Teachers’ Training will bring transformation in CBSE schools: Anurag 

New Delhi. The secretary CBSE, Mr. Anurag Tripathi says that transformation in CBSE schools will come only by the training of teachers. The CBSE has introduced mandatory training of teachers for schools in the latest amendments of CBSE bye-laws.  The schools have to pay attention to the learning of moral values by the children. The students must learn values with academic and co-curricular education in the school. This is only possible by bringing transformation among teachers. We need passionate teachers who love children and enjoy teaching students. 
The secretary CBSE, Anurag Tripathi addressed the principals and teachers of schools in an education conclave and School Leadership Awards at a 5-star hotel organized by UDAAN- The Center of Theater Art and Child Development. The Secretary, NCERT Major Harsh Kumar was the Guest of Honour and the Vice Chancellor of Netaji Subhash Technical University Prof. JP Saini presided over the function. The General Secretary of Action Committee of Un-aided recognized schools Delhi, Mr. Bharat Arora, Editorial Board of EduAdvice Ved Tandon, Rohit Bajaj, President of Affordable Private Schools’ Association, Lakshya Chhabaria, Anshul Tyagi, Ravindra Yadav, RK Tandon, and Abhishek Giri welcomed the guests of the conclave. The principals and teachers of schools were present in large number at the conclave. The school leadership awards were given for the outstanding work of the teachers and principals in the field of education. 
The Governing Body Members of CBSE, Mrs. Jyoti Arora, Mrs. Vandana Tondon and Mr. Chailesh Chand was also honored in the conclave.
Mr. Anurag Tripathi said that the education system needs the revolution. This is only possible for teachers training. The schools must allocate a special budget for them in school and external training of the teachers.  He said that the school must provide training before introducing to children in schools. He said that the schools must give priority to vocational and skill development of the children. He said that schools are creating toppers but we need leaders who can make India a strong Nation. The principals and teachers are the leaders who can make the future of our children. The educators need life long learning attitude and passion towards education rather than quality knowledge. Mr. Tripathi also said that the role of parents is equally important in the upbringing of the children. The parents must teach family values and respect towards elders in their life. They take even habits like reading good books. Major Harsh Kumar said the effective role of parents. He said that, as well as parents with the teachers, should come forward to build children's future.  
Chancellor of the Netaji Subhash  Technical University Prof. JP Saini emphasized the investigative and Moral value education. He said he has to start at the University of the allocated budget for it. Principals and school heads during the conclave also represented their problems and challenges to Mr. Tripathi. The Principal of Mount Abu Public School Ms. Jyoti Arora gave several recommendations to the chair to bring changes in the curriculum. After the CBSE Secretary invited suggestions for changes to all school heads. He said he would consider replies tips all. Festival director Sanjay tuteja of EduAdvice highlighted also in academia all changes. On the occasion, Chairman of Action Committee of Un-aided Recognised school Mr. SK Bhattacharya was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award.