Gunotsav 2.0 Teacher Selection exam List
Primary education is the foundation on which the development of every citizen and the nation as a whole built on. In recent past, India's improved education system is often cited as one of the main contributors to the economic development of India. At the same time, the quality of elementary education in India has also been a major concern. Student of primary school at least have basic knowledge of reading, writing and simple mathematics equations which may be helpful in performing their daily activities.
Teachers are great sources of knowledge, prosperity and enlightenment to which anyone can be benefited for whole life. They serve as the real light in everyone’s life as they help students to make their ways in the life. They are the God gifted people in everyone’s life who lead us towards success without any selfishness. Really, we can call them as builders of the dazzling future of our nation through education.www.ojasjobs.com
We all know that good education is the foundation of the bright future of a nation. The quality of education today decides the tomorrow of Gujarat.
Government may build schools, but the future can be built by the schools only. The key responsibility of building Gujarat’s tomorrow thus lies with the schools.
The first decade of the 21st century was quite important for education in Gujarat, especially for primary education. Whether it is recruitment of the teachers, construction of class-rooms, computer labs, other school facilities, enrollment of students in schools or the mission to reduce the drop-out rate… an unprecedented success has been achieved. But doing all this is yet not adequate.
The soul of education is its quality … and that is why the State Government has taken up the ‘Gunotsav’ campaign. This could have very well been done by the teachers and the Department of Education. But to create the spirit of a high priority to this cause and to make those in the field of education feel the value of this activity, the complete strength of Government machinery has been deployed. Whether it is the Chief Minister or the Chief Secretary, more than 3000 Class-I & II Government officers are visiting the primary schools in Gujarat focusing on various aspects.
I strongly believe that, any child, a tender bud, who has not got an opportunity to bloom cannot be in anyway inferior to his fellow children. God has given enough ability and strength to everyone. The need is to nurture those characteristics, the need is of a good gardener who carefully rears such plants, the need is to guide the child in such a way that he is never lost or goes astray on the road ahead. What is required is to create an atmosphere wherein a teacher becomes attached and sensitive to his student, he feels the passion and responsibility to foster his student, like a gardener does to his garden. We need to take the teachers out of the old rut and orthodox thoughts through inspiration and motivation. We need to make them feel the significance of their role. ‘Gunotsav’ is an endeavour to create such an environment.
‘Gunotsav’ is a special campaign meant for inspiring the teachers and students to do better and to exhibit the same. Each of you must have experienced that whenever a camera is focused on us, we automatically become alert in our posture and gestures to get a good photo. Though we know that the camera is not going to evaluate us, we become ready to show the best within us in front of the camera. Gunotsav is something similar to this. It provides the necessary focus to the entire activity of quality education. It provides an opportunity to the teachers, school authorities and students to exhibit the best in them. It motivates as well as cautions them that they are in front of lens. This is only a step forward, following which we have to go further.
Friends, ‘Gunotsav’ of the last year has brought some encouraging results. I would like to draw your attention towards a small encouraging example.
12 lacs children were found weak during last ‘Gunotsav’. Teachers took ‘Upachaar Varg’ (remedial classes) for three months by allocating extra time. When these children were evaluated by the UNICEF subsequently, 85% of these children had improved and reached a satisfactory level. There are several such examples.
Let us become partner in the ‘Gunotsav’.
Let us give some time for the development of our children as a guardian.
Friends, today’s age is that of learning rather than teaching. In this context watch a small video clip here… . I like it very much. I hope you too will like it
Teacher plays very essential role in the field of education who teaches students very nicely to be a person of good moral and behaviour. They make students academically superb and always encourage to do better in the life. They equip students with lots of knowledge, skills and positive attitudes so that students can never feel lost and go ahead. They help students to get sure about their goals of education through clear vision and ideas. Without teachers in the life one cannot grow mentally, socially and intellectually.
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