Catgramegory for designing orientation program

Duration of the Programme : The 96th & 97th Orientation Programmes will be of four weeks' duration. The course will start on 22th June 2017 and shall be over on 19th July 2017.  

The Course Content: The  Orientation Programme includes the topics suggested in Guidelines of XII Five year Plan of UGC- Human Resource Development Centre, New Delhi. According to the Guideline, the objective of the orientation programme is to make teachers an agent of socioeconomic change and put them in centre stage of national development. 

The components suggested in the Guidelines are as follows:

· 10% weight for topics in higher education such as issues of ethics, gender, marginalized communities, plagiarism etc.

· 10% weight for issues related to environment.

· 10% weight for issues concerning service matters of teachers.

· 20% for broad cross discipline topics to motivate the trainees for development of interdisciplinary understanding and interest including basic legal awareness.

· 10% weight for Research Methodology.

· 15% weight for Communication Skills and Information Technology.

· 10% weight for Microteaching

· The remaining 15% of content of the First Level Programme will be focused on broad understanding of various subjects with recent global trends and developments.

 The lectures based on above components shall be delivered in the programme. 

 

Evaluation of Participants

When possible, experts, preferably external, will be asked to assess the participants on

the basis of multiple-choice objective tests, and give grades to participants, taking also

into account other evaluations already done. The grading will be as follows:

i. A: 75 per cent and above

ii. B: 60 per cent to less than 75 per cent

iii. C: 50 per cent to less than 60 per cent

iv. D: Below 50 per cent

Those teacher participants who get Grade D are required to repeat the programme after a gap of one year without financial commitment to the UGC-RCCB and HRDC.

The total marks will be 100 and the same will be distributed in the following manner:

I. Multiple-choice objective tests 30

II. Seminars/participant presentation 15

III. Project/survey/others 20

IV. Micro-teaching/participation 10

V. Holistic response 25

(punctuality, regularity, initiative, conduct, responsiveness, etc.)

The above distribution may be adjusted to meet specific requirements.

The certificate issued to the teacher participant will only be valid if supported by the Grade based on the evaluation made during the programme.

 

 

Kindly visit the following link to view the Guideline of  XII Five Year Plan For UGC-HRDC

http://www.ugc.ac.in/pdfnews/8712907_XII-Plan-RCCB--HRDC-Guidelines.pdf

The Course Content: The  Orientation Programme includes the topics suggested in Guidelines of XII Five year Plan of UGC- Human Resource Development Centre, New Delhi. According to the Guideline, the objective of the orientation programme is to make teachers an agent of socioeconomic change and put them in centre stage of national development. 

The components suggested in the Guidelines are as follows:

  • · 10% weight for topics in higher education such as issues of ethics, gender, marginalized communities, plagiarism etc.
  • · 10% weight for issues related to environment.
  • · 10% weight for issues concerning service matters of teachers.
  • · 20% for broad cross discipline topics to motivate the trainees for development of interdisciplinary understanding and interest including basic legal awareness.
  • · 10% weight for Research Methodology.
  • · 15% weight for Communication Skills and Information Technology.
  • · 10% weight for Microteaching
  • · The remaining 15% of content of the First Level Programme will be focused on broad understanding of various subjects with recent global trends and developments.

 The lectures based on above components shall be delivered in the programme. 

Evaluation of Participants

When possible, experts, preferably external, will be asked to assess the participants on the basis of multiple-choice objective tests, and give grades to participants, taking also into account other evaluations already done. The grading will be as follows:

i. A: 75 per cent and above

ii. B: 60 per cent to less than 75 per cent

iii. C: 50 per cent to less than 60 per cent

iv. D: Below 50 per cent

Those teacher participants who get Grade D are required to repeat the programme after a gap of one year without financial commitment to the UGC-RCCB and HRDC.

The total marks will be 100 and the same will be distributed in the following manner:

I. Multiple-choice objective tests 30

II. Seminars/participant presentation 15

III. Project/survey/others 20

IV. Micro-teaching/participation 10

V. Holistic response 25

(punctuality, regularity, initiative, conduct, responsiveness, etc.)

The above distribution may be adjusted to meet specific requirements.

The certificate issued to the teacher participant will only be valid if supported by the Grade based on the evaluation made during the programme.