Innovation, dedication bring national award for Tamilnadu teachers
From Tamilnadu two teachers have received communication from the Ministry of Human Resource Development and the award will be presented to them in New Delhi shortly.
The award carries a certificate of merit, a cash award of Rs 50,000 and a medal.
National award-winning teacher RC Saraswathi, headmistress of Government Girls HSS in Ashok Nagar, Chennai, dedicate her honour to teachers, students, and School Education Department officials. “Everyone cooperated with me in developing the school,” she said.
Recollecting the 2015 flood in Chennai, Saraswathi said her school was in a bad shape then. “With the help of NGOs and officials, I worked hard to develop the school infrastructure,” she said.
Saraswathi, who also has M.Sc, M.Phil, and M.Ed qualification and 30 years’ experience, said she also encouraged maximum extracurricular activities.
“In our school, we encourage students to join NCC, NSS, Echo Club, handicraft etc, she said.
“I developed a ‘gamified grammar’ teaching method for the students, which got the recognition from the National Council of Educational Research and Training.
The council permitted the schools to take classes in that method,” national award won teacher Dilip from Government school Villupuram said in media
With more than 20 years’ teaching experience, Dilip also introduced a new technology to teach English. “I developed reading skills of the students and arranged knowledge exchange programmes for them with their counterparts in foreign countries.”