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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
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 – 10723 Maharastra –8665 Jammu & kashmir – 5896 Assam - 5870 Uttar Pradesh - 4349
access at upper primary level
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
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 Bengal 15
    • UP 4
    • Orrissa 2
    • Assam 1
    • Chattisgarh 1
    • Haryana 1
    • Karnataka 1

Source : AWP&B 2007-08

iii bridging gender gap
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
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

districts in bihar rajasthan with high gender gap

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
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

muslims enrolment at primary upper primary

Bridging Social Category Gap Contd/…

Muslims : % Enrolment at Primary & Upper Primary

States Lakshadweep, Manipur, Mizoram & Tripura not Reported

Source : DISE 2006-07

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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
improving quality learning enhancement programmes state wide programmes for class i iii

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

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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%

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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
States with Parallel Implementation Structure at District Level
  • Andhra Pradesh
  • Chhattisgarh
  • Gujarat
  • M.P
  • Karnataka
  • Maharshtra
  • Sikkim
  • West Bengal
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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
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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
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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.

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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.
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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
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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.
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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