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- 1 About the district
- 2 About the DIET
- 2.1 Infrastructure
- 2.2 Support Staff
- 2.2.1 OFFIC SUPERITENDENT
- 220.127.116.11 DEPT OF LEADERSHIP & MANAGEMENT
- 2.2.1 OFFIC SUPERITENDENT
- 2.3 PSTE programme details
- 3 DIET plans
- 4 Training programmes
- 5 Events
- 6 Publications and Resources
- 7 News and Media
- 8 Our voices
About the district
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Belgaum_district BRIEF HISTORY IN ENGLISH
http://kn.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E0%B2%AC%E0%B3%86%E0%B2%B3%E0%B2%97%E0%B2%BE%E0%B2%B5%E0%B2%BF BRIEF HISTORY IN KANNADA
https://www.google.co.in/images?hl=en-IN&gbv=2&oq=BELGAUM++EDUCATION+HISTORY&gs_l=img.12...65468.90172.0.98318.104.22.168.0.0.0.4656.7937.9-2.2.0....0...1ac.1.34.img..29.1.3281.DWu4WoqClG0&q=BELGAUM%20EDUCATION%20HISTORY&tbm=isch BELGAUM EDUCATION HISTORY
District Officers' Directory
Addresses & Phone No. of District level Administrators
1. SHRI JAYARAM I.A.S Deputy Commisioner, Office of the Deputy Commisioner, Court compound, Belgaum 590001 Phone : 91-0831- 2407200 Email : email@example.com
2. SMT DEEPA CHOLAN.I.A.S. Chief Executive Officer, Zilla Panchayat, Belgaum 590001 Phone : 91-0831-2407201 Fax : 91-0831- 2429662 Email :firstname.lastname@example.org
3. SHRI D M DANOJI DDPI Development & Principal DIET, District Institute of Education & Training Mannur, Belgaum. Phone/Fax : 91-0831-2492629
4. SHRI D M DANOJI Deputy Director of Public Instruction, Office of the DDPI, Belgaum South Belgaum Phone : 91-0831-2407254 Fax : 91-0831-2435232 9448999328 Email : email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
5. SHRI G B MANNIKERI Deputy Director of Public Instruction, Office of the DDPI, Chikkodi Belgaum Phone : 91-08338-273759 Fax : 91-08338-2672918 9448999345
6. SMT L S HIREMATH Deputy Project Coodinator Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, DDPI Office Campus, Belgaum. Phone/Fax : 91-0831-2435232, Mobile : 9448999386
7. SHRI S S KORE Deputy Project Coodinator Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, DDPI Office Campus, Chikkodi. Phone : 91-08338-273759 Fax : 91-08338-2672918 Email : email@example.com
District Planning Team Belgaum
1. SHRI D M DANOJI Deputy Director of Public Instruction, Office of the DDPI, Belgaum South Belgaum Phone : 91-0831-2407254 Fax : 91-0831-2435232 9448999328 Email :firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
2. SMT L S HIREMATH Deputy Project Coordinator, SSA Belgaum Phone : 91-0831-2435232 Fax : 91-0831-2435232 9448999386 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
3. SHRI A.D. Mattikallanavar APCo SSA Belgaum Phone : 91-0831-2435232, 9480695412 Email : email@example.com
4. SHRI Ajay B. Uchagaonkar Programmer, SSA Belgaum Phone : 91-0831-2435232 Fax : 91-0831-2435232 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
5. Smt. S. D. Soundatti APCo SSA Belgaum Phone : 91-0831-2435232, 9480695413 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Chikkodi 1.SHRI G B MANNIKERI Deputy Director of Public Instruction, Office of the DDPI, Chikkodi Phone : 91-08338-27373759 Fax : 91-08338-2672918 9448999345 Email : email@example.com
2. SHRI S S KORE DyPC, SSA Chikkodi Phone : 91-08338-27373759 Fax : 91-08338-2672918 9448999432 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
3. SHRI Kiran Desai Programmer, SSA Chikkodi Email : email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
4. SHRI S.S. Kore APCo SSA Chikkodi Phone : 91-08338-27373759
5. SHRI M.H. Yaragudri APCo SSA Chikkodi Phone : 91-08338-27373759, 9480695020
Block Education Officers Belgaum Dist Blocks
1.Shri. B.H Millanatti BEO Bailhongal 08288 233249 9480695039
2.Shri. A.B. Pundalik BEO Belgaum City 0831 241542 9480695040
3.Shri R P Juattannavar BEO Belgaum Rural 0831 2423814 9480695041
4.Shri. Vinod Nayak BEO Khanapur 08336 222307 9480695046
5.Shri. R T BALIGAR BEO Ramdurg 08335 242096 9480695049
6.Shri. S L BHAJANTRI BEO Soundatti 08330 222409 9480695051
7.Shri. A B ADAKI BEO Kittur 08288 286287 9480695029
Chikkodi Dist Blocks
1.Shri. M B BHAJANTRI BEO Athani 08289 251382 9480695038
2.Shri. M P Jiragihal BEO Kagwad 08339 264361 9480695045
3.Shri.S S Mekalamardi BEO Chikkodi 08338 272239 9480695042
4.Shri. M.N Dandin BEO Nippani 08338 220375 9480695048
5.Shri. G B BALIGAR BEO Gokak 08332 226381 9480695043
6.Shri. A.C.Mannikeri BEO Mudalgi 08334 250138 9480695047
7.Smt P B Patil BEO Hukkeri 08333 265073 9480695044
8.Shri.R D TERADAL BEO Raibag 08331 224512 9480695050
BRC Coordinators BELGAUM
1.Shri. M. R. Patil BRC Bailhongal 08288 236866 9480695053
2.Shri. U.D Honkuppi BRC Belgaum City 0831 2469393 9480695054
3.Shri. R.S. Bhandari BRC Belgaum Rural 0831 2466045 9480695055
4.Shri.R K Anjaneya BRC Khanapur 08336 222507 9480695060
5.Shri. N R Patil BRC Ramdurg 08335 241135 9480695063
6.Shri. R.R. Sadalgi BRC Soundatti 08330 222605 9480695065
Chikkodi Dist Blocks
1.Shri. Tonpe BRC Athani 08289 251428 9480695052
2.Smt N M Chour BRC Kagwad 08339 9480695059
3.Shri M T Janagouda BRC Chikkodi 08338 274116 9480695056
4.Shri. J.P Tangadi BRC Nippani 08338 220375 9480695062
5.Shri. MALAGI BRC Gokak 08332 228622 9480695057
6.Shri. L I Kolavi BRC Mudalgi 08334 9480695061
7.Smt. R M Mathad BRC Hukkeri 08333 266430 9480695058
8.Shri. K K Naik BRC Raibag 08331 225224 9480695064
About the DIET
Information about DIETs
DIET mainly concentrates on and is to provide academic supervision and leadership at the district level. This is done through its multi phased modes of working like school visits, workshops, research studies, evaluations, trainings, review meetings etc.
Functions of DIETs can be classified as Below. 1. Regular monitoring of the learning imparted in schools and evolving monitoring mechanism with local specific inputs. 2. Evaluating several schemes and programmes introduced/implemented by the department. This calls for different abilities. i.e., collection of the data (quantitative and qualitative) compilation of data, analysis-inference, reporting etc. 3. Coordination with the various agencies involved in the promotion of elementary education. 4. Interacting with various projects and implementing new-projects, building & developing the capacity of the community. 5. Practicing a participatory approach in all programmes and trainings conducted. 6. Conducting various exams called Departmental examination of KPSC, Commerce exams, Hindi and music exams. 7. It acts as a nodal agency of centralized admission of B.Ed., and D.Ed., courses. . Before implementing the trainings DIETs 1. Conduct surveys of teachers, identify training needs. 2. Design training modules according to the local needs DIETs are expected to provide training inputs to the following personnel of the district i. Elementary school teachers. (Pre and In-service) ii. Heads of schools, school complexes and educational officers at the cluster and block levels. iii. Members of District Education Council, Members of SDMC, CAC, social leaders, women of self help groups and youths and volunteers who are involved in educational programmes. iv. Identified Resource persons who can be utilized by DIETs for its programmes.
Providing educational services, resources and advice to elementary schools and adult education centers in the district level in the form of:
1. Extension services through its actions and interactions. 2. As a resource center for instructors and teachers. 3. Provide Training with regard to Teaching and Learning material and evaluation tools. 4. Functioning as evaluation center for formal and non-formal educational institutions. 5. Provide resource support to state agencies in the form of data, software, etc. 6. Provide advanced technology resource support.
In order to sustain the status and position conferred on them and in a state of readiness to meet the challenges of the future, DIETs have to be continuously equipping themselves. What is this process? Getting books, furniture, more people, and machinery, teaching aids, students - more of these? Enabling DIET faculty to enhance their qualifications and skills so that they become better trainers in line with DIET objectives. To an extent, yes. But, above all, equipping means having a firm understanding of the changing circumstances. Today enrolment in schools is improving but quality of attainment is poor. Tomorrow, attainment standards might improve and higher level could be aspired. Diversified courses could be started. Different kinds and types of teacher training might be introduced. When the whole population is brought into the school-fold, the methodology of catering to their needs might vary. The capacity to deal with this challenge of the future cannot be given by an outsider/agency but has to emerge from within. This ‘emerging’ is possible when the institutions undertake research work in elementary education and work with the teacher to undertake ‘Action research’ to solve the problems in school activities. Only then perhaps the institution is set in motion. This activity should be integrated in the regular day-to-day functions of the faculty in DIETs.
- SHRI D M DANOJI PRINCIPAL
- SHRI K S BIRADAR
- SMT R S HEGADE
DEPT OF LEADERSHIP & MANAGEMENT
- SHRI S B BILL VICE PRINCIPAL AND H.O.D.
- SHRI D V KAMBALE LECTURER
- SHRI M L KORAV LECTURER
- SHRI H V BATAKURKI F D A
DEPT OF P S T E
- SHRI G Y HUGAR H.O.D.
- SHRI K S NANDER LECTURER
- SMT R B KITTUR LECTURER
- SHRI S C KATTIMANI PHYSICAL EDN LECTURER
- SMT S K GORE F D A
DEPT OF MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE
- SHRI M B MALAGI H.O.D.
- SMT J K CHIMMALAGI LECTURER
- SHRI S S HIREMATH LECTURER
- SHRI S C PATTANASHETTI F D A
=DEPT OF LANGUAGES=
- SHRI S J ANCHI H.O.D.
- SHRI L C MACHAKANUR LECTURER
- SHRI S C HATTI LECTURER
- SHRI D F MAREWAD S D A
==DEPT OF EDUCATION==
- SHRI S D GANJI H.O.D.
- SHRI A N PYATI LECTURER
- LECTURER VACANT
- SHRI A B PATIL F D A
===DEPT OF HUMANITIES===
- SMT S D BAGEWADI H.O.D.
- SMT M F PATIL LECTURER
- SHRI S K KAVATAKOPPA LECTURER
- SHRI D L SATARDEKAR S D A
====DEPT OF LOCAL LANGUAGES====
- H.O.D. VACANT
- SHRI C L KANGRALAKAR LECTURER
- SHRI V V SURYAVANSHI- DEPTTATION OF ADMSS NIPPANI
- SMT S A KARADI WE LECTURER
- WORK EDN TEACHER VACANT
- SMT S M CHALAWADI F D A /A5
- SHRI M R PIJOLLI F D A /E2
- SHRI B S WAJANTRI S D A /A1
- LIBRARIAN VACANT
- TECHNICIAN VACANT
- LAB ASST VACANT
- STENO VACANT
- STATITICION VACANT
- SHRI B S BASINGE DRIVER
- SHRI K S HUGAR D GROUP
- SHRI M V SAMPAGAVI D GROUP
- SMT V V HALADANAKAR D GROUP
- SMT A S KAMBALE D GROUP
- SMT S R BADIGER D GROUP
- D GROUP VACANT
PSTE programme details
IN-SERVICE TRAINING PLAN FOR 2014-15
Total number of Teachers (Working).
LPS HPS LPS HPS LPS HPS LPS HPS BELGAUM 2895 12756 91 1399 00 06 32 150 2104 19433 3. Total number of HM’s (Working).
sl no Name of the Blocks Government Aided schools Social welfare Local Body Total LPS HPS LPS HPS LPS HPS LPS HPS
1Bailhongal 0 150 0 5 0 1 0 7 163 2Blelgaum (C) 0 92 0 0 0 0 0 23 115 3Belgaum (R) 0 190 0 2 0 0 0 7 199 4Khanapur 0 157 0 1 0 0 0 4 162 5Ramdurg 0 104 0 2 0 0 0 7 113 6Saundatti 0 124 0 2 0 0 0 15 141 7Athani 0 166 0 3 0 0 0 14 183 8Chikkodi 0 165 0 3 0 0 0 13 181 9Gokak 0 97 0 4 0 0 0 11 112 10Hukkeri 0 177 0 5 0 0 0 17 199 11Kagawad 0 55 0 0 0 0 0 16 71 12Mudalagi 0 139 0 5 0 0 0 19 163 13Nippani 0 118 0 1 0 1 0 11 131 14Raibag 0 135 0 3 0 0 0 41 179 TotalTotal 0 1869 0 36 0 2 0 205 2112 4. Number of Monitoring Staff (Block level) Sl No Name of the block BRC & AD BRP’s CRP’s ECO’s TPO IERT Total 1Bailhongal 2 5 19 4 1 2 33 2Blelgaum (C) 2 5 14 4 1 2 28 3Belgaum Rural 2 5 25 4 1 2 39 4Khanapur 2 5 28 4 1 2 42 5Ramdurg 2 5 18 4 1 2 32 6Saundatti 2 5 22 4 1 2 36 7Athani 2 5 23 4 1 2 37 8Chikkodi 2 5 25 4 1 2 39 9Gokak 2 5 16 4 1 2 30 10Hukkeri 2 5 23 4 1 2 37 11Kagawad 2 5 10 4 1 2 24 12Mudalagi 2 5 19 4 1 2 33 13Nippani 2 5 22 4 1 2 36 14Raibag 2 5 26 4 1 2 40 Total 28 70 290 56 14 2 460 5. District Monitoring Staff Sl No DDPI(Admn) & DDPI (Dev) BEO & BEO Cadre officers SI,APC & Lecturers in DIET Total 1 03 33 31 67 Total 03 33 31 67 6. Number of New Teachers Sl No Name of the Block New School Additional Teacher to Primary School HM to Primary school Up- graded School Additional Teacher to Upper Primary School HM to Upper Primary school Part Time Teacher Total Maths / Scince Social Science Language Maths / Scince Social Science LanguageArt Edn Health & Phy Edn Work Edn 7. Number of New TGT Teachers Sl No Name of the Block 8th Std addition - Up- graded School Add TGT Teacher to Upper Primary School TotalMaths / Scince Social Science Language Maths / Scince Social Science Language Maths /Scince Social Science Language 8. Training programmes – 15 Days i. State / District level Training programs should include following Concerns. a.District teacher needs. b.Conformity with constitutional values; c.All round development of the child. d.Building up the child’s knowledge, potentiality and talent. e.Development of physical and mental abilities to the fullest extent. f.Learning through activities, Discovery and exploration in a child friendly and child centered manner. g.Making the child free of fear, trauma and anxiety and helping the child to express views freely. h.The comprehensive and continuous evaluation of the child understanding and knowledge the ability to apply. i.Content of the Subjects. III. District level & Block level Training programs 8 days (Non Residential) Total No of Teachers Working Sl No Teachers Type No of Teachers 1 Nali-Kali Kannada 4157 2 Nali-Kali Urdu 414 3 Teachers who are teaching 4th std 540 4 Teachers who are teaching 5th std 801 5 Teachers who are teaching 6th std 3070 6 Teachers who are teaching 7th std 6745 7 Teachers who are teaching 8th std 1837 8 PE/WE Teachers 1869
No Madarasa schools in Belgaum District 1) COUNTINUOUS AND COMPREHENCIVE EVALUVATION: IN ALL MOST ALL SCHOOL WE OBSERVED THE TEACHERS CONVEY ONLY CONTETS OF THE LESSONS THEY ARE TEACHING THE ORGANISATION OF THE LESSON PLAN ALWAYS SHOULD HAVE APPROPRIATE OBJECTIVES, LEARNING EXPERIENCES AND THE EVALUATION. THE SCHOOLS THAT WE OBSERVED TEAACHERS NEED MORE CLEARITY ABOUT CCE. THE SPECIAL STRESS SHOULD BE GIVE EVEN TO ALL THE TEACHERS ON THE METHODS OF FORMATIVE AND SUMMATIVE EVALUATION. OBJECTIVES: TEACHERS TO KNOW THE DIFFERENT ABILITIES OF EACH CHILD TO UNDERSTAND THE LEARNING INTEREST OF CHILD. MAKE THE TEACHERS GET THE CLASS ROOM IDEAS OF CCE TO BE IMPLEMENTED IN THE CLASS ROOM AND OUTSIDE THE CLASS ROOM. TO MAKE THE TECHERS CORDINATE THE DIFFERENT ASPECTS REGARDING ALL ROUND DEVELOPMENT OF THE CHILD WHILE EVALUATION TO KNOW THE LEARNING DIFFECTS AND FIND WAYS OVER COMMIT TO EFFECTIVENESS OF LEARNING TEACHING PROCESS TO FIND BETTER TEACHING METHOD TOOLS AND ACTIVITIES TO KNOW OBJECTIVE OF A PERTICULAR LESSON HAS ACHIVED MODE OF TRAINING: 1. CASECADE METHOD 2. GROUP DISSCUSSION AND PRESENTATION 3. TOOL PREPARED AND PRACTICE 4. PROJECT METHOD 5. LECTURE METHEOD 6. ACTIVITIES 7. AVE/PPT EXPECTED OUTCOMES: TEACHERS AQUIRE WITH THE KNOWLEDGE OF ASSESSING THE PUPILS IN A DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVES. TEACHERS ARE ACQUIRING KNOWLEDGE OF ADAPTING ESSENTIAL TEACHING LEARNING STRATEGIES STUDENTS ARE PROMOTED WITH THE ESSENTIAL COMPETENCY ALONG WITH THE PROMOTION OF SUCCEEDING CLASSES PARENTS WILL BE ATTENTIVE TOWARDS THEIR CHILDREN PROGRESS. CHILDREN ARE AWARE OF SELF ASSESSING THEIR PROGRESS. 2) Nail-Kali Training
To empower & update the Nali-Kali Methodology for teacher Education.
Objectives of Training: To enable them to make understand the process of Nali-Kali methodology in teaching practices. OUT COMES: To inculcate the nail-kali Methodology while Teaching Practices effectively& for guiding students. 3) English Training:
Children among primary schools need exposure to English as it is the window to the world. Thus English has been introduced from classes 1-4 from the year 2007-08. For this purpose Teachers Resource Books and Student’s Activity Books have been supplied. The child once master’s basic skills in any languages at primary level would learn on its own in future. It is called SELF LEARNING as envisaged in NCF 05 and RTE 2009. For the effective implementation English training and prepare teachers for growing needs of 21st century, two kinds of training package were designed. One is providing 15 days training as a rigorous empowerment of teachers in language acquisition and use. Currently British council has been instrumental in imparting this training Another is short term training covering 5 days. This training mainly focused up on the communicative skills.
A) Needs for the Training;
During the year 2013-14 communicative skill training focusing on writing skill was being imparted. Now there is a need to complete the circle with Reading and writing skills during the year 2014-15. It has been also felt that the teachers exposed for the fundamental skills of English language will also help in children for being exposed as envisaged by trickling down theory. Hence it was felt that a training programme in this regard would be of much use to the teachers.
B) Objectives a) To create awareness among teachers to use English language in English class room. b) To help teachers to facilitate learning English among children. c) To make teachers to use supplementary materials for their own empowerment. d) To build confidence among teachers in handling English classrooms. Mode of training: There will be cascade mode to conduct the training. The techniques followed are Group work/Group discussion, Group activities for Reading and Writing skills Reflective Activities with reflective sheets/Recordings, Coaching Play way materials and demonstrations. Creating contexts for writing, Field visits-field trips 1.Materials required : The training module, Tape recorder, LCD, Laptop and folder sheets. The resource institution can be DSERT, British Council, RIE. 2.Expected Outcomes: a.Teachers use English language in English class room. b.Teachers facilitate learning English among children by creating contexts. c.Teachers use supplementary materials for their own empowerment. d.They handle English classrooms confidently. e.Teachers talk to the community about the objectives of introducing English language from the first standard in SDMC and Shiksha ka haq abhiyan. 4) Content Enrichment and Methodology training Need for Trainings: To eradicate the fairness of learning. To develop interest in learning by using simple and easy methods. To acquaint know the teachers attitude towards learning. To make them realized the essence of quality in their academic courier. To develop the scientific attitude among the teachers. The teachers of languages face difficulties in communicating with the children in simple language and framing activities to make students learn languages. Objectives of Training: To enhance the ability to solve the problems. To improve ability of teaching by knowing basic concepts. To improve the teaching ability among by simplifying basic concepts. To develop the interest in teaching. To motivate the teachers to use more and more teaching learning materials, models, charts and kits. To develop the skills in using the creative teaching aides. To develop the TLM materials in using them in classroom process. To enhance the ability to teach effectively. To enhance the ability to solve the hard parts OUT COMES: Teachers will develop the positive attitudes towards teaching learning process. Teachers will motivate to teach effectively. Teachers will decide to use more and more TLM’s while teaching. They will be able to do the works that help the teachers and students. To develop the skills in preparation of low cost materials related to the classroom process. Teachers will decide to use more and more TLM’s while teaching. Teachers improve their teaching skill. Teachers improve communication skills. 5) Physical Education Teachers Training
It is important that every individual develops right values ad good practices in life in order to lead and happy and healthy life. The physical and mental health has to be maintained for the development of all round personality. Teachers will have to integrate such inputs in their regular lessons. So the teachers of a school will have to work as on team in order to develop these skills among children across the subjects.
Objectives to develop awareness among the teachers about the need to maintain good physical and mental health and develop the same. To educate them in the art of developing the five – faceted personality. To help teachers develop the activities for developing the five – faceted personality of each of the child. To train teachers in teaching Physical and Health Education in all classes.
Teachers will develop five-faceted personality. Teachers will strive develop the five-faceted personality among children. Teachers will identify areas that could be used to develop student personality in the textbooks that they handle. Teachers will be able to provide experience through activities for developing good personality traits among children.
R E M S 2014-15 RESEARCH:
1. L.E.P. IMPELIMENTATION IN BELGAUM NORTH DIST.-SHRI A N PYATI LECTURER.
2. L.E.P. IMPELIMENTATION IN CHIKODI EDN DIST. SHRI K S NANDER LECTURER
3. ATTANDANE STUDAY IN PRIMARY SCHOOL CHIKODI EDN DIST. SHRI G Y HUGAR SR LECTURER
4.A STUDY REGARDING EDN PROGRESS UNDER SLUM AND FOREST AREA WITH RESPECT OF SATISFACTION OF PROFESSION OF A TEACHED IN BELGAUM DIST. S S HIREMATH LECTURER.
1.A STUDAY ON IMPELIMENTATION OF REDIO PROGREMM- SHRI S C HATTI LECTURER
2.A STUDAY ON IMPELIMENTATION AND EVALUATION OF FACILITIES PROVIDED TO C W S N CHILDREN - SHRI L C MACHAKANUR LECTURER
3.A STUDAY ON IMPELIMENTATION OF MID-DAY MEAL PROGREMME - SHRI S C KATTIMANI LECTURER
4.A STUDAY ON IMPELIMENTATION OF TRAINING IN CLASS ROOM - SHRI D V KAMBALE LECTURER
5.A STUDAY ON DISTRIBUTION AND PROPER UTILIZATION OF CLOTH AND TEXT BOOK - SMT M F PATIL
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ZgYSL6oeHo NALIKALI SONGS