New Delhi: Primary Plus Media launched the inaugural issue of “Teach Primary” magazine Jul. 21at the British Council, New Delhi. Luminaries from the field of education and media graced the occasion and discussed various aspects of effective and pragmatic teaching practices necessary for a bright and prosperous India.
“How to impart a holistic education, with an inclusive system of education that will make youngsters able citizens capable of living up to the world-class standards of learning, is what matters. “Teach Primary” is a small step towards achieving this goal,” said Sandeep Marwah President of Marwah Studios.
Alan Gemmell, director, British Council Library, presided over the event, which included Pooja Bedi, editor, “Teach Primary,” Deepak Narwal, economic senator, Europe, Sandeep Marwah, director, Marwah Studios, and last but not least, Padma Bhushan Dr. Shyama Chona, President, Tamana.
At the launch, Manbir Bedi, group editor, Primary Plus Media, said, “We need to plunge into much-needed reforms of our education system. Education can no longer be confined to a classroom. Greater importance has to be given to teachers’ training and to set a target of training.