Imparting quality education is the crux of the learning outcome process: Javedkar
As there is a need to impart quality education to students in a manner that they could come up as good citizens imbibed with values, the Union Government has chartered the modalities of learning outcome process. Imparting quality education is the crux of the learning outcome process for which we continuously strive and it is the teacher as well as the parents, concerned departments, educationists and society need to work collectively.
Emphasising on the plans to create awareness among parents and teachers as well as students regarding the norms of educations being given at certain level in definitive mode, Prakash Javadekar, Union Minister of Human Resources Development, said that posters shall be displayed in schools across the country and teachers shall be provided proper training. More so, accountability will be fixed. Addressing the three-day national conference on innovation (Navonmesh) in school education at NCERT headquarters in New Delhi he added that the government has drawn up the learning outcome charter to improve and ensure the quality of education.
Five camps will be organised for innovations in education under the Navonmesh this year at Raipur, Bengaluru, Chandigarh, Guwahati and Pune where the aspects of teacher education, imparting of quality education, collaboration of community and proper use of digital means for education will be discussed at length by various state government officers, NGOs and exponent of education doing innovation in education. The Minister expressed the hope that deliberations at this conference will lead to constructive education for the empowerment of students so that they could attain knowledge, skill and good values in one go. We will circulate the resolution drawn here to everyone in due course, the Minister added.
On this occasion, five books: Learning Outcomes at the Elementary Stage, North-East India: People, History and Culture, Barakha: Reading Series for all, Towards Green School (In Hindi also as titled Haritshalaki ore) and Dictionary of Geography for Schools (Trilingual), were also released.