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CIRDI – LAUNCHED ON WORLD TEACHERS’ DAY

October 09
18:49 2021

Centre for individual resource development international (CIRDI) was launched on 5th October, a day which is also celebrated all around the globe as World Teacher’s Day. It pays a fitting tribute to the teachers world over as the very existence of CIRDI is to empower teachers by offering them a platform to excel, explore and upgrade their knowledge and skills. The brain child of President Dr. Suresh Nair and Secretary Mrs. Deepa Desai, CIRDI is a platform where teachers and educators are maneuvered to outpace  their present proficiency and mentor the student community through local and international mentorship.

In his welcome address President Dr. Suresh Nair, shared his vision for CIRDI which is to be the centre of possibilities for educationists, corporate and social organizations in bringing sustainable development towards economic, literacy, inclusion and individual aspirations which will help in the growth and evolution of teachers.

Dr. A.P. Jayaraman, former Nuclear Scientist-BARC, the guest speaker at the event in his speech equated E (education) = F (future). Emphasizing the role of teachers, he urged the teachers to be reflective and chalked a larger responsibility for teachers as navigators, pathfinders, counselors and confidants. Furthermore Dr. Jayaraman inaugurated the CIRDI website (www.cirdi.in) to have increased accessibility and also to establish credibility.

Mrs. Monica Naithani, Head – Times NIE – The Times of India, in her speech drew parallels from education in the past to the present and also discussed the need to revamp the present system of education as it places heavy burden on a student during the process of learning. She highlighted the role of spirituality in the traditional way of learning to the evolved pattern which is a result of western influence and shared her views on the massive transformation in the field of education which the world will be witnessing in the coming years. CIRDINEWS (bi-monthlynews letter) was also inaugurated by Mrs. Naithani on the occasion.

The ceremony concluded with a vote of thanks proposed by the Secretary of CIRDI Mrs. Deepa Desai.

Centre for individual resource development international (CIRDI) was launched on 5th October, a day which is also celebrated all around the globe as World Teacher’s Day. It pays a fitting tribute to the teachers world over as the very existence of CIRDI is to empower teachers by offering them a platform to excel, explore and upgrade their knowledge and skills. The brain child of President Dr. Suresh Nair and Secretary Mrs. Deepa Desai, CIRDI is a platform where teachers and educators are maneuvered to outpace  their present proficiency and mentor the student community through local and international mentorship.

In his welcome address President Dr. Suresh Nair, shared his vision for CIRDI which is to be the centre of possibilities for educationists, corporate and social organizations in bringing sustainable development towards economic, literacy, inclusion and individual aspirations which will help in the growth and evolution of teachers.

Dr. A.P. Jayaraman, former Nuclear Scientist-BARC, the guest speaker at the event in his speech equated E (education) = F (future). Emphasizing the role of teachers, he urged the teachers to be reflective and chalked a larger responsibility for teachers as navigators, pathfinders, counselors and confidants. Furthermore Dr. Jayaraman inaugurated the CIRDI website (www.cirdi.in) to have increased accessibility and also to establish credibility.

Mrs. Monica Naithani, Head – Times NIE – The Times of India, in her speech drew parallels from education in the past to the present and also discussed the need to revamp the present system of education as it places heavy burden on a student during the process of learning. She highlighted the role of spirituality in the traditional way of learning to the evolved pattern which is a result of western influence and shared her views on the massive transformation in the field of education which the world will be witnessing in the coming years. CIRDINEWS (bi-monthlynews letter) was also inaugurated by Mrs. Naithani on the occasion.

The ceremony concluded with a vote of thanks proposed by the Secretary of CIRDI Mrs. Deepa Desai.

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