Scheme of Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya National Mission on Teachers and Teaching (PMMMNMTT) (Download PDF)


Download PDF of This Page (Size: 185.84 K)

This scheme was started in 2014-15 for 3 years – Project based & scheme based outcome. There are 4 main pillars on which this scheme focuses: institution, individual, network and academic leadership.

  • Institutional Oriented: Creation of New Institutional Arrangements

    • Schools of Education (30 Nos.)
    • Centres of Excellence for Curriculum and Pedagogy (50)
    • Inter-University Centres for Teacher Education (2)
  • Individual Oriented: Innovations, Awards, Teaching Resource Grant including Workshops and Seminars
  • Networks and Alliances

    • Subject Networks for Curricular Renewal and Reforms
    • National Resource Centre for Education /Higher Education Academy
  • Academic Leadership: Institutes of Academic Leadership and Education Management (5 Nos.)


To empower teachers and faculty during through training, re-training, refresher and orientation programmes in generic skills, pedagogic skills, discipline 7 specific content up gradation, ICT and technology enabled training and other appropriate interventions.

To create and strengthen the institutional mechanisms (Schools of Education, Institutes of Academic leadership and Education Management, Subject based networks, Teaching–learning Centres etc.)

2. Mission Strategies

The Mission goals are sought to be achieved through a combination of:

  • Programmatic and scheme based interventions: pre-service & in-service training through existing and new institutional structures, new academic programmes & courses, strengthening post-graduate and doctoral programmes
  • Project based activities: ICT based training, training of Mathematics, Science, Language teachers for schools, Core science & engineering courses in technical education.

3. Outcomes

The professional development needs of teachers and faculty so as to infuse innovation in pedagogy leading to better learning outcomes.

A critical component will be to integrate elementary teacher education with the Higher Education by instituting Schools of Education and breaking the insularity of elementary teacher development and practices.

4. Deliverables

Overall, in terms of numbers, the Mission is intended to achieve the following:

  • Over one lakh qualified teachers for schools, general and technical education colleges and universities across various disciplines
  • Create a sufficient base of teacher educators and promote excellence in faculty for academic leadership positions
  • Create subject based networks in different disciplines.

Funding norms

Separate accounts are to be maintained by each Institute/University/Centre in regard to the grants released by the Central Government.

The grantee organization shall submit to the Government of India, a Statement of Accounts audited by a Chartered Accountant, stating out the expenditure incurred on the approved project and indication the utilization of the Government grant in the preceding years.

The grantee organization will be open to a review by the Government of India, Ministry of Human Resource Development by appointing a Committee or in any other manner decided by the Government as and when deemed necessary by the Government.

Expected Questions CBSE NET Jan 2017 Paper 1: Higher Education

Dr. Manishika Jain explains the what to expect for 2017 Paper 1 - higher education. Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan

- Published/Last Modified on: January 4, 2017


Monthy-updated, fully-solved, large current affairs-2018 question bank(more than 2000 problems): Quickly cover most-important current-affairs questions with pointwise explanations especially designed for IAS, CBSE-NET, Bank-PO and other competetive exams.