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Educational Vocational Guidance and Counseling Centre (EVG)

New courses, study fields, training courses are coming up in day to day competitive world. Our high school students are not aware of many courses available for their interest and capabilities to continue further in either educational or vocational course. They need suitable guidance and counseling in this regard. In this background Educational Vocational Guidance and Counseling Cells have established in all CTEs, DIETS, Government high schools and Government aided high schools and programmes have been conducted. These cells have been started in all all 07 CTEs, 30 DIETS and Government high schools since 2012-13. It has been further extended to all the Government aided high schools from 2014-15. Recently it has been started in Bangalore North, Chikkodi, Madhugiri and also Sirsi DIETs during 2015-16.

"KOUSHALA", a handbook for teachers has been prepared, printed and distributed to all CTEs, DIETs and also Government and aided high schools in the state. Training to all the district nodal officers / DIET lecturers has been given accordingly.

A model of annual action plan to conduct the programmes in this centre is prepared and circulated.

June - Guidance committee formation

Head master is the chair person, trained teacher is member secretary and all the teachers of the school are the members. This committee is responsible to deliver the service of introductory part of the guidance and provide guidance and counseling throughout the year.

July- Opening information corner and conducting class talks

August - Arranging lecture programmes in coordination with employment exchange

November - Conducting exhibitions regarding many opportunities of both educational as well as job oriented courses in coordination with employment exchange

Arrangement of subject wise expertise lectures regarding examinations

January - Arranging local field trips to different government institutions

Karnataka State Curriculum and Syllabus

  • Based on NCF 2005 the state Curricular Framework for classes 1 to 10 was prepared in 2007. Based on NCF 2005 and the State Curricular Frame work 2007, the syllabus was prepared.
  • Curriculum and syllabus on the basis of NCF 2005 has been prepared for visually challenged students studying in the classes 8, 9 and 10 in the subjects Political science , Sociology and Economics instead of studying mathematics and science subjects. The same has been submitted to KTBS for the preparation of textbooks.
  • Arabic curriculum and syllabus has been revised on the basis of NCF 2005 for the students studying in madarasas for Tahtania, Foukania and Ustania. This has been submitted to KTBS for textbook preparation.
  • Curriculum and syllabus of special music and dance prepared in the year 1993 is being revised after 22 years on the basis of NCF 2005.
  • The Environmental syllabus for class V is prepared by integrating social science and environmental science and general science syllabus and given to textbook society for textbook preparation.
  • The syllabus in kannada as introductory language for non kannada students studying in class 3 and 4 is prepared and submitted for textbook preparation.

CCRT Trainings

Centre for Cultural Resources and Training (CCRT) is training teachers and teacher educators every year in different parts of the country regarding the values and significance of our rich cultural heritage. Around 250 teachers and teacher educators are getting trained from our state.The teachers who are interested in attending these trainings may register their names in DIETs of their district perview.

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