Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Teachers Requirements 2021
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will launch the Innovation Ambassador Program on July 1 to train 50,000 school teachers. The online training program for CBSE teachers will start from July 20 and each school must nominate five teachers for the program, read an official notification by the board.
The program will be jointly launched by the Innovation Cell (MIC) of the Ministry of Education and the All India Council for Technical Education AICTE. Schools can register their teachers for the Innovation Ambassador Program at mic.gov.in/sia until July 10. Schools can now nominate a maximum of five teachers for this program. There fore, all CBSE affiliated schools should nominate five teachers from their school for this program. The training will be provided on a first come first served basis, ”read the notice. The program will train teachers on four modules including design thinking and innovation, concept encouragement and standard hand holding, intellectual property rights and product / prototype development.
The training will be provided free of charge and upon completion of the training, teachers will be nominated as Innovative Ambassadors whose role will be to help create a culture of innovation in their own schools Counselors spread the message of innovation and start-ups among teachers and students and students and faculty. According to an official statement, schools that have already registered their teachers will need to login to the link provided by the board with the registered email ID (single point of contact) of spoc. The password has been emailed to spoke’s registered email ID, it said.