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Particulars of Organization, Functions and Duties

[Section 4 (1) (b) (i)]
 

1. AIMS AND OBJECTIVES OF THE ORGANIZATION

    1. As per the Memorandum of Association of SCERT, a Society registered under the Societies Act, the objects of the Council shall be :

      1. To assist and advise the administration of Delhi in the implementation of its policies and major programmes for human resource development especially in the field of education, woman and child development, national integration and related areas.

      2. To promote educational researches and training of teachers and other personnel.

      3. To develop the curriculum, aiming at an all round development of the child, and at all levels of education.

      4. To develop and produce teaching-learning materials.

      5. To develop Educational Technology for use in the teaching learning activities and training programmes and to provide Distance Education.

      6. To devise the systems and approaches for qualitative education.

      7. To develop scientific processes of evalution of the pupil and the educational programmes and institutions.

      8. To develop the strategies to achieve the goals of education for equality.

      9. To establish linkages with NCERT, various department of Universities of Delhi, Administration of U. T. of Delhi, Deptt. of Education, other educational institutions of Central and Delhi Administration.

      10. To develop, adopt/adapt, & produce curricular materials, text-books and other related instructional materials.

      11. To develop educational materials for the education of and guidance to children from disadvantaged group.

      12. To guide, develop & provide educational materials for non-formal education/educational functional literature.

      13. To promote and assist Delhi Administration in SUPW & Vocational Education in the State/U.T. of Delhi.

      14. To improve the existing examination system and to prepare relevant materials in different areas for schools education.

      15. To provide pre-service and in-service training to teachers at all levels of school education.


    2. For realization of these objectives, the Council may undertake any or all of the following functions, programmes and activities.

      1. To undertake, assist, promote and co-ordinate research in all aspects of education so as to bring about quality improvement.

      2. To organize pre-service and in-service training at elementary, secondary & also at an advanced level.

      3. To organize and provide extension services for such institutions as are engaged in educational research and training of teachers.

      4. To experiment, develop and/or to disseminate improved educational programmes, techniques and practices in schools.

      5. To develop the curriculum and instructional materials.

      6. To undertake the preparation, evaluation, revision and production of teaching-learning materials to improve the quality of education.

      7. To develop materials through use of educational technology and other means for improving the teaching-learning process.

      8. To assist and advise the various agencies of mass media for the propagation of education.

      9. To experiment and recommend for the implementation of scientific pupil evaluation of pupils at all levels.

      10. To advise the systems and approaches for efficient management, evaluation and monitoring of educational institutions.

      11. To suggest measures for the education for equality.

      12. To frame the programmes and suggest the initiations of actions to achieve the Universalisation of Elementary Education.

      13. To suggest measures for ensuring qualitative education.

      14. To select and suggest the techniques for distance education.

      15. To identify the talented children and plan for nurturing of their talent.

      16. To plan, execute and evaluate the educational programmes in the State of Delhi.

      17. To develop the State/UT and District level Resource Centres in the State/UT in the various fields of education.

      18. To design the curriculum and learning materials of teacher education and workout the process for enhancing the potentialities of the teachers.

      19. To facilitate local bodies for Primary and Pre-primary education/middle/secondary/sr. sec. education for Delhi and other State/Centre level institutions; organizations and agencies in developing and implementing programmes for qualitative improvement of education.

      20. To collaborate and cooperate with national and other centre/state level institutions for the furtherance of its objectives.

      21. To establish, in any part of the State/UT, such institutions as may be necessary to realize its objectives.

      22. To act as clearing house for ideas and information on all matters relating to education.

      23. To advise the Delhi Administration and other educational organizations and institutions on matters relating to education.

      24. To develop and manage the educational information system.

      25. To develop and/or publish such books, materials, periodicals and other literature as may be necessary for furtherance of its objectives.

      26. To function as link organization between the National/State/UT and District level institutions.

      27. To acquire by gift, purchase, lease or otherwise any property, movable or immovable, which may be necessary or convenient for the purposes of the Council and to construct, alter and maintain any building or buildings for the purposes of the Council.

      28. To draw, make, accept, endorse, discount and negotiate with the Administration of Delhi the promissory notes, bills of exchanges, cheques or their negotiable instruments.

      29. To invest the funds of the Council in such securities or in such manner as may from time to time be determined by the Executive Committee and from time to time, to sell or transfer such investment.

      30. To sell, transfer lease or otherwise dispose of all or any property of the Council, and

      31. To do all such things as the Council may consider necessary incidental or conducive to its primary objectives of promoting educational research, advance professional training of educational personnel and the provision of extension services to educational institutions.

  1. MISSION/VISION

    • To work towards universal elementary education of equitable quality for all children in Delhi.

    • To work towards quality improvement at all spheres and all levels of education.

    • To work towards universal elementary education and universal adult literacy.

    • To act as resource support agency for policy, planning, research, training & material development for the school system in Delhi.

    • To act as affiliating agency for elementary and pre-school teacher education courses and teacher education institutions working in the GNCT of Delhi.

    • To design Courses for professional development of teachers.

    • To frame curricula, syllabi, textbooks, materials and evaluation framework for educational administrators, teachers and children.

  2. BRIEF HISTORY AND BACKGROUND FOR ITS ESTABLISHMENT

    The 1986 National Policy on Education, recommended the creation of State Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT) in each State as a measure of decentralization of functions of quality education, research and training. SCERT, Delhi, was set up as an autonomous body under the Societies Registration Act in May, 1988. It receives funding from GNCT of Delhi under the Grants-in-aid scheme. 9 District Institutes of Education and Training (DIETs) have been set up for each of the 9 revenue districts in Delhi and these operate under the overall administrative control of SCERT.



    Funding for DIETs comes from MHRD under the Centrally Sponsored Scheme for Teacher Education and Re-organisation and is routed through GNCTD.



    SCERT is also the affiliating body for Elementary Teacher Education (ETE) Course and Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) Course. SCERT is responsible for preparing the curriculum, prescribing syllabi, course of study, academic calendar for these Courses. SCERT also conducts the Entrance Examination for its affiliate institutes and admits candidates for the Course. SCERT awards the Diploma to successful students in ETE and NTT. As on date, apart from DIETs, 10 private institutions are affiliated to SCERT for conducting the pre-service Elementary Teacher Education Course and 18 private institutions are affiliated for the Early Childhood Care and Education Course. Details of these institutions are given in manual 1 (9).


    SCERT organizes in-service teacher education programmes for teachers on MCD and Dte. of Education. Special workshops for Heads of Schools are also undertaken. During the period 1991-2005, SCERT alongwith DIETs, have organized in-service training/orientation programmes for 91, 273 personnel, Heads of Schools, educational administrators, and teachers.

     

    SCERT is responsible for material development both for children and support materials for teachers. Other functions include research in various aspects for qualitative improvement of school education. Between 1988-2005, 215 publications have been brought out by SCERT.


    SCERT-DIETs is also resource support organisation for Universal Elementary Education Mission (UEEM), under which Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan and Primary Education Enhancement Programmes are undertaken. 

     

Organisation Chart of SCERT





6. DUTIES TO BE PERFORMED TO ACHIEVE THE MISSION

    1. The main duties to be performed by SCERT to achieve the Mission are :

    1. Organise regular In-service teacher education programmes for all teachers in the system.

    2. Design and Organise Course for professional advancement of teachers such as B.Ed. (In-Service).

    3. Prepare textual materials for children at all levels of school education.

    4. Prepare teacher support materials.

    5. Prepare computer aided learning modules, cassettes, CDs, teaching-aids.

    6. Conduct research for qualitative improvement of school education.

    7. Evolve and initiate school improvement programmes.

    8. Oversee the functioning of DIETs.

    9. Act as affiliating body for elementary and early childhood care and education Courses in GNCTD.

    10. Conduct entrance examinations, syllabi, examinations and award Diploma for these Courses.

    11. Act as resource support agency to Directorate of Eduation and MCD.

    12. liase with apex organizations and disseminate current trends in school education to the system. 


The detailed functions of DIETs as per the MHRD Guidelines are as follows :


    1. Pre-Service Teacher Education (PSTE) Branch


      1. Organising Pre-service course for elementary school teachers.

      2. Propagation of (a) learner centred education and (b) education for personality development (including value and culture education), through extension, preparation of suitable teaching aids, action research etc.

      3. All general matters concerning teaching methodology (e.g. multi grade teaching, peer group tutoring etc.) and specific matters concerning teaching methodology of the school NFE subjects represented in the Branch.

      4. Provision of Psychological Counselling and guidance services to schools and NFE/AE Centres of the district.

      5. All matters relating to learning by Children of Disadvantaged groups (e.g. special remedial instruction for first generation learners).

      6. Education of children with major handicaps and other mild (physical and mental) handicaps and Education of the Gifted.

      7. To provide inputs into programmes/activities of all other branches of the Institute, to the extent of subjects/ areas represented/handled in the Branch.

      8. Maintenance of Science Lab., Psychology equipment, Resource Room for Education of Disabled Children, Rooms for Art Education, and of equipment and facilities for Sports and Physical Education competitions, Yoga, Hobbies etc.

    2. Work Experience (WE) Branch 

      1. To identify locally relevant WE areas, and in cooperation with concerned nodal branches, to develop sample curricular units, teaching-learning material, low-cost teaching aids and evaluation tools/techniques in such areas (locally relevant areas would be spinning/weaving/dyeing, bamboo work, bee-keeping, chatai-making, etc.).


      2. To help educational authorities and elementary schools/NFE/AE Centres in planned introduction of Work- Experience activities in such schools/centres.

        As back-up to (2) above, to conduct appropriate in-service progammes for teachers in the area of WE.

      3. To provide WE-related inputs into all other programmes and activities of the Institute e.g., preservice and in- service programmes for teachers, training programmes for NFE/AE personnel, Field Interaction (including Extension) activities, Action Research, etc.

      4. To organise activities for cleanliness, upkeep and development of the Institute campus ----roads, playgrounds, lawns, gardens, etc. and its surroundings, and for basic maintenance of Institute furniture and other properties.

      5. To organise community service activities and study visits to work centres as part of training programmes, and to promote such activities on extra-curricular basis.

      6. To maintain Workshop/Garden for WE activities.

      7. To promote work-related hobbies among trainees of the institute.

       

    3. District Resource Unit 

       

      1. To assist educational authorities in planning and coordination of training programmes for AE/NFE personnel in the district and to provide necessary support to such programmes organised outside the DIET.

      2. To serve as the nodal branch for organising :-

        1. Programmes of induction training and continuing education for instructors and supervisors/preraks of NFE/AE to be organised in the DIET(Programmes for preraks of AE will be done in conjunction with the SRC).

        2. Orientation programme for resource persons of the following kinds :-

          1. Those who would conduct programmes mentioned in (i) at other centres in the district (i.e., outside the DIET) e.g., personnel from NYK, NFE/AE projects, NGOs, etc. and resource persons for the successful implementation of AE/NFE programmes as a whole e.g., extension functionaries of Development Deptts., community leaders, retired teachers, ex-servicemen, NSS Volunteers, ICDS functionaries other involved in Mass Programmes of Functional Literacy (MPFL), etc.

          2. To provide instructional inputs into (i) core area of the above programmes e.g., need philosophy, objectives, methodology, evaluation, problems etc. on NFE/AE, and (ii) teaching of such individual subjects/areas as the staff may have necessary background in, especially teaching of language, arithmetic and functional skills.

          3. To evaluate and monitor the quality and efficacy of training programmes for NFE/AE personnel held in and outside the DIET, and to strive for their continuous improvement.

          4. To maintain a database on all NFE/AE personnel who undergo training at the Institute.


          5. To undertake with the help of other concerned branches, the following activities vis-a-vis curiculum, basic and post literacy teaching learning material, low cost teaching and evaluation tools for AE/ NFE and adaption of existing curricular units.

        3. To undertake field interaction (including extension) work vis-a-vis the AE/NFE projects and centres in the district, and to act as the referral unit for academic problems thrown up by the field in the areas of AE/NFE.

        4. To help AE/NFE authorities in organizing media including traditional media support for the AE/NFE programmes.

        5. To undertake action research in all areas relevant for making NFE/AE more effective-in collaboration with other branches, to the extent necessary.

        6. To provide AE/NFE related inputs into all programmes of the institute not listed above, especially pre- service and in-service education programmes for teachers.


    4. In-Service Field Interaction and Coordination (IFIC) Branch
       


      1. To assist educational authorities in planning and coordination of inservice education programmes for elementary teachers throughout the district, and to plan and coordinate such programmes held in the DIET, Pursuant to this, the Branch would :-


        1. identify training needs of elementary teachers in the district, and prepare a perspective plan for meeting such needs.

        2. prepare an annual calendar of all programmes to be held in the DIET.

        3. help concerned authorities in preparing an annual calendar of inservice programmes to be held outside the DIET.

      2. To serve as the nodal branch for organizing :-

         

        1. all those in-service education programmes for teachers and Head masters, at the Institute, whose content does not relate exclusively or pre-dominantly to any one Branch i.e. programmes of a relatively general/omnibus nature (e.g. the ‘main’ programmes referred to in para 3.3.3).

        2. orientation programmes for resource persons who would conduct in-service progammes for teachers at other centres in the district (i.e outside the DIET).

        3. in-service education programmes for teachers in the distance/distance-cum-contact-modes (apart from programmer, the DIET may organize in their modes, on it own, it may also serve as a district level study centre for such programmes which may be organized, say, at the state level, IFIC Branch will serve as the nodal branch for this purpose as well).

      3. To evaluate and monitor the quality and effect of in-service programmes held in and outside the DIET and to strive for their continuous improvement.

      4. To maintain a database on all persons, except NFE/AF personnel, who undergo training at the institute, and to organize follow-up activities pursuant to such training, through correspondence, visits, transmission of printed material, etc.

      5. To serve as a reference and resource centres for teachers who wish to continue their education.

      6. To act as the nodal branch for all action research, and field interaction (including extension) activities of the Institute which would include, inter alia 

        1. Coordination of in-house action research activities and dissemination of its results.

        2. Acting as a relearning house for information on results of all studies, research, innovation, etc. in the area of Elementary Education-wherever undertaken.

        3. Publication of a periodic newsletter and an institute journal to be sent to every elementary school/NFE/AE centre in the district.

    5. Curriculum, Material Development and Evaluation (CMDE) Branch


      1. To adopt existing items and develop new items of the following kinds so that they suit local circumstances,and can be used in elementary education teacher education programmes.

      2. To help the DRU in development work as above for Adult and non-formal Education.

      3. To undertake testing on sample basis to assess achievement levels among learners, especially with reference to Minimum levels prescribed for the primary and upper stage and for adult learners under NLM.

      4. To help educational authorities and elementary school NFE/AE centres in implementing a reliable and valid system of learner evaluation.

      5. To conduct workshops for the adaptation development work mentioned in (i) above, as also in service programmes relating to CMDE.

      6. To provide CMDE-related inputs into all other programmes/activities of the institute, e.g. pre-service and in-service programmes for teachers, training programme for NFE/AE personnel, Field interaction (including extention) activities, Action Research, etc.

    6. Educational Technology (ET) Branch

      1. To develop in collaboration with concerned staff of the DIET and other resource persons, simple, effective and low-cost teaching aids for various subjects/areas relevant to elementary education and elementary teacher education charts, diagrams, models, photographs, slides, audio tapes, play-scripts, songs etc.

      2. To help the DRU in developing low-cost teaching aids as above, for Adult and Non-Formal Education.

      3. To maintain the following :

        1. All A.V. equipment of the Institute

        2. Computer Laboratory

        3. A display area for good, low cost teaching aids developed in house as well as elsewhere, and

        4. A library of educational video/audio cassettes and, if the Institute has a film projector of films.

      4. To lend slides, cassettes and films to institution having playing/projection facilities, and to borrow them from others Resource Centres.

      5. To liase with nearby Radio station for arranging educational broadcasts suitable for elementary school children AE/NFE learners, teachers/instructors etc. of the district.

      6. To conduct appropriate in-service programmes for teachers in the area of ET, with special emphasis on :

        1. Effective utilization of educational broadcasts, telecasts, cassettes and aids, and

        2. Development of simple, low-cost teaching aids

      7. To conduct workshops for the development work mentioned in (i) above.

      8. To provide ET-related inputs into all other programmes/activities of the Institute e.g. pre-service and in- service programmes for teachers, training programmes for NFE/AE personnel, Field Interaction (including Extension) activities, Material Development, Action Research etc.

    7. Planning & Management (P & M) Branch

      1. To maintain an appropriate database for the district which may be required for various planning exercises aimed at the UPE/UEE/NLM goals and for monitoring progress towards these goals.

      2. To conduct studies with a view to giving policy advice to educational planners/administrators/DBE regarding UEE/NLM. Some of the important areas for such studies would be :

        1. Enrolment, retention and regularity of attendance of children and adult learners (especially females, SC/ST, minorities, handicapped, slum-dwellers and other disadvantaged groups), various factors affecting these.


        2. Effect of various interventions (including incentives) on the above.

        3. Community’s perception of and participation in the process of basic education.

        4. Development of norms, criteria and techniques for evaluation of institutions (Schools and AE/NFE Centres) of the district.

      3. To provide technical assistance to educational authorities in (i) School mapping (ii) Microplanning for UPE/UEE in an area specific and target group specific manner, (iii) formation and activation of school complexes, (iv) institutional planning for school complexs, schools etc and Institutional evaluation.

      4. To serve as a nodal branch in relation to all programmes of community involvement in basic education, and in particular, to conduct orientation programmes for member of DBE, VECs community leaders, youth and other voluntary educational workers.

      5. To conduct appropriate programmes for Head Masters, Heads of Schools Complexes and Block level educational functionaries in P & M covering area like leadership, motivation, involving the community, educational administration, finance and accounting, office procedure, planning for UPE/UEE, institutional planning etc.

      6. To appraise the efficacy of various programmes of educational development implemented in the district especially vis-a-vis the objectives of UPE/UEE and NLM.

      7. To act as a nodal branch for preparing quin-quennial and annual institutional plans and annual self evaluation reports for the DIET, and for liasing with DBE.

      8. To provide P & M related inputs into all other programmes/activities of the institute e.g. pre-service and in-service programmes for teachers, training programmes for NFE/AE personnel Field Interaction (including Extension) activities, Action Research etc. with special reference to the areas listed under (3).


        7. DETAILS OF SERVICES RENDERED

        Key Contributions of SCERT :


        1. Developing, Affiliating and Diploma awarding body for Elementary Teacher Education and Early Childhood Care and Education since 1990.

        2. Acted as Secretariat, learning without Burden or Yash Pal Committee Report, MHRD 1993.

        3. Organising In-Service teacher Education Programmes for teachers in Directorate of Education and MCD.

        4. Director, SCERT is Chairperson of Progamme Advisory Committees of SCERT and DIETs.

        5. Environment building, training of Voluntary Instructors, Monitoring and Evaluation of SCERTDIETs in Delhi Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan Samithi, programme for Adult Literacy Programme, 1952-2005.

        6. Membership in the A.K. Sharma Committee set up by the Government of Delhi for improvement of School System in Delhi.

        7. Membership in the Vats Committee for school reform, 2003.

        8. Nodal Agency for Primary Education Enhancement Project (PEEP) supported by Australian Aid and UNICEF.

        9. Data collection on children’s achievement in primary schools for the report compiled by Prof. Yash Aggarwal

        10. Developing teacher support materials, Modules, Cassettes, Question Banks, Teacher Manuals, textbooks, workbooks, film, children’s stories for teachers of MCD and Dte. of Education, 1988-till date.

        11. Membership in the Executive Committee and Project Management of Universalization of Elementary Education Mission 2002 till date.

        12. Member : Governing Body of State Open School 2003.

        13. Preparation of Indradhanush Elementary Education Series of text books for all subjects and all classes for classes I to VIII, 2003.

        14. Generated database of School Information Reports, School Profiles, Infrastructure status in the Dte. of Education school, 2000-2004.

        15. Evolved school improvement initiatives for school system in Delhi.

        16. Oriented teachers who then developed computer aided learning materials (CAL).

        17. Twinning Programme between 64 private schools and 84 government schools to work towards improvement of class Xth results of government schools.

        18. School Improvement through Life Skills Approach in 10 schools.

        19. SERVE Model of participatory, small group teaching-learning.

        20. CultureQuest Programme, an on-line initiative between 10 Rajkiya Pratibha Vikas Vidyalaya and government schools of New York in collaboration with City College of City University of New York.

        21. Bridge Programme for 10,000 children transisting between class V to class VI, conducted in collaboration with 84 NGOs and around 82 schools of Directorate of Eduaction.

        22. Gender Sensitisation Programmes for 3000 male and female teachers in collaboration with around 50 women’s organizations and NGOs, administered gender inventory to assess extent of gender sensitivity among male and female teachers.

        23. Conducted workshop for atleast one teacher in each school on Inclusive Education in collaboration with O/o chief Commissioner of Disabilities and Rehabilitation Council of India.

        24. Summer camps for children of class X for improving results at class X.

        25. Oriented teachers and teacher trainees on the use of Theatre in Education.

        26. Introduced English Language Teaching, Information Technology in Education and Theatre in Education as part of curriculum of DIETs.

        27. Prepared Indradhanush Series, the Elementary Education Series of Textbooks in all subjects for classes I-VIII in use in MCD, NDMC and Directorate of Education schools in Delhi.

        28. Orientation for all Heads of School in on-line budgeting for schools.

        29. Membership in Focus Group of the National Curriculum Framework for School Education 2005 developed by NCERT, participation in its syllabi & textbooks under preparation by NCERT.

        30. Developed B.Ed. In-service Programme for professional development of primary levels’ affiliated to Guru Gobind Singh I.P. University.

        31. Organization of Community Watch Group for School Education for enhancing access and effecting policy changes for school education, identification of 1.2 lakh children out of school 2000-2001.

        32. Preparation of Status and Infrastructure Report of Directorate of Education for schools.

        33. Organisation of CultureQuest Programme between children of New York & children of Government Schools in Delhi.



        Faculty of SCERT have served in various capacities on deputation lien to Department of Youth Affairs’ National Council of Teacher Education, NCERT, Department of Education, Government of Botswana Bundelkhand University, Jhansi. Participation in Art in Education at Columbia Teacher Training College, organized training programmes for Lakshwadeep, and Resource Person for English Language Training in Jammu & Kashmir, Sri Lanka.

        No. of training programmes conducted for teachers in the Directorate of Education and MCD since inception. The details are given below.

        In addition, SCERT oversees the conduct of pre-service training programme for the two Year Diploma in Elementary Teacher Education and Early Childhood Care and Education in the DIETs and private institutions which are detailed out along with intake in Section 1 (9).

         

        S.NO

        YearNo. Of Training ProgrammeNo. of teachers who participated in the training programmes

        1

        1991-1992

        130

        6435

        2

        1992-1993

        181

        7737

        3

        1993-1994

        129

        5347

        4

        1994-1995

        130

        6435

        5

        1995-1996

        94

        3671

        6

        1996-1997

        85

        3272

        7

        1997-1998

        104

        4071

        8

        1998-1999

        115

        3736

        9

        1999-2000

        94

        3671

        10

        2000-2001

        64

        3035

        11

        2001-2002

        68

        2932

        12

        2002-2003

        84

        4239

        13

        2003-2004

        74

        4373

        14

        2004-2005

        52 and 96*

        13,221

        15

        2005-2006

        194

        17,752

        16

        2006-2007

        14

        48,476

        17

        2007-2008

        34

        34,162

        18

        2008-2009

        35

        54,448

        19

        2009-2010

        34

        76,804

        20

        2010-2011

        35

        16,456

        21

        2011-2012

        23

        22,992


  1. CITIZEN’S INTERACTION

    Citizen’s interaction pertains mostly to queries related to entrance examinations, qualifications, role and functions of SCERTs courses being offered, details regarding In-Service training Programmes. Information pertaining to these are announced in newspapers and also SCERT web site scertdel.org 

  2. POSTAL ADDRESS OF THE MAIN OFFICE, ATTACHED/SUBORDINATE OFFICE/FIELD UNIT etc. 

  3. Sr. No. Institute Telephone Numbers Seats Course Conducted
    1 State Council of Educational Research & Training,  
    VarunMarg, Defence Colony, New Delhi-110 024
    24331356 100

    B.Ed.
    (In-service) affiliated to GGSIP
    University, In-take
    100, In-Service
    Programmes

    2 District Institute of Education and Training, (North) B-2, Keshav Puram, Delhi-110035. (Co. Ed.) 27183077 150 ETE Course, In-Service Training
    3 District Institute of Education and Training, (North-West) FU Block, Pitam Pura, Delhi-110088 (Co. Ed.) 27344178 100 ETE Course, In-Service Training
    4 District Institute of Education and Training, (West) Baba Phoola Singh Marg, Old Rajinder Nagar, New Delhi-110060 (Co.Ed.) 25751361 150 ETE Course, In-Service Training
    5* District Institute of Education and Training, (Central) Ansari Road, Darya Ganj, New Delhi-110002 (Co. Ed.) 23275569 100+20' ETE Course, In-Service Training
    6 District Institute of Education and Training (New Delhi) RK Puram Sector VII, New Delhi-110022 (Co.Ed.) 26178233 26178743 50 ETE Course, In-Service Training
    7** District Institute of Education and Training, (North-East) Dilshad Garden, Presently functioning from the Campus of DIET-Rajinder Nagar, New Delhi (Co.Ed.) 25752403 50 ETE Course, In-Service Training
    8*** District Institute of Education and Training, (East) Karkardooma Institutional Area" Delhi-110092 (Co. Ed) 22377730 100+20'" ETE Course, In-Service Training
    9 District Institute of Education and Training (South) Moti Bagh, New Delhi-110021. (Co.Ed.) 26876440 150 ETE Course, In-Service Training
    10 District Institute of Education and Training, (South-West) Ghuman Hera, Najafgarh, New Delhi-110073 (Co. Ed.) 28010482 150 ETE Course, In-Service Training


    LIST OF PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS AFFILIATED TO ETE COURSE


    Sr. No. Institute Telephone Numbers Seats

    1

    Vidya Training Institute, Near Bangia Sahib Road, Opp. Kali Mandir, New Delhi-110001 (for female only) 23348844 150
    2 Lovely Teacher Training Institute, Priyadarshni Vihar, Delhi-92 (for female only) 22241034 50
    3 Sai Girls Institute, Sai Bhawan, Geeta Colony, Delhi-110031 (for female only) 22046869 100
    4 Rama Krishna Teacher Training Institute, M-Block, Vikas Puri, New Delhi-110018 (for female only) 25550497 50
    5 Gita Rattan Jindal Teacher Training Institute, Sector VII, Rohini, Delhi-110085 (for female only) 27045606 50
    6 Jain Bharti ETE Institute, E-Block, Sect.16 Rohini, Delhi-110085 (for female only) 27858802 100
    7 Pradeep Memorial Institute; Partap Vihar, Kiradi Ext., . Nangloi, Delhi-110041 (for female only) 25470655 50
    8 Maharaja Surajmal institute, C-4, Janak Puri, New Delhi-110058(Co.Ed.) 25528116 50
    9 V.D, Institute, Krishan Vihar, Delhi-110041(Co.Ed.) 25473958 50
    10 Great Mission Teacher Training Institute, Plot NO.5, Dawarka, Sector-5, New Delhi (for female only) 25075473 25804112 50
    11 Technia Institute of Teacher Education, F-19, Sector-8 Rohini, Delhi-85 (Co. Ed.) 27948904-09 50
    12 Ideal Institute of Management & Training, 16 X, Karkardooma Instt. Area, Karkardooma, New Delhi (Co.Ed.) 22372639 50
    13 Sri Ram Institute of Training Education, VIII Bamnoli, Dhulsiras, Sector-28, Dwarka, New Delhi-77 (Co. Ed.) 25314215 50
    14 M.A. Education Institute, Pocket-H-3, Sector-18, Rohini Delhi-85 (Co. Ed.) 27872787 50
    15 Delhi College of Vocational Studies and Research, Village & PO, Baprola, Jai Vihar, Nazafgarh (Co. Ed.) 25325596 50
    16 Amity Institute of Education, Amity Campus, Road No.44, M-Block, Saket, New Delhi (Co. Ed.) 24339700 50
    17 Rishab Institute, Pocket-4, Mayur Vihar, Phase-~ .Delhi-110 091 (for female only) 22752055, 4082 50


    LIST OF PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS AFFILIATED FOR ECCE COURSE


    Sr. No. Name of the Institute Institute Abbreviation Institute Code No. of Seats Telephone
    1 Bal Bharti Nursery Teacher Training Institute, Pusa Road, New Delhi-11 0005 NBB 1 100 25717567
    2 Delhi Nursery Teacher Training Institute C/O South Delhi Public School, D-Block, Defence Colony, New Delhi-24 NDNT 2 40 24694794
    3 G.R.Memorial Nursery Teacher Training Institute Nilothi Mor, Nangloi, Delhi-110041 NGRM 3 80 28365244
    4 Gita Rattan Jindal Institute of Advance Studies & Training, Sector-VII, Rohini, Delhi-110085 NGRJ 4 40 27045607
    5 Great Mission Teachers Training Institute Sector-5, Dwarka, New Delhi-11 0075 NGMT 5 50 25084112
    6 Jain Bharti Institute of Higher Education, E-Block, Sector-16 Rohini, Delhi-11 0085 NJB 6 100 27858802
    7 Lovely Teacher Training Institute, Priyadarshni Vihar, Delhi-110092 NLTT 7 40 22547753
    8 MA Educational Institute, Poket-H-3; Sector 18, Rohini, Delhi-11 0085 NMAI 8 100 27852354, 27872787
    9 Manav Bharti Nursery Teacher Training Institute Panchsheel Park, New Delhi-110017 NMBN 9 50 26013749
    10 Manvi Institute of Education and Technology , C-Block Sect.7, Rohini Delhi-110085 NMN 10 50 27046989
    11 Pradeep Memorial Comprehensive College of Education, Kiradi Ext., Nangloi Delhi-11 0041 NPMCC 11 50 25470655
    12 Pragati Institute of Education & Training Sector-13 , Phase-II, Dwarka, New Delhi-110075 NPIET 12 50 64558431
    13 Prayas College of Education, 37/222, Khizrabad, New Friends Colony, New Delhi-110065 NPRE 13 50 26918189
    14 Rama Krishna Teacher Training Institute, M-Block, Vikas Puri, New Delhi-11 001 8 NRK 14 80 25550497
    15 Rishab Institute, Pocket-IV, Mayur Vihar, Phase-I, Delhi-110091 NRI 15 10027520554
    16 Sai Institute for Girls, Sai Bhawan, Geeta Colony, Delhi-11 0092 NSIG 16 50 22046869
    17 Satyam International Polytechnic, G.D. Block, Pitam Pura, New Delhi-88 NSIP 17 50 27317069
    18 Vidya Training Institute, Bangia Sahib Road, Opp. Kali Mandir Connaught Place, New Delhi-110001 NVT 18 130 23348844
    19 ICS Infotech Institute, RZ-49/C, Vashistha Park, Pankha Road. Janakpuri, Delhi NICS 19 50 25390400 64534484
    20 Kaushalaya Institute for Nursery Teachers Training, 75/2, Opp. Panchsheel Public School, Jetpur, Badarpur, Delhi-44 NKNT 20 50 26666573
    21 Daisy Dales Sr. Sec. School, E-331-A, East of Kailash, New Delhi-110065 . NDDS 21 50 41041041 41041042
    22 L R College of Advance Studies, H-3, Pocket-1, Sect. ii, Rohini Delhi NLRC 22 50 27573100 20904141
    23 Prince Advance Studies, Sect 24, Rohini, Delhi NPPS 23 50 27932964
    24 Lalita Devi Inslt. of Management and Science, 847-848 Mandi Road, Village Mandi, New Delhi-47 NLDI 24 50 26651112 26651113
    25 Air Force Vocational College, Old Willington Camp, Race Course, New Delhi NAFV 25 50 23010231 23792786
    26 Technia Institute of Teacher Education, F-19, Sector-8, Rohini, Delhi-85 NTE 26 50 27948904, 09
    27 Rukmani Devi College of Education, Block CD, Pitampura, Delhi NRDI 27 50 27314245
    28 Amity Institute of Education, Amity Campus, Road No. 44, M-Block, Saket, Delhi NAIE 28 50 24339700 24331960
    29 Modelway Nursery Teacher Education Institute. I-Block, Ashok Vihar Phase-I, Delhi-52 NMNT 29 50 65152741


  4. MAP OF OFFICE LOCATION

  5. WORKING HOURS BOTH FOR OFFICE AND PUBLIC

     

    Office timing of SCERT 9.30 a.m. to 6.00 p.m
    Office timing of DIETs 9.00 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.
    Public hearing timing 12.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m.
    Lunch Time 1.00 p.m. to 1.30 p.m.


  6. PUBLIC INTERACTION, IF ANY:

    Public interaction during office hours on all working days regarding :


    1. Right to information

    2. Information regarding Elementary and Early Childhood Care and Education (during designated period)

    3. Information regarding materials developed for Schools

    4. Information regarding innovations in school education.

     
  7. GRIEVANCE REDRESS MECHANISM

    Sr. No. Activity Level of Action Time Frame
    1

    To receive application and put a diary number

    Diary Clerk Same day
    2 To mark application to Administrative officer  Do Do
    3 To send application to concerned branches/DIETs for  given facts. Admn. Officer 03 days
    4

    O.S of concerned Branch/DIETs will sent reply to the application directly with the approval of HOD/HOO as the case may be under intimation to nodal officer

    O.S. 05 days

     

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