAVI:

The country’s first ever National Teachers’ Congress will be held for three days at Pune from Sept.23 to 25. Is being organised by the National Teachers Congress Foundation, Pune, of which the Chief Minister of Maharashtra is the Chief Patron.

The event is being organised under the aegis of MAEER’s MIT School of Government, Pune, in association with All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), Association of Indian Universities, Maharashtra State Principals’ Forum, Government of Maharashtra and UNESCO Chair of Human Rights, Democracy, Peace and Tolerance, Pune. It is actively supported by AICTE, Association of Indian Universities (AIU), Maharashtra State Principal’s Forum, Maharashtra State Government and UNESCO Chair of Human Rights, Democracy, Peace & Tolerance, Pune.

Announcing this here on Thursday, Dr. Shailashree Haridas, Associate Director, MIT, said more than 8000 teachers from all over the country were expected to participate in the three-day deliberations on various issues concerning education system of India in the context of past, present and future. Issues concerning problems confronting teaching community at various levels would also be discussed during one of the sessions, she said.

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