Shikshak Parv 2022-23 Celebrations Guidelines, Activities, Schedule

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CBSE Circular: Shikshak Parv 2022-23 Celebrations Guidelines, Activities, Schedule, and Registration Details

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Shikshak Parv: Celebration of Shikshak Parv (Teacher’s Day) 05th September 2022 onwards

The Ministry of Education is organizing “Shikshak Parv” on the theme of National Education Policy, 2020 for Principals, Teachers, parents, students, schools, HEIs, TEIs, government school education functionaries, educationists, CSOs, etc.

Shikshak Parv 2022-23: As you are aware, every year Shikshak Parv (Teacher’s Day) is celebrated on the 5th September to commemorate the birth anniversary of the former President of India. Dr. S. Radhakrishnan is an accomplished scholar and academic. The idea behind the celebration of Shikshak Parv is to acknowledge the dignity of the teaching profession and the contribution of teachers to nurturing young minds and nation building.

Shikshak Parv 2022 Celebrations Details 

The Ministry of Education, Govt. of India celebrates Shikshak Parv every year during the month of September starting with the celebration of Teachers Day on 5th September. This year, Shikshak Parv is to be celebrated from 5th September onwards for the complete month of September. The following activities are to be undertaken during the Shikshak Parv:

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Shikshak Parv: ‘Innovative Pedagogy’ for teachers

1. Demonstration followed by Interaction on ‘Innovative Pedagogy’ for teachers in every School for one hour on any day between 6th to 30th September 2022. The demonstration session should be based on teaching a selected topic of a selected subject of any grade in an innovative, joyful and engaging manner. The schools are requested to take 4-5 photographs of the session and upload them with a brief write up (not more than 500 words) on the Vidya Amrit Portal i.e.

Senior Students may act as Teachers on 05.09.2022 to Celebrate Shikshak Parv 2022 -23

a. Under Shikshak Parv 2022-23 In every school, some senior students from within the school can be selected by the teachers, to become teachers for the rest of the classes on Teachers’ Day(Shikshak Parv 2022-23 Clebration). Engagement in classes can cover all the curricular areas including arts, physical education, etc.

b. For Shikshak Parv An orientation programme may be conducted by some of the teachers for these senior students on ‘how to engage children in learning in a joyful manner. Every selected student must get at least one period to teach. Efforts should be made to provide opportunities to as many students as possible.

c. The student teachers who receive the best feedback from the children in the classrooms on Shikshak Parv can also be given a certificate of recognition by the school. Feedback may be taken on the student’s performance by the regular teachers on the next day.

d. Teachers may be encouraged on Shikshak Parv 2022-23 to take selfies with the student representatives (as teachers on Teachers Day) and post on Social media with the hashtag #humareyteachersabsaybest

Uploading of Videos on Innovative Pedagogy by the Teachers on Vidya Amrit Portal (15.09.2022 to 31.10.2022)

School Teachers may be requested to upload their videos on innovative pedagogy on the Vidya Amrit Portal. Rating (in the form of stars) will be provided by the viewers on these videos.

CBSE requested to all schools disseminate the above information among students and teachers of your school and encourage them to participate in the above activities during Shikshak Parv

Vidya Amrit Micro Improvement – Innovative Pedagogy Competition

What is Micro Improvement?

It is a collection of small steps that lead to the desired improvement in learning outcomes. Short-term objectives are broken down into manageable action steps called micro-improvements. These small steps have the potential to make significant and lasting changes in the teaching-learning and evaluation process.

Why Micro Improvement – Innovative Pedagogy?

In line with NDEAR’s ‘learn-do-practice’, the primary objective of micro-reforms is to make the improvement process easy, simple, and achievable for every teacher and leader in the education system.

One of the key recommendations of the NEP 2020 is to promote innovation in all areas of education. With learning and innovation skills being highly recognized in the 21st century, it is imperative that the school environment provides opportunities for teachers and teacher-educators to innovate. To encourage students to think out of the box, teachers first need to move away from the traditional classroom setting. They need to think outside the box and textbooks.

The Shiksha Parv is being celebrated by the Ministry of Education from 6th-30th September to recognize the contributions of teachers and to take New Education Policy (NEP) 2020 a step forward.

The primary objective/aim of the Innovative Pedagogy Competition 2022-23 is to acknowledge teachers who have already stepped out of their comfort zone and used innovative pedagogical practices. The goal is also to inspire and motivate other teachers to start innovating. “To make a meaningful change in the way we work, don’t start with a giant challenge. Start small”.

Shikshak Parv Competition 2022-23 Step by step Process

There are broadly 5 stages in this Shikshak Parv 2022-23 competition:

  • Register
  • Engage
  • Document
  • Evaluate
  • Celebrate

 5 Stages in Shiksha Parv 2022-23 Details 

Activities: All States/UTs will prepare a project titled “Innovative Pedagogy” for micro reforms.

Participants: Teachers and teacher educators will be allowed to contribute.

Beneficiaries Details: Teacher and Teacher Teacher
Mandatory Update Profile with pre-requisite details.


  1. Video Submissions = 2 weeks
  2. Submission outreach at State Level = 1 month
  3. State Level Review = 2 Weeks
  4. Central Review = 2 weeks


Pre-outreach: The outreach will focus on registration
and the primary goal is to create awareness to increase participation.

Ongoing Outreach: Outreach that will focus on the duration
the program is run so that users can rate submissions.


Submissions: Submissions must be made in video format (maximum size 50 MB, no more than 5 min.

Evidence (optional): Evidence supporting a micro-improvement the project can be submitted in either video (MP4) or document (PDF) format.

Accessibility: The micro improvement project can only be accessed through the mobile application via

i. Project Tile
ii. Link
iii. QR Code

Evaluation: Each State shall constitute a State Evaluation Committee for State level evaluation and a Central Evaluation Committee for evaluation of final entries. The evaluation process will be done at 3 levels.

1St Level Review: Each State Evaluation Committee reviews the submissions and publishes the qualified content on DIKSHA.

2nd Level Review: Extensive outreach of the qualified content is done for a month. The top 3 submissions are selected from the top 15 star-rated content and are sent to the Central Evaluation Committee.

3rd Level Review: The Central Evaluation Committee selects the top 10 entries from the entries submitted by the states.

Submissions to be evaluated on the following parameters

• Relevance
• Creativity
• Transferability
• Involvement
• Impact

The top 10 contributions are to be acknowledged and awarded.

CBSE Also issued an official Circular regarding Shikshak Parv 2022-23

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