Institution at a Glance
The uniformity in the operation of Dietas well as autonomy could bepersist so the MHRD, Government of India in November, 1989 published a Pink book which has been recognized as a guidebook.On the basis of‘Pink- Book’ the pre-service and in-service teacher trainings areorganizing and planning framework is determined in India.
The Aims of DIET:
· To serve as an educational reference organization for the district.
· To organize and conduct in-service teachers and pre-service teacher training programs ensuring good quality at district level.
· To extend monitoring for universalization of qualitative elementary education by providing the necessary academic and reference services.
· To coordinate all the agencies related to primary education at district level.
· Bearing in mind the social and geographical diversity required at District level, ensuring active participation in the education system.
· To conduct various action research as per field interaction to solve educational problems in the educational sector.
· To plan and organize the programs regarding guidance - content development, evaluation, feedback, follow up etc.at the primary level.
· To promote Child-centered teaching, activity-based learning, joyful learning, creative learning and cooperative learning at primary and upper primary level.
In order to ensure effective teaching; developing frugal(cost- effective) teaching aids and audio- visual contents as well as providing training how to make effective use of this material.
The DIET have been set to meet the above objectivesas follows:
v PRE-SERVICE TRAINING: to prepare teachers for the school system.
v IN-SERVICE TRAINING:to improve capacity of existing school teachers.