NISHTHA courses should be for 9-12 grade teachers in all CBSE schools

The Central Board of Secondary Education (SCHO) has asked all principals of the cooperative schools (around 25,902) to ensure that school principals and teachers (NISHTHA) courses are completed in secondary school (grades 9-12). Teachers according to a timeline shared by the National Council for Educational Research and Training (NCERT), CBSE officials.

Nisata, a comprehensive program under the Samira Shisha and the main program of the Ministry of Education. Launched in 2020. The slides under the NISHTHA program focus on learning outcomes and student-focused pedagogy and are designed in online mode.

NCERT added that these courses are being conducted for secondary school (grades 9-12) across the country through the DIKSHA portal.

“Director (Training and Skills Education) Biswajit Saha has received a recent assignment to the principals in this regard. The letter provides links and outlines the steps for teachers to register and access courses in English and Hindi media at the launch of the digital infrastructure infrastructure, ”said Jaya Singh, principal of DP Public School. CBSE Associated Middle School in Katra.

Asked if the 9th to 12th grade teachers have completed the required level of education, he said an assessment will be made in the next few days to evaluate the progress made in this regard.

Appreciating the move, CBSE-affiliated MPVM Ganga Gurukula said Fafamau Alpona Day urged teachers to enroll in the courses and complete them as needed.

As part of a variety of partner schools such as CBC Independent Private Schools and another link to the Central Tibetan School of Management (CTA), Atomic Energy Education Association (AES), Elavia Model Residential Schools (EMRS), Science Schools and the DIKSHA application Link is also provided by government-sponsored CBSE schools.

The secret is that teachers of Navidaya Vediaalias (NV) and Kendria Vediaalias (Kevis) share course links in their respective organizations. The letter states that the certificate will be issued within 7-10 working days if the course is 100% complete and at least 70% results are obtained by the teacher. In the final evaluation of the course, the top three tests are allowed to score 70%, and participants must reach at least 70% to receive the certificate.

Objectives of NISHTHA Courses

Teachers are trained to use art as a pedagogy and increase creativity and innovation among students

Develop and strengthen the personal-social characteristics of students for the overall development of students

Creating a healthy and safe school environment

ICT integration in instruction, learning and evaluation

Developing a stress-free school-based assessment focuses on the development of learning skills

Teachers receive mobility-based instruction and move from running education to competent education

Teachers and school administrators will be made aware of new initiatives in school education

Improving student learning outcomes

An inclusive and enriching classroom environment

Teachers, as primary counselors, become active and responsive to the social, emotional, and psychological needs of students

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