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Thursday, 10 December 2020

Nishtha Training Aheval Module GET 14 word file

Nishtha Training Aheval Module  GET 14 word file

The Nisha program will also help teachers raise awareness about school safety and security, personal-social qualities, yoga, including health and wellness, as well as school education initiatives such as libraries, eco-clubs, youth clubs. Kitchen garden, environmental concerns and school leadership qualities.


Nishta Program: Detailed

The Nisha program aims to increase the capacity of 42 lakh participating teachers. It will cover all primary level teachers and school heads in all government schools, members of the State Council for Educational Research and Training (SCERT), District Education and Training Institutes (DIETs) as well as block resource coordinators and cluster resources. Coordinators in all States and Union Territories.

Under the program, nationally certified training modules will be developed for all the States and Union Territories. However, the States and Union Territories will be able to use their own materials and resource persons to refer to the training modules and to take into account the key issues and the expected outcomes.

The training will be conducted directly by the Key Resource Person (KRP) and State Resource Person (SRP), to be identified by the State and Union Territories. The training will be conducted by 120 National Resource Persons, KVS, NVS, National Institute of Educational Planning and Administration (NIEPA) and non-governmental organizations identified by key resource persons, NCERT, CBSE.

The main features of the program are activity-based modules including educational games and quizzes and socio-emotional learning, motivational interactions, team building, school-based assessment preparation, built-in continuous buildback mechanism, monitoring online monitoring and support system, training need and impact analysis ( Pre and post training).

The training modules of Nishch program have been developed through consultation process with suggestions from states and Union Territories and educational institutions including CBSE, KVS, NVS, school principals and NGOs like Kaivalya Foundation, Tata Trust, Azim Premji Foundation and ur Robindo Society.

The training program to support teachers has been integrated with technology to facilitate simplification, availability of digital materials and enable technology-enabled teaching methods. To promote this, NCERT has developed a mobile (Modular O Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment) based mobile application and Learning Management System (LMS). LMS will be used as a key tool for online registration of individuals and teachers, dissemination of resources, training distance and impact analysis, monitoring, guidance and online progress.


Teachers play an important role in shaping the future of the country and therefore, they should be of the highest quality. Expectations from teachers are very different in the present times. Teachers are expected to be aware of the provisions regarding the rights of persons with disabilities and POSCO (Protection of Children from Sexual Offenses) Act.

The Nisha program, therefore, strives to train all principals and teachers as first-level counselors so that they become aware and responsive to the needs of students.

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