EMRS principal among 45 teachers given away national awards

Union Tribal Affairs Minister Arun Munda congratulated Sidharth Yonzone for his exemplary work in teaching and said this would motivate teachers of other schools to walk the road to excellence.

National Teachers' Award

New Delhi: President of India Droupadi Murmu conferred National Teachers’ Awards- 2022 to 45 most talented teachers, who were selected from all over the country on the occasion of Teachers’ Day today.

Principal of Eklavya Model Residential School (EMRS), Gangyap, Sikkim, Sidharth Yonzone is among the recipients, who were bestowed the award by the President at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi. Yonzone has demonstrated his commitment and diligence towards profession, by way of making remarkable contributions to elevate the status of EMRS Gangyap and take the school’s name to newer heights.

A press communique issued by the Press Information Bureau (PIB) said Yonzone most unique accomplishments constitute amalgamation of joyful learning techniques, such as that of making sports and music as epicentre of learning.

The Union Ministry of Education, Department of School Education & Literacy constituted an independent jury at national level to bestow the National Award to Teachers (NAT) for the year 2022. Yonzone made it to the list of 45 outstanding teachers from all over India selected after 3-stage rigorous online transparent process.

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PM with winners of National Awards to Teachers on the occasion of Teachers’ Day, in New Delhi on September 05, 2022.

EMRSs were started in the year 1997-98 to impart quality education to the scheduled tribe (ST) children in remote areas in order to enable them to avail of opportunities in high and professional educational courses and get employment in various sectors.

On the occasion the Minister of Tribal Affairs Arjun Munda said, “It is a proud moment for the Ministry to witness a tribal school teacher of EMRS emerging as a national awardee, for the third time. The exemplary work done by him shall motivate other school teachers to walk the road to excellence.”

Tribal Affairs Minister Munda congratulated Yonzone and said that the award was indeed a result of concerted efforts that the Ministry of Tribal Affairs is putting to enable the tribal schools and students to become part of mainstream and pave the way for brighter and successful future.

This award is a recognition for all the EMRS teachers and principals working hand-in-hand to raise the quality education standards for tribal students.

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