Saturday, February 28, 2015

Tamilnadu Board of Continuing Education promotes quality of life improvement of poor and needy.


Dr.Malcolm S.Adiseshiah  Award presented to Mr.George IPS in 2004
Tamilnadu Board of Continuing Education promotes quality of life improvement of poor and needy. Tamilnadu Board of Continuing Education. Malcolm Sathiyanathan Adiseshiah is the founder and the first president of Tamilnadu Board of Continuing Education. Subsequently Dr.Jayagopal, Shri.Rangabashyam IAS(Retd) served as the Presidents of Tamilnadu Board of Continuing Education and currently Dr.K.Govindaraju is serving as the President of Tamilnadu Board of Continuing Education. The Tamilnadu Board of Continuing Education had its beginning in the Adult and Continuing Education program in 1975.  It was subsequently upgraded as parent body of State Resource Centre for Adult, Continuing Education with the aim of  planned involvement of NGOs and Government Departments for in community
Prof.Ratna Natarajan Secretary TNBCE addresses
extension activities. The Tamilnadu Board of Continuing Education introduced the concept of Continuing Education Programmes to meet the variety of educational needs of neo-literates youths and community as per the guidelines of Government of India. The extension activities of the Tamilnadu Board of Continuing Education are mainly focused on educational interventions to create awareness among communities about various social issues related to peoples’ life. The Tamilnadu Board of Continuing Education has brought out reading materials on various issues, including for neo-literates. Documentation and dissemination of teaching-learning materials for Adult and continuing Education has also been one of the functions of the Tamilnadu Board of Continuing Education.  A serious effort is being made to bring down the illiteracy rate and the dropout percentage in schools through a coordinated effort by non-governmental organisations, educationists and volunteers. Malcolm S. Adiseshiah and Mc Levy awards, were instituted by the Tamil Nadu Board of Continuing Education in recognition of concrete efforts taken by the officials,NGOs and Individuals for the promotion of Continuing education for the equivalency Education program, Quality of life improvement of poor and needy population, livelihood promotion and individual interest and communal harmony and national integration programs. Literacy Day, women’s day etc are regularly celebrated by Tamilnadu Board of Continuing Education.-Govin

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