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86,000 Elementary Teachers to be trained
11/14/2019 10:47:17 PM
Early Times Report

JAMMU, Nov 14: National Initiative for School Heads' and Teachers' Holistic Advancement (NISHTHA) was today launched in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir with its formal inauguration by Commissioner Secretary, School Education Department, Sarita Chauhan.
The event was attended by around 300 teachers, Key Resource Persons (KRPs) and Chief Education Officers, DIET Principals and Educational Administrators.
Addressing on the gathering, Sarita apprised the participants of the broad contours of NISHTHA which is a National Mission aimed at improving learning outcomes at Elementary level through integrated Teacher Trainings. "NISHTHA is a pioneer scheme being launched across the country, with a total of 86000 Elementary teachers of Government Schools being trained in J&K under the programme", she added.
She deliberated that focus of School Education Department in coming months will be to ensure 100 per cent Gross Enrolment Ratio and Gross Access Ratio. She directed the officers for close monitoring of 5-day Trainings, scheduled to be conducted from 14th to 18th November, 2019 at the Jammu University Campus.
Director NCERT, Prof. H. K. Sanapati, elaborating on the significance of the programme, revealed that this Mission aims to build the capacities of 42 lakh participants covering all teachers and Heads of Schools at elementary level in all Government Schools across the country, faculty members of SIEs/SCERTs, DIETs etc. In this regard, the training will be conducted by 33120 Key Resource Persons and State Resource Persons identified by the respective States and UTs, who will be trained by 120 National Resource Persons from NCERT, CBSE, NIEPA, Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan, Navodaya Vidyala Samiti, NGOs and UNICEF.
National Coordinator NISHTA, Prof. Ranjana Arora, gave a holistic view of the programme and gave the details of curriculum and the pedagogical tools to be taught to teachers through SRPLs and KRPs.
About 267 KRPs attended the Training session today conducted by National Resource Group NCERT.
The experts in technical sessions were Dr. C. V. Shimtay, Prof. Ayushman Goswami, Prof. Padama Yadav, Prof. A. K. Rajput, Dr. Vardha, Prof. Usha Sharma, Dr. Sourav Mishra, Dr. Ashwani Kumar Garg and Dr. Ram Babu Pareek.
Meanwhile, SPD Samagra Shiksha, Dr. Arun Manhas, apprised that a total of 86680 teachers and Head Teachers will be trained under this programme in Jammu and Kashmir. For the purpose, a State Resource Group comprising 560 Key Resource Persons and 112 State Resource Persons Leadership (SRPL) has been constituted, he added.
The first phase of training has been scheduled from 14th to 18th of November, 2019 at University of Jammu, in which a total of 354 resource persons will be trained by the National Resource Group from NCERT/NIEPA.
Among others present were Joint Director School Education J. K. Sudan, Coordinator J&K NCERT Prof. Ram Babu Pareek, Director School Education Jammu Anuradha Gupta, DSEK Younis Malik, Chairperson JKBOSE Prof. Veena Pandita and other dignitaries of School Education Department.
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