NCERT Teachers Performance Standards 2022, PINDICS Forms, Consolidation Sheets

Teachers Performance Standards 2021, PINDICS Forms and Consolidation Sheets: PINDICS means Performance indicators of the Teacher. PINDICS were developed for Elementary School Teachers by NCERT. These are useful to teachers for Self-assessment by them at least twice a year.

The School Headmaster also should assess twice in a year with using teacher’ self -assessment record, observation of actual classroom and dialogue with teachers, students, and SMC members and These would be linked subsequently to Quality Monitoring Tools and consolidated at School Complex level, MRC Level, District, and State level.  

PINDICS are to be used to assess the performance and progress of teachers. It consists of Performance Standards(PS), Specific Standards(SS) and Performance Indicators(PI).  Performance Standards(PS) are the areas in which teachers perform their tasks and responsibilities and Under performance standards there are some specific tasks which are expected to be performed by the teachers. These are termed as specific standards. From specific performance indicators have been derived.

NCERT TSAR Teachers Performance Standards 2021

PS CodeTSAR Teachers Performance Standards 2021
PS 1Designing Learning Experiences
PS 2PS 2: Knowledge and Understanding of Subject Matter
PS 3Strategies for Facilitating Learning
PS 3ACreating Conducive Learning Environment
PS 3BLearning Strategies and Activities
PS 3CCommunication Skills
PS 3DAssessment and Feedback
PS 4Interpersonal Relationship
PS 5Professional Development
PS 6School Development
TSAR Performance Standards 2021

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Teacher Identification Information Year:…….. I / II /III / IV Quarter School Address:……………….., DISE Code No:……………….. State/UT:……………….., District:……………….. Mandal:……………….., School complex:………………..

Name of the Teacher:
Academic Qualification with Subjects:
Professional Qualification:
Any Other:
Teaching Experience  (in  yrs.):
Teaching: Class (es):
In-service Education Programmes attended during last five years:
Achievements (Awards/ Distinctions) if any:

Teacher Performance Standards PINDICS Forms:

Specific Standards Performance Indicators
PS 1. Designing Learning Experiences for Children
Planning for designing learning experiences Uses textbooks and other relevant documents while planning. Uses record of students performance. Plans for engaging children in learning activities. Collects and prepares relevant teaching learning materials
PS 2. Knowledge and Understanding of Subject Matter
Knowledge and understanding of the content Demonstrates content knowledge with conceptual clarity using appropriate examples. Uses subject knowledge for making it responsive to the diverse needs of children. Uses subject knowledge for completing entire syllabus within specified time. Corrects errors made by students
PS 3. Strategies for Facilitating Learning
Enabling learning environment and classroom management Uses available space in the classroom and school adequately. Maintains cleanliness and safety of children in the classroom. Displays teaching learning material in the classroom for ready use. Displays work of students in classroom/school. Arranges furniture and room space for organising different activities.   Encourages self-discipline, punctuality and regularity. Acts immediately to address problems of discipline such as bullying, abuse etc. Treats all children in a fair and consistent manner. Does not resort to physical punishment and mental harassment of children. Identifies irregular students and makes effort to improve their attendance. Identifies potential dropouts in the class and makes special efforts to prevent dropout. Utilises school time effectively
Learning strategies and activities Uses child-centered activity based learning strategies. Provides opportunity for all children participation in discovery, exploration and experimentation. Acknowledges students’ responses and encourages their participation. Responds to students verbal and non-verbal cues. Encourages children to question. Uses different resource materials like teacher guide, source book, ICT, etc. other than textbook for effective transaction
Communication Skills Listens to children patiently. Uses simple language. Uses home language of children wherever needed . Demonstrates legible writing. Exhibits concern, care and respect for the students while communicating verbally/non-verbally
Assessment and Feedback Assesses student learning and provides immediate feedback for improving learning and performance. Maintains student profile of learning and performance (record of different tests/ assignments/written work/Projects, anecdotes etc.). Shares children progress with parents and SMC members
PS 4. Interpersonal Relationship
Relationship with students Updates subject knowledge through self study. Shows respect and care towards students. Easily approachable to children (without fear and hesitation). Recognizes and appreciates student contribution
Relationship with Colleagues Shows respect towards colleagues. Appreciates other colleagues for their contribution. Cooperates and collaborates with the members of the staff in conducting school activities
Relationship with parents and community Involves members of the community for organising different activities and programmes in the school. Participates in the community activity such as cultural and social programmes
PS 5. Professional Development
Self-study participation in in-service education programmes Updates subject knowledge through self study. Participate in in-service education programmes as per need and requirement. Participates and contributes regularly in cluster resource centre/Block Resource. Centre meetings
Engagement in innovation and research Engages himself/herself in innovative and research activities. Participates and presents paper in regional, state, national and international level seminars. Contributes in developing of teaching learning materials
PS 6. School Development
Contributes to the organisation of school activities Organises/participates and contributes in SMC and other meetings Takes responsibility for organising school functions like morning assembly, cultural programmes, sports and games, celebration of national days etc. Cooperates in organising school activities such as gardening, health and hygiene, mid-day meals etc.
PS 7. Teacher Attendance
Regularity and PunctualityAttends school regularly   Arrives and leaves the school according to school time

Consolidated rating in each of the performance standards should be based on the self-assessment report of the teacher, classroom observation, and dialogue with teachers and students. It can be computed by dividing the total rating point underperformance standard by a total number of performance indicators approximated to the nearest whole number.  Overall Performance can be computed by dividing the grand total by 7 (total number of Performance Standards) approximated to the nearest whole number.

Same Information can flow upwards level viz- Block, District or State. Based on the information from Teacher Assessment Sheet–By Nodal Head Teacher/CRCC    

Download the Files
1. PINDICS  Teachers Information
2. Teacher Performance Sheet To be completed by HM
3. Consolidation Sheet – School Level To be completed by School HM
4. Consolidation Sheet – School Complex Level To be completed by SC HM
5. Consolidation Sheet – Mandal Level To be completed by MEO
6. SMF Part A
7. SMF Part B

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