Annexure - III - Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan

Report
WELCOME
TO
PROJECT APPROVAL BOARD, MHRD
15th April 2013
% Literacy Rate (National / Haryana)
Census of India 2011
85.38
78.49
90
 Area in Sq. Kms. 44,212
82.14
76.64
75.26
66.77
% Literacy Rate
80
 Total Population 2,53,53,081
74.04
65.46
 Decadal Population Growth is19.90 %
67.91
70
55.73
60
64.83
 Population Density (per Sq. KM) 573
53.67
50
40
29.2
 Sex Ratio 877 (per 1000 males)
34.4
 Literacy Rate 76.64
30
20
10
12.9
9.2
19.9
24
2011
0
Haryana
India Male
Male
Haryana
Female
1961
2001
2011
Haryana Male
India Male
29.2
78.49
85.38
34.4
75.26
82.14
2001
India
Female
Haryana
Female
9.2
55.73
66.77
1961
Haryana
All
Persons
India Female
12.9
53.67
65.46
India All
Persons
Haryana All
Persons
19.9
67.91
76.64
India All
Persons
24
64.83
74.04
State is steadily moving towards 100% enrolment
Enrollment Ratios
GER
Level
Primary 2012-13
Primary 2011-12
Upper Primary 2012-13
Upper Primary 2011-12
107108
102
99
96
87.2
90.2
85.9
104103
93.3
86.6
79.6 78.3
75.9
82.7
82.5
70.4
56.6
Boys
Girls
GER
Total
Boys
80.9
78.8
74.7
56.1
55.4
Girls
NER
Total
NER
Year
Boys
Girls
Total Boys Girls Total
Primary 2012-13
102
107
104
79.6
82.5
80.9
2011-12
99
108
103
75.9
82.7
78.8
Upper 2012-13
Primary
2011-12
96
90.2
93.3
78.3
70.4
74.7
87.2
85.9
86.6
56.6
55.4
56.1
Initiatives Taken
14 New Primary Schools opened
4 Primary schools upgraded
Posts advertised and test conducted for 595 BRPs, Accountants and
MIS Coordinators
Identification of 119 IED Resource Centers
Enrolment Drive launched
Campaign through Electronic Media & Publicity
Initiatives Taken
7 days Residential Training for 2720 PTIs
Third party evaluation of Civil Work
Bank accounts of all students opened
Separate Teacher cadre for Mewat
Construction of four residential hostels in progress.
House Hold Survey conducted for identification of Out of school children.
Total 125084 out of school children.
Initiatives Taken
9 KGBVs are functional. 27 will be started in rented buildings. The
Construction work for 13 started, tenders allotted for 6 and money
transferred to SMCs for rest 8.
Yoga & Self Defense training for girls.
Synergy of IED,SSA & IEDSS schemes
Convergence with NRHM and Social Justice & Empowerment
Department for CWSN medical checkup
State tried to bring accuracy in its UDISE data
More private schools covered in UDISE
Media Coverage & Publicity
Radio Jingles, Messages and Songs on SSA and RTE
on-air to motivate and sensitize the people
Telecast of “Shiksha ka Haq” songs on TV Channels
Installed hoardings and banners at main and major
places
Celebration of National Days in schools by SMCs
Documentaries on different schemes of RTE SSA on TV
channels
Advertisements through newspapers
Community Awareness
Shiksha ka Haq Abhiyan
• A team of three volunteer of D.Ed. Students visited every school
and meet the students, teacher and community members/SMC,
All schools covered
SMC Training
• Training at CRC in three phases as per recommendation of JRM
• 15014 SMCs covered
• More than 70% female members participated.
• Training material provided
Enrolment Drive- “Parvesh Utsav”
• Parvesh Utsav launched by Hon’ble Chief Minister on 24th March
2013 at Fatehabad followed by Mega Media Campaign
• District administration and community members participated
• Review meeting of all district officers held on 3rd April, 2013
Community Participation
All SMC reconstituted after completion
of 2 years tenure
Social Audit conducted
Innovative Activities
Class Readiness Programme
•
•
•
•
•
To achieve the learning objective and in rich the learning material.
Make aware teachers for basic learning
Capacity building of students, teachers & school administrators.
Make aware the parents about free entitlements of students.
Shiksha Setu provided to all students
An Innovation to Develop Model Blocks as Pilot Project
• Two blocks, Babain (Kurukshetra) and Rajaund (Kaithal) selected
• Baseline Survey of Learning Levels in Hindi, Math and English
(classes 3rd and 5th) conducted in Feb. and March 2013.
• The final report is expected shortly
Use Social Networking
• Facebook page for daily updates
• Facebook page of DPC/BRC and CRC office
• Facebook of school for sharing good practices and comments
www.facebook.com/HSSPP
Parvesh Utsav
Advertisements
Empowerment of Girls Students
Yoga Training
• 3 months Yoga classes
for Girls
• 440 schools from 88
Non-NPEGEL blocks
covered
Self Defense
Training
• 3 months Self Defense
classes in Karate & Martial
Art
• 440 schools from 88 NonNPEGEL blocks covered
Empowerment of Girls Students
Summer Camp
on
life
skill
development
• 955 summer camps of 15
days organized
• 47750 girls benefitted
Excursion Tour
• Educational
cum
excursion tours for girls
under different schemes
• 29900 students
benefitted
Empowerment of Girls Students
Activities for CWSN
Inclusive Education for CWSN
•
•
•
•
Synergy of IED SSA and IEDSS scheme
119 Resource Centres set up in the State
Inputs of both the schemes dovetailed
Convergence with NRHM and Social Justice & Empowerment Department
Trainings under CWSN
• Five days teacher training program on Visual Impairment
• Workshop in collaboration with “SIGHTSAVERS” on teaching of Braille
• Principals and Special Teachers Training
Exposure trips and Summer Camps for CWSN
• 3000 CWSN along with 2000 peers/guardians participated in exposure
trips
• 2975 CWSN along with 1800 peers across the State participated
Medical Camps for CWSN
• 18915 CWSN Benefited, 5961 Children provided Disability certificates,
2553 Children given Railway concession certificate, 462 Children given
Bus passes, 674 Children identified for Corrective surgeries, 104 Children
provided Corrective surgeries and 3029 Children identified for Aids &
Appliances.
Activities for CWSN
Capacity Building
Training for
all 1487
ABRCs
Five days
training
programme
organised of
DEOs, DPCs
etc
Master
trainers
trained at
SCERT on
CCE
7 days
Residential
training of
2720 PTI’s
Training Module Developed
Capacity Building
Research Evaluation & Monitoring
17 researches
in progress by
DIETs with the
help of REAP
at SCERT.
Study on
distribution
and utilization
of Free
Textbooks
and Uniforms.
Another
Studies
conducted
• Impact of Monthly Stipend Scheme (MSS)
• Impact of Midday Meal Scheme (MDM)
• Sample study on Teachers’ Time Utilization (TTU)
Progress in Civil Works 2012-13
S.N. Activity
T
C
IP
NS
Physical
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
New School
Building (Primary)
Building less
(Primary)
New School
Building (Upper
Primary)
2
0
0
1
0
1
2
0
As on 28 Feb.2013
Approved Expendi- Spill Over
Outlay
ture
Financial (Rs. In Lacs)
25.14
25.14
0
23.99
17.99
0
4
0
Building less
2
0
(Upper Primary)
Dilapidated
1
0
(Primary)
Dilapidated (Upper
2
0
Primary)
Additional Class
1182 325
Rooms
4
2
0
0
801
0
1
2
56
6
62.59
138.1
75.51
69.05
51.78
20.51
0
60.77
0
5196.07
3300.52
17.27
20.51
60.77
1895.55
Contd…
Progress in Civil Works 2012-13
S.N. Activity
T
C
IP
NS
Physical
9
Separate Girls
Toilet
1543
829
678
26
17
8
11 HM Room
1854
314
1273
12 Ramp
2218 1051 1059
10 Drinking water
501
0
3
14 Major Repair
44
5
33
67
0
0
Augmentation of
BRC training
16 CWSN Toilet
Total
Approved Expendi- Spill Over
Outlay
ture
Financial (Rs. In Lacs)
36
3200 1432 1623
87.49
1183.48
1095.99
1
10.76
9.25
1.51
267
8150.19
5216.6
2933.59
485.75
466.53
108
498
Rain Water
13
Harvesting
15
As on 28 Feb.2013
6
67
145
10801 4023 5588 1190
19.22
995.48
1002
6.52
66.03
64.09
335
0
1641.6
1577.56
18653.3 12101.27
1.94
335
64.04
6552.03
Contd…
Constrains
Maturing Economy
Working ambience: Urban Poverty
Ban on Mining & Quarrying: Shortage of construction
material
Tenure of SPDs/Technical Staff: Opportunities in
NCR area.
Litigations related to recruitments and land
Fluctuation in fuel prices
Financial Progress 2012-13
140000
125625
120000
100000
80000
60000
67336
Budget
Expenditure
40000
20000
0
As on 28th Feb. 2013
Main Proposals for 2013-14
An innovative Programme for learning assessment
It would be in addition to normal CCE
Quarterly assessment on OMR Sheets for class 5th to 8th for the
syllabus covered
Yearly assessment for class 1st to 4th
100% students of Govt. Schools will be covered
Programme will be executed by BRC with help of BRPs
Results will be made available on line.
15 Primary and 23 Upper Primary additional schools
Main Proposals for 2013-14
Special training for 136268 children
TLE for 38 schools
2111 additional teachers for Primary schools
196 additional teachers for Upper Primary schools
87 Head Teachers for standalone Middle schools
220 Part Time Instructors for work education
10 days training for 67476 teachers
Main Proposals for 2013-14
7 days residential training for 3000 PTIs
School and Maintenance Grant for 14925 schools
Teacher grant for 67476 teachers
Inclusive education for 39550 children
3 days non residential training 89550 SMC members
Proposals under Innovative head
Salary for 172 bachpanshala volunteers
Proposals for Girls Education, SC children, Computer
Education and Minority children
Main Proposals for 2013-14
Proposals under Civil works
6 Multistoried buildings for Panchkula urban area
25 retaining walls for Morni block hilly area of district
Panchkula
3226 Separate Girls Toilets
824 Drinking Water Facility for Urban Area
2669 Additional Classrooms
70 Primary and 38 Upper Primary Building Less
95 Primary and 35 Upper Primary dilapidated buildings
Major repair for 47 Primary and 35 Upper Primary schools
Rent for 27 KGBVs
Issues…
Bench Mark Data
• Comparison should be made with data of 2010-11
Teachers Posts
• 14 Posts required for 7 New PS.
• 12 Posts required for 4 upgraded UPS
• TLE required for 7 New PS.
Residential Hostel
• Recurring funds required for 2 hostel (Gurgaon & Faridabad).
Teacher Salary
• Salary required for 685 new heads appointed in Elementary schools.
Teachers Training
• 5 days teacher training @ Rs. 200 per day
• Induction training required for 12038 teachers
• 5 days residential training of 3000 PTIs @ Rs. 200 per day
Issues…
BRC/CRC
• Adjustment of 714 BRPs posts against 338 BRPs and 1416 CRC posts.
• 11 months salary required against the posts (BRPs, Accountant & MIS Coordinators) which are advertised/written test conducted.
• Contingency for 119 BRCs and 1487 CRCs
Innovation
• Under ECCE 172 Bachpanshalas volunteers; salary component -Rs. 48.85.
• Funds required for SC & Other girls for self defense training, summer camps on life
skills development, co-corricular activities @ Rs. 20 Lac per district
• For minority girls (mewat) required Rs. 25 Lacs.
Issues…
Civil works (Funds required from deferred spill over)
• Rs. 40 crore (out of Rs.126.35 crore) required to complete the 3728 ACRs ( on
going)
• Rs. 8 crore (out of Rs.14.5 crore)required to complete 300 schools boundary walls
• Rs. 0.15 crore (out of Rs. 0.74 crore) required to complete major repairs of 37
schools
• Rs. 22 crore (out of Rs. 76.13 crore) required to complete 2099 HM rooms
KGBVs Civil Work (Funds required from deferred spill over)
• Spill over should be corrected to Rs. 2955.11 Lacs against Rs. 2412.37 Lacs.
• All 27 KGBVs have been started so total spill over Rs. 2955.11 Lacs is required
instead of Rs.1259.06 Lacs
Issues…
New Proposals (Rs. 29.08 crore)
• 6 multistories buildings requires Rs. 5.48 croes.
• Major repair of 82 schools requires Rs. 1.71 crore
• 1613 girls toilets requires Rs. 15.7 crore.
• 824 water facilities requires Rs. 4.12 crore
• 25 schools in Morni (Hilly area) requires retaining walls for Rs. 2.07 crore

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