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Montessori & Nursery teacher training prospect in india

  1. 1. Montessori & Nursery Teacher Training Prospect in India Pre-School Teachers Training Institute www.pstti.com
  2. 2. General Information  The history of early childhood education in India dates back to the 1890s, when the kindergarten was started in the country.  Later on, during the decades before independence, some pioneers— like Gijubhai Badheka and Tarabai Modak—struggled to establish a number of educational institutions for young children and training centres for teachers under the influence of Madame Montessori in the year 1920.  Maria Montessori’s work in India during the war of Independence stimulated not only the growth of early childhood education at centres organised around her philosophical principles but also the establishment of training centres.  Despite these initiatives, early childhood education activities remained scattered, concentrated in urban settings, restricted to certain regions in the country, and confined to those who could afford such services. Pre-School Teachers Training Institute www.pstti.com
  3. 3. Generalbreakthrough in the teacher training for early childhood Information  The first came in the form of Bal Sevikas  Although the BST programme was a valuable initiative, because of the size of the country and the complexity and magnitude of its problems, the programme did not contribute much  The time was ripe for the next breakthrough - Integrated Child Development Services  The initiative started with 33 modest projects reaching about 150,000 young children. Today, it has expanded to nearly 2,000 projects for 13 million children aged 0-6 and 3 million pregnant and lactating women.  To date, there are 250,000 centres that employ 500,000 paraprofessional workers  To overcome the unmet challenges of Bal Sevikas & Anganwadi workers, a more structured training has been purport in the form of Nursery Teacher Training, Montessori Teacher Training & ECCE Pre-School Teachers Training Institute www.pstti.com training
  4. 4. Why to emphasize on early childhood education? Pre-School Teachers Training Institute www.pstti.com
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  6. 6. Normal Childhood Mile Stones Source: autismrecovery.sg Pre-School Teachers Training Institute www.pstti.com
  7. 7. Facts of Early Childhood Pre-School Teachers Training Institute www.pstti.com
  8. 8. Market Trends Source: netscribes.com Source: articles.economictimes.com Source: digitallearning.eletsonline.com Pre-School Teachers Training Institute www.pstti.com
  9. 9. Preschool Market Share in India Pre-School Teachers Training Institute www.pstti.com
  10. 10. Statistics According to the survey by CECED, under the sponsorship of NCTE & Ambedkar University Pre-School Teachers Training Institute www.pstti.com
  11. 11. Quality trained teachers’ requisite in a Preschool - Lack of availability of quality teachers is a main constraint in the development & sustained functioning of a preschool - The ideal teacher child ratio for a preschool is said to be 1:8 thus number of teachers required is very high - Trained teachers play a pivotal role in upholding the high expectations of parents from preschool in terms of ensuring compliance to international standards of teaching methods - An inspirational teacher can make a substantial difference to a child, almost regardless of the quality of the environment & resources at hand Pre-School Teachers Training Institute www.pstti.com
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  13. 13. Mark of PSTTI - PreSchool Teachers Training Institute Pre-School Teachers Training Institute www.pstti.com
  14. 14. Role Of PSTTI Pre-School Teachers Training Institute www.pstti.com
  15. 15. Job Prospect for Montessori, Nursery & Early Childhood Teachers Pre-School Teachers Training Institute www.pstti.com
  16. 16. Growth of PSTTI Pre-School Teachers Training Institute www.pstti.com
  17. 17. Growth of Franchisee / AC of PSTTI Pre-School Teachers Training Institute www.pstti.com
  18. 18. PSTTI Vs OTHER COMPETITORS PSTTI OTHER COMPETITORS LIVE classes for training teachers in Montessori methodology & Nursery methodology – A major breakthrough in the field of education Absence of LIVE classes for the enrolled students Academic support – provides Student Academic kit – research based materials Study materials may be provided Live Interactions simulating classroom scenario with the trainer Interaction with the trainer doubtful Extensive support to the Associate/ Study Nominal support to the Study center center Trainer cost at the study center is nil Pre-School Teachers Training Institute www.pstti.com Huge Trainer cost
  19. 19. PSTTI OTHER COMPETITORS Minimum investment with maximum returns Maximum investment with minimum returns Professionally renowned world class trainers Depends on the demographics Total guidance by experts Minimum guidance Total study duration of 320 hrs(+20 hrs) Total study duration varies from 180 hrs- 300 hrs Classes are archived after LIVE sessions for the convenience of the students to be viewed 24 / 7 No such support for the enrolled students Government of India Recognized & ISO 9001:2008 Certified Private institution certified 100% Placement assistance for students for enrolled candidates of PSTTI AC’s locally Placement assistance may not be offered Operational only 6 days a month with approximately 36 hours of study Variable Pre-School Teachers Training Institute www.pstti.com
  20. 20. Credentials of PSTTI Pre-School Teachers Training Institute www.pstti.com
  21. 21. Key Personnel of PSTTI Pre-School Teachers Training Institute www.pstti.com
  22. 22. Key Advisors Pre-School Teachers Training Institute www.pstti.com
  23. 23. Educators associated with PSTTI Pre-School Teachers Training Institute www.pstti.com
  24. 24. PSTTI is looking to expand further from its existing 10 centers throughout India to at least another 20 centers by the mid of 2014 Pre-School Teachers Training Institute www.pstti.com
  25. 25. Explore PSTTI @ www.pstti.com Pre-School Teachers Training Institute www.pstti.com

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