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19 October 2021

LIVE DARSHAN

 

India's first mobile application that bridge devotees directly to god around India abroad by offering live darshan from majore temples.

We are getting more temples to offer their live darshan from our platform that will be accessed worldwide. After all there's once in all we belive and we all would love that one sigh of god will help us to increase the levele of spirituality, peace, productivity & trust everyday.


INDIA



I2I also helps people with disabilities, old age & people living abroad and those who cannot come visit temple regularly, now they will be able to see god in major temple live through our platform.


Australia



Shree Maa Umiya, the almighty mother Goddess of the universe is the kuldevi of the kadva patidar community. Maa Umiya has given birth to this universe as the mother Goddess.


Canada


Maa Saraswati, Maa Lakshmi and Maa kali are her incarnations only. Whenever the dark devilish elements raised their heads, the deity has takenvarious forms and Swarups to demolish them and protect the good and religious.Wherever in the world there is Strength, there is the Maa Umiya as the source; she only is the giver of strength and divinity.


Sigapore



For the creation of the universe the Shiv element brought forth the Sati. Sati took birth at the house of Daksh Prajapati. She married lord Shiva.


United Kingdom



Daksha organized a huge Yagna, and to spite Shiva, did not invite him. Sati still went to that Yagna at her fathers without invitation.


Washington


She and lord Shiva were insulted again and unable to bear that Sati jumped into the Yagna pyre and embraced fire. Lord Shiva became very angry and carrying the body of Sati on his shoulders, he started the Tandav. The entire world shook and panicked. To save the world, Lord Vishnu cut the body of Sati into 51 parts with his Sudarshan Chakra and wherever these parts fell, a Shaktipeeth was

For the creation of the universe the Shiv element brought forth the Sati. Sati took birth at the house of Daksh Prajapati. She married lord Shiva. Daksha organized a huge Yagna, and to spite Shiva, did not invite him. Sati still went to that Yagna at her fathers without invitation. She and lord Shiva were insulted again and unable to bear that Sati jumped into the Yagna pyre and embraced fire. Lord Shiva became very angry and carrying the body of Sati on his shoulders, he started the Tandav. The entire world shook and panicked. To save the world, Lord Vishnu cut the body of Sati into 51 parts with his Sudarshan Chakra and wherever these parts fell, a Shaktipeeth was

Instead of the Bricks and Limestone temple of Maa Umiya, the new stone temple was built in the year 1887. Shri Ramchandra Mansukhlal called for the meetings of the leaders of the Kadva patidar community at different places and collected the fund of Rs. 100,000/- for the same. And he got the new stone temple built from vikram samvat 1921 to 1856. After that, to complete the unfinished work, the Raibhadur Bechardas Ambadas lashkari called for the meeting of 400 well known Kadva patidar community members and collected the necessary funds on 18-01-1883 at his own place and under his leadership, a Panch was formed to take care of the further temple construction activities that included the famous patidars from Unjha, Kadi, Chanasma, Mehsana, Sardhav, Langhanaj, Rupal and pilodara. The Gaikwad Shree also sent Rs. 15000/- towards the fund.On 25-01-1884, iit was decided by the Panchs to ask for one rupee from each kadva patidar home for the fund. From the money so collected, the unfinished work of the temple was started afresh.The construction of the temple was completed on vikram samvat 1943 and on 06-02-1887, the Vastu poojan was done. The temple gates were opened. The Gaikwads presented a costly dress as the offering to the deity. BEchardas Lashkari also offered a shawl, a Joto and a Pagdi. At that time, Shri Nagardas Ugardas Patel-Mollot and shri Kushaldas Kishordas patel- Rusat took the pledge of offering the gold shikhar worth rs. 2000/-


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17 October 2021

NAS


National Achievement Survey (NAS) is a nationally representative large-scale survey of students' learning undertaken by the Ministry of Education, Government of India. NAS gives a system level reflection on effectiveness of NAS-2021 school education. Findings help compare the performance across spectrum and across population in order to find the desirable direction for improvements.


NAS BAYSEG 


National Achievement Survey-2021 is scheduled on 12th November 2021. The National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) has developed the Assessment Framework for gauging the competencies attained by the students vis-a-vis learning outcomes. The NAS-2021 Survey goes beyond the scorecard and includes the background variables to correlate student's performance in different learning outcomes vis-a-vis contextual variables. This national level survey would be conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) as Assessment Administrator for Grade 3, 5, 8 and 10 NAS-2021 students of State Govt. schools, Govt. Aided schools, Private Unaided recognized schools and Central Government schools. The Survey will be conducted in a monitored environment in the sampled schools. Sampling Design for NAS 2021 intends to support the predefined and agreed objectives of the national assessment, NAS 2021 intends to provide information of what India's students know and can do in key grades and subjects at national, state, district and school type. Selection of sampled schools is based on UDISE+2019-20 data. Therefore, the States, Districts used for drawing of the samples for NAS 2021 is exactly as per the UDISE+2019-20.


Papers

Std 3 Lang 11

Std 3 Lang 12

Std 3 Mat 21

Std 3 Mat 22

Std 3 Lang 11 2012

Std 3 Lang 12 2012

Std 3 Mat 21 2012

Std 3 Mat 22 2012


Std 5 Evs 31

Std 5 Evs 32

Std 5 Evs 33

Std 5 Lang 11

Std 5 Lang 12

Std 5 Mat 21

Std 5 Mat 22

Std 5 Mat 23



Std 8 Lang 11

Std 8 Lang 12

Std 8 Mat 21

Std 8 SS 41

Std 8 Sci 31 2012

Std 8 Sci 32 2012

Std 8 Lang 11 2015-16

Std 8 Mat 21 2015-16

Std 8 Mat 22 2015-16

Std 8 SS 41 2015-16

Std 8 SS 41 2015-16



NAS findings would help diagnose learning gaps of students and determine interventions required in education policies, teaching practices and learning. Through its diagnostic report cards, NAS findings help in capacity building for teachers, officials involved in the delivery of education. NAS 2021 would be a rich repository of evidences and data points furthering the scope of research and development. With this in view, NAS-2021 Portal has been developed by NIC as a dynamic platform in consultation with the NCERT, CBSE, UNICEF, DDG (Stats) and NITI Aayog under the overall guidance of Ministry of Education, Government of India. This portal would be a sustainable educational management information system both for helping in smooth conduct of NAS-2021 as well as for future decision-making based on data analytics. The portal provides role-based functionality and dashboard for managing the resources (various functionaries involved in the conduct & administration of NAS), activity and event monitoring, capacity building, reporting & documentation, post NAS analytical report in the customized formats.


Gujarat NAS Survery 2017


National Achievement Survey- State Reports

The National Achievement Survey (NAS) conducted throughout the country on November 13, 2017 for Classes 3, 5 and 8 in government and government aided schools. The survey tools used multiple test booklets with 45 questions in Classes III and V and 60 questions in Class VIII in Mathematics, Language, Sciences NAS-2021 and Social Sciences. The competency based test questions developed reflected the Learning Outcomes developed by the NCERT which were recently incorporated in the RTE Act by the Government of India. Along with the test items, questionnaires pertaining to students, teachers and schools were also used.

The learning levels of NAS-2021 2.2 million students from 1,10,000 schools across 701 districts in all 36 States/UTs were assessed. The findings of the survey, will help to guide education policy, planning and implementation at national, state, district and classroom levels for improving learning levels of children and bringing about qualitative improvements.


The National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) is an autonomous organisation set up in 1961 by the Government of India to assist and advise the Central and State Governments on policies and programmes for qualitative improvement in school education. The major objectives of NCERT and its constituent units are to: undertake, promote and coordinate research in areas related to school education; prepare and publish model textbooks, supplementary material, newsletters, journals and develops educational kits, multimedia digital materials, etc. organise pre-service and in-service training of teachers; develop and NAS-2021 disseminate innovative educational techniques and practices;collaborate and network with state educational departments, universities, NGOs and other educational institutions; act as a clearing house for ideas and information NAS-2021 in matters related to school education; and act as a nodal agency for achieving the goals of Universalisation of Elementary Education. In addition to research, development, training, extension, publication and dissemination activities, NCERT is an implementation agency for bilateral cultural exchange programmes with other countries in the field of school education. NAS-2021 The NCERT also interacts and works in collaboration with the international organisations, visiting foreign delegations and offers various training facilities to educational personnel from developing countries. The major constituent units of NCERT NAS-2021 which are located in different regions of the country are:

Department Of Education In Languages

The Council performs varied roles with an overall objective of bringing about qualitative improvement in humanities education in schools. It has been involved in the development of model syllabi and teaching-learning materials in languages for upper primary, secondary and higher secondary stages.


Language in education is the basis for NAS-2021 learning and development of children during the formative years of school. It is equally important for learning in general and learning the content subjects in particular in later years. Department of Languages aims to realize overarching principles of learning to shape children into independent NAS-2021 learners and harmonious citizens. The Department of Languages was set up on 1 July 2005 and works actively in promoting language education through development and evaluation of curricula and instructional materials; professional development of teachers, and conducts research in language education at all stages of schooling. The department lays emphasis on empowering NAS-2021 teachers through its continuous orientation and works on innovative strategies and emerging trends in language education.

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Eye Test App

 

A useful application to find out how much your mobile screen damage your eyes


As the pandemic forced the families to restrict themselves under one roof in order to safeguard themselves from the deadly virus, they switched to mobile phones, TV and computer for entertainment. This shift, however, safeguards them from the coronavirus, but health experts say that diseases related to the eye and neck have increased as the screen time has increased 4-5 times. 


An app that protects while using phone screens

In order to keep the eye-related problems at bay, a French-based company has developed software that would help the user to negotiate between the user and the gadget. The application Eye Test App named Eyes Keeper can be downloaded from the play store and App store. The Eyes Keeper tool forces the user to maintain a suitable distance when looking at a screen. If the user does not maintain the necessary distance, the application blurs the image, till the user maintain a proper distance between the eye and the gadget. It also allows parents to better track and control their children's  Eye Test App activities.If you find yourself using your computer for several hours per day, you need to concern yourself with impacts on your vision. Prolonged computer use can reduce your ability to focus and can create short or long-term vision issues associated with computer eye strain. Luckily, there are some apps and software that you can incorporate into your screen time to reduce these impacts to your vision.



Visual Acuity Test App

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When you sit at a computer for extended periods of time, it forces your eyes to focus on a brightly lit screen and focus intently for far longer than the eyes can safely handle. This cause Eye Test App them to become overworked and can cause headaches, vision issues, and long-term damage. Eye strain is a very common concern today and one of the most common vision issues, but Eye Test App you can help prevent it with helpful apps that make using the computer less of a strain on the eyes.


Five Apps To Protect Your Eyesight

The following apps can be used on devices that do not have this type of functionality built into their design. They can help you prevent short term eye strain and other issues resulting from using your device for extended periods or frequently throughout the day. In the long-term they can help prevent vision deterioration.


Eye exam App

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1. Time Out Free

This OS X app is designed to remind you when you need to take Eye Test App a break from the computer screen and will also dim the screen. This app is programmable for longer breaks in normal mode, or you can program shorter breaks in micro mode.  Eye Test App This app also allows you to adjust the transparency of the screen as well as the color to make work easier on your eyes.


Eye Test App

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2. Pangobright

This is an app designed for use on Windows and helps you control the brightnes Eye Test App  of multiple monitors. This app is helpful for a variety of business and personal setups where you will be working for an extended period of time from a multiple monitor setup.


According to experts, the person who is facing issues related to dry eyes would encounter headaches, redness on the eyes and sensitivity to light. Health suggest 
Eye Test App children below two years of age must not watch any screens, either phone screens or television. Those above two years of age should not watch the screen beyond two hours Eye Test App.


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Long screen timing leads to dry eye

Human eyes need lubricants and moisture to function properly. The excessive usage of electronic gadgets which has a feature of the screen makes the eye dry. According to health experts, dry eye syndrome is a condition Eye Test App when a human eye lacks sufficient lubrication and moisture on the surface of the eye to function


This web app is an Eye Test App extension available for Chrome or Firefox and serves as a reminder to take a break from your computer screen at certain intervals. The app is pre-loaded Eye Test App with recommended time frames. You can select twenty minutes working Eye Test App and twenty seconds to take a break while focusing on objects that are twenty feet away from you.


These apps, built-in features, software programs are incredibly useful for people who spend time using their electronic devices Eye Test App and are no less important than other eye health and safety products. With the increase in electronic device usage, vision problems and eye strain have become pressing issues for the majority of users. Protect Eye Test App your vision and prevent unnecessary deterioration over time Eye Test App by using these Eye Test App handy tools. Whether you use a phone or you have a complex, multi-monitor setup, there is a tool, app, or program to help you make using your device safer.


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14 October 2021

Shala Swachhata Action Plan


Swachhta (Cleanliness) is everyone's business and Ministries /Departments of the Union Government can play a substantial role in facilitating it. Hon'ble Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi Swachhta Action Plancalled upon all Ministries/Departments to bring Swachhta as an element in their schemes and activities so that each of them and the institutions, corporations and offices under them can contribute to achieve Swachh Bharat.


Acting on Prime Minister's this vision, the Department of Drinking Water and Sanitation (DDWS), Ministry of Jal Shakti being the nodal Department coordinated with all Ministries/Departments to finalize and collate their Swachhta Action Plan (SAP). In the financial year 2017-18, 76 Ministries/Departments have earmarked funds worth 5248 crore rupees for their swachhta plans. Each Ministry/Department has started implementing its SAP from 1st April 2017.


The object behind this portal is to highlight the contribution and efforts proposed by 76 Ministries/Departments of Govt. of India. Progress in implementation of Swachhta Action Plan can be tracked and monitored by MDWS, the Committee of Secretaries, Cabinet Secretary and the Prime Minister's Office. Presently the portal is being accessed by all 76 Ministries/Departments to upload their SAP with budget, activities, photographs, reports.


Shala Swachchhta Action Plan 

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Swachhta Action Plan heralds a milestone in the functioning of the whole Government in terms of each Ministry taking up accountable and Budgeted Swachhta action plans in line with the Hon'ble Prime Minister's vision. The concept behind the SAP portal can be seen as adding a Swachhta Action Plan transparent, time-bound, dynamic and Inter- ministry dimension towards realizing a Swachh Bharat.


This app is developed for Government of Gujarat under an ongoing project for improving school sanitation.


The app will be used for purely academic purposes of collecting information on school sanitation and training teachers on sanitation.


The Swachhta Action Plan (SSG) App l is developed to achieve the following objectives:


To Access / Update the real time information on WASH performance of all schools in the State.


Use reports generated for improvement, planning & decision making.


E-Learning modules on WASH in Schools for teachers


Enhance understanding, ownership & performance of schools and key stakeholders about WASH in schools.


Swachhta Action Plan - Swachh Bharat Mission, Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation.

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Shala Swachchhta Action Plan

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Home Work

 


Kids are more successful in school when parents take an active interest in their Homework — it shows kids that what they do is important.


Of course, helping with Homework shouldn't mean spending hours hunched over a desk. Parents can be supportive by demonstrating study and organization skills, explaining a tricky problem, or just encouraging kids to take a break. And who knows? Parents might even learn a thing or two!


Here are some tips to guide the way:


DIWALI HOME WORK

STD 2 and 3 Home Work



Know the teachers — and what they're looking for. Attend school events, such as parent-teacher conferences, to meet your child's teachers. Ask about their Homework policies and how you should be involved.



English Lekhan Diary Click Here



Set up a homework-friendly area. Make sure kids have a well-lit place to complete Homework. Keep supplies — paper, pencils, glue, scissors — within reach.



English Rangotsav Diary Click Here



Schedule a regular study time. Some kids work best in the afternoon, following a snack and play period; others may prefer to wait until after dinner.


Ganan, Lekhan Diary Click Here



Help them make a plan. On heavy Homework nights or when there's an especially hefty assignment to tackle, encourage your child break up the work into manageable chunks. Create a work schedule for the night if necessary — and take time for a 15-minute break every hour, if possible.


English Lekhan Diary Click Here



Keep distractions to a minimum. This means no TV, loud music, or phone calls. (Occasionally, though, a phone call to a classmate about an assignment can be helpful.)


Maths Lekhan Diary Click Here



Make sure kids do their own Homework. They won't learn if they don't think for themselves and make their own mistakes. Parents can make suggestions and help with directions. But it's a kid's job to do the learning.

Be a motivator and monitor. Ask about assignments, quizzes, and tests. Give encouragement, check completed homework, and make yourself available for questions and concerns.





Set a good example. Do your kids ever see you diligently balancing your budget or reading a book? Kids are more likely to follow their parents' examples than their advice.


Diwali HomeWork Diary Click Here



STD 3 Home Work

STD 4 Home Work

STD 5 Home Work

STD 7 Home Work




Praise their work and efforts. Post an aced test or art project on the refrigerator. Mention academic achievements to relatives.


Paryavaran Diary Click Here



If there are continuing problems with Homework, get help. Talk about it with your child's teacher. Some kids have trouble seeing the board and may need glasses; others might need an evaluation for a learning problem or attention disorder.



Hindi Vanchan, Lekhan Diary Click Here



Homework, or a homework assignment, is a set of tasks assigned to students by their teachers to be completed outside the classroom. Common homework assignments may include required reading, a writing or typing project, mathematical exercises to be completed, information to be reviewed before a test, or other skills to be practiced.


The effects of homework are debated. Generally speaking, homework does not improve academic performance among young children. Homework may improve academic Homework skills among older students, especially lower-achieving students. However, homework also creates stress for students and parents, and reduces the amount of time that students can spend in other activities.


We got talking to a few parents and teachers on how they feel about the latest policy from the education ministry regarding regulating homework for different classes, school bag weight, introducing lockers and lunch at school, and other measures.


The Ministry of Education released a new policy last week that regulates school bag weight and the amount of homework given to school students of all ages. The policy includes giving no homework to students up to class 2, Homework providing lockers and digital weighing machines in schools, making potable water available on the school premises, and disallowing wheeled carrier bags.


Homework regulation

Different classes of students have different homework regulations as per the policy.


Up to class 2: No homework

Class 3 to 5: Maximum of 2 hours of homework a week

Class 6 to 8: Maximum of 1 hour of homework a day

Classes 9 to 12: Maximum of 2 hours of homework a day

The policy suggested that since students till class 2 were too young to sit down and work on their homework at a stretch, “they need to be encouraged in the class to speak about how they spent their evening at home, the games they played, the food they ate, etc.”

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Class Development Plan

 




The purpose of this Class Development Plan (CDP) is to allovw you a space to compile the most important foundational elements of your course in one place. It is intended not only as an assessment platform for our professional development curriculum, but also as a planning document for anyone who is developing a course.  If you are currently in one of our professional development courses (e.g. 1.5- day in-person workshop, six-week Class Development Plan (CDP), then you may not have a specific course in mind for development yet. If that's the case, then we suggest that you select a course that you are likely to teach, or perhaps would like to teach within the context of your department, and use that same hypothetical course as you proceed through the professional development process. If you are in one of these PD courses-and do have a specific course in mind..that's great!  If you are currently in our Class Development Plan (CDP) cohort, then you must fill out this documnent with information related to the specific course you are currently developing as part of that process. However, you are welcome to make a copy of this template and use it to help you plan the major components of any other course you may be developing as well. To use this document, simply fill in each section, one at a time. You are encouraged to copy/paste information from existing documents (syllabi, Canvas sites, etc.) wherever Class Development Plan (CDP) possible. Just remember that this is a living document, and we may ask you n malro changes to certain elements as you progress if they don't exemplify the


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to copy/paste information from existing documents (syllabi, Canvas sites, etc.) wherever possible. Just remember that this is a living document, and we may ask you to make changes to certain elements as you progress if they don't exemplify the concepts we need you to apply. If you are currently in one of our professional development courses (e.g. 1.5- day in-person workshop, six-week Class Development Plan (CDP) online course), then this document will serve as a sequenced assessment that you'll work on throughout the course. Please feel free to turn in the entire document each time, even if most of it is blank (as may be the case early on). As you progress, it will help us to see how later sections build off the earlier ones, so turning in the entire thing each time helps us get a good sense of where you stand. Class Development Plan (CDP) If you are currently in our course development cohort, this CDP will help your assigned Instructional Designer keep up with where you are and what type of support you may need. So please keep it up to date, even though your eventual Canvas site is what will actually undergo quality review at the end.


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Creating a Class Development Plan (CDP)

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  • What is a Classroom Management Plan?
  • The Purpose of a Classroom Management Plan
  • Step-by-Step Guide to Creating a Classroom Management Plan
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What is a Classroom Management Plan?

Classroom management is considered one of the foundations of the educational system. It refers to the actions that educators take that create a supportive environment for students and teachers alike. The right Class Development Plan (CDP) provides opportunities for academic, soclal, and emotional learning (Koran & Koran, 2018). A well-managed classroom has three important elements (Popescu, 2014): • Efficient use of time and space. Strategies that empower the students to make good choices instead of controlling their behavior. Effective implementation of instructional strategies. Therefore, educators need to develop a strong dlassroom management plan to ensure that the strategies are laid out and implemented properly. It combines rules, guidelines, layouts, plans, procedures, and more for most scenarios that


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ch06is face many challenges and planning to meet these challenges is a vital part of the school's work. These Guidelines have been developed and published to help with this task. The educational needs of our children must act as the principal stimulus for educators to guide all school planning for the welfare of our pupils in the years that lie ahead. I am confident that these Class Development Plan (CDP) Guidelines will contribute substantially to the work of schools in planning for the future and in adapting to change, while still retaining commitment to the values and standards which have been part of primary education in Ireland for decades. The Guidelines are part of a package of supports/resources on school development planning which I am putting in place for all primary and second-level schools. The publication of the Guidelines is timely in the context of the recent Education Act. The Guidelines will help schools to fulfil their duties as outlined in the Act. The aim of the Guidelines is to assist schools in delivering quality in their own educational settings. They will help teachers to look at their own schools, to review what is currently taking place, Class Development Plan (CDP) and to influence and to guide the development of the School Plan. The Guidelines place a particular emphasis on collaboration within the entire school community. I wish to express my gratitude to all who played a part in the preparation Class Development Plan (CDP) and production of these Guidelines. In that regard, I wish to thank especially the representatives of the Irish National Teachers' Organisation, Catholic Primary School Managers Association, National Parents' Ord of Education

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12 October 2021

NIPUN BHARAT

The National Mission which has been launched under the aegis of the centrally sponsored scheme of Samagra Shiksha , will focus on providing access and retaining children in foundational Nipun Bharat years of schooling , teacher capacity building , development of high quality and diversified Student and Teacher Resources / Learning Materials , and tracking the progress of each child in achieving learning outcomes . The Department of School Education and Nipun Bharat Literacy , Ministry of Education ( MOE ) will be the implementing agency at the national level and will be headed by a Mission Director . Students covered The mission will focus on children of age group of 3 to 9 years including pre - school to Grade 3. The children who are in Nipun Bharat Class 4 and 5 and have not attained the foundational skills will be provided individual teacher guidance and support , peer support and age appropriate and supplementary graded learning materials to acquire the necessary competencies Nipun Bharat. The goals and objectives of the mission are required to be achieved by all Govt Govt . Aided and Private Schools so that universal acquisition of FLN skills can be achieved by 2026-27  What is Foundational Literacy and Numeracy ? Foundational literacy The pre - existing knowledge of language helps in building literacy skills in languages . The key components in Foundational Language and Literacy are : Oral Language : Development Includes improved listening comprehension : oral vocabulary and extended conversation skills The experiences in oral language are important Nipun Bharat for developing skills of reading and writing . Decoding : Involves deciphering written words based on understanding the relationship between symbols and their sounds Reading Fluency : Refers to the ability to read a text with accuracy , speed (automaticity) , expression (prosody), and the text Many children recognise aksharas, but read them


FLN PRAGATI PATRAK

STD 3 (1)            STD 3 (2)            STD 3 (3)

STD 4 (1)            STD 4 (2)            STD 4 (3)

STD 5 (1)            STD 5 (2)            STD 5 (3)




STD 6 (1)            STD 6 (2)            STD 6 (3)



Decoding: Involves deciphering written words based on understanding the relationship between symbols and their sounds Reading Fluency: Refers to the ability to read a text with accuracy, speed (automaticity), expression (prosody), and comprehension that allows children to make Nipun Bharat meaning from  the text.  Many children recognize aksharas, but read them laboriously, one - by - one.







Reading Comprehension: Involves constructing meaning from a text and thinking critically about it.  This domain covers the competencies of Nipun Bharat understanding texts and retrieving information from them, as well as interpreting texts.  Writing: This domain includes the competencies of writing aksharas and words as well as writing for expression Foundational Numeracy Foundational Numeracy means the ability to reason and to apply simple numerical concepts in daily life problem solving.  The major aspects and components of early mathematics are:.  • Pre - number concepts: Count and understand the number system Numbers and operations on numbers: Learn conventions needed for mastery of Mathematical techniques such as the use of a base ten system to represent numbers Shapes and Spatial Understanding Perform simple computations in her / her own  way up to three - digit numbers and apply these to their day to life activities in different contexts Measurement: Understand and use standard algorithms to perform operations of addition, subtraction, Nipun Bharat multiplication and division on numbers up to three digits Data Handling: Identify and extend simple  patterns starting from repeating shapes to patterns in numbers, interpret simple data / information in his / her daily life activities


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e 9 n Objectives To ensure an inclusive classroom environment by incorporating play, discovery, and activity - based pedagogies, linking it to the daily life situations of the children and formal inclusion of children's home languages.  • To enable children to Nipun Bharat become motivated, independent and engaged readers and writers with comprehension possessing sustainable reading and writing skills.  To make children understand the reasoning in the domains of number, measurement and shapes, and enable them to Nipun Bharat become independent in problem solving by way of numeracy and spatial understanding skills.  ● me activities;  ● To ensure availability and effective usage of high - quality and culturally responsive teaching learning material in children's familiar / home / mother language (s).  • To focus on continuous capacity building of teachers, head teachers, Nipun Bharat academic resource persons and education administrators.  To actively engage with all stakeholders i.e. Teachers, Parents.  Students and Community, policy makers for building a strong foundation of lifelong learning.  To ensure assessment 'as, of and for learning through portfolios group and collaborative work, project work, quizzes, role plays, games, oral presentations, short tests, etc.  • To ensure tracking of learning levels of all students.  Unique features The unique feature Nipun Bharat is that the goals of the Mission are set in the form of Lakshya Soochi or Targets for Foundational Literacy and Numeracy Although, the overall aim is to achieve the desired Nipun Bharat learning outcomes by the end of grade 3, however, in order  to generate greater awareness among the parents, community, volunteers etc.  the Lakshyashas has been developed from Balvatika to Grade 3. The.


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us per minute and atleast 60 words per minute correctly by the end of Grade II and III respectively from an age appropriate unknown text with comprehension and clarity.  The success of NIPUN Bharat will primarily Nipun Bharat depend on teachers, so, there will be a special emphasis on capacity building of teache A special package for foundational literacy and Numeracy under NISHTHA is being developed by NCERT and around 25 lakh teac teaching at pre-primary to Nipun Bharat  primary grade will be trained this year on FLN.  Outcomes Following outcomes have been envisaged from implementation of the goals and objectives of NIPUN Bharat Mission: Foundational skills enabled to keep children in class thereby reducing the dropouts and improving transition rate from primary upper primary and secondary stages.  Activity based learning and conducive learning environment will improve the quality of education.  • Innovative pedagogies such as toy-based and Nipun Bharat experiential learning will be used in classroom transaction thereby making learning a joyful and engaging activity.  Intensive capacity building rs will make Nipun Bharat them em and vide grea autonomy for choosing the pedagog Holistic development of the child by focusing on different domains of development like physical and motor development, so emotional development, literacy and numeracy development, cognitive development, life skills etc.  which are interrelated ar interdependent, which will be reflected in a Holistic Progress Card.  .  Children to achieve steeper learning trajectory which may have positive impacts on later life outcomes and employment.  .  Since almost every child attends early grades, therefore, focus at that stage Nipun Bharat will also benefit the socio-economic disadvantageous group thus ensuring access to equitable and inclusive quality education.








 

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