Chennai: HDFC Bank launched a manual of innovative teaching ideas called Navachar Pustika. Navachar Pustika (Innovations Handbook), is a compilation of innovative teaching ideas contributed by teachers themselves. These zero cost, high impact ideas are part of HDFC Bank’s ‘Teaching-the-Teacher’ (3T) programme under #Parivartan, the umbrella CSR of then Bank. The 3T programme is run in partnership with Sri Aurobindo Society, said a press release.
The innovation manual for city was launched by chief guest Chief Minister, Puducherry V Narayanasamy in the presence of HDFC Bank officials Cluster Head, Retail Branch Banking Balaji Krishnamachary Ramanujam and Zonal Head, Government and Institutional Business, Vishal Bhatia and Sri Aurobindo officials director Sambrant Sharma and member – executive, Vijay N Poddar.
“Teachers are an important part of the nation building process for it is education that creates the most significant impact in the overall economic and social development of society,” said group head – HDFC Bank, Ashima Bhat. “The Teaching-the-Teachers (3T) programme under Parivartan, we believe, makes education more contemporary and dynamic by involving teachers to think of innovative ways of imparting knowledge in class rooms.”