Secondary teachers set to receive further training in India

High Commissioner of India Shri Inbasekar Sundaramurthi (left) greeting students from Gordon Secondary School during his recent visit. Nationalpic by JOEL HAMARI

GORDON Secondary School teachers will be going to India for further training under the sponsorship of the Indian Government.
“The aim is to help develop human resources for Papua New Guinea,” Indian High Commissioner to PNG Shri Inbasekar Sundaramurthi said.
“This country is blessed with national resources and we find potential in this country.
“The youths are hardworking.
“Our duty as a brotherly Indian nation is to provide capacity building to PNG.
“This programme is for graduates.
“We send them to India and we will train them.
“There are so many courses – health, education, engineering, so on, they can select courses which are important to them.
“We will also bring teachers from India here to train them – the school can also propose to train a couple of teacher using zoom because of the threat of the Coronavirus (Covid-19.”
School principal George Kenega said the opportunity given by the Indian government to train teachers and students “is welcoming news”.