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"Content should be easy to comprehend for students & teachers"

PTI | Chennai | Updated: 13-07-2019 20:46 IST | Created: 13-07-2019 20:46 IST
"Content should be easy to comprehend for students & teachers"

"Content should be easy to comprehend for students & teachers" Chennai, Jul 13 (PTI): Content should be made easy to comprehend for both students and teachers, Union minister Mahendra Nath Pandey said here Saturday. The Skill Development and Entrepreneurship Minister, on a brief visit to the city, was speaking at the 14th General Body Meeting of the National Instructional Media Institute here.

The minister held discussions on how skill training can be more easily delivered with the latest technical and interactive applications across DGT institutes. "Visited National Instructional Media Institute, Chennai.

Discussed abt how content delivery of skill training in DGT (Directorate General of Training) institutes can be improvised with the latest technical and interactive mediums. Content should be easy to comprehend for both student and teacher", he wrote in his official Twitter account. The Minister also kicked off a tree plantation drive at the institute.

Pandey shared images of his meetings at the institute on Twitter The National Instructional Media Institute is an autonomous body under the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Directorate General of Training, New Delhi. It has been functioning as a nodal agency to develop instructional materials, train media developers, and to promote research in the field of development of instructional materials and offer consultancy services..



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