CBSE NET JRF 2017 − 18 Expected Topics & Questions School Education Youtube Lecture Handout

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  • New Education Policy 2016 -


  • Choice Based Credit System -

  • Covered in:


  • Online home school which helps students from CBSE, NCERT, GSEB and UP Board school to learn easily

  • ePath is an all-inclusive education initiative by Arraycom India Limited (20 years old group).

  • It manufactures electronic materials, broadcasting systems and communication system integration.

  • Experience in the field of education with initiatives like Ahmedabad International School (AIS) in Ahmedabad and Toddlers' Den Preschools in Ahmedabad and Vadodara.

  • Learn anywhere, anytime, any device

  • 40% visual, 50% kinesthetic and 10% auditory learners


  • Unified District Information System for Education

  • Database of information about schools in India

  • Developed by National University for Educational Planning and Administration.

  • Records information such as the level of dropouts & condition of school toilets.

  • 3 Mobile Apps – School Finder, School Report Cards & Compare Schools

Facts about School - UDISE

  • PUNJAB has the lowest girls’ enrolment at Primary Level (45.3%)

  • CHANDIGARH has the lowest number of schools in Rural Areas (18 schools)

  • PUNJAB has the lowest girls’ enrolment at Upper Primary Level (44.3%)

  • CHANDIGARH has the highest percentage of female teachers (81%)

  • UTTAR PRADESH has the highest number of schools (2,43,014 schools)

  • UTTAR PRADESH has the highest number of teachers (10,09,333 teachers)

  • JAIPUR district of RAJASTHAN has the highest number of teachers (68,033 teachers)

  • U-DISE maintains comprehensive profile of more than 7.96 million teachers

Student Database Management Information System (SDMIS)

  • Develop student database (SDMIS) which with over 250 million students from Grade 1st to 12th

  • Largest such systems across the World.

  • The system will keep record of academic journey of every student studying in about 1.5 million Government and Private schools in India.

  • Student’s Aadhaar Id would be linked & develop child-tracking system.

Gender Atlas

  • Digital Gender Atlas for Advancing Girl Education – Performance & Vulnerability

  • Identify low performing pocket for girls – SC/ST/Minorities/Disabilities

  • Visualization is based on Map Management Information System (MMIS) technology that enables innovative visualization of data on maps.

  • Focus on 5 Areas:

    • Comparative Composite Index based Quartile Ranking

    • Trend Analysis

    • Spatial Distribution of Special Focus Districts (SFD), Left Wing Extremist (LWE) affected districts, Beti Badhao Beti Padhao (BBBP) districts, Educationally Backward Blocks (EBB)

    • Vulnerabilities impinging on Girls' Education

    • Children with Disabilities

School GIS

  • Mapping of Schools

  • Web Based School GIS application by Department of School Education and Literacy, MHRD, GoI for seamless visualization of school locations across India

  • School location will be linked with U-DISE

Rashtriya Avishkar Abhiyan (RAA)

  • Established beyond schools – Age group 6-18 years

  • Nurture spirit of inquiry and creativity

  • Love for Science and Mathematics

  • Effective use of technology amongst children

  • Encourage those who show inclination and talent for these subjects to be encouraged

  • Dual track approach to make Science, Mathematics and Technology exciting both inside classroom and outside classroom activities.

  • National Council for Science & Technology Communication (NCSTC) popularizes methods of science by National Children Science Congress (NCSC)

  • NCSTC – Organizes teacher’s science congress, teacher’s training programs

  • Initiative for Research and Innovation in Science (IRIS): Example of Public Private Partnership which NCSTC in collaboration with INTEL India.


  • Udaan Project: by MHRD & GoI to address low enrolment of girl students in engineering institutions

  • Also address teaching gap between school education & engineering entrance examination.

  • Free offline / online resources by virtual weekend contact classes and study material on pre-loaded tablet in Class XI and Class XII for preparation of admission tests.

  • Minimum 70% marks in Class X overall and 80% marks in Science and Mathematics. Students enrolled in PCM are

  • With Family Income less than 6 lakh per annum

National Curriculum Framework of Teacher Education, 2005

  • Reflective practice - Ability to reflect on an action so as to engage in a process of continuous learning

  • Provide opportunity for student-teachers for self-learning, reflection, assimilation and articulation of new ideas

  • Develop capacities for self-directed learning and ability to think, be critical and to work in groups

  • Provide opportunities to student-teachers to observe and engage with children, communicate with and relate to children

Online in-service teacher capacity-building program

  • Developed by SCERT, Delhi

  • 1st month, Software will help 50 maths & 70 mentor teachers

  • Aims to train 50,000 teachers

  • Enhance teacher-to-teacher communication

  • Enable student-centred teaching approaches

  • Provide 24x7 accessibility to course material

  • Build the capacity of in-service teachers

  • 15 sittings with 8 hour in each sitting

All India Survey on Higher Education (AISHE)

  • Started in 2010-11

  • List of all institutions engaged in imparting of higher education.

  • Data collection on teachers, student enrolment, programs, examination results, education finance, infrastructure.

  • Inclusion of 3rd Gender Option

  • Indicators of educational development: Institution Density, Gross Enrolment Ratio, Pupil-teacher ratio, Gender Parity Index, Per Student Expenditure