CIIL 10 Months Teachers Training | Central Institute of Indian Languages

CIIL 10 Months Teachers Training | Central Institute of Indian Languages. CIIL Central Institute of Indian Languages Training Program for Teachers in Lang Education. Deputation of Teachers to Ten Months Training Programme in Language Education for the academic year 2015-16 - Guidelines. The Central Institute of Indian Languages has established seven Regional Language Centres which have, over the years offered language training Programmes for School Teachers.These CIIL Centres offer Full Time Diploma Course in Language Education which will be conducted for 10 months from July 2015 to April 2016. It involves Second language learning and training in language analysis and language pedagogy: Stay at the Centres is an essential requirement for this course for trainees. The total intake for this annual programme is 550.

CIIL 10 Months Teachers Training | Central Institute of Indian Languages

Present Schedule: Applications should reach CIIL on or before 15th April 2015.
  1. The training programme enables one to gain mastery of a Modern Indian Language [included in the VIII schedule] as a second language and develop insights into linguistic analysis and language pedagogy. After the completion of the training programme, you are expected to teach the language you have learnt as a third language. Thus, you contribute to the Three Language Formula as implemented by the State in which you live. You also become eligible to attend Refresher Courses in the language learnt during training.
  2. The Regional Language Centres are located in big cities in seven different states. The members of the academic staff at the Centres are trained in applied linguistics. They have a rich experience of second language teaching including curriculum development, preparation and evaluation of textbooks, testing, and translation. They provide training to the teachers in the teaching-learning of language, language and culture, bilingualism, translation and other areas related to language education. Most Centres have adequate facilities for modern language teaching with a well-equipped language laboratory. All the Centres have a library with several thousand books and a good number of journals and newspapers. The libraries contain a wide range of books in English and other languages on literature and social sciences, besides dictionaries, reference books and other general books in applied linguistics, grammar, translation and other aspects of language studies. You can cultivate your reading abilities in the language you learn and fulfill your interests in other topics related to language, literature, criticism, social sciences and language teaching.
CIIL Central Institute of Indian Languages Training Program for Teachers in Lang Education

ELIGIBILITY AND QUALIFICATIONS for CIIL Training:
  1. 1. The applicants should not have any previous knowledge in the language applied for and should not have been trained in any of the languages of RLCs.
  2. The seats are reserved for teachers serving as on date in Government/fully Government aided/Government recognized school with three years of teaching experience in a High School (6th to 10th). The teacher must have a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent. Preference will be given to those with a B.Ed degree. He/She must be below 45 years of age as on 1st June, 2015. Other things being equal preference will be given to teachers who teach languages.
  3. 2. You should preferably be permanent; if you are temporary, you must produce a certificate that you are likely to continue in the same position.
  4. 3. You are not eligible to apply for the language training course, if you have earlier undergone the 10 month language-training program in any of our Centres or have discontinued or have been terminated from the Regional Language Centres.
  5. 4. You are eligible to learn any of the languages listed in the table, provided you do not have any formal degree or informal knowledge in the language.
  6. 5. You should make a right choice of the language you want to learn as you cannot change your language after joining the course.
EMOLUMENTS:
(a) The selected teachers from Government/Fully Government aided schools will be paid their salaries based on the Last Pay Certificate sent by their respective Drawing and Disbursing Officers duly countersigned by the Inspector of Schools/DEO to the concerned Principals of the Regional Language Centers.

STIPEND:
In addition to the salary, all teacher trainees will also be paid a stipend of `.800/- (Rupees eight hundred only) per month during the training period.

TA/DA:
The selected trainees will be paid TA/DA for their onward and return journey and during Language Environment Tour as per rules.

INCENTIVES
Incentives for teachers: After the successful completion of the course, the trained teachers would be eligible for payment of cash allowance of `.70/- (Rupees seventy only) per month if they teach the language for a minimum of three periods in a week and a minimum number of 10 students in their respective institutions for at least one academic year.

HOSTEL:
Hostel facilities are available for teacher trainees.

HOW TO ENSURE ADMISSION WITH FULL BENEFITS:
  1. i. Teachers must download and send their application in the prescribed form which is available in the Institute’s website : www.ciil.org along with a crossed demand draft for `.150/- through proper channel duly certified and recommended by the Headmaster of the school, the Inspector of Schools or other higher authority such as DEO or the Director of Education. Demand Draft should be drawn in favour of ‘The Director, Central Institute of Indian Languages’, payable at Mysore.
  2. ii. There is a provision of reservation for SC, ST, OBC and differently abled candidates, as per rules. You avail this facility, if applicable in your case.
  3. iii. You must produce your last pay certificate (LPC) indicating all details related to basic pay, scale of pay, DA, ADA, HRA, CCA, date of increment etc., duly signed by a Gazetted Officer declared as DDO and counter signed by Inspector of Schools/DEO. You also get the increment, if it falls during the period of training. A copy of the pay fixation order to the present scale is to be attached with the LPC. Service book to be sent for verification.
  4. iv. The Centres do not pay employer’s contribution under the scheme of Contributory Fund. You must make necessary arrangement for this. However, if any deductions are being made from your salary and they are mentioned in your last pay certificate, they can be recovered and passed on to your parent institution during the period of training.
  5. v. It would be advisable to obtain a certificate of fitness from a Medical Officer stating that you are physically fit and can sustain food and other conditions in the place of training. This may be sent along with the application form.

TRAVELS TO THE CENTRE:
  • i. After you are relieved from your duty in place of work, you must take minimum time to travel to the Regional Language Centre by the shortest route either by rail or by bus, if your place is not connected by rail.
  • ii. A Direct II Sleeper Class railway fare or actual bus fare will be reimbursed. No Deluxe/AC buses are admissible for journey.
  • iii. Road mileage at Rs.4/- per km will be paid limited to a maximum of Rs.50/- for the journey from school to the Bus Stand or nearest Railway Station.
  • iv. DA @ Rs.75/- per day will be paid to you for the period of journey as per rules.
  • v. You must retain the receipts/ticket number etc, for claiming the reimbursement of your expenditure on journey.
  • vi. You are expected to reach the Centre on the day prescribed for the beginning of the course. However, the Principal has the discretion to grant permission of reporting late up to 7 days.

TRAINING PROGRAMME AT THE CENTRES:
  • The full time Diploma course includes: Basic course- 14 weeks (420 clock hours), Intermediate course- 12 weeks (360 clock hours) and Advanced course- 12 weeks (360 clock hours). It involves instruction in the particular language and language studies [linguistic analysis, language pedagogy, translation etc.].
  • ii. There is 6 hours of instruction on each working day. Periodical tests and final examination (at the end of each term) are conducted. It is essential to secure 60% pass marks to avail all the benefits associated with the training.
  • iii. Generally, the instructional materials prepared and used by the Centres are provided to the trainees.
  • iv. If the training is terminated before the completion of course, the entire money spent on you will be repayable.
  • v. All the trainees are required to go on a two-week Language Environment Tour. This provides an intensive natural language environment for improvement of speaking, listening and understanding skills and direct interaction with the people and their social customs, beliefs and culture.
  • vi. A mid-term vacation of 15 days is given on the completion of Basic course. The duration may be reduced or abolished in exceptional circumstances. It is not permissible to prefix or suffix casual leave or any other kind of leave with the vacation period.
  • vii. 10 days Casual Leave will be admissible during the training period but not exceeding 5 days at a time. If any other leave is availed, as per Government of India leave rules, no salary and stipend will be admissible for such period.
  • viii. During the training period, you are not permitted to undertake any other course/examination.
  • ix. You can not withdraw from the training except in exceptional cases. Request for relief on personal grounds may be considered on recovery of salary, stipend, TA/DA etc paid to you.
  • x. You are expected to be present in the classes and observe the rules and regulations of the Centre.
  • xi. You will be governed by the discipline and conduct rules of the Govt. of India during the period of training.
  • xii. You are expected to secure the minimum pass marks in your assignments and examinations. In case of failures in Basic Course Examination/Intermediate Course Examination, the failed Trainee will be given a chance to appear for re-examination. If the Trainee fails again, he will be relieved from the Training.
  • xiii. The Director is the final authority on all matters related to admission including the allotment of language. The Director may terminate your training in case of absence without permission, poor performance in study or any other misconduct. He may order recovery of cost incurred in such cases.

STAY AT THE HOSTEL:
  • a. The trainee cannot stay in the Hostel with his/her family members.
  • b. A mess deposit as specified by the Principal is payable at the beginning of training. The deposit is refundable after adjusting expenses due to damage or any loss during the training period.
  • c. A Contractor or the Regional Language Centres may run the hostel mess or it may be run on cooperative basis with the help of the representatives of the trainees under the guidance of the Warden/Principal. You may pay the mess charges directly or the Principal may deduct them at the time of making payment of monthly stipend.

BENEFITS OF THE TRAINING PROGRAMME:
  1. i. After the completion of the training programme, as a teacher you are expected to teach the languages you have learnt at the Centres. There is a provision for teaching these languages as a third language in some schools of the state. You will be posted in such schools if you teach a language for a minimum of three periods a week to at least to ten students for one academic year, you are entitled to get Rs 70/- per month as the Cash Allowance. The relevant information about claiming allowance is available on request with the Principal of the Centre.
  2. ii. You have some post-training benefits that include Refresher Courses, National Integration Camps along with your students in the native environment of the languages concerned, Contact programme and the establishment of Book corners in schools in different states are other benefits.
  3. iii. The language training programme helps you to improve your communication skills, develop modern methods of teaching language(s) and other subjects and increase your competence in language, literature and culture.
  4. iv. The course provides you an opportunity to interact with people from different parts of the country with diverse backgrounds and develop your personality.

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