Andhra Pradesh to introduce new books with revised syllabus

Hyderabad, August 2: The State Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT) invited applications from textbook writers as part of its proposed reforms in School Education. The State has taken up curricular reforms and the State Curriculum Frame Work and Position Papers, Syllabus etc., are being developed. It is  proposed to develop new textbooks for Primary and Upper Primary / High Schools in all school subjects based on the State Curriculum Frame Work and revised syllabus.

In this regard the SCERT is looking for committed professional teachers and teacher educators who are willing to take up the work of textbook writing for Primary and Secondary Level subjects. Adequate exposure and training will be given for the capacity building of the textbook writers and drawing teachers/ illustrators. What is required among the professionals to work as textbook writers and drawing teachers is professional interest to learn, read books and reference material and develop themselves to contribute for the development of effective learning material like textbooks and other material.

Interested teachers, professionals writers can send in their applications to
The Director, SCERT, Opp. L.B.Stadium
E-gate, Basheerbagh, Hyderabad – 500001.
e-mail Address: apscert@yahoo.com.

The detailed information about this offer is also available in the SCERT Website – apscert.org.

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  1. sathish

    in history indias greatness should be explained but not to make the students mug up some dates telling the science behind our tradition and culture to children in order to save our culture in social laws should be learnt by students which are silly but of utmost impoirtance in order that students can fight against corruption importance of some ayurvedic medicines should be taught to students and related web adresses should be at last of lesson examination pattern should be changed to international standards

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