Army launches training program for teachers
Srinagar: As part of its Skill Development Programme, 14th battalion of Rashtriya Rifles under the aegis of Kilo Force has launched a pilot project ‘Authrout’ (helping hands) in Kashmir.
In a statement, a spokesman of 14 RR said under the programme, the teachers of Army Goodwill Schools of Bandipora and Sharifabad will be imparted training.
“Six teachers of these schools are being imparted training at SBS School, Noida. The aim of this programme was to provide opportunities to compare, learns, exchange ideas and knowledge to enhance their professional development,” the spokesman said.
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