பள்ளிகளில் Standard Clubs அமைத்தல் - பள்ளிக் கல்வி இணை இயக்குநரின் செயல்முறைகள் - Kalviseithi Official

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பள்ளிகளில் Standard Clubs அமைத்தல் - பள்ளிக் கல்வி இணை இயக்குநரின் செயல்முறைகள்

Proceedings of the Joint Director (NSS), School Education, Chennai - 6

L.Dis. No. 036800/M/S2/2022, Dated. 7 .07.2022.

Sub: School Education - Formation of Standards clubs in high and higher secondary schools Merging with Consumer clubs in schools Instructions to be followed.

- Reg. Ref: Letter from Shri. Promod Kumar Tiwari IAS, Director General, Bureau of Indian Standards, New Delhi, letter No. TNMD/SP/2, Dated.03.06.2022.

With reference to the letter received from the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) the National Standards Body of India, is engaged in the service of nation since 1947, and has been contributing to the nation-building through its activities of Standardization and Conformity Assessment, aimed at creating a robust quality ecosystem in the country which demands a high level of consumer awareness about the quality of products and services and the role standards play in ensuring quality. BIS considers the consumers an important stakeholder and has been striving to educate and empower them through a variety of outreach programmes.

In connection with this, Bureau of Indian Standards organization is ready to set up Standard clubs in all the high and higher secondary schools in Tamilnadu. These Standard clubs will be merged with already existing Consumer clubs in the schools. Therefore, the students of classes 9 and 10 will be involved in the activities scheduled by the BIS. Through Standard clubs students will be able to learn about the importance of standardizing a product and the steps involved in Quality Checking process. Field visits to the Standardising laboratories in the nearby places will also be arranged to the students through which they will acquire knowledge and exposure about the significance of standardizing as well as quality checking. The purpose of the standards clubs is to expose the science students of class 9th onwards to the concepts of Quality and Standardization, as the values children are exposed to in their formative years get embedded in their young minds and serve as a force multiplier that has the capacity to transform the future of the nation. BIS intends to form 1000 Standards clubs in our state and the district wise total number of standards clubs is attached herewith.

A Standard Club consists of a Mentor (a Science teacher nominated by the Head Master/Principal of the school) and a minimum of 15 Student members. The Mentors are provided a 2-day residential training to apprise them of their roles and responsibilities and the skills to conduct student-centric activities based on the themes or Quality and Standardization. BIS provides financial support or Rs 10,000/ per activity for 3 activities in a year to each of the Standards Clubs. In addition, there is also the provision of Laboratory Grant to the institutions having the best-performing Standards Clubs. A copy of the guidelines is enclosed for ready reference. The students can enroll themselves in the website www.bis.gov.in and become the member of the Standards club.

Hence, all the Chief Educational Officers are requested to provide necessary instructions to the Head Masters of all High and Higher Secondary schools in their respective districts to form the Standards clubs and schedule the activities along with the Consumer clubs.

For any clarification or further information in this regard, Shri Chandan Bahl, Head (TNMD) (email: tnmd@bis.gov.in, Mo: 9810420200) may be contacted.

Encl: The district wise total no. of standard clubs targeted.

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