“Teachers play a pivotal and fundamental role in the development of the nations. In order to fulfill their important roles with excellence, they need training, motivation as well as regular mental, emotional and spiritual transformation”. This was observed by Chairperson National Commission for Human Development Razina Alam khan at a training of facilitators/teachers, supervisors and literacy coordinator of Adult Literacy Program organized by literacy team at Muslim Colony, Bari Imam.
She said, in an educational system importance of teachers training is evident by the resources spent. Even with limited resources, we need a comprehensive and effective model or mechanism that would develop and enhance the teachers’ capacity and provide them avenues/ opportunities for professional development, she informed.
NCHD has made literate to 3.8 million since its inception and providing education to 320,000 children in NCHD 5,949 Feeder Schools in the remote areas to the marginalized group, whereas, 6000 adult literacy centers are in process of establishment where more than 150,000 poor and illiterate will acquire literacy as well as vocational skill to improve their livelihoods, she briefed.