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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Priority Areas Under SSA
5-6 February 2008
Access at Primary Level.
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)
Source : AWP&B 2007-08
* Source : DISE 2006-07
Primary 3.82 Upper Primary - 4.13
* Source DISE 2006-07
Upper Primary Gender Gap > 20 pp
Gender gap in Primary and Upper Primary BothDistricts in Bihar & Rajasthan With High Gender Gap
States With Gap in Enrolment
Source : DISE 2006-07
Mid Term Achievement ( All Subjects)
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%
75 – 80%
80 – 90%
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%
75 – 80%
80 – 90%
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
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.