CBSE to train school heads across country

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will train principals of all its 13,500 schools across the country in effective leadership and school management.

CBSE officer said the flagship behavioural programme on leadership and school management will be offered in residential and non-residential format schools from April 1 for a week.

The Board spokesperson said in changing times school principals too need to expand their leadership capability to manage the entire education process.

“The programme will empower them to play a bigger role in leading their schools and to improve the overall education process,” the spokesperson said.

The programme is divided into two parts of behavioural learning on leadership which will include unravelling leadership styles, goal setting, collaboration and team building, vision building, time management and conflict resolution.

“The technical part of the programme will teach school heads to speed up reforms and policies of CBSE and the government like Right to Education (RTE), the officer said.

Santhosh Babu, founding managing director of organisation development alternatives who have been assigned to train said the initiative will help to strengthen leadership capabilities of principals.

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