Lucknow, June 23 : Ms Anju Singh, a teacher of City Montessori School, Station Road campus has entered the ‘Centa Wall of Fame’ for her outstanding teaching talent and professional skills. Ms Anju Singh has won this recognition for her exceptional performance in the CENTA Teaching Professional Olympiad and CENTA Teaching Quotient Test (CENTA TQ) organized at all India level under the aegis of Center for Teacher Accreditation (CENTA). This information was given by Chief Public Relations Officer of CMS, Shri Hari Om Sharma. Shri Sharma informed that Ms. Anju Singh has excelled in the Primary Level Maths Teaching Competition and for this achievement, her name will be displayed on the ‘Centa Wall of Fame’. Under this competition, the participating teachers were tested on three main parameters, Subject Expertise, Classroom Communication and Elements of Verbal Communication. CMS Founder, Dr Jagdish Gandhi congratulated Ms Anju Singh for her achievement and wished her success in her future endeavours.
Mr Sharma further informed that CENTA teaching test acts as the benchmark for teaching excellence of teachers which is accepted all over the country. The objective of the CENTA Teaching Quotient Test is to encourage and catalyze the development of extra-teaching talents and skills of teachers. CENTA tests teachers on the basis of their subject wise knowledge, experience and high academic standards. Thus, by recognizing the abilities of teachers and developing their talents, qualitative changes can be brought about in their performance in non-teaching work.