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NCERT Brings Up New Guidelines for Students and Teachers From 2018 Onward | Know Details

NCERT 2018: National Council of Educational Research and Training from time to time come up with some new guidelines for students as well as teachers from 2018 onwards. NCERT with the changing scenario of the education system has been bringing alot of change in the rules and regulations. Although the year 2018 has brought huge changes to the education system.

National Council of Educational Research and Training has signed an agreement to train teachers with online courses. On the other hand for the preschool kids, NCERT has formulated new guidelines for their privacy protection. Know the details of both the changes brought up by NCERT in the year 2018 onwards below.

NCERT all set to provide training to teachers with online courses

National Council of Educational Research and Training is all set to train the school teachers with online courses to improve the abilities of the teachers. The same will be rolled out in both rural and urban areas as well by which teachers will be helped with the smooth dissemination of new courses. As per the plan of NCERT, almost 87 lakh of Indian teachers will be trained under the same.

National Council of Educational Research and Training has signed an agreement with Curlin University located in Australia, who will operationalise the development of the training module for the teachers. The decision has been taken by NCERT after the shocking survey revealed by the NAS in the year 2018 of teachers knowledge report.

Even for students, NCERT issues guidelines to protect the privacy of Preschool kid

Along with the teachers, NCERT also worried for the development and growth of the students as well. But with the same, National Council of Educational Research and Training has also formed fresh guidelines to prevent the privacy of the kids. Although the new privacy rules have been formed by NCERT on ‘technology in preschools’ as teachers use to make videos of the kids for the assessment purpose.

As per the new guidelines of NCERT, the video and photographs should only be used by the school or teacher by keeping in mind the privacy rules. Also the same discourages the use of passive and non- interactive use of media for children between the age of 2-5 years.

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