NITTTR also works to connect traditions of different countries: CC Tripathi

Bhopal: The ITEC program for foreign teachers and the training program for ITI training officers concluded at NITTTR, Bhopal. Taking feedback from the participants, NITTTR Director rof CC Tripathi said that our resources are always open for you. NITTTR also works to connect the educational and cultural traditions of different countries. 30 participants from six countries of the world participated in the ITEC program. Giving the example of Bhutan, Prof. CC Tripathi said that today when controlling carbon emissions has become a big challenge for the whole world, Bhutan has become a carbon negative country. Which can be a source of inspiration for all of us.

The world should learn from Bhutan how the people of Bhutan have shown their sensitivity towards the environment. Bhutan’s forests absorb about 90 lakh tonnes of carbon dioxide a year. Whereas the total carbon emissions from this country every year are less than 40 lakh tonnes. Programs are being organized for foreign teachers continuously for a month at NITTTR Bhopal, which include international collaboration for inclusive education & women entrepreneurship and startups with innovation. Participants from different countries include Bhutan, Indonesia, Niger Mauritius, Malawi, Tajikistan, Ghana, Kazakhstan, Bulgaria, Botswana, Chile, Uzbekistan etc. Participants from different countries also presented cultural programs.

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