TEACHERS TRAINING PROGRAMME

Jindal Institute of Behavioural Sciences, a value-based research institute of O.P. Jindal Global University regularly organizes Teacher Training Programs (TTPs) at national and international level for school principals, teachers, parents, students, and career counselors on various behavioural and psychological areas such as performance enhancement, excellence in life, best teaching practices, stress management, emotional intelligence, among others. Our efforts to serve the nation builders is manifested in interdisciplinary, evidence-based Teachers Training Programs (TTPs). The outreach is implemented with a purpose to equip the school educators from the underserved and weaker sections of the society and beyond. We thus instil 21st-century skills and promote holistic wellbeing through a growth mindset. Our research-informed programs help educators sharpen their teaching skills and augment subject matter expertise. These programs cater to improved quality education and align with United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)-4. Thus far, JIBS and its team of researchers have trained more than 219,676 teachers and school administrators in more than 7,982 schools across 25 countries. This includes training to more than a hundred thousand teachers in 28 states and union territories in India.

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Participants in TTPs, School Talks, and Others (2014-March 2020)
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Participants trained (2014- March 2020)
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Participants trained in Conferences, Events, Talks, and Others (1 April 2020- 30 June 2023)
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Participants in Parents Meet (2017-30 June 2023)

Training Topics

JIBS regularly organizes Teacher Training Programs at national and international level for school principals, teachers, parents, students, and career counselors on various behavioural and psychological areas such as on performance enhancement, excellence in life, best teaching practices, stress management, emotional intelligence and their management, as listed below.