Teachers role key to quality education
Expert academicians and educationists said that the quality of education received by the students depends on their teachers. There is no dignity, peace and quality of living without exposure to quality education, opined experts during the inaugural session of Indian Education Conclave-2019.
Nampally: Expert academicians and educationists said that the quality of education received by the students depends on their teachers. There is no dignity, peace and quality of living without exposure to quality education, opined experts during the inaugural session of Indian Education Conclave-2019.
Not giving the students the right kind of opportunities for progress is not only injustice but also a sin, said Advisor (Department of Minority Affairs) AK Khan. Addressing the inaugural session of the 4-day India Education Conclave at Madina Education Centre in Nampally on Thursday, he said "Secular high-quality education doesn't mean moving away from Islamic values while stressing on the importance of engaging with clergymen."
AK Khan, who is also the president of TMRIES, said "Moral values are an important constituent of one's character and education system must focus on impressing moral values alongside education in students."
Decoding 'Quality Education', India Director of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Amir Ullah Khan said the prerequisite for quality education was a good teacher. In reality, a good teacher makes a good student. Teachers must constantly undergo skill development and training programs. They must also be made accountable for the performance of the students, he added.
Consul-General of Iran Haghbin Ghomi said "Iran has transformed itself from a country without even a percent illiteracy into the world's fastest-growing scientific nations. "The path to coexistence, peace and security in today's world is to provide quality education to our next generation, which is possible through exchange of progressive opinions among the elites and reference groups."
PA Inamdar, Chairman, MEC Maharashtra said the Muslim community must conquer and overcome their inferiority complex to actively progress in all fields, including education.
Speaking on the occasion, Organizing Committee Chairman and Secretary MESCO Dr Fakhruddin Mohammed welcomed the guests and delegates. On this occasion,
Asra Qureshi, who secured the 16th rank at the NEET at the all India level was felicitated and presented a cheque of fifty thousand rupees.
Asad Mirza, Anjum Babukhan, Prof Jahangir, Dean – Islamic Studies, EFLU and others also spoke on the occasion.