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Teacher from Kathua bring laurels to Jammu and Kashmir

Last Updated on February 18, 2022 at 10:01 pm

Another pearl in the string of achievements of district Kathua was added with the selection of Harpreet Singh, a teacher posted in GHS Logate, to represent the UT at the 2nd National Indian Science Techno Festival 2022.

 Under the umbrella of ‘Azaadi ka Mahotsav’ several activities & events are being organised across the nation with the active participation of students, teachers, officials and other stakeholders.

In the same vein, Indian Science techno Festival (ISFT2022) is being held in affiliation with ‘Vigyan Prasar’ Department of Science and Technology, Government of India, Raman Science and Technology Foundation (Gujarat), National Council of Teacher Scientists, (NCTS) and APJ Abdul Kalam National Institute of Young Scientists.

The Indian Science Techno Festival (ISTF 2022) was organized by the combined council in the last week of January in which teachers and students interested in Science and Mathematics participated and competed at the national level on virtual platforms.

A competition among teachers in Mathematics and Science from Primary to Higher Secondary was conducted in  three categories viz Innovative Teaching Learning Model Presentation, Science Short Story Presentation and Innovative Teaching Methodology Presentation.

 Many teachers from the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir also participated in the competition after a grueling selection process at zonal & district and a total of two teachers were selected to represent the UT at national level.

Arshad Hussain from Kishtwar district and  Harpreet Singh of Kathua district outshined other competitors and ensured their place in mathematics and  science subjects respectively & were placed among the top ten selections for the national level competition.

The next stage of the competition was organized from 15th to 18th February, 2022 and results are awaited.