Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya’s Teacher Training Programme, Teaching Mission, Separate training for teachers.
Teaching Mission would be set up to train Teachers
A teacher can be successful at his profession only when he is a continuous student. He can reinforced by trainings according to the changes in the syllabus, new methods to apply in teaching, Gradings etc. Some teachers face problems due to these changes.
Teaching a normal kid is quite different from abnormal/challenged kids. So some special trainings are compulsory for those teachers. Dedication to their work, concern towards these children make the child to learn more .
According to HRD minister Smriti Irani, A separate academy would be set up to train teachers to impart education to differently. Abled children and address their challenges.
In this academy teachers are specially trained for those who are differently abled and their challenges and need are addressed with in the educational system.
Soon Madan Mohan Malavya teaching mission also launches to train teachers for these children. So, The Government proposes to launch a new Scheme Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya National Mission on Teachers and Teaching. This mission is a Centrally Sponsored Scheme (CSS), the mission was announced Rs.500 crore in this years general budget. We can adopt the technologies and methodologies of ICT so that our citizens can be helped. It will lay down a roadmap to improve the quality of teachers and teaching thereby improving the educational delivery and learning outcomes in higher education institutions.
The programme envisions to focus holistically on whole sector of education without fragmenting it, based on levels and sectors and also to strengthen institutional mechanisms for strengthening vertical and lateral linkages. This would consolidate and strengthen on-going programmes related to teachers and teaching through effective coordination. It will also provide an integrated platform for building synergies among all the existing initiatives and will attempt to create a comprehensive vehicle for Teacher/Faculty related programmes and schemes. The programme envisages to augment capacity at individual level and also enhance institutional infrastructure to give impetus to training of teachers at pre service and in service level.
While the teaching training scheme is seen as the most urgent requirement of education sector, the contours and details of the schemes are still sketchy to provide any insight according to several experts. Is it in light of the final deadline under the RTE Act next year on 31st March 2015 or a general response will be clear only in coming weeks. “Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya’s Teacher Training Programme has been provided Rs.500 crore in the budget. This would enable the Government to better train students who aspire to become teachers in our professional colleges. This will improve the quality of teachers that we would produce and will ultimately lead to improvement in learning outcomes of the students in our school system. This will benefit nearly 20,000 teacher trainees studying in Teacher Education Institutions,” according to the union HRD minister Smriti Irani.
Explaining the impact of the budget further Ashish Dhawan said that, “Most significantly, the government has announced strategic interventions for school education that will have a direct impact on improving student learning. These include the School Assessment Programme (INR 50 crores), Madan Mohan Malviya New Teachers Training Programme (INR 500 crore) and setting up virtual classrooms under the Communication Linked Interface for Cultivating Knowledge (CLICK) (INR 100 crore). Explicit allocation of resources in these areas indicates a shift towards an outcomes-based policy direction. The Govt. of India hopeful that investment in these areas will only increase over the next 5 years.”
In keeping with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision of a spreading knowledge through the digital India drive, the government has decided to spread education through ICT to remotest corner.