Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal
The culture of India has a glorious history of Guru-Shishya tradition. Whenever there is a crisis on the nation, it is the teachers who have guided the country. During Corona epidemic your efforts and innovation in maintaining the state's educational system even in crisis situations.
This was stated by Minister of State for School Education (Independent Charge) and General Administration Inder Singh Parmar while honouring the outstanding teachers and principals of the state in the State Level Teacher Award 2020 program in the Ministry.
He said that with the aim of establishing the respect of teachers in the society and to encourage them, the School Education Department is constantly organising programs to honour them under the guidance of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan.
It is our responsibility to solve your problems through various mediums and policies, but at the same time it is the duty of all of you teachers to keep making continuous efforts and innovations for the advancement of life for the students in the state. The creation of a self-reliant India and the establishment of India as a world leader is possible only with the contribution of teachers.
The schools, which have 90% or more of examination results at the state level in the ministry, were presented by Minister of State Parmar, with Shawl Shreephal and citation to Mr. Bharat Vyas of Ujjain, Mr. Sudhakar Parashar of Bhopal.
The program was organized through video conferencing by the School Education Department with a view to covid 19. Principals and teachers of government schools of all the districts were connected virtually to the NIC VC room located in the districts.
Encouraging all the teachers, Principal Secretary Mrs. Rashmi Arun Shami said that all the teachers worked beyond their capabilities during the covid 19 epidemic. The children's educational work continued with their innovations and diligence. The efforts of all of you are much appreciated.
From the state level teacher award 2020, 23 teachers of Madhya Pradesh including Ms. Anita Jain of Agar Malwa, Mr. Shivpal Singh Yadav of Ashok Nagar, Mr. Ramchandra Chauhan of Barwani, Mr. Satyabhan Singh Bhadoria of Bhind, Mr. Sanjay Kumar Jain of Chhatarpur, Chhindwara Anil Kumar Kothekar, Dr. Anil Kumar Dubey of Datia, Mr. Vikas Mahajan of Dewas, Mr. Sanjay Kumar Tiwari of Dindori, Mr. Jagdish Gaur and Mr. Narendra Karma of Khandwa, Mr. Prakash Sharma of Guna, Ms. Sunaina Sharma of Indore, Mr. Narayan of Narsinghpur Prasad Gupta, Mr. Shoaib Khan of Neemuch, Mr. Vineet Kumar Dwivedi of Panna, Mr. Narendra Kumar Rathore of Rajgarh, Mr. Subhash Kumawat of Ratlam, Dr. Neeraj Kumar Pandey of Rewa, Sushi Saroj Prajapati of Sagar, Dr. Archana Shukla of Satna and Shahdol K. Shraddhanand Dubey was honoured by shawl and shriphal, honours amount of Rs 25 thousand and citation in a program organized at district level.
The National Teacher Award 2020 was awarded at the state level to the teacher Mr. Sanjay Kumar Jain of district Tikamgarh and Mr. Mohammad Shahid Ansari of district Chhindwara and Dr. Lalit Mehta, the teacher of Ratlam, who were honoured with the National Education Award for the year 2019.
Along with this, two winners of online state level educational seminar 2020 organized on the occasion of Teacher's Day 2020, Mr. Ashish Joshi of Shajapur and Mr. Ravi Kumar Dwivedi of Shahdol were also honoured at the state level.
Similarly, 3 teachers have received National Teacher Award, 23 teachers selected for State Level Teacher Award 2020, two winning teachers of State Level Online Educational Seminar and 80 such teachers and principals whose previous year school result 90% or more or whose school Progressive progress has been reflected in the examination results of the past 3 years, their names were displayed for the honour and teachers were honoured in the collectorate of the respective district.
After honoring the teachers, Minister of State Parmar saw and discussed the representation based on the school education system of Mr. Krantivijay-Khenwar, Principal of Shajapur and Mr. Subhash Kumawat of Ratlam.
On this occasion, Commissioner Lok Shikshan Mrs. Jayashree Kiyawat, Director KK Dwivedi and Additional Director Ms. Kalpana Acharya and officers of the concerned department were present.