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Tripura Model to be followed to train 42 lakh teachers across country: Ratan (2/10/2020) 
The NCERT (National Council for Educational Research and Training) has decided to try Tripura as a model to train 42 lakh teachers across the country, Education Minister Ratan Lal Nath said on Sunday. Addressing the media after visiting a city school, he said, the NCERT is very happy to see progress of Tripura teachers in a very short time. Thus, it has pressed Tripura as a model before the country. The NCERT will, very soon, train teachers teaching in the range of classes 1 to 8 throughout the country. And, for their training, NCERT will follow Tripura model. Recently, a research has been conducted in Delhi on the teachers of Tripura; he said adding that 95 percent of the Tripura teachers were very good at their work. Nath also informed media that the state government was contemplating to organize special coachings for 14,000 weak students before the final exams scheduled to start from 20 this month. “From this month finals are going to get started. We are approaching every school to conduct parent teacher meeting. More than 100 officers have been engaged to supervise this novel procedure. The motive of the initiative is to build confidence among the weak students. Special measures are being taken to address them before the exams. We want that no student should come to school in fear of exams. Exam-phobia has a greater impact on the studies, our motive is to conduct statewide exams in a festive manner” Nath hoped.

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