In-Service Teacher Training - An Integral Part of Samagra Shiksha Manipur


  • Usham Rita Research Scholar, Department of Teacher Education, Manipur University, Imphal, India
  • Aribam Dhaneshwari Devi Associate Professor, D. M. College of Teacher Education, Imphal, India


In-service teacher training, Samagra Shiksha


This article provides a perspective on the concept of In-service teachers training and its concept being highlighted in the Educational Commissions and National Policies. This is followed by a descriptive research of in-service teachers training under the centrally sponsored scheme of secondary education (initially Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abiyaan and now coming under Samagra Shiksha). This descriptive research particularly over the past five years (three years under RMSA and two years under Samagra Shiksha) highlights the need and importance of providing in-service teachers training to the secondary teachers in order to ensure that quality of education is brought about. The study revealed some eye –opening facts: need to incentivize the hours spent in in-service teachers training by secondary teachers for professional growth, need for teachers to apply the knowledge received in the training to the classrooms where the real interaction and learning space will be shared with the students and a follow-up of the training programmes.




How to Cite

U. Rita and A. Dhaneshwari Devi, “In-Service Teacher Training - An Integral Part of Samagra Shiksha Manipur”, IJRAMT, vol. 2, no. 7, pp. 148–152, Jul. 2021.