A student of Mathematics Option
Sridevi appears B Ed Theory examination in her wedding dress.After the examination she enter in to her life.
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Sunday, 30 November 2014
Sunday, 23 November 2014
Students are requested to bring all necessary certificates like
SSLC or Equivalent Certificate (to verify Name, Age, etc.)
b) B.Ed mark list and B. Ed (Original/Provisional) Degree Certificate
(to Prove Qualification)
Community Certificate (for SC/ST)
c) Non-Creamy Layer Certificate (for ETB, Muslim, OBH, OBX, LC/SIUC)
Service Certificate in original (countersigned by competent authority)
BPL Certificate (for forward caste).
TC and Conduct Certificate.
Certificate to prove the disability.
Equivalency Certificate and proof for regular study of B. Ed course (B. Ed from out side Kerala).
The candidates who are in Govt./Aided service shall submit the NOC from the department concerned.
Thursday, 20 November 2014
One Day Workshop on “Acquainting with the New Textbook and Methods for 8th Standard of Kerala Schools”
A one day workshop on “Acquainting with the New Textbook and Methods for 8th Standard of Kerala Schools” has organized by Department of Social Science Education, NSS Training College at college seminar hall on 19-11-2014, Wednesday from 19am to 4pm. The work shop was not expansive but simply organized. The program was enriched by 21 Social Science Education Optional teachers of different colleges from Malappuram, Thrissur and Palakkad districts. More than 6 teacher educators of the hosting college also participated the workshop.
The workshop was inaugurated by Dr. Kumari S Girija, Principal, NSSTC Ottapalam, with a brief talk lighted the need of the workshop. The session was followed with an audio conference with Dr. P Bashher, senior lecture DIET Palakkad and SCERT curriculum committee member. He has briefed his ideas to the necessity of social awarenss of social science teachers.
The second session was introduced by Smt. Anitha, Ast Professor, Holy Family CE Koduvayur and was led by Dr. K S Sajan, Ast. Professor, NSSTC and Member, Curriculum committee, SCERT. He has explained all the aspects of new methods and possible reforms of textbook. After this informative session, delegates were organized in three groups and group discussion was conducted to frame outline for the LESSON PLAN for the new approach. The product was submitted to organizers by each group for its makeover.
The workshop was culminated with concluding talk and feed back of Sri Abdul Samad, Ast Professor, Farook Training College, Kottakkal and by Sri. Harris, Ast. Professor, EMEA Training College, Kondotty.
The program came to an end with the vote of thanks by Sri Sankaranrayanan Paleeri, HOD, Dept of Social science, NSS training College Ottapalam. National anthem was the beat of the last moment.
Monday, 17 November 2014
NSS Training college, Ottappalam, Palakkad
One Day Workshop
Acquainting the New Textbook and Method for 8th standard Kerala State schools
19 – 11- 2014, Wednesday
Prelude Address: Dr. Kumari S Girija
(Principal NSSTC, Ottapalam)
Technical Session- 1
Introducing ‘The New Method’: Dr. K S Sajan
(Ast. Professor, NSSTC & Resource Person SCERT)
Technical Session - 2
Content and Transaction – New Method: Dr. K Basheer (Faculty, DIET Palakkad & SCERT Fellow)
Technical Session - 3
Discussion: The sessions will follow discussion on framing outline for lesson plan for the new method and discussion of features of new text book and content.
Feedback & Evaluation: Evaluation and suggestions by participants.
Concluding address & Vote of thanks: Sankaranarayanan Paleeri (Ast. Professor, NSSTC, Ottapalam)