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Tata Education Excellence annual awards function on May 1

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Jamshedpur, April 29: The Tata Steel Education Excellence Annual award function will be held at Fasy Auditorium, Loyola School on 1st May 2017.

T V Narendran, MD, Tata Steel, India and South East Asia will grace the occasion as the Chief Guest. The TEEP award function will celebrate the achievements of schools that have participated in Tata Education Excellence Programme (TEEP) 2015 & 2016

Under the Education Excellence Programme, schools are recognized under various categories of awards.

In the regular program participating schools are assessed by a team of 5-6 assessors led by Principals and include teachers. The assessment is done on a 1000-point scale.

The Basic Program is a simpler checklist version of the regular assessment, is for schools that have just embarked on their education excellence journey. A compliance score of 90 percent allows the school to qualify for the regular programme. 11 schools participated in Basic program in 2016.

In the Saral Program the TEEP successfully expanded its reach to rural, Government and Hindi-Medium through the Saral programme. The focus is on infrastructure requirements and base processes.

Schools that achieve a threshold score, are eligible to participate in the Basic Program. A total of 21 schools have participated in Saral this year. TEEP SARAL has helped standardise their processes and achieve a minimum level of maturity by following a structured framework to identify the gaps, align processes and develop a system for more focused growth.

TEEP encourages engagement of teachers and students in picking up areas for improvement and working towards making a difference. These are documented as projects.

All such improvement and innovation projects submitted by schools are shortlisted and evaluated by a designated jury. The best stories demonstrating high level of excellence are recognised at the annual TEEP awards function.

TEEP was introduced in the year 2003, as a tool to enable schools improve the �quality of education� and create a culture of excellence to nurture the �citizens of tomorrow.�

Over 50 schools (touching 2500+ teachers & 100,000+ students) of Jamshedpur and nearby outstations have been regularly participating in TEEP.

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