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How to Start a CBSE School Anywhere in India?

It has been in the news that school timings are going to be extended to make time for the sports period. it is said that the salaries of teachers would have to be raised in this arrangement? will this be mandatory for private CBSE schools?... Read More


Why is Teacher Training a Must?

Teaches are a crucial and integral part of the education system. A great teacher is crucial to a student’s development and growth. So, how does one become a great teacher? As teachers, we are always... Read More


Patna High Court stays the termination of the non-permanent teachers, decries the education system of Bihar

The remarks were made while adjudicating on a case concerning the recruitment of non-permanent teachers in Purnia district. The court stayed the cancellation of the recruitment of the non-permanent teachers in the district.... Read More


Desirable Traits of a Teacher

India with its teacher-training infrastructure, one of the largest in the world, ranks inordinately low when learning outcomes are assessed. Indeed, the government schools are the ones which are annually... Read More


Failing two qualification exams would mean retirement for M.P. school teachers

It was stated by the minister that “After failing to crack the first test, these teachers again underwent training and given opportunity to appear in the exam. Those who have failed in both the tests will be given the compulsory retirement.”... Read More


Teacher Training and Learning Outcomes

There has been a lot of deliberation over the level of qualification and skills of teachers teaching across schools in India. Teacher training policies have been reviewed and commissions appointed to study and report on the scenario.... Read More


interviews for TGT aspirants in government-aided schools scrapped

Procedural regulations regarding the appointment of the trained graduate teachers (TGT) are set to be amended in Uttar Pradesh. After the amendment, the interview stage of the selection procedure of TGT will be omitted and the selection will be based on the merit list which will be prepared based on... Read More


Why Schools Need a School Management Software?

The network of schools is expanding and indeed it should. The quality of education is directly linked to the efficiency of the school management hence it must not be hard to understand that the students, parents and teachers are also the stakeholders in the process of school management.... Read More


Absolute Don’ts of a Teacher Job

A teacher’s job is also not a trivial engagement. Sometimes, and I think everyone would agree with that, we all have bad days - even teachers. But having a bad day as a teacher and being a bad teacher have fundamental differences. Some points to be noted as drawbacks are... Read More


Eleven Techniques to Enhance Teaching Skills

It is said that a teacher is the second most important part of a person’s life after parents. Guru- shishya relation is a dominant one and highly significant in shaping a child’s mental, social and emotional behaviour for growth and development. It is important for a teacher to have good intent to i... Read More


Strategies and Nuances of the Teaching Job

Teaching as a job brings a whole lot of pressure provided you take the role seriously because you are the one who can make or mar so many futures. To become an effective and good teacher is a difficult task but not the one that cannot be accomplished, we wish you luck for that and remember – evolvin... Read More


Corporal Punishment in Schools and teacher culture

While going through Right to Education act one comes across a relatively less talked about the provision which is corporal punishment. I have tried to share information and insights on the subject in this article based not only on what the act itself states but also how it is perceived and to what e... Read More


Things To Do For a Cordial Class Environment

The 1950s marks the period when two psychologists Jacob Kounin and Paul Gump had a eureka moment after observing closely about the psychological changes that happen among children due to the strict nature of teachers. They are of the opinion that if a child disobeys and if the teacher adopts techniq... Read More


Five Secrets to Land Your Dream Teaching Job

Many a time someone else gets the job you have been looking for. There are a set of people who get their dream jobs easily but not because they are more talented than you, rather they stand out due to their innovative approach. Nowadays, landing a teachers' job is not as easy as it was in the past, ... Read More


Interactive Flat panels, the Most Recent Replacements for Traditional Blackboards

The technology has also diverted the classroom scenario from blackboards to smartboards which is a smart way to enhance student -teacher relationship. In the changing times, the smart or interactive classrooms are becoming the standard for quality education. The best thing is these boards come up wi... Read More


Why do Schools fail to get admissions?

Efficient school management emphasizes the bonhomie between the management and the employees, most importantly teachers and management. The expedient measures were taken in this direction improve the receptiveness of the employees and increase the training outcomes almost certainly. It improves the ... Read More


How Teachers can motivate the Unmotivated Students

While we have dealt with subjects like how the schools deal with ambition, the importance of architecture on learning outcomes and deleterious effects of corporal punishment on children... Read More


Is Coaching Different From Mentoring ?

Almost more than half of the teachers have been mentored at some point in their lives. Either when we were hired as a teacher, or when we were a new student in the class. Not many of us can say... Read More


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