April 23, 2011, 12:00 am
For this purpose, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has decided to organize a seminar to train CBSE school principals and senior teachers in becoming better managers. The first management development programme on ’Effective School Management’ will be conducted at Delhi next month. The programme will be held from May 16-20 with charges of Rs 10,000 per participant, with accommodation charges being extra.
The board is also organizing another seminar from April 21-23 at IIM-Kozhikode with the focus on ’Leading Schools’. During this seminar the CBSE will focusing on a few themes, like ’Schools of the future: the challenge of reshaping schools for the 21st century’, ’Decoding the attributes of a school that leads’, ’How to bring about teaching and learning, and learning excellence’, ’How to create a learning community based on shared meaning and shared values’ and How to create a blueprint for personal effectiveness’.
According to CBSE officials in Delhi, the board wants its affiliated schools to operate in an extremely professional manner. So, the board is organizing seminars where principals are guided on how to be better managers.