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Chhattisgarh News
Develop interesting atmosphere for learning and teaching in colleges: Governor
28-05-2014

RAIPUR: Chhattisgarh Governor Shekhar Dutt has appealed educationists to develop interesting atmosphere for study, learning and teaching in universities and colleges, then only improvement possible in higher education sector.

While inaugurating a three-day workshop on “Improvement in examination in higher education” organised at Bilaspur University, governor Dutt said that learning is a continuous process that never ends. He asked teachers to develop the art of teaching. They were told to participate in more and more refresher courses and trainings and increase their knowledge.

The governor said that teachers should maintain continuous correspondence with students. Knowledge of teachers should be used for the development the society. Educational institutions should also come forward for the development of the society. For that, educationists should make necessary efforts in improving higher education.

The governor expressed happiness that Bilaspur University would be the first university in the state to start honours syllabus from next academic session. The main objective of higher education should be complete development of students, and for that, regular correspondence should be established between students and teachers. Universities should give special emphasis on the quality of higher education and for that whatever is necessary for bringing improvement in examination should be done in an effective manner, he added.

Vice Chancellor of Bilaspur University GD Sharma, Dr UK Shrivastava and Dr Amrendra Pani also addressed the workshop. Vice Chancellor of Pt Sundarlal University Dr AK Chandrakar, Bastar University Vice Chancellor NDR Chandra and Guru Ghasidas Central University Vice Chancellor Dr MS Khokhar were present as special guests.