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Ishwardi secondary teachers get online training

29 January 2022
Ishwardi secondary teachers get online training


Ishwardi (Pabna) Correspondent :
Training activities of online classes for secondary level teachers have been inaugurated at Ishwardi in Corona situation. On Thursday (January 27) morning, the training activities were inaugurated at Sheikh Russell Digital Lab of Ishwardi Girls School and College by P. M. Imrul Kayes, Upazila Nirbahi Officer.
Principal Aslam Hossain.of Girls School and College presided over the programme while Upazila Secondary Education Officer Selim Akhter delivered the welcome speech conducted by Ariful Islam, Academic Supervisor.
It is known that school teachers are facing various problems to take classes online. This day-long training is organized to give easy solutions to their problems. 450 students participated in this special training for taking online classes.

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