29th Biennial Conference of the All India Primary Teachers’ Federation

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29th Biennial ConferencePrime Minister Narendra Modi Addressed the 29th Biennial Education Conference of All India Primary Teachers’s Federation organized at Gandhinagar in Gujarat on 12th May.

An overview of the news

  • In his address, the Prime Minister said that technology can provide information but the right approach can be given only by teachers.

  • He said that with the changing times, the real challenge before teachers today is to satisfy the growing curiosity of children and keep themselves updated.

  • The conference was a significant event that brought together primary teachers from across India to discuss pertinent issues in the education sector.

  • The theme of this summit is ‘Teachers at the Heart of Transforming Education. 

Purpose of the conference

  • The objective of the conference is to provide a platform for primary teachers to exchange ideas, share experiences and collectively address challenges in primary education.

Focus on primary education

  • The conference mainly focused on issues related to primary education, including curriculum development, teaching methods, classroom management and welfare of primary school teachers.

Professional Development and Training

  • The conference emphasized the importance of professional development and training for primary teachers.

Policy discussion

  • The conference discussed education policies, reforms and initiatives at the national and state levels.

  • The participants shared their views, suggestions and concerns regarding the policy implementation and its impact on primary education.

Teacher Welfare and Rights

  • The conference addressed the welfare and rights of primary school teachers, including issues such as pay structure, job security, working conditions, and professional recognition.

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