Training conducted for school teachers at DIET Leh.

    Publish Date: March 22, 2024
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    Training conducted for school teachers at DIET Leh.
    Leh, Mar 20, 2024: A training for the school-selected teachers known as ambassadors, and for the heads of the institution was conducted by the Department of Health and DIET Leh on March 19.
    It was informed that for the effective implementation of the School Health & Wellness Programme, teams have been constituted at zone, district, and UT levels. During the training, the teams interacted with the heads of the institution, School Ambassadors, and messengers regarding the effective implementation of SHWP. They have discussed various advantages of the program and challenges while implementing the SHWP.
    In accordance with the programme, district monitoring teams comprising the Health and Education Department, have been assigned to monitor the schools located in Leh zone. They will assess the implementation of the SHWP under Ayushman Bharat.
    It was further informed that they have divided the teams into two groups: Team A and Team B. Team A will monitor HS Likir, MS Likir, HS Basgo, and MS Basgo Zasa. Meanwhile, Team B will monitor MS Tunglung Basgo, MS Ney, HS Nimmo & MS Nimmo.
    Team A consists of State Consultant, Stanzin Angmo, Coordinator, Dawa Tsering, Lecturer DIET, Leh, Tsering Angmo, Lecturer DIET, Leh, Dr. Lobzang Chosdup. Team B consists of Special Educator, SNM Hospital, Chonyit Dolma, IT Officer, NHM, Leh, Syed Amir, Lecturer DIET, Leh, Lobzang Chorol, and Lecturer, DIET, Leh, Phunstog Dolma.
    The School Health & Wellness Programme is a collaborative effort of the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare and the Ministry of Education, Government of India. Launched in 2018, the program aims to equip school-going children with knowledge and skills that promote positive attitudes and responsible behavior towards their health. The program focuses on enhancing life skills and encouraging healthy habits among students.