<red> June 14th, 2022 <red>
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has launched the “Learning from Practitioner” Program for affiliated school teachers. In this program, teachers can share their ideas about solving challenges and problems occurring while teaching in schools. Also, to help them work on their project, teachers will be rewarded with a grant after selection.
The board will select 25 finalists and give them mentorship to scale their ideas. The CBSE Official added, “Preference will be given to those proposals which are directly aligned with the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020.”
There are some rules for the participation in the learning for practitioner program, and these rules are as follows:
Interested applicants/ teachers of all affiliated schools with CBSE can submit their proposals to this link. This form can only be filled by using CBSE Edu ID () and the last date to apply for the form is August 31st, 2022.
All the details to be uploaded on the link in Word and/ or PDF format are provided by CBSE. Take a look at the screenshot below.
You can download the above list of required information in PDF format from the below link.
There are several benefits that selected candidates will get, and these benefits are as follows:
This program will be helpful for teachers/ faculties in many ways. They will get chance to put their views or ideas related to teaching problems in front of experts. The selected applicants will be grant the amount of ₹25,000 which will be useful in generating and documenting evidence and scaling the program. If teachers have any ideas to show then they should participate in this program.