Finishing school for teachers

BANGALORE: Bangalore based training organisation has announced opening of admissions for its Finishing School for Teachers (FST) programme starting from February 15. The FST programme is

Published: 09th January 2012 01:09 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:11 PM   |  A+A-

BANGALORE: Bangalore based training organisation has announced opening of admissions for its Finishing School for Teachers (FST) programme starting from February 15.

The FST programme is designed to help improve the capability of teachers in both subject content and also in the softer aspects of teaching. There are separate programmes for school and pre-university teachers.

The programme is open to young graduates/post-graduates with 0 - 5 years experience aspiring to become  school/pre-university teachers and also open to experienced teachers.

The FST programme will be conducted at BASE, Basavanagudi and is available in two options: intensive three months and five months week-end programme. Placement assistance is

provided to all successful candidates of Finishing School programme.

Admissions will be based on a selection test and interview.  There are limited seats and admissions will be based on a first-cum-first-

served basis.

The various subjects which would be taught in this programme includes physics, chemistry, biology, mathematics, English and social studies.

The duration of the programme is for 300 hours. The methodology includes practical sessions.

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