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The provision of foreign training for the officers in teacher educators service begins for the first time in the history of colleges of education….

frUnder the instructions of The Minister of Education Akila Viraj Kariyawasam, the air tickets were given recently at the ministry of education to 35 officers who had never been given any foreign training so far in the history of the colleges of education to follow a two weeks training in the Utara University in Malaysia under the capacity building foreign training program.  

Under the first stage of this program 35 qualified officers of the teacher educators’ service left for foreign training on 25th of last month and another 35 officers leave this time under the second stage of the same program. While exchanging his ideas with the group at this occasion, the minister of education said that two billion rupees have already been allocated by the government for providing local and foreign trainings to the teachers.

The minister further mentioned at this occasion to take the advantage of that and to give maximum contribution for the promotion of quality of the education of trainees who pass out of the colleges of education.    

The second batch who received the air tickets from the minister of education recently under the capacity building foreign training program 2017 will leave the island on 09th of November and the first batch that has already left the country for their training is scheduled to return to the island on the same day.    

 

1.     The provision of foreign training for the officers in teacher educators service begins for the first time in the history of colleges of education….

 

Under the instructions of The Minister of Education Akila Viraj Kariyawasam, the air tickets were given recently at the ministry of education to 35 officers who had never been given any foreign training so far in the history of the colleges of education to follow a two weeks training in the Utara University in Malaysia under the capacity building foreign training program. 

 

Under the first stage of this program 35 qualified officers of the teacher educators’ service left for foreign training on 25th of last month and another 35 officers leave this time under the second stage of the same program. While exchanging his ideas with the group at this occasion, the minister of education said that two billion rupees have already been allocated by the government for providing local and foreign trainings to the teachers. The minister further mentioned at this occasion to take the advantage of that and to give maximum contribution for the promotion of quality of the education of trainees who pass out of the colleges of education.   

 

The second batch who received the air tickets from the minister of education recently under the capacity building foreign training program 2017 will leave the island on 09th of November and the first batch that has already left the country for their training is scheduled to return to the island on the same day.   

 

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