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  • 1. STEPPING STONE: ENHANCING THE QUALITY OF PRIMARY EDUCATION PRESENTATION ON OUR ENERGETIC YOUTHS (TEAM MEMBERS) SACHIN SRIVASTAV PRIYANSH MISHRA SAGAR VERMA SPARSH SHRIVASTAVA PURUSHOTTAM MAURYA “VERILY, WHEN THE DAY OF JUDGEMENT COMES, WE SHALL NOT BE ASKED WHAT WE HAVE READ ,BUT WHAT WE HAVE DONE.” THOMAS A’ KEMPIS
  • 2. IN INDIA, 95.5% CHILDREN TAKE ADMISSION IN PRIMARY SCHOOL UNDER SARVA SHIKSHA ABHIYAN, BUT 50 -60 % OF IT DROPS OUT BEFORE COMPLETING THE ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Present Storyline of the INDIAN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION • Weak base of the students in education prospect. • India is lagging behind in terms of primary education. • Unemployment • Slow increment in literacy rates. • Inappropriate basic knowledge. Therefore, India’s future element (primary students) are in darkness. Primary education should be given preference because:  It is the base of every educated individuals.  Literacy is the important factor in development of any country.  Illiteracy is the evil of every social ,political, economical problems.
  • 3. 10 crores children in INDIA are two or more years below their grade level • Stale and bad infrastructure • Lack of teachers • Work load on teacher (other than teaching) • Orthodox mentality • Bad management • Immature , Insincere , Irresponsible teachers • Lack of interest • Low exposure • Unhealthy relationship between students and teachers • Violation of implemented government policies • Child labour
  • 4. Proposed innovative solution Fast track solution Sustainable solution • Centralized syllabus. • Reduce work load on teacher. • Appointment of non-teaching staff for quality management. • Promote children to participate in competitions. • Computerization for other administration works:  Attendance  Accountancy  Maintaining registers • Frequent variation on syllabus should be stopped. • Strict and immediate implementations of policies. • Fix time table on district level. • Appointing flying squads in three levels i.e. District, State & Central level. Establishment of hard body finishing and training institute which resembles the standard of IITs and IIMs which can produce highly matured, responsible and sensible teachers.
  • 5. SNAPSHOTS OF THE MERITS OF : FAST TRACK SOLUTION • Monitoring of regular attendance of teachers and students will become easy. • Education level will become equal. • Exposure for students • Manipulation & Modification of past and present data can be restricted. • Modernization. • Effective monitoring mechanisms will established. SUSTAINABLE SOLUTION. • Quality teachers will increase. • Teachers will be wrapped with maturity , act of responsibility, sincerity , sensibility . • Unemployment will reduce to some extent Thus, the quality of primary education will be raised. As we know, any grown up individual attain the knowledge to teach the primary classes from I-V By introducing such institutes, will give opportunity to unemployed graduate individual to relish a guaranteed government job. But ….. ….provided when they pass out from institute after training it would be compulsory for them to teach in primary schools. Promotion will be awarded based on their performances.
  • 6. Description of sustainable solution i.e. FINISHING & TRAINING INSTITUTION FOR TEACHERS Salient features:  Hard body like IITs & IIMs in every prospect.  Well defined training procedure  High quality trainers for trainees  Will play a major role during the policy formation for regarding primary education.  High level training for primary teachers imposing maturity , sincerity, responsibility.  Will also offer some Standard educational programs like B.Ed. , D.Ed. etc.  Will ensure a government teaching job to every volunteer (unemployed) it train.  Will also give standard training to existing primary teachers. Thus this institute results in production of quality teachers. We know , INDIAN government gives so much preference to defence sector , Likewise they should give equal importance to teaching sector also preferably primary education. Because, if defence protects India & its future , then teachers construct elements of INDIA’s bright future.
  • 7. UNEMPLOYED/ BEGINNERS EXISTING TEACHERS DEEPLY INTERESTED INDIVIDUAL IN TEACHING. PRIMARY SCHOOLS OF INDIA FREE TO JOIN ANY EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE • APTITUDE TEST • GD • SUBJECTIVE+ PI DIRECT ENTRY (COMPULSORY) • APTITUDE TEST • GD • SUBJECTIVE+ PI INSTITUTE TRAINING COURSES. B.Ed. or D.Ed. + TRAINING COURSES
  • 8. Who will teach? Teaching methodology?What will be taught?  Act of maturity.  Act of sensibility.  Act of sincerity.  Feeling of guilt(if wrong).  Basic management skills (Time ,work, stress).  Maintaining healthy relationship with students.  Knowledge.  Teaching skills.  Situation handling proficiency.  Retired defence personnel.  Excellent & famous teaching personalities.  NGOs .  Guest lectures from famous personalities.  Seminars & conferences from education promoting agencies.  Various psychologists & sociologists.  IITs & IIMs faculties(if needed).  Motivational lectures.  Group discussions.  Daily improvement tasks.  Indulging trainees in practical situations.  Internship of 2-3 months.  Competitions and quiz (for a bit of competition feeling).  For new methodology of teaching.  Short interval training for the trainees even after recruitment. FINISHING & TRAINING INSTITUTE FOR TEACHERS
  • 9. FOR THE BEGINNERS  Training period – 1⅟2 to 2 years.  Entrance selection process: o Level 1- Objective exam based on teaching aptitude. o Level 2- Group discussion. o Level 3- Subjective exam + Personal interview.  Session ending exam will be based on their performance and Personal Interview.  Recruitment: o Some primary schools should be totally recruited with institute trainees. o And finally 1-2 teachers should be recruited to every primary school from the institute. 2-3 month compulsory training under this institute in every 3-5 years DEEPLY INTERESTED TEACHING INDIVIDUALS, A SEPARATE STANDARD B.Ed., D.Ed. & OTHER TEACHING PROGRAMS WILL BE OFFERED TO MAKE THEM CAPABLE OF TEACHING ANY LEVEL OF EDUCATION STAKEHOLDERS INVOLVED  Centrally funded: o Infrastructure o Facilities o Administration  Already established institute etc. can be converted into training institute .  Interested NGOs are most welcomed. FOR EXISTING TEACHERS HUMAN RESOURCES  Finance dept.  Technical dept.  Recruitment dept.  Co-ordination dept.  Media & advertisement dept.  Co-curriculum dept. FOR EXISTING TEACHERS
  • 10. TOTAL FUNDING (CAPITAL) REQUIRED FOR:  Organizational Capital.  Logistic Capital.  Technological Capital. The institute training or teachers is visualized as 80% funding from the govt. And the rest 20% from the fee taken from the training. THE FUNDING POLICY  An annual allocation of plan and non-plan funds as per the funding policy the ministry decides upon.  Over the above point each of the institute may be given an allocation of Rs. 20 crores each year for next five years for improving upon their teaching laboratories, workshops and the associated infrastructure .  Additional grants have to be made available  For research enhancement and for meeting the institute requirement. STANDARD TO MEASURE THE IMPACT OF THE SOLUTION:  Comparison of the result between the primary school controlled by the teachers trained in the institute and the primary school controlled by untrained teachers from the institute.  Attendance of teachers and students .  On the basis of the number of appliers for the training institute which will determine the attraction towards education sector. IMPLEMENTATION CHALLENGES:  Difficulty in integrating with govt. infrastructure and institution.  Making education and teaching sector attractive is a tough task (efforts needed).  Persuading state govt. and parliament members is very difficult.  High capital is required.
  • 11. APPENDIX REFERENCES • WIKIPEDIA • ANNUAL STATUS OF EDUCATION REPORT(ASER). • MINISTRY OF HUMAN RESOURCES AND DEVELOPMENT • NGO: Teach for INDIA • NATIONAL SAMPLE SURVEY ORGANISATION • GOOGLE

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