Humiliation, punishments to children at home and school be eliminated: Speakers

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KHAIRPUR: The speakers at a training workshop have urged that physical and humiliation punishments at homes and schools may be eliminated because psychologically it creates frustration and stress among the students.

Legal Rights Forum (LRF) in collaboration with Save the Children and Department of Teacher Education jointly organizing a Training Program for capacitating 150 B. Ed & M. Ed Students at Shah Abdul Latif University (SALU), Khairpur as part of their ongoing project on Child Protection in Sindh. The training program is aimed at to capacitate young teachers and students in innovative ways of positive discipline and classroom management.

Prof. Dr. Khalil Ahmed Ibupoto, Vice Chancellor, SALU Khairpur while inaugurating the training workshop on Positive Disciplining, Classroom Management, and Child Protection for B. Ed & M. Ed Students at SALU said, teaching is a great profession and young teachers are expected to benefit from world’s best practices of positive discipline and class management.

Speaking at the inaugural ceremony, Prof. Dr. Khalil Ahmed Ibupoto stressed on the need to think beyond curriculum taught in the class rooms and he welcomed organizations like Legal Rights Forum and Save the Children to strengthen university programs in this regard.

Prof. Dr. Taj Muhammad Lashari, Dean, Faculty of Social Science, Manzoor Hussain Larik, Dean Faculty of Law, Malik Tahir Iqbal, CEO, Legal rights Forum, Ms Farzana Jabeen Khoso, Incharge Department of Teacher Education, Ms Tania Atzaz, Program Coordinator, Save the Children Pakistan, Shahid Shafiq, Senior Faculty Member, Sindh Judicial Academy,  Sajjad Ali Lolai, Project Coordinator-LRF also spoke at the Inaugural session of the training programme.