Annexure-III - Presentation of Puducherry PAB 2013

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ANNUAL WORK
PLAN AND BUDGET
2013-14
-Formulation and Strategies
1
The Union Territory of Pondicherry comprises of four districts
namely Pondicherry, Karaikal, Mahe and Yanam.
The four regions are separated from each other by a distance of 150 kms to 840 kms.
Pondicherry and Karaikal
are parts of Tamil Nadu
culturally and linguistically
and Tamil is the main
language.
Mahe and Yanam are
embedded in Kerala and
Andhra Pradesh, where
Malayalam and Telugu are
the languages spoken
respectively.
2
Area : 492 sq.km
No. of Districts : 04 ( SSA)
No. of Blocks : 6
Population : 12,44,464
Literacy Rate : 86.55%
Children Population in 6 to 14 years : 1.76lakh
Total Govt. Schools: 430
All management Schools : 717
Total Students at Elementary Level :-1,75,290
3
All Primary schools are having Pre primary classes
Tops in Educational Development Index – (0.870)
(EDI ) for consequently four years in EDI by
NUEPA
Provides milk to the Students in the morning
Runs Exclusive Bus facilities for Students at Rs. 1
4
All eligible habitations are provided with Schools as per Norms
SSA contributed significant role in fulfilling construction of classroom
rooms in all schools
CCE implemented in 2012-13 – Rank card
Leader ship training given to 35 Head Teacher – in association with
British Council
Shiksha Ka Haq Abhiyan successfully completed
Transparency in fund allocation to school – web hosting
Reading corner in Schools – to improve the Reading habits
Science Exhibition at Primary – Unique – Exclusive with theme of Water,
Air ….for each year - Zonal level
5
Comprehensive Eye Screening (preventive &
curative) was started two years back in association
with Aravind Eye Hospital. 72134 students were
screened. 2193 spectacles were given 15 operations
performed.
The Simplified Activity Based learning cards were
designed for English Medium Classes
Drawing Books was designed, Printed and issued
to all Students
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SN
Items
Status
1
Pondicherry Right to Free &
compulsory Education rules
Notified on 24th Oct.2011
2
One primary school within 1Km
radius and at least one Upper
primary school within 3 Km
radius.
713 schools in the UT fulfilling the norms and wherever
necessary Govt Primary schools to be upgraded as Upper
primary schools.
3
Elementary Education is from
class one to class eight
All the four districts in the UT, including Mahe follows
eight year elementary education
4
Prohibition of capitation and
Screening procedure for
admission in schools
circular issued by Dept. of Education
5
Prohibition of detention,
expulsion
A memorandum vide No. A/1927/DSE/EC/2009-10,
dt.22.06.2010 by the Dept of Edn. issued to all Govt. and
private schools under the control of Dept. of Education.
6
A memorandum vides No. 14931/DSE/EE/AC/2010,
Prohibition of corporal
dt.1.10.2010 by the Dept of Edn issued to all Govt. and
punishment, mental harassment.
private schools under the control of Dept. of Education.
7
SN
Items
Status
7
No Board Examination till completion of elementary
education
No board Examination
8
Constitution of SCPCR/REPA
REPA constituted vide G.O no.51 dated
May 1,2012.
9
Right of child to Free & compulsory education till
completion of elementary education
UT provides free & compulsory
education upto secondary stage of
education
10
11
12
296 out of school children
mainstreamed in 2011-12
Special provision for children not admitted to or who
535 out of school children identified for
have not completed elementary education
2012-13 and 325 are under special
training
Very well detailed in PRTE rules and all
Right of transfer to other school
the Head teachers sensitized.
Appropriate Govt. to provide for pre-school education
The UT runs pre-primary section in all
its Govt. Primary schools.
8
SN
13
14
15
16
17
18
Items
Status
Very well detailed in PRTE rules and all
No denial of admission in a school for lack of age proof
the Head teachers sensitized.
No school to be established without obtaining
certificate of recognition
Very well detailed in PRTE rules and all
the Head teachers sensitized
Govt. order No.34, dated march 30,2012
School management committee
issued for the constitution SMC in all
govt & aided schools.
UT follows NCTE norms .nearly 6000
candidates are appearing for TET on
Qualifications for appointment and terms & conditions June 2012.Only 20 candidates were
declared passed.
of service of teachers
In the recent Oct.14 TET, 9131 applied
and 8734 candidates have appeared.
The pupil Teacher ratio of the UT is as
follows
Pupil-Teacher ratio
PTR for Primary
-20:1
PTR for Upper Primary -28:1
Prohibition of deployment of teachers for noneducational purpose
Is followed stringently by the Govt. of
Puducherry
9
SN
19
Items
Prohibition of private Tuition by
teachers
Constitution of State Advisory
20
council
Status
Circular issued by the Dept. of Education.
A comprehensive proposal constituting SAC clearly
delineating the duties, liabilities, functions, power etc. has
been submitted to the Govt. of Puducherry for approval.
G.O.Ms. No.108 notified for providing 25% reservation for
25% reservation for disadvantaged
21
the Disadvantaged & Economically Weaker Section in
& EWS
Private Unaided schools
22 Notification of Academic Authority Pending with the Government.
23 CCE
Notified vide G.O.Ms.No.91 dat.Sept.25,2012, implemented
in Govt. schools
24 Norms & standards for schools
Available in the Education Rules
10
1 Class Rooms
2 Primary School Teachers
3 Trained Graduate Teachers
4 Ramps
5 Boys Toilet
6
7
8
REGION
7 Facilities
Girls Toilet
All Toilets (including Boys, Girls and
Common Toilets)
Play Ground
8 Facilities
9 Facilities
9 Boundary Wall
10 HM Room
11 Library
10 Facilities
11 Facilities
PONDY
0.36
5.02
23.66
42.29
28.67
KARAIKAL
0.96
4.81
13.46
42.31
38.46
MAHE
0.00
17.65
17.65
41.18
23.53
YANAM
13.04
0.00
17.39
30.43
39.13
1.18
5.20
20.57
41.61
31.44
UT
Percentage of schools with facilities as per RTE
11 Facilities
31.44
10 Facilities
9 Facilities
8 Facilities
7 Facilities
41.61
20.57
5.20
1.18
11
% OF SCHOOLS
WITHOUT
FACILITIES IN
PONDY
KARAIKAL
MAHE
YANAM
UT
CRs
PLAY
GROUND
RAMPS
7.91
9.26
5.88
20.00
8.75
34.17
20.37
11.76
20.00
29.08
BOUNDARY
WALL
50.00
41.67
70.59
65.00
49.41
4.68
3.70
11.76
15.00
5.20
HM
ROOM
9.71
9.26
29.41
15.00
10.64
PERCENTAGE OF SCHOOLS WITHOUT FACILITIES
49.41
50.00
45.00
40.00
29.08
35.00
30.00
25.00
20.00
15.00
10.64
8.75
5.20
10.00
5.00
0.00
CRs
RAMPS
PLAY GROUND
BOUNDARY
WALL
PERCENTAGE OF SCHOOLS WITHOUT FACILITIES
HM ROOM
12
SN
Intervention
ACCESS
1
Transport Facility
2
Special Training for mainstreaming of
Out-of-School Children
Sanctioned
Phy.
Expenditure
Fin. (Rs.)
Phy.
Fin. (Rs.)
% of
expenditure
95
2.85
95
2.850
100%
375
22.50
166
11.260
50%
RETENTION
1
3
TLE
20
3.15
17
1.65
4
TEACHERS
147
169.08
17
28.51
4267
126.98
3659
43.21
34
4097
20.50
4017
20.1
98%
580
516
6
33.12
570
511
6
32.64
38.355
40.004
16.81
5 Training
In service (PS+UPS)
GRANTS
6
TLM Grant
7 School Grant
8 Maintenance Grant
9 BRC
38.70
243.12
98
99%
16%
13
Sanctioned
SN
Intervention
Phy.
Expenditure
Fin. (Rs.)
Phy.
Fin. (Rs.)
% of
expenditure
10 CRC
34
147.90
32
24.05
16%
11 LEP
4
15.00
1
15
100%
580
6.96
49
4.0332
58%
4
160.00
4
140
88%
3919
86.22
1406
33.267
39%
15 Girls Education
4
33.96
4
32.9
97%
16 ECCE
4
47.67
4 36.1162
76%
12 REMS
13 CAL
14 Interventions for CWSN
17
Intervention for SC / ST children
4
13.15
3
8.07
61%
18
Intervention for Minority Community
children
3
18.00
3
16.155
90%
14
SN
Intervention
19 SMC/PRI Training
20 Civil Works Construction
21 Management cost
22
Community Mobilization activities
(up to 0.5%)
23 Management & MIS
Total
Sanctioned
Phy.
Fin. (Rs.)
Expenditure
% of expenditure
Phy.
Fin. (Rs.)
6284
30.02
4902
13.654
45%
12476
671.32
12467
595.4
89%
4
100.00
4
53.7
54%
4
7.00
3
0.75
11%
1
37.50
1
37.36
100%
1229.03
60%
2034.68
15
252 covered under Special Training
227 mainstreamed
30 directly enrolled
Transport facility provided to 58 students
Learning materials developed for Spl.
Training
341 OoSC to be provided Spl. Training in
2013-14
16
B1. Improving infrastructure
437additional classrooms were constructed with SSA funds;
62classrooms construction is in pipeline.
Drinking water facilities provided in 392 schools and 4 in progress.
Toilets facilities constructed in 407schools .
6 new primary schools made operational
6BRCs and 25 CRCs were constructed and 9 are in progress.
Completed the construction of 6550 running meters of compound
wall
17
B2 IMPROVING LEARNING LEVEL OF STUDENTS
SABL adopted in all Tamil medium schools.
SABL cards in Tamil translated in English and to be implemented in
English medium schools from the year 2013-14.
CCE implemented in all Govt. schools. Related Manual Supplied to
Schools
CCE rank card developed by mentor teachers.
Drawing books designed and supplied for all students at primary
level.
18
1. Girl students
All schools in upper primary level with counselling assistants
to address their physio-psycho problems.
Girls in UP classes given Vocational skill development training
and LSD.
Field trips
19
Field trips & study tours
Summer camps for personality development.
Training programme for madarassa teachers
Parents camp for upper primary girl students
20
Puducherry is unique in having preprimary sections in all schools –
student strength is almost equal to
Standard I enrollment.
158 qualified teachers engaged at pre
primary sections
Attractive learning material and play
material supplied.
Health cards introduced.
21
Minimum of five computers to each
school having upper primary
sections.
Minimum of two computers to each
primary school.
Broad band internet facilities
provided to all primary & upper
primary schools.
AMC provided for 2248 computers
till last year.
48 Educational CDs produce and
supplied to schools.
SIT in 21 schools.
22
SMC constituted in 426 schools.
Out of school children were enrolled in school
by their friends (school going children)
CWSN children were identified and enrolled in
regular schools located nearly.
Children punishment in schools particularly in
private schools is minimized.
23
Undertaken in all the 4 districts.
RTE awareness meeting were organized for students,
teachers and parents in schools.
Various competitions were conducted for upper primary
students.
Selected students were allowed to speak in morning
assembly continuously 3/4 days about the RTE Act.
24
Mass Rally and street play were organized in habitation
area of the school. Volunteers distributed the notice to the
public.
Distribution of DVD to school about the RTE act and various
intervention songs and related power point presentations.
Peer group training and Role play were organized at block
level about the Shiksha ka Haq Abhiyan
25
Identification of children with
special needs (CWSN) through
medical camps.
Financial assistance for corrective
surgery.
Engagement of special teachers to
facilitate the learning of special
need children.
CBR volunteers from NGO’s visiting
home based students in regular
phase
Disabled friendly atmosphere
created in schools – Ramps & rails.
Mega sports meet exclusively for
disabled children -450 children
participated in 134 events.
26
Proposed
SN
Remarks
Phy.
I
ACCESS
1
Transport Facility
2
Special Training for mainstreaming of Out-ofSchool Children
II
RETENTION
3
Free Text Book
Braille Books
4
Recommended
Interventions
Provision of 2 sets of Uniform
Fin.(Rs)
71
2.13
341 20.46
91876 187.56
81
0.181
78967 373.18
Phy.
Fin.(Rs)
NIL
341
recommended at
3.41 the unit cost o
fRs.1000
Not recommended
as
UT
was
providing
NIL
81
NIL
0.181
Not recommended
as
UT
was
providing
27
SN
Interventions
Proposed
Recommended
Phy.
Fin.(Rs) Phy. Fin.(Rs)
III TEACHERS
5 Part time Art teachers
Part time health Edn.
Part time work Education
38
1
42
27.36
0.72
30.24
nil
nil
nil
6
Recurring (Primary)
13
46.8
11
7
Recurring ( Upper Primary)
6
24.48
06
IV
Training
Remarks
nilNot in existence
nilNot in existence
nilNot in existence
Recommended for
39.60 existing Trainings
only
Recommended as
24..48
proposed
In service (PS+UPS)
8
BRC level
4201
84.02
9
CRC level
4201
42.01
76
3.04
10 Training of BRC/CRC for 20 days
Recommended 05
4201 21.005 days
non
residential
Recommended
4201 8.402
02days
10
days
non
76
0.76 residential
is
recommended
28
SN
Interventions
Proposed
Phy.
Recommended
Fin.(Rs)
Phy.
Fin.(Rs)
Remarks
V
GRANTS
11
TLM Grant (P)
2574
12.87
nil
nil Not recommended
TLM Grant (UP)
1654
8.27
nil
nil Not recommended
School Grant (P)
School Grant (UP)
370
205
18.5
14.35
370
205
Schools Maintenance Grant(PS_337+UPS-175)
512
38.4
512
TLE Grant (P)
Nil
0
nil
nil Not recommended
TLE Grant (UP)
Nil
0
nil
nil Not recommended
14
BRCs salary
40
237.6
15
CRCs salary
34
178.5
12
13
16
LEP
17
REMS
18.5Recommended
14.35Recommended
Recommended
34.3
per norms
as
Recommended for
existing staff
Recommended for
34 160.072
existing staff
40 210.34
4
40
4
575
6.9
575
Recommended for
printing ABL cards
31.76
(EM), work books &
copy writing books
8.63 Recommended
29
SN
Interventions
Proposed
Recommended
Remarks
Phy.
Fin.(Rs) Phy. Fin.(Rs)
For
Not
different
200
nil
nil
Recommended
events
Recommended as
2180
65.4
2180
65.4
proposed
Not
4 53.16
NIL
Recommended
18
Computer Aided Learnig
19
Interventions for CWSN
20
Girls Education
21
ECCE
15
49.07
NIL
Not Recommended
22
Intervention for SC / ST children
15
26
NIL
Not Recommended
23
Intervention for Minority Community
children
5
4.6
NIL
Not Recommended
24
SMC/PRI Training
2630
7.89
25
Civil Works Construction
9302 274.883
Management cost
Community Mobilization activities (up to
27
0.5%)
28 Management & MIS
26
Total budget
4
3408
2630
90
8.749 3408
1
25
2260.5
Recommended as
proposed
Not
Recommended
90Recommended
7.89
NIL
6.82 Recommended
25Recommended
766.34
7
30
• Free Text Book - Rs.187.54 lakhs
• Uniform
- Rs.373.18 lakhs
• No fund sanctioned for Puducherry for RtE
implementation in the 13th Finance commission
award
• AMC
- Rs. 18.06 lakhs
• Internet charges - Rs. 13.06 lakhs if not provided
the computer supplied to schools will not serve the
purpose of its installation in schools.
Civil works
Details
Phy.
Fin.(Rs.)
9
75.849
10
84.276
30
1250
7.500
41.975
3
25.28292
8000
40.000
274.8831
• The above said proposals are essential from the
RtE context.
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ENR BY MEDIUM OF
INSTRUCTION IN
PERCENTAGE
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
English Medium
43.18
60.10
66.00
79.58
Other Medium
56.82
39.90
34.00
20.42
70%
20.42
39.90
80%
56.82
90%
34.00
100%
60%
Other Medium
20%
79.58
60.10
30%
43.18
40%
66.00
50%
English Medium
10%
0%
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
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