Monthly Newsletter | January 2020 | Volume 09
On behalf of the entire School Serv family, I wish you a very happy new year.
For us, the year bygone was the year of path-breaking developments in areas of school set up, improvement and K-12 education technology. In 2019, School Serv celebrated a decade of its founding, new school projects were planned, new products were launched and groundwork for many remarkable school projects was laid. The year 2020 will see the launch of 4 new international school projects, recruitment for the institutions is afoot and admissions has already begun. The notifications can be referred to in this edition of the newsletter.
I am happy to present before you the monthly newsletter for the month of January 2020. This month we have included a couple of reviews relating to the progresses made in the field of education and teacher-training and development in the passing decade, and the most promising trends in education for the coming decade. Other stories include the anger-free zones initiative by the CBSE, the school education quality index of NITI Aayog and the Punjab Child Rights Commission’s contention with the government’s move to introduce English medium in smart schools of the state.
With a fervent hope that this edition will give you insights into the workings of School Serv and will help you in keeping abreast with the important news from school education sector, I present to you the first newsletter of the year 2020.
Happy Schooling !
Several reforms were initiated in the teaching sector in the decade by The Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), the chief policy maker for the school and higher education institutes of the country.
As per the latest government records, as many as 94, 16,895 teachers are currently enrolled in 15, 50,006 schools across the country, wherein 24, 78, 53,688 students study.
The programs undertaken for the quality up gradation of the teaching s...
In a bid to foster an environment for psychological wellbeing and character refinement in children, the CBSE has appealed to the affiliated schools to turn themselves into "anger-free zones". This ...
As the decade nears its end, we try and look back to find out how these past years have contributed to the evolution of education in the country.
The decade saw several developments and shifts in the arena of school education. While the nation witnessed the opening of new higher education institutions like AIIMS, IITs and IIMs, the schools saw the coming of student-centric approaches and the new education policy. The overhauling of the education policy and strategies were also aimed to upgrade the skills of the students and enhance the ...
The schools in Delhi have fared not as well as expected in the ranking done by the NITI Aayog, in comparison with the schools in the other union territories. Theindex on which the rankings have bee...Read more..
Responding to the Punjab education department’s move concerning introduction of English medium in smart schools in the state, the Punjab State Commission for Protection of Child Rights (PSCPCR) has issued a notice to secretary (school education) demanding him to appear before the panel and ...