Gujarat Council of Educational Research and Training (GCERT) is a pivotal institution at the state level for the enhancement of qualitative education at primary and secondary schools.
It was the “State Institute of Education” before 1988. It was later upgraded as a SCERT in 1988, under the resolution of the State Education Department.
The upgraded SCERT, now named as Gujarat Council of Educational Research and Training (GCERT) is a fully structured State level academic institution and is controlled and guided by a Governing body as well as an Executive Committee.
What will be created in the new National Education Policy for all age groups for career as well as sports activities?
Bal Vatika, Bal Mandir, Bal Bhavan
What is the full form of SSSA?
STATE SCHOOL STANDARDS AUTHORITY,
STATE STANDARDS SCHOOL AUTHORITY,
STATE SCHOOL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS AUTHORITY,
Who will be appointed to promote local businesses, knowledge, and skills in the school?
Master Trainer, Master Instructor, Master Inspector
Who will not be considered for recruitment of subject teachers in the new National Education Policy?
TET, NTA score, academic percentage
To what extent will Kasturba Gandhi Vidyalaya be expanded in the new National Education Policy?
Up to standard 8, up to standard 10, up to standard 12
Which children will be given primary education to higher education only in general school?
PWD, CWS, CWSN
What percentage of students will get vocational education by 2025 in the new national education policy?
50%, 75%, 100%
Who will play an important role in the assessment as a National Assessment?
PRAKASH, PARAKH, PRAKH
What is the minimum number of hours of in-service training per year in the new National Education Policy?
50 hours, 25 hours, 45 hours
In the new National Education Policy, which of the following years is the minimum qualification for teacher recruitment?
3 years integrated B.Ed course
2 years integrated B.Ed course
4 years integrated B.Ed course