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National ICT Scholarship Award for School Teachers 2017

Deadline: 31-Jul-2017

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AwardICT Kit, a laptop and a commendation certificate
EligibilityAll School Teachers
CountryIndia
Scholarship provider contact

Joint Director, Central Institute of Educational Technology(CIET), National Council of Educational Research And Training (NCERT), Sri Aurobindo Marg, New Delhi-110016, Phone::011 26962580, Email: jdciet.ncert@nic.in, jtdirector@hotmail.com

Description

The Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Government of India, invites application for the National ICT Awards for school teachers for the year 2017, from all States/UTs and Autonomous Educational Institutions under MHRD. In all 87 ICT Awards are instituted. The scheme proposes to felicitate those teachers who have contributed to enhancing student learning by effectively and innovatively integrating technology supported learning into the school curriculum and subject teaching, and thereby promote enquiry-based cooperative and collaborative learning using ICT.

Eligibility

Open to all teachers working in schools from all over India.

How tO apply?

The application can be done by post with the following steps:
Step 1:
Download the application form.
Step 2: Fill the all the details.
Step 3: Attach the portfolio with the form.
Step 4: Send it to the Directorate of Education of the State/UT through the District Education Officer.

More Information

Portfolio Includes:

  • The portfolio should include evidence of the teacher’s awareness and use of ICT in his/ her own professional development, in improving his/ her teaching- learning, and in enhancing the overall quality of education in schools and community.
  • The portfolio should document sustained systematic work using ICT over the years.
  • The portfolio should include relevant supporting documents, tools, reports of activities, field visits, photographs, audios or videos. 
  • E-contents listed in the portfolio (Audios, Videos, Multimedia, Charts, Maps, Models lesson plans, and images) should be uploaded/ shared online.
  • The portfolio should include evidence of the teacher’s awareness and use of ICT in his/ her own professional development, in improving his/ her teaching- learning, and in enhancing the overall quality of education in schools and community.
  • The portfolio should document sustained systematic work using ICT over the years.
  • The portfolio should include relevant supporting documents, tools, reports of activities, field visits, photographs, audios or videos. 
  • E-contents listed in the portfolio (Audios, Videos, Multimedia, Charts, Maps, Models lesson plans, and images) should be uploaded/ shared online.

 

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