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MODEL SHOW: Exhibits put up by teachers who underwent a technical training course on display at Government Model School campus, Saidapet, on Tuesday. Photo: S. Thanthoni
CHENNAI: Students of the Technical Teachers Training Course put up an art exhibition at the Government Model High School in Saidapet on Monday.
The three-month certificate course offered by the Government is compulsory for those aspiring to be an art teacher in a Government or Government-aided school.
"This training programme is equivalent to the B. Ed training teachers have to undergo. It is compulsory for teachers of art, music and sewing. This year in Chennai, we have trained aspiring art teachers. The training is given free of cost," said Dr. D. Rajendran, Chief Educational Officer, Chennai.
The paintings and models on display were made for the practical examination. The students have to take a theory examination next month.
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