DK teachers to study edn model in God's own land

 Well, 161 Head Teachers from various Government High Schools in Dakshina Kannada district are all set to visit Kerala to look into the study methodologies used there.
The inter-state study tour concept, which will be the first of its kind in the State, will be undertaken by Rashtriya Madyamika Shikshana Abhiyan (RMSA).

As many as 4,344 Head Teachers of different government schools of the State will visit the neighbouring states such as Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala and Maharashtra.
There they shall visit the District Institute of Education and Training Centres, Government Schools, Block Education Offices and learn about its functioning.

They shall study on the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs), Educom programmes, effect on the use of computers on students, administrative techniques, syllabus, content improvement, teachers training programmes, analyse the results of the 10th standard students and also learn how other states manage school dropouts.

After the tour, they shall prepare reports on their study and submit them to the RMSA so that successful concepts can be integrated in State education system. The central government has released Rs 65.16 lakhs to the state for this tour.

Speaking to Deccan Herald, RMSA Assistant Project Coordinator Geetha Devdas said that 161 Head Teachers from DK district will be divided into three groups and will be taken to the different districts in Kerala in the month of December. The department will spend Rs 1,500 on each teacher for three days, she said and added that Rs 2,41,500 has been released to the DK district for the tour.

“This is a very good opportunity. We can compare our education system with the other education systems and hence fill up the lacunae. The Head Teachers will also receive a lot of exposure,” says Government High School (Urdu) Bunder Head Teacher Rajeshwari V.
Deputy Director of Public Instructions Moses Jayashekar told Deccan Herald that the deliberations from the tour will be considered in improving the state education system.
“This is a good opportunity and it will ultimately benefit students,” he added.

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