In a bid to reduce the fear of maths amongst student, Human Resource Development Ministry announced to constitute the committee under the Chairmanship of Gujarat Education Minister Shri Bhupendrasinh Chudasama to suggest the ways to make the maths subject easy. Human Resource Development Minister Shri Prakash Javadekar said after the Annual Meeting of National Council of Educational Research and Training- NCERT at New Delhi.
Javadekar said that this decision was taken on the basis of National Assessment Survey to eliminate the fear of maths among the students. He further said that eminent educationists and senior officials will be the part of this committee.
Shri Javdekar said that in second significant decision, another committee will be setup under the chairmanship of Deputy Chief Minister of Telangana Shri Kadiyam Srihari to suggest and strengthen the teacher’s in-service training. Eminent educationist and senior official will also be part of this committee. Both committees will submit their reports within three months. Education Ministers of six states and education secretaries of the states also participated in today’s annual meeting of NCERT.
HRD Minister was happy to announce that Government has received overwhelming response to reduce the burden of NCERT syllabus. 15000 suggestions have been received till date while Government is expecting more than 1 Lakh responses by the end of this month.
Shri Javadekar further said that all the education Ministers have welcomed the decision of Central Government to formulate a Integrated Scheme on School Education by subsuming Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA), Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (RMSA) and Teacher Education (TE).