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     NAAC sponsored National Seminar on 21st Century Teaching Skills for an Effective Teacher

         A NAAC sponsored seminar began on 27th of August 2016 with a charismatic prayer song by the students of St. Paul School followed by the lighting of lamp by our distinguished guests Prof. Swarnakar Principal IASE Bhopal, Dr. K.S. Tiwari IGNOU Regional Director, Prof. Kurian Kachapally Dean Christ University Bangaluru, Rev Fr. Denny Manager Christ College, Prof. Fr. Johnson Principal Christ College and Dr. Diwakar Singh Coordinator of the seminar.

     In the welcome address Fr. Johnson briefed about the need for such seminars, workshops and above the need for interaction by the teachers, educationists, research scholars and administrators so that we are able to proceed collaborately and creatively.

Key Note Address- In the key note address Prof. Swarnakar Principal IASE (Institute of Advanced Studies in Education) Bhopal evaluated the teacher taught relationship in the vedic period. He stressed on how the teacher with the taught should proceed for the common goal for the common learning outcomes. Learning should be joyful. He said that the teacher should be able to quench the thirst the thirst of knowledge 24x7. A 21st Century teacher should accept suggestion and collaborate it with impartial and ethical, emotional and intellectual balance. The teacher should teach the students about mind mapping so that it can direct towards positive, controlled and concrete outcomes.

Prof. Dr. Kurian Kachapally Dean Christ University Bangaluru commented that the theme of 21st century teaching skills for an effective teacher as ‘romantic caption’. Fr. briefed that Education system of Finland had made them at par with all developed countries. In this technological explosive and expansive era school should be a centre of learning with joy. He gave the statistics that Finland outnumber all the countries in having 99.9% happiest students in the world and how teacher in Finland enjoy the status of IAS, IPS or any administrative rank for they too are recruited after a rigorous scrutiny and training in pedagogy, law, fire services, first aid and military training.

Dr. K.S. Tiwari, Regional Director of IGNOU briefed that we are on the 16th step of this century ready to face big challenges, unpredictable destination to reach. He drew attention towards come serious issues like dropouts in school, places where literacy rate is very low and requested the teachers to teach about financial literacy, health and ecological literacy.

Technical Session I

The technical session began with Dr. Diwakar Singh’s welcome address. He briefed that scholarly papers from 5 states had come mainly from Bihar, U.P., Assam, A.P. and M.P. and it was motivating for the organisers as many senior faculty members like from Jagran Lake City University, Institute for Excellence in Higher Education, KHS Open University Guwahati, RIE Bhopal, DAVV (Devi Ahilya Vishwa Vidhyalaya) Indore and enthusiastic faculties like Engineering, Teacher Education, Medicinal Science, Management etc. had sent the papers to be presented. Total 35 papers were received, out of which 15 were shortlisted and 12 presented the paper.

The second day of the Seminar began with the prayer song by Sr. Jenoti and Fr. Agnel. Fr. Kurian Kachapally in a very innovative manner focused on holistic education and gave an analytical formula Educational Quotient = IQ+EQ+PQ+AQ+CQ+SQ. We had a brainstorming interactive session by Dr. Ratna Rao Asst. Prof Calorx Teachers’ University Ahmedabad. She with her various self analysis techniques briefed about the characteristics of 21st century learners, the skills inevitable for the 21st century teachers and learners, the various innovative styles and the various learning skills.

Prof. Ramesh Babu Regional Institute of Education Bhopal and Dr. Prashant, Education Officer, UGC-CRO, Central Region, Bhopal graced the Valedictory function as the Chief Guests. They were accorded a warm welcome with a sapling and were presented with a memento. The report of two days seminar was presented by Prof. Annsi Sojan Joseph. 

 An Orientation Programme on New B.Ed. Syllabus & NCFTE 2009 on 10th September 2015


The College organized One Day Orientation Programme on Two Year B.Ed. Curriculum on 10th September 2015. The venue was the Multi Purpose Hall of the college. The fee for students including registration and lunch was 400/- only. The Brochure of this National Workshop was sent to all the educational institutes of Bhopal City through Mail and personally through the faculty members of the college. B.Ed. students were the volunteers for this event. The Orientation Programme started off with a Inaugural Function with a prayer song followed by the lighting of the lamp, introduction and welcome address by Dr. Fr. Johnson S.V. Principal of the College, Seminar dynamics by Fr. Peter and Dr. Preeti Shrivastava and concluded with vote of thanks by Mrs. Rony Joy.

The Objectives of the Programme were-

  • To familiarize with the B.Ed. two year curriculum
  • To get familiarize with the approach to be adopted for the two year curriculum
  • To acquaint with the weightage given to theory and practicum
  • To acquaint with recent recommendations made by the National Curriculum Framework for Teacher Education (NCFTE-2009)

About the Programme

For a complete development of the student teacher; particularly in knowledge and skills; in individual care of the learner and also in methods and evaluation designed to facilitate learning, NCTE and NCERT introduced two year B.Ed. curriculum. From 2015 onwards the B.Ed. course will be of two years (4 Semesters).
The B.Ed. curriculum will promote quality concerns at Secondary Education level and will be in tune with the recent recommendations made by the National Curriculum Framework for Teacher Education (NCFTE-2009), Government of India and recent developments that emerged in the field of Teacher Education globally. The B.Ed. Curriculum 2015-17 lays stress on competency building among B.Ed. students at Secondary School Level with a shift from conventional teacher-centeredness to learner Centeredness.

Programme Details:

08:30 a.m.-9:30 a.m.


09:30-11:00 a.m.    

Input Session (An Overview of B.Ed. Syllabus & NCFTE 2009)
-Prof. Ramesh Babu

11:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m.    


11:30 a.m.-01:00 p.m.

Input Session- Importance of Language in Teacher Education - Prof. R.P. Saxena

01:00 p.m.-02:00 p.m.


02:00 p.m.-03:00 p.m.

Input Session- Teacher Preparation Process- Prof.. Anand

03:00 p.m.-03:45 p.m.

Input Session- Assessment Process in Teacher Preparation(Assignment, Activity, Sessional and Project)- Dr. Anand

03:45 p.m.-4:00 p.m.


04:00 p.m.-5:15 p.m.

Input Session- School Attachment Programme and Internship - Prof. Raizada

05:15 p.m.

Concluding Ceremony and Departure

Dr. Ratna Rao Interacting with the participants
Felicitation of Guest Dr. Indrajeet Dutta
Interactive Session by Prof. Kurian Kachapilly
Keynote Address by Dr. K.S. Tiwari
Keynote Address by Prof. Swarnakar Principal IASE Bhopal
NAAC sponsored National Seminar on 21st Century Teaching Skills for an Effective Teacher
Special Session by Dr. Ratna Rao
Special Session by Rev. Fr. Kurian
Registration Desk
Compering of the Inaugural Programme by Fr. Peter
  Lighting of the Lamp
Prayer Song by M.Ed. student Sivono
Professor Ramesh Babu on National Curriculum Framework on Teacher Education 2009 and on An Overview of B.Ed. Syllabus.
A view of the Audience enjoying the deliveries
Professor R.P. Saxena on the Importance of Language in Teacher Education
Lighter Moments-Lunch Break
Professor Ramakar Raizada on Assessment Process in Teacher Education(Assignment, Activity, Sessional and Project)
Memento Presented to Professor Ramesh Babu
Memento Presented to Professor R.P. Saxena
Memento Presented to Dr. Hemant Khandai, HOD Dept. Of Continuing Education Barkatullah University Bhopal
Dr. Hemant Khandai gives his Message
Certificate Distribution
Vote of Thanks by Mrs. Rony Joy

National Workshop on
Research Tool-Its construction and standardization, Resource Person Dr. Subhash Chander Gakher from Punjab University Chandigarh on 12th October 2014



  • Different types of tools
  • Validity
  • Reliability
  • Item analysis

Dr. Diwakar Singh and Dr. Preeti Shrivastava at the Registration counter

Welcome address by Mrs. Rony Joy

Lighting of the Lamp

Introducing the resource person

Volunteers for the proper management of the programme

Floral Welcome by Dr. Fr. Johnson

Certificate Distribution


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