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On November 23, 2022, the 'Mor Mayaru Guruji' program run by the Chhattisgarh State Commission for Protection of Child Rights was selected for the Scotch Award (Silver). The award will be presented to the State Commission for Protection of Child Rights in New Delhi.
- The state commission for protection of child rights was announced to receive the Scotch Award at an online event. Many states from all over the country participated in it.
- From Chhattisgarh, Chhattisgarh State Child Rights Protection Commission Chairperson Mrs. Tejkunwar Netam, members Mrs. Pushpa Patle, Mrs. Asha Santosh Yadav, Mrs. Sangeeta Gajbhiye, Mr. Sonal Kumar Gupta, Mr. Augustine Bernard and Secretary Mr. Prateek Khare also participated in the program.
- It is noteworthy that this honor is given by the Scotch institution after evaluation in a phased manner at about 7 levels from enrollment to the final stage.
- It is worth mentioning that through the 'Mor Mayaru Guruji' program of Chhattisgarh State Commission for Protection of Child Rights, teachers are trained in an interesting way through sports and other activities to protect child rights. Through this program, the Commission has trained about 2 thousand teachers of the state.
- This program has been designed in an interesting way. Its duration has been kept only 2 to 3 hours, so that teachers can easily accept it.
- The commission believes that the relationship between a teacher and a child lasts from 5 years to 12 years and in the meanwhile the personality of the teacher has a deep impact on the children. Keeping this in mind, including child rights, what things have to be emphasized and what shortcomings have to be rectified by teachers while talking to children and teaching, all these topics have been included in the program 'Mor Mayaru Guruji'.
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