In Service; Training Innovation & Research

In-service education can play a significant role in the professional growth of teachers and function as an agent for change in school-related practices. It helps teachers gain confidence by engaging with their practices and reaffirming their experiences. It provides opportunities to engage with other teachers professionally and to update knowledge. – (NCF 2005 – Chapter -5: Systemic Reforms)

Our programme constitutes Refresher Courses, Seminars, Workshops, Hand Holding Sessions and Team Teaching related to the specific needs of the Mentors, evaluation and follow-up as the part of the programme. The appropriate periodicity with which the programme is implemented scaffolds the Mentors to keep abreast of the emerging global trends in pedagogy.