Admission: Diploma Course in Guidance and Counselling
(Distance and Face-to-Face ) 2014
NCERT announces a one-year Diploma course for training of
professionals in guidance and counselling, combining distance and face-to-face
modes. The course aims at enhancing the skills and competencies of
teachers to promote holistic development of pupils and handle their academic,
socio-emotional, and ethical problems. The course is open to teachers, teacher
educators, school administrators and untrained guidance personnel from India,
other SAARC, and Afro-Asian countries. The course will be transacted in three
phases, i.e. distance (seven months; January – July, 2014), face-to-face contact
programme at respective study centres (two months; August – September, 2014),
and internship in home town (three months; October – December, 2014). Admission
to eligible candidates will be offered at NIE, NCERT (DEPFE), New Delhi and
Regional Institutes of Education at Ajmer, Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Mysore and
Shillong. Maximum no. of seats at each centre will be 50. Deputed candidates
will be preferred. Advance copy will be considered for screening of
applications. NCERT's decision will be final in matters of admission.
In-service teachers – graduates with teaching degree.
Candidates ‘presently not working’ – graduation with
teaching degree and at least two years of teaching or related experience.
Postgraduates in psychology /education /social work /
child development/special education. Preference will be given to those with
at least one year of teaching or related experience.
Candidates from outside India who are not graduates but
have teaching degree are required to have three years of work experience in
the relevant area.
Minimum % of marks for all target groups is 50% (5%
relaxation for SC/ST).
No. of Seats: Maximum 50 Per Study Centre.
Screening of candidates will be done by a committee
following a selection criteria. Shortlisted candidates will be called at the
study centre in their region for selection test which includes essay writing
and interview. No TA/DA will be given for travelling to the study centre to
attend the selection process.
In-service candidates can appear in the selection test,
if found eligible, with prior permission from their employers if deputation
orders take time.
Courtesy : NCERT