Fellowship program

Industry Type : NGOs Jobs
Job Location : Assam,Chhattisgarh,Jammu and Kashmir
Deadline: 2024-05-17

Job Description

Rupantar REC fellowship Program

Position : Fellowship program

Location: Silchar (Assam)/ Raipur (Chhattisgarh) / Jammu

Summary of the Rupantar REC fellowship program:

This is a joint and co-branded fellowship program which is being introduced by REC Limited and Sri Aurobindo Society, under Rupantar. As a fellow in the Rupantar REC fellowship program at Sri Aurobindo Society, you will have the opportunity to engage in a dynamic and transformative learning experience. You will be part of a fellowship programme that aims to foster personal growth, leadership development, and social impact. As a fellow, you will contribute to the society’s mission and projects while gaining valuable skills, knowledge, and experiences. This is a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the teachings of Sri Aurobindo and the principles of integral education.

About Sri Aurobindo Society: The Sri Aurobindo Society is a spiritual, cultural, and educational organization dedicated to the teachings and vision of Sri Aurobindo and his spiritual collaborator, The Mother (Mirra Alfassa). Sri Aurobindo (1872-1950) was an Indian philosopher, yogi, poet, and nationalist who played a significant role in India's struggle for independence from British rule. The Mother (1878-1973) was a French-born spiritual leader who became Sri Aurobindo's spiritual collaborator and later established the Sri Aurobindo Ashram in Puducherry, India.

 The Sri Aurobindo Society was founded in 1960 with the aim of promoting Sri Aurobindo's vision of integral yoga, which seeks to integrate all aspects of life—physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual—into a harmonious whole. The society seeks to achieve a spiritual transformation of the individual and society, combining spiritual practices with practical work in various fields like education, health, art, and agriculture.

 Fellows Responsibilities

 Project Engagement:

Collaborate with the project team to contribute to the planning and implementation of programmes of Rupantar within your fellowship programme.

Carry out assigned tasks, research, and analysis to support project objectives.

Actively participate in project meetings, workshops, and discussions, sharing insights and ideas.

Carry out successful implementation of Auroscholar, Competency-Based education, Auro PBL and project inclusion programmes and inspire Schools to become Role Model Schools.

Learning and Development:

Engage in personal and professional development activities offered through the fellowship programme.

To develop a deeper understanding of all the programmes and the curriculum offered by SAS to the states

Visiting classrooms to implement, observe and provide feedback on all the SAS programmes.

Maintain resources, student outcomes, and teacher feedback and involvement and ensure that they align with set goals.

Advising teachers, students, and parents on the effective use of the programmes in school

Research and Analysis:

Prepare reports, presentations, and other deliverables based on your visits and findings.

Collaboration and Networking:

Collaborate with other fellows, mentors, and experts within the fellowship programme.

Actively engage in networking opportunities, fostering connections with individuals and organizations aligned with the Society's mission.

Participate in group discussions, knowledge sharing, and peer learning activities.

Documentation and Reporting:

Maintain accurate records of program activities, progress, and outcomes.

Prepare regular reports and updates on SAS programmes status, achievements, and challenges.

Contribute to the documentation and dissemination of SAS programmes results and lessons learned.

What may be the outcome of your fellowship?

Pedagogical Knowledge: Gain a deep understanding of pedagogical theories, principles, and practices related to teaching and learning in diverse educational contexts.

Subject Matter Expertise: Develop a comprehensive understanding of the specific subjects being taught, including knowledge of curriculum content, instructional strategies, and assessment methods.

Classroom Management: Acquire skills in creating and maintaining an effective and inclusive classroom environment, managing student behavior, and promoting positive learning experiences. Learn to adapt teaching strategies.

Assessment and Evaluation: Develop expertise in designing and implementing assessments, analyzing student performance data, and using assessment results to inform instructional decision-making and support student learning.

Educational Technology Integration: Explore and utilize various educational technologies to enhance teaching and learning experiences, promote digital literacy, and effectively integrate technology into the classroom.

Reflective Practice: Cultivate the ability to critically reflect on teaching practices, analyze their impact on student learning, and make continuous improvements based on feedback and professional development opportunities.

Collaborative Skills: Foster collaboration and teamwork abilities by engaging with colleagues, parents, and community members to support student learning and well-being.

Understanding of Education Policies and Ethics: Develop an awareness of educational policies, legal frameworks, and ethical considerations relevant to the teaching profession.

Leadership and Advocacy: Enhance leadership skills and develop the ability to advocate for equitable and inclusive educational practices, policies, and resources.

These learning outcomes aim to prepare B.Ed. fellows to become effective and knowledgeable educators who can positively impact students' lives and contribute to the field of education.

 Other benefits:

Certificate/ Recommendation letter on exemplary participation in the program.

Possibility of future association for various projects of Sri Aurobindo Society.

Who can Apply:

A bachelor's degree in education or two-year diploma in Elementary Education or a four-year degree course in elementary education (Completed/appearing)

Demonstrated interest and commitment to personal growth, social change, and the principles of integral education.

Strong communication and interpersonal skills.

Ability to work effectively in a team and collaborate with diverse stakeholders.

Research and analytical skills, with the ability to gather and interpret information.

Strong organizational and time management abilities.

Our Office: Sri Aurobindo Campus, Shaheed Jeet Singh Marg, Hauz Khas, New Delhi          

  Duration: 1 year

 Stipend: Rs. 10,000/- per month

 Location: States and Union Territories in which fellowship program is running




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