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  1. Mentor Training: Orientation – Session 1 Sandhya Kode Director, Training & Development Chief Mentor CIT

  2. Agenda • What is CIT? • Vision • Culture • Core Values • One Day at CIT– inside a classroom • Mentor Training calendar CIT

  3. What is CIT? • Vision To enhance the quality of education in engineering colleges. “To setup a teacher training program which will provide training to mentors who will train and mentor 12,000+ students per year in engineering colleges to be industry-ready” CIT

  4. The Culture • Reinforce Core Values • Integrity • Respect for all • Care for Environment • Teaming for Excellence • Taking Ownership • Embrace the learning methodology CIT

  5. Core Values reinforced • Integrity • Truthfulness • Honesty • Fairness • Doing the right thing even under difficult circumstances • Doing what you think, and said you would do! CIT

  6. Honesty A few scenarios.. CIT

  7. Scenario 1 • Suppose you are traveling in an auto and the meter reading shows Rs. 60. You paid the driver Rs. 100 and in return he gave you back Rs. 60. What would you do? Do you think that it is his mistake and just keep Rs. 60? CIT

  8. 60 Honesty Paid Rs 100 to Auto driver Meter shows Rs 60 What you will do? But the auto driver gave back Rs 60 CIT

  9. Scenario 2 • Suppose you are playing cricket match and you are last batsman. In one delivery, ball has nicked the bat slightly and wicket keeper caught it and nobody appealed. You know that you are actually out. • What would you do? CIT

  10. Last batsman It touched my bat !! What should I do? No appeal CIT

  11. Scenario 3 • Suppose we want to get into an environment in the institute wherein there are no invigilators for the exams • do you think this is possible, if so, how do we do it? CIT

  12. Core Values reinforced.. • Respect for all • Treat everyone with dignity • Treat others as we expect others to treat us • Respect for all CIT

  13. Respect for all Doctor Inspector Engineer Professor Sweeper People Pilot CIT

  14. Core Values reinforced • Care for Environment • Understand our responsibilities • Care for nature and environment • Be responsible citizens CIT

  15. Taking care of environment CIT

  16. One day at CITfor a Mentor trainee CIT

  17. One Day at CIT • 5:45 am – wake up • 6:00 am to 7:00 am – physical training • 7:00 am to 8:00 am – bath & breakfast CIT

  18. Session 18am to 12:30pm CIT

  19. One Day at CIT • 8:00 am to 10:15 am • 10:15 am to 10:30am Break • 10:30 am to 12:30 pm CIT

  20. Lunch12:30 pm to 1:30 pm CIT

  21. Session 21:30 pm to 5:30 pm CIT

  22. One Day at CIT • 1:30 pm to 5:30 pm – IT • 5:30 pm to 6:30pm – Sports • 6:30 pm to 7:30pm – Soft Skills CIT

  23. Dinnerat7:30pm CIT

  24. One Day at CIT Soft Skills, Operational Procedures+ Soft Skill Activities Book Reading Watching Videos CIT

  25. Training Calendar for Mentors(12 weeks) • Orientation (3 days) • Computational thinking (1 week) • Linux (1 week) • Java (2 weeks) • Data Structures (4 weeks) • IT Workshop and Soft Skills (spread over 8 weeks) • Art of Mentoring (spread over 8 weeks) • Operational Procedures, Sys Admin (2 weeks) • Continuous Assessment and course-wise assessment CIT