Performance of HRDC

It is noted with great satisfaction that Human Resource Development Centre organized 5238 programmes by January 1999 compared to 41. by April 1988. Upto January 1999, more than one lakh forty seven thousand teachers have participated in these prorammes.The analysis of the feedback shows that these programmes have been very useful.

The HRDC are expected to provide the teachers an understanding about the environment in which they are working. They sensitize teachers about the students expectations and perceptions. These teachers are the future managers of the education enterprise. Therefore, they must develop an insight into the dynamics of working in the educational system. They inculcate appropriate teaching and research skills among the teachers. The teacher gets an opportunity to interact, reflect and introspect about the social expectations and their own roles in meeting these expectations.