ANNEXURE_III_ODISHA

Report
SARVA SIKSHA ABHIYAN (SSA), ODISHA
AWP&B (RTE-SSA), 2013-14
ABOUT THE PRESENTATION
PART - I
THRUST AREAS IN AWPB 2013-14 *
PART - II
STATUS OF ELEMENTARY EDUCATION *
PART - III
PROGRESS UNDER SSA *
PART - IV
ACTION TAKEN AGAINST COMMITMENTS MADE IN THE
SECRETARY’S REVIEW MEETING *
PART - V
ACTIVITIES TAKENUP UNDER RTE *
PART - VI
HIGHLIGHTS OF ANNUAL PLAN 2013-14 *
PART - VII
ISSUES *
PART - VIII
SSA IN ACTION *
PART – I
Thrust Areas in AWP&B 2013-14
1. All Govt schools to be RTE compliant.
2. Residential hostels for small & scattered
habitations.
3. Completion of all pending Civil Works.
4. CCE to be operationalised.
5. Teacher Rationalisation as per RTE norm
*
PART – II
Status of Elementary Education
Administrative Indicators
Sl No
Administrative Units
1 Revenue Districts
2 Education Circles
3 Education Districts
4 Block Resource Centre (BRC)
5 Urban Resource Centre (URC)
6 Cluster Resource Centre (CRC)
7 Revenue Village
8 Wards in ULB
9 Gram Panchayat
10 Habitation
No.
30
30
75
314
2
4,806
51,313
1,828
6,234
89,383
Demographic Indicators
Description
2011
2001
Total Population
41,947,358
36,804,660
Male
21,201,678
18,660,570
Female
20,745,680
18,144,090
Sex Ratio
978
972
Area km2
155,707
155,707
269
236
73.45
63.08
82.4
75.35
64.36
50.51
Density/km2
Literacy
Male Literacy
Female Literacy
School Scenario (Elementary)
Govt.
including
Local bodies
Govt.
Aided
Total
51655
468
52123
Upper Primary Schools/ Upper
Primary Section in Secondary
School = All UP section & school
20002
1851
21853
Total
71657
2319
73976
Level of Education
Primary Schools/ Primary
Section in UPS or Secondary
School = All primary section &
schools
ENROLMENT TREND
7000000
6000000
5000000
4000000
3000000
2000000
1000000
0
Primary
Upper Primary
Elementary
2008-09
4586901
2128281
6715182
2009-10
4493015
2128136
6621151
2010-11
4488904
2090090
6578994
2011-12
4432639
2087041
6519680
2012-13
4336975
2085002
6421977
GOVT. AND AIDED ENROLMENT
6000000
5000000
4000000
3000000
2000000
1000000
0
P
UP
TOTAL
2008-09
4089586
1682283
5771869
2009-10
4021596
1664993
5686589
2010-11
3992949
1634577
5627526
2011-12
3887850
1627456
5515306
2012-13
3808737
1863244
5671981
GROSS ENROLMENT RATIO (GER)
106.00
104.00
102.00
100.00
TRENDS OF
OVERAGE AND
UNDERAGE
CHILDREN (%)
98.00
96.00
94.00
92.00
2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13
P
96.92
98.04
99.60
99.69
99.96
UP 99.06
104.11 105.45 104.93 101.83
NET ENROLMENT RATIO (NER)
94.00
92.00
90.00
88.00
86.00
84.00
82.00
80.00
78.00
2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13
P
92.28
92.88
91.83
92.27
93.05
UP 85.52
85.68
83.84
90.85
91.57
30.00
25.00
20.00
15.00
10.00
5.00
0.00
P
UP
200809
20.38
27.68
201213
7.73
12.10
RETENTION RATE
88
86
84
82
80
78
76
PRIMARY
ELEMENTARY
2009-10
81.66
80.53
2010-11
83.57
86.92
2011-12
83.44
86.93
2012-13
84.19
87.21
DROPOUT RATE
9.00
8.00
7.00
6.00
5.00
4.00
3.00
2.00
1.00
0.00
PRIMARY
UPPER PRIMARY
2009-10
2.83
8.19
2010-11
2.60
7.23
2011-12
0.43
3.07
2012-13
0.37
2.36
Out of school Children in 6-14 yrs. age group
(Figures in lakhs)
3.00
2.50
2.00
1.50
1.00
0.50
0.00
BOYS
GIRLS
TOTAL
2008-09
1.36
1.35
2.71
2009-10
0.93
0.94
1.87
2010-11
0.37
0.35
0.72
2011-12
0.16
0.15
0.31
2012-13
0.10
0.09
0.19
Source : CTS
PART – III
Progress under SSA/ NPEGEL/ KGBV
Intervention for Out of School Children
• 30,591 children of 6-14 years age group were identified through
CTS in 2011.
• 2735 CWSN Children were provided Home based Education.
• 4383 OOSC were provided Special Training (Residential).
• 15791 OOSC were provided Special Training (Non-Residential)
• Materials and guideline for Special Training ( Class I – VII) were
developed, printed & supplied.
Ensuring Child Retention
• Textbooks provided to all students from Class-I to VIII on 1st April, 2012.
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Uniforms are provided to all Girls and Boys belonging to SC/ST/BPL categories
studying in Govt. Elementary Schools.
Facilitating mother tongue based education for children belonging to tribal
community from class I to V
School Student Helpline established
Learning materials in tribal languages for pre-primary (New Arunima)
Child friendly school environment creating scope for encouraging
child participation in classroom process (Ama Vidyalaya)
Library and library-books are provided to all schools.
Summer camp for addressing problems of children belonging to disadvantaged
group
Residential hostels for urban deprived children
5389 children of migrant families admitted in Seasonal Hostels
PEDAGOGY
• State Curriculum developed in 2007 basing on NCF-2005.
• Revision of the Text Book has been undertaken by the State Academic
Authority, i.e., TE & SCERT.
• In 2008-09- Text Books for Class-I & III, in 2009-10- Text Books for Class-II,
IV & VI and in 2010-11- Text Books for Class-V, VII & VIII developed,
printed & supplied to students.
• Module for CCE developed by State Academic Authority & will be
implemented in the state in 2013-14.
• Monthly monitoring of the activities at school on 60 parameters done through
‘SAMIKSHA’
• Initiatives have been taken to assess student learning in schools on basic skills
in reading, writing and numeracy for Class-II & IV covering 900 schools every
month.
PEDAGOGY (Contd….)
• Teaching in classroom has been shifted to concept based approach.
Teachers’ handbook namely ‘SAMADHAN’ & ‘SADHAN’
developed and distributed to facilitate classroom transaction.
• Graded reading materials ‘SOPAN’ in Mathematics in class I, II & III
developed and distributed. It is based on concepts given in the text
books.
• Self learning materials ‘SWAYAM’ in Science for class VI, VII & VIII
have been developed to supplement the text materials.
• Team for Administrative & Academic Support “TAAS” formed for
each block to give on-sight support in classroom transaction.
Learning Enhancement Programme (LEP)
• Students’ hand book ‘Sathi’ distributed at both P & UP level.
• Supply of library books to students done at both P & UP level.
• Provision of Graded Readers in Math for Class I to III (Sopan)
developed and printing in progress.
• Organization of different activities at cluster level i.e. story telling
festival, vision competition completed at block & cluster level.
• Content generation on basis of child experiences and local knowledge
through RPs and teachers is going on. These materials will
supplement classroom process.
• TLM exhibition at block, district and State level completed.
COMPUTER AIDED LEARNING (CAL)
• CAL programme is implemented in 2645 Upper
Primary schools.
• 400 Schools sanctioned during 2012-13 have been
identified for inclusion under CAL.
• 9,12,601 students of Class-V to VII are benefited since the implementation of this
Programme, i.e. since 2004-05.
• 4152 teachers & 4782 nos. of Head Masters, BRCCs, CRCCs have been oriented
on Techno-pedagogical aspects of CAL.
• For capacity building of teachers, 300 CAL trained teachers have been identified
as Master Trainers.
• Block level MIS-cum-Planning Coordinators are assigned with the task for
regular supervision, monitoring and technical support to CAL Schools.
• 67 Contents developed and 144 contents identified in convergence with Academic
Authority (TE & SCERT).
TEACHERS’ TRAINING
• For all Teachers in Govt & Aided schools – 10 days for in-service teachers at BRC level & above and 10
days for in-service teachers at CRC level
• Imparted to 82949 teachers.
– 30 days induction training for newly recruited trained teacher
• Imparted to 4973 teachers
– 60 days training for untrained teacher for two years
• Imparted to 14074 teachers
– 10 days training to all BRCC,CRCC,SI of schools and
Resource persons
• Imparted to 5562 teachers
– 10 days training to all Head Masters
• Imparted to 50365 Head Teachers
Research , Evaluation , Monitoring & Supervision
• 9 Research studies are conducted by empanelled Institutions.
Draft reports submitted.
• School Development Plan conducted in each school
• U-DISE data collection completed for 2013-14
• Monitoring of schools are being conducted through Samiksha /
Officers-In-Charge for each district.
• Compliances have been made on the observations of
Monitoring Institutions
• Third party Evaluation of Civil work is in progress
• Evaluation of learning outcomes is being carried out to assess
the school performance.
• OSCPCR is functional in the state
TEACHERS UNDER SSA
Sanctioned till
2012-13
In position
Vacancy
Teacher
92337
79936
12401
Part Time
Instructor
13299
8866
4433
Total
105636
88802
16834
• Recruitment of 4433 Part Time Instructors is under
process
INCLUSIVE EDUCATION
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1,20,929 (3384 in 2012-13) CWSN children
enrolled out of 1,21,989 identified.
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604 Block Resource Teachers & 2842 IE volunteers are in
position to provide resource support to CWSN at Block level.
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1,14,472 (17,032 in 2012-13) children provided Aids and
Appliances.
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7,590 (2114 in 2012-13) sets of Braille books supplied to the
Visually Impaired children.
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2,735 CWSN covered under HBE
SC / ST EDUCATION
MLE (Multi Lingual Education)
• State policy for MLE is at final stage.
• Mother tongue based education is operational in 544 schools of 8 tribal districts covering
61 blocks of Odisha in 10 tribal languages.
• The languages are Saura, Kui, Kuvi, Munda, Koya, Bonda, Santhali, Juang, Kisan,
Oram.
• The tribal districts are Raygada, Gajapati, Kandhamal, Mayurbhanj, Malkangiri, Keonjhar,
Sambalpur and Sundergarh.
• Nine more languages (Gadaba, Bhumij, Ho, Gondi, Desia, Kharia, Didayi, Binjhal, Mahali)
covering 4 more districts have been identified and will be implemented during 2013-14.
• New Arunima in Tribal language for pre-school children in AWC.
Srujan :
• A community based child centered retention drive taken up in 224 blocks covering 2824
CRCs of 30 districts.
• 17,29,700 Children have been benefited by this programme.
KGBV
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182 / 182 KGBVs made operational having 18,174/18,200 girls enrolled.
Self Defense Skill, Yoga etc. have been implemented .
Scout & Guide has been implemented
Imparting Life Skill Education Programme through curricular & Co-curricular
activities.
Children have been oriented on Child Rights and Child Participation through Child
Reporter Process, Theater Workshop & School Cabinet.
Vocational/ Art and craft training imparted.
Developing Gender Friendly environment in all KGBVs.
Inter KGBV meet/Sports Meet organised for holistic development of inmates.
Children’s Creativity like art, poems, riddles, puzzles etc. published through Yearly
magazines in selected KGBVs.
Conducting of Regular Health Check up & Counseling on Adolescent Issues of the
Girls.
Training of SMC & PRI members & Community mobilisation
• Out of the target of 688488,577354 SMC & PRI members imparted
training
• Shiksha Adhikar Abhiyan is implemented across the state.
Volunteers visited the school, interacted with SMC, community
members ,parents on RTE, responsibility of the stakeholders and about
the school status
• Pravesh Utsav was undertaken in each school.
• Children festival SURAVI was organised at the state , district,block
and cluster level
• Summer Camp for urban deprived done.
• Community awareness programmes were conducted through
pala,daskathia,street play ,flok mecia and posters at block and cluster
level
Progress of Civil Work under SSA ending March-2013
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24
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ACTIVITY
BRC
CRC
New PS
New UPS
Building Less PS
Building Less UPS
Dilapidated PS
Dilapidated UPS
Addl.Class Room
Addl.Class Room (Class-viii)
HM Rooms (Primary)
HM Rooms (Upper Primary)
BRC Training Hall
Toilet
Girls Toilet
CWSN Toilet
Water Facility
Boundary Wall
Electrification
Separation Wall
C.F.E (BaLA)
Ramp with Handrail
Other
Major Repairs(pry)
Major Repairs(upper pry)
TOTAL
Cumulative
Target upto the
year 2012-13
Completed
In Progress
% of
Completion
Rate
262
2263
8728
6472
1011
627
564
416
62239
14601
2705
2315
316
9879
39777
31773
7159
1309
2235
147
52281
19095
220
1308
913
268615
168
1956
7337
7912
689
341
498
445
48921
10621
661
485
49
6273
20596
16064
5745
945
680
0
52629
11545
129
1174
843
196706
0
9
365
327
7
0
10
3
9950
2843
1744
1585
172
153
16845
15306
20
3
0
0
0
7361
0
49
25
56777
64%
86%
84%
122%
68%
54%
88%
107%
79%
73%
24%
21%
16%
63%
52%
51%
80%
72%
30%
0%
101%
60%
59%
90%
92%
73%
Planning
• School Development Plan done in all Govt & Aided
Elementary Schools
• National level consultation on SDP done in the state.
• School Mapping done in 2012.
• Capacity building of DPC, DI, BRCC & CRCC on
RTE done.
MIS
• Strengthened up to Block level with required Hardware &
Manpower.
• Unified DISE adopted from 2012-13 for collection of annual
information from Elementary & Secondary Schools.
• CTS has been converted to On-line CHILD MONITORING
SYSTEM to update the child data from Block point and keep
track of Student attendance, dropouts, migrant children etc.
• Portal developed to facilitate Private Schools to register on-line
and provide information on 25% reservation of seats for socially
backward children.
• School, Teachers & Child profile integrated with GIS for
supervision, monitoring and evaluate the status of elementary
education in the State.
FINANCIAL PROGRESS
In Rs Lakh
SL.
No.
SCHEME
SSA
1
ANNUAL WORK PLAN
& BUDGET, 2012-13
268096.12
2
TOTAL FUNDS
AVAILABLE in 201213 FY
3
EXPENDITURE
INCURRED
4
% OF EXP.W.R.T
FUNDS AVAILABLE
97.55
5
% OF EXP. W.R.T
AWP&B
64.65
NPEGEL
1115.18
KGBV
8061.11
TOTAL
277272.41
183762.88
179263.99
175062.66
730.95
3470.38
*
PART – IV
Commitment and action taken against the
minutes of Secretary’s review meeting
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No
Commitment
Action taken
1
The State yet to open 708 Primary schools
sanctioned in the previous years. In the
meeting, the State had committed to open 132
Primary schools by 31st December, 2013 and
also to send a proposal for reallocation of
balance lapsed after the meeting, this proposal
has not been received.
Out of the sanction for opening of 9483 Primary schools
in the State 8946 new Primary schools have been opened
and 537 schools yet to be opened in the districts where
there was such sanctions due to non-feasibility of
opening of new schools, it is being proposed to reallocate this sanction to other district where there is
need of opening of new primary school. In this
connection, re-appropriation proposal has been sent to
MHRD for approval.
2
There is a gap of 1438 Upper Primary schools
sanctioned in previous years which have not
been operationalised. The state had committed
in the meeting that 415 of these Upper Primary
schools will be started within one month,
proposals for reallocation of307 to districts
where they are actually needed will be sent to
the Ministry and the position of the remaining
716 Upper Primary schools would be clear by
December, 2012 and will be communicated to
the Ministry.
There is sanction for opening of 11321 Upper Primary
Schools, out of which, 10797 schools have been
upgraded to Upper Primary school leaving a balance of
524. Gradually these schools will be opened depending
on the enrolment and conforming to the sate norm.
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3
4
Commitment
610 Primary schools have been under
construction since long and civil works
for 1394 Primary schools sanctioned in
previous years have not yet been started.
The State committed to completing
works-in-progress, by March, 2013 and
the unstarted works by June, 2013.The
state had also committed that all
sanctions relating to Drinking water,
ramps and toilets would be completed by
March, 2013.As there is a large gap in
respect of toilets in rural areas, the state
had assured that convergence activity
would be taken up with Department of
Drinking water and sanitation.
Action taken
The progress of civil works in some district was comparatively slow owing to the dispute at
SMC level and difficulty in procurement of materials in hilly areas However, the situation
has improved in the mean time and the latest position of civil works is given bellow.
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7337 out of 8728 NPS completed
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7912 against 6472 NUPS completed.
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48921 against 62239 ACR completed.
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10621 against 14601 ACR-Class-VIII completed.
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661 against 2705 HM-P room completed.
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485 against 2315 HM-UP room completed.
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49 against 316 BRC training hall completed.
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6273 against 9879 Toilet completed.
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20596 against 39777 Girls’ Toilet completed.
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16064 against 31773 CWSN friendly Toilet completed.
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5745 against 7159 Water facility completed.
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Convergence activity has been taken up with the Department of Rural Development
to cover all the schools by providing toilet and drinking water in rural areas.
There was a shortage in release of SSA The short fall of Rs. 37.81 crores from the state share was released by Government of
State share and the Annual Report for Odisha on dated 07.01.2013. We had also moved to Government of India for release of
2011-12 has not been received by the consequent installment vides letter no. 418, dt. 15.01.2013, no. 1498 dt. 21.02.2013 and
Ministry though the due date elapsed.
No.2295 dt. 16.03.2013. Despite repeated persuasion, there was no further release of
installment from Govt. of India and even 13th Finance Commission Award of Rs.204 crores
has also not been received by the State. This has created a heavy financial crunch in
implementation of different schemes under SSA. In order to meet the exigency, the State
Govt. had to release Rs.162.19 crores in advance in anticipation of receipt of balance
allotment from Govt. of India.
The Annual report for 2011-12 after approval by the Executive Committee of SSA has been
sent to MHRD in the meantime.
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No
Commitment
Action taken
5
Against a total teacher sanction of 92,337
under SSA, 73,922 had been recruited
and recruitment of 8000 was expected
shortly and the other 13,000, thereafter.
The State had also assured undertaking a
redeployment exercise of teachers as per
PTR.
Against the total sanction of 92,337 teachers under
SSA, the present strength is 79,936 after recruitment
of 14768 teachers in 2012-13.The Govt. is taking
steps for recruitment of teachers to fill up the
vacancy. Re-deployment of teachers was undertaken
so as to rationalize the position of teachers at the
Schools as per the RTE norms.
6
Of the total 16,136 untrained teachers
8,000 had been enrolled with SCERT,
6120 with NIOS and remaining 1353 were
expected to be enrolled with NIOS.
Out of 16,136 untrained teachers, 14074 teachers
have been enrolled with SCERT under DEP. The
remaining 2,062 teachers do not have minimum
academic qualification to undertake training.
Therefore, the State Govt. has entered in to a MoU
with NIOS to facilitate these teachers to upgrade
their minimum qualification to obtain necessary
training. The NIOS has already initiated necessary
follow up action to start the teaching programme
soon.
PART – V
Progress under RTE
Activities Undertaken in RTE
•
RTE has come into effect from 1st April, 2010.
•
State Rules (ORCFCE Rule, 2010) notified on 27-09-2010.
Issuance of other Notifications:
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Prohibition of corporal punishment & mental harassment in schools
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SCPCR notified.
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TE & SCERT as Academic Authority
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Discontinuation of Board Examinations at Elementary Level
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Prohibition of Screening Procedures & collection of capitation fee during
admission
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TET conducted
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Guidelines for admission in private unaided schools and notification for defining
the disadvantaged children.
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Local Authority notified.
Activities Undertaken in RTE (contd..)
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Circular on prohibition of teachers’ engagement in nonacademic activities as per the RCFCE Act, 2009 has been
issued.
Teachers’ awareness on RTE: Teachers are provided with
critical inputs and engaged in brainstorming on RTE at various
platforms like trainings and the District level Sensitization
Meets on RTE.
Grievance Redressal mechanism through School Student
Helpline
Training of SMC members completed
Sensitization of Principals of Pvt. Schools on 25% reservations
PART – VI
Annual Work Plan & Budget – 2013-14
Proposal & Recommendation - AWP & B 2013-14
State: Odisha
S.No
Rs.in lakhs
Category/ Activity
Proposed
Not
Recommended recommen
ded
Access & Retention
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Special Training for mainstreamed children in
age appropriate class
Escort Facility
Residential Hostels
Textbooks
Uniforms
TLE for new schools
Subtotal
Quality
Teacher Salary
LEP
Teacher Training
Academic Support through BRC & CRC
Innovation for CAL
Subtotal
2775.075
1417.299
1357.776
63.210
685.005
8812.075
20777.452
1929.980
35042.797
0.000
45.805
8756.113
20584.880
1578.280
32382.377
63.210
639.200
55.962
192.572
351.700
2660.420
69112.149
6856.680
5850.760
11215.033
1500.00
94534.622
59328.029 9784.120
30.000 6826.680
2449.468 3401.292
7717.938 3497.095
0.000 1500.000
69525.436 25009.187
*
Proposal & Recommendation - AWP & B 2013-14
State: Odisha
S.No
Rs.in lakhs
Category/ Activity
Proposed
Not
Recommended recommen
ded
Access & Retention
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
23
Annual Grants
Teacher Grant
School Grant
REMS
Maintenance Grant
Subtotal
Equity and Gender
Innovation Fund
IE
Community Mobilisation
SMC/PRI Training
KGBV
NPEGEL
Subtotal
Programme Management
Programme Management
1050.39
4135.860
1109.640
5230.330
11526.215
0.000
4135.860
374.319
5230.330
9740.509
1050.385
0.000
735.321
0.000
1785.706
1500.000
3659.670
1794.000
2008.530
8713.774
974.562
18650.535
0.000
2047.871
100.000
686.136
8713.774
0.000
11547.780
1500.000
1611.800
1694.000
1322.394
0.000
974.562
7102.755
8419.059
5948.570
2470.490
*
School Infrastructure
Proposed (in lakhs)
S.No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Activity
BRC /URC
CRC
New Primary School (Rural)
New Upper Primary (Rural)
Additional class rooms for adding
Class VIII
Building Less (Pry)
Building Less (UP)
Dilapidated Building (Pry)
Dilapidated Building (UP)
Additional Class Room (Rural)
Toilet/Urinals (for urban areas only)
Separate Girls Toilet
CWSN friendly toilets
Drinking Water Facility (for urban
area only)
Boundary Wall
Office-cum-store-cum-Head
Teacher's room (Primary)
Office-cum-store-cum-Head
Teacher's room (Upper Primary)
Augumentation of training facility in
BRC (one time)
Child friendly Elements
Ramps with Handrails
Handrails in existing ramps
Construction of Hostel in existing
Govt UPS
Major Repairs for Primary School
Major Repairs for Upper Primary
School
Others (School Sanitaion & Hyegine
programme)
Total
Spillover
(Fin.)
Fresh
Phy
Fin
Recommended (in lakhs)
Total
Outlay
Spillover
(Fin.)
Fresh
Phy
Fin
Total
Outlay
0.12
0
0.00
0.12
0.00
0
0.00
6.00
0
0.00
6.00
0.00
0
0.00
0.00
0.00
1079.29
1226
17164.00
18243.29
1079.29
0
0.00
1079.29
1448.91
201
2974.80
4423.71
1448.91
0
0.00
1448.91
6658.94
40
200.00
6858.94
3096.93
0
0.00
3096.93
8.65
237
3318.00
3326.65
8.65
0
0.00
8.65
0.86
749
11085.20
11086.06
0.86
0
0.00
0.86
2.09
32
313.60
315.69
2.09
0
0.00
2.09
3.10
0
0.00
3.10
3.10
0
0.00
3.10
23132 115660.00 133955.63
3123.16
0
0.00
3123.16
18295.63
146.75
750
750.00
896.75
146.75
0
0.00
146.75
6979.49
13314
13314.00
20293.49
6979.49
0
0.00
6979.49
1288.84
21686
26023.20
27312.04
0.00
0
0.00
0.00
95.52
154
169.40
264.92
95.52
0
0.00
95.52
9.94
0
0.00
9.94
0.00
0
0.00
0.00
3561.87
3127
15635.00
19196.87
0.00
0
0.00
0.00
2913.54
4274
21370.00
24283.54
0.00
0
0.00
0.00
742.08
0
0.00
742.08
0.00
0
0.00
0.00
97.49
0
0.00
97.49
0.00
0
0.00
0.00
100.77
15388
2308.20
2408.97
0.00
0
0.00
0.00
0.00
1488
96.72
96.72
0.00
0
0.00
0.00
0.00
3
150.00
150.00
0.00
3
150.00
150.00
45.96
201
202.47
248.43
0.00
0
0.00
0.00
21.82
97
113.49
135.31
0.00
0
0.00
0.00
0.00
43507.69
53088
139187
2654.40
233502.5
2654.40
277010.2
0.00
15984.76
0
3
0.00
150.00
0.00
16134.76
Scheme
SSA
KGBV
NPEGEL
Total
Abstract statement of AWP & B 2013-14, SSA, Odisha
Proposal (in lakhs)
Recommendation (in lakhs)
Fresh
Fresh
Spill over
Total
Spill over
Total
outlay
outlay
390265.27 45229.79 435495.06 119002.62
4503.99 4209.78
974.56
0.00
17563.04 136565.65
8713.77
4503.99
4209.78
8713.77
974.56
0.00
0.00
0.00
395743.82 49439.57 445183.40 123506.61
21772.82 145279.43
*
PART – VII
Issues
Issues
• Access & Civil works –
– 689 NPS (559 in SFD/LWE districts) may be allowed.
– 31 residential hostels (24 in SFD/ LWE districts) may be allowed.
– Reduction of unit cost in OOSC intervention may affect the
implementation in the field.
– Teachers Salary for 12401 Teacher Post (vacant) may be allowed for
three months.
– Transport/ escort facility for children in tribal area may be allowed.
– Funds for completing all taken up works under spillover part of the
Civil Work budget may be allowed.
– 23132 no. of ACR & 13314 no. of girls toilets, 21686 CWSN friendly
toilets, 750 common toilets and 154 drinking water facilities in schools
may be allowed under fresh Civil Works to make all schools RTE
compliant.
Issues
• Finance –
– Non-release of 13 FC Award (Rs.204 Cr.) in 12-13
– Non-release of corresponding Central Share of Rs.266.21 Cr. against
Rs143.35 Cr. Sate share already released.
– Salary of 30 District Project Coordinators may be allowed.
– Minimum three month salary for MCS Coordinators may be allowed
under NPEGEL.
• CAL – Recurring cost (committed liability) of 1052 Schools for which
purchase order is already issued by Districts amounts to Rs.312.60
may be allowed.
Issues
• Girls Education–
– Budget (Rs. 355.51 lakhs ) for Self defence package for girls at UP
level may be allowed.
• CWSN – Honorarium for IE Volunteers may be allowed for 10 months.
– Escort allowance for 12000 CWSN may be allowed.
• SC/ST Education –
– Rs. 2.50 crores may be allowed for SRUJAN activities
Issues
• Pedagogy – Meeting TA may be allowed for BRCC & CRCCs
– Funds may be sanctioned under LEP for printing of graded reading
material in Science for Class VIII for supplementing the process of self
learning.
– Rs. 41.70 lakhs may be allowed for publication of Children’s Magazine
• REMS – Budget (Rs. 3.41 crore) may be allowed for CCE
– Rs. 1 Crore may be sanctioned for learning achievement tracking
– Rs.60 lakh for digitization of 144 identified contents (for which tender
already floated) may be allowed.
– Funds to the tune of Rs. 1 crore for monitoring of schools by the Team of
Administrative & Academic Support (TAAS).
– Rs. 74 lakhs may be allowed for Environment Assessment plan for schools
PART - VIII
SSA IN ACTION
SSA in Action
Art & Craft work in KGBV
KGBV Sarapali, Bolangir
Practicing Karete in KGBV
Cultural Performance by KGBV Girls
Peer Group Learning
Pravesh Utsav
Logo of Shiksha Adhikar Abhiyan
Discussion with SMC by Volunteers
Classroom practices in MLE schools
Cultural mathematics in MLE classroom
RTE Training on 29.06.2011
Activity based Classroom
Thank you

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