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  1. Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, Kerala

  2. WELCOME SSA, Kerala Namasthe

  3. Kerala • Historically education was assigned importance • Literacy rate of 94% (Males 96%, Female 91%) • Near 100% enrollment in schools • Lowest dropout rate • Aided sector (Private investment) playing a crucial role • Pockets of illiteracy in inaccessible areas • Poor quality infrastructure • Quality issues • SSA an important tool for the Government to address these issues

  4. SSA Approved Outlay 2013-14 40294.21lakhs Fund Availability – 2013-14 as on 31.1.2014

  5. Activities for 2013-14

  6. Free Text Books • State Government supports text books for Standard 1 • SSA supports text books for standard 2 to 8 Expenditure as on 31.01.2014 Rs. in lakhs

  7. School Maintenance Grant Rs. in lakhs Expenditure as on 31.01.2014 • Maintenance Grant is distributed to 5833 units • The fund is utilized completely for the repairing of School buildings.

  8. School Grant Expenditure as on 31.01.2014 Rs. in lakhs

  9. BRCs/URCs Expenditure as on 31.01.2014 Rs. in lakhs CRCs Expenditure as on 31.01.2014 Rs. in lakhs

  10. Teacher Training Expenditure as on 31.01.2014 Vacation Training : Also called CTTP Rs. in lakhs A five days comprehensive teacher training programme (CTTP) was imparted to all the teachers from Std I to Std VIII on the topic of Management skills with an objective of converting our to Millennium teachers and our schools to centres of quality 2013,

  11. The Module comprised of the following sessions. • Managing self and others • Positive attitude • Time management • Problems solving • Stress management • Team building and collaboration • Creativity & Innovation. • Values &ethics • Visionary • Stake holder interaction • Emotional balance and Empathy • Motivation • Presentation skills & Behavioral skills.

  12. A two days cluster training was imparted to all LP and UP teachers on the topic of ‘CCE’- Continuous and Comprehensive evaluation in July 2013. The training gave a clear-cut direction to the teachers regarding the fruitful use of the handbook “Padavukal’ (on CEE) developed by SCERT. The module of CCE training emphasises on the three aspects of assessment. • assessment of learning • assessment for learning and • assessment as learning CCE Training

  13. IEDC Expenditure as on 31.01.2014 Rs. in lakhs

  14. IEDC • Survey conducted in all elementary schools • 1618 Resource Teachers in position • 480 HB Volunteers in position • 1,80,422 CWSN identified • VI 79943, HI 14524, SI 8389,OI 11516, • MR 35694, CP 4843, MD 5959, LD 23440 Autism 2582 • 1208 Medical Camps conducted • Implemented Remedial Teaching and Parental education in 1385 CRCs • Therapeutic services and HBE in all CRCs • Three day special training to 12,000 teachers

  15. Rs. in lakhs Civil Works

  16. Civil Works Expenditure as on 31.01.2014 Rs. in lakhs

  17. Dilapidated Primary School building - All works (10) in progress • Dilapidated Upper Primary School building – 19 works in progress • Ramps with handrails – All spill over works Completed • CWSN friendly Toilets -1039 works completed, 31 works in progress • Drinking Water Facility (for Urban Area Only) – 56 works completed • Major Repair for Primary Schools – 244 works completed, 316 works in progress • Major Repair for Upper Primary Schools – 142 works completed, 126 works in progress

  18. Front view of a school after major repairs GLPS Ponnadu

  19. Child friendly elements in the outer space of a school GMLPS Ambalappuzha

  20. A toilet and urinal GUPS Pattazhi GLPS Aruikkara

  21. Uniform HIGH LIGHTS Beneficiaries All Girls/SC Boys/ST Boys/BPL Boys Expenditure as on 31.01.2014 Rs. in lakhs

  22. Two sets of uniforms for all girls, and children belonging to SC/ST/BPL families in Government schools within a ceiling of Rs. 400/- per child per annum.

  23. Research & Evaluation Expenditure as on 31.01.2014 Rs. in lakhs

  24. Management Cost ( District) Expenditure as on 31.01.2014 Rs. in lakhs

  25. Community Mobilization • ‘Pravesanothsavam’ • Designing, Printing and Distribution of posters & banners • Campaigning for total enrolment • Welcome programmes for children - School level, Panchayath level, Block level & District level. • State level Programme – Govt. GHSS, Meenchantha, Kozhikkode Expenditure as on 31.01.2014 Rs. in lakhs

  26. State level Inauguration Pravesanothsavam’

  27. State level Inauguration Pravesanothsavam’

  28. Community Training • SMC training • SRG & DRG over • SMC training will be completed Expenditure as on 31.01.2014 Rs. in lakhs

  29. State Project Office Expenditure as on 31.01.2014 Rs. in lakhs

  30. AWP&B Proposal for 2014-15

  31. Quality Plan - Kerala

  32. Thrust areas of Kerala Quality plan • Strengthening Mathematics learning • Enhancing science and language learning • Working on students' talents • Fine-tuning CCE • Reaching the unreached • Capacity building of structures and personnel for pedagogic improvement

  33. LEP (Learning Enhancement Programme) • Require more funds for pedagogic improvement

  34. LEP- Proposal for the Programme in Class I and II

  35. LEP- Proposal for the programme in Class III, VI and V

  36. LEP- Proposal for the programme in Class VI, VII and VIII

  37. LEP- Proposal for the programme in Class VI, VII and VIII

  38. Teacher Training Issues Curriculum revision needs quality academic support. So 10 days BRC and 5 days CRC level training needed.

  39. Computer Aided Learning • Proposed to setup CAL Centre in one UP School in each BRC • Some schools required computers based on enrollment • Third Party Evaluation will be done within three months

  40. Computer Aided Learning • CAL training cannot be done under BRC level Teacher training. • Funds for Teacher Training is allocated only for specific activities • AMC/Hardware Clinic is necessary for proper maintenance of Computers in UP Schools

  41. Block Resource Centre (BRC) • 169 BRCs may be sanctioned so that the no. of BRCs will be co-terminus with the number of educational sub districts.

  42. Innovative Activities

  43. Infrastructure

  44. Civil Works