Inviting suggestions on the draft Bluebook on Mentoring

Inviting suggestions on the draft Bluebook on Mentoring
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Nov 12, 2021
Last Date :
Dec 03, 2021
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A National Mission on Mentoring (NMM) offers individuals to engage in the processes of learning under an experienced professional. To accomplish this goal a large pool of senior/ ...

A National Mission on Mentoring (NMM) offers individuals to engage in the processes of learning under an experienced professional. To accomplish this goal a large pool of senior/ retired faculty can be selected as potential mentors for mentees. The selected mentors would be utilized for the specific purpose of mentoring students, teachers and school leaders. This would provide an opportunity to network with experts, engage in forums to exchange 'earnings, best practices and disseminate findings across various domains.

A structure of mentoring, therefore, offers a solution to address the existing gaps in decentralized manner. To regulate the functioning of NMM at each level of education structure, different stakeholders/ actors interact with each other to achieve a common goal towards improving the acquisition and transfer of knowledge, skills and mindsets. The main objective is to improve school education system through enhanced leadership in education. This can be achieved through the incorporation of large scale, decentralized technology assisted mentoring structure at different level of education system.

In this regard, a draft document on NMM titled as "Bluebook on Mentoring" has been placed in public domain on 03.11.2021, as a set of guidelines towards creation of a document and platform for National Mission for Mentoring.

NCTE invites inputs, suggestions and feedback on the draft document "Bluebook on Mentoring" from all stakeholders.

Click here to read "Bluebook on Mentoring"

The last date to receive suggestions/inputs is 03/12/2021

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Rajiv Ranjan Kumar 8 months 1 week ago

Kautiya's Arthshastra is a unique book on politics and public administration. This book should include in syllabus because Bharat was very rich and powerful nation in the world at the time of Maurya period. Acharya Chanakya or Vishnu Gupt was an incredible mentor. We should learn a lot from his book. He trained a boy and made him king of complete India. He brought 560 states under one flag of Bharat.

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Rajiv Ranjan Kumar 8 months 1 week ago

All the secret of nature is hidden in this book. These books are great sources of knowledge. There is need to include these books in education along with modern education system. Bhagwat Geeta is great sources of knowledge and it make a perfect man. Perfect man means a balanced human being with all human qualities like, love, compassion, pity, forgiveness, ability to balance emotion and wisdom and do for wellness of society. Earn without violating other's right...

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Rajiv Ranjan Kumar 8 months 1 week ago

They had insanely deep and detail study of nature, nature's law, origin of universe, and almost every thing exist in this universe. For a long time the Guru used to educate their students vocally and later Ved Vyas and other maharshi' wrote these valuable knowledge and information on the bhojpatra, skin of trees etc. These books are know as four Vedas (Rig Veda, Yajur Veda, Athar Veda, and Sham Veda), Eighteen Puranas, 113 Upnishad, Ramayan, Mahabharata (know as fifth Veda) and lot more books...

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Rajiv Ranjan Kumar 8 months 1 week ago

Blue Book for mentoring is one of the good idea by present government. I would like to suggest government or authority to recall our culture and the mode of education in the ancient time when our nation used to called golden bird.
We are most ancient civilization on the planet. We have been taught other nation from thousands of year. We had been very rich culture of education. Our Maharshi, Rishi, Muni and saints were actually very learned person. They were scientist, writer, poet together...

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BarkhaRaniTonk 8 months 1 week ago

Dear Sir, Greetings of the day
Consider all those unsung mentors of all age groups; who have contributed for lower socioeconomic peoples- to upgrade their basic needs of life, and still contributing in their field; does not matter they are formally qualified or not; write 10 to 15 lines in the book about them with an example of their work, it will encourage all others of all economic strata and age groups.

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VIKASH KUMAR 8 months 1 week ago

Sir, the Simon's Principle is applicable for mentoring. The theoretical knowledge may be useless while working in the field. There are different principles for single work. For examples, "Look before you leap" and "One who hesitates is lost", are two just opposite principles to work in the field. But which one is applicable in a particular situation, it will be decided by the Officer working in the filed, not by an expert sitting in a closed chamber. That is applicable for mentoring.

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VIKASH KUMAR 8 months 1 week ago

Sir, Mentoring requires practical expertise & knowledge in the relevant field. For examples, the Judges & Advocates have practical expertise of trail but they have no practical experience of field investigation. So, Judges & Advocates may be mentors for trial proceedings but not for field investigation. Until a person have practical expertise of working in an specific area, he/she cannot be a mentor for that area of work. The same principle is applicable in all areas of works & mentoring.

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yogendra singh 8 months 1 week ago

प्रधान मंत्री मुदा योजना नहीं दिया जा रहा है एवं awasha योजनाःमे भी नाम नही जोडा गया श्री मान जी से अनुरोध है इस गरीब पर ध्यान एवं गौर किया जाए। धन्यवाद आपका आभारी योगेन्द सिंह पन्ना म प्र