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Issues of English Subject & Teachers
« on: September 18, 2010, 07:45:15 AM »
State may have tie-up with UK for English teachers
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, February 15
The state government is exploring the possibility of a tie-up with the UK as well as the British Council for an institutionalised teachers'† †' †   '†  †''† †'    '†' '† †' †   '†' '† †' '†'    ''†  ' '† †'    '†''† †' †   '†' '† †' '†'    ''†  ' '† †'    '†'training programme in spoken English. The issue was discussed at a meeting of Chief Minster Parkash Singh Badal and British Minister for Business and Skills McFaden here today.

The Chief Minister has asked McFaden to facilitate a tie-up with renowned institutions in the UK under which British teachers could visit Punjab to train and improve the communication skills of teachers of the state. McFaden has promised to pursue the matter both with the UK government as well as the British Council.

It may be recalled here that the British Council is already engaged in similar programmes as Project English but Badal has sought to expand and institutionalised the same under a long-term regular arrangement.

McFaden is here to study water management and impact on climate change on the state'† †' †   '†  †''† †'    '†' '† †' †   '†' '† †' '†'    ''†  ' '† †'    '†''† †' †   '†' '† †' '†'    ''†  ' '† †'    '†' s economy, apart from educational exchange.

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« Reply #1 on: June 03, 2012, 01:40:19 PM »
English masters de rights nu lain lai hi EMA hond vich ayi hai......s sabandi karvai suru ho chuki hai.....j case di lod pai ta oh EMA du ara hi lagaya javega....puri tarah nal kanoonni pakh to jankari lain to baad......aje EMA duvara case lagaun da koi faisla nai lia gia...s lai s sambandi j kr koi tuhade to fund vaigaira lai reha ta apne risk te dena......vaise s di koi lod nai paini.....EMA tuhade rights lai k rehegi....so come under the flag of EMA to protect ur rights........

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« Reply #2 on: August 01, 2012, 08:08:43 PM »
Article of  Dear Friend Balraj Singh Sran, Goniana, Bathinda

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« Reply #3 on: August 01, 2012, 09:11:59 PM »
Bravo Balraj Singh Sran Ji,

    Dear, you have touched a very vulnerable issue of teaching of english in our Government schools of Punjab. I would like to draw your kind attention towards two more issues which are making our students weak on this front which are as follows:-

1. the present teachers  of this important subject (other than newly recruited english teachers, who're competent enough) at the secondary level are maximum those who got the promotion of Lecturer-in-English by the virtue of seniority as masters cadre whether they belong to any of the subjects viz; Science, Maths, S.St. Punjabi, & so on.......... What is it happening with the future of my Dear Punjab. The person who is not having the elective subject as english at the graduation level; the person who had taught all the years subject other than English; How he/she can do the justice with this subject/students. Same is the case with other subjects too. This trend(of Promotion) should be stopped with the immediate effect for the betterment of any of the subjects.

2. In the present scenario it presents a very dismal & gloomy picture that being called an international language; the condition of English language is in a very depleting and deplorable condition, which should be rectified for the betterment of our coming generations. As you have stated that S.S.Masters/Mistresses are under pressure of showing the results of these two impotant subjects; definitely they are.

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« Reply #4 on: August 01, 2012, 11:38:09 PM »
i totally agree with u vinay g.our promotion policy needs to b reviewed.i personally know many teachers who got promotions as eng lectrures.but they are unable to write correct sentence or speak a single line.a person who teaches sci,s.st or any other sub can not justify with eng.and same rule is applicable in all subjects.

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« Reply #5 on: September 20, 2012, 05:30:18 PM »
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Thu, Sep 20, 2012

New unique test to assess English communication skill

Kolkata, Sep 20 (PTI) To help business organisations and other institutions assess English communication skills of its employees or students, the British Council has now come up with a unique international test which can be given either online, on pen and paper and even on the telephone. With Aptis, one can assess the ability of an adult in all four English skills – speaking, listening, reading and writing. "It is uniquely flexible and accessible test. It allows you to test the skills relevant to your requirements accurately, and get results within 24 hours," Mark Walker, director of Examinations at British Council, told reporters here. Integrating the medium of computer, telephone and pen and paper delivery, the assessment tool allows candidates to take the test from many locations around the world. Available in 15 different packages, it allows the user to choose which skills need to be tested. Walker said that the test can be used as a diagnostic tool for identifying the strengths and weaknesses of students or employees. The content of Aptis can be adapted to suit a specific domain, such as teaching or travel and tourism, as well as customized to suit specific cultural contexts and variants of English. PTI NIK RG DBR

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« Reply #6 on: September 22, 2012, 03:57:32 PM »
our students of govt. schools can't compete properly with public schools whether govt. is doing a lot through digital lab/lib. to improve the quality. DISGRAPHIA is also a main problem among students means most of the students are afraid of english. Punjabi medium is compulsory till 8th and this factor also effects enrollment in govt. schools becoz students come to govt. schools from private schools want to take english or hindi medium which is not possible in govt. schools. Moreover students of govt. schools don't take med/non med. subjects in 11-12 classes just due to english fear. Is n't it?
                                 
                                                     your views are welcome.
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« Reply #7 on: September 23, 2012, 01:06:51 PM »
our students of govt. schools can't compete properly with public schools whether govt. is doing a lot through digital lab/lib. to improve the quality. DISGRAPHIA is also a main problem of students means most of the students are afraid of ENGLISH. Punjabi medium is compulsory till 8th and this factor also affects enrollment in govt. schools becoz students come to govt. schools from private schools want to take english or hindi medium which is not possible in govt. schools. Moreover students of govt. schools don't take med./nonmed. subjects in 11-12th classes just due to english fear and they have read all sub. in punjabi medium at lower level. Is n't it .............................................your views are welcome
« Last Edit: September 23, 2012, 01:33:53 PM by neeru »

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« Reply #8 on: September 23, 2012, 03:46:44 PM »
our students of govt. schools can't compete properly with public schools whether govt. is doing a lot through digital lab/lib. to improve the quality. DISGRAPHIA is also a main problem of students means most of the students are afraid of ENGLISH. Punjabi medium is compulsory till 8th and this factor also affects enrollment in govt. schools becoz students come to govt. schools from private schools want to take english or hindi medium which is not possible in govt. schools. Moreover students of govt. schools don't take med./nonmed. subjects in 11-12th classes just due to english fear and they have read all sub. in punjabi medium at lower level. Is n't it .............................................your views are welcome
Most Respectable Neeru ji,
                          Most humbly, let me make it clear to you that our students are more capable than that of the private organisations, diference only lies with that latter belongs to a social class who is having Silver Spoon in Mouth; If we people guide them, instead at the present juncture, of course, we're all guiding them also; as I have seen the students who're coming to us in the 6th class are totally different from those of their counter-parts studying the same Govt. schools some years back. Bravo; our learned and industrious staff, who with their undying efforts have created an atmosphere in the Primary Schools. I got bewildered to see the confidence of those students who for the last 3-4 years are coming to our schools. Salute to your efforts. The students studying in the Pvt. institutions are totally blank; they don't know even the name of a single plant; they can't swim in the ponds, they cannot climb a tree, they cannot know the complexities of the real life, they are captivated in the A/C homes, cars, Schools having all these amenities but on the contrary our students are having a little phobia, which we can eradicate and I am working in this direction to let them know how to communicate in English and I am of the firm view that the Day is not too far when everyone of the society will feel proud of the students of Government Schools. That day is not too far............. Hum Honge Kamyaab................
thanks with warm regards.
« Last Edit: September 23, 2012, 03:49:28 PM by vineysharma »

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« Reply #9 on: September 23, 2012, 04:14:00 PM »
maasha allha,vinay ji,kya takrir ki hai,par is juban a englishstan ko achhi tarah apne taalib a elamo ko shikhana bhi jaruri hai,is k liay hindi ja angreji mai sikhaanay ki kawayat shuru kar deni chahiay,wasay hindi agar pahli ja dusri mai lag jaay to kya khayal hai?
« Last Edit: September 23, 2012, 04:17:49 PM by Varinder »

 

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