In recognition of their TPO 2017 achievement, the State Council of Educational Research and Training (#SCERT), Government of Maharashtra, has announced additional points for the eight winning teachers from government schools/institutions in the state, towards the STATE TEACHER AWARDS.
One of the five teacher education institutes with maximum winners at CENTA TPO 2017, Smt. Kapila Khandvala College of Education Mumbai celebrate its winners, Ms. Ekta Dadlani and Ms. Sneh Gohil. The institute also won a Dell desktop PC!
CENTA TPO 2017 winners shine at world’s biggest education conference, GESF in Dubai
On March 17-18, 2018, TPO 2017 Subject Toppers not only got a chance to meet, interact and learn from some of the biggest global changemakers in education, but were also felicitated by Professor Oon Seng Tan, Director of National Institute of Education Singapore.
CENTA TPO 2017 government school winners from Delhi were felicitated by Secretary, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India, Mr. Anil Swarup on March 20, 2018.
“This is the best thing that has happened to me in a long time. I am happy that this will enable me reach out to schools far and wide, and contribute to the country's education in many more meaningful ways.”
Mansa Pande, CENTA TPO 2015 National Topper, receiving her award from Mr. Andy Homden, CEO, Consilium Education at KINSES 2016, Dubai.
A reputed school chain presented cash awards to its' Top 3 TPO 2016 rank-holders.
North-East regional winners of CENTA's Teaching Professionals' Olympiad (TPO) 2016 being felicitated at the Guwahati Sahodaya School Complex.
One of the TPO 2016 Subject Toppers was awarded a considerable salary increment on account of his TPO performance.
Ms. Vasudha Singh, CENTA TPO 2016 Regional Rank 1, featured in a North-Eastern newspaper-Purvanchal Prahari.
Two teachers in Hyderabad experience promotion to Vice Principal's role and selection for a special two-week professional development programme respectively.
“This wall is to motivate the other teachers to aspire to grow professionally and set greater milestones for their own selves. Each time they go past that wall and see the names of their colleagues, they will know that they too can do it. And for my students and their parents, the wall getting updated regularly is assurance enough that they are in professionally sound hands.”
Ms. Asha Narayanan, Principal of Lodha World School in Thane, on the ‘wall of fame’ the school has put up to honour its CENTA TPO winners and CENTA Certified teachers.