Strength of KRVP

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“INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL AND
ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS” CHALLENGES.
Prof.
C.D.Patil.
 Secretary,
Science Education Trust,
Raichur.
 Ex-Honorary Secretary,
Karnataka Rajya Vijnana Parishat,
BENGALURU - 560 070.
 (M) 094484 27585.
 E-Mail: [email protected]
KARNATAKA RAJYA VIJNANA PARISHAT,
BENGALURU-70
 Established
in the year-1980.
 Inaugural President: Dr. H. Narasimiah.
 Publications & Productions:
1) Bala Vijnana ( Monthly).
2)Books-More than 140.
3) Kits (Environment, Food adulteration,
Light, Magnetism).
4) CDs.
STRENGTH OF K.R.V.P.
 3000
-Donors, Donor Institutions:
Ministers, M.L.As, I.A.S. off, V.Cs,
Doctors, Engineers, Principals,
Professors, School teachers, Business
men, House wives & Students.
 600- Rural Science Centers.
 15- Big Science Centers.( Few Under
DCs.)
STRENGTH OF K.R.V.P.
8
members have been awarded
National Awards.(= Jnana
Peetha).
Many members (Teachers)have
been awarded State level
awards.
Many students who have
participated in KRVP
Programmes are in top
positions.
DR. A.P.J.ABDUL KALAM SAID
 “Build
special capacities through the
‘EDUCATION SYSTEM’ to enable
student growth and contribute
towards economic development”.
 These capacities would enable
students to meet the challenges in
the mission of transforming India
into a developed country by 2020.
WHAT IS EDUCATION?

Education is one of the most
powerful instruments for
reducing poverty and inequality.
Education is equally key to
enhance India’s competitiveness
in the global economy. Therefore,
ensuring access to quality
education for all, in particular for
the poor and rural population, is
central to the economic and
social development of India.
LITERACY RATE.
As
per the 2001 census,
Karnataka has a literacy
rate of 67.04% with
76.29% of males and
57.45% of females in
Karnataka being literate.
PRIMARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION



As of March 2006, Karnataka has 54,529 primary schools with
252,875 teachers and 8.495 million students.
There are 9,498 secondary schools with 92,287 teachers with
1.384 million students.
There are three kinds of schools in Karnataka viz. government ,
aided and un-aided private. In majority of these schools, the
medium of instruction is either English or Kannada. The syllabus
taught in the schools is either of CBSE, ICSE, NIOS or the state
syllabus .The curriculum includes subjects like science, social
studies and mathematics apart from language related subjects. In
order to maximize attendance in schools, the Karnataka
Government has launched a mid-day meal scheme in government
and aided schools in which free lunch is provided to the students.
At the end of the secondary education, the students pursuing the
state syllabus have to pass an examination called as SSLC to
move on to the next level.
BUDGET(KARNATAKA)
Sl
.
N
o
1
Details
ELEMENTARY
EDUCATION
2
SECONDARY
EDUCATION
Plan
Non
Plan
90041.2 416989.72
4
Total
507030.96
Percenta
ge
51.67
56570.87 252804.44 309375.33 31.53
NATIONAL EDUCATION BUDGET
(2011–2012).
Budget:
52,057 crore
(US$11.56 billion).
Literacy (2011).
Total:
74.04%.
Male:
82.14%.
Female: 65.46%.
ENGINEERING COLLEGES IN INDIA
 As
of 2007, there are 1522 degreegranting engineering colleges in
India with an annual student
intake of 582,000, plus 1,244
polytechnics with an annual intake
of 265,000. However, these
institutions face shortage of faculty
and concerns have been raised over
the quality of education.
IEEE: HOW TO WIN?
*Just like a huge building stands on
a strong foundation, so does
success. And the foundation of
success is “ATTITUDE”.
 + VE ATTITUDE.
 1) Makes for a pleasing personality.
 2) Is energizing.
 3) Increases your enjoyment of life.
“IEEE”
+ ve attitude
*4) Inspires others around you.
 5) Helps you become a contributing
member of society & an asset to your
country.
 _ ve attitude leads to
 1) Bitterness. 2) Resentment (Dislike).
 3) A purposeless life. 4) Ill health.
 4) High stress level (themselves, others)
SUCCESS
 Success
doesn’t mean the absence of
failures, it means the attainment of
ultimate objectives. It means
winning the WAR not every
BATTLE.
 You are in a war field(Exam. Hall).
In some battles (exams), you get
good # of marks & in some less. Your
ultimate objective: To get good
marks.
SUCCESS
Whenever
you get less marks
(lose battles)You try to
improve (winning battle)
Most people fail, not because
of lack of ability/intelligence
but because of lack of desire,
direction & discipline.
YOUR MIND & BODY
Feed
your mind with
good thoughts.
Don’t feed your body
with junk food.
Healthy mind in a
healthy body
HARD WORK
Luck?
I don’t know anything
about luck. I have never banked
on it, & I am afraid of people
who do. Luck to me is
something else; hard work- &
realizing what is opportunity &
what isn’t.
-Lucille Ball.
ACTIVITIES
National Children Science Congress. (Pri +HS)

Science Quiz.( For High Schoo)l Students)

ACTIVITIES
 Science
Exhibition ( For College
Students)
 NEAC ( For NGOs)
 Special Lectures.
 Star Gazing.
 Eclipse.
 World Environment Day.
 Ozone Day.
 Earth Day, Etc.
YOUNG SCIENTIST AWARD. ( FOR H.S)
STUDENTS-SCIENTISTS: FACE TO FACE
MIRACLE EXPOSER
NATIONAL SCIENCE DAY (LECTURES, HONOR,)
WRITERS WORKSHOP, PHYSICS
WORKSHOP, MEETING WITH MINISTER.
CHALLENGES FACED BY KRVP
 12
lakh students: AIEEE :2011: Poor in
Maths.
 70% of Schools in Karnataka are equipped
with computers : No Power
 KRVP: An NGO: Voluntary workers- In a
Spare time they are working.
 Some time KRVP is not getting Aid & help
from supporters, Govt. Officials etc on time.
 Insufficient fund.( NCSC: Rs. 4500=00 ).
 Information Tech. Programme: Taluka, Dist,
Division, State level.
 Inspire Award Science Exhibition: Dist,
State. GoI. Rs. 5000=00 (Vacation period).
THANQ

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