ISLAMABAD    -   The 10-day workshop titled ‘Teachers Professional Training Workshop’ ended yesterday at Ch Rehmat Ali Memorial Trust Girls Education Complex.

Leading intellectual, educationist and writer Asghar Nadeem Syed, acting president of the Trust Dr Syed Usman Wasti and general secretary of the   and well known columnist / senior analyst Khalid Mahmood Rasool besides more than 90 teachers participated in the workshop.

Asghar Nadeem Syed congratulated the teachers who completed the workshop and said that the teachers should focus on development and research and hone their skills to perform their professional duties in an efficient manner. He said that a good teacher is always in search of knowledge and expands the scope of his knowledge, from which his students benefit to the fullest. A teacher’s job is not just to teach but to inspire, and create a sense of humour in the student, he added.  He said that it is the moral responsibility of the teacher to use all possible means to adorn his students with the ornaments of knowledge and to connect them with the library and research.

Dr Syed Usman Wasti said that scientific development in the society is not possible without promoting professional empowerment.  He also thanked   Asghar Nadeem Syed and appreciated his efforts and services for the development of education and literature.

Khalid Mehmood Rasool said that Ch Rehmat Ali Memorial Trust Education Board is   striving to promote research and evolutionary activities   for the students of this institution. Such workshops should continue in all institutions of Pakistan. He said that the people of Lahore have access to quality education facilities in the form of Ch Rehmat Ali Memorial Trust Education System. He said in the present era, there are few educational centres where students are provided with an environment where there is a library and all kinds of playgrounds.

Asghar Nadeem Syed also distributed certificates among the teachers who completed the workshop.