Multiple Intelligence Analysis Tool (MIAT) -Multiple Intelligences disposition in order to promote personal satisfaction, academic and career success through enhanced self-awareness and differentiated instructional support. These findings support the idea that a child's, adolescent's or adult's multiple intelligence disposition can be reasonably described by way of self or other report through the careful use and interpretation of the profile. The profile provides a quantitative and qualitative Multiple Intelligences profile report that describes the person's strengths and weaknesses in everyday language. Extensive interpretative information and guidance is then made available for teachers, students and parents. MIAT has assisted young adults in mentoring to acquire the right skill for being successful in life.
STAR Programme - The government of India in 2014 has come to realize the importance of adequately skilling its
population to carry the economy forward. The need to skill the population acquires newer heights as India aims to establish itself on the world map of advanced and fast growing economies. The government of India has sanctioned multiple programs under the 2009 National Policy on Skills. It has been extending financial and infrastructural support for the establishment of technical, vocational and skill training institutes among others.
Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY) - is the flagship scheme of the Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship (MSDE). The objective of this Skill Certification Scheme is to enable a large number of Indian youth to take up industry-relevant skill training that will help them in securing a better livelihood. Individuals with prior learning experience or skills will also be assessed and certified under Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). Under this Scheme, Training and Assessment fees are completely paid by the Government.
Public Private Partnership (PPP) – In 2004-05 the Central Government started programme for upgradation of Industrial training Institutes (ITIs) to create a Public Private Partnership in order to keep pace with the technological demands of the industry and produce manpower of world standard. Accordingly DGE&T has formulated a scheme to upgrade the ITIs into “Centre of Excellence”. Up gradation of ITIs under Public Private Partnership (PPP) Union Finance Minister announced a scheme for up-gradation of 1396 Government ITIs into centers of excellence in specific trades and skills through Public Private Partnership and presently it is a flagship programme of Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship (MSDE).
Employability Skills – a key to workplace success. Employability Skills can be defined as the transferable skills needed by an individual to make them ‘employable’. Along with good technical understanding and subject knowledge, employers often outline a set of skills that they want from an employee. These skills are what they believe will equip the employee to carry out their role to the best of their ability. Employability skills are a set of skills and behaviors that are necessary for every job. Employability skills are sometimes called soft skills, foundational skills, work-readiness skills, or job-readiness skills. Employability skills allow you to:
• communicate with coworkers
• solve problems
• understand your role within the team
• make responsible choices, and
• take charge of your own career
English - The overall objective is to develop the participants’ communication skills with a specific focus on spoken English. The course focuses on communication ability (listening, speaking, reading and writing as well as vocabulary, grammar, clear pronunciation, fluency and increased confidence). However, specific training objectives will be set out based on the assessment of candidates’ existing language proficiency and after further needs analysis is carried out. We use a communicative approach to training and participants will be actively engaged through interactive classes to encourage and motivate them to learn.
Journalism – The programme is for the emerging media trends and how to be ready for them, i.e. Media Futures
An interactive programme with the working journalists designed to develop awareness, enhance skills and improve performance on sessions as:
· The communications tool at our Fingertips
· How social media is changing the story
· Mind the gap – finding and filling the skills gaps in the media industry
· Facing the future – guiding principles
· Media Landscape – Future
MathSpeak - Mathematics can be taught using fun, interactive learning materials as part of unit studies and as an everyday part of life. Students can learn and enjoy math when given the right materials and activities. The best games for learning math involve children working together to discover the mathematical principles behind the activity. Introducing maths that isn’t purely in the form of concepts but involves talking-out and discussing ideas ensures that students have a smooth transition from concrete activities to more abstract principles.
· To encourage students to ‘talk’ maths and stimulate maths discussions.
· To help students pick up basic mathematical skills as pairs and groups.
· To allow students to think, reason and figure out concepts by sharing and discussing.
· To help students come to grips with math basics on their own.
· To make maths an interesting and fun group activity rather than a dull individual chore.
Leadership Programme - Teachers have various levels of school leadership qualities. Some are learned and some are part of their personality. Great teachers possess a combination of leadership qualities that are respected by the students, parents, peers and the community. They can accomplish important tasks because of this connection they have with their profession and the people they touch through it.
Commitment to the students and educators:
· When one talks about a person’s commitment to teaching, they are speaking of a deep connection with many people throughout the organization.
· They are dedicated to providing each student the best possible environment and tools for learning.
· They work with the parents to understand what challenges the students may have to learning and what approaches might work best with them individually.
· They engage their coworkers for input on how to structure their lesson plans and teaching style to be the best educator.
· Great teachers are also highly involved with the institution to create the highest quality educational opportunities for the students attending.
They will be involved in activities that improve teaching within the organization:
· Lead a group to review and comment on the adopted approaches to teaching various topics
· Deliver presentations to student teachers on best practices within the classroom
· Research alternative classroom assessment methods and present to the administration
· Collaboration with others