Volume : 5, Issue : 7, JUL 2019

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES OF CAPACITY BUILDING PROGRAMMES

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Abstract

This paper focuses on exploring the concept of capacity building programmes .These trainings programmes aims to enable teachers to internalize the importance of continual in-service training to regulate update of their knowledge and skills of the teachers and to get an insight into the parameters of quality assurance in training .The main objective of these training programmes are social, academic and cognitive development of students.

Keywords

CBP (CAPACITY BUILDING PROGRAMMES), QPI (QUALITATIVE PERFORMANCE INDEX).

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