List of DIET in Karnataka

 

Slno

DIET Name & web site

Email address

Phone no

1

DIET

Bangalore rural

diet.bangalore.r@gmail.com

080-23320311

2

DIET

Bangalore urban

diet.bangalore.u@gmail.com

080-28601343

3

DIET

Belgaum

diet.belgaum@gmail.com

08312-2492629

4

DIET

Bellary

diet.bellary@gmail.com

08392-241070

5

DIET

Bidar

diet.bidar@gmail.com

08482-232260

6

DIET

Chikamagalore

diet.chikmagalore@gmail.com

08262-222832

7

DIET

Dakshinakannada

diet.dakshinakannada@gmail.com

0824-2493052

8

DIET

Davanagere

diet.davanagere@gmail.com

08192-231156

9

DIET

Dharwad

diet.dharwad@gmail.com

0836-2791159

10

DIET

Hassan

diet.hassan@gmail.com

08172-255781

11

DIET

ILKAL

diet.ilkal@gmail.com

08352-770396

12

DIET

Kamalapur

diet.kamalapur@gmail.com

08478-251346

13

DIET

Kodagu

diet.kodagu@gmail.com

08276-274715

14

DIET

Kolar

diet.kolar@gmail.com

08152-224744

15

DIET

Kumta

diet.kumta@gmail.com

08386-223429

16

DIET

Mandya

diet.mandya@gmail.com

08232-220359

17

DIET

Mysore

diet.mysore@gmail.com

0821-2446419

18

DIET

Shimoga

diet.shimoga@gmail.com

08182-270597

19

DIET

Tumkur

diet.tumkur@gmail.com

08162-272929

20

DIET

Yeramarus

diet.yeramarus@gmail.com

08532-236352

21

DIET

Gadag

diet.gadag@gmail.com

 

22

DIET

Koppal

diet.koppal@gmail.com

 

23

DIET

Chitradurga

diet.chitradurga@gmail.com

 

24

DIET

Haveri

diet.haveri@gmail.com

 

25

DIET

Ilkal

diet.ilkal@gmail.com

 

26

DIET

Udupi

diet.udupi@gmail.com

 

27

DIET

Chamarajanagar

diet.chamarajanagar@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

DISTRICT INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION AND TRAINING

 

 

BACK GROUND :

 

Universalisation of Elementary Education and eradication of Adult illiteracy have been two of the most important basic goals of educational development in India since Independence.

 

Article 45 of our Constitution , deals with, provision for free and compulsory education for all children until they complete the age of 14 years. The National Policy of Education, 1986 gives more stress for the universalisation of Elementary Education.

 

Universalisation of elementary education (UEE) consists of two aspects, namely-

i) Universal enrollment and retention

 

ii) universal attainment.

 

In other words we could term these two aspects as Numerical and Quantitative aspects of unversalisation goals. Universal attainment is the ultimate end, where as universal enrollment and retention are the means to achieve the goal.

 

To achieve UEE several inputs are required, out of which the following two are the important ones.

 

i) Dedicated and competent teachers /instructors

ii) Suitable academic and resource support to the teachers /

Instructors, which would comprise of

 

        Training, guidance and timely advice

        Development of locally relevant learning materials and teaching aids

        Evaluation and Field studies,

        Action research and experimentation for tackling the problems in achieving goals.

 

Before the adoption of NPE, academic and resource support was being provided largely at National level and state level by Institutions like NCERT, NIEPA, SCERT etc,. At the district level there were elementary teacher educational institutions, but their activities were confined mostly to pre service teacher education. At this stage, provision of supporting them in a decentralized manner became necessary and NPE and POA envisaged the addition of a third district level support system in the form of DIETs.

 

Hence, DIETs are established to provide academic and resource support at the grass root level for the success of various strategies and programmes being undertaken for the realization of Universalisation of Elementary Education.

 

 

Organizational Structure of DIET

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

The wings are as follows :-

1)      Pre- Service Teacher Education (PSTE)

 

2)      Work Experience (WE)

 

3)      District Resource Unit (DRU)

 

4)      Inservice Programmes, Field Interaction and Innovation Co-ordination (IFIC)

 

5)      Curriculum, Material development and Evaluation (CMDE)

 

6)      Educational Technology (ET)

 

7)      Planning and Management (P&M)

 

 

Though specific responsibilities are assigned to each wing, many of the programmes and activities of the DIET are conducted in coordination with other wings. Each wing is headed by a Senior Lecturer and Lecturers support the activities.

 

FUNCTIONS OF DIET :

 

 

1.      Training and Orienting the

        Elementary school teachers (both pre-service and In-service )

        Heads of the institutions, Heads of School complex, Block level education officers

        Instructors of Non formal and Adult education

        School Development and Monitoring Committee members

        Faculty of Block Resource Centres and Cluster Resource Centres

 

2.      Academic and Resource support for

 

        Conducting academic activities and interaction at the field level

        Learning centres and teachers

        Development of local specific curriculum, teaching aids and evaluation tools.

 

3.      Action research and experimentation on specific problems of the district in achieving the objectives in the areas of elementary education.

 

 

WING WISE FUNCTIONS OF DIET

 

NAME OF

THE

WING

FUNCTIONS OF THE WING

STAFFING

PATTERN

 

 

 

PSTE

- Organising Pre-service course for Elementary

school teachers.

- Training and pedagogic methodology

- Providing councelling and Guidance services

to schools.

Senior Lecturer - 1

 

Lecturer - 8

 

 

WE

-          Developing teaching- learning aids with low cost /no cost materials.

-          Maintaining workshops/ farms / gardens for work experience activities

Senior Lecturer - 1

Lecturer - 1

 

 

IFIC

-          Planning, executing and co-ordinating all types of inservice education programme

-          Maintaining a database of inservice teachers and trainings.

Senior Lecturer - 1

Lecturer - 1

 

 

DRU

-          Planning, executing and coordinating training programmes for NFE / AE instructors.

-          Orienting the resource persons of NYK, NFE and AE.

-          Maintaining a database of all kinds of resources including NFE and AE personnel

Senior Lecturer - 1

 

Lecturer - 4

 

CMDE

- Developing local specific curricular units

- Developing evaluation techniques, question

banks and observation schedules.

- Assessing the achievement levels of learners

Senior Lecturer - 1

Lecturer - 1

 

 

 

 

ET

- Developing simple, effective and low-cost / no

cost teaching aids for different subjects.

-          Maintaining different AV equipments, Computer lab, educational video and audio library

-          Arranging education broadcasts suitable for elementary school children

-          Conducting inservice training in thirst area of educational technology

 

Senior Lecturer - 1

 

Lecturer - 1

 

 

P & M

-          Maintaining a database of the district, which is necessary for various planning processes

-          Conducting studies in the areas like enrolment, retention, effectiveness of incentive programmes

-          Providing technical assistance to educational authorities in school mapping , micro planning

-          Conducting training in Planning and Management to heads of educational institutions/ organizations.

Senior Lecturer - 1

 

Lecturer - 1

 

 

APART FROM THE ABOVE WING WISE FUNCTIONS, EACH WING PERFORMS IN COORDINATION WITH OTHER WINGS.