Summer Camps For Government Teachers 2024 During Vacation

The PMIU PESRP/School Education Department Punjab released a statement regarding ” Nomination Of Teachers For Learning Camps On FLN During Summer Vacation 2024″ and directing all Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) of Bahawalpur, D.G Khan, Rahim Yar Khan, Muzaffarnagar and Mianwali to establish a leaning campus during the summer vacation( June to August 2024) to address the serious problems of the poor educational outcomes of students with poor grades.

The summer camps will be held at 1954 shortlisted schools within five districts i.e. Bahawalpur, D.G Khan, Rahim Yar Khan, Muzaffarnagar and Mianwali where dropout rates are very high and students are not enrolled at all. In the event of a final decision, these camps will be offered between 7.00 am until 9.30 am, five days (Monday through Friday) every week.

The camps will be led by the designated teachers from each of the shortlisted schools. The teachers selected will be paid a monthly remuneration for the duration of the training camps. The criteria for enrollment along with the remuneration requirements and guidelines for naming educators for camps in the summer.

Summer Camps For Government Teachers 2024 During Vacation

Enrolment Criteria

  1. The minimum enrolment goal for summer camps of 30 pupils. The Chief Executive Officers, Assistant Education Officers, and Headteachers must ensure that they meet the requirements of Target.
  2. The proportion of participants in OOSC should be at a minimum of 20 percent of the total enrollment at the time of camp (i.e. at least twelve OOSC plus per day)

Check also: School Teacher Training TEA 2024

Remuneration Criteria

  1. All teachers selected at this summer’s camp be paid an amount of 18,000 rupees per month.
  2. Retention premium (PKR 1000/OOSC up to maximum PKR 10,000) for ensuring mainstreaming/enrolment of OOSC from learning camps in regular classes.

Guidelines for Summer Camps For Government Teachers

Summer Camps For Government Teachers During Vacation

Assistant Education Officers (AEOs) will complete the process of naming teachers for the Learning Camps by taking into account the following factors:

  1. At minimum, two teachers will be appointed(1 nominee teacher and one standing by).
  2. In deciding who to nominate, thought should take into account the teacher’ track record, performance as well as attendance.
  3. The teacher must be able to instruct in a learning camp during the summer holidays, which requires working in a non-traditional class environment.
  4. The teacher should be prepared to contact parents and members of the community to advertise the camp and to encourage participation.
  5. The teacher must have an excellent reputation within the community in addition to being aware of local community’s interactions. This can help to build trust in the community and make learning a positive experience.
  6. The teacher must be flexible and able to adapt to the evolving requirements of the camp. This might mean changing teaching methods to meet the needs of pupils.

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