Friday, November 13, 2009
Lecture held Rayat-Bahra College of Education
Seminar explores possibilities in education at Rayat-Bahra
Teachers exchange thoughts on education at seminar
Mohali, September 30
The educators explored possibilities in education at the IX annual conference of Council for Teacher Education held at Rayat and Bahra College of Education.
During her inaugural speech, Dr. (Mrs.) Indu Rihani, principal RBCE introduced the audience to theme of conference that aimed to orient and educators, to explore possibilities in education to unfold and maximize the potential of the learners and teachers.
Chief guest at the occasion was Prof. S.P Malhotra chief guest the honorable National Fellow, NUPEA, New Delhi, while the guest of honor was Prof KN Pathak, ex-vice chancellor of Panjab University, Chandigarh was the guest of honor.
Vice-chairman of Rayat-Bahra group, S Gurvinder Singh Bahra said that education should be natural and spontaneous process to unfold one's interests and personality, which, at the same time, develop self-discipline and basic values.
To make both academic skills as well as a free and happy childhood possible, there is a need to explore possibilities in education to unfold and maximize the potential of the learners and teachers.
With the proposed seminar, the teacher educators and in service teachers can acquire knowledge of alternative thought processes, methods in education and the contrast between parental/teacher’s expectations and the outcome of how we deal with the classroom/daily life situations, leading to overall personality.
Vineet Sood, Director, Bhavya Bangalore delivered the key note address and dwell on contrast between parental/teacher’s expectations and the outcome of how we deal with the classroom and daily life situations. Dr. Kanwarjit Singh Bindra, Lecturer, Physics Dept., P.U, Chandigarh spoke on the topic alternative thought processes and methods in education. He said that alternative methods and processes in education scores better because today ones learning spree counts more than ones knowledge already attained.