Stepping Stones: Enhancing the quality of
primary education
Skills shortage
 RURAL TEACHING TRAINING COURSE
 STUDENTS-FO...
PROBLEM STATEMENT
“Primary education is the foundation upon which the
child’s future is built. Tampering with it, weakens ...
The Correlates of Corruption in India: Analysis and Evidence
from the States
The figure indicate that low literacy rate on...
RURAL TEACHING
TRAINING
COURSE
CONTINUOUS
EVALUATION
SYSTEM
STUDENTS-
FOR-TEACHER
PROGRAMME
MERITS
 Better training
 Mor...
IMPLEMENTATION
TARGETTING- Firstly, the target is set based on the existing reports of
the most down-trodden areas which n...
SOURCES OF FUNDING
 Financial resources
State government & central
government
 Human Resources
 Head of Department In
S...
IMPACT
The standard of teaching improves and not just the
qualifications.
The youth get a chance to contribute to the nati...
CHALLENGES
Convincing parents to send their children, especially girl
child, to schools.
Willingness of teachers to give i...
MITIGATION
Making parents aware of the benefits of proper
education.
Quality enhancement through proper implementation,
su...
Appendix
References
 Programme for international Student
Assessment survey.
 ASER Survey
 Google Search engine
 India ...
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  1. 1. Stepping Stones: Enhancing the quality of primary education Skills shortage  RURAL TEACHING TRAINING COURSE  STUDENTS-FOR-TEACHER PROGRAMME  CONTINUOUS EVALUATION SYSTEM Team Details Birla Institute of Technology Mesra, Ranchi(MBA) Shashi Kumar Chandra prakash Rai Parmita Dubey Shruti Akhouri Meenu Ladia
  2. 2. PROBLEM STATEMENT “Primary education is the foundation upon which the child’s future is built. Tampering with it, weakens the base rendering children incapable to make a progress in their lives”  Over 99% of the 7.95 lakh teachers, who appeared for the central Teacher eligibility test, failed to clear due to outdated B.ed degree system. NCERT payer says the B.ed programs is to short and focus on “ Rote Memorization” rather than “ teaching for understanding”.  Bihar, U.P, and West Bengal have the highest number untrained teachers.  PISA( Programme for International Student Assessment) ranks India almost at the bottom of the pack in terms of math and English literacy.  Very high student teacher ratios and low attendance of students.  Teachers are not taking the class and parents does not send his children to school.
  3. 3. The Correlates of Corruption in India: Analysis and Evidence from the States The figure indicate that low literacy rate one of the most important cause of corruption.
  4. 4. RURAL TEACHING TRAINING COURSE CONTINUOUS EVALUATION SYSTEM STUDENTS- FOR-TEACHER PROGRAMME MERITS  Better training  More involvement of teachers and students  Opportunities of welfare by the hands of youth  Concentration on the underprivileged section of the society PROPOSED SOLUTION
  5. 5. IMPLEMENTATION TARGETTING- Firstly, the target is set based on the existing reports of the most down-trodden areas which need the maximum attention. FOCUS- The focus is laid on the rural areas which are in much need of quality education. TRAINING- A training program is devised specifically for teaching in rural areas. INVOLVEMENT- The training program must include not just the aspiring teachers but also the youth (comprising students of colleges) who are eager to contribute in social welfare. INFRASTRUCTURE- More and more construction of school premises and usage of abandoned buildings, Government establishments. INSPECTION- Surprise inspection by concerned authorities and a feedback system wherein the students rate their teachers. Inspiring activities to parents through children activities and motivational films & video.
  6. 6. SOURCES OF FUNDING  Financial resources State government & central government  Human Resources  Head of Department In State(1)  Inspection officer & Teacher Trainer(5 & 50)  Others employee(10) RESOURCES REQUIRED Infrastructure Development INR 10 crore Compensation to Employees INR 1.5 crore Others INR 10 lakh Per annum in a state
  7. 7. IMPACT The standard of teaching improves and not just the qualifications. The youth get a chance to contribute to the nation by educating the young ones. The students get a chance to evaluate the performances of their teachers. The level of primary education is enhanced such that the concepts are clearly inbuilt into the young minds. Strong base is created for students to understand the concepts at a higher level.
  8. 8. CHALLENGES Convincing parents to send their children, especially girl child, to schools. Willingness of teachers to give it all. Selection of Inspection team. Selection of appropriate training skill sets. The adequacy of available resources.
  9. 9. MITIGATION Making parents aware of the benefits of proper education. Quality enhancement through proper implementation, supervision and continuous evaluation. Strict regulations for appointment of teachers. Proper feedback mechanism and regular assessment.
  10. 10. Appendix References  Programme for international Student Assessment survey.  ASER Survey  Google Search engine  India Forbes Magazine  Others source

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