STTAR Reaches Great Milestone with Collaboration to Train 10,000 UP Teachersadmin
Saamarthya Teachers Training Academy of Research (STTAR), Ghaziabad, has reached a great milestone after the UP government collaborated with it to train 10,000 teachers in Information and Communications Technology (ICT) as a part of its five-point scheme.
The scheme was launched on Friday, 8th October 2021, in Lucknow, by Deputy Chief Minister, Dr. Dinesh Sharma, at a function attended by Shri Shishir Jaipuria, Chairman of Seth Anandram Jaipuria Group of Educational Institutions. The training programme will be a part of the five-point scheme inaugurated by the UP govt to promote quality education and support girl students in the state.
At the launch, Shri Dinesh Sharma reiterated the government’s commitment to providing quality education to the students of government schools and he praised the STTAR initiative to train 10,000 teachers.
Chairman Shishir Jaipuria lauded the government’s scheme in his address. He said, “The launch of the five-pledge scheme to promote quality education and improve learning outcomes in the government schools of Uttar Pradesh is indeed a laudable initiative.
I welcome it wholeheartedly and I am glad that Saamarthya Teachers Training Academy of Research has been given the opportunity to train 10,000 teachers of the government schools of UP in Information and Communications Technology in the online mode.”
STTAR will conduct the online training of 10,000 teachers as a part of its corporate social responsibility. All trainings will be conducted in the virtual mode by the expert trainers of STTAR in a timebound manner.