Friday, November 24, 2017

Youth Programme Through External Faculty (1/2 Day)Print


Introduction

Ever increasing demand for petroleum products is putting a fair amount of financial pressure on our national exchequer. Financial burden is even more in the case of products which are heavily subsidized. With increase in our standard of living, use of petroleum products Is registering a high growth and demand for it is outperforming supply to a very large extent.

This is resulting in a heavy import burden. Conservation of these products, therefore, calls for our priority attention. It is expected that in future, energy crunch will increase many fold. It is imperative that we must educate our future citizens, that is our students and youth, about this. With this view PCRA has been conducting youth Programmes for the students and youth for the last few years to reach our future citizens and make them oriented towards energy conservation. Though we are conducting a good number of such programmes, still it is not sufficient in view of the large number of the target group.

Objectives

To reach a large number of the target group, i.e the students and the youth of our country, we propose to engage a number of external faculties to undertake the above job on our behalf.
The faculties are required to conduct a half-day workshop to propagate the awareness of oil conservation among the participants.

 

Scope Of Work & Methodology

1. The faculty should conduct youth programmes in schools, colleges, clubs community centres, youth organizations etc.
2. Faculty should contact the youth organizations, oil companies, schools, colleges and other relevant parties for conducting the workshop and prepare schedule thereof.
3. Agreed schedules shall be prepared and forwarded to officer-in-charge on the job in respective area and any deviation shall have to be informed to him.
4. Faculty should provide skilled professional for conducting the programme and arrange 40 to 50 participants for a programme.
5. The duration of the programme should be 4 hours which will include the following activities:

  • Inauguration
  • Informative speech on efficient use of petroleum and energy
  • Conduct quiz programmes/poster competitions/slogan contests etc.
  • Distribution of PCRA literature
  • Screening of PCRA Video Cassettes
  • Photographs of each programme
  • Providing light refreshment to the participants.
  • Display of banners
  • Prize distribution
  • Submission of monthly progress report in duplicate along with photographs indicating the location, mp. Of participants.
  • Certification from the Head of the institute where the programme is conducted for successful completion of the programme.

6. Not more than one programme to be conducted in a day to provide quality.



Who Can Conduct

  • Retired teacher from recognized school/college
  • Or
  • Retired oil company officer with requisite knowledge & experience
  • Or
  • 15 years of experience in social work from reputed organisation having Graduation degree in any discipline except NGOs.

 

Selection Procedure

CRC should certify the suitability of the faculty and recommend for carrying out the activity based on qualification, experience and interview.

PCRA Support

1. PCRA will organize training for the trainers programmes for the selected faculties and demonstrate procedure for conducting youth programme (schools and colleges). No reimbursement of expenses will be admissible to the individual attending the training programme.
2. PCRA will provide related literature for distribution.