The program, School innovation ambassador training program (SATP) launched on16 July is a joint effort of ministry of the union education ministry and tribal affair ministry. Education minister Dharmendra Pradhan and Tribal minister Arjun Munda together announced the scheme for training 50,000 school teacher. “The teachers are the biggest influence in our lives. We aim to make our teachers, change agents, and ambassadors of innovation to make our students future-ready,” said education minister Dharmendra Pradhan on the launch of program. Further Tribal Affair minister Ashok Munda highlighted how it will be helping students in tribal area and broaden their perspective with will enhance the creativity.
The scheme will be implemented from 20 July. the ultimate aim of the program is to bring innovative changes for the benefit of both student and teachers. The program will benefit CBSE affiliated school including government schools like – kendriya Vidyalaya, Eklavya Residential model school and other school. The training will be divided into 5 subjective parts which include:
• Intellectual property rights
• Product development
• Design thinking
• Idea generation
The training will be of a duration of 2 months and it will be conducted online. The implementation of such schemes is effective in overall development of education system not only for students but, teachers who are considered an important pillar of education system.
Above all The Indian education system which is continuously trying to evolve and implement new changes can succeed by such programs.