Guru Chetana Scheme Launched in Karnataka to Improve Quality of Education

September 13, 2017 | Last Modified: September 15, 2017 at 12:01 pm | Category: Karnataka

The Karnataka government has launched “Guru Chetana Scheme” to improve the quality of education in the state. This scheme was launched at a function organized at the District Institute of Training and Education (DIET) by the state govt.

The objective of this scheme is to provide opportunities to the teachers to enhance their skills, ability to learn and increase the base of knowledge to improve the quality of education. The officers of the Department of Public Instructions will design the framework and strive for the successful implementation of Guru Chetana Scheme.

Guru Chetana Scheme

The state government is committed to bring reforms and ensure the quality education in all government aided schools across the state. As per the notification, this scheme contains 29 modules across 8 subjects including Science, English, Social Science and Mathematics.

In addition to this, teachers can choose a subject in any of these modules of their interest to receive specialized training. Teachers can take the full benefit of this scheme and check the performance of their students. This scheme is being launched simultaneously across the State.

Under the scheme, nearly 50,000 teachers will get selected across the state. Furthermore, the government has fixed the target to provide training to 1,400 teachers at district level.

For the success of Guru Chetana Scheme, the state government will select some experts along with teachers as resource persons to implement the scheme across the state. All persons will get benefited from this scheme.

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