The School Innovation Ambassador program was launched today to train 50,000 teachers in India to guide students on innovation and entrepreneurship.
The School Innovation Ambassador program was launched today to train 50,000 teachers in India to guide students on innovation and entrepreneurship. (Photo: PTI)
Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan and Tribal Affairs Minister Arjun Munda on Friday launched the School Innovation Ambassador Training Program for 50,000 teachers. To strengthen the supervision capacity of teachers, the CBSE, in collaboration with the Innovation Unit, AICTE, Ministry of Education, launched the training program for 50,000 school teachers.
These teachers will become mentors and guide these young students to pursue innovation and entrepreneurship in line with NEP’s emphasis on training young students in problem solving and critical thinking at the school level.
More than 10,000 schools appoint teachers
More than 10,000 schools have appointed 5 teachers each of their schools to participate in this training program.
Training will be provided to teachers gradually. The first training package will start from July 20, 2021.
What will the innovation ambassadors do?
The trained ‘innovation ambassadors’ will perform the following tasks at school level:
Create a culture of innovation in their respective schools
Ment teachers and students from their respective and neighboring schools
Provide support to other schools as a resource person
Spread the message of innovation and start-ups to students and teachers
Act as an evaluator for ideas competitions conducted at the national level
Act as a mentor for the national program on innovation and related activities.
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