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  • 1. Skills & Competencies of Teachers in Rural Colleges Dr. B.Krishnamurthy Selection Grade Lecturer R.T.E.S. College, Ranebennur
  • 2. Introduction
    • A student of Higher education
    • need not only the capabilities and skills to
    • face the challenges but also needed
    • to earn their livelihood. And also to
    • Contribute toward the
    • Economic Growth of the Nation.
    • Therefore, A Teacher should acquire not only the
    • Professional Skills and K nowledge but also
    • abreast with the expectations of the students.
  • 3. Indian Educational System Quantitatively Second largest in the world after America 13 fold increase of Universities 11.5 Million 1.5 Million Students 4,88,000 14,000 Teachers 20,700 500 College 450 20 Universities 2008 1947 Year
  • 4. Gross Enrollment Rate Relevant Age Group of 17-23 Years 2008 – 9.35%( 1950 – 7%)
    • Disparities in Enrollment Rate :
    • Area:
    • Rural Area – 51% Urban Area – 60%
    • Gender:
    • Girl – 8% Boys – 12%
    • Caste/Category:
    • SC – 5.09%, ST – 6.43%, OBC – 7 %
    • Income :
    • Poor – 2.41% Non-Poor – 12.8%
  • 5. Proportion of Students
    • Women are Agents of Social Change
    • Economically Independent & Self-reliant
    • Proportion to Higher Education:
    • Women Students ---- 38%
    • Sc/St/OBC group --- 18%
    • Reservation Policy introduced for both
  • 6. Higher Education Policy
    • Five Goals :
    • A. Greater Access
    • B. Equal Access
    • C. Quality & Excellence
    • D. Relevance and
    • E. Value Based Education
    • Excessive growth of Institutions affected the Quality of Education–Supreme Court Judgement
  • 7. Students of Rural Colleges
    • Rural Students Good in Academics
    • But they are shy & unable to present –
    • lack of communication skills – English
    • Only English will not help – need overall
    • improvement of their personality
    • They are laying stress on Talking style,
    • Dress, Manners, Overall movement etc.
  • 8. Special Schemes of UGC
    • UGC introduced COP and funding
    • Colleges to develop capabilities
    • of students needed
    • to earn their livelihood
    • UGC allocated a separate fund
    • for the development of
    • Backward Districts, Border Areas
    • Rural, Remote Area
  • 9. Identification of Backward Areas
    • Literacy rate below the national average
    • Enrollment Ratio as per population
    • Haveri District of Karnataka has been
    • identified as
    • Backward District by UGC
  • 10. Needs of Teacher
    • Today is the Era of Knowledge Explosion:
    • Every Teacher should be abreast with the latest
    • developments and be ready to meet the
    • expectation of their students
    • Qualification & Qualities – Appointment
    • Up-gradation & retention of skills
    • Innovative ideas to be introduced
    • Motivated towards excellence
    • Develop students more competent and
    • prepare them to face the future challenges
    • Contribute for Economic Growth
  • 11. Teacher Competencies & Skills
    • Teacher is an important component for
    • sustaining Quality and Excellence in
    • Higher Education.
    • Teaching requires not just basic skills but also
    • infusion of New Ideas, Thoughts etc.
    • in the minds of students.
    • The teacher require –
    • Dedication & Devotion to the Profession
    • Help students not only to
    • Improve Teaching Skills but also help them
    • To play a role model for the students
  • 12. Competencies - are general description of abilities needed to perform Competencies Personal Social Technical
  • 13. Personal and Social Competencies
    • Personal
    • Self-Confidence
    • Organizational Ideas
    • Problem Solving
    • Decision Making
    • Innovative
    • Team skill
    • Common Sense
    • Judgement
    • Leadership
    • Social
    • Sociable
    • Co-operative
    • Advisor & Guide
    • Have rapport with students
    • Social & Cultural Awareness
    • Motivate Students
    • High Tolerance
    • Self-control
    • Reflect values through his/her behavior
  • 14. Technical Competencies
    • Good Communication Skill
    • Know various Teaching methods
    • In-depth Knowledge
    • Mastery over the content
    • Updated/recent Information
    • Possess specialized knowledge
    • Able to co-relate the subject
    • Organize information to be presented
    • Exhibit Personal Management
    • Leadership Qualities
    • Maintain Discipline
    • Accept suggestions
  • 15. Skill - the learned capacity to carryout pre-determined job Skills Comprehension Reading Speaking
  • 16. Comprehension Skills
    • Distinguish Fact and Fiction
    • Distinguish between –
    • Essential & Relevant from
    • Unessential & Irrelevant matters
    • Interpret the listened matter
  • 17. Speaking Skills
    • Distinguish Sound and Words
    • Express Emotions and Feeling
    • Describe incidents and narrate stories
    • Make short conversation
  • 18. Reading Skills
    • Locating information
    • Arranging information i.e. gist of the text
    • Evaluating information ie.
    • Making as general idea
    • Note : Need own knowledge
    • Get others ideas
  • 19. Interaction We copy in all languages We prepare in Kannada, English & Marathi Opposite Two pages, We make in one page We make two in one paper for every 10 copies 2 copies free for every 5 pages 1 page Free Rs. 1.50 for 2 copies Rs. 25 for 2 pages Re. 1 per copy Rs. 15 per page Xerox A/c DTP Centre Rural Urban
  • 20. True Facts
    • Once Student Complete the course,
    • he never turns to the college
    • Teacher once acquired qualification,
    • he never think of acquiring
    • additional knowledge
    • Today HE is demanded by masses and
    • it is not confined to tiny elite
  • 21. Teacher - always a student
    • Regularly update knowledge
    • Develop Competencies
    • Acquire New skills
    • Relate the present with past and
    • even predict future
    • Technology up-gradation & Generation gap
    • are the two obstacles to the experienced teachers
  • 22. Suggestions
    • To improve the quality of education in the
    • rural areas, all facilities will be provided
    • to the rural students which are available
    • to the urban area student. (PURA Model)
    • Teachers also have complete
    • Dedication & Devotion towards
    • Teaching and Students
    Love Education
  • 23. Thank you
    • Dr. B.Krishnamurthy
    • Selection Grade Lecturer &
    • Head, Deptt. Of Commerce
    • R.T.E.S. College, Ranebennur
    • Email: dr_b_krishna@yahoo.co.in