Infosys: Infosys founder talks about building 2,500 “train the teacher” colleges in India; Said to respect teachers


Infosys: Veteran software businessman NR Narayana Murthy on Wednesday invited 10,000 retired, highly skilled teachers from the world and India, experts in the fields of STEM, i.e. science, technology, engineering and mathematics, to draft a draft of the National Education Policy. Has advocated for expediting the results.

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Murthy said, “We should show a lot of respect to our teachers and researchers and give them better salaries. They are role models for our youth. We should also provide better facilities to our researchers. That’s why we set up Infosys in 2009.” Instituted the award. This is our small contribution to furthering research in India.”

The “train the teacher” program should be year-long, Murthy said at a press conference here where the Infosys Science Foundation announced the Infosys Awards 2023 in six categories.

Infosys founder N R Narayana Murthy said “Experts have told me that a set of four trainers can train 100 primary school teachers and 100 secondary school teachers in a year. We can train 250,000 primary schools every year with this method.” teachers and 250,000 secondary school teachers. These trained Indian teachers can also become trainers themselves over a period of five years.”

Murthy said, “We should pay about US$100,000 per year for each retired teacher. This twenty-year program will cost US$1 billion per year and US$20 billion for twenty years. Our country will soon India is targeting a GDP of five trillion US dollars, so I do not find it a big financial burden.

He said that if you think this is expensive, you should remember the words of Derek Bok, former president of Harvard University. He said, “If you think education is expensive, try ignorance”

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