Hyderabad: “For quality education, an increase in number of teachers is necessary,” said Prof. Amir Ullah Khan, Economist & Professor of Dr. Marri Channa Reddy Human Resource Development Institute (MCRHRDI), Hyderabad today at Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU) in the panel discussion “Education in G-20 Countries” organized by Centre for Professional Development of Urdu Medium Teachers (CPDUMT), MANUU as part of UGC’s University Connect initiative. Prof. Siddiqui Mohammad Mahmood, OSDII was the moderator.
Prof. Syed Najamul Hasan, Department of Mathematics and Ms. Vivienne Valles Thomas, USA were the other panelists.
The experts emphasized on the importance of teachers,classrooms and technology in education in G20 countries.
In the discussion, the initiative of G20 and its objectives, importance of its presidency, the educational situation in G20 countries, the need and effectiveness of mutual cooperation, technical resources and the role of private institutions were discussed in detail.
The experts gave satisfactory answers to the questions raised by the participants.
Earlier, Prof. Mohd Abdul Sami Siddiqui, Director, CPDUMT welcomed the panelist and participants.
Dr. Misbah Anzar, Assistant Professor proposed vote of thanks.
Large number of students and teachers were present. Caps with G20 logo were also distributed among the students on this occasion.