FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT
Itagar, July 5: Education and IPR Parliamentary Secretary Bamang Felix on Saturday iugurated Google education training centre at the Indira Gandhi Technological and Medical Science University (IGTAMSU) in presence APCC President Padi Richo, SP Ziro Tumme Amo, DDSE Ziro Yumlam Ta, Chancillor IGTAMSU Arvind Kumar Das and others dignitaries here.
Addressing the gathering, Felix, congratulated the teaching faculties and people of Ziro plateau for successful launching of the Google education program, first ever in entire North-East India.
While clarifying the recent misconception towards the project, he said that IGTAMSU is one of the state flagship program which will facilitate and provide platform to the people of the state as a whole.
He also added that the pilot project with technological support from Google USA is a promising project that will not only benefit the youths to experience the quality education but also to the general people.
He said the government would be providing educative chrome book to the students to eble the standard of education system in the state. He urged the education department to undertake the goggle studies as a part of curriculum. He directed the DDSE to sponsor faculties for undergoing necessary training.
APCC President Padi Richo also briefed on the advantages of the chrome book, an educative laptop provided by the government and said it would benefit all sphere of society. He also urged the Parliamentary Secretary Education to ensure adequate infrastructure and laptop facilities to private institutes also.
Earlier, Felix interacted with the officials of the education department at Hapoli Circuit house. While responding to the grievances aired by the BEO and CRC’s, he exhorted them to be sincere and dedicated while rendering their services. He also urged them to work hard in order to bring back the golden era of education in the state when its education system produced human resources of the highest caliber.
He also visited Woodland School, a private institution where he inspected the infrastructure of the school and interacted with the school children and teaching staffs. He informed about the incentives that the state government would provide to the private schools based on their performance.