Bhopal:April 5, 2008:As many as 40 thousand teachers of educational institutions being run by Tribal Welfare Department would be imparted training in institution management by retired principals and block development officers. The two-week training would be conducted from next month. With a view to improving functioning of the educational institutions under the department, the state government has decided to conduct School Management Training
Programme. This training would be imparted at the district level to principals, lecturers and teachers. The duration of the training sessions to be held in May and end of June, 2008 would be for a duration of one to two weeks.Retired principals and block development officers would be appointed as trainers. It may be mentioned that as many as 40 thousand teachers are working in primary, middle, high school and higher secondary schools being run by the department. Commissioner Tribal Welfare has issued necessary instructions to all the Assistant Commissioners Tribal Welfare and District Coordinators of Tribal Welfare Department for ensuring arrangements of training at the district level.The subjects in which training would be imparted include school management, evolving simple and easy technique for teaching new syllabi, management of professional courses, problems of residential schools and their redressal and other problems related to schools. Training would be imparted in batches consisting of 30 to 40 trainees. Training venues would be chosen at the development block level keeping in view the number of trainees and conveyance facility.
As per the instructions, principals who have retired from service during the last three years and block development officers would be appointed trainers. Two trainers would be appointed for every development block and each trainer would get honorarium at the rate of Rs 200 per period. Every trainer would be allotted maximum three periods of 60 minutes’ duration each. Development block level officers would be training incharge who would be solely responsible for conduct of training camps.
The task of monitoring of training has been entrusted to divisional deputy commissioner and district officer. These officers would conduct constant monitoring of the training the submit their report to Commissioner Tribal Welfare in the first week of July.