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Pakistani, Indian, Filipino shortlisted for prestigious award

'Most dedicated' professionals shortlisted in a tough decision.

A teacher from India, Pakistan and the Philippines are among six teachers who have been shortlisted for the 'Most Dedicated Teacher' grant, a challenge being directed by the Cambridge University Press. 

They incorporate Ahmed Saya, who educates at a non-public school in Karachi, Pakistan; Abhinandan Bhattacharya, JBCN International School: Oshiwara, India; Anthony Chelliah, Gateway College, Sri Lanka; Candice Green, St Augustine's College, Australia; Jimrey Dapin, University of San Jose-Recoletos, Philippines; and Sharon Kong Foong, Sunway College, Malaysia. 

 

It was an extreme choice for the judges however they have now settled on the six finalists for the Dedicated Teacher Awards 2019, Cambridge said in a tweet. 

Voting in favor of the honor will stay open till January 27, 2019, and "the fortunate victor will win an outing to Cambridge, UK, just as CPD open doors for their school", as indicated by reports

The Cambridge University Press site stated: "From October-December 2018, we welcomed understudies, educators or anybody with a rousing instructor story to impart to us so we could state thank you together." 

A board of specialists from the field of training picked the six finalists for the honor.

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