Presentation On Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, Punjab

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Census 2001

Census 2011

+/-

Population Total

2.43 crore

2.77 crore

+ 0.34 crore

Decadal Growth Rate

20.10

13.73

- 6.37

Total Male Population

1.29 crore

1.46 crore

+ 0.17 crore

Total Female Population

1.13 crore

1.30 crore

+ 0.17 crore

Sex Ratio(No. of Females per 1000 males)

876

893

+ 17

Child Sex Ratio (0-6 age)

798

846

+ 48

Census 2001

Census 2011

+/-

Overall Literacy Rate

69.7

76.7

+ 7.0

Male Literacy Rate

75.2

81.5

+ 6.3

Female Literacy Rate

63.4

71.3

+ 7.9

2011-12

2012-13

GER (Primary)

94.23

104.78

GER (Upper Primary)

76.79

96.46

NER (Primary)

87.27

90.45

NER (Upper Primary)

70.47

81.90

Dropout Rate (Primary)

2.01

1.65

Dropout Rate (Upper Primary)

1.51

0.01

Retention Rate (Primary)

97.99

98.35

Retention Rate (Upper Primary)

98.49

100.01

Transition Rate from Primary to Upper Primary

98.41

99.33

Indicators

Fig. In Crores Year

Annual Work Receipt of funds Plan (AWP&B)

Expenditure

% Achievement against (AWP)

2002-03

142.14

114.58

66.9

47.07

2003-04

200.58

95.59

44.5

22.19

2004-05

199.52

57.34

87.81

44.01

2005-06

225.82

195.79

118.36

52.41

2006-07

232.78

155.07

157.7

67.75

2007-08

184.89

149.62

153.05

82.77

2008-09

265.1

197.58

285.58

107.72

2009-10

369.12

377.45

296.77

80.39

2010-11

688.95

517.96

432.15

62.72

2011-12

1051.96

618.14

761.69

72.40

2012-13

1066.53

710.58

710.48

66.62

Fig. In Lacs Target

S.No

Achievement

Fin

Reported Expenditure (in Lacs)

% age of expenditure to approved budget

Activity

1

SSA

1048.65

701.80

66.92

2

NPEGEL

6.10500

6.10500

100.00

3

KGBV Financial Provision

1782.03000

863.04453

48.43

106653.12500

71048.91407

66.62

Grand Total

Vidyak Calender 2013-14

- A project "Udaan" is launched in district Sangrur on pilot basis to enhance general knowledge of students of govt. schools. - Questions based upon general knowledge are sent to the schools by mail. - These questions are pasted on notice board and students note them. - Based upon these questions, quarterly competitions are conducted. - Positive response is received from students and teachers for this project.

Before surgery

After surgery

S. No.

Head

Spill Over

Fresh

Total

1

SSA

15321.342

176022.719

191344.061

2

KGBV

330.140

514.225

844.365

15651.482

176536.94

192188.426

Total

SNo.

Financial Recommendation for 2013-14

Category

I

Access

1

Civil Works

2

Residential Schools

0.000

3

Residential Hostels

140.450

4

Transport/Escort Facility

5

Special training for mainstreamed children in age appropriate class

469.610

Sub Total

6052.549

5442.489

0.000

SNo.

Financial Recommendation for 2013-14

Category

II

Retention

6

Textbooks

1532.285

7

Uniforms

6862.252

8

TLE for new schools

9

IE

10

KGBV

24.900 3059.520 844.365 Sub Total

12323.322

SNo.

Quality

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

Teacher's Salary Teachers’ Training Academic Support through BRC/URC CRC Libraries in schools Teachers Grant School Grant Maintenance Grant LEP REMS Innovation for CAL Innovation Fund SMC/PRI Training Community Mobilization Sub Total Programme Management Grand Total

IV

Financial Recommendation for 2013-14 38703.420 584.485 4815.867 5938.874 0.000 0.000 4747.600 1388.840 330.000 218.098 0.000 356.000 196.470 0.000 57279.655 3815.579 79471.104

Total Recommended Outlay S. No.

Head Spill Over

Fresh

Total

1

SSA

4677.674

73949.065

78626.739

2

KGBV

330.140

514.225

844.365

Total

5007.814

74463.290

79471.104

Reiterating the proposal of some of the issues where appraisal team has some reservation for

recommendations.

Learning Enhancement Program Primary Education Innovative, qualitative, joyful and creative learning has always been the moto of SSA Punjab. So, in the year 2012 SSA Punjab initiated PERVESH (Primary Vidya Sudhar) project based on Creative Learning Model(CLM) of education for class I to V. Under this project the baseline test was conducted in the month of August 2012. After the baseline test appropriate training was provided to the teachers for use of the supplementary reading material. Monitoring and onsite support was provided to the teachers and the progress was evident…..

70.00 59.25

60.00

53.08

52.48

50.00 40.00

36.67

38.01

35.65

Series1 Series2

30.00 17.39

20.00

18.67

10.00

0.00 1

1. Punjabi: 16.41%

2

3

4

2. Math: 23.60% 3. English:20.62% 4. Hindi: 33.81%

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Activity & Creativity based training. Onsite training & support to the teacher by PERVESH District Coordinators and PERVESH Block Coordinators. Regular Monitoring of school activities. Text books oriented colourful and graded printed supplementary reading material for children. Learning level appropriate treatment to every child. Establishment of State Resource Group, District Resource Group and Block Resource Group for implementation of the project at various levels. Monthly review meetings at State level and at District level with DEO(EE), DIET principals and BPEOs with PERVESH team.

Funds Requirement under LEP Primary Education Activities

Type of Material

Unit Cost

PARVESH (Primary Vidya Sudhar Project)

Supplementary Reading Material, Rs. 100/Pervesh Bal Pustika, Art Book, per child Education Calendar, Evaluation Register & Tools

Budget (in lacs) 697.63

Education Through Preparing CDs based on CLM Rs. 200/Multimedia, Radio Model for e.g. Punjabi Gyan, per School Programme Punjabi Rhymes, English Rhymes, Lesson Plan etc.

26.60

Total Budget proposed

724.23

PAB may like to consider and approve the above budget.

Learning Enhancement Program Upper Primary Education  Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) of the

students’ progress & to develop competitive skills.  To develop 4 language skills among the students i.e.

(LSRW) listening, speaking, reading & writing.  To develop computational, logical & reasoning skills and

to enhance their ability to use mathematics in daily life.

• • • • • • •

ENGLISH Teacher Manual of English Lesson Flash Cards for English prose& poetry Vowel & Consonant Cards of English Word Pitara Cards of English Grammar Flash Cards of English Pictionary Cornucopia (A book on activities to teach English)

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Mathematics Flash Cards (Content based) Activity note book Maths kits Teachers manual Cornucopia (A book on activities to teach Mathematics) Charts Posters of famous mathematicians

STUDENTS PERFORMING MATHEMATICS ACTIVITIES

Learning Enhancement Program Upper Primary Education Activities

Type of Material

Unit Cost

Budget (in lacs)

Uddaan Project

Strengthening of english, maths, science, S.studies

20/- per child*7.50,000

150,00

Strengthening of Strengthening of existing English and Mathematics and Maths corners English

6252 schools*2000

125.04

Calendar Activities

@Rs 20 per child* 7,50,000

English, Mathematics, Science, Sst

150.00

Bilingual Pocket Dictionary NCERT science Kit

@Rs 30 per child *7,50,000 225.00 For middle schools

@Rs 6518 *2927 190.78

Map Activity

@Rs 10 * 7,50,000 75.00

Rmanujan centre material

At cluster Level

@9600*1499 143.90

Total Budget proposed 1059.73

PAB may like to consider and approve the above budget.

Learning Enhancement Program Innovation in Science To inculcate science aptitude in children and to promote practical work in science subject, state is going to initiate the concept of mobile science and establishing science centre so that tiny toddlers can enjoy the science through fun and can up-to-date their knowledge in science and can thus innovate their ideas & young scientists can be prepared. Major Activities

Type of material

Coverage

Unit –cost

Total cost

Setting of Mobile Science Van And setting of one Science Center to promote scientific aptitude amongst students

Mobile Van with well equipped Science lab and one Science Center per district

142 blocks 22 districts 6252 schools 746263 students

52.62 per district

1157.64

PAB may like to consider and approve the above budget.

Children with Special Needs who are out-of-school • CWSN who are enrolled in schools are reflected in DISE. • Children with severe & profound disabilities are covered under Home Based Education. • Some educable CWSN who can be covered under the school system are still out of school at present. • However, the Appraisal Team has not recommended any budget for these out-of-school CWSN: neither under STR component nor under IE. • In this scenario, the outlook for these out-of-school CWSN remains bleak. • PAB may kindly allocate budget for these 5448 CWSN @ Rs. 6000/- per child unit cost, totaling Rs. 326.88 lakhs, so that there is no partiality against these CWSN.

Salary of Staff working at SPO, DPO and BRC Level • The salary at revised rates for staff working at SPO & DPO has been proposed under Management Cost and the same is approved by the EC under AWP&B 2013-14. • Salary at revised rates for staff (MIS Coordinators, Accountants, Data Entry Operators) working at BRC level has been proposed for this year. Salary of Block MIS Coordinators at revised rates had already been approved by the PAB last year. • The State proposal of Rs. 44.22 Cr for Management Cost may please be considered and approve. Appraisal team has recommended only 32.43 Cr for Management & MIS head. • PAB may also like to consider and approve the salary at revised of MIS Coordinators (Rs.25000/-), Accountants (Rs.25000/-), Data Entry Operators (Rs.22000/-) working at BRC level.

Civil Works • State proposal for following civil works items which are utmost required and have not been recommended by appraisal team :-

ACRs Girls Toilet Drinking Water Major Repair for

-

4729 1007 11 1269 Classrooms

• PAB may like to consider and approve the same as these civil work interventions are very much required to fill the infrastructure gap.

Uniforms • Appraisal team has recommended funds for uniforms @ Rs.400/- per child which is not sufficient to purchase full set of uniforms. • An amount of Rs.1000/- per child is required to give following items under uniforms :Boys

Girls

Cost per item

Trouser & Shirt

Salwar Suit

Rs. 500/-

Turban

Dupatta

Rs. 100/-

Shoes and Socks

Shoes and Socks

Rs. 200/-

Sweater

Sweater

Rs. 200/-

Total

Rs. 1000/-

PAB is requested to consider the above rate and approve the same for APL General & BC Boys also.

Thank You….

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