CCRT Admission Form 2014- 15
CCRT (Centre for Cultural Resources and Training) is a leading institutions working in the area of connecting education with culture which was set up in 1979. CCRT conducts several workshops to give practical knowledge in crafts & training to be included in school prospectus. A variety of art / cultural activities such as music, drama, classical dances, narrative art forms etc. are prepared to create an awareness of the regional variations & richness of cultural expressions of the country. CCRT collects & develops a resources library in the scripts form, audio, digital photographs and video recordings and films with the aim of producing culture oriented educational aids to motivate the art and craft forms of villages of India. Students are advised to read the admission details below…
Name of the Training Programmes Offered:
1. Orientation Course
2. Workshops –
Role of Puppetry in Education
Role of Schools in Conservation of the Natural & cultural Heritage
Socially Useful Productive Work / Work Experience
Our Cultural Diversity
District Resource Person (DRP)
Theatre Arts in Education
3. Refresher Courses for CCRT Trained Teachers
CCRT organizes theme based & theoretical academic programmes on Indian culture & on Indian art for both, teachers & students.
Six major Components of Orientation Course:
1. Theoretical Study of Art and Culture
2. Practical Training in Arts and Crafts
3. Preparation of Educational Aids
4. Educational tours
6. Other Activities
Description of Concepts:-
Theoretical Study of Art and Culture –
Most of the working days of the Orientation course begin with a short session on “Regional Contribution to Indian Culture” through participants which they emphasize the assistance of their State/Union Territory to the compound culture of India.
2. Practical Training in Arts and Crafts –
Study of conventional and theoretical concepts and aesthetics of Indian Art & Culture, Illustrated lectures light on the 5000 years of Indian Art and of its people.
3. Preparation of Educational Aids –
Project work teaches and tests higher cognitive skills, allows for the application of knowledge, gives the students a measure of choice and responsibility for learning and is a great motivator.
4. Educational tours –
During the educational visits, Orientation Training Programme, to museums like – National Museum of Natural History, The National Museum, Crafts Museum, National Science Centre, Nehru Memorial Museum, etc. are conducted.
5. Evaluation –
Assessment is a necessary component of each training programme prearranged by the Centre for Cultural Resources and Training (CCRT). It is included in the programmes at the planning time.
6. Other Activities –
Related activities on important National Days like September 5-Teachers’ Day, September 8-World Literacy Day, December 1-World AIDS Day etc.