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RAJOURI: Prof. Javed Musarrat, Vice Chancellor Baba Ghulam Shah Badshah University (BGSBU) visited Indian Embassy School at Riyadh, Saudi Arabia and delivered a talk to the students, teachers and management of the school.
Speaking on the occasion, Prof. Musarrat said that the cultivation of a broader set of skills and dispositions beyond core content knowledge is critical, and teachers must merit the investment of more time in the classroom. He said that schools should not only focus on the tools necessary for the construction of new knowledge in various fields of study, but also should cultivate a culture that nurtures creativity among the students.
He said that to meet the future expectations teachers must depart from the old ideas and should develop learning dispositions needed for future. Prof. Musarrat advised the students to think beyond the boundaries of possibilities and must chase their dreams to become global leaders.
Prof. Musarrat emphasized on the need of innovative thinking and smart learning. He lauded the Management of the Indian Embassy School for providing world-class infrastructure to the students. A large number of students, teachers , members of management and guest were present on the occasion.
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