Northeast’s first grasp coach programme organized at Tezpur College
TEZPUR: A 3-day UGC sponsored programme on coaching of grasp trainers on Group Based mostly Participatory Analysis (CBPR) was held below the aegis of Unnat Bharat Abhiyan 2.0 of the Union Ministry of Training on the North Jap Regional Centre, Tezpur College. 36 educating and analysis professionals from numerous faculties and universities from the area participated within the programme. The members have been drawn from the States of Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram and Tripura. One of many seven regional centres throughout India, Tezpur College carried out the programme as a bunch of the North-Jap Zone. The target of the programme was to introduce academicians and analysis professionals to Group Based mostly Participatory Analysis and to coach them to know the processes and challenges in improvement and community-based communication. The grasp trainers will subsequently convey the acquired data and experience to the scholars in accordance with the UGC-proposed two credit score course on group engagement for UG and PG college students to be launched in accordance with the targets of the Nationwide Training Coverage 2020. Throughout this programme, the grasp trainers visited the close by villages of the college, particularly, Harigaon, Jharoni and Napaam, for arms on coaching on group primarily based participatory communication and analysis. Dr. Rajesh Tandon, Founder-President, Society for Participatory Analysis in Asia (PRIA) and Pradyut Bhattacharjee, Co-Founder and Former Govt Director, Seven Sisters Growth Help (SeSTA) graced the programme as useful resource individuals.
Progressive thought competitors held in Tezpur College