Ranjit Disale Global Teacher Prize for Teacher Work of QR Code Book

Ranjit Disale Global Teacher Prize for Teacher Work of QR Code Book

Ranjit Singh Dislae received the highest award in the field of a world-class education. The Chief Minister has directed that a plan should be prepared to bring top-quality education to the last student by bringing together teachers from the state who are implementing various experiments in the field of education through innovative initiatives like Disale.

Ranjit Disale Global Teacher Prize for Teacher Work of QR Code Book
Ranjit Disale Global Teacher Prize for Teacher Work of QR Code Book

It is a matter of great congratulations that a teacher from a Zilla Parishad in a drought-prone area like Solapur received this award. He is ranked among the best teachers in the world for his innovative experiments in technology and extraordinary work. He is seen as the global face of Zilla Parishad teachers

The QR coded books created by him are being used by more than one crore children in the state and are being implemented in schools across the world.

Ranjit Singh Disale, a teacher at Paritewadi School, Solapur, has been awarded the 'Global Teacher Prize' jointly by UNESCO and the London-based Warkey Foundation. The Rs 7 crore award has been announced to Disale. The official announcement was made by well-known actor Stephen Fry at a ceremony at the Natural History Museum in London. Ranjit Disale has become the first Indian teacher to receive such an award. Disale Guruji has been announced as the final winner in the nomination of more than 12,000 teachers from 140 countries around the world. This award has been announced not only for Maharashtra but also for the work done in the field of education in the country through QR coded books. Ranjit Singh Disale has announced that 50 per cent of the total prize money will be given to 9 finalists, which will provide quality education to thousands of children in 9 countries. Disale Guruji will use the proceeds for the Teacher Innovation Fund, which will lead to new experiments among teachers.

Through an innovative educational experiment called Let's Cross the Border, 50,000 children from the most troubled countries in the world, India, Pakistan, Iraq, Iran, Israel, Palestine, the United States and North Korea, have been selected for this educational experiment. The selection committee has lauded the efforts of teachers from other countries to create peace through technology-friendly education. Ranjit Singh Disale has been working in Paritewadi school of Solapur Zilla Parishad for the last 11 years.

Ranjit Disale Guruji is known all over the world for his innovative experiments in technology. He guides students from various schools around the world through online video conferencing. The QR coded books created by Disale Guruji are used by more than 100 million children in 11 countries today. Through a unique teaching method called Virtual Field Trip, they teach science in schools in more than 150 countries. He has become the seventh teacher in the world to teach in such a manner. Earlier, Microsoft, National Geographic Society and other international organizations have praised the work of Ranjit Singh Disale.

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