Jamshedpur, Feb 20: Tata Business Excellence Group (TBExG), organised a function to recognize Tata Education Excellence Programme (TEEP) Assessors at Golmuri Club. In TEEP, 4 types of assessments are done. A total of 104 assessors were recognised.
Under the Regular program, 9 schools had participated in 2018. Each assessment takes around 6 days, resulting in an assessment report consisting of Strengths, Opportunities for improvement and a score. Each school is assessed by a 5-member team. Over 44 assessors under the Regular program were recognised at the function.
The concept of mentoring was introduced in 2018. Mentors are typically those who have completed 12-13 assessments. They interact with the team at each stage of the assessment and provide guidance to the team. 5 mentors were recognised at the function.
Regular assessments and Dip Checks are done in alternate years such that a school which undergoes Dip Check in the first year, undergoes Regular assessment in the second year and vice versa. 9 schools participated in Dip Check in 2018. Each Dip Check takes around 2 days, resulting in an assessment report with strengths and areas for improvement. Each school is assessed by a 2- 3 member team. Over 23 assessors were recognised at the function.
Under the Basic program, 10 schools had participated in 2018. Each assessment takes around 2 days, resulting in an assessment report with a compliance score. 21 assessors were recognised at the function.
Under the Saral program, 8 schools had participated in 2018. Each assessment takes around 1 day, resulting in an assessment report with a compliance score. 16 assessors were recognised at the function.
N K Sharan, Vice President, TBExG welcomed the audience. Leslie D’Gama, eminent educationist and Master Trainer, from Kolkata, was the Chief Guest. Besides D’Gama, K P G Nair, Chairman, Kerala Samajam Model School & TEEP Executive Committee member and Dipa Sengupta, educator and former Principal, Narbheram Hansraj English School, gave away the certificates.
In his remarks, D’Gama reiterated that teachers have a vital role to play in education.
Earlier in the day, TBExG organised an interactive session between D’Gama and the principals, vice principals & coordinators of various schools at the Centre of Excellence Auditorium. Over 50 participants attended the interactive session.