On weekends, Alumni to teach at their alma mater

On weekends, Alumni to teach at their alma mater

In an attempt to provide an opportunity to the alumni, spread at different places for job, but still nursing an ambition to do their mite to their almamater, the government has come out with a unique programme; ‘Shaalege banni Shanivara; Kaliyalu Needi Sahakara’ to be launched from the current academic year.

Majority of those employed with government and private sectors at district centres, Bengaluru and other districts have their roots in rural areas. They are aware of the education system and facilities (un) available at schools back home and nurture a secret ambition of sharing their knowledge with the students.

Generally, those working at software companies and others are free on Saturdays as they enjoy two days holidays on weekend. On weekend, such techies will teach at schools from 7.30 am to 12 noon on these days.

State Educational Institution and Training department has constituted some guidelines for the employed who are willing to serve. The employees are free to select any school in their native, or their alma mater, or any schools irrespective of urban and rural areas. It is mandatory to seek permission from the school heads and inform their duration of service, along with providing their residential address, e-mail address, cell phone number and other required details.

They should take the classes as per schedule and should inform in prior in case of otherwise. They may select subjects considered tough for the students and make it easy for the students to improve their knowledge.

They should abide by the norms followed by the school. One of the school teachers should guide and help them in their job, according to the guidelines.

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