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AWP & B 2008-09 Priority Areas Under SSA. 5-6 February 2008. I Access. Access at Primary Level. 98% Habitations covered with schooling Facility . Up-gradation of EGS to PS 15 States have EGS running center more then 2 year

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AWP & B 2008-09

Priority Areas Under SSA

5-6 February 2008


I Access

Access at Primary Level.

  • 98% Habitations covered with schooling Facility.

  • Up-gradation of EGS to PS

    • 15 States have EGS running center more then 2 year

    • Orrissa – 10723Maharastra –8665Jammu & kashmir – 5896 Assam - 5870Uttar Pradesh - 4349


Access at Upper Primary Level

  • 90% Habitations covered with schooling Facility .Ratio of 2.5: 1 PS to UPS.

  • Highest ratio in

    WB(5.4:1)Ar. Pr(4.5:1)JKD (3.8:1)

    Assam (3.6:1)Meghalaya &Sikkim (3.5:1) Bihar (2.9:1)

    Goa (2.8:1)Uttar Pradesh & Uttarakhand (2.8:1)

    M.P. & Manipur (2.7:1)


II Universal Enrolment

  • Out of School Children (OoSC) to reduce from 76 lakh to zero

  • Highest OoSC are in

    • Bihar(2119584) West Bengal (1357601)

    • Orissa (537841)UP (785524).

  • 53 District with OoSC > 40, 000

    • Bihar 28

    • West Bengal15

    • UP4

    • Orrissa2

    • Assam1

    • Chattisgarh1

    • Haryana1

    • Karnataka1

Source : AWP&B 2007-08


Districts in Bihar & West Bengal With High OoSC


III Bridging Gender Gap

  • Share of Girls enrolment in Primary & Upper Primary to be increased according to their share in population

  • States with lower share of girls in enrolment

* Source : DISE 2006-07


Bridging Gender Gap Contd/ ...

  • Gender Gap in enrolment at National Level is

    Primary 3.82 Upper Primary - 4.13

  • 36 Distt. At Primary have Gender Gap More than 10 PP (48)

  • 48 Distt. At Upper Primary have Gender Gap More than 20 PP (81)

* Source DISE 2006-07


Primary Gender Gap > 10 pp

Upper Primary Gender Gap > 20 pp

Gender gap in Primary and Upper Primary Both

Districts in Bihar & Rajasthan With High Gender Gap


IV. Bridging Social Category Gap

States With Gap in Enrolment

SC

  • Chandigarh 11.84% enrolment against 17.5 % population

  • Delhi 10.04% enrolment against 16.90 % population

    ST

  • Anadaman & Nicobar Islands 7.92% enrolment against 8.3 % population

Source : DISE 2006-07


Bridging Social Category Gap Contd/…

Muslims : % Enrolment at Primary & Upper Primary

States Lakshadweep, Manipur, Mizoram & Tripura not Reported

Source : DISE 2006-07


Tracking Quality Outcomes

Mid Term Achievement ( All Subjects)

  • Improvement in learning achievement in all the subjects in class V.

  • Goa, HP, Gujarat, J& K, UP, Karnataka, Kerala, improved by more than 5% points

  • Arunachal pradesh, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Tamil Nadu, Manipur decreased by more than 5% points


  • Acquisition of Basic Literacy and Numeracy in Early Grades

  • KSQAO – Karnataka

  • ABL & ALM – Tamil Nadu

  • Aadhar – H P

  • CLAPS – Andhra Pradesh

  • Learning to Read – Orissa

  • GAP – Gujarat

  • Buniyad – Jharkhand

  • Read Chhattisgarh – Chhattisgarh

  • Reading Writing Campaign – M. Pradesh

  • Let’s talk - Nagaland

  • Nai Disha – UP

  • ILIP – West Bengal

  • Bidya Jyoti, LAP – Assam

  • Neev - Uttarakhand

Improving Quality: Learning Enhancement ProgrammesState Wide Programmes for Class I-III


State wise Competency and Facility Value (MAS)

MAS2008


State wise Competency and Facility Value (MAS)

MAS2008


Tracking Teacher and Student Attendance

Low student Attendance in Bihar(42), Uttar Pradesh (57), Rajasthan (63)

Low teacher attendance in Gujarat & MP (70), Chhatisgarh (75), Bihar (76)

Students Attendance 68.5%

Teacher Attendance 81.7%

Primary

< 75%

75 – 80%

80 – 90%

> 90%


Tracking Teacher and Student attendance

Low student Attendance in Bihar(37), U.P. (60), Orissa (69), M.P. & W.B. (70)

Low teacher attendance in Assam (52), MP (67), Chhatisgarh (73), Bihar (75)

Students Attendance 74.4%

Teacher Attendance 80.8%

Upper Primary

< 75%

75 – 80%

80 – 90%

> 90%


States with Parallel Implementation Structure at District Level

  • Andhra Pradesh

  • Chhattisgarh

  • Gujarat

  • M.P

  • Karnataka

  • Maharshtra

  • Sikkim

  • West Bengal


Special Focus Districts

  • Special Focus Districts (SFD) based on

  • Concentration of disadvantaged groups – SCs, STs, Minority

  • Border Area districts

  • Naxalite Affected districts and

  • Deficient in programme indicators.

  • Total 245 districts


Special Focus Districts

  • SFD – A

  • 245 districts

  • Infrastructure gap (Deficiency of ACR > 3,000)

  • Adverse PS: UPS Ratio

  • Provide upto 50% of outlay for civil constructions and address the shortage of ACR and upper primary school in the district.

  • SFD – B

  • 314 districts

  • SC & ST concentration more than 25%

  • Minority concentration districts (More than 20% muslims and PMs 15 point programmes districts)

  • Naxalite affected districts and border area districts


Special Focus Districts Contd/…

SFD – B

Address the requirements of children from socially disadvantaged groups in SC/ST/minority, OBC categories, across all SSA interventions.

Maximize all activities for promotion of education to SC/ST/Minority children and girls.

Improve the planning, implementation and monitoring and delivery mechanism.

SFD - C

127 districts

Districts more than 40,000 OoSC

Districts with gender gap > 10% point at primary and >20% at upper primary

Address the programme indicators showing deficit development.


Priority Areas for AWP & B 2008-09

  • Saturating the requirement of upper primary schools in all States.

  • Upgradation of all eligible EGS to Primary school in all States.

  • Enhancement of competencies

    • reading, writing, comprehension and basic mathematics in Grade-I to III.

    • science and mathematics in upper primary.

  • Reducing gender & social category disparity in enrolment in each District. ( Monitoring on equity issues)

  • Universal Enrolment and reduction in the number of out of school children.

  • CWSN: Efforts towards inclusion

  • Integration with mainstream education structure.


Priority Areas for AWP & B 2008-09 Cntd/…

  • Ensuring quality in the classroom process.

    • Capacity Building of teachers.

    • Completing Teacher recruitment.

    • Zero Single Teacher Schools

    • Rationalization of teachers deployment.

    • Ensuring teachers presence and regular system of recording teacher & students attendance.

    • Reviewing system of Teachers accountability.

    • Regular and reliable pupil assessment.

    • Remedial Teaching (Focus on repeaters and overage children)

    • Independent testing and evaluation


Priority Areas for AWP & B 2008-09 Cntd/…

  • NPEGEL – Projectisation at Block level to be done.

  • Completion of all spill over civil works by July 08.

  • State level plan to include capacity building for accounts staff, MIS personnel civil works staff.

  • State specific independent research on important aspects of SSA.


New SSA Norms

  • Subject specific teaching of Mathematics and Science at upper primary level

    • Of the three teacher sanctioned under SSA for every new upper primary school, one each will need to be a teacher with Mathematics and Science specific educational background

  • Learning Enhancement programme (LEP):

    • District/State specific Learning Enhancement Programme

    • Priority to enhance learning levels in language, mathematics and science

    • Upto 2% of district outlay

    • Detailed plan with clear base line and timelines


New SSA Norms Contd/…

3.Enhanced Costs

  • Free Text books at upper primary @ Rs 250 per child

  • TLE for new PS @ 20,000 per PS

  • School grants to PS @ Rs 5,000 per year and to UPS @ Rs 7,000 per year

  • Teacher training

    • In-service - 10 days at block level & above @ Rs 100 & 10 days at cluster level @ Rs 50 per teacher per day

    • Induction training & training of untrained teacher @ Rs 100 per day (State EC to decide on costing norms)

  • REMS

    • Rs 1,300 per school per year(State EC to decide on costing norms)

    • Involvement of SCERTs, DIETs and SIEMATs must

    • Each state to set up a research approval committee at the state level


  • New SSA Norms Contd/…

    • Innovations

      • Rs 1 crore per districts

      • Apart from CAL upto 4 projects in a districts, each with a cap of Rs 15 lakh

      • In project mode with clearly defined deliverable outcomes

      • Upto Rs 50 lakh for Computer Aided Learning (CAL)

        • Maximise coverage in UPS

        • Special emphasis on Science and Mathematics

      • 2 new categories can be covered under innovation

        • Educationally disadvantaged minorities to target the enchanced enrolment retention and completion of elementary education

        • Urban deprived children focusing on street children, migrant children, rag pickers


    New SSA Norms Contd/…

    • Construction of hostel in an existing UPS

      • In remote, hilly, desert,tribal blocks with population density < 20 person/km2.

    • Furniture to Government Upper Primary Schools

      • @ Rs.500 per child as a one time grant

      • Only to the districts with no infrastructure gap

    • Enhanced costs

      • Maintenance grant

        • Rs 5,000 upto 3 classroom and Rs 10,000 > 3 classrooms

        • Ceiling of Rs 7,500 per school in the district

      • BRC building @ Rs 8 lakh

      • CRC @ cost of additional classrooms

      • RBC @ Rs 10,000 per child per annum


    New SSA Norms Contd/…

    KGBV

    • Enlarged criterion(410 new KGBV)

      • Blocks with RFL <30%

      • Urban areas with FL > National Avg.

    • Enhanced costs

      • Non-recurring

        • Building

        • Boundary

        • Borewell

      • Recurring

        • Rents

        • Salary

        • Urdu Teacher as per state policies and need in muslim minority areas

    • Proposal of new KGBV with AWP & B


    THANKS


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