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Education is the crucible in which innovations are forged. Promoting creativity and incentivizing innovations through our educational institutions in a first step toward broadening and deepening the impact of innovations in our society. Recognizing the fundamental role of Education in Nurturing and fostering an ecosystem of innovation, the cell is engaged in series of initiatives to encourage innovations in existing educational institutions/schools for promoting innovative platforms for knowledge creation, dissemination and application. In order to enhance teacher training and enable them to become facilitators of creativity and innovative thinking by tapping creative talent, so that a dedicated, monitoring, evaluation and academic support team is established.

With this concept and vision the District innovation cell Budgam was established in the month of Febury-2017 to ensure the smooth implementations of academic and other initiatives from the higher ups besides ensuring monitoring and evaluation of teaching learning process and providing on site academic support to the teachers by MTS and AMs for rein enforcement of the concepts like minimum levels of learning (MLL) classroom culture, classroom management, students investment, inclusive lesson planning all subjects.

The district innovation Cell comprises of almost two members’s and besides all MTs, DRGs and District Innovation cell members shall function as a unit headed by senior most member of the unit.

The office bearer’s f District Innovation Cell Budgam in the Office of Chief Education Officer Budgam are:

  1. 1) Mr. Javed Ahmad Banday______Inchare Head Innovation Cell.
  2. 2) Mr. Jamsheed Ahmand_________District Co-coordinator DRP Pedagogy.
  3. 3) Muzaffer Ahmad_______________Data Operator.
  4. 4) Haroon Ahmad________________Orderly.

Under The Umbrella of innovation cell, a group of academic monitors (AMs)(list enclosed) four from each Zone shall function as a unit and shall provide academic support for two days in a week in the lab school where he is posted to make it a top performing school and rest of the four days he will visit one/two schools a day for providing onsite academic support and will have to act as a teacher facilitator. He shall develop a rapport with the school administration and the staff for creating a congenial atmosphere and will upload the findings in the Tracker in the DSEK Portal in daily basis.

LEARNING OUTCOME OVERVIEW

National policy on education 1986 and program of action 1992 emphasized that MLLS should be laid down and children’s learning should periodically be assessed to keep the track of their progress.

Learning outcomes are assessment standards indicating the expected levels of learning that child should achieve for that particular class.

Learning outcomes would help teachers in;

  1. 1) To understand the learning levels of the children in their respective classes individually as well as collectively.
  2. 2) A point of reference for conducting achievement surveys.
  3. 3) Sharing with parents and community.

Learning outcomes non included in central rules of RTE act 2009 and NCERT has already developed draft learning outcomes for all subjects up to elementary level.

The learning outcomes developed by NCERT are the minimum levels of learning to facilitate the monitoring of the students against the expected benchmark.