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  1. 1. • Objectives and Goals • What do stake holders want from the school? • How should a quality school look like? • Bringing together, Physical, financial and human resources together Presentation by Mr. S. K. Bhattacharya Chairman BBPS Training Centre
  2. 2. How Sapling Has Become A Banyan Tree  A Humble Beginning  First Step  Period To Consolidation  Giant Leap – 1944 To 1956 – 1956 To 1969 – 1969 To 1985 – 1985 To 2013
  3. 3. Leaders/ Visionaries Behind The Mammoth Developments  1944 – 1956, Shri. Hansraj Gupta Ji, Founder President  Shri. Khaddar Ji, Founder Head Master  1956 – 1971 – 72, Shri. Hansraj Gupta Ji & Shri. K. B. Srivastava (Dadaji)
  4. 4. pics Lala Hans Raj Gupta, Founder President Bhumi Pujan 1955 at Bal Bharati Public School Sir Ganga Ram Hospital Marg
  5. 5. Lala Hansraj Gupta, Shree Khadar Jee with Teachers and students 1946
  6. 6.  Our Leader, Friend Philosopher and Guide Mr. K. K. Khullar, Present President Child Education Society
  7. 7. OUR PHILOSOPHY AND MOTO • To acquire wisdom and the ability to comprehend Our Mission The schools’ aim at: Develop holistic personalities Prepare global citizens, commit ted to social change, inculcat e life skills to cope with changes and challenges Instill sensitivity and commitment to our environment Train children to comprehend and revere human values
  8. 8. Our USP Top Management  Professionalism  Dedication  Delegation  Transparency
  9. 9. Hierarchy of Administration Result Oriented System Core Committee Board of Management Policy System Growth
  10. 10. Empowered Managing Committee School Audit Administration Monitoring Finance Human Resource Compliance Transparency
  11. 11. PRINCIPAL COUNCIL ACADEMIC COUNCIL Advisory Role Innovation Research Shares Collective wisdom with the BOM regarding project policies, compliances New practices Academic excellence
  12. 12. SPORTS COUNCIL Health through sports, Health for staff, Regular auditing of sports activities for promotion and development of sports, Sports talk on regular basis, inviting the members to participate and express their views and comments for the promotion and development of sports Allowing the students for exposure to the Sun to get more of vitamin D Assessment of work of the coaches
  13. 13. BBPS Training Centre Enrich and update teachers’ knowledge in their discipline, pedagogy and other areas of school curriculum continuously. Develop a culture of shared learning and accountability such that teachers are not mere recipients of training conceptualised in a top down manner but are engaged with the task to develop their own and the group’s knowledge. Evolve a mechanism by which effective programmes of teacher professional development can be initiated for large number of teachers in vastly different areas and to deal with a range of diverse learners for inclusive education. Research and reflect on the gaps in students’ learning and their progress To continuously upgrade and enrich teacher’s knowledge about the latest developments in Education. Understand and update their knowledge on social issues Apply Information Communication Technology (ICT) in their classrooms for better student learning. Motivate and regenerate enthusiasm of teachers to inculcate interest in innovations.
  14. 14. Empowerment Principal is HOS • • • • • • • • • • • • • Administration Academics Finance Infrastructure Human Resource Team building Empowerment of teachers with delegation and responsibility Transparency Clean system Accountability Teachers welfare Students welfare
  15. 15. Judge yourself as good leader from Management’s perspective • Am I aware of the Child Education Society’s philosophy, mission and objectives • Do I understand the objectives of the Management. • Am I fully conversant with the school Management rules and regulations • Am I conversant with basic laws and rules • Am I conversant with financial system • Am I conversant with bylaws of CBSE Examination system etc.
  16. 16. Do I prepare all my documents as per the directions and formats. Do I report the developments, activities, appraisal of teachers performance and other related matters to my Management with full transparency Do I prepare my institutional plan and get approval from my Management Do I check all the records documents etc. on regular basis Do I prioritize my action plan?
  17. 17. • Do I have Parents Teachers Association in my school • Do I utilize the parents’ services for the school development Programmes • Am I accessible to the parents • Do I take suggestions from the parents for activities for developments • Do I involve the community in the school development Programme • Do I connect myself with the community From Parents Perspective
  18. 18. From Students Perspective  Do I know the aspirations of my students  Do I meet my students on regular basis  Do I allow my students to come to my office for suggestions / comments or interaction  Do I have a special plan for the not so talented students for their growth
  19. 19. Self Assessment  Am I growing as a leader / teacher / administrator/ counselor/ coordinator  Am I aware of my weaknesses?  Have I made conscientious efforts to change myself in regard to the         weakness that I have identified Do I consult and involve my teachers in the preparation of my institutional plan Am I doing enough for holistic Education? Do I do enough for empowering my teachers. Have I been successful in building up my team? Am I treating all my colleagues equally without any prejudice Am I easily accessible to my teachers / parents / students Do I take care of personal grievances of my colleagues Do I do enough for my personal growth as a professional  Reading books and journals  Attending Workshops and seminars  Writing articles and research papers
  20. 20. Teacher Welfare and Development  Benefits  Respect  Freedom for self development  Freedom for innovations  Facility for professional development  Motivation and incentives
  21. 21. Competence of Faculty  Pedagogy  Communication  Innovative practices  Facilitator  Contribution for school development  Ready to accept responsibilities  Adaptability  Flexibility  Ready to listen and help
  22. 22. Academic Reputation  Performance of the students in academics  Performance of the students at the Board’s Examination  Selection of students for higher studies  Placement of students  Emphasis on building concepts and fundamentals  Critical Thinking  Enquiry  Facilitating open discussion  Encouragement for alternatives and creativity
  23. 23. Co-Curricular Education  Vital for holistic Education an important tool for      unfolding the innate talents of the standards. Release the energy in a positive and constructive manner Clubs Inter House Activities Boys Council Prefectorial Board Global citizenship
  24. 24. Sports Education  Integral part of Education  Health  Physical fitness  Channelize energy of the students
  25. 25. Life skill Education and conflict Management  To empower the students and make them self-reliant and confident and more productive, life skill Education is a must. Examples of some life skill activities
  26. 26. Individual Attention • Small class size • Understanding the strength and weakness of each child, • Understanding and application of Multiple Intelligence theory • Encourage and develop the potentiality of child
  27. 27. Leadership Management Quality  Role Model  Team Building  Delegation and empowerment  Collective responsibility  Transparency
  28. 28. Parental Involvement  Parents as partners in the Teaching Learning Process  Value based Education  Joint partnership in some community service  Invite cooperation and suggestions for development of infrastructure  Voluntary contribution of parents having expertise.
  29. 29. Infrastructure  Physical and student friendly environment for conducive for holistic Education  Facilities  Maintenance  Environment  Infrastructure for games and sports – Hygiene and cleanliness  Safety and security  Special needs Education  Counsellor  Health Education  Medical Checkup and follow up
  30. 30. Community services  To sensitize the children with various social issues and to make them more responsible, school should encourage the students to participate and contribute in various community services

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