As formulation of National Professional Standards for Teachers (NPST) is key target of NPE-2020 to be completed by 2022. Last date to submit suggestion on national portal is 31st May 2021. To aware the teachers of all the states /UT G.H.G. Khalsa College of Education, Gurusar Sadhar organized a panel discussion on NPST in collaboration with Council for Teacher Education on May 29. 2021 by inviting eminent personalities all over the nation from the field of education. Dr. Banwarilal Natiya, Chairman NCTE, NRC was chief guest on the occasion. The distinguished panelist on the occasion included Dr. K.M. Bhandararkar. National President, Council for Teacher Education Foundation, Prof. Nilima Bhagwati (International Secretary General, Council for Teacher Education Foundation) , Dr. S. Sonawane (Dean, S.P. University, Pune), Dr. Khushvinder Kumar (President, Council for Teacher Education Foundation, Punjab and Chandigarh Chapter) ,Dr. Rajeshwari K., Principal, Govt. College of Teacher Education, Kerala, Prof. V. Reghu, CTEF Chapter Kerala, Dr. Ragini Singh , Principal, Bardoli College Katni, M.P., Dr. Nidhi Aggarwal, Principal, Integrated School of Education (INMANTEC), Ghaziabad, Dr. Mousumi Bordoloi, Principal, Govt. Banikanta College of Teacher Education (IASE, Guwahati). The NPST will helps to design teacher education programmes. This will also affect teacher career management, including tenure, professional development efforts, salary increases, promotions, and other recognitions. Various suggestions were provided by the panelists on setting the national professional standards for teachers which include that the Promotion of a teacher will not depend solely upon the number of years of his or her service rather on may other professional factors. Majority of the panelists were of the view that there should be separate national professional standards for the teacher belonging to different levels of teaching viz. Pre- primary, Primary, secondary and tertiary level of education. The professional standard must also be set as per the area or field of teaching like there should be separate standards for the science, humanities or social science fields. Panelists also opined that service and economical security of the teachers must also be the part of national professional standards. In the panel discussion it was highlighted that refresher and orientation courses are not given serious consideration in the professional development of the teachers. So this concern must also be the part of national professional standard for teachers. It was further discussed that National professional standards for teachers which are presently seems to be for the school teachers at the primary, elementary and secondary education level must be interlinked, interrelated and understood with the other levels of education also like tertiary, vocational and research or higher level. All the panelist given guidance to all the participants joined through online mode to prepare their suggestions carefully and fill the NPST and NMM portal by 31 st May 2021. It is the golden chance given to all stakeholders to give their suggestions on national portal. Dr. Pargat Singh Garcha, Principal of the college acted as the moderator for the panel discussion. College governing council appreciated the efforts of the college for organizing the panel discussion in a successful manner.