Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan 18 Institutional Area, Shaheed Jeet Singh Marg New Delhi – 110602



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Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan

18 Institutional Area,

Shaheed Jeet Singh Marg

New Delhi – 110602

Tel: 26965154 Fax No. 26514179


Website: www.kvsangathan.nic.in

No. F.110338-1/2010-KVSHQ(Acad.) Date : 15.03.2010
The Assistant Commissioner

Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan

All Regions

& Directors, ZIET Mumbai / Gwalior / Mysore / Chandigarh.


SUB: IN-SERVICE TRAINING COURSE FOR PGTS/ TGTS/ HM/ PRT/ MISC.TEACHERS 2010-11.
Madam/Sir,
The details of in – service courses slated to be held during the summer vacation 2010 has been finalized and the details are given below for your information and necessary action please:
The dates for the Courses for PGT, TGT, HM and PRTs are given as under:

  1. PGTs and PRTs – 03rd May to 14th May 2010. (In view of the commonwealth Games, 2010, summer vacations in Delhi will be re-scheduled. Accordingly courses for PGTs and PRTs to be conducted at Delhi will be arranged from 08th May to 19th May, 2010.)



  1. TGTs and HM - 07th June to 18th June 2010.



  1. The List of Venues, Directors and Resource Persons shall be circulated by the Director, ZIET Mumbai in Annexure-I.




  1. The approved norms of expenditure for the various courses given in Annexure – II.




  1. The details of Orientation Courses for the Directors, Associate Directors and Resource Persons to be conducted by the various ZIETs is given in Annexure – III.

1. Wherever Directors, Associate Directors and Resource Persons are not identified or wherever changes are to be effected in exceptional circumstances, the Assistant Commissioner of the Regional Office concerned shall identify and depute suitable officials in consultation with the Course Directors. While selecting Directors / Associate Directors / Resource Persons the following aspects would be carefully considered by the ROs:


      1. Teacher(s) who have received the National / KVS Incentive Award.

      2. Those teacher(s) who were deputed for posting at KV Moscow / Kathmandu / Tehran.

      3. Teacher(s) who have been deputed under Teacher Exchange programmes like Fulbright Japan Teacher Exchange Programme and other similar programmes to countries like US/UK/Japan/Singapore etc.




      1. Teacher (s) undergone PG Diploma in Guidance and Counseling conducted at NCERT / RIEs.




      1. Retired officers / teachers of KVS and other organizations who have got past experience and expertise in various subject areas.




      1. Officers / Teachers deputed by KVS under specialized training in NCERT / NUEPA/TTI/IIM etc.




      1. Any other outstanding teachers as deemed competent by the AC.

2. You would appreciate that a teacher has to be a life long learner. The in-service courses are opportunities for teachers to update their knowledge and upgrade their pedagogical skills. Besides above, KVS spends considerable resources on the organization of training programmes and resources should be used optimally. In view of this, the Assistant Commissioners should ensure that all the identified teachers are deputed to attend these courses without fail. Further, dropping out by the teachers in the last minute on flimsy grounds needs be reduced. The Commissioner has desired that all the teachers deputed for the courses attend the programme without any exception.


3. When a teacher seeks exemption from attending the in – service course, such application needs to be submitted to the Assistant Commissioner of the region by the Principal along with his / her clear recommendation and teacher’s refusal to attend such courses in the past, if any. The Assistant Commissioner, shall then decide the case on merit and communicate his / her decision to the concerned through the Principal and also to the Course Director as well the Director, KVS ZIET Mumbai.

4. It should also be ensured that no teachers are left out who are due for grant of senior scale / selection grade on or before 30.6.2010 and have not attended any in-service course between 2005 and 2009 in the same cadre. In case names of such teachers are not included in the list already sent by you, their names should be sent directly to the nearest venue director of the course with a copy to ZIET Mumbai by 25-3-2010. In addition, those teachers who could not attend the second spell of ten days in – service course in 2009 – 10, must be asked to attend 12 days course (only) during summer vacation 2010 .


5. It has also come to the notice of this office that in certain cases teachers who have attended the 12 day In–service course during 2008 and 2009 could not complete the remaining part of three 3- day short term courses. Such teachers should be given opportunity by the regional office itself to complete the left over spells so that their mandatory requirement of attending 21 days in – service course would be fulfilled.
6. The Director ZIETs and Assistant Commissioners concerned will ensure that all the Directors / Associate directors and Resource Persons identified for conduct of the in-service courses attend the orientation course as per the schedule given in Annexure-II. The orientation Programme should be conducted as per action plan given below:


  1. Detailed schedule for 12-days in-service training courses for each subject of orientation course assigned be prepared and finalized.

  2. Training manuals prepared in 2009 be updated with reference to change in syllabus and NCF- 2005

  3. In case of TGT Social Studies, History background teachers should be given exposure to Economics and Geography and vice-versa.

  4. Topics will be elaborated with detailed methodology.

  5. Wherever group discussions, case studies, perception exercises, life skill activities, etc. are used, details should be worked out during orientation programme.

  6. Stress on communication and spoken English skills should be emphasized. (30% of the In-service Course time should be allotted for spoken English for PRTs and

  7. + all Promotees and for the remaining courses 20% of the time should be allotted).

  8. Adolescence Education and Personality development, soft skills and 21st century skills should be made mandatory components in the course design.

  9. Local Experts should be selected on the basis of required topics and not the other way round.

  10. IT module identification and plan action should be done.

  11. Use of Educational Technology in the classroom, computer aided instruction should be discussed.

  12. Copy of the finalized training module should be handed over to the Course Director at the venue of the Orientation Course itself.

  13. The Pre-test for PGTs and TGTs should be of 03 hours duration and the test will be on the basis of CBSE pattern and for PRTs it shall be for two hours. There shall be two tests during the conduct of the course of one hour duration each on 6th and 11th day respectively from the areas covered / included in those periods. In addition, the activities carried out by the participants like model lessons, assignments, participation in discussions etc., shall also be evaluated. The overall grading shall be done in the ratio of 60:40 for the written tests and activities respectively. A teacher securing less than 75% marks in the overall grading in second spell shall be asked to repeat the training at the next available opportunity.

  14. Plan for short tests of the participants and evaluation should be prepared.

  15. Blue print for evaluation and marking scheme should be prepared. Latest trends in evaluation with special focus (20%) on HOTS (High Order Thinking Skills) from the academic session 2009-2010 should be discussed.

  16. Grading system in Primary class should be discussed in PRT/HM courses.

  17. NCF- 2005 with special focus on constructivist approach to teaching should be discussed

  18. Innovations and experimentation in classroom teaching-learning process, action research should be discussed.

  19. Ways and means to tackle individual differences among students should be discussed.

  20. Emphasis should be given on carrying out the activities given at the end of each lesson of NCERT / CBSE books to enable students to have better understanding in the lesson/ subject.

  21. Concept of projects / assignments and their evaluation be discussed and a uniform system be adopted.

  22. Focus on Activity approach, laboratory based experience should be adopted.

  23. Special emphasis should be given on Common Minimum Programme for Primary Education as circulated by KVS ( Hqrs) in PRT/HM Courses.

  24. Orientation on National/International Olympiads and competitions like: KVYP, NTSE, INMO, Physics Olympiad, Chemistry Olympiad, Cyber Olympiad, Science Olympiad, Intel Science fair, Oracle Think quest etc. needs to be taken up.

  25. Developing life skills amongst teachers and students should be discussed.

  26. For PGT(Computer Science) focus should be on CBSE syllabus for “Computer Science” and “Informatics Practices”. The other important areas to be covered are:

    1. Role and responsibilities of PGT (Computer Science) maintenance of ICT infrastructure in KVS.

    2. Developing effective Information Management structure in KVs: maintenance and updating of Web sties, e-learning, content mapping for e-learning.

  27. In case of training of promotee teachers, the focus should be on:

      1. Awareness of the syllabus.

      2. Capacity building : Understanding of concepts that are relatively difficult and effective transaction of curriculum in the classroom.

      3. Understanding of students’ requirements.

      4. Awareness of expectations of stakeholders.

      5. Competency in spoken English.

  28. The Assistant Commissioners are requested to depute PGT(Computer Science) from the vicinity of the training centre/ the in-service course venue or the school itself for 2 hours per day for 5 days.

  29. All the trainees should be exposed to latest trends in their subject area with focus on use of ICT to become more resourceful in sharing and use of learning resources.

  30. Sensitization of teachers towards differently abled children.

7. The in – service courses as well as the orientation courses should be interactive and need based. Further, it may also be ensured that all the trainees be given minimum basic comfort at each training venue for a conducive learning environment. A small committee of participants may be constituted to oversee food and other arrangements in consultation with the Course Director and participants.


8. Various Educational Organizations like Sainik Schools, Military Schools, Central Tibetan School Administration (CTSA), ISRO, DAV schools, Army Public Schools and similar chains of Govt. funded schools as well as private schools are approaching KVS for permitting their teacher (s) of various cadres to undergo In-service Courses organized by KVS. You are requested to allow such teachers from these organizations/schools to attend in-service courses with following conditions (for both 12 and 10 days courses):


  1. The Organization / Schools will send the list of teachers nominated for course (s) to the Principal / Director of training venue with a copy to the concerned, ZIET, and Director, ZIET, Mumbai at least 15 days in advance.




  1. Teacher (s) deputed for any In-service course will report to the Director at the training venue with course fee of Rs. 5,000/- per participant in the form of Demand Draft in favour of the concerned KV /ZIET. The charges towards board and lodging will be borne separately by the participant as per KVS norms.

9. The Assistant Commissioner / EO / Directors of ZIETs / Officers of KVS HQ will visit the various training venues in consultation with Deputy Commissioner (Trg) to enrich the programmes.


10. All the course Director (s) will send following inputs to ZIETs as per distribution given below.

  • A consolidated feed back given by the participants at the end of the training.

  • Participant wise pre and post test results.

  • Session wise report for each course.

  • List of absentees with name, designation and KV. (To be sent on the second

day of the course)

The ZIET Mysore, Gwalior and Chandigarh after consolidating course-wise information on all the above courses will send the same to ZIET Mumbai. The ZIET Mumbai will consolidate all the inputs and send a final report to the undersigned.


11. KVS receives representation from the teacher(s) for change of training venues. Normally the Assistant Commissioners should not entertain such requests as it disturbs the training plan. However, in case of genuine reason(s) such representations should be disposed of at the level of Assistant Commissioner concerned. The change of venue on genuine grounds may be considered and should be communicated to the concerned Director, KVS ZIET, Course Director and Venue Principal concerned at least 10 days before commencement of the course in the format already circulated last year. Assistant Commissioner must ensure that Promotee Teachers are not nominated for regular teachers Course & vice-versa in case of change of venue is permitted.
You are requested to make necessary arrangements for the successful conduct of the orientation and in – service courses.
Yours faithfully,

(DR. SHACHIKANT)

DY. COMMISSIONER (TRG)

Encl : Annexure – I - List of Venues, Directors, Asstt. Directors and Dates.

Annexure-II – Norms of Expenditure.



Annexure – III – Details of Orientation Programme.
Copy to:-


  1. PS to Commissioner, KVS(HQ), New Delhi.

  2. PS to Joint Commissioner (Admn.), KVS(HQ)

  3. PS to Joint Commissioner (Acad.) KVS(HQ).

  4. The Deputy Commissioner (Acad.), KVS(HQ).

  5. The Deputy Commissioner (Admn. / Pers.), KVS(HQ), New Delhi.

  6. The Assistant Commissioner (Acad. ), KVS(HQ).

  7. The Assistant Commissioner (Fin.), KVS(HQ).

  8. The Assistant Commissioner (Admn.), KVS(HQ).

  9. Shri J.P. Gupta, Education Officer (Trg.), KVS(HQ).

  10. The Education Officer (Vig.) and EA to Commissioner, KVS(HQ).

  11. Shri Rajeev Lochan, Education Officer,, KVS(HQ).

  12. Shri Somit Srivastava, Education Offficer (EDP) Cell, KVS(HQ).

  13. Smt. A.N. Siddiqui, Education Officer, KVS(HQ).

  14. The Director, KVS, ZIET, Mysore / Gwalior / Mumbai/Chandigarh.

  15. The Senior Accounts and Audit Officer, KVS(HQ).

  16. Shri R.N. Singh, Sr. AO, KVS(HQ).

  17. Shri R.K. Sharma, Sr. AO, KVS(HQ).

  18. Shri B.N. Vidyashankara, Sr. AO, KVS(HQ).

  19. The Executive Engineer, KVS(HQ).

  20. The Education Officers, all Regional Offices of KVS.


DY. COMMISSIONER (TRG)

ANNEXURE-II

KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA SANGATHAN

NEW DELHI

EXPENDITURE NORMS APPROVED FOR THREE DAY ORIENTATION COURSE(s) AND 12 DAYS IN-SERVICE COURSE(s)


A.


PRT & HM Courses

Amount (in Rs.)

1.

Honorarium




i)

*Director (1)

1500

ii)

Guest Speakers (03 - Outside) @ Rs. 500 x 03

1500

iii)

Resource Persons @ Rs. 750 x 3

2250

iv)

IT Experts @ Rs. 750 x 2

1500

2.

DTP & Xerox

3000

3.

Stationery & Teaching materials, Reports/Certificates

10000

4.

Conveyance for field visit

5000

5.

Misc. Expenditure

750

6.

Total Expenditure

25500


B.


PGT (PHY/CHEM/BIO/GEO/Computer SC.

Amount (in Rs.)

1.

HONORARIUM




i)

*Director @ Associate director @ Rs. 1500 x 2

3000

ii)

Guest Speakers (05 – outise) @ Rs. 500 x 10

5000

iii)

Resource Persons @ Rs. 750 x 2

1500

iv)

IT Experts @ Rs. 750 x 2

1500

2.

Stationery & Teaching materials, Report/Certificate

10000

3.

Conveyance for field visit

5000

4.

Lab Material

4000

5.

DTP & Xerox

3000

6.

Misc. Expenditure

500

7.

Total Expenditure

33500



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C.


PGT(ENG./HIN/HIST/ECO/COMM/MATH) COURSES

Amount (in Rs.)

1.

HONORARIUM




i)

*Director & Associate director @ Rs. 1500 x 2

3000

ii)

Guest Speakers (5 – outside) & Rs. 500 x 10

5000

iii)

Resource Persons @ Rs. 750 x 2

1500

iv)

IT Experts @ Rs. 750 x 2

1500

2.

Stationery & Teaching materials, Report/Certificates

10000

3.

Conveyance for field visit

5000

4.

DTP & Xerox

3000

5.

Misc. Expenditure

500

6.

Total Expenditure

29500





D.


TGT (SC/MATHS) COURSES

Amount (in Rs.)

1.

HONORAIRUM




i)

*Director & Associate director @ Rs. 1500 x 2

3000

ii)

Guest Speakers - 02 (outside) & Rs. 500 x 3

1500

iii)

Resource Persons @ Rs. 750 x 3

2250

iv)

IT Experts @ Rs. 750 x 2

1500

2.

Stationery & Teaching materials, Report/Certificates

10000

3.

Conveyance for field visit

5000

4.

Lab Material

2500

5.

DTP & Xerox

3000

6.

Misc. Expenditure

250

7.

Total Expenditure

29000


E.


TGT (ENG/HIN/SANSKRIT/S.ST) COURSES

Amount (in Rs.)

1.

HONORAIRUM




i)

*Director & Associate director @ Rs. 1500 x 2

3000

ii)

Guest Speakers - 05 (outside) & Rs. 500 x 3

1500

iii)

Resource Persons @ Rs. 750 x 3

2250

iv)

IT Experts @ Rs. 750 x 2

1500

2.

Stationery & Teaching materials, Report/Certificates

10000

3.

Conveyance for field visit

5000

4.

DTP & Xerox

3000

5.

Misc. Expenditure

250

6.

Total Expenditure

26500


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F.


MISC. CATEGORY (MUSIC, LIBRARIAN) COURSES

Amount (in Rs.)

1.

HONORAIRUM




i)

*Director & Associate director @ Rs. 1500 x 2

3000

ii)

Guest Speakers - 05 (outside) & Rs. 500 x 10

5000

iii)

Resource Persons @ Rs. 750 x1

750

iv)

IT Experts @ Rs. 750 x 2

1500

2.

Stationery & Teaching materials, Report/Certificates

10000

3.

Conveyance for field visit

5000

4.

DTP & Xerox

3000

5.

Misc. Expenditure

250




Total Expenditure

28500


G.


MISC.CATEGORY (DRAWING/WORKS EXP.TRS.) COURSES

Amount (in Rs.)

1.

HONORAIRUM




i)

*Director & Associate director @ Rs. 1500 x 2

3000

ii)

Guest Speakers (2 – outside) & Rs. 500 x 10

5000

iii)

Resource Persons @ Rs. 750 x1

750

iv)

IT Experts @ Rs. 750 x 2

1500

2.

Stationery & Teaching material, Report/Certificates

10000

3.

Conveyance for field visit

5000

4.

DTP & Xerox

3000

5.

Art & Craft Material

10000

6.

Misc. Expenditure

250




Total Expenditure

38500



* No Honorarium will be paid to Director/Associate Director in case they belongs to ZIETs.

ANNEXURE - III
PROPOSAL FOR ORIENTATION PROGRAMME IN APRIL, 2010


Dates

ZIET Mumbai

ZIET Gwalior

ZIET Mysore

ZIET Chandigarh

April

7 – 9, 2010

PRTs –

Ahmedabad-2

Bhubanweswar-4

Mumbai-4


HM-2

PRTs –

Bhopal -4

Jabalpur – 3

Jaipur – 4

Kolkata -2


-

PRTs –

Chandigarh -3

Delhi – 5 and

Jammu -4





Total – 12

Total – 13

-

Total – 12

April

13 – 15, 2010

PGTs Maths – 5

and


TGTs Maths -10

PGTs Hindi -4

TGTs Hindi -8

and

TGT – Sanskrit-4



PRTs –

Bangalore -2

Chennai -6

Hyderabad – 2

and Silchar-2


PRTs –

Dehradun -4

Guwahati – 3

Lucknow – 4

and Patna -3





Total – 15

Total – 16

Total – 12

Total - 14

April

20 22,2010

PGTs –

History -1

Geography -1

Economics – 3

Commerce – 3

and TGT SOST-9



PGTs English -5

and


TGTs English-10

PGTs –

Biologyi – 4

Bio-Technology -1

and


TGT Science -6

PGTs –

Physics – 6

Chemistry – 6

and


Computer Sc.-2




Total - 17

Total – 15

Total -11

Total - 14



HOLIDAYS IN APRIL : 2ND April, 2010 (Friday) – Good Friday
And
(Dr. Ambedkar Jayanti – 14.4.2010 (Wednesday), if declared later )
SATURDAYS/ SUNDAYS IN APRIL


SR. No.

Saturdays

Sundays


1

03.04.2010

04.04.2010

2

10.04.2010

11.04.2010

3

17.04.2010

18.04.2010

4

24.04.2010

25.04.2010

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