Gunotsav 2.0 and School Development Plan (SDP) training
District Education and Training Bhavan, all
No .: GCERT BIN / 2951 50 - - Gujarat Council of Educational Research and Training, ‘Vidya Bhavana’ Sector-12, Gandhinagar Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Date: 16/07/2021
Subject: Gunotsav 2.0 and School Development Plan (SDP) training.
According to the above subject, according to the result of Gunotsav 2.0, guidance training for quality improvement of schools in the district has to be organized at taluka level. The schools in the red and black color grades of the taluka will have to undergo two days training. The cost of training will be borne by in-service or EDN-12 Appendix-1). The guidelines for training are as follows.
1. The training will have to be organized by DRU branch at diet level. . The training should be imparted jointly by the taluka liaison lecturer and school inspectors.
. The BRC and CRC of the taluka and cluster in red and black color grades should be involved in the training.
. The training will involve the headmaster and teacher of the school in red and black color grades, where only the headmaster of the school with only two teachers will be involved in the first phase.
. The schools participating in the training will get the report card of Gunotsav 2.0, latest school development plan and
The school will have to come up with its own quality improvement plan.
. This training manual and auxiliary materials will have to be taken into consideration. . In the training the head teacher of the green school of the concerned taluka was informed about the “school development” of his school
He will be present as an expert to present a presentation on the basis of the work done in each of the major areas and sub-sectors of the scheme "and Gunotsav 2.0 and will guide the schools during the training.
. After the completion of the training, hand holding will have to be jointly organized by Diet Liaison, BRC Co., School Inspectors and CRC Co. to guide these schools from time to time at the taluka level.
. A detailed report of the entire training will have to be prepared.