Tuesday, July 6, 2021

SRG (State Resource Group ) pasandgi mate hajar raheva babat | SRG List

 the National Centre for School Leadership, NUEPA, had crystallized its strategy for reaching out to the states. For the first time, in all the Phase I and Phase II states ⃰, a State Resource Group (SRG) was formalized. The Centre went ahead with capacity building of the state resource group on the
Curriculum and the Handbook on School Leadership Development, developed at the Centre. This directory consists of the details of each member of State Resource Group (SRG) across the 22 states and union territories. The State Resource Group (SRG) here refers to a group of professionals from diverse backgrounds with a wide range of experience in school education or teacher education or educational administration, management and leadership, who may be working in government, semi-government and non-governmental organisations or autonomous bodies.

The members in this group were from DIETs, CTEs, IASEs, SCERTs, SIEMATs, School Heads (both current and retired), BEOs, DEOs, CRPs and BRPs, CRCs and BRCs, faculty from university departments of education, independent professionals and/or NGOs. According to the NCSL Programme Design, the role of SRGs is  To organize capacity building programmes for school heads both at elementary and secondary levels.  To conduct cluster based review and feedback workshops in the field and study the process of school improvement.  To support school heads in the process of transformation of schools through formation of Professional Learning Communities (PLC). 

Since, NCSL has constituted this group across 22 states in India, a need was realized to maintain a data base of the SRG members which consists of their designations, postal addresses, mobile numbers and e-mail ids, wherever possible. The directory would facilitate better communication between NCSLNUEPA at the centre, the State Education Departments and the grassroot institutions.

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 It is also envisaged that this directory would aid in developing a professional learning community among the SRG which is one of the main objectives of Centre under the Networking and Institutional building strand of the programme design. ⃰ Phase I states: Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh, Karnataka, Mizoram, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal. *Phase II states: Bihar, Haryana, Kerala, Maharashtra, Manipur, Meghalaya, Odisha, Pudducherry, Punjab, Telangana, Tripura and Uttarakhand. iv This has been a challenging task and would not have been possible without vision and guidance of Prof. R. Govinda, Vice Chancellor, NUEPA, Prof. Rashmi Diwan, Head NCSL, NCSL-NUEPA and Dr. Sunita Chugh, Associate Professor, NCSL- NUEPA in conceputalising the document. The NCSL team has been provided encouraging support, bringing together different flavours from states and helping in the development of this directory. The effort of Ms Darakshan Parween, Jr. Consultant, NCSL- NUEPA in compiling, editing and designing of the directory has given it a presentable shape. Formatting of the text is done by Ms Alka Negi, Data Entry Operator, NCSL- NUEPA.

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