Chapter – 4 Highlights of 2014 Budget and Fiscal Activities

4.1 Introduction

With the initiative of GOI, Tamil Nadu have been implementing SSA since 2002-2003 and in the current year, the Mission is entering the twelfth year of implementation. Overall activities planned and budget required for the year 2014-15 are presented in this chapter. The sharing pattern between GOI and GOTN during the XI Plan period and for the years 2012-13 to 2014-15 are presented below. Ratio

Year

GOI 65 65 60 65 65 65 65 65

2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15

GOTN 35 35 40 35 35 35 35 35

The Centre is assisting the States by allowing Grants-in-aid under the Head of Account 2202-01 Elementary Education through XIII Finance Commission at 15% of the State share. For the XII Plan period the GOI have earmarked a sum of Rs.700 crore as 13th FC Award, to be released every year as follows:13th Finance Commission Award Year 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 Total

Amount (Rs. in crore) 111 126 141 158 164 700

The year-wise details of budget, receipt and expenditure and percentage of expenditure are as follows. The purpose and approval of the AWP&B-2014-15:

The rationale of this annual action plan 2014-15 is to sketch out the program priorities and activities to be funded in 2014-15. The strategic objectives, priorities and activities are systematically done as envisaged in the projections.

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Table – 1 Budget Outlay from 2001 to 2013 (Rs.in Crores) Year

2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14

PAB

Releases

Approved

GOI

GOTN

77.71 184.22 404.93 449.05 487.82 732.59 702.71 902.64 862.30 1479.41 1891.42 4 1988.24 1771.54

33.03 135.27 105.06 271.61 353.29 380.35 531.25 212.76 483.66 690.68 681.41 716.37

5.83 45.09 35.02 105.29 103.01 175.97 238.61 115.82 315.51 367.48 359.53 349.98

753.79 9999

300.91

O. B.

Other Receipts

Total Receipt

Exp.

0.00 32.71 113.0 3 22.63 33.06 17.27 4.70 181.5 4 45.64 70.52 58.43 69.07 184.7 5

0.00 1.80 1.48 2.13 5.15 7.83 6.92 1.03 6.33 11.50 13.28 10.95 4.22

38.86 214.87 254.59 401.66 494.51 581.42 781.48 511.15 851.15 1251.20 1226.62 1287.38

0.00 101.83 237.31 369.92 477.24 563.79 614.93 494.70 781.57 1193.70 1168.17 1103.18

% of Exp. To AWP&B

% of Exp. To Receipts

0% 55% 59% 82% 98% 77% 88% 63% 91% 81% 62% 55%

0% 47% 93% 92% 97% 97% 79% 97% 92% 95% 95% 86%

1243.62 1185.04 67%. 85% st *Upto 31 January 2014 22

Audit of VECs receiving more than Rs.1.00 Lakh In order to carry out Audit of VECs, as per Government of India‟s amended clause for VECs which received more than Rs.1.00 lakh, 14 Chartered Accountants have been appointed exclusively for the audit exercise of 3983 VECs. They have completed their audit and submitted the report for the year 2012-13. It is pertinent to mention here that though Government of India insisted to audit one-third of the VECs which received more than Rs.1.00 lakh during the year, the State has covered 100% audit in the year itself thereby taking appropriate action wherever deficiencies are noticed by the chartered accountants. This system of 100% Audit coverage has been appreciated by the World Bank procurement Auditors and they have suggested that Government of India could follow this in all the States as well. To carryout VEC audit, Audit fee of Rs. 900/- per VEC plus reimbursement of other tangible expenditure incidental to the audit are given. Audit of Books and Accounts of the Society With the intention of completing Statutory Audit of State and District offices,14 Chartered Accountants have been appointed and their audit report and approved Annual Accounts for the year 2012-2013 were prepared well within the time limit and therefore this Society is able to submit the report to the Ministry within the stipulated time limit. www.tnkalvi.com

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So as to cover this audit, statutory auditors have been paid at the rate of Rs.3500/- per one crore of expenditure, excluding reimbursement of SSA Teachers Salary plus other incidental expenditure to audit. For the year 2013-14, 14 Chartered Accountant Firm from the empanelled list of C&AG would be got approved in the Executive Committee Meeting. Expression of Interest will be obtained from the same 14 Chartered Accountant Firms for the year 2013-14. The final list would be placed for approval in the next Executive Committee Meeting of SSA, TamilNadu. Accounting System Tamil Nadu is ground breaking in computerized account system, District Office and Block Office have computerized transactions that are prepared through Tally which is in practice for the past seven years. This leads to submission of financial requirement data to MHRD and to Ed.cil New Delhi in Time and the data will be accurate. Web Portal Web-portal has been created and the Quarterly reports are generated and furnished to all concerned (GOI & GOTN) at regular periodical (Quarterly) intervals and improvements are made on the basis of discussions and suggestions made in the Quarterly Review Meetings. Teachers Salary Under this component revised unit cost for Primary Teachers, Primary Head Teacher ,Upper Primary Teacher and Upper Primary Head Teacher is proposed for AWP&B 2014-15 as follows Sec. grade assistant

Graduate assistant

Rs. 5200 - 20200 + GP 2800 (in Rs.) Basic Pay 5200 Grade Pay 2800 Addl.inc for higher .qual.(6%) 480 DA @ 110% 9328 HRA 1200 CCA 175 MA 100 Total pay per month 19283 Rounded off 19300 Unit cost per annum 231600

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9300 4600 834 16207 1400 250 100 32691 32700 392400

Primary Head Teacher

Upper Primary Head Teacher

Rs. 9300- 34800 + GP 4500 (in Rs.)

Rs. 9300- 34800 + GP 4800 (in Rs.)

Basic Pay

9300

Basic Pay

9300

Grade Pay

4500

Grade Pay

4800

Addl.inc for higher .qual.(6%) DA @ 110%

828

Addl.inc for higher .qual.(6%)

16090

846

DA @ 110%

16440

HRA

1400

HRA

1400

CCA

250

CCA

250

MA

100

MA

100

Total pay per month

32468

Total pay per month

33136

Rounded off

32500

Rounded off

33200

Unit cost per annum

390000

Unit cost per annum

398400

As all PAB approved /Sanctioned primary and upper primary teacher posts have been filled up it is requested to consider and approve the Teachers salary at above Unit costs. As the government of Tamil Nadu is dedicated in implementing the RTE Act 2009 in all its essence and spirit, the Teachers are Recruited based on Teacher Eligibility Test. A total of 17710 Primary and Upper primary Teachers have been recruited in December 2012. ,resulting in filling up of all vacancies Further ,apart from filling up of SSA teacher vacancies ,to meet the RTE Act 2009Government of Tamil Nadu have additionally recruited 9832 Teacher posts after conducting Teacher Eligibility Test as per RTE Act 2009.

As recruitment has been done in December 2012 to all Primary and Upper Primary Teachers Posts previously sanctioned up to and for 2012-13 the now proposed unit cost may be approved as shown in the above table for the year 2014-15.

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Table – 2 No. of Part-time Instructors sanctioned in Upper Primary Schools where admission of children is above one hundred as per RTE Act in 2010-11

S.No.

District

1 Chennai 2 Coimbatore 3 Cuddalore 4 Dharmapuri 5 Dindigul 6 Erode 7 Kancheepuram 8 Kanyakumari 9 Karur 10 Krishnagiri 11 Madurai 12 Nagapattinam 13 Namakkal 14 Perambalur 15 Pudukkottai 16 Ramanathapuram 17 Salem 18 Sivagangai 19 Thanjavur 20 Theni 21 The Nilgiris 22 Tiruchirappalli 23 Thirunelveli 24 Thiruvallur 25 Tiruvannamalai 26 Thiruvarur 27 Thoothukkudi 28 Vellore 29 Villupuram 30 Virudhunagar Grand Total

ART Education 105 385 227 162 159 212 250 89 96 195 159 178 128 151 168 87 220 85 155 89 46 185 127 268 308 136 30 335 402 116 5253

Sanctioned Work PET Education 104 117 385 394 228 251 179 194 164 172 204 231 262 274 95 99 99 104 208 224 167 181 181 188 132 148 163 172 182 189 86 94 209 336 85 95 158 209 90 95 45 54 185 194 130 138 268 273 315 321 142 155 41 55 358 400 405 414 122 133 5392 5904

Total 326 1164 706 535 495 647 786 283 299 627 507 547 408 486 539 267 765 265 522 274 145 564 395 809 944 433 126 1093 1221 371 16549

Source: Supplementary AWP&B 2010-11 & Monthly Review Report

A total of 16,549 part-time instructor posts have been sanctioned to Upper Primary schools, for classes 6 to 8 where admission of children is above one hundred . The fulfill RTE mandate to enable children to be efficient in co-curricular activites16549 Part-time Instructors post have been sanctioned for Art Education, Physical Education and Work Education.

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The task of engaging the Part-time Instructors have been entrusted to the District Selection Committee Part-time Instructors under Work Education belong to six different categories: 

Tailoring



Music (vocal and Instrumental)



Computer Application



Life Skill and Communication



Masonry



Horticulture

In the PAB minutes for AWP&B 2013-14,approval has been accorded for salary to 15169 Part Time Instructors with assurance that salary will be sanctioned to the remaining 1380 posts, soon after filling up these posts. The Appointing authorities of the Districts have completed the selection process for 16549 posts so as to fill up the vacant posts after obtaining funds for their salaries.

Salary for Part Time Instructors was being approved by PAB at Unit Cost of Rs.5000 per month right from the Supplementary AWP&B 2010-11 .Since the part time Instructors are appointed in working in the last three years their pay can be raised from Rs 5000 to 7000 for the year 2014-15.

4.2. Activity-wise Budget Proposals - 2014-2015 4.2.1 New Schools In the current year, the GIS based school mapping exercise has been commenced in SSA to ascertain the actual status of schooling access in all the habitations of the State. As a result of which 732 habitations have been identified as eligible to open new primary school and 330 existing primary schools are eligible to upgrade into upper primary schools as envisaged in the RTE norms. The above proposals have been prioritized based on the population concentration of the habitations as well as SC/ST representation therein. Accordingly it has been planned to propose 226 eligible habitations for opening of new primary schools and 88 existing primary schools for upgrading into upper primary schools. The Costing for the appointment of Teachers, construction of new www.tnkalvi.com

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buildings and TLE for these schools have been worked out to include in the AWP&B 2014-15. For the remaining proposals of new primary schools in eligible habitations and upgrading existing primary schools into upper primary schools will be proposed in a phased manner in the forth coming years. The table below describes the district-wise number of schools planned to be proposed for AWP&B 2014-15 Table - 3 The district wise no. of new schools proposed for 2014-15

S.No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Total

District Chennai Coimbatore Cuddalore Dharmapuri Dindigul Erode Kancheepuram Kanyakumari Karur Krishnagiri Madurai Nagapattinam Namakkal Perambalur Pudukkottai Ramanathapuram Salem Sivagangai Tanjore The Nilgiris Theni Thiruvannamalai Thiruvarur Thiruvallur Tiruchirappalli Tirunelveli Tuticorin Vellore Villupuram Virudhunagar

New schools to be proposed for 20142015 PS UPS 0 0 4 2 2 0 7 0 20 12 16 2 10 5 0 0 9 1 18 7 5 4 0 0 7 1 5 3 10 4 7 3 5 1 6 0 1 0 1 2 4 1 11 6 9 4 7 4 4 2 9 1 7 5 25 14 10 3 7 1 226 88 Source: School Mapping Exercise 2014-15

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Table - 4 No. of New Primary & Upper Primary Schools and Teachers Proposed

S. No.

Districts

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Total

Chennai Coimbatore Cuddalore Dharmapuri Dindigul Erode Kancheepuram Kanyakumari Karur Krishnagiri Madurai Nagapattinam Namakkal Perambalur Pudukkottai Ramanathapuram Salem Sivagangai Tanjore The Nilgiris Theni Thiruvannamalai Thiruvarur Thiruvallur Tiruchirappalli Tirunelveli Tuticorin Vellore Villupuram Virudhunagar

Proposal for 2014-15 New Schools Upper Primary Primary

New Teachers Upper Primary Primary

0 4 2 7 20 16 10 0 9 18 5 0 7 5 10 7 5 6 1 1 4 11 9 7 4 9 7 25 10 7 226

0 8 4 14 40 32 20 0 18 36 10 0 14 10 20 14 10 12 2 2 8 22 18 14 8 18 14 50 20 14 452

0 2 0 0 12 2 5 0 1 7 4 0 1 3 4 3 1 0 0 2 1 6 4 4 2 1 5 14 3 1 88

0 6 0 0 36 6 15 0 3 21 12 0 3 9 12 9 3 0 0 6 3 18 12 12 6 3 15 42 9 3 264

In continuation of the above, it is proposed to appoint 452 teacher posts for new primary schools and 264 teachers post for the upgraded schools.

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Table – 5

Proposals for Transport/Escort facilities for 2014-15

235 299 141 222 336 147 442 388 113 809 282 282 385 1009 304 364 838 194 126 1086 272 303 169 185 409 367 118 699 471 241 11236

8 97 0 1 5 1 22 4 18 3 2 30 30 12 4 2 0 10 2 1 5 4 2 8 249 7 5 1 7 5 545

82 129 0 65 0 0 0 60 0 1 7 0 28 28 84 3 7 40 696 0 0 37 45 0 20 4 0 7 0 225 99 170 0 58 115 67 97 11 30 61 441 0 67 54 0 72 219 0 37 24 20 12 37 0 2 0 0 2 47 467 2 3 23 124 0 156 31 30 0 13 22 0 134 0 0 75 65 0 15 8 0 10 104 125 87 212 0 5 40 0 1942 1882 1237

219 162 60 9 145 51 718 86 42 235 271 270 168 514 125 293 81 59 4 517 33 284 63 43 383 147 28 240 306 50 5606

TOTAL

0 10 0 127 114 45 0 31 0 657 0 57 229 0 0 0 568 0 0 1003 160 0 0 0 0 0 0 381 0 0 3382

Total Escort

176 142 141 93 166 99 176 254 63 141 216 150 77 906 170 294 235 156 120 73 62 148 102 161 153 211 101 308 356 183 5633

Total Transport

55 62 0 1 51 2 242 99 30 6 49 54 72 93 128 69 35 25 4 8 35 154 65 18 92 150 10 6 109 45 1769

Total

4 85 0 1 5 1 24 4 20 5 17 21 7 10 6 1 0 13 2 2 15 1 2 6 164 6 7 4 6 13 452

others

569 853 71 158 285 68 618 218 250 124 95 88 273 170 125 596 318 84 220 606 22 419 293 369 442 429 34 174 385 50 8406

Multiple Disability

0 733 0 0 78 57 190 130 0 0 14 16 28 0 0 0 212 0 22 577 0 278 0 326 0 282 0 57 0 0 3000

Total

131 20 0 141 115 6 416 49 208 80 68 25 110 103 54 478 48 62 196 25 11 5 201 22 59 65 25 104 311 38 3176

other s

Total

301 25 71 15 89 4 5 37 24 40 10 42 105 65 67 108 51 12 1 2 9 135 90 13 134 75 2 11 67 5 1615

other CWSN

other than

137 75 0 2 3 1 7 2 18 4 3 5 30 2 4 10 7 10 1 2 2 1 2 8 249 7 7 2 7 7 615

909

Upper Primary CWSN

Multiple Disability

other CWSN

602 2105 278 665 572 286 1237 779 386 217 425 273 259 695 356 328 508 232 302 1721 90 1230 473 1262 448 718 331 520 684 287 18269

Multiple Disability

0 1709 46 315 85 136 349 347 0 0 48 25 20 0 0 0 135 0 61 1655 0 806 0 1013 0 288 0 92 0 0 7130

Primary CWSN

Blind

Total

258 229 68 273 98 130 26 322 99 383 3 146 5 875 99 326 50 316 29 183 41 331 30 210 67 165 104 585 128 222 43 277 35 327 25 194 1 239 2 61 14 68 192 231 111 360 18 225 92 192 150 274 54 269 10 414 97 580 45 229 1994 8636

others

115 55 4 2 5 1 8 7 20 5 5 8 7 6 6 8 11 13 1 3 8 1 2 6 164 6 8 4 7 13 509

other CWSN

155 75 127 70 64 21 369 88 158 103 75 74 188 160 125 300 121 15 70 267 22 124 162 104 224 28 37 44 691 48 4109

Multiple Disability

155 238 112 188 91 27 713 191 2329 140 73 99 158 261 200 291 162 33 75 426 58 170 217 84 235 39 176 43 708 143 7835

Upper Primary CWSN

CWSN Blind

Upper Primary

Chennai Coimbatore Cuddalore Dharmapuri Dindigul Erode Kancheepuram Kanyakumari Karur Krishnagiri Madurai Nagapattinam Namakkal Perambalur Pudukkottai Ramanathapuram Salem Sivagangai Tanjore The Nilgiris Theni Thiruvannamalai Thiruvarur Thiruvallur Tiruchirappalli Tirunelveli Tuticorin Vellore Villupuram Virudhunagar Total

Primary 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

District

Blind

Primary S.No.

No. of children to be covered under Escort Facility

other CWSN

No. of children to be covered under Transport Facility

Blind

No. of Habitations to be covered

1171 2958 349 823 857 354 1855 997 636 341 520 361 532 865 481 924 826 316 522 2327 112 1649 766 1631 890 1147 365 694 1069 337 26675

454 461 201 231 481 198 1160 474 155 1044 553 552 553 1523 429 657 919 253 130 1603 305 587 232 228 792 514 146 939 777 291 16842

1625 3419 550 1054 1338 552 3015 1471 791 1385 1073 913 1085 2388 910 1581 1745 569 652 3930 417 2236 998 1859 1682 1661 511 1633 1846 628 43517

Table – 5 (Conti…)

Proposals for Transport/Escort facilities for 2014-15 S.No.

District

Total Transport

Total Escort

TOTAL

1

Chennai

1171

454

1625

2

Coimbatore

2958

461

3419

3

Cuddalore

349

201

550

4

Dharmapuri

823

231

1054

5

Dindigul

857

481

1338

6

Erode

354

198

552

7

Kancheepuram

1855

1160

3015

8

Kanyakumari

997

474

1471

9

Karur

636

155

791

10

Krishnagiri

341

1044

11

Madurai

520

553

1073

12

Nagapattinam

361

552

913

13

Namakkal

532

553

1085

14

Perambalur

865

1523

2388

15

Pudukkottai

481

429

910

16

Ramanathapuram

924

657

1581

17

Salem

826

919

1745

18

Sivagangai

316

253

569

19

Tanjore

522

130

652

20

The Nilgiris

2327

1603

3930

21

Theni

112

305

22

Thiruvannamalai

1649

587

2236

23

Thiruvarur

766

232

998

24

Thiruvallur

1631

228

1859

25

Tiruchirappalli

890

792

1682

26

Tirunelveli

1147

514

1661

27

Tuticorin

365

146

511

28

Vellore

694

939

1633

29

Villupuram

1069

777

1846

30

Virudhunagar

337

291

628

26675

16842

Total

910

1385

417

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Table-6. Number of Residential schools proposed for 2014-15 No. of No. of Residential children schools

to be

proposed

benefited

Plain

Hilly

S.No.

Districts

for 2013-14

1

Krishnagiri

3

172

3

2

Madurai

1

40

1

3

Nagapattinam

1

70

4

Perambalur

1

62

1

5

The Nilgris

2

195

2

6

Thiruvannamalai 2

107

2

7

Vellore

2

118

2

8

Villupuram

3

156

3

15

920

4

Total

1

11

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Existing Residential schools: S.NO

DISTRICT

NO OF SCHOOLS

NO OF CHILDREN

1

COIMBATORE

3

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4.3. BRC and CRC BRC plays a vital role in the implementation of SSA activities.

The Block

Resource Teacher Educators and the Cluster Resource Teacher Educators are selected through a competitive examination at the state level. The young, energetic and fresh incumbents with more involvement and initiatives perform their role with clarity and takes appropriate steps to implement the project in the field level. BRC is a place where the empowerment of BRTEs is ensured. The availability of Resource materials and necessary funds for conducting meetings, seminar, and

workshops is to be ensured.

To meet the expenditure at Block Level an amount of Rs.50,000/- has been proposed for this year per block. Regular meetings of HMs, BRTE and SMC etc are conducted in every block. Hence an amount of Rs.30,000 per block has been proposed. TLM grant remains the same as in the case of previous years with an amount of Rs.10,000 per block. To maintain the BRC building an amount of Rs 10,000 per Block is also proposed. Thus on the whole an amount of Rs.1,00,000/- per block is proposed in addition to the salary of BRTEs and other staff. In the supplementary outlay for 2010-2011 consequent on implementation of RTE Act one post of MIS

Co-ordinator has been approved for every block, one Data

Entry operator has been approved for every block and one Accountant cum- support staff has been approved for every 50 schools by the PAB. Travelling allowance for the Accountant cum support staff for every 50 schools is also proposed. For 2014-15, 402 posts of MIS co-ordianators at Rs.1,44,400 per annum on consolidated basis, 402 posts of Data Entry operators at Rs.96,000/- per annum on consolidated basis and 872 posts of Accountant cum support staff at Rs.1,14,000/- per annum including travel allowance on consolidated basis have been proposed.

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Table-7 Other Faculties - MIS Co-ordinator, Data Entry Operator and one Accountant-cum-Support staff per 50 schools sanctioned as per RTE Act and cont. Other Faculties S. No.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Name of the District

Chennai Coimbatore Cuddalore Dharmapuri Dindigul Erode Kancheepuram Kanyakumari Karur Krishnagiri Madurai Nagapattinam Namakkal Perambalur Pudukottai Ramanathapuram Salem Sivagangai Thanjavur Theni The Nilgiris Thiruchirapalli Thirunelveli Thiruvallur Thiruvannamalai Thiruvarur Thoothukudi Vellore Villupuram Virudhunagar Tamilnadu

MIS Coordinator

Data Entry Operator

Accountant-cumsupport staff

10 20 13 8 14 20 14 9 8 10 15 11 15 10 13 11 21 12 14 8 4 15 20 14 18 10 12 20 22 11 402

10 20 13 8 14 20 14 9 8 10 15 11 15 10 13 11 21 12 14 8 4 15 20 14 18 10 12 20 22 11 402

14 43 32 26 32 38 32 16 15 32 29 24 21 20 32 25 36 26 32 15 11 31 43 31 41 20 31 49 47 28 872

Source: Supplementary AWP&B 2010-11

The Proposed total outlay for Block Resource Centers is Rs. 11775.021 lakhs All 385 Blocks in rural area and 17 URCs are provided with Cluster Resource Centers. Under SSA, 6419 Supervisor/BRTE/CRC coordinator posts have been sanctioned and these posts are reallocated at the rate of one post for each cluster and remaining posts are reallocated to BRCs/URCs. The details are given in the following Table.

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Table-8 No. of BRC / URC / CRC and Resource Persons Proposed

S. No.

Districts

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Chennai Coimbatore Cuddalore Dharmapuri Dindigul Erode Kancheepuram Kanyakumari Karur Krishnagiri Madurai Nagapattinam Namakkal Perambalur Pudukkottai Ramanathapuram Salem Sivagangai Thanjavur Theni The Nilgiris Thiruchirappalli Thirunelveli Thiruvallur Thiruvannamalai Thiruvarur Thoothukudi Vellore Villupuram Virudhunagar Tamilnadu

No. of BRC 0 19 13 8 14 20 13 9 8 10 13 11 15 10 13 11 20 12 14 8 4 14 19 14 18 10 12 20 22 11 385

No. of URC 10 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 17

No. of CRC 110 199 172 100 163 142 172 89 75 121 165 100 83 107 145 124 174 109 165 80 45 183 192 133 167 95 108 202 234 134 4088

No. of Resource Persons sanctioned BRC CRC 10 110 117 199 78 172 48 100 86 163 120 142 79 172 54 89 48 75 60 121 80 165 66 100 75 83 60 107 78 145 66 124 126 174 72 109 85 165 24 80 48 45 86 183 120 192 84 133 108 167 60 95 73 108 122 202 132 234 66 134 2331 4088 Source: DISE 2009

Cluster Resource Centres have been functioning as Centres of teacher empowerment where the teachers share their experiences and innovative practices in the teaching learning process.. 4088 CRCs functioning in all the Districts of the state..

An amount of Rs.17612.739 lakhs is proposed for all activities in CRCs for the year 2014-2015.

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4.4. In-service Teacher Training “The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires.” As in the above quote by William Arthur Ward, the most important factor in the teaching learning process is the teacher. Teachers not only teach their subjects but also motivate, counsel and help the students in many ways. Teaching involves the use of a wide body of knowledge about the subject being taught, and another set of knowledge about the most effective ways to teach that subject to different kinds of learner; it therefore requires teachers to undertake a complex set of tasks every minute. Because the world that teachers are preparing young people to enter is changing so rapidly and the teaching skills required are evolving likewise, no initial course of teacher education can be sufficient to prepare a teacher for a career of 30 or 40 years. Continuous Professional Development (CPD) is the process by which teachers (like other professionals) reflect upon their competencies, keep them up to date and develop them further. Every teacher more enabled, more inspired! In order to keep our teachers well equipped, the SSA training recognizes the critical and central role of teachers and advocates a focus on their academic, professional and technical needs. In Tamil Nadu In-service teacher training programmes have been designed in consonance with the New Curriculum to equip the teachers on Content and Methodology in Language, Art Education, Health Education and Science Education. All teachers are trained. But there is a need to update their knowledge in content and methodology whenever they needed. Hence, to ensure quality education, the teacher training programmes on different topics have planned to conduct satisfying the need of classroom transaction in the schools of Tamil Nadu. In service teacher training for the year 2014-15 have been planned to conduct based on the analysis and finding of Monthly assessment, monitoring and grading of the schools.

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a)Analysis and Findings: Assessment of Children in Basic Skills - 2013: With the objective to ascertain whether students in Government and aided schools have the knowledge befitting their age and standard, all schools over Tamil Nadu were assessed every month to check on the level of basic skills of reading & writing in English and Tamil languages and Arithmetic skills in Maths. These schools were visited, inspected and their achievement collected periodically and updated. To achieve the objective, the collected data is verified and analyzed. Immediately after the test, the report is shared with the HMs of the school. During the next visit the previous performance is compared with the recent result and on the spot suggestions are offered to the teachers for better performance. Comparative study of the reading, writing and arithmetic skills of the programme has resulted in an awakening among teachers. The schools are vying with each other to show a better performance by improving their standard in reading, writing and numerical skills. Every next assessment grade has shown a better result. This assessment has planned to do in 50% of schools each month as a continuous process. Primary - Assessment: The State consolidations (in average %) on Month wise Assessment of Children in Basic Skills are given below Assessment Conducted Months September 2013 October- 2013 November2013

Tamil Reading

English Reading

Tamil Writing

English Writing

Maths Simple

Maths Hard

69

50

57

40

68

53

69

50

57

40

68

53

72

54

63

47

70

56

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September- 2013 80 60 40 September

20 0 Tamil - Tamil - English - English - Maths - Maths Reading Writing Reading Writing Simple Hard

 This diagram shows that there is a sharp difference between Tamil Reading & Writing, English Readining & Writing and Solving Simple and Challanging sums in Maths.  we can also conclude that Children attained same percentage in Tamil Reading and Solving Simple Sums in Maths

October 2013 80 60 40 20

October

0 Tamil - Tamil - English - English - Maths - Maths Reading Writing Reading Writing Simple Hard

 This diagram shows that there is a sharp difference between Tamil Reading & Writing, English Readining & Writing and solving Simple and Challanging sums in Maths.  we can also conclude that Children attained same percentage in Tamil Reading and Solving Simple Sums in Maths

November-2013 80 60 40 20 0

November Tamil - Tamil - English English Maths - Maths Reading Writing Simple Hard Reading Writing

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 This diagram shows that there is a sharp difference between Tamil Reading & Writing, English Readining & Writing and solving Simple and Challanging sums in Maths.  we can also conclude that Children attained same percentage in Tamil Reading and Solving Simple Sums in Maths and  Comparing November with September month assessment, there is a remarkable change in percentage in Languages and Maths Assessment – PRIMARY S.No

District

No.of Schools

Month: November 2013 Reading Tamil

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32

Ariyalur Chennai Coimbatore Cuddalore Dharmapuri Dindigul Erode Kancheepuram Kanyakumari Karur Krishnagiri Madurai Nagapatinam Namakkal Perambalur Pudhukottai Ramanathapuram Salem Sivagangai Thanjavur Nilgiris Theni Thiruchirapalli Thirunelveli Thiupur Thiruvallur Thiruvannamalai Thiruvarur Thoothukudi vellore villupuram Viruthunagar TOTAL In percentage

538 433 1136 1426 1141 1400 1176 1653 555 747 1429 1259 1033 884 313 1412 1102 1548 1149 1385 381 627 1324 1894 1225 1368 1781 893 1354 2149 2038 1205 37958

74 63 64 67 62 73 64 51 77 72 63 73 67 62 71 71 86 65 69 72 79 64 71 82 70 59 43 76 80 58 52 60 2160 72

Writing

English

48 52 40 50 46 54 45 43 61 55 56 57 48 39 56 48 69 47 50 51 60 46 47 71 51 42 32 57 68 42 41 46 1616 54

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Tamil

70 54 54 59 54 62 55 46 69 56 53 66 60 54 65 60 73 54 57 62 73 54 52 73 64 51 42 66 76 49 52 54 1889 63

English

45 44 34 44 38 45 38 37 50 41 44 53 41 34 49 38 57 56 41 45 57 39 38 67 44 39 32 49 64 34 42 39 1417 47

Arithmetic Skills (Simple)

Arithmetic Skills (Hard)

Maths

Maths

71 67 61 70 62 68 65 44 75 71 65 74 62 70 63 67 81 68 67 69 78 64 58 81 65 60 48 66 84 59 33 59 2095 70

58 52 44 46 50 50 49 42 56 48 45 60 50 51 55 51 69 51 50 48 73 50 47 76 55 43 35 52 73 43 52 48 1674 56

 From the analysis and findings, it is found that few districts were below the state average (as per November month assessment) and some of the Blocks from the best performing districts too have less average than the State average. Hence, SSA, Tamil Nadu decided to give training to all the blocks which have low average than the State average in basic reading, writing and arithmetic skills. Upper Primary - Assessment The State consolidation on Assessment of Children in Basic Skills is given below Assessment Conducted Tamil - English Tamil English Maths Maths Months Reading Reading Writing Writing Simple Hard September64 45 54 38 65 49 2013 October70 53 60 44 69 56 2013 November77 58 68 50 75 61 2013

September - 2013 80 60 40 September

20 0 Tamil - English - Tamil - English - Maths - Maths Reading Reading Writing Writing Simple Hard

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October - 2013 80 60 40 October

20 0 Tamil - English Reading Reading

Tamil Writing

English - Maths Writing Simple

Maths Hard

 This diagram shows that there is a sharp difference between Tamil Reading & Writing, English Readining & Writing and Solving Simple and Challanging sums in Maths.  we can also conclude that Children attained same percentage in Tamil Reading and Solving Simple Sums in Maths

November - 2013 100 80 60 40

November

20 0 Tamil - English - Tamil - English - Maths - Maths Reading Reading Writing Writing Simple Hard

 This diagram shows that there is a sharp difference between Tamil Reading & Writing, English Readining & Writing and solving Simple and Challanging sums in Maths.  we can also conclude that Children attained same percentage in Tamil Reading and Solving Simple Sums in Maths and  Comparing November with September month assessment, there is a remarkable change in percentage in Languages and Maths

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Assessment – UPPER PRIMARY

Month: November-2013 Reading

S.No

District

Writing

No.of Schools Tamil

English

Tamil

English

Arithmetic Skills (Simple)

Arithmetic Skills (Hard)

Maths

Maths

1

Ariyalur

253

82

56

77

48

79

61

2

Chennai

410

65

52

60

46

72

56

3

Coimbatore

513

72

49

57

39

68

49

4

Cuddalore

617

73

56

64

49

75

57

5

Dharmapuri

593

68

51

63

43

72

58

6

Dindigul

484

79

59

67

49

79

66

7

Erode

8

Kancheepuram

9

515

73

52

59

39

68

52

1653

52

46

49

42

49

45

Kanyakumari

404

85

67

77

58

79

62

10

Karur

297

82

63

61

44

79

63

11

Krishnagiri

560

63

51

52

42

63

47

12

Madurai

578

77

62

72

53

76

64

13

Nagapatinam

448

72

52

64

45

69

55

14

Namakkal

342

67

42

58

37

73

55

15

Perambalur

165

71

53

64

49

63

54

16

Pudhukottai

558

72

52

61

44

70

57

17

Ramanathapuram

351

85

68

71

64

85

70

18

Salem

690

71

50

58

46

74

59

19

Sivagangai

497

74

49

63

41

69

54

20

Thanjavur

552

76

59

67

53

74

57

21

Nilgiris

210

84

65

78

58

84

71

22

Theni

310

61

47

55

41

62

49

23

Thiruchirapalli

609

71

52

62

44

70

59

24

Thirunelveli

696

81

72

76

63

79

71

25

Thirupur

442

74

57

63

47

70

58

26

Thiruvallur

577

65

50

57

46

65

50

27

Thiruvannamalai

721

50

42

48

37

54

53

28

Thiruvarur

404

83

61

75

55

72

63

29

Thoothukudi

299

85

71

81

68

86

74

30

vellore

952

67

47

55

37

66

50

31

villupuram

877

56

39

54

41

35

48

32

Viruthunagar

490

68

54

59

43

71

55

17067

2302

1743

2025

1509

2247

1842

In Percentage

77

58

68

50

75

61

Total

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average. Hence, SSA, Tamil Nadu decided to give training to all the blocks which have low average than the State average in basic reading, writing and arithmetic skills.

Grading the Schools: SSA, Tamil Nadu has prepared an adequate tool to assess the teachers‟ performances which includes infrastructure, students and teachers performance in ABL & ALM in their classroom practices. During the BRTE‟s School visit, an assessment was made using these tools in regular intervals (month wise). All the schools were graded as A, B, C & D according to the grading criteria. Primary – School Grade: Month wise - State consolidation of School Grades are given below No. of schools in Grade A (Best performing Schools)

No. of Schools in Grade B (Above Average Schools)

No. of Schools in Grade C (Average Schools)

No. of Schools in Grade D (Low Performing Schools)

July

5735

21952

9499

454

August September October November

6394 6438 7030 8090

23415 23555 24134 24737

7731 7223 6073 4775

162 210 173 106

Month

Month wise, bar diagram on Grade A, B, C & D are given below

A 10000 8000 6000 4000 2000 0



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B 25000 24000 23000 22000 21000 20000



B

This diagram shows that No. of B Grade schools are increasing in each month and about 2780 Schools have a better performance

C 10000 8000 6000 4000 2000 0

C

 This diagram shows that No. of C Grade schools are decreasing in each month and about 4724 schools are improved from C to B

D 500

400 300 200

D

100 0 July

August

September

October

November

 This diagram shows that No. of C Grade schools are decreasing in each month and about 348 schools are improved from D to C

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From all the above findings, about 29,618 Schools still are in B, C and D Grades. i.e, 21% of schools in grade A and 79% of schools are still in grade B, C and D. To enrich and reinforce their performances on ABL Activities, Reading, Writing and Arithmetic Skills, the State Tamil Nadu - SSA has planned to conduct the Foundational Training programmes for Primary teachers. Upper Primary – School Grade: The State consolidation of School Grade is given below Month

No. of schools in No. of Schools in Grade A Grade B (Best performing (Above Average Schools) Schools)

July August September October November

2091 2195 3210 3633 3740

11528 11578 11137 11052 11183

No. of Schools in Grade C (Average Schools) 2486 2370 1802 1471 1236

No. of Schools in Grade D (Low Performing Schools) 59 21 15 9 6

From the above table, about 12425 Schools still are in B, C and D Grades. To enrich and reinforce their performances on ALM Activities, Reading, Writing and Arithmetic Skills, the State Tamil Nadu - SSA has planned to conduct the Foundational Training programmes with the following objectives:

OBJECTIVES : a. To enrich Reading, Writing and Arithmetic skills among Children in Primary Schools b. To enrich Arithmetic skills and Scientific ideas among Children in Upper Primary Schools c. To offer teacher- training, based on the need of the teachers for the classroom transaction. d. To develop teachers‟ vision on emerging needs of the technology and current issues in Education

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e. To guide the students in their holistic development and to integrate their inner potentialities f. To organize and facilitate the learning process for recently recruited teachers g. To expedite acquisition of the knowledge and skills in teaching learning process. h. To enhance the teachers abilities to exhibit their students‟ inherent potentialities. i.

To enhance the value of team work among the peers and groups

MODE OF TRAINING a.

Activity based: It is a participatory method. This method of teaching helps the teachers for constructive learning and understanding the concepts.

b. Demonstrations: This method of teaching helps teachers to focus on attention and understanding c.

Discussion: It is two-way flow of communication. Interaction make the teacher understand, analyze and conclude the contents / topics

d. Lectures through PPT: This method of teaching provides understanding of the topic / content. It can be reached large number of teachers at once. It promotes computer based learning. It is very essential means of visual communication in terms of Science and technology. Foundation Training programme for Primary Teachers: From the above findings, In order to reach the majority of the schools which falls in the lower grades and to improve the basic skills in Reading, Writing and Arithmetic skills, the SSA Tamil Nadu proposes to again train the teachers. This would result in an increase in the basic skills of reading writing and numerical ability. Training for Primary Teachers: BRC Level: 1. Developing Reading & Writing Skills in Tamil – 1 day 2. Developing Reading & writing Skills in English – 4 days 3. Developing Arithmetic Skills in Mathematics and SLM Kit – 4 days www.tnkalvi.com

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4. Teaching Subjects in English (for English Medium Teachers) – 4 Days CRC Level: 1. Reinforcement CCE in SABL – 1 day 2. Child Psychology and Rights – 1 day 3. Simple Yoga, indoor and indigenous games – 1 day 4. Enriching Constitutional values and Cultural Heritage – 1 day 5. Discussion on Childrens‟ Achievement - 3 Days Arrived through a.) Achievement test b.) District Initiatives c.) Grading of Schools d.) Monthly Assessments Training for Upper Primary Teachers: BRC Level 

Developing Experimental and project Skills in Science – 3 days



Developing Arithmetic Skills in Mathematics – 2 days



Promoting Extensive Reading & Creative writing Skills in English – 2 days



Teaching Subjects in English (for English medium Teachers) – 4 Days

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Creating awareness on Geographical and Historical Backround – 1 Day



Discussion on promoting CCE in ALM – 1 day



Managing pre-adolescent children - 1 day



Effective use of functional grammar – 1 day



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Head Masters Training – 5 Days 

RTE



Enhancing Leadership Quality



School Development Plan



Environmental and School Sanitation



Team Building and Internal Supervision



Finance Management



Guidance and Counseling

BRC / CRC Resource Personal Work shop – 5 Days 

RTE



Team Building and Internal Supervision



Personality Development and Soft skills



Guidance and Counseling



Computer Training - MS Office, Internet

Induction training - Newly Recruited Teachers – 5 Days 

SABL/ALM



Trimester and CCE



RTE



Child Rights and Protection



Overview of the Education Department

Training for Educational Administrators 

Personality Development



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PROPOSAL FOR THE YEAR 2014-15 - TRAINING Foundation Programme for Primary Teachers S.No. 1

2

Training Topic Developing Reading, Writing Skills in Tamil

Developing Reading, Writing Skills in English

Objectives  To develop the ability to Read with Comprehension and Write with a Purpose  To develop the skills of the teachers to create activities in Reading, Writing  To inculcate extra reading other than textbooks (Puthaga Poongothu, Library books, News Paper …)  To enhance the skills of Writing sentences on their own  To develop the fondness of Reading, Writing among teachers and Children  To enable the teachers to focus on CCE - co scholastic areas related to Reading, Writing  To develop the ability to Read with Comprehension and Write with a purpose  To develop the skills of the teachers to create activities in Reading, Writing  To provide the environment to Communicate with peers in English  To inculcate extra reading other than textbooks (Puthaga Poongothu, Library books, News Paper …)  To enhance the skills of Writing sentences on their own  To develop the fondness of Reading, Writing among teachers and Children  To enable the teachers to focus on CCE – co scholastic areas related to Reading, Writing 929

Target Group 

Teachers who belong to the low average blocks than the State average in Tamil Reading



(Nov 2013)

(State Average percentage is 72%)

No. of Teachers : 72632



Teachers who belong to the low average blocks than the State average in English Reading



(Nov 2013)

(State Average percentage is 54%)

No. of Teachers : 69000

3

4

Developing Arithmetic Skills in Maths

Teaching Non-Languages in English (English Medium-Teachers)

 To develop math skills in Problem Solving and reasoning  To develop math skills in Number concepts, Geometry and spatial sense, Measurement and patterns  To provide more problems in basic operations( +, -, *, /)  To develop math skills in solving the mental sums     

5

6

Reinforcement CCE in SABL

Child psychology and Rights

          

To enable the teachers to teach the subjects in English To promote the teachers and children in communication skills To familiarize the vocabulary (nomenclature) of Maths, EVS and Science To create an atmosphere to learn in English To make the Children to overcome fear and reluctance in English To clarify doubts in SABL To enable the teachers understand parameters. To implement SABL effectively in schools To make them aware CCE in inbuilt in SABL To know how CCE is integrated with SABL To familiarize FA(a), FA(b) and SA To promote self learning To promote child centred activities in elementary education To Understand the children‟s attitudes, emotions and behaviors To make teachers to know „How to handle the children with patience ‟. To make the teachers attitude to handle the 930



(Teachers who belong to the low average blocks than the State average in Simple Maths

(Nov 2013)

 State Average percentage is 70%) No. of Teachers : 76057



Teachers who are handling Subjects in Enlish Meadium Sections (2013-14 & 2014-15)

No. of Teachers : 10428



Teachers who belong to B, C & D Grade Schools (November 2013).

No. of Teachers : 57917

All Primary Teachers No. of Teachers 121224

  7

Simple Yoga, Indoor and indigenous games

  

 8

Enriching Constitutional values and Cultural Heritage

    

9

Discussion on Childrens‟ Achievement

   

children positively To make the teachers aware of the Children‟s Rights To make teachers to treat the children equally without any discrimination To know about the importance of Yoga and Simple Excercises To engage the students in indoor games To make the children aware on our own indigenous games (local specific games like pallanguli, Aadu-puli attam, Thayam, Snake & Ladder etc..,) To make the Students to learn the concepts of mathematics through simple games. To inculcate the duties of the Indian citizens and take self responsibility To make them aware on obeying laws and act accordingly To make the children to know the importance of our cultural heritage and to protect To kindle students aesthetic sense. To know their local cultural sites and its importance To bring out the best from every child To make the teachers know their Childrens‟ level To discuss their problems and arrive solutions To make them aware of District and State‟s initiatives

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All Primary Teachers No. of Teachers: 121224

One teacher per Schools No. of Teachers: 38520

All Primary Teachers No. of Teachers: 121224

Foundation Programme for Upper Primary Teachers S. No. Topic Objectives Target Group 1 Developing Experimental  To develop the attitudes on scientific ideas  Teachers who are handling and Project Skills in among children Science subjects Science  To create interest in science subjects.  To develop interests on research through CCE No. of Teachers : 21233 – Projects  To make the children use the local resources to perform hands on activities  To inspire the children on the day-today life science  To involve the children‟s mind in science on daily activities  To develop the skills on Reasoning, Logical and Theoretical aspects 2 Promoting Extensive  Teachers who belong to the  To develop the ability to Read with Reading & Creative Comprehension and Write with a purpose low average blocks than the writing Skills in English  To familiarize the phonimic sounds State average in English  To develop the skills of the teachers to Reading (Nov 2013) create activities in Reading, Writing  To provide the environment to Communicate with peers in English  To inculcate extra reading other than  (State Average textbooks (Puthaga Poongothu, Library percentage is 58%) books, News Paper …) No. of Teachers : 33962  To enhance the skills of Writing sentences on their own without Grammatical errors  To develop the fondness of Reading, Writing among teachers and Children  To develop the skills on creative writing descriptively 932

3

Developing Arithmetic Skills in Maths

4

Teaching Subjects in English (English Medium-Teachers)

5

Effective use of functional grammar

 To enhance regular usage of dictionary and promote word power  To develop math skills in Problem Solving and  (Teachers who belong to the reasoning  To develop the skills on Reasoning, Logical and low average blocks than the Theoretical aspects State average in Simple  To develop the skills on concrete and abstract Maths (Nov 2013) ideas  To make the children use the local resources to  (State Average perform hands on activities percentage is 75%)  To develop math skills in Number concepts, Geometry and spatial sense, Measurement and No. of Teachers : 36719 patterns  To develop math skills in solving the mental sums, Riddle and Puzzle  To enable the teachers to teach the subjects in  Teachers who are handling English Subjects in Enlish Meadium  To promote the teachers and children in Sections communication skills (2013-14 & 2014-15)  To familiarize the vocabulary (nomenclature) of No. of Teachers : 8523 Maths, Social Science and Science  To create an atmosphere to learn and speak in English  To make the Children to overcome fear and reluctance in English  Teachers who belong to the  To promote the children to understand structure of grammar low average blocks than the  To provide the usage of lexical chains State average in English  To Enhance communication skill among Reading (Nov 2013) Children 933

6

Managing pre-adolescent children



To enhance the skills of Writing sentences on their own without Grammatical errors



To make the teachers aware of the Preadolescents behaviour To make the children aware of their body mental change To make them feel, it is normal. To make the teachers approach them with parental concern To guide the children to get rid of deviations To acquire Historical and Geographical knowledge about their area. To know the topographical importance. To admire their cultural and heritage To know their local Rivers, lakes, Olden relegious sites, Natural resources and Archeological sites To clarify doubts in CCE To enable the teachers understand parameters for FA and SA. To implement ALM effectively in schools To make them aware CCE in inbuilt in ALM. To get on hand experience (what is learnt in books) To make the teachers know their Childrens‟ level To discuss their problems and arrive solutions To make them aware of District and State‟s initiatives

  

7

8

Creating awareness on Geographical and Historical Backround

Discussion on promoting CCE in ALM

    

    

9

Discussion on Childrens‟ Achievement

  

934

(State Average percentage is 54%) No. of Teachers : 35218 One teacher per Schools No. of Teachers: 16303



Teachers who are handling Social Science subjects

No. of Teachers : 15433

Teachers who belong to B, C & D Grade Schools (November 2013). No. of Teachers : 32177

All Upper Primary Teachers No. of Teachers: 83846

Table - 9 In-service Training – Primary Teachers Target proposed for 2014-15

S.No.

District

No. of Teachers

Developing

Developing

Reading, Writing

Reading, Writing

Developing

in English

Skills in Tamil

Skills in English

Arithmetic Skills

(English Medium-

Language No. of No. Teachers of to be Day 1 trainined (BRC)

Teaching Subjects

Language No. of No. of Teachers Days 4 to be (BRC) trainined

and SLM in Maths No. of No. of Teachers Days 4 to be (BRC) trainined

Teachers) No. of No. of Teachers Days 4 to be (BRC) trainined

Reinforcement CCE in SABL No. of No. Teachers of to be Day 1 trainined (CRC)

Child psychology and Rights No. of No. of Teachers Day 1 to be (CRC) trainined

Simple Yoga,

Enriching

Discussion on

Indoor and

constitutional and

Children

Total

Achievements No. of No. of Teachers Days 3 to be (CRC) trainined

No. of

indigenous games No. of No. of Teachers Day 1 to be (CRC) trainined

cultural values No. of No. of Teachers Day to be 1(CRC) trainined

teachers for 20 days

1

CHENNAI

3136

1538

1538

1004

4016

1598

6392

450

1800

1688

1688

3136

3136

3136

3136

435

435

3136

9408

31549

2

COIMBATORE

6173

3455

3455

4411

17644

3832

15328

116

464

2946

2946

6173

6173

6173

6173

1833

1833

6173

18519

72535

3

CUDDALORE

4280

1450

1450

940

3760

4155

16620

413

1652

1187

1187

4280

4280

4280

4280

1425

1425

4280

12840

47494

4

DHARMAPURI

3259

3002

3002

2645

10580

1680

6720

300

1200

1788

1788

3259

3259

3259

3259

1161

1161

3259

9777

40746

5

DINDIGUL

4529

1255

1255

1312

5248

1695

6780

182

728

1209

1209

4529

4529

4529

4529

1142

1142

4529

13587

39007

6

ERODE

4812

3601

3601

3994

15976

3125

12500

829

3316

2804

2804

4812

4812

4812

4812

1700

1700

4812

14436

63957

7

KANCHEEPURAM

4504

4500

4500

2885

11540

4500

18000

178

712

973

973

4504

4504

4504

4504

1354

1354

4504

13512

59599

8

KANNIYAKUMARI

2052

315

315

315

1260

315

1260

172

688

1646

1646

2052

2052

2052

2052

557

557

2052

6156

15986

9

KARUR

2048

1110

1110

1070

4280

983

3932

128

512

1900

1900

2048

2048

2048

2048

729

729

2048

6144

22703

10

KRISHANAGIRI

3750

2310

2310

1696

6784

2244

8976

1486

5944

1238

1238

3750

3750

3750

3750

1428

1428

3750

11250

45430

11

MADURAI

4806

786

786

775

3100

398

1592

479

1916

1073

1073

4806

4806

4806

4806

1324

1324

4806

14418

33821

12

NAGAPATTINAM

3340

2842

2842

2004

8016

3036

12144

190

760

1734

1734

3340

3340

3340

3340

1036

1036

3340

10020

43232

13

NAMAKKAL

2716

2568

2568

2716

10864

2295

9180

476

1904

1628

1628

2716

2716

2716

2716

918

918

2716

8148

40642

14

PERAMBALUR

2873

1689

1689

1876

7504

1464

5856

500

2000

944

944

2873

2873

2873

2873

852

852

2873

8619

33210

15

PUDUKKOTTAI

3826

2525

2525

2805

11220

2425

9700

141

564

1195

1195

3826

3826

3826

3826

1406

1406

3826

11478

45740

16

RAMANATHAPURAM

3173

1102

1102

1102

4408

1102

4408

85

340

1506

1506

3173

3173

3173

3173

1102

1102

3173

9519

28731

17

SALEM

5428

3777

3777

4005

16020

3907

15628

1156

4624

4928

4928

5428

5428

5428

5428

1158

1158

5428

16284

73275

18

SIVAGANGA

2982

2305

2305

2305

9220

1780

7120

152

608

1910

1910

2982

2982

2982

2982

1151

1151

2982

8946

37224

19

THANJAVUR

4315

2474

2474

1855

7420

2405

9620

244

976

1067

1067

4315

4315

4315

4315

1389

1389

4315

12945

44521

20

THE NILGIRIS

1221

0

0

0

0

105

420

166

664

377

377

1221

1221

1221

1221

439

439

1221

3663

8005

21

THENI

2617

2074

2074

2150

8600

1820

7280

70

280

2024

2024

2617

2617

2617

2617

628

628

2617

7851

33971

22

THIRUVALLUR

4219

2920

2920

2787

11148

3366

13464

344

1376

2070

2070

4219

4219

4219

4219

1369

1369

4219

12657

53442

23

THIRUVARUR

2565

904

904

1306

5224

2075

8300

93

372

764

764

2565

2565

2565

2565

893

893

2565

7695

29282

24

THOOTHUKKUDI

3904

0

0

0

0

0

0

33

132

758

758

3904

3904

3904

3904

1356

1356

3904

11712

21766

25

TIRUCHIRAPPALLI

5035

2404

2404

3583

14332

5035

20140

155

620

1180

1180

5035

5035

5035

5035

1344

1344

5035

15105

65195

26

TIRUNELVELI

6400

1064

1064

0

0

198

792

208

832

2742

2742

6400

6400

6400

6400

1847

1847

6400

19200

39277

27

TIRUVANNAMALAI

5185

5185

5185

5185

20740

5185

20740

128

512

2079

2079

5185

5185

5185

5185

3120

3120

5185

15555

78301

28

VELLORE

7059

6896

6896

6717

26868

6465

25860

656

2624

4868

4868

7059

7059

7059

7059

2178

2178

7059

21177

104589

29

VILUPPURAM

6631

6343

6343

5749

22996

6631

26524

618

2472

5703

5703

6631

6631

6631

6631

2036

2036

6631

19893

99229

30

VIRUDHUNAGAR TamilNadu

4386

2238

2238

1808

7232

2238

8952

280

1120

1988

1988

4386

4386

4386

4386

1210

1210

4386

13158

44670

121224

72632

72632

69000

276000

76057

304228

10428

41712

57917

57917

121224

121224

121224

121224

38520

38520

121224

363672

1397129

935

Table-10 In-service Training – Upper Primary Teachers Target proposed for 2014-15

S.No.

District

1

CHENNAI

2 3

COIMBATORE CUDDALORE

4

No. of Teachers

Developing Experimental and project Skills in Science No. of No. of Teachers days to be 3 trainined (BRC)

Promoting Extensive Reading and Creative Writing Skills in English Language No. of No. of Teachers days to be 2 trainined (BRC)

Developing Arithmetic Skills in Maths No. of No. of Teachers days to be 2 trainined (BRC)

Teaching Subjects in English (English MediumTeachers) No. of No. of Teachers days to be 4 trainined (BRC)

Discussion on promoting CCE in ALM No. of No. of Teachers day 1 to be (CRC) trainined

Effective use of functional grammar No. of No. of Teachers day 1 to be (CRC) trainined

Creating awareness on Geographical and Historical backround No. of No. of Teachers day 1 to be (CRC) trainined

Managing preadolescent children No. of No. of Teachers day 1 to be (CRC) trainined

Discussion on Children Achievements No. of No. of Teachers Days 3 to be (CRC) trainined

Total No. of teachers for 18 days

3544 4339

508 796

1524 2388

1421 1729

2842 3458

899 1936

1798 3872

499 410

1996 1640

1421 572

1421 572

1421 1729

1421 1729

445 755

445 755

410 796

410 796

3544 4339

10632 13017

22489 28227

DHARMAPURI

3060 2418

598 624

1794 1872

1350 1516

2700 3032

2655 1516

5310 3032

76 256

304 1024

510 1297

510 1297

1350 1516

1350 1516

364 315

364 315

622 548

622 548

3060 2418

9180 7254

22134 19890

5

DINDIGUL

2583

413

1239

512

1024

70

140

21

84

386

386

512

512

213

213

456

456

2583

7749

11803

6

ERODE KANCHEEPURAM

3024

1026

3078

1938

3876

2143

4286

1046

4184

1608

1608

1938

1938

730

730

661

661

3024

9072

29433

3726

1334

4002

1920

3840

3335

6670

125

500

525

525

1920

1920

1334

1334

676

676

3726

11178

30645

KANNIYAKUMARI KARUR

2101

597

1791

186

372

330

660

120

480

1343

1343

913

913

502

502

407

407

2101

6303

12771

1355

337

1011

101

202

142

284

302

1208

1267

1267

149

149

272

272

297

297

1355

4065

8755

KRISHANAGIRI MADURAI

2336

640

1920

996

1992

1120

2240

240

960

984

984

996

996

270

270

566

566

2336

7008

16936

3265

679

2037

235

470

398

796

585

2340

491

491

235

235

612

612

585

585

3265

9795

17361

NAGAPATTINAM NAMAKKAL

2026

448

1344

1788

3576

1870

3740

108

432

1026

1026

1788

1788

448

448

448

448

2026

6078

18880

1832

552

1656

333

666

338

676

170

680

1530

1530

333

333

280

280

344

344

1832

5496

11661

PERAMBALUR PUDUKKOTTAI

1961

542

1626

1238

2476

955

1910

192

768

472

472

1238

1238

209

209

422

422

1961

5883

15004

2429

591

1773

1696

3392

1939

3878

141

564

490

490

1696

1696

466

466

545

545

2429

7287

20091

RAMANATHAPURAM SALEM

1673

351

1053

351

702

351

702

210

840

1053

1053

1053

1053

351

351

351

351

1673

5019

11124

3804

2076

6228

2824

5648

1678

3356

2084

8336

2060

2060

2824

2824

692

692

692

692

3804

11412

41248

SIVAGANGA THANJAVUR

2179

558

1674

1551

3102

1254

2508

105

420

1065

1065

1551

1551

174

174

500

500

2179

6537

17531

2831 1090

552 211

1656 633

320 30

640 60

414 0

828 0

200 166

800 664

450 60

450 60

470 30

470 30

529 211

529 211

552 211

552 211

2831 1090

8493 3270

14418 5139

7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21

THE NILGIRIS THENI

1808

483

1449

571

1142

427

854

102

408

1092

1092

571

571

330

330

311

311

1808

5424

11581

THIRUVALLUR THIRUVARUR

3857

578

1734

578

1156

578

1156

357

1428

1365

1365

400

400

578

578

578

578

3857

11571

19966

2048

448

1344

535

1070

678

1356

106

424

343

343

256

256

363

363

404

404

2048

6144

11704

THOOTHUKKUDI TIRUCHIRAPPALLI

2240

512

1536

0

0

0

0

18

72

813

813

0

618

618

496

496

2240

6720

10255

3640

669

2007

2609

5218

3498

6996

137

548

526

526

2609

2609

379

379

606

606

3640

10920

29809

TIRUNELVELI TIRUVANNAMALAI

3978

1027

3081

200

400

1126

2252

57

228

1212

1212

200

200

1027

1027

717

717

3978

11934

21051

2961

1196

3588

2175

4350

1832

3664

125

500

1292

1292

2175

2175

532

532

750

750

2961

8883

25734

4718

1200

3600

913

1826

850

1700

250

1000

3437

3437

913

913

1050

1050

985

985

4718

14154

28665

29

VELLORE VILUPPURAM

4015

1197

3591

3942

7884

3942

7884

72

288

3430

3430

3942

3942

894

894

877

877

4015

12045

40835

30

VIRUDHUNAGAR

3005

490

1470

404

808

445

890

243

972

870

870

490

490

490

490

490

490

3005

9015

15495

83846

21233

63699

33962

67924

36719

73438

8523

34092

32990

32990

35218

35218

15433

15433

16303

16303

83846

251538

590635

22 23 24 25 26 27 28

Total

936

Table – 11 In-Service Teacher Training - HMs BRC/CRC Personal and Newly Recruited Teachers Proposed for the year 2014-15

S.No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

District CHENNAI COIMBATORE CUDDALORE DHARMAPURI DINDIGUL ERODE KANCHEEPURAM KANNIYAKUMARI KARUR KRISHANAGIRI MADURAI NAGAPATTINAM NAMAKKAL PERAMBALUR PUDUKKOTTAI RAMANATHAPURAM SALEM SIVAGANGA THANJAVUR THE NILGIRIS THENI THIRUVALLUR THIRUVARUR THOOTHUKKUDI TIRUCHIRAPPALLI TIRUNELVELI TIRUVANNAMALAI VELLORE VILUPPURAM VIRUDHUNAGAR TamilNadu

No. of HMs 693 2191 1699 1380 1632 1957 1660 804 865 1694 1537 1244 1083 1065 1645 1308 1851 1344 1668 559 765 1643 1056 1561 1636 2196 2146 2549 2444 1473 45348

No. of HMs Trg. Days 5 3465 10955 8495 6900 8160 9785 8300 4020 4325 8470 7685 6220 5415 5325 8225 6540 9255 6720 8340 2795 3825 8215 5280 7805 8180 10980 10730 12745 12220 7365 226740

No. of BRC/CRC personnal 120 266 220 118 247 262 251 110 123 178 244 166 150 138 168 153 261 184 208 100 69 260 297 217 275 150 180 322 363 200 6000

No. of BRC/CRC personnal's trg days 5 600 1330 1100 590 1235 1310 1255 550 615 890 1220 830 750 690 840 765 1305 920 1040 500 345 1300 1485 1085 1375 750 900 1610 1815 1000 30000

No. of Newly Recruited Teachers 0 14 4 14 76 40 35 0 21 57 22 0 17 19 32 23 13 12 2 8 11 24 30 29 14 21 40 92 29 17 716

No. of Newly Recruited Teachers' Trg days 5 0 70 20 70 380 200 175 0 105 285 110 0 85 95 160 115 65 60 10 40 55 120 150 145 70 105 200 460 145 85 3580

 For the academic year 2014-15, BRC and CRC level trainings will be imparted for certain target Group of teachers, arrived from the findings of Monthly Assessments and Schools Grades and the outcomes focused.  45348 Head Teachers, 6000 BRC/CRC personals and 716 newly recruited teachers are to be trained for 5 days each in relevant topics.  All training programmes will be organized on cascade mode. The services of external Resource persons will also be utilized in this endeavor.  To carry out the above mentioned training programmes, an amount of Rs. 2278.084 lakh has been proposed for the year 2014– 2015. 937

Table-12 Training for Educational Administrators S.No.

District

No. of CEOs

No. of ACEOs

DEEOs

DEOs

APOs

Supervisors

AEEOs

4

10

20

20

40

13

26

8

16

14

28

20

40

14

28

9

18

8

16

10

20

14

28

11

22

15

30

10

20

13

26

11

22

21

42

12

24

14

28

2

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

64

30

1

CHENNAI

1

1

2

COIMBATORE

1

1

3

CUDDALORE

1

1

4

DHARMAPURI

1

1

5

DINDIGUL

1

1

6

ERODE

1

1

7

KANCHEEPURAM

1

1

8

KANNIYAKUMARI

1

1

9

KARUR

1

1

10

KRISHANAGIRI

1

1

11

MADURAI

1

1

12

NAGAPATTINAM

1

1

13

NAMAKKAL

1

1

14

PERAMBALUR

1

1

15

PUDUKKOTTAI

1

1

16

RAMANATHAPURAM

1

1

17

SALEM

1

1

18

SIVAGANGA

1

1

19

THANJAVUR

1

1

20

THE NILGIRIS

1

1

21

THENI

1

1

22

THIRUVALLUR

1

1

23

THIRUVARUR

1

1

24

THOOTHUKKUDI

1

1

25

TIRUCHIRAPPALLI

1

1

26

TIRUNELVELI

1

1

27

TIRUVANNAMALAI

1

1

28

VELLORE

1

1

29

VILUPPURAM

1

1

30

VIRUDHUNAGAR

1

1

ARIYALUR

1

THIRUPUR

1

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

32

32

3 2 1 2 2 2 3 1 2 3 2 1 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 3 2 2 2

4

8

8

16

14

28

10

20

12

24

15

30

20

40

18

36

20

40

22

44

11

22

35 65 44 29 47 65 47 32 29 35 47 38 50 35 44 38 68 41 47 17 29 47 35 41 50 65 59 65 71 38

802

109 1500

State TamilNadu

30

Total

401

 1500 Educational Administrators have to be trained in the topics on Capacity Building and Personality Development and the expenditure for this training will be incurred under the Management head. 938

Proposed In-Service Teachers‟ Training for the Year 2014-15 An outlay of Rs. 2278.084 lakh is proposed as per the details given below: Proposed outlay Unit S.No

1

Phy

FIn

Activity

In-service Teachers‟ Training BRC Level – Primary (13 Days) BRC Level – Upper Primary (11 Days)

0.01

933725

933.725

CRC Level – 7 Days

0.01

1054039

1054.039

Induction Training for Newly Recruited Teachers – 5 Days

0.01

3580

3.580

3

Headmasters – 5 Days

0.01

226740

226.740

4

CRC\BRC Personnel workshop – 5 Days

0.02

30000

60.000

2

Total

2278.084

To carry out the above mentioned training programmes an amount of Rs. 2278.084 lakh has been proposed for the year 2014-15

4.5. Special training Interventions for Out-of-school children: This table given here provides a detailed picture of the number of children to be covered through various strategies during 2014-15. As envisaged in the RTE norms, the total number of out-of-school children to be covered through various strategies during 2014-2015 is 43024 939 www.tnkalvi.com

Table – 13 District-wise No of out of school children to be covered under different strategies for 2014-15

Sl. No

District

No.of Out of School Children identified (New)

No. of Children in (Newly identified) Direct enrolme nt

NRSTCs (short Term)

NRSTCs (Long Term)

RSTCs (Fresh)

Spl. RSTC s for MR

Others

KGBV

NCLP

IE Home based

Total

No of children continui ng for 20132014 (RSTC)

Grand Total

1

Chennai

2152

125

0

1308

150

0

0

550

19

2152

0

2152

2

Coimbatore

2324

82

139

1065

300

50

0

418

270

2324

190

2514

3

Cuddalore

820

344

20

200

113

50

46

47

820

79

899

4

Dharmapuri

1234

354

25

211

155

0

135

211

143

1234

95

1329

5

Dindigul

1453

95

0

490

195

0

0

566

107

1453

162

1615

6

Erode

1749

136

0

580

151

0

169

543

170

1749

68

1817

7

Kancheepuram

2515

563

513

426

220

0

0

620

173

2515

71

2586

8

Kanyakumari

526

36

60

310

0

0

0

0

120

526

0

526

9

Karur

1008

16

48

341

91

0

35

0

477

1008

47

1055

10

Krishnagiri

2044

561

0

120

380

0

130

459

394

2044

190

2234

11

Madurai

1529

98

140

700

252

0

0

0

339

1529

357

1886

12

Nagapattinam

13

Namakkal

14 15 16

Ramanathapuram

17

Salem

18

711

0

0

267

114

80

0

0

250

711

75

786

1430

115

162

447

163

0

72

200

271

1430

137

1567

Perambalur

759

185

148

174

122

102

28

0

0

759

145

904

Pudukkottai

790

0

0

479

100

0

0

0

211

790

103

893

273

10

0

149

50

0

0

0

64

273

143

416

1650

60

100

433

160

40

301

350

206

1650

145

1795

Sivagangai

490

80

0

156

140

0

23

0

91

490

124

614

19

Thanjavur

1427

94

0

871

100

0

0

0

362

1427

57

1484

20

Theni

433

38

0

187

178

30

0

0

0

433

127

560

21

The Nilgiris

416

31

34

97

150

0

0

0

104

416

105

521

22

Thiruchirappalli

1068

79

211

301

89

0

0

279

109

1068

113

1181

23

Thirunelveli

1343

50

0

640

134

0

0

450

69

1343

73

1416

24

Thiruvallur

2310

435

925

636

158

0

0

0

156

2310

79

2389

25

Thiruvannamalai

1462

190

99

307

251

0

98

386

131

1462

164

1626

26

Thiruvarur

517

34

0

170

50

50

0

0

213

517

135

652

27

Thoothukudi

985

9

0

353

99

0

0

404

120

985

61

1046

28

Vellore

1561

95

0

174

250

30

0

750

262

1561

427

1988

29

Villpuram

2523

630

0

630

562

0

380

0

321

2523

562

3085

30

Virudhunagar Total

1377 38879

270 4815

0 2624

151 12373

187 5064

0 432

66 1483

479 6665

224 1377 111 5423 38879 4145 Source : EER / DISE

1488 43024

940

Activities Planned for 2014-15 Special survey, EER updation and awareness campaign / Enrolment rally are to be planned with the involvement of community mobilization through School Management Committee / Self Help Group /Parent Teacher Association to create awareness of schooling and sustainability. Involving project officials of SSA / School teachers in Gram Sabha meeting / District panchayat meetings conducted in all village panchayats to ensure cent percent enrolment in each habitation. Convergence and coordination with all connected departments are to be strengthened.

Direct Enrolment: Children under the age group of 6 to 8 years are fresh dropouts who will not attend annual exams due to various reasons and potential drop outs at Primary/upper primary level are to be covered through direct admission. Children are to be enrolled in age appropriate class under direct enrolment should be under care of particular teacher who will provide special training to the class after school hour. The Headmaster of the school will monitor and keep the record of the progress of the directly enrolled child. The children under direct enrolment need special attention so that the child can integrate with the class socially, economically and academically. For that special coaching class has to be arranged with the help of EVs / Teachers specially engaged for this purpose.

No of children proposed: 4815. No cost proposed under this category. . NRSTCs (Short term - 6 Months) 

The children who are fresh drop outs especially at Upper primary level and children of migrants are the main target group. They will be provided special training through NRSTCs (Short Term) conducted for a period of six months.



Budget allotted is Rs.3,000/- per child. Funds sanctioned directly to the VEC for supply of support materials and salary for Education Volunteers



They are provided with study and stationary materials as per breakup of expenditure are provided. 941



These centres are to be conducted mostly at the school premises itself. Some of them are to be planned in worksites where migrant families working.



The Headmaster of the concerned school will be in charge of the centre. The BRC Personnel will monitor the functioning of the centre



Educational Volunteers with +2 cum DTEd qualification will be working in to cover 2624 children. Education Volunteers will be paid Rs.8000/- p.m. working in a centre having strength of 20 children.



After 6 months period of coaching they will be mainstreamed / inducted in the formal schools.

Guidance and counseling with the help of Counselors to be planned for the children of special training centres Total Cost proposed: 2624 children x Rs.3000/- = Rs.78.72 lakhs S. No.

Per Child Cost in Rs.

Items

1

Special teacher (EVs) - Salary

2

Stationery materials

4

Study and support materials

5

for 20 children

2400

24000

50

5000

150

4000

Centre Contingency

50

2000

6

Capacity building / training to EVs

50

2000

7

Medical Expenses

100

2000

8

Maintenance of online Child Tracking & Monitoring / workshop / training

100

2000

50

2000

50

1000

3000

60000

9

Media and Documentation

10

Miscellaneous

Total

942

Intervention through Non Residential Special Training Centres (NRSTCs – Long Term – 12 months)  The Out of School Children who are drop out children for a period of more than three months and the never enrolled children are enrolled in formal schools and provided special training through NRSTCs.  The NRSTCs will be mostly run in regular school premises itself. The Headmaster of the school concerned is monitoring the conduct of these centres.  Education Volunteers with +2 cum DTEd qualification will be nominated by the VEC for providing special training to t he Out of School Children enrolled in NRSTCs. Maximum allotment per child cost is Rs.6,000/- towards conduct of NRSTCs.  Education Volunteers will be paid Rs.8000/- per month for a centre having 20 children.  10 days Training have to be planned for Education Volunteers  SABL Cards will be provided for children enrolled in the age group of 6-10.  For children enrolled in the age group of 11-14, Text books (Trimester Pattern) are to be provided.  Learning assessment Indicators are being prepared for each subject. It is the guidelines to Education Volunteers for assessing the children in special training centres at different level.  The functioning of these centres are to be monitored through BRC/DPC personnel and also tracking through online  One CRTE will be in charge of each centre for monitoring and providing academic and administrative support.  Performance of the children has to be assessed through continuous and comprehensive. FA (a) FA (b) activities are to be strengthened.  After 10 – 12 months coaching these children are to be mainstreamed / inducted in the formal schools. This process of mainstreaming / inducting will be undertaken by the BRC personnel during March through BRC personnel after assessing the performance of the child in the special training centre concerned.

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No of children to be proposed: 12373 Total Cost proposed: Rs.6000 x 12373 children = Rs.742.38 lakhs Non residential (long term) - 12 months S. No.

Items

Per Child Cost in Rs.

No of children

4800

20

96000

50

20

1000

For 20 children

1

Special teacher (EVs) - Salary

2

Stationery materials

3

Study and support materials

150

20

3000

4

Medical Expenses (First Aid Box)

100

20

2000

5

Training to EVs

100

20

2000

6

Scout and Guide training to the children Life skill (Guidance and Counselling) (remuneration to the Counsellors)

100

20

2000

100

20

2000

7 8

Maintenance of online Child Tracking & Monitoring / workshop / training

100

20

2000

9

Functions and Prizes including sports day

100

20

2000

10

Computer training / Skill based training

100

20

2000

11

Miscellaneous

50

20

1000

12

Exposure Visit

200

20

4000

13

Centre contingency

50

20

1000

Total

6000

120000

Intervention through Residential Special Training centres (RSTCs) Mainly focuses on children belongs to disadvantaged communities, scheduled castes, scheduled tribes, Minorities, Migrants, Children with Special needs, Urban deprived children, working children, children in difficult circumstances i.e. those living in difficult terrain, children of single parent, street children, HIV affected / infected children, Children of Leprosy affected parents, orphans, semi orphans, Children of refugees, children from displaced families, children of manual scavengers and areas by civil strife etc. children of prolonged illness parents, children of drug addicts, children of nomads (Narikuravar, Boom-Boom Mattukarar, Kudukupaikarar, Kazhaikuthadigal and sattaiyadi group) and children of sexual workers, etc.

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To ensure better performance in RSTCs, the NGOs are persistently reminding for increase the per child cost. The staff members are poorly paid comparing with KGBV provision. In reality the present break of expenditure is insufficient to meet out the entire expenses of these centres. In view of increased cost of living it is justifiable that the present per child cost in RSTCs may be given Rs.20000/- from the year 2014-2015 .as per MHRD Guidelines



In each centre two Education Volunteers having +2 with DTEd qualification will be nominated by the NGO / SHG. They will be paid Rs 8500/- per month for a centre having a strength of 50 children.



Funds will be released by the DPC directly to the NGO on the basis of the recommendation of the BRC supervisor



BRTE / CRTE who will be in charge of the concerned RSTCs will monitor boarding and lodging facilities and the distribution support materials to the enrolled children



Periodical monitoring of the functioning of the RSTCs is done by the concerned BRC personnel besides monitoring of the staff of District Project office



Periodical Medical checkup is mandatory. Health card shall be maintained.



After specific period of coaching, the achievement level of these children will be evaluated through the BRC personnel and mainstreamed / inducted in the formal school already enrolled.

Number of out of school children to be proposed under RSTC- Fresh : 5064 Proposed cost

: 5064 x Rs.20000

=

Rs.1012.80 lakhs

RSTC – Continuing: The concept of residential centres is very successful in bringing the out of school children to regular schools. Even though Tamil Nadu is nearing 100% achievement in enrolment of children, some migrated family children, urban deprived children / street children / orphans & semi orphan and nomadic sections are unable to be brought into the mainstream in a single attempt. There is a need to continue some of the RSTCs for 2014-205 also. There are 4145 children are continuing for the year 20142015 also. 945

Proposed cost

: 4145 children x Rs.20,000 = Rs.829.00 lakhs

Interventions through RSTC for Mentally Retarded children (mild and moderate level) During 2014-15, 432 children from 8 districts have proposed RSTC for mild and moderate level mentally Retarded children.

Special coaching has to be planned for

these children with the help of special teacher. Proposed cost: 432 children x Rs.20,000 = Rs 86.4 lakhs  In order to meet the hike in the salary of the +2 with DTEd or Degree qualified teachers, revision in salary has to be made.  The amount allotted for EB/Water Charges is not adequate as there is inflation in the cost. Hence the amount may be revised to meet out the charges throughout the year. Residential Special Training Centres - break up of Expenditure - 2014-2015 Sl. No.

1 2 3 4 5 6

Per Child Cost (per annum) in Rs.

Item of expenditure

300 200 150 80 50 50

8 9

Bedding : Mat, Pillow, Towel, Bed Sheet Basic Amenities - Soap, Oil and Cosmetics, etc., Plate, Tumbler, Mug, Bucket and etc Stationery Materials Centre Contingency / Miscellaneous Medical Expenses Special Teachers Training (10 days) / NGOs Training (District level) Building Rent, etc. EB, Water Tax

10

Fuel Charges

250

11

Maintenance per child per month @ Rs.950/- (Provision of food charges)

12

Special Teachers Salary (2 Teachers - Full time)

13

Study Materials (ABL Cards / Maths Kit / Infrastructural facilities / 6th, 7th and 8th books, Workbook, TLM / TLE / Condensed materials / Library books / Laboratory items, Moral story books)

14

Head Cook-1 / Assistant Cook -1 / Watchman-1

15

Scout and guide training/ skill based training

16

Functions / Exhibitions / Prizes

7

50 950 200

11400 4080 50 2040 100 50

Grand Total

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20000

Besides the above mentioned interventions, the State plans to introduce the following new strategies to strengthen special training centres: 1. Micro plan at village level: Micro plan at village level is being prepared in all block of all districts. Each child in Special training centre is being adopted by an Adopter (one of the stakeholders of Micro Plan) to monitor the child‟s attendance and can track the progress of the child and ensure that he/she is not dropped out. Maintaining the record of Out of School children at the school level and updating for special training. It has four parts: 1. School and catchment area of the school 2. Stakeholders of micro plan 3. Child profile 4. Adopter details (one of the stakeholders of Micro Plan)

2. Computerized data for Out-of-School Children will be made available at the district for updation of entries in online tracking software.

3. Classroom transaction through SABL in primary and CCE evaluation techniques will be adopted just like regular school 4. Assessment indicators for Primary and Upper Primary children to mainstream in formal schools are being prepared. 5. 10 days training to EVs with module and providing on-site academic support to EVs. 6. All the Education Volunteers are provided effective training on the use of SABL cards in classroom process. Educational Volunteers will be trained in SABL & content enrichment for handling Primary and Upper Primary classes. 7. 10 day training to Education volunteers who undertake special training have to be planned in the following topics.

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Primary : 2 days – Reinforcement CCE in SABL and Evaluation techniques 2 days – Developing Reading , Writing skills in Tamil, English and Mathematics and SLM kit Child Psychology and Rights -1 Day

Upper Primary: Developing Experimental and Project skills in science

- 2 days

Developing Arithmetic skills in Mathematics - 2 days Promoting Extensive Reading and Creative writing skills in English - 1 day 8. Orientation workshop for NGOs / SHGs and Headmasters where NRSTCs are functioning 9. Special attention for Coverage of migrant children and children in Juvenile Homes 10. Rescue and rehabilitation of child labour in convergence with Labour department 11. Interventions to migrant children and mapping of migration will be continued through inter-state monitoring committee 12. Innovative Self Learning Materials for Maths has already been practiced in Special training centres and found useful in „concept building‟ to students. 13. Special coaching class for low achiever through school teachers / EVs 14. Continuous and Comprehensive evaluation will be strengthened in special training centres 15. Children in Special training centres are very much interested as well as talented in sport activities. PET may be engaged from nearby Government Schools to train indoor and outdoor games and encourage them to participate in district level sports activities. 16. Computer training to the children in special training centres (age appropriate)

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17. Competitions at district level are planned - Conducting competitions (Elocution / essay writing / drawing / music / dance / quiz / arts & crafts / club activities / theatre skills / local specific folk) 18. Surprise visit by State Project Officials on the functioning all the special training centres are planned 19. Fixing responsibility to CRTE and SMC members for monitoring all special training centres 20. Periodical review meeting for District Special training coordinators are to be planned to assess the progress on enrolment of special training centres and shortfalls. Financial achievement of each district also will be reviewed. 21. Periodical medical checkup in convergence with nearby Government Primary Health Centre. 22. Periodical assessment – Performance of the child has to be assessed through continuous and comprehensive evaluation. FA (a) FA (b) activities are to be strengthened. Indicators for learning levels of various classes and subjects are being developed in coordination with SCERT for mainstreaming of children. 23. Quality School Readiness Package - Scouts / Guides Camp for children of special training centres are planned for 2014-2015 : The purpose of the training is to

develop full physical, intellectual, social and universal outlook among young children. Progressive self education through learning by doing, progressive and stimulating programmes of various activities based on the interest of the participants resulted in motivating them to continue their education further. First aid training and skills to live in areas without modern facilities formed part of the camp. The children rejoiced the camp fire. This year 2 days camps have been organized in each district for the children in Special Training centres. District officials who are incharge of scouts and guides trained them. After training, children pledged to continue their studies and it also reduced the stress among them. List of activities undertaken in the 2 days camp are: 1. School cleanliness 2. Plantation 3. Importance of uniform 4.Rally on Road safety 5. Knots teaching 6. Pyramid practice 7.Speech competition 8. Rangoli and Pyramid making competition, 9. First Aid Practical Class 949

24. Exposure visit - Bridging social disparity is one of the main objective of SSA. Children of special training centres need specific care and attention since they are among the deprived disadvantaged and economically weaker groups. Exposure visits are an integral part of a school curriculum. To gain self confidence and social behavior among peer group, Field visits and Exposure visits have been planned and completed in all districts. Children visited some places with historical importance, Science Museum, Planetorium, Forts, Airports, Industrial centres, dams and Zoo. 25. Support system slow learners (Special coaching) - Special Intervention for low achievers among of the children already inducted / mainstreamed after special training, once these children admitted to the regular school after special training, they need special attention so that the child can integrate with the class socially economically and academically. The RTE act also provides that such children shall continue to be provided free and compulsory elementary education even after they cross 14 years of age. Hence the BRTEs / CRTEs shall ensure their attendance and better performance in the school. While pursuing the achievement level of the children who are inducted / mainstreamed after special training it is observed that a number of children are found to be low achievers in certain subjects. Such children shall be identified and recommended for special coaching. The special coaching class may be done with the help of the willing school teacher or the teacher already conducting special training or a teacher specially engaged for this purpose. They may be paid an honorarium of Rs.50/- per child / per month from the out of school children funds as mentioned in the breakup of expenditure under the column “monitoring support system for low achievers”. The BRC Supervisor will arrive at the list of the children requiring special coaching and report to the District Programme Coordinator in the following format. The District coordinator shall get consolidated report from BRTE / CRTE concerned block and verify the requirement of funds within the funds allotted under child tracking monitoring head and recommend the District Programme 950

Coordinator for permitting the Block Supervisor to proceed further, The following record for intervention for low achievers shall be maintained at BRC concerned. 26. Vocational training – 6 months training have to be planned with vocational teacher. Local specific skill based training such as cell phone repairing, motor repairing, embroidery, karate, silambattam, etc. are planned Appointing counsellors at district level are to be planned and periodical counseling are to be given to the needy children / teachers / parents with the help of School Management Committee and Self Help Group. Guidance and counseling for the children of special training centres are being done with the help of Counselors under Integrated Child Protection Scheme, Child Welfare Committee and ,Child line members

Child tracking & monitoring through online :A software to track and monitor out of school children who have been mainstreamed or inducted into a school has been designed. It has three components: Child Profile with photograph, a continuous assessment report of the inducted children on the monthly basis and monitoring of the progress of the student by officials. The software aims to enumerate both out-of school children between the 6-14 age group who are attending school and those who are in residential / non-residential centres. Zonal wise has been conducted at district level by state officials during 2013-14. Data validation and enhancement of software are to be planned this year The status report for 2013-14 is detailed below: Name of the State

Target of OOSC (2013-2014)

Achievement

Tamil Nadu

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46737

951

Remaining uncovered children (4710) are to be covered during 2014-15 Proposals for 2014-15 under special Training Unit cost per annum

Physical

Amount Proposed in (Rs. in lakh)

NRSTC (Short Term) (6 months)

0.0300

2624

78.72

NRSTC (Long term)(12 months)

0.0600

12373

742.38

RSTC Fresh

0.2000

5064

1012.80

RSTC Continuing

0.2000

4145

829.00

Spl. RSTC for Mentally Retarded

0.2000

432

86.40

0.03

5423

162.69

0.0

4815

0.0

34876

2911.99

Activities

IE Home based ( Fee to EV who are to be appointed for mainstreaming the children in schools) Direct Enrolment TOTAL

To carry out the above mentioned Special training programmes an amount of Rs 2911.99 lakh has been proposed for the year 2014-15

4.6. Inclusive Education an overview:

A group that forms a very important part of equity issues under SSA is Children with Special Needs. RTE mandates that all children from 6-14 years of age educated in neighborhood schools. This also includes CWSN. Hence, SSA ensures that every child with special needs, irrespective of the kind, category and degree of disability, is provided quality inclusive education. SSA has a „zero rejection‟ policy so that no child is left out of the education system. The key thrust of SSA will be on providing inclusive education to all children with special needs in general schools. The following aspects would be the focus of SSA to reach the aims of Right To Education Act.

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Survey and Identification of Disabled Children: In every school, Elementary Education Register (EER) is maintained for the children in the age group of 6-14 years. This EER contains the number of differentlyabled children, the type of impairment, the social category etc. These differently-abled children have to be located correctly with the help of the community, Self Help Groups, youth association etc. Assessing the correct number as per EER is important. However, to get details regarding specific disabilities, a special survey will have to be separately conducted. This should be done in association with Rehabilitation Department, Health Department and ICDS and PHC by utilizing the services of special teachers and BRTEs at block level. It has been decided that the 6-14 population will be covered in the survey. The e-details of the CWSNs with necessary particulars will be maintained in the schools/BRCs/DPO for each year. Strategies for identification of Children with Special Needs:  This has been so far a collaborative effort between the volunteers, anganwadi workers, mainstream schools, teachers, special educators and the community.  This effort may be strengthened by involving parents in the rural areas. There should be Convergence with BDOs, Punchayathraj administrative, other State Government Projects like “Vazhnthu Kattuvom project” (a project for disabled‟s rehabilitation) Under Ministry of Punchayathraj & Rural Development and with Ministry of Social Welfare Development‟s Projects. Volunteers from SHGs, Nehru Yuvakendra and other Non Government Organization will also be included in this effort.  In the urban areas, college students who wish to complete their community work or NSS/NCC students may be involved. These volunteers may be given one day orientation on Inclusive Education. Adults with disabilities who are proactive could be involved in the orientation programme.

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Medical camp and Awareness for conducting medical camp. 

Awareness posters will have to be distributed all schools to create awareness about medical camp



. Provide medical services based on the individual needs of CWSN in free of cost.



Through this camp their requirements are noted and follow up services are provided to them. (Surgeries, Aids and appliances and therapeutic intervention) with the guidance of concern specialists.



Medical camp plays a major role in providing services to the CWSN and their family with in their environment.



School Readiness Camp The Children with Special Needs are identified by Special Educators. They are enrolled in Day Care Centers for “Early Intervention” Programme. The differently able children are classified under three types as

CHILDREN IN SCHOOL READYNESS CAMP

CUSTODIAL



EDUCATABLE

TRAINABLE

The „Custodial‟ cadre children are severely affected with the disability. The “educatable” cadre children are getting more benefits through the „IED- SSA‟ Program. We are ensuring trainable children with utmost care to rectify their errors. There are 9980 CWSN benefitted through 392 school readiness camp.



In this Supporting system these children are provided “ADL Skill training” like toileting, dressing, feeding etc. Physiotherapists visit each resource room once in a week. Physiotherapy is given to needy children, along with parents and care taker. All the Day care Centre are equipped with basic, physiotherapy equipment like 954

therapy ball, therapy mat, peg Board, Bolster, Walker, Standing Table, CP Chair, and Shoulder Wheel etc. 

Through this

School readiness camp training, children are able to become

Independent instead of depending on others for their basic needs. 9085 Children are benefited in 392 centre. School readiness camp are functioning in the Resource Room. Care giver salary, helper salary, transport facilities and also nutritious food can be provided to all the centre so that Supporting system can be strengthen.

Access to school system: The first and the foremost step in educating the CWSN is providing them access to the schools.

Children admitted into schools have again to be retained without

dropouts ensuring them to complete elementary education according to RTE Act.

An

attitudinal, physical and communicative barrier free environment has to be provided to these children. A child friendly class room atmosphere will be created through active learning which will increase their interest in learning. Concentration will be laid on their communication skills and this will be motivated through apt activities as the result would be a raise in their confidence level.

Retention

Once when the process of admission of CWSN into schools is over retention has to be maintained gradually. A specially trained teacher will be appointed specifically for the CWSN. Child friendly curriculum will be created so as to enhance the learning of the children.

Specially designed supplementary books that cater the need of the

children based on the specific curriculum mentioned for the CWSN will be issued. Continuous and comprehensive evaluation embedded in the year learning methodology will be followed.

Immediate remedial measure will be taken. Children will be

encouraged and motivated for better performance in studies, sports as well as cocurricular activities. Outstanding children will be rewarded in school functions. School recognition camp will also be conducted.

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Physical Access a) Mapping of CWSN Identification/ mapping children with special needs will be the integral part of the micro-planning and household surveys. A concerted drive to detect children with special needs at an early age will be undertaken through PHCs, ICDS centers and other school readiness programmes b) Educational Placement Every child with special needs should be placed in the neighborhood schools, with needed support services. Children with special needs will be facilitated to acquire certain skills that will enable them to access elementary education as envisaged in the Act. Thus, school preparedness of children with special needs will be ensured by taking steps as envisaged in the RTE Act. The existing non formal and alternate schooling options for children with disabilities.  All children with special needs who are never enrolled in schools or have dropped out, will first be enrolled in a neighborhood school in an age appropriate grade,  They will be entitled to „special training‟ through regular teachers or special teachers. c) Aids and appliances All children requiring assistive devices will be provided with aids and appliances, obtained as far as possible through convergence with the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, State Welfare Departments, National Institutions, ALIMCO and voluntary organizations Assistive devices can be given to all the needy child. d) Removal of architectural barriers Architectural barriers in schools would have to be removed for easy access and to promote inclusion of CWSN. Efforts will be taken to provide all kinds of child friendly facilities in schools and educational institutions. Development of innovative designs for schools to provide an enabling environment for children with special needs will also be a part of the programme. Schools must be designed using an inclusive lens to create barrier-free environments and accessible buildings must incorporate not only through ramps, but also through accessible classrooms, toilets, playgrounds, laboratories etc

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Quality of Access to CWSN RTE stresses the importance of preparing and strengthening schools to address all kinds of diversities arising from inequalities of gender, caste, language, culture, religion or disabilities. Hence, to retain CWSN, schools will be prepared in terms of support services required by the child, availability of a trained/ sensitized teacher, support from a resource e teacher, acceptance by peers and inclusive teaching practices. Elements like classroom space, building, furniture, equipments, seating arrangement, classroom organization, etc will be adapted to meet the varied and diverse educational needs of CWSN. Support services A continuum of core essential support services is required by CWSN. These services would be category specific and will be made available as per the needs of the child. These support services are essential for the access and retention of CWSN. This will include specific  Accommodations like availability and upgrading of aids and assistive devices according to individual needs  Technological support in the form of augmentative and alternative communication tools  Audio-visual material  Communication board, computer access  Universal design for school buildings, classrooms, transport / escort facility, furniture and fixtures  Resource room support  Therapeutically support  Text- books in accessible format  ICT support, etc. Teacher training Intensive teacher training will be undertaken to sensitize regular teachers on effective classroom management of children with special needs. This training will be recurrent at block/cluster levels and integrated with the on-going in-service teacher training schedules in SSA. All training modules at SCERT, DIET and BRC level will include a suitable component on education of children with special needs.

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Resource support For resource support to CWSN, especially trained special educators will be appointed, particularly for teaching special skills to children with special needs. The resource teacher will be posted at the block or cluster level and can operate in an itinerant mode, covering a group of schools where children with special needs are enrolled. As far as possible one resource teacher from each category of disability will be appointed at the block level and multi-category training will be provided to all resource teachers to strengthen academic support to CWSN. IE volunteers will be appointed at cluster level from amongst the parents/ family of CWSN and provided intensive training. Therapists will also be appointed to provide therapeutically aspects at the resource rooms, Day care Centre and Home Based Training Curriculum It will be ensured that the same curriculum be followed for children with and without special needs, but with minor adaptations like small changes in learning content, learning friendly environment, appropriate learning approach, adaptation in learning aids, flexibility in evaluation, etc. Text books and curriculum will be provided in accessible formats for CWSN . TLM can be provided to inclusive schools where enrollment is more than 8 and 10 based on the category of the CWSN enrolled. TLM Required for VI

Magnifiers, large printers, Spectacles and etc.,

TLM Required for HI

Total communication book, CD

TLM Required for CP

Modified pen, pencil , Standing frame and etc.,

TLM Required for MR

Puzzles, Concept teaching material and etc

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Individualized Educational Plan (IEP) IEP will be prepared for every child with special needs in consultation with teachers and experts. Its implementation will be monitored from time to time. The IEP will review the effectiveness of various strategies and support services used by children with special needs periodically after developing indicators. Per child Rs 5 can be given to print and maintain for all CWSN Social Access Ensuring social access to CWSN is a greater challenge as compared to providing physical access as it requires an in-depth understanding of the various educational needs of CWSN and bringing about attitudinal changes at various levels and providing institutional support to sustain those attitudinal changes. A very important dimension of social access is discrimination. CWSN are subjected to many forms of discrimination. In this context teachers and peers have a very important role to play. Special training will be imparted to the teachers and Peers. Special emphasis will be given to education of girls with disabilities. Parental training and community mobilization Parents of children with disabilities will be given counseling and training on how to bring them up and teach them basic survival skills. Strong advocacy and awareness programmes will form a part of strategy to educate every child with special needs. A component on disability will be included in all the modules for parents, SMC and community. School development plans will be developed keeping in mind the needs of CWSN. Peer sensitization Another group that plays a very crucial role in the context of CWSN is the peer group. Various programmes and curricular and co-curricular activities will be designed for peer sensitization like inclusive sports, cultural programmes, inclusive exposure visits, Buddies training for adaptation of inclusion set up in school level etc. 2 days

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training for upper primary MR girls can be given to the district where MR girls strength is more ( Sivagangi, pudukotai, Coimbatore,Thiruvanamalai, Vellore and Villupuram ) Infrastructure development

BRCs will be used as training center in order to strengthen sub dist structure in inclusive education strategy. Resource room will be improved in BRCs providing the clear cut strategy on resource purpose. The location and the material to be equipped with construction will be done. Hindrances in the CWSN strategy will be removed. Free treatment for children will be given. Child friendly infrastructure facility for CWSN will be developed at school level. Qualified and trained teachers will be appointed as resource room teacher.

The disabled children in school and out-of-school in the age group of 5-18 are to be covered under Inclusive Education component. The disabled children enrolled in schools will be provided inclusive education and severely-disabled children will be given training / care through home based care and day care centre‟s details of the disabled children identified are furnished below. The details of the disabled children identified are furnished below. Strengthening of Resource room can be can be done for 30 at district level.

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Table – 14 Coverage of Disabled Children No. of CWSN Proposed to be covered

Target for S. No.

District

the year 2014-2015

In School

HBT

School Readiness Camps

1

Chennai

5115

4526

364

225

2

Coimbatore

7856

6646

850

360

3

Cuddalore

5467

4977

210

280

4

Dharmapuri

3595

2845

550

200

5

Dindigul

5981

5101

480

400

6

Erode

5250

3916

1043

291

7

Kancheepuram

5938

5357

173

408

8

Kanyakumari

3889

3243

287

359

9

Karur

3050

2591

347

112

10

Krishnagiri

4850

4132

505

213

11

Madurai

6079

5073

679

327

12

Nagapattinam

4475

3412

843

220

13

Namakkal

5243

4009

1065

169

14

Perambalur

4519

3454

197

868

15

Pudukkottai

5119

3706

1153

260

16

Ramanathapuram

4214

3396

598

220

17

Salem

7536

6866

206

464

18

Sivagangai

3768

3032

540

196

19

Thanjavur

5682

3693

1989

300

20

The Nilgiris

2598

2085

400

113

21

Theni

1720

1536

104

80

22

Thiruchirappalli

5800

4801

761

238

23

Thirunelveli

6960

4678

1767

515

24

Thiruvallur

5486

4970

156

360

25

Thiruvannamalai

6401

5546

503

353

26

Thiruvarur

3503

2495

839

169

27

Thoothukudi

6177

5796

120

261

28

Vellore

7568

6836

292

440

29

Villpuram

7974

6889

605

480

30

Virudhunagar

4076

2896

976

204

155889

128503

18602

9085

Tamilnadu

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The implementation of SSA has created greater awareness among the community about the importance of education. During the last nine years, there has been a steady increase in the identification and enrolment of disabled children in formal schools. The initial reluctance on the part of parents has given way to willing cooperation in coming forward to admit their children in schools. The academic achievement level among the disabled children has also improved.

128503 children

will be enrolled in school 9085children will be taken care of through school readiness programmes, 18602 will be covered under Home Based Care and Education.

In co-ordination with District Collector, DDAWO, Health Department, Social Welfare Department and District Project Officials have to undertake awareness camps and medical assessment camps in each block, supply of assistive devices to the needy children after assessment and orientation of parents on use and maintenance of aids and appliances is to be ensured to all needy children need corrective surgery, it is also planned to be carried out with the help of Health department. and cleft palate surgery also carried out in convergence with SMILE TRAIN Institution .

Training the Special Educators on low vision is an important activity under SSA will be given by having convergence with Sight savers and also training the teacher educators, regular teachers where the special children are enrolled, will also be taken up only convergence with the institution like NIVH for VI and Avinasalingam University for Speech therapy..Training to regular teacher can be given in the following mode where the CWSN category wise strength is more. 1.

Training to regular teachers to handle MR students

2. 3 days Training to regular teachers to handle MD students 3.

3days straining to handle HI students.

Civil wing in each district will take care of providing barrier-free access in all schools where disabled children are enrolled, District Model Resource Rooms will be functioned in the head quarter of each districts.

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SMC training will also be given under Community Training to all SMC members and parents on the issue of disability and they will be made aware of the legal rights of disabled children and the concessions available under Central and State Government Schemes. The therapy services provided through the resource room set up in each block will continue.

During 2013-2014 training on Learning Difficulties and Sign Language, Active Learning Methodology

Use of

Tactile Supplementary Readers and Developing

Learning Materials to Specific Learning Difficulties, Autism Spectrum Disorder and Down syndrome will also be provided to special educators and also to Regular school teachers. IEDH (Inclusive education District level hub-

Workshops will be conducted in

all the districts to interact between regular teacher and special teacher based on the need of the CWSN in the inclusive school.

The Girls CWSN in upper primary classes will be given training on useful vocational skills and sexual abuse. Buddies training will be given to encourage inclusive setup in school. Volunteers will be appointed to mainstream the home based children in regular schools. Therapist will be engaged through the implementing agencies. An amount will be provided to the schools to prepare adoptive TLM and to conduct inclusive sports day. Apart from these activities, all regular interventions along with strengthening of school readiness camp and resource room will also be carried out. Learning disability Assessment Children with poor academic achievements are not new. Children from all walks of life had experienced difficulties in learning. This problem transcends all national, cultural and language boundaries. There are many eminent personalities who were considered as learning disabled during their school days. so assessment of learning disability in413 blocks is necessary this year. Fund can be allotted to all the district so that block level screening will be conducted for primary and upper primary students.

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Calendar of Activities for IE Component -2014-15 Fin Unit cost Time Code Activities in lakh Phy ( in lakh) Duration (Rs.) (Rs.) Fees for spl.teacher with FTA 1 2.040 1202 2452.08 (existing) Fees for Physiotherapist per District 2 2.040 151 308.04 ( existing) Fees for Occupational 3 2.040 17 34.68 therapist/Speech therapist per District Awareness and Medical Camps per 4 0.250 413 103.25 block 5 Assistive devices (per child) 0.015 20000 300.00 6 Strengthening of Resource Room 0.800 214 171.20 School Readiness Camp / Resource Room support a) Resource Room support staff – Rs.13000/- (p.m) Care giver – Rs.8000 (p.m) Helper – 7 2.880 392 1128.96 Rs. 5000(p.m) b) Food Expenditure – Rs.10000/(p.m) c) Contingency – 1000/-(p.m) 8 9 10

11

2 days Training to Model Inclusive school teachers for implementing CCE to CWSN- 30 Schools TLM to IE Schools where more than 8 CWSNs enrolled. 1 day training to all the administrator (826 AEEO, 32 DEEO, 62 CEO and 30 APO) 2 days Training for upper primary MR Girls (Sivagangai, Coimbatore, Erode, Kancheepuram, Nagapattinam, Pudukottai, Salem, Trichy, Tirunelveli, & Villupuram 964

0.004

90

0.36

0.020

4065

81.30

0.002

950

1.90

0.002

1680

3.36

12

13

14

15 16 17 18 19 20

21

3 Day Training to Regular Teachers to Handle HI Students (Erode, Trichy, Tiruvallur, Vellore, Madurai, Salem, Pudukkottai, Nagapattinam, Coimbatore, & Viluppuram) 3 Day Training to Regular Teachers to Handle MR Students (Cuddalore, Dindigul, Perambalur, Ramanathapuram, Thoothukudi, Trichy, Tirunelveli, Vellore, Villupuram, Virudhunagar ) 3 Day Training to handle MD students (Erode, Nagappattinam, Pudukottai, Thanjavur, Thiruvannamalai, Madurai, Coimbatore, Salem, Kancheepuram, Villupuram) Assessment of Learning Disability (Block level camp) Free Vaccination for Japanese / Acute Encephalitis in all District with the help of Health Department Awareness Camp in all districts ( Japanese / Acute Encephalitis) World Disabled Day Preparation of IEP and printing cost(Rs.5 per child) State level Inclusive Festival (Anjali festivel ) State level Activities,( Module Preparation, conducting Work Shop for implementation of CCE for CWSN Total

0.003

2500

7.50

0.003

3500

10.50

0.003

3000

9.00

0.020

413

15.76

0.000

0

0.00

0.050

30

1.50

1.000

30

30.00

0.000

8.00

1.000

1

1.00

0.000

0

8.45

155889

4676.84

For all the above activities, an amount of Rs 4676.670 lakh is proposed for the year 2014-2015. 965

4.7. Civil Works A child is a born explorer brimming with questions, looking for answers. A school can stimulate this natural curiosity and sense of wonder in many ways. Since the school building is one of the most expensive physical assets that a school may have, it is important to design it carefully and sensitively. It must offer an additional „learning value‟ to its inhabitants.

To attract children to school and to retain them in school and, most importantly, to enhance the learning achievements of children at primary and upper primary levels, physical environment of schools and other infrastructural facilities under civil works need to be improved. The state has advised the districts to prioritize provision of ACRs, toilet, girls toilet facilities to the Schools based on student classroom ratio as per RTE. Other civil works like drinking water, girls toilet, common toilets, boundary wall, ramps, hand rails, HM Room and Whole school development plan, major and minor repairs, incinerators to middle schools, solar panels and furniture to Upper primary schools have been proposed. BaLA – Building as learning aid is an innovative way of looking at the relationship of a child with the school space. It can make abstract concepts more real for the child. It aims at using floors, walls, pillars, staircases, windows, doors, ceilings, fans, trees, flowers, and even rain water as learning aids. It makes variety of learning materials accessible to children outside the classroom, even after school hours.

The following are the proposals presented to improve infrastructure facilities in Tamil Nadu for 2014-15.

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Table – 15 Item-wise Civil Works Proposed (2014-15)

S.No

District

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Chennai Coimbatore Cuddalore Dharmapuri Dindigul Erode Kancheepuram Kanyakumari Karur Krishnagiri Madurai Nagapattinam Namakkal Perambalur Pudukottai Ramanathapuram Salem Sivagangai Thanjavur Theni The Nilgiris Thiruchirapalli Thirunelveli Thiruvallur Thiruvannamalai Thiruvarur Thoothukudi Vellore Villupuram Virudhunagar State

New New New New Upper Upper ACR Primary Primary Primary Primary Plain (Plain) (Hilly) (Plain) (Hilly)

0 3 2 7 20 8 10 0 9 12 5 0 6 4 10 7 5 6 1 4 0 4 9 7 11 9 7 20 10 7 203

0 2 0 0 11 1 5 0 1 4 4 0 1 3 4 3 1 0 0 1 0 2 1 4 6 4 5 12 3 1 79

1

8

6

1 1

0

1

5

23

967

1 1

3

2

2

9

6 156 182 98 42 82 170 39 97 271 114 139 31 198 215 125 168 89 240 70 0 155 86 160 293 73 30 410 426 87 4252

ACR Hilly

Common Toilet

0 8 0 6 5 28 0 1 0 24 0 0 9 0 0 0 8 0 0 4 4 0 0 0 25 0 0 6 10 0 138

2 107 86 96 48 116 0 44 37 217 53 118 23 135 177 21 100 40 100 109 44 50 94 55 212 51 21 178 155 2 2491

CWSN friendly toilets

Compound wall (Plain)

Chennai Coimbatore Cuddalore Dharmapuri Dindigul Erode Kancheepuram Kanyakumari Karur Krishnagiri Madurai Nagapattinam Namakkal Perambalur Pudukottai Ramanathapuram Salem Sivagangai Thanjavur Theni The Nilgiris Thiruchirapalli Thirunelveli Thiruvallur Thiruvannamalai Thiruvarur Thoothukudi Vellore Villupuram Virudhunagar State

1 160 96 119 57 107 110 51 47 218 38 108 26 152 109 47 137 50 107 91 13 40 98 75 100 99 7 140 100 9 2512

2 37 70 20 50 76 50 19 78 90 38 77 1 103 105 36 59 38 101 40 0 91 57 47 101 75 57 74 93 0 1685

0 62 130 120 35 106 40 36 144 410 58 53 300 66 133 75 47 37 32 94 102 19 15 58 132 14 64 34 155 218 2789

0 4400 2800 1600 3400 4200 2800 1800 1600 2400 3000 2200 3000 2200 2800 2200 4400 2600 3000 1600 0 3200 4500 3200 3800 2000 2600 4600 4400 2300 82600

968

200

800

1000

Maintenance of toilet Primary

Drinking water

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Ramp with Handrails

District

Compound wall (Hilly)

S.No

Separate girls toilet

Table – 16 Item-wise Civil Works Proposed (2014-15)

0 59 130 30 139 163 90 8 65 103 29 148 37 9 163 30 116 64 58 50 138 68 41 76 105 45 51 34 151 43 2243

129 1262 902 821 940 1177 849 287 529 1119 792 573 682 567 1028 770 1087 725 934 324 250 840 638 931 1294 581 502 1427 1335 633 23928

1

Minor Repair

Compound wall (Plain)

KGBV school building

Residential school building (Hilly)

3 1

Major Repair

Chennai 197 Coimbatore 698 Cuddalore 515 Dharmapuri 540 Dindigul 364 Erode 614 Kancheepuram 570 Kanyakumari 230 Karur 276 Krishnagiri 550 Madurai 434 Nagapattinam 346 Namakkal 313 Perambalur 372 Pudukottai 505 Ramanathapuram 290 Salem 641 Sivagangai 384 Thanjavur 435 Theni 204 The Nilgiris 172 Thiruchirapalli 428 Thirunelveli 278 Thiruvallur 519 Thiruvannamalai 673 Thiruvarur 349 Thoothukudi 202 Vellore 799 Villupuram 780 Virudhunagar 344 State 13022

Compound wall (Hilly)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

District

Residential school building (Plain)

S.No

Maintenance of toilet Middle

Table – 16 (Cont…) Item-wise Civil Works Proposed (2014-15)

300 100

0 243 368 211 129 85 65 109 107 128 65 120 79 117 173 79 345 65 156 59

0 174 372 46 97 58 65 73 60 132 83 188 33 189 139 50 279 142 354 60

100 1

100

2

200

2

200

2 3

200 1

4

11

969

1

400 500

1100

62 46 116 79 146 81 0 880 31 24 60 35 146 130 351 233 22 17 3637 4119

New School Buildings- Primary This year, 226 new primary schools are proposed and it is proposed to construct 226 primary school buildings at a cost of Rs. 4612.000 lakh. New School Buildings- Upper Primary Also, it is proposed to upgrade 88 primary schools into upper primary. Hence 88 upper primary school buildings will have to be provided. An amount of Rs. 2334.800 lakh is proposed for this purpose. Additional Classrooms As per the report of U DISE 2013-14, It has been identified that 4252 ACRs (Plain) and 138 ACRs in hilly area is proposed and an amount of Rs. 35959.264 lakh. Common Toilets About 2491 common toilets and 2512 girls toilets are required for all the districts. An amount of Rs. 7704.620 (3836.140 + 3850.00) is proposed. Drinking water facility The total of 1685 units of drinking water facilities is proposed for the ensuing year. An amount of Rs. 704.330 lakh has been proposed for this purpose. CWSN Friendly Toilets The total units of 2789 CWSN friendly toilets is proposed for the ensuing year. An amount of Rs. 2231.200 lakh has been proposed for this civil work. Compound walls The state has proposed 82600 meters of compound walls in plain and 1000 meters of compound wall in hilly areas. An amount of Rs. 3403.120 @ Rs. 0.0412 per metre is proposed for plains and an amount of Rs. 49.400 @ Rs. 0.0494 per metre is proposed for hills. Ramp with Hand Rails The State proposes to undertake construction of 2243 ramp with hand rails in all the Districts. An amount of Rs. 542.806 lakh @ Rs. 0.242 per unit has been set apart for this provision.

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Maintenance of toilets Towards the maintenance of toilets, 23928 primary and 13022 upper primary schools have been proposed at the rate of Rs. 1500/- and Rs. 2000/- per month for 12 months respectively. For this, an amount of Rs.4307.040 and Rs. 3125.280 has been proposed. Major Repairs The state has proposed to undertake major repairs in 3637 schools. An amount of Rs. 4800.840 lakh has been earmarked for this. Minor Repairs The state has proposed to undertake 4119 minor repairs in schools.An amount of Rs. 823.800 lakh has been earmarked for this. Residential Schools / KGBV School The State proposes 15 residential schools and 1 KGBV Residential school and the amount is Rs.1176.040 lakh proposed. An amount of Rs. 71774.540 lakh is proposed for civil works for the year 2014-15.

4.8. Grants

Under SSA, TLE for new schools, TLM for teachers, School grants for all Government, Local Body and Aided schools and Maintenance grants for Government, Local Body schools are provided. The details of Grants proposed for 2014-2015 is given in the Table below.

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Table – 17 Grants proposed for 2014-15 Proposal for 2013-14 Teachers School Grant Grant P UP P UP Chennai 3136 3544 460 441 Coimbatore 6173 4333 1844 806 Cuddalore 4280 3041 1425 620 Dharmapuri 3259 2389 1164 549 Dindigul 4529 2569 1400 489 Erode 4812 2950 1700 669 Kancheepuram 4504 3717 1359 680 Kanyakumari 2052 2101 557 404 Karur 2048 1345 747 298 Krishnagiri 3750 2312 1428 562 Madurai 4806 3265 1262 587 Nagapattinam 3340 2026 1040 455 Namakkal 2716 1806 920 348 Perambalur 2850 1946 853 420 Pudukkottai 3826 2429 1415 558 Ramanathapuram 3173 1673 1132 376 Salem 5428 3692 1551 693 Sivagangai 2982 2173 1152 501 Thanjavur 4315 2831 1388 555 Theni 2617 1794 629 309 The Nilgiris 1221 1090 443 217 Thiruchirappalli 5035 3596 1355 616 Thirunelveli 6400 3970 1899 708 Thiruvallur 4219 3857 1369 578 Thiruvannamalai 5185 2924 1782 723 Thiruvarur 2565 2048 893 404 Thoothukkudi 3904 2240 1356 500 Vellore 7059 4714 2148 915 Villupuram 6631 3933 2037 880 Virudhunagar 4386 2966 1210 494

S. No. District 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Tamil Nadu

TLE Grant P 0 4 2 7 20 17 10 0 9 18 5 0 7 5 10 7 5 6 1 4 1 4 9 6 11 9 7 25 10

7 121201 83274 37918 16355 226 Source:

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UP 0 2 0 0 12 2 5 0 1 7 4 0 1 3 4 3 1 0 0 1 2 2 1 4 6 4 5 14 3 1 88

Table – 18 Proposal of Maintenance Grants for 2014-15

S. No.

1

Districts

2 1

Chennai

2

Grant @Rs.5000 /- per school

Number of Government schools having upto 3 classrooms P

UP

Total

7

8

9

10

Proposal of Maintenance Grants for 2014-15 Total No.of schoo ls Number of Government Grant.@R (Colu schools having more than s.10000 /mn. 3 classrooms per school 9&13) P

UP

Total

11

12

13

14

15

Total grant (Col.10 & 14)

[email protected] /- per school

Grant Eligible (Which ever is lower of Col.16&17)

16

17

18

30

37

67

335000

99

160

259

2590000

326

2925000

2445000

2445000

Coimbatore

812

118

930

4650000

450

580

1030

10300000

1960

14950000

14700000

14700000

3

Cuddalore

519

128

647

3235000

383

387

770

7700000

1417

10935000

10627500

10627500

4

Dharmapuri

511

137

648

3240000

310

403

713

7130000

1361

10370000

10207500

10207500

5

Dindigul

681

97

778

3890000

259

267

526

5260000

1304

9150000

9780000

9150000

6

Erode

794

127

921

4605000

383

487

870

8700000

1791

13305000

13432500

13305000

7

Kancheepuram

508

121

629

3145000

341

449

790

7900000

1419

11045000

10642500

10642500

8

Kanyakumari

180

87

267

1335000

107

143

250

2500000

517

3835000

3877500

3835000

9

Karur

388

54

442

2210000

141

222

363

3630000

805

5840000

6037500

5840000

10

Krishnagiri

688

191

879

4395000

431

359

790

7900000

1669

12295000

12517500

12295000

11

Madurai

507

114

621

3105000

285

320

605

6050000

1226

9155000

9195000

9155000

12

Nagapattinam

390

103

493

2465000

183

243

426

4260000

919

6725000

6892500

6725000

13

Namakkal

472

72

544

2720000

210

241

451

4510000

995

7230000

7462500

7230000

14

Perambalur

314

114

428

2140000

253

258

511

5110000

939

7250000

7042500

7042500

15

Pudukkottai

694

116

810

4050000

334

389

723

7230000

1533

11280000

11497500

11280000

16 Ramanathapuram

639

90

729

3645000

131

200

331

3310000

1060

6955000

7950000

6955000

17

Salem

661

111

772

3860000

426

530

956

9560000

1728

13420000

12960000

12960000

18

Sivagangai

520

102

622

3110000

205

282

487

4870000

1109

7980000

8317500

7980000

19

Thanjavur

601

138

739

3695000

333

297

630

6300000

1369

9995000

10267500

9995000

20

Theni

200

64

264

1320000

124

140

264

2640000

528

3960000

3960000

3960000

21

The Nilgiris

182

59

241

1205000

68

113

181

1810000

422

3015000

3165000

3015000

22

Thiruchirappalli

504

121

625

3125000

336

307

643

6430000

1268

9555000

9510000

9510000

23

Thirunelveli

443

69

512

2560000

195

209

404

4040000

916

6600000

6870000

6600000

24

Thiruvallur

603

120

723

3615000

328

399

727

7270000

1450

10885000

10875000

10875000

25

Thiruvannamalai

802

202

1004

5020000

492

471

963

9630000

1967

14650000

14752500

14650000

26

Thiruvarur

395

79

474

2370000

186

270

456

4560000

930

6930000

6975000

6930000

27

Thoothukudi

450

67

517

2585000

52

135

187

1870000

704

4455000

5280000

4455000

28

Vellore

923

171

1094

5470000

504

628

1132

11320000

2226

16790000

16695000

16695000

29

Villpuram

877

215

1092

5460000

458

565

1023

10230000

2115

15690000

15862500

15690000

30

Virudhunagar

454

106

560

2800000

179

238

417

4170000

977

6970000

7327500

6970000

15742

3330

19072

95360000

8186

9692

17878

178780000

36950

274140000

277125000

271720000

Total

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As many as 226 new primary schools and 88 new middle schools (up gradation from primary into middle schools) have been proposed. TLE grant @ Rs. 20,000 for 226 new primary schools and of TLE grant @ Rs. 50,000 for 88 upper primary schools are proposed.

Maintenance grant is used for refurbishing the physical environment of the schools which will contribute in attracting children to schools. Repairs in flooring, plastering, doors, windows, blackboards, getting new electricity connections, etc. are some of the works undertaken in schools with maintenance and repair works grant. The best practices in using the Maintenance Grant are filmed and shared with other schools for using the grant effectively. Community participation is encouraged for all works.

It is proposed to provide Maintenance grant to 23928 primaryGrant and 13022 Upper Primary Grant.

A sum of Rs. 2717.200 lakh has been proposed for this purpose.

The school grant is provided to equip the schools with facilities such as Chairs, Tables, Almirahs, Information Board, Tray for ABL cards and SLM kits, Mats etc., and for the replacement of non-functional School equipment and for incurring other recurring costs ,such as consumables, Sports equipments etc.,. For upper primary schools it is utilized towards items for science laboratories and computer education requirements

During the year 2014-2015 it is proposed to provide school grant at the rate of Rs.5000 per school to 37,918Primary sections and at the rate of Rs.7000/- per school to 16355 Upper Primary sections. An amount of Rs.3040.75 2014-15.

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lakh is purposed for

It is proposed to provide the TLM grant of Rs.500 per teacher for 121201 primary teachers and 83274 upper primary teachers and an amount of Rs.1022.375 lakh is to be earmarked.

4.9. Research, Evaluation, Supervision and Monitoring The Monitoring Process involved assessing of progress, diagnosing strength and weaknesses and taking remedial measures according to needs of teachers, schools and related educational functionaries. The pedagogical processes have been undergoing a transformation qualitatively due to interventions under SSA. Two parameters of evaluating pedagogical change in Tamilnadu are (i) The process (ii) The output. The process includes in-service training inputs aimed at developing professional competence of teachers, improving their classroom practices, developing teachers as knowledge managers, enriching the academic and psychological capacity of teachers enabling teacher to solve immediate problem through Action Research studies.

Towards bringing about all-round and holistic development of the child, Research findings helps in formulating several strategies to improve the status. Provision of Quality of education to Children is to be continuously monitored and suggestive measure and also to be discussed in large with teachers and facilitating officials. Presently based on RTE Act 2009 continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation and no detention policy is in vogue in the state. SABL, SALM, and ALM has been introduced and it is essential to monitor the implementation process to ensure quality education to all children as per RTE. The achievement level of children is to be periodically assessed to know the status and suggested methodology for improvement. Hence the state is to initiate state level assessment survey in an effective way and the assessment it all so to be done scientifically. The finding are to be analyzed in detail and as an when needed additional inputs to every classroom is to be planned and teachers are to be appraised of the situation.

So the state is proposing an amount of ninety four lakhs (Rs.

94,00,000) for the content of achievement survey and analysis for the year 2014-15.

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The monitoring process is to be strengthened to study the progress, diagnosing the strength and weaknesses. The quality monitoring tools developed by NCERT under the guidance of MHRD is very useful in studying the field level reality the collection compilation consolidation and critical analysis of the report is will be essential in ensuring quality education to all children. During 2013-14 the state as developed a software for this purpose and analysis of the report was very useful in providing additional input to each teacher in involving themselves for enhancing the classroom process. During 2014-15 it is proposes Rs. six lakhs (6,00,000) for developing software and analysis.

Impact studies are to be conducted on various components to suggested ways and means for implementation of strategies.

District specific studies, will be taken up

by competent professionals, Universities and Educational consultant. The following studies have been planned to be conducted 2014-15.

S.No

Research Topic

1.

Impact of Activity Based Learning in Primary Education

2.

Impact of all welfare schemes – in increasing the enrolment of children in Govt. school Effect of imparting CCE in Middle School

3.

5.

Effectiveness on the implementation of CAL programme for improvement of quality education. Role of SSA intervention in reducing the social gap.

6.

Impact of Education by providing Model schools in EBBs.

4.

7.

i). Reasons for Drop outs ii). Methodologies for continuing education.

To carry out the above studies he some of Rs. 35 lakhs is proposed for the year 2014-15.

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School Readiness Programme School readiness is the foundation of equity and quality education. It is gaining global support as a viable means to help young children reach their full developmental potential and engage in Lifelong learning. School readiness is linked to improved academic outcomes in primary and secondary school and positive social and behavioural competencies in adulthood. While adhering to UNICEF‟s human rightsbased focus on the individual benefits of education, school readiness also builds human capital to address economic development. UNICEF‟s major effort is to achieve the universal access and completion of primary school by 2015. School readiness is an important component of the child friendly strategy. When children and families are prepared for school and schools are prepared for them, children are more likely to enroll in school on time and stay until they complete primary school.

Many definitions and conceptualizations of school readiness have been used in past decades; however, with recent advances in science and knowledge a growing consensus on the definition has emerged. School readiness is currently defined by three interlinked dimensions: a) Ready children b) Ready schools and c) Ready families.

Children, schools and families are considered ready when they have gained the competencies and skills required to interface with the other dimensions and support smooth transitions. For example, the child transitions to school, the school transitions to accepting new children into Grade 1, and the families transition to sending their children to school on time and interacting with the school. a. The „ready children‟ dimension focuses on children‟s learning and development. It refers to what children should know and be able to do in order to enter school ready and eager to learn, thereby enabling a successful transition to a primary school learning environment. 977

b. The „ready schools‟ dimension focuses on the school environment. It includes practices that: o Foster and support a smooth transition for children to primary school and beyond; and o Promote learning for all children. c. The „ready families‟ dimension focuses on parental and caregiver attitudes and involvement in their children‟s early learning, development and transition to school. Teacher Performance Tracking In achieving the major objectives of SSA and in providing Quality Education to all children is a challenging task which can be successfully carried out only with the full support and involvement of every teacher in the classrooms. The performance of teachers in classroom is to be monitored at frequent intervals and necessary suggestive strategies are also to be given to them for appropriate initiation by them. For which the State plan to hold Teacher performance Tracking system and school grading based on several indicators. The method and implementing procedure being arrived at.

Pindics Self assessment by teacher and Assessment of Teacher‟s work by supervisory officials is planned to conduct in 2014-15 following the guidelines of MHRD.

Monitoring/Survey is very essential for the progress of any activity. It further helps for improvement from the present status. Survey and census are to be carried out and documented.

Supervision at all levels in the course of implementation of the

project is essential. Review meeting are to be conducted at all levels SMC/BRC/ CRC/DPO/SPO. Hence an amount of Rs 90 lakh has been proposed for the year 2014-2015.

For the conduct of UDISE survey a sum of Rs 15.00 lakhs is also proposed for the year 2014.15 978

EMIS As mandated in Rule 9(d) of RTE Act 2009 “Every local authority shall maintain records of children upto the age of fourteen years residing within its jurisdiction”. Govt of Tamil Nadu has created a Databank of records of children with a fully equipped State level cell. The State Level EMIS cell caters to the needs of all Departments under School Education Department. Hence as a new innovation, further requirements is submitted for approving funds under the head starting from this year 2014-15. 1) For the above established fully equipped EMIS cell, the following items need to be procured.

2) For operating the EMIS cell, the following items are to be installed.

i.

Development of Online application software for overall module of EMIS-

ii.

Web Server configuration and loading online EMIS application Software for making the server operational successfully

iii.

Training for producing Resource Persons for managing EMIS Cell systems at Headquarters and at 32districts.

iv.

As the EMIS Cell equipped with 4 High End servers and 25 i5 Desktop Computers supported State level team comprising of 25 technical and concept experts.

For full-fledged operation of EMIS Cell the following accessories and need to be provided and procured for the effective operation.

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Non-recurring Cost Sl.No

1.

No of Items

Name of the Item UPS Inverter 25 KVA (for 2 hour back up for 25

Desktop computers) 2.

For extension of back up for additional 3 Hours

12. 13. 14.

15.

15

Total Amount in Rs.

5,00,000

5,00,000

25,000

3,75,000

Network Printer/ Xerox

2

1,00,000

2,00,000

Scanner

1

10,000

10,000

Web Cam

5

3000

15,000

Fax Machine

1

15,000

15,000

64 „‟ HD TV

1

1,00,000

1,00,000

Blue Ray Disc Player

1

25,000

25,000

Over Head Projector

1

80,000

80,000

5 Laptops

5

50,000

2,50,000

5,00,000

5,00,000

5,00,000

15,00,000

15,00,000

15,00,000

5,00,000

5,00,000

15,000

18,75,000

for additional batteries (1.5 KVA) 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

1

Unit Cost in Rs l

Development of Online application software for overall module of EMIS and reporting, intra departmental communication. Maintenance and upgrading databases on the server. Consultancy expertise and plan documentation of the complete project for establishing the system. Web Server configuration and loading online EMIS application Software for making the server operational successfully Training for producing Resource Persons for managing EMIS Cell systems at Headquarters and at 32districts Total

3 yr 1 -

125

74,45,000

For day to day operation of EMIS cell the following consumables and Maintenance of Equipments are required.

980

Recurring cost Sl.No

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

No of Items

Name of the Item

Unit Cost in Rs

Total Amount in Rs.

Network Printer/ Xerox toner

10

10,000

1,00,000/-

Scanner

1

2000/-

2000/-

Fax Machine

1

2000/-

2000/-

Antivirus Land Line Telephone connection to Fax Machine Land Line Telephone

25

500/-

12,500/-

1

12,000/-pa

12,000/-

1

12,000/-pa

12,000/-

Total

1,40,500

Hence proposal is submitted for approval of a total amount of Rs. 75,85,500/- for the year 2014-15. S. no

Research and Evaluation activities

1

State level monitoring and supervision

Rs in Lakh 96.000

2.

EMIS/

75..855

UDISE

15.000

SubTotal 186.855 3.

Research and Evaluation (District level)

4.

Achievement survey

5.

Evaluation and impact studies

94.000 35.000 SubTotal 129.000 Grant total 315.855

The total outlay proposed under this component for the year 2014-2015 is Rs. 315.855. Lakhs.

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4.10. Management: SSA is a flagship programme with an objective to provide quality education to all children in the age of 6-14 with a wider range of field functionaries. It is essentials to monitor the functioning of the entire system at all levels. The management of this structure is a challenging task .Under management, a maximum of 6% of the total project cost is permissible. To meet the cost on salary of the staff of the system provision of has been made.

a

Provision has also been made for the purchase of

furniture and other accessories to meet the growing needs of the offices at block, district and State.. A number of publications and journals on Education are published across the world. NUEPA & NCERT are also bringing out many publications. Latest trends in education, pedagogical concepts etc., need to percolate to the grass-roots level functionaries. So a provision has been made for purchase of books, periodicals, journals etc. Maintenance of equipment is inevitable in any organization, which uses the latest technology. Further Documentation of success stories and best practices will be helpful for necessary dissemination and replication. Some advanced equipment is also required for the purpose. Moreover from time-to-time media activity is essential to maintain the tempo of the programme. So provision has also been made for the above purposed. The service of experts/consultant in different fields are being engaged to advice on various issues related to SSA and provision has also been included. Funds have been earmarked for TA / DA, hiring of vehicles for effective supervision and monitoring. Funds has also been allotted for training to project staff at State/ District/Block level for capacity building, conducting seminars, Workshops, supply of learning materials and provision of hard wares and soft wares to BRCs & URCs, The other activities like, Maintenance of building. BRC Electricity and Telephone charges per block and audit fees are also proposed in the budget 2014-15. To strengthen the MIS unit at district and state level has been proposed.

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To carry out all the activities under management a some of Rs. 9999.089 lakhs has been proposed for the year 2014-15. 4.11. Learning Enhancement Programme “Educators don't necessarily have to teach. Instead, they can provide an environment and resources that kindle students‟ natural ability to learn on their own” Students can become bored sitting in a classroom for hours. Teaching aids can provide a welcome break for students who have been sitting for awhile and listening to an instructor lecture in front of the room. Educators can use various teaching aids besides textbooks to pique students‟ interest and demonstrate how things work. Visual aids, such as Blackboards, charts, maps, flash cards, and calendars are commonly used. Presentation tools such as bulletin boards, audiovisual equipment, and overhead projectors are also utilized frequently along with multimedia displays and computers. Interactive tools such as an assortment of charts, Writing sheets, Board- games, Work sheets ,Work books, Labels, Magnetic letters, writing, drawing and Mathematical kits are used effectively to teach various subjects in the „Teaching – learning process‟. By all means, to enhance the understanding level of the students, a great emphasize is laid on the „Need for Supporting Materials‟. SIMPLIFIED ACTIVITY-BASED LEARNING (ALL SUBJECTS) TAMIL MEDIUM – I TO IV CLASSES Simplified Activity-Based Learning describes a range of pedagogical approaches to teaching and learning. This however is based on the pedagogical principle of learning through activities, and enables individualized, self paced learning in an interesting and interactive manner. This methodology uses child-friendly educational aids to foster selflearning and allows a child to study according to its aptitude and skill. The availability of SABL cards with phonetic descriptions, vocabulary , writing activities and basic Mathematical concepts, further enhance the students language aspects like combining speech sounds and syllables, blending and segmenting sounds and sound identification, acquire the basic skills of speaking, listening, reading and writing and also strengthen the basic Mathematical concepts like shapes, numbers, numbers and operations and also centers on the cognitive and non-cognitive development of the students at Primary level. To enhance the above said skills among the Govt/Govt.Aided 983

school students of Class I to IV, an additional set of 45,000 cards for Rs. 2925 lakhs is placed for approval. PROVISION OF SABL CARDS IN ENGLISH MEDIUM Providing SABL cards for English medium sections facilitates the students to attain high proficiency in mastering the English language. Hence a proposal for Rs. 325 lakhs for 5000 sets of SABL cards in English medium for Govt / Govt.Aided school children of class I to IV is placed for approval. SELF LEARNING MATERIALS – MATHEMATICS (MEASURING KIT, ABACUS, WOODEN GEOMETRY BOX AND BOARD GAMES) SELF LEARNING MATERIALS - MATHS In order to make a classroom, performance based one, apart from the teaching aids being used by the teachers, Self Learning Materials for Mathematics serves as a source of reinforcing the competencies imparted in SABL cards. It manipulates on the optimistic view that it is possible for nearly all students to master any given set of objectives, if sufficient time (the opportunity to learn) is provided, along with appropriate materials and instructions. The SLM kit distributed to all the primary schools of the state develops the mathematical capability of students in various arithmetical processes such as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Teachers make use of these SLM kits before starting any new mathematical concepts and students are given opportunities to explore freely on these materials. This provides students the required hands on experience thorough knowledge and it also promotes students interest in mathematics and encourages the students to apply the learnt concept in day to day living.

MEASURING KIT Measuring kit helps the students to understand what it means to measure length, volume, weight and area and helps the students further to get familiarize with the measuring instruments, its need and the other aspects of measuring. The kit may

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comprise of the instruments such as rulers, scales, protectors, clocks, tape measures, thermometers, weighing scales, and few measuring jars.

ABACUS Abacus is an amazing, visually colorful and fascinating mathematical tool which provokes the students interest to learn well with concrete materials - being able to touch and see the beads involves their senses and helps reinforce number concepts. Obviously It grows with the child's development, starting from simple counting to addition, subtraction, multiplication and much more. GEOMETRY BOX A Geometrical instruments box is a basic requirement for those who learn geometry. Even before entering school, children develop intuitions about geometric shapes and their characteristics during their early explorations with their environment. Using Geometrical boxes students form intuitive ideas of space-filling, volume, spatial arrangements, distance, and directionality. Students are able to make use of these Geometrical instruments like Compass, Protractor, Divider, Set Squares to draw Ray, Line, Line Segments and measure length, breadth, height. They also make angles 0 360 degree and other Geometrical parameters like Line Segment, Arc, Circle, Perpendicular, Parallel Lines and many more Geometrical diagrams. Using Protractor they are able to draw Perpendicular, Line Segments, Semi Circle, Dividing Line Segments etc. BOARD GAMES Using board games in the language classroom is an effective, low-anxiety, and fun way for students to learn and practice communication skills as well as develop their own communication strategies that can be readily applied to the real world. To further promote the above required skills among the students and to strengthen them in mathematical applications, It is proposed to distribute 38,000 sets of SLM and other Mathematical kits on Rs.325 lakhs to all Govt/Govt.Aided Primary and Upper primary Schools – Class I to V

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the

WORK SHEETS FOR MAPPING EXERCISE (HISTORICAL, GEOGRAPHICAL & POLITICAL) Children in upper primary classes are to be exposed to political, geographical and historical background of the native district, state and nation from the classes VI to VIII. The location of hills, rivers, seas and ocean, the ways of transport, plains, deserts and forests and the natural position and historical background to be made known to each child. More than hearing, observing and discussing actual marking of the places in the appropriate locations in the maps by each child by themselves and see the recordings as and when they require will be more helpful in retaining the facts so the state proposes to provide each child a book containing Outline maps of State , Nation and World to all children in classes VI to VIII. The children will be exposed to usage of the Outline maps

and to help them to remember the situation for longer time. A

proposal for Rs.520.9814 lakhs at the unit cost of Rs20 to 2604907 children is placed for approval. WOODEN GEOMETRY BOX Every object in this universe has definite shape and has definite Geometrical figure. These geometrical figures can be easily understood by the best use of Geometrical Instruments. Wooden Geometry box is a tool used by teachers to demonstrate formulation of figures, their measurements and analysis. This kit is very useful while introducing the geometrical concepts like distinguishing between point, line, ray and line segment and also in explaining the angle and different types of angles to the students. Hence a proposal of Rs. 160.53 lakhs at the unit cost of Rs.1000 to 16053 Govt /Govt.Aided Upper primary Schools is placed for approval.

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CCE – CHILDREN RECORD AND REPORT FORMAT,STUDENTS PORT FOLIO AND CUMULATIVE RECORD To facilitate children in holistic development of personality and to promote child‟s creative activities and problem solving skills, CCE plays a vital role. The attainment levels of children both in scholastic and co- scholastic activities are planned to be recorded in cumulative record sheets. The children‟s performance on every activity will be assessed and recorded in the prescribed subject specific format for children in grade. The consolidated performance of children in every quarter in grades will be recorded in the cumulative record and shared with parents. Hence a proposal for Rs.1155.352 lakhs at the unit cost of Rs.20 to 5776760 school children is placed for approval. MATERIALS FOR SCIENCE LAB IN UPPER PRIMARY SCHOOLS Students at the upper primary level develop the ability to conduct science investigations as well as deepen their understanding of the world around them. Children learn specific skills of questioning, making and testing, predicting, collecting, recording data and examining patterns. Opportunities are presented to children in Government schools that allow them to use all these skills with information that is highly interesting to children so that they are motivated to investigate and use new skills. With a view to promote the above, It is analysed at the state level that the students belonging to the schools upgraded through SSA exhibit good level of progress in attaining the expected Science Skills by the provision of Science Lab at the cost of RS 50,000 to each school. Hence, the state has proposed to form 2577 Science Labs in the Government upper primary schools functioning prior to 2002. As a result a proposal for Rs 1288.50 lakhs at the cost of RS 50000 per school is placed for the approval.

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PROPOSAL FOR LEP PROGRAMME 2014-15

S.NO

Proposal for the Programme

BENEFICIARIES

SABL cards (All Subjects) -Tamil 1 medium - I to IV Classes

Govt/Govt Aided School children

Provision of SABL 2 cards in English medium

Govt/Govt Aided School Children

PHYSICAL

UNIT

FINANCIAL

COST

(in Lakh)

45000

6500

2925

5000

6500

325

38000

5000

1900

5776760

20

1155.352

2604907

20

520.9814

16053

1000

160.53

2577

50000

1288.5

of Class I to IV

of Class I to IV Children of Govt/Govt Aided

SLM kit - Maths 3 (Measuring Kit, Abacus ) CCE - Children record and report 4 format,Students Port folio and Cumulative record Work sheets for mapping exercise 5 (Historical, Geographical & Political) Wooden Geometry 6 box for teachers use in the classroom

Primary & Upper primary School Class I to V Govt/Govt Aided School children - Class I to VIII

Govt/Govt Aided School children - Class VI to VIII Govt/Govt Aided Upper primary Schools Govt Upper primary Schools

Materials for Science 7 Lab in Upper primary schools

functioning prior to 2002 (other than schools upgraded through SSA) Total

8275.3634

988

To carry out the above mentioned LEP programmes an amount of Rs 8275.362 lakh has been proposed for the year 2014-15

Table-19 PROPOSAL FOR LEP PROGRAMME 2014-15 SABL cards (All Subjects) -Tamil medium - I to IV Classes S.NO 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Name of the District Chennai Coimbatore Cuddalore Dharmapuri Dindigul Erode Kancheepuram Kanyakumari Karur Krishngiri Madurai Nagapattinam Namakkal Perambalur Pudukkottai Ramanathapuram Salem Sivagangai Thanjavur Theni The Nilgiris Trichy Thirunelveli Thiruvallur T V Malai Thiruvarur Thoothukkudi Vellore Villupuram Virudhunagar Total

PHYSICAL

UNIT COST 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500

826 2277 1566 1261 1693 1924 1633 693 821 1584 1666 1216 1050 989 1554 1282 1929 1230 1600 813 467 1638 2415 1585 2171 960 1687 2505 2413 1552 45000

989

FINANCIAL (in Lakh) 5369000 14800500 10179000 8196500 11004500 12506000 10614500 4504500 5336500 10296000 10829000 7904000 6825000 6428500 10101000 8333000 12538500 7995000 10400000 5284500 3035500 10647000 15697500 10302500 14111500 6240000 10965500 16282500 15684500 10088000 292500000

Table-20 PROPOSAL FOR LEP PROGRAMME 2014-15 SABL cards (All Subjects) - English medium - I to IV Classes S.NO 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Name of the District Chennai Coimbatore Cuddalore Dharmapuri Dindigul Erode Kancheepuram Kanyakumari Karur Krishngiri Madurai Nagapattinam Namakkal Perambalur Pudukkottai Ramanathapuram Salem Sivagangai Thanjavur Theni The Nilgiris Trichy Thirunelveli Thiruvallur T V Malai Thiruvarur Thoothukkudi Vellore Villupuram Virudhunagar State

PHYSICAL

UNIT COST 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500 6500

80 160 160 100 100 120 410 220 100 390 270 70 120 150 150 60 190 150 150 80 70 110 260 130 550 60 90 190 230 80 5000

990

FINANCIAL (in Lakh) 520000 1040000 1040000 650000 650000 780000 2665000 1430000 650000 2535000 1755000 455000 780000 975000 975000 390000 1235000 975000 975000 520000 455000 715000 1690000 845000 3575000 390000 585000 1235000 1495000 520000 32500000

Table-21 Self Learning Materials (Maths Kit) - I to V Classes S.NO 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Name of the District Chennai Coimbatore Cuddalore Dharmapuri Dindigul Erode Kancheepuram Kanyakumari Karur Krishngiri Madurai Nagapattinam Namakkal Perambalur Pudukkottai Ramanathapuram Salem Sivagangai Thanjavur Theni The Nilgiris Trichy Thirunelveli Thiruvallur T V Malai Thiruvarur Thoothukkudi Vellore Villupuram Virudhunagar State

PHYSICAL

UNIT COST 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000

460 1860 1425 1186 1400 1700 1359 555 760 1440 1262 1040 920 856 1420 1140 1551 1152 1386 628 443 1355 1895 1369 1781 893 1356 2148 2050 1210 38000

991

FINANCIAL (in Lakh) 2300000 9300000 7125000 5930000 7000000 8500000 6795000 2775000 3800000 7200000 6310000 5200000 4600000 4280000 7100000 5700000 7755000 5760000 6930000 3140000 2215000 6775000 9475000 6845000 8905000 4465000 6780000 10740000 10250000 6050000 190000000

Table – 22 PROPOSAL FOR LEP PROGRAMME 2014-15 CCE - Children's Cumulative record and Port folio - I to VIII Classes S.NO 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Name of the District Chennai Coimbatore Cuddalore Dharmapuri Dindigul Erode Kancheepuram Kanyakumari Karur Krishngiri Madurai Nagapattinam Namakkal Perambalur Pudukkottai Ramanathapuram Salem Sivagangai Thanjavur Theni The Nilgiris Trichy Thirunelveli Thiruvallur T V Malai Thiruvarur Thoothukkudi Vellore Villupuram Virudhunagar State

PHYSICAL

UNIT COST 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20

198832 304130 222905 141250 217981 201501 225870 110432 79989 175256 260563 161426 112578 135697 167045 141409 281036 113736 206711 126658 45935 233658 316095 198203 239050 120495 171729 338161 315718 212711 5776760

992

FINANCIAL (in Lakh) 3976640 6082600 4458100 2825000 4359620 4030020 4517400 2208640 1599780 3505120 5211260 3228520 2251560 2713940 3340900 2828180 5620720 2274720 4134220 2533160 918700 4673160 6321900 3964060 4781000 2409900 3434580 6763220 6314360 4254220 115535200

Table – 23 PROPOSAL FOR LEP PROGRAMME 2014-15 Worksheets for mapping exercise (Historical, Geographical and Political) - VI to VIII Classes S.NO 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Name of the District Chennai Coimbatore Cuddalore Dharmapuri Dindigul Erode Kancheepuram Kanyakumari Karur Krishngiri Madurai Nagapattinam Namakkal Perambalur Pudukkottai Ramanathapuram Salem Sivagangai Thanjavur Theni The Nilgiris Trichy Thirunelveli Thiruvallur T V Malai Thiruvarur Thoothukkudi Vellore Villupuram Virudhunagar State

PHYSICAL

UNIT COST

110863 143499 102063 61507 93526 87808 110272 59581 33687 70600 118061 74986 50301 55850 70889 60515 127826 52811 95746 52818 22765 107512 137868 94120 100313 54567 77264 152026 134137 91126

20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20

2604907

993

FINANCIAL (in Lakh) 2217260 2869980 2041260 1230140 1870520 1756160 2205440 1191620 673740 1412000 2361220 1499720 1006020 1117000 1417780 1210300 2556520 1056220 1914920 1056360 455300 2150240 2757360 1882400 2006260 1091340 1545280 3040520 2682740 1822520 52098140

Table – 24 PROPOSAL FOR LEP PROGRAMME 2014-15 Wooden / Plastic Geometry Box for Teachers used in Upper Primary Classes S.NO 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Name of the District Chennai Coimbatore Cuddalore Dharmapuri Dindigul Erode Kancheepuram Kanyakumari Karur Krishngiri Madurai Nagapattinam Namakkal Perambalur Pudukkottai Ramanathapuram Salem Sivagangai Thanjavur Theni The Nilgiris Trichy Thirunelveli Thiruvallur T V Malai Thiruvarur Thoothukkudi Vellore Villupuram Virudhunagar State

PHYSICAL

UNIT COST 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000

441 795 620 548 456 661 675 381 297 562 567 450 344 420 547 373 692 487 536 299 216 587 663 578 705 400 500 899 867 487 16053

994

FINANCIAL (in Lakh) 441000 795000 620000 548000 456000 661000 675000 381000 297000 562000 567000 450000 344000 420000 547000 373000 692000 487000 536000 299000 216000 587000 663000 578000 705000 400000 500000 899000 867000 487000 16053000

Table – 25

PROPOSAL FOR LEP PROGRAMME 2014-15 Materials for Science Lab in Upper Primary Classes S.NO

Name of the District

1

Chennai

2

PHYSICAL

UNIT COST

FINANCIAL (in Lakh)

89

50000

4450000

Coimbatore

134

50000

6700000

3

Cuddalore

114

50000

5700000

4

Dharmapuri

43

50000

2150000

5

Dindigul

77

50000

3850000

6

Erode

124

50000

6200000

7

Kancheepuram

128

50000

6400000

8

Kanyakumari

94

50000

4700000

9

Karur

54

50000

2700000

10

Krishngiri

50

50000

2500000

11

Madurai

79

50000

3950000

12

Nagapattinam

68

50000

3400000

13

Namakkal

35

50000

1750000

14

Perambalur

39

50000

1950000

15

Pudukkottai

102

50000

5100000

16

Ramanathapuram

71

50000

3550000

17

Salem

75

50000

3750000

18

Sivagangai

100

50000

5000000

19

Thanjavur

98

50000

4900000

20

Theni

47

50000

2350000

21

The Nilgiris

53

50000

2650000

22

Trichy

139

50000

6950000

23

Thirunelveli

56

50000

2800000

24

Thiruvallur

103

50000

5150000

25

T V Malai

108

50000

5400000

26

Thiruvarur

53

50000

2650000

27

Thoothukkudi

65

50000

3250000

28

Vellore

187

50000

9350000

29

Villupuram

138

50000

6900000

30

Virudhunagar

54 2577

50000

2700000

50000

128850000

State

995

4.12. Computer Aided Learning

Computer Aided Learning The ultimate aim of CAL is to enhance the quality of minds across the learning spectrum by providing integrated education blended with technology. The education space is constantly evolving becomes exciting and dynamic. The proposed amount is Rs. 1500.00 lakh. Tentative schedule for 2014-15

S.No 1

2

Activity

Progress and Time frame

Procurement of hardware and

Establishing qualitative technology based centres at

plan for quality assurance

schools as CAL resource centres – July 2014

Training for teachers





Capacity building

Equipping teachers on basic computer skills to

training on basic

enrich the technical knowledge of teachers – June

computer skills

2014

Project based learning

Infusing technology into their instruction, help facilitate the successful integration of computers into classrooms - July 2014

 

Reinforcement training

Acquiring new technique for teaching Science and

on Maths and Science

Maths - August 2014

Hardware training

Evoking the alertness of teachers to maintain hardware and software equipments – Sept 2014

3

Preparing e-learning materials

Enriching the existing knowledge based on the curriculum by providing supportive materials to reinforce the concept – August 2014

4

5

Maintaining the established

Maintenance camps are to be conducted at block

CAL centers

level – November 2014

Quality monitoring and

Regular feedbacks from field officer, Visit by District

performance tracking on CAL

level monitoring officers, MIS feedbacks, external study etc.

6

Documentation and sharing of

Feedback from field officer and professional

good practices

documentation - Annual

996

Providing Hardware and Software for the year 2014-15 Computer Aided Learning enhances the understanding power of students. Multimedia Projectors makes them not to crowd around a single computer monitor to view presentations. Hence the provision of computer and Projector becomes an essential art in learning. Some districts in Tamilnadu are backward in social and educational indicators. The world we live in today is a world of unequal opportunities. There is a gap between those who have the access, skills and opportunities to be successful and those who do not. To bridge the gap, the students in remote and rural areas have to be given priority in imparting the learning with modern technology.

Technological education should be

extended to all children who are never enrolled in school, drop out prematurely from school. 

Establishing 949 new CAL Centers with 2952 units at elementary schools with the provision of computers and Multimedia Projectors at the estimated cost of Rs.1251.648 lakhs across the state.



Special

focused

districts

like

Cuddalore,

Kanchipuram,

Kanyakumari,

Nagapattinam, Perambalur, Thiruvarur and Villupuram will be given more importance. The required CAL centres in Theni and The Nilgiris are very meagre, the necessity of providing computers and other peripherals to the upper primary classes will be fulfilled successfully in the forthcoming academic year 2014-15.

Districts

2004-2005 0

2005-2006 16

2006-2007 25

0

17

Ramanathapuram

200

Theni

to be replaced in the year 2014-15

20072008 78

21

24

72

3

21

19

166

9

150

8

17

68

45

The Nilgiris

0

9

15

67

6

Thoothukudi

0

31

36

84

21

350

102

136

535

105

Chennai Kanyakumari

Total

997

If 321 computers are provided to the above districts in the forth coming year, then all the schools with upper primary classes will be covered successfully. Moreover as per Income Tax Act, Rates of Depreciation Allowance as percentage for computers including computer software is 60% - Under Machinery and Plant sub section of 5. The depreciation value for the computers provided to the above districts has become less and utilized for more than 5 years, hence 1123 computers are to be replaced in the year 2014-15. Capacity building training on basic computer skills Teachers are the main gatekeepers in allowing educational innovations to diffuse into the classrooms.

Hence one of the key factors for effective an integration of

computers in the school curriculum is adequate training of teachers in handling and managing these new tools in their daily practices. 

To empower the teachers, it is proposed to train 34610 teachers on latest computer technologies

Project Based Learning  As Projects become an integral part of CCE, it incorporates reflection activities that lead students to think critically about their experiences and to link them to specific learning standards 

The impact of the Project Based Learning training has been tremendous. As a result of the training, our teachers are encouraged to participate in so many contests which involve students.



To hyperlink the formative assessment of the students, 2400 teachers will be given PBL training for the year 2014-15 across the state.

Computer Assisted Learning workshop Education becomes an inseparable part of technology. should not be illiterates of modern technology.

The future citizens

Teachers have to be excelled in

converting stones into shining diamonds. Keeping this in mind, It has been planned to impart reinforcement training for 14520 Upper Primary teachers handling Science and Maths subjects. 998

Hardware training The petty faults happen in the hardware cannot be rectified by the teachers. Hence the system cannot be in regular usage which leads to a mammoth problem. To identify and rule out the faults in the budding stage itself, teachers are to be trained technically.

To create awareness, 826 teachers will be given training and will be

provided with tool kit. 2 Resource persons from each district will be trained as Master Resource Persons (as per block count). The systems having minor faults would be rectified with the help of these resource persons. Maintenance In the past years, CAL centers have been established and computers and other peripherals were provided to the schools. It is found that some of the computers and other peripherals are in non-working condition. Hence it is planned to maintain the systems at block level to ensure the proper maintenance of systems in schools by the teachers who are already trained in the hardware training.  

Non working computers and peripherals will be brought to the nearby maintenance camp Service support group for maintenance will be formed with the following members o Service Engineers of the concerned agency where peripherals procured o Local Polytechnic lecturer o District Coordinator and Computer Programmer o Master Resource person of the digital help line group



Peripherals with warranty period will be given immediate replacement and other minor faults will be identified and rectified then and there.



For the year 2014-15, maintenance for 1500 computers has been proposed.

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Development of E learning Materials:Educational technology can facilitate the teaching and learning process and potentially make education richer and more stimulating by creating environment and presenting content. 12 CDs are provided by Ernst and Young Foundation as E-learning materials for the classes 1-5 for the subjects Maths and Science in the year 2012 -2013. For the remaining classes and subjects, it is planned to develop the e- materials with the following criteria. 

E-content to be developed mainly by the teachers as they are field experts.

  

Difficult portion to be identified with a team of teachers. More activities are to be included to enrich and reinforce the difficult concepts. Presentation is enhanced by mixing of information in formats like sound, video and so on to create a remarkable impact on students‟ mind.

Activity 1 - Technology infrastructure (in lakh)

 

949 schools will be provided with three computer units each 2952 computer units to be provided

1251.648

Activity 2 – Training

   

34610 teachers are to be trained with basic computer skills 2400 teachers are to be trained in Project Based Learning 14520 middle school teachers are to be involved in CAL reinforcement training on Science and Maths Hardware training for 826 teachers

173.742 7.2 21.78 1.11

Activity 3 - E-learning



E-learning contents and required software for enhancing students learning process

14.52

Activity 4 - Hardware maintenance



1500 computers are to be maintained tentatively at district level by Maintenance group Total Expenditure

30.000 1500.000

The outlay for Computer Aided Learning is Rs. 1500 lakh at the rate of Rs.50 lakh per District.

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4.13. Early Childhood Care and Education ECCE is a support for the universalisation of elementary education and also indirectly influences enrolment and retention of girls in primary schools by providing substitute care facilities for younger siblings.

ECCE is also envisaged in the role of a support service for working women. 

The pre-school education component of ECCE has demonstrated a positive impact on retention rates and achievement levels in primary grades.



However, it is important to note that attendance in pre-schools does not automatically guarantee better academic achievement.

Quality' aspects, such as a healthy environment, stimulating activities and encouraging, care-giving teachers, are imperative to ensure all-round development in children. ECCE includes Supplementary nutrition, Immunization, Health checkups, Referral services, Non-formal pre-school education, Nutrition and health education for children below six years and pregnant and nursing mothers. Early Childhood Care and Education will be planned to improve the quality of Anganwadi centres to supply the child friendly learning cards ,activity book contains songs, stories, games, concept time curriculum activities for all centres and training will be planned to give all anganwadi workers, block level supervisors and all CDPOs and BRTEs. It helps to children to learn quickly with understanding the new concept. Odi Vilaiyadupappa curriculum introduced in pilot way in selected districts in selected anganwadi centers. This year SSA planned to extend this curriculum to all centers and training will be imparted to all anganwadi workers for implementing this curriculum. The budget proposed for ECCE Rs.15.000 lakh per district.

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Table-26 District wise number of ECCE Centres - No. of Children to be covered in 2014-15

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

No. of centres to be supplied learining Districts Meterails Chennai 1342 Coimbatore 3197 Cuddalore 2033 Dharmapuri 1321 Dindigul 2031 Erode 2080 Kancheepuram 2351 Kanyakumari 1401 Karur 1096 Krishnagiri 1796 Madurai 2042 Nagapattinam 1325 Namakkal 1598 Perambalur 1241 Pudukkottai 1811 Ramanathapuram 1495 Salem 2696 Sivagangai 1552 Thanjavur 1731 Theni 1080 The Nilgiris 490 Thiruchirappalli 1808 Thirunelveli 2562 Thiruvallur 2085 Thiruvannamalai 2102 Thiruvarur 1260 Thoothukudi 1509 Vellore 2992 Villupuram 2927 Virudhunagar 1485 Total

54439

Proposal for 2014-15 No. of Beneficiaries Joint Trg. & Trg. to Anganwadi workers 1342 3197 2033 1321 2031 2080 2351 1401 1096 1796 2042 1325 1598 1241 1811 1495 2696 1552 1731 1080 490 1808 2562 2085 2102 1260 1509 2992 2927 1485

Boys 13591 5547 35412 19587 30280 19581 35414 15556 11008 23917 31936 22744 19568 19638 24458 14226 45991 14884 19829 17328 5143 30503 38218 34996 45959 13451 17606 50323 54675 22036

Girls 12546 5120 32688 18081 27951 18074 32690 14359 10162 22077 29480 20995 18062 18127 22577 13132 42453 13739 18303 15995 4748 28156 35279 32304 42424 12416 16251 46452 50469 20340

Total 26137 10667 68100 37668 58231 37655 68104 29915 21170 45994 61416 43739 37630 37765 47035 27358 88444 28623 38132 33323 9891 58659 73497 67300 88383 25867 33857 96775 105144 42376

54439

753405

695450

1448855

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Total outlay of the programme is Rs. 449.122 lakh 1

Activity Learning Materials: 1.Activitybook 2.Anganwadi teachers Manual. 3.Cocept time activity book. 4. Children cards.

1

Joint training to Anganwadi Workers Total

2.

Unit Cost Rs.

Physical

Amount in lakhs

700

54439

381.073

125

54439

68.049 449.122

In the coming year 2014-15, it is proposed to supply learning materials ( activity book contains songs, games, stories, art and creative work, concept time content subject wise and flash cards for children ) to 54439 centres, it is proposed to give training to all the Anganwadi workers, supervisors CDPOs and one BRTE for one Block. Overall, as many as 1448855 children will be benefited. Outcomes: . 

Learning through play way method will encourage the children to come to ECCE centre regularly.



Children learn Alphabets & numbers to do the dimensional shape, learning through abacus method, to create building blocks with the support of the play material etc.



A handbook of activities for Anganwadi workers. This book contains activities that has to be conducted under

„Pesi Padi Magizhvom „

&

„Vilayadi Karpom‟ 

A guidebook for Anganwadi workers, with clear guidelines on the actual process of conducting the activities like „Pesi Padi Magizhvom „ &‟ Vilayadi Karpom‟. This book also contains the Year- plan which will help the AWW to plan and implement effectively. 1003

Training for Anganwadi workers: 2 days training for Anganwadi workers will be impart in the year 2014-15 to implement the “Odi vilayadu pappa curriculum”. All Anganwadi workers (54439) will be imparted training in the connection of “Odi vilayadu pappa in the ECCE centres. Outcomes: Anganwadi workers learn the curriculum and implemented according to a schedule to help the children learn by play way method. Schedule of activities for 2014 – 2015:

Activities

Month

Preparation and modification of activity book and April-2014 Training module Printing of the module and training materials

May - 2014

Training to Anganwadi workers at state level, June &September- 2014 District level and Block level.

4.14. Girls Education The fulfillment of girls‟ right to education is first and foremost an obligation and moral imperative. There is also overwhelming evidence that girls‟ education, especially at the secondary level, is a powerful transformative force for societies and girls themselves: it is the one consistent positive determinant of practically every desired development outcome, from reductions in mortality and fertility, to poverty reduction and equitable growth, to social norm change and democratization. Recognizing the need for fresh and creative perspectives to propel girls‟ education forward, SarvaShikshaAbhiyan in collaboration with the State Government will address the importance of new technology, but also innovation in partnerships, policies, resource utilization, community mobilization, and most of all, the engagement of young people themselves 1004

The programme for the year 2014-15, is presented in the table below. 1. Art and creative Mela 2. Life oriented Training 3. Girls Club- Rights sensitization 4. Mathematics Olympiad Art and creative Mela: Art and creative work is a tool for equipping students with knowledge and skills across the curriculum is stimulate cognitive development and to encourage innovative and creative thinking. It is also worth mentioning that many researchers have pointed out that by motivating students to take an active participation in arts and creative work, is recognize as a means of achieving one of UNESCOs central education goals. It is their fore the arts and creative work should be given a central place in all educational programs. In this situation providing and encouraging art and creative works among the Girl children is unavoidable. Therefore we have decided to conduct art and creative mela at school, block for Girl children from 6th to 8th std. The best three will be selected for block level mela. Life oriented Training: We have decided to give Life Oriented Training to Girl children in 2014-2015. It includes : 1. Kitchen gardening 2. Personality development 3. Martial Arts 4. Natural medicines Life oriented training will be imparted all the upper primary schools in a phase way manner as well as to cover all the students.

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Mathematics Olympiad: Mathematics is the queen of Science. So it is very important to make the children especially Girl children to understand the maths concept crystal clear. Most of the Girl children are having a phobia on this subject. Hence in order to remove the maths phobia among the Girl children, it is necessary to provide a maths training to them at school level with resource person. We must prepare our Girl children to participate and won prize in the International Maths Olympiad. BRC &CRC level training: Maths Olympiad completion will be held in school, blocks, and district level Girls Club- Rights sensitization: The activities and programs of Girls club will be based on Girls rights, Child marriage, Sexual abuse, Girl child abduction, Safety measures, self-confidence, and necessity of education for the girl child. Recently a few incident regarding child marriage took place in the remote villages of various Districts. But luckily these incidents were stopped by Social welfare officer in right time. So in order to avoid such king of situation an awareness program should be given to the children. It should deal with the adverse effect of child marriage

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Table-27 Girls Education Proposal for 2014-15 Proposal for 2014-15 No of Schools No. of children to be covered S.No

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Districts

Chennai Coimbatore Cuddalore Dharmapuri Dindigul Erode Kancheepuram Kanyakumari Karur Krishnagiri Madurai Nagapattinam Namakkal Perambalur Pudukkottai Ramanathapuram Salem Sivagangai Thanjavur Theni The Nilgiris Thiruchirappalli Thirunelveli Thiruvallur Thiruvannamalai Thiruvarur Thoothukudi Vellore Villpuram Virudhunagar Total

Middle

High/ Hr.Sec

95 424 286 330 207 395 323 97 173 292 240 188 164 183 303 163

102 274 230 210 157 219 247 133 103 258 194 158 149 189 202 127

197 698 516 540 364 614 570 230 276 550 434 346 313 372 505 290

374 251 215 84 104 279 215 120 231 122 347 465 422 168 7260

267 133 220 88 100 240 134 82 197 156 326 334 358 176 5763

641 384 435 172 204 519 349 202 428 278 673 799 780 344 13023

Total

Life oriented Training

Maths Olympiad Training

Life oriented Training

10 22 14 8 16 20 14 9 8 10 15 11 15 10 13 11

2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000

1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000

1500 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500

21 12 15 8 4 16 21 14 18 10 13 22 22 11 413

2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000

1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000

1500 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500

210 120 150 80 40 160 210 140 180 100 130 220 220 110 60000 30000 45000 4130(schools) Source: Monthly Review Reports

No of Blocks

1007

Art and creative work

100 220 140 80 160 200 140 90 80 100 150 110 150 100 130 110

PROPOSAL FOR GIRLS EDUCATION-2014-15 S.NO ACTIVITY

UNIT COST(in Rs)

PHYSICAL

TOTAL (in lakh)

1

Life oriented Training

200

45000

90.00

2

Maths Olympiad Art and creative Mela:

200

30000

60.00

5000

4130(schools) 206.50

155

60000

3 Girls Clubsensitization:

4

Rights

TOTAL

99.00 449.50

Schedule of activities for 2014 – 2015

Activities

Month

Preparation of learning Materials May-2014 (Module) Girls Club- Rights sensitization

July-August 2014

Maths Olympiad Training

September-November – 2014

Life oriented Training

September & October – 2014

Art and creative work

October, November & December- 2014

Education for SC/ST Children The budget proposed for SC/ST is Rs 15 .000 lakh each per district. To reduce gender gap and to bring in social equity among SC/ST Children under innovation head, three important programmes are planned as follows; 

Study Tour Programme,



Leadership Skills Development Programme



Basic Computer Training Programme

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Study Tour Programme: Study tour is one of the interventions planned for all SC/ST children studying in upper primary sections. This will be organized in coordination with IRCTC and Tamil Nadu Tourism Development Corporation. Visits to places of historical importance such as Temples, Museum, Planetarium etc., have their own value. The SC/ST students who are socially and educationally backward will gain new knowledge about these places of importance.

They are sure to improve their self-confidence after visiting

these places as they will be sharing their experiences with other children, teachers and parents. What they study in the classrooms will be linked to what they see in their study tours. As they can improve their self confidence, there is every chance that they will also try to excel in their studies. Otherwise, they might never have such experiences in their life as they normally come from very humble background.

Outcomes:  Children would enjoy the excursion.  To understand historical importance of Museum, Planetarium, heritage, culture and behavioral pattern.  To help the students to gain self-confidence and social behavior among themselves.  To gain new tour experiences to the children.  To take on a tour to visit Chennai, Kanchipuram, Kanniyakumari, Madurai, Thrunelveli, Thanjavur districts. 6000 children will be benefitted. Leadership Skills Development Programme All children have the potential to develop their leadership skills. It is rightly said that “Great leaders are made not born”. Hence we can teach the skills necessary for children to take on leadership roles now and in the future. The requirement for leadership in early childhood education settings has and always will be a priority because of the link between high-caliber leadership and better outcomes for young children.

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The necessity of Leadership Skills Development (LSD) Training Involving children in leadership activities can help children: 

Boost their self-esteem



Improve public speaking and communication skills later in life



Teach them to identify their strengths and weaknesses



Help them develop organizational skills



Teach them to work with others

Many of the extra-curricular activities that school-age children are involved in often provide opportunities to develop leadership skills, including organized sports, dance, theater, camping, fishing, and martial arts. Many of these sports and activities help encourage teamwork and self-reliance, qualities of a good leader. Objectives of LSD Training Programme 

make children‟s learning, development and wellbeing the core focus



address children‟s rights and honour diversity of all kinds in positive, constructive and courageous ways



build respectful, trusting, nurturing and equitable relationships



build

respectful

and

genuine

connections

with

families

and

communities 

collaboratively develop a culture of ethical inquiry



Collaboratively create a community of learners.

Target Group LSD Training Programme will be provided to all SC/ST children studying in upper primary classes in

selected schools 51,000 SC/ST children will be trained for this

training programme at CRC level. Duration of the Training Programme: LSD Training Programme for upper primary children is planned for three days as Non-Residential Training programme . The training will be undertaken in batches of 50 children.. 1010

Mode of Training Programme: The LSD programme will be imparted to all SC/ST upper primary children at cluster level by utilizing the Block Resource Teacher Educators as the Resource Persons. These Resource Persons will be trained at the State, District and Block levels. A minimum Two Block Resource Teacher Educators will be the Resource Persons to a batch at the cluster level LSD training. Module Development: An exclusive module consisting of participatory approach contents will be developed by utilizing the relevant field experts and State Resource Group members to achieve the goals of this training programme. An amount will be utilized for the module development (inclusive of printing) from the allocation of the budget provided to each child. All the above planned activities during the training sessions will go a long way in bringing out a true „leader‟ in the children. 51000 Upper primary level SC/ST children will be benefited for 2014-2015. The unit cost is Rs 400 . Outlay for this activity is Rs204.000 lakh under SC/ST component. Basic Computer Training Programme

Computer has become inseparable from our life as it is being used for all purposes and in all contexts. Therefore, children should have exposure to use computer for all purposes of education. The skills in using computer will give the children confidence in their life. So, hands-on training in the use of computers is planned for 6, 7 and 8 Std SC/ST children. Basic Computer Education is very essential to gain the knowledge and ability to use computers. Children learn through computer art, painting, small presentation, solving mathematics problems, learning to communication English etc, The basic computer skills learning is very important to SC/ST children in the Upper primary level. It will motivate all the children to

enroll in schools in hill areas and remote

areas. This modern education is an asset to the SC/ST children 1011

Objectives of the training  To enable the children to familiarize in the basic operation of the computer.  To enable children to learn, explore their creativity , enhance their knowledge  To create the impact on the academic achievement of the middle school students.  Makes children more confidence and communicate effectively  Enables children to explore new ideas and represent information dynamically.  Build cognitive and create thinking skill  To connect the children in rural to the world today through to the wide spread use of computer technology.  Empowering enthusiasm among children.  Exposing students‟ real world activities that have significance beyond the classroom. Training Process "Technology is just tool. In terms of getting the kids together and motivate them, the teacher is most important" The State will plan to impart basic computer training to the children through Microsoft, NIIT, APF, INTEL and other reputed local agencies. State level training will be planned for two days to key resource persons. In turn District level training will be imparted to key resource persons, further three days non–residential on basic computer education programme will be imparted at CRC level .The training module will be prepared and give all children.

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Mode of the Training  3 days non-residential training to Upper primary SC/ST children at CRC level will be provided for Basic Computer Education Training.  In coordination with computer organization like Microsoft, NIIT, APF, INTEL and other reputed local agencies.  Basic Computer Education Training module will provide with notebook and pen to all the children. Outcomes:  To gain the knowledge and ability to use of computer  To connect the children in rural to the world where the world has become a global village with the use of computers.  It will motivate all SC/ST children to get

enrolled in the schools( in hill

areas and remote areas ) 35,640 Upper primary level SC/ST children will be benefited for 2014-2015. The unit cost is Rs 400 . Outlay for this activity is Rs146.000 lakh under SC/ST component. Calendar Activity: Activity Study Tour Programme,

Month July, August,2014

Leadership Skills August – November-2014 Development Programme

Basic Computer Education

July, August, Septembe -2014

Thus a total provision of Rs500 Lakh is proposed for all activities under this component.

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Table-28 Proposal for the Year 2014-15 Education of SC/ST Children - Proposal for 2014-15

Study Tour Prorgramme Basic Computer Education

Leadership Training Programme

Total

High / Hr.Sec

Middle

S.No. 1

Primary

Proposal for 2014-15 No. of schools (Govt. & Local body)

District Chennai

134

95

102

331

2

Coimbatore

1264

424

274

1962

3 4 5 6 7

Cuddalore Dharmapuri Dindigul Erode Kancheepuram

902 824 942 1178 855

286 330 207 395 323

230 210 157 219 247

1418 1364 1306 1792 1425

8

Kanyakumari

289

97

133

519

2700 2700 2700 2700 2700

9

Karur

529

173

103

805

10 11 12 13 14

Krishnagiri Madurai Nagapattinam Namakkal Perambalur

1119 794 575 683 569

292 240 188 164 183

258 194 158 149 189

1669 1228 921 996 941

15

Pudukkottai

1029

303

202

1534

2700 2700 2700 2700 2700

200

1188 1188 1188 1188 1188

200

1188

200 200 200 200 200

1188

2700 2700

200

2700

200 200 200 200 200 200

2700

200

1188

2700

200 200 200 200 200

1188

16

Ramanathapuram

770

163

127

1060

17 18 19 20 21

Salem Sivagangai Thanjavur Theni The Nilgiris

1088 725 936 324 250

374 251 215 104 84

267 133 220 100 88

1729 1109 1371 528 425

2700

22

Thiruchirappalli

842

231

197

1270

2700 2700 2700 2700 2700

23

Thirunelveli

642

122

156

920

24 25 26 27 28

Thiruvallur Thiruvannamalai Thiruvarur Thoothukudi Vellore

934 1293 581 503 1430

279 347 215 120 465

240 326 134 82 334

1453 1966 930 705 2229

29

Villpuram

1335

422

358

2115

2700 2700 2700 2700 2700

30

Virudhunagar

634

168

176

978

23973

7260

5763

36999

1014

1188 1188 1188 1188 1188 1188

2700

Tamilnadu

200

1188 1188

1188 1188

200

1188 1188 1188

2700

200

1188

2700

200 200 200 200 200

1188

200

1188 1188 1188 1188 1188

2700

200

1188

51000

6000

35640

Proposal Budget for the Year 2014-15 S. No 1 2 3

Unit

Activity

Cost(Rs)

Study Tour Programme Leadership Skills Development Programme Basic Computer Education Training

Physical

2500

6000

400

51000

400

35640

Total

92640

Amount (In Lakh) 150.000

204.000 142.560 496.560

Minority Education – Proposal for 2014-15 Study Tour: In order to develop the self esteem and wide knowledge of Children belonging to minority community study tour are to be proposed. Taking them to a field visit or study tour enriches as well empowers them by travel Personality Development Programme: The students of minority community have to be equal in all aspects. This is possible only by imparting such training to improve their personality. The major aspects like positive thinking, goal setting, problem solving, copying with shyness, improving good habits and so

these components should be assigned and

Personality Development Programme

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organized as

Table 29

S.No.

District

Minority Education – Proposal for 2014-15 Proposal for 2014-15 Total No.of Govt & Local body No. of children/Schools Schools to be covered Personality High / Study Tour Development Primary Middle Hr.Sec Total Programme Programme

1

Chennai

134

95

102

331 1962

100 100

1000 1000

2

Coimbatore

1264

424

274

3

Cuddalore

902

286

230

1418

100

1000

4

Dharmapuri

824

330

210

1364

100

1000

5

Dindigul

942

207

157

1306

100

1000

6

Erode

1178

395

219

1792

100

1000

7

Kancheepuram

855

323

247

1425

100

1000

8

Kanyakumari

289

97

133

519

100

1000

9

Karur

529

173

103

805

100

1000

10

Krishnagiri

1119

292

258

1669

100

1000

11

Madurai

794

240

194

1228

100

1000

12

Nagapattinam

575

188

158

921

100

1000

13

Namakkal

683

164

149

996

100

1000

14

Perambalur

569

183

189

941

100

1000

15

Pudukkottai

1029

303

202

1534

100

1000

16

Ramanathapuram

770

163

127

1060

100

1000

17

Salem

1088

374

267

1729

100

1000

18

Sivagangai

725

251

133

1109

100

1000

19

Thanjavur

936

215

220

1371

100

1000

20

Theni

324

104

100

528

100

1000

21

The Nilgiris

250

84

88

425

100

1000

22

Thiruchirappalli

842

231

197

1270

100

1000

23

Thirunelveli

642

122

156

920

100

1000

24

Thiruvallur

934

279

240

1453

100

1000

25

Thiruvannamalai

1293

347

326

1966

100

1000

26

Thiruvarur

581

215

134

930

100

1000

27

Thoothukudi

503

120

82

705

100

1000

28

Vellore

1430

465

334

2229

100

1000

29

Villpuram

1335

422

358

2115

100

1000

30

Virudhunagar State

634 23973

168 7260

176 5763

978 36999

100

1000

3000

30000

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For the year 2014-15, 3000 minority children will benefit through study tour. 30,000 minority children will be given Personality Development training An amount of Rs. 150.00 lakh has been earmarked for the activities of Minority children.

S.NO

ACTIVITY

1

Study Tour Programme

UNIT COST(in Rs)

PHYSICAL

TOTAL (in lakh)

3000

3000

90.00

200

30000

60.00

Personality Development

2

Programme Total

150.00

Schedule of activities for 2014 – 2015

Activities Preparation of

Month learning Materials May-2014

(Module) Personality Development Programme Study Tour Programme

August- December 2014 October-January-2015

4.15. Community Mobilization With a view to strengthen the participation of members of SMC with ownership mood the orientation training is planned to be conducted in a decentralized manner and to involve members by themselves in all the activities of School Management Committees, a budget provision of Rs. 4184.745 lakh has been proposed. 1. Process to be involved in community leaders‟ training for 2014-15  This training will be conducted in cascade mode.  Brainstorming workshop will be conducted 1017

 The services of Resource persons from SCERT, Tamil Nadu Science Forum, Universities (Professors), Experts from Rural Development and Panchayat Raj department and other related departments, freelance experts and NGOs will be utilized.  Focus will be on significance of Right to Education Act, 2009, Children’s Rights, School Development Plan, and Health, Nutrition and Cleanliness. Strategies for the training:  Training will be conducted in cascade mode, training module will include Songs and street play on RTE norms, women‟s rights, child rights health, nutrition and hygiene, , discussion, debate. Power-point presentation in local language, charts for display will be some of the strategies adopted during the training.  Three-day Cluster level Non Residential Training programme for

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community members per SMC (544140).  Three-day Cluster level Non Residential Training programme for Local Authority members (53368). School Community Connect: RTE Awareness rally Awareness rally is planned to be conducted by all the schools of Tamil Nadu to create awareness on RTE in the community. The School headmaster, teachers, students and SMC members will make a part of the contingent. Students will carry placards, shouting slogans on RTE while marching through the streets near their school. Pamphlets will be distributed. Group Songs and Street plays will be conducted in prominent places through the march. Graffiti and Hoardings will be installed to make it more effective.

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Village Literacy Fair  A Village Literacy fair day is planned to be conducted in all the schools of Tamilnadu to ensure the participation of the community.  The fair would be organized in all the schools. Schools will set up stalls on various aspects of literacy awareness.  There would be stalls proclaiming the importance of Reading and Writing. Students will show cast their literacy achievement and how they benefit in their day today life because of their reading knowledge.  Rooms titled “literary treasure” will have books issued by SSA and others, displayed, with reading corners for the visitors to sit and enjoy some books.  Then there would be rooms exhibiting the importance of writing by holding various writing competitions for the visitors and school students.  Stalls would be put up exhibiting the CDs, DVDs distributed to schools giving a live show and how it benefits student learning.  Students would participate in each activity and give explanation to each topic displayed.  School Management committee members would be invited to be a part of the whole affair from organizing to bringing in other members of the community.  There would be stalls for entertainment and food too  . A cultural programme would be conducted with songs, dance and dramas to enlighten people on importance of literacy. Children Talents Day Children Talents Day is planned to be conducted in all the schools. The introduction of CCE in our State has paved way for all children to develop skills in various scholastic, co scholastic, physical education, yoga, life skills, attitudes etc. children‟s talent day in an open day for all school children to exhibit their talents to the community members. Children can also visit nearest schools during the children‟s talent day of that school and develop. 1019

Teachers as well as community members are part of this strategy and can benefit through improved efficiency, better access to information about children‟s abilities distribution and respect of competence as well as reorganization of services of the schools.

New ideas our state understands that actual visibility comes from showering the work of the departments and the inter departments. The programmer of school community connect will garner more respect from the stakeholder, both external in internal Quality monitoring formats SLF I, II and III provides ample opportunity for VEC members to visit schools and discuss with teachers regarding children achievement in every quarter. The SMC training module will be revised.

Right to Education Act, 2009,

Children’s Rights, Components of SSA , Roles and responsibilities of SMC, Health, Nutritions and Cleanliness and Whole School Development Plan will be included in the SMC training module.

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Table -30 Community Mobilisation – Training Programme – 2014-15 SMC/PRI Training Total Number of Existing SMCs/PRI S. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Districts CHENNAI COIMBATORE CUDDALORE DHARMAPURI DINDIGUL ERODE KANCHEEPURAM KANNIYAKUMARI KARUR KRISHANAGIRI MADURAI NAGAPATTINAM NAMAKKAL PERAMBALUR PUDUKKOTTAI RAMANATHAPURAM SALEM SIVAGANGA THANJAVUR THE NILGIRIS THENI THIRUVALLUR THIRUVARUR THOOTHUKKUDI TIRUCHIRAPPALLI TIRUNELVELI TIRUVANNAMALAI VELLORE VILUPPURAM VIRUDHUNAGAR Tamil Nadu

Govt. & Govt. Aided 693 2180 1699 1379 1598 1949 1655 779 864 1694 1517 1239 1079 1065 1633 1305 1850 1330 1647 558 754 1643 1052 1561 1607 2147 2127 2533 2431 1466 45034

Partially Govt. Aided 0 11 0 1 34 8 5 25 1 0 20 5 4 0 12 3 1 14 21 1 11 0 4 0 29 49 19 16 13 7 314

Total 693 2191 1699 1380 1632 1957 1660 804 865 1694 1537 1244 1083 1065 1645 1308 1851 1344 1668 559 765 1643 1056 1561 1636 2196 2146 2549 2444 1473 45348

No. of Existing SMC members 13860 43840 33980 27620 32600 39140 33200 16060 17300 33880 30740 24820 21700 21360 32920 26160 37020 26880 33420 11180 15320 32860 21120 30380 32720 43940 43200 51280 48920 29480 906900

School Community Connect Nonresidential (3 days) - 12 members per SMC 8316 26304 20388 16572 19560 23484 19920 9636 10380 20328 18444 14892 13020 12816 19752 15696 22212 16128 20052 6708 9192 19716 12672 18228 19632 26364 25920 30768 29352 17688 544140

Local Authority Members (3 days non residential) 40 1808 2812 1048 1332 1628 2748 636 696 1356 1796 1784 1420 1324 2032 1816 1688 1784 2456 212 620 1712 1872 2256 3496 1764 1724 3156 4488 1864 53368

Awareness rally 693 2191 1699 1380 1632 1957 1660 804 865 1694 1537 1244 1083 1065 1645 1308 1851 1344 1668 559 765 1643 1056 1561 1636 2196 2146 2549 2444 1473 45348

Village Literacy fair 693 2191 1699 1380 1632 1957 1660 804 865 1694 1537 1244 1083 1065 1645 1308 1851 1344 1668 559 765 1643 1056 1561 1636 2196 2146 2549 2444 1473 45348

Source: DISE 2013-14

An amount of Rs. 23.125 Lakh has been earmarked for community members training and School Community Connect.

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Children Talent Day 693 2191 1699 1380 1632 1957 1660 804 865 1694 1537 1244 1083 1065 1645 1308 1851 1344 1668 559 765 1643 1056 1561 1636 2196 2146 2549 2444 1473 45348

Media communication Acvities for the year 2014-15 [Community Mobilization (under the management head 0.5 Norm)]

Kalajatha Awareness on RTE is to be created through the performance of the Kalajatha in the important places like village panchayats, thickly populated areas and other different places where people gather at. New places where RTE awareness is in need are to be identified for the kalajatha performance in every block for the academic year 2014-15. Awareness Rallies/Campaigns Awareness rallies/Campaigns are to be conducted in all the block headquarters on RTE compliance especially in enrollment of children in regular school, KGBV and Residential and non-residential schools in the month of May and June 2014.

Competitions to School Children To make the children realize the real essence of RTE, to bring out the inner abilities, Potential, hidden skills and to develop interpersonal skills among the children, different competitions are to be conducted.

Wall Paintings Wall paintings on RTE is planned to be done in all the Government and Government aided schools of Tamilnadu. In specific child friendly paintings on RTE can be painted in primary and upper primary schools to create awareness among the school children. Metric Mela The Metric Mela is a school-level event involving all stakeholders – children, teachers, educational functionaries and the community. It is an innovative strategy aimed at not only helping children get experiential knowledge for reinforcement of mathematical concepts, but also making parents take active interest in the education of their children. Metric Mela is to be organized block-wise for the enhancement of mathematical skill of the children, involve the community members in school activities and to create awareness among the community above the joys of the schooling. 1023

Exhibitions: Scientific inventions of the children need to be focused through displaying their achievement within the schools of district to create interest among the children in the subject matter. In this regard Exhibitions are to be conducted in block level where children from all the cluster schools will display their achievements in specific to impart knowledge on new science inventions and theories. Magazines: Magazines (Quarterly) are to be published district wise. Functioning of model schools, important events, success stories, achievements of children can be published in it. School children‟s achievement especially from the remote areas, hilly regions and educationally backward districts can be highlighted. Flex boards, Banners and Publicity materials Posters, Banners , Flex Boards, etc, are to be displayed in public places like Bus Stand, Post office, Railway stations, Shopping malls and Tourist places with photos and slogans related to RTE Act. Publicity materials like Booklets, Pamphlets, Brochures and Posters are to be distributed to the public in public places. Advertisement on TV channels /Doordarshan/All India Radio. Leading cine actors may be to convey the political will of the state to provide Free and Compulsory Education to all the children under RTE Act, 2009 through documentaries. It can be telecasted through Doordarshan, All India Radio, Local TV channels and Cinima theaters.

An amount of Rs. 1442.584 lakhs has been proposed for 30 district and some of Rs. 50 lakhs is also been proposed for year 2014-15 under Media Communication Activities Under Management Head (0.5% Norm)

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4.16. Right to Education (RTE) Philosophy became practice; intention became implementation, when the Right to Education act was passed by the Parliament. It is an assurance that every child without any distinction whatsoever will be given free and equal education for the age group of 5-14 years. The act precludes any possible inroads into the child‟s right. The act seeks to remove three major hurdles in the path of universal education. Tamil Nadu is one of the pioneers in implementing the Right of children to Free and Compulsory Education Rules, 2011 in November, 2011 vide G.O. MS.no.173, dated 8.11.2011. 25% Reservation/ reimbursement in private schools (Section 12(1c), 13(1) of RTE Act 2009) It has been underlined in the G.O (Ms) No.9, Dated : 18.01.2011 that 25% of the total admission in neighborhood schools should be earmarked for students belonging to weaker section and disadvantaged group in the neighborhood for providing free and compulsory education till its completion. If pre-school education is imparted in these schools, 25% of admissions for such pre-school education should be ensured as per section 12 (1) (c) of the said RTE Act. During such admission no test or interview is to be conducted.

As per section 9 of Tamil Nadu RTE Rules 2011, the per-child

expenditure shall be reimbursed to the private school by the State Government. State Council of Educational Research and Training has been declared as Academic Authority (Section 29 of RTE Act 2009) The State Council of Educational Research and Training has been entrusted with the responsibility of curriculum renewal, framing of syllabus and developing textbooks. It has also been entrusted with the responsibility of evolving the evaluation process in the context of RTE.

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Authorized officers for the prosecution of offences punishable under the RTE Act (Section 36 of RTE Act 2009) The Government after careful consideration, accept the recommendation of the Chairman, Advisory Committee on Free and Compulsory Education Act and notify the following officers to accord sanction for the prosecution of offences punishable under section 36 of RTE Act 2009 as per G.O.Ms.No.81 dated: 28.04.2011. S. No 1

Schools

Authorized Officer

Elementary Schools, Nursery schools and Pre- Director

of

Elementary

primary schools

Education

2

High and Higher Secondary Schools

Director of School Education

3

Matriculation Schools

Director of Matriculation Schools

4

Anglo-Indian Schools

Director of School Education

5

Schools under the Corporations

Commissioners of the respective Corporations

6

Schools under the Directorate of Backward and Directorate of Backward and Most Backward Classes

Most Backward Classes

7

Schools under Forest Department

Chief Conservator of Forests

8

Schools under the control of Social Welfare Director of Social Welfare Department

9

Schools under Adi Dravidar and Tribal Welfare Director of Adi Dravidar and Department

Tribal Welfare

Constitution of State Commission for Protection of Child Rights State Commission for Protection of Child Rights has been constituted. G.O. Ms. No.45/SWNP Department /dated 28.03.2012 constitute the three member selection committee consisting of the following to select the chairperson of the State Commission for Protection of Child Rights.  Minister for Social Welfare as a Chairperson  Chief Secretary to Government as a member  Secretary, Social Welfare and Nutritious Meal Programme Department as another member. 1026

No. of children admitted for the year 2013-14 Table – 31

S.No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

ACHIEVEMENT OF ADMISSION UNDER RTE 25% RESERVATION 2013-14 Admissi Reimburse Reimburse Total No. Admissi on in ment ment District of Pvt on in Nursary / amount @ amount @ school Class 6 Class 1 Rs.5000/Rs.6000/CHENNAI 755 4456 22280000 144 864000 COIMBATORE 820 4026 20130000 120 720000 CUDDALORE 401 2916 14580000 36 216000 DHARMAPURI 188 925 4625000 10 60000 DINDIGUL 243 1302 6510000 0 0 ERODE 391 875 4375000 217 1302000 KANCHEEPURAM 716 2720 13600000 42 252000 KANNIYAKUMARI 357 1665 8325000 30 180000 KARUR 148 453 2265000 24 144000 KRISHANAGIRI 247 719 3595000 37 222000 MADURAI 566 2418 12090000 142 852000 NAGAPATTINAM 225 1812 9060000 0 0 NAMAKKAL 239 892 4460000 225 1350000 PERAMBALUR 197 701 3505000 66 396000 PUDUKKOTTAI 257 1688 8440000 0 0 RAMANATHAPURAM 194 1164 5820000 17 102000 SALEM 494 1827 9135000 18 108000 SIVAGANGA 219 882 4410000 0 0 THANJAVUR 340 2661 13305000 41 246000 THE NILGIRIS 144 157 785000 0 0 THENI 129 215 1075000 16 96000 THIRUVALLUR 759 1474 7370000 36 216000 THIRUVARUR 191 1004 5020000 57 342000 THOOTHUKKUDI 231 2049 10245000 36 216000 TIRUCHIRAPPALLI 365 538 2690000 86 516000 TIRUNELVELI 490 2810 14050000 184 1104000 TIRUVANNAMALAI 304 225 1125000 125 750000 VELLORE 616 1630 8150000 127 762000 VILUPPURAM 400 2037 10185000 168 1008000 VIRUDHUNAGAR 201 1619 8095000 0 0 State 10827 47860 239300000 2004 12024000

Total 23144000 20850000 14796000 4685000 6510000 5677000 13852000 8505000 2409000 3817000 12942000 9060000 5810000 3901000 8440000 5922000 9243000 4410000 13551000 785000 1171000 7586000 5362000 10461000 3206000 15154000 1875000 8912000 11193000 8095000 251324000

Number of children admitted for the year 2013- at entry level in private un aided schools were 47860. Number of children admitted in Std 6 was

2004 .The total

reimbursement amount needed at the rate of Rs 5000 and Rs 6000 respectively is Rs 25.13 crores

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Table - 32 No. of Children to be admitted for the year 2014-15: S.No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

PROPOSED RTE 25% ADMISSION RESERVATION FOR THE YEAR 2014-15 Total No. of Admission in Reimbursement Admission Reimburseme Pvt school Nursary / Class 1 amount @ in Class 6 nt amount @ Rs.5000/Rs.6000/CHENNAI 755 10296 51480000 288 1728000 COIMBATORE 820 9705 48525000 240 1440000 CUDDALORE 401 4200 21000000 72 432000 DHARMAPURI 188 1364 6820000 20 120000 DINDIGUL 243 2326 11630000 0 0 ERODE 391 2120 10600000 434 2604000 KANCHEEPURAM 716 7447 37235000 84 504000 KANNIYAKUMARI 357 3081 15405000 60 360000 KARUR 148 1117 5585000 93 558000 KRISHANAGIRI 247 2401 12005000 96 576000 MADURAI 566 4012 20060000 325 1950000 NAGAPATTINAM 225 2629 13145000 0 0 NAMAKKAL 239 2454 12270000 450 2700000 PERAMBALUR 197 1482 7410000 151 906000 PUDUKKOTTAI 257 2738 13690000 0 0 RAMANATHAPURAM 194 2582 12910000 34 204000 SALEM 494 2310 11550000 36 216000 SIVAGANGA 219 2233 11165000 0 0 THANJAVUR 340 4411 22055000 130 780000 THE NILGIRIS 144 612 3060000 0 0 THENI 129 732 3660000 39 234000 THIRUVALLUR 759 2909 14545000 72 432000 THIRUVARUR 191 1231 6155000 114 684000 THOOTHUKKUDI 231 3199 15995000 72 432000 TIRUCHIRAPPALLI 365 2282 11410000 220 1320000 TIRUNELVELI 490 6901 34505000 368 2208000 TIRUVANNAMALAI 304 1737 8685000 250 1500000 VELLORE 616 4850 24250000 254 1524000 VILUPPURAM 400 4305 21525000 414 2484000 VIRUDHUNAGAR 201 2364 11820000 0 0 State 10827 100030 500150000 4316 25896000 District

Total 53208000 49965000 21432000 6940000 11630000 13204000 37739000 15765000 6143000 12581000 22010000 13145000 14970000 8316000 13690000 13114000 11766000 11165000 22835000 3060000 3894000 14977000 6839000 16427000 12730000 36713000 10185000 25774000 24009000 11820000 526046000

Number of children to be admitted and continuing for the year 201415- at entry level in private un aided schools will be 100030 . children to be admitted and continuing reimbursement amount

in Std 6 will be

Number of 4316 .The total

needed at the rate of Rs 5000 and Rs 6000

respectively is Rs 52.605. crores Hence, a total amount Rs. 7773.700 lakhs has been proposed in the Budget 2014-15 1028

4.17. Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya (KGBV): GoI have identified 45 blocks as Educationally Backward Blocks (EBBs) based on women literacy rate.

61 KGBV schools have been sanctioned so far and are

functioning in 45 EBBs. Out of 61 KGBV residential schools 31 are Type I and 30 are Type II. The following is proposed under KGBV for the year 2014-15.

Non Recurring Grant 1. Replacement of Furniture / Equipment including kitchen Equipment: For 53 KGBV schools sanctioned up to 2006-07, the worn out furniture / Equipments (including Kitchen equipments) needs to be replaced. Even though the minor repairs have been met out from the maintenance and miscellaneous head, certain furniture‟s need to be they have been used for more than five years. Electrical & Electronic items like refrigerator, wet grinder, mixie and kitchen utensils and need are due as they are worn out which chances may lead to increase in food contamination fan have become damaged due to continuous and regular usage. Kitchen Equipments like stainless steel glasses, plates, Idly cooker, pans for frying have been damaged due to regular usage and consumption. These worn out utensils may lead chances to increase in food contamination. Hence an amount of Rs.3.00 lakh for Model I KGBV and Rs.2.00 lakh for Model II KGBV is proposed for replacement of furniture /Kitchen Equipments. An amount of Rs.138.00 lakh is proposed for replacement of Furniture/Equipments including kitchen equipments in KGBV Residential schools under non-recurring grant.

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2. Replacement of TLM and Equipment including library books: Two computers procured under TLM have to be replaced as they are condemned. As the girls need to become computer literate and it is the sleeping stone for skills in software, it is very important that the computers, LCD & Projector are replaced once in 5 years. The equipments in the science lab, chemicals and TLM for other subjects need to be replaced as they are in usage for more than 5 years as they are broken and damaged. All the sports articles and materials for vocational activities (like tailoring machine) are also procured under this head. These articles are damaged and need to be replaced. An amount of Rs.3.50 lakh for Model I KGBV and Rs.3.00 lakh for Model II KGBV is proposed for replacement of TLM and Equipment. An amount of Rs.177.00 lakh is proposed for replacement of TLM/TLE in KGBV Residential schools under non-recurring grant.

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Proposals for Replacement of Furniture and TLM / TLE Replacement S. No.

Name of the District

Name of the Block

Location of KGBV school

Year of Establishment

31 KGBV school Model I (100 girls ) Furniture

1 2

Cuddalore

3 4 5

Dharmapuri

6

TLM / TLE

2005-06

2.00

3.00

Nallur

GHSS, Periya Nesalur

2005-06

2.00

3.00

Panruti

GHSS, Kadampuliyur

2005-06

2.00

3.00

6.00

9.00

0.00

0.00

2.00

3.00

2.00

3.00

4.00

6.00

Total

0.00

0.00

Pennagaram

GBHSS Papparapatty

2005-06

3.00

3.50

Karimangalam

GGHSS, Karimangalam

2007-08

3.00

3.50

Palacode

GHS, A.Mallapuram

2007-08

3.00

3.50

Total

9.00

10.50

Pallipalayam

2005-06

8

Nambiyur

Sokkumaripalayam

2005-06

3.00

3.50

9

T.N.palayam

Nanajai Puliampatti

2005-06

3.00

3.50

Ammapettai

Kuruchi

2007-08

11

Mulanur

Peramium

2007-08

3.00

3.50

12

Kundadam

Thondamuthur

2007-08

3.00

3.50

12.00

14.00

2005-06

3.00

3.50

Total

3.00

3.50

Total 15

kadavur

karur

16 17

Krishnagiri

18

20 21

Namakkal

22

Tharagampatty

Shoolagiri

Gollapalli

2005-06

3.00

3.50

Veppanapalli

Polupalli

2007-08

3.00

3.50

Kelamangalam

Chinna Bennagur

2007-08

3.00

3.50

Total

9.00

10.50

Kollihills Kollihills

PUMS, Ariyur Kilakkuvalavu PUMS, Selurnadu

2005-06 2005-06

2.00 2.00

3.00 3.00

Kollihills

PUMS, Nathukulipatty

2005-06

2.00

3.00

Total

6.00

9.00

2.00

3.00

2.00

3.00

2.00

3.00

25

Yercaud

GHSS Yercaud

2005-06

3.00

3.50

26

Kadayampatti

Kanavaipudur

2005-06

3.00

3.50

Kannamoochi

2005-06

Kolathur

Neethipuram

2005-06

Konganapuram

Thondipalayam

2007-08

30

Edappadi

GHSS Chittur

2007-08

3.00

3.50

31

Magudanchavadi

GGHSS Magudanchavadi

2007-08

3.00

3.50

32

Nangavalli

PUMS Nangavalli

2007-08

33

Panamarathupatti

PUMS Nilavarapatti

2007-08

27 28 29

Salem

TLM / TLE

GGHSS, Thozhudur

Anthiyur

10

Furniture

Mangalore

7

Erode

30 KGBV school Model II (50 girls)

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3.00

3.00

3.50

3.50

34

Sankari

PUMS Devannagoundanur

2007-08

35

Veerapandi

GGHSS Elampillai

2007-08

3.00

3.50

21.00

24.50

2007-08

3.00

3.50

Total

3.00

3.50

Total 38

Sivagangai

39

S.Pudur

Ulagampatti GHS campus

Thandrampet

40 41

Thiruvannamalai

42 43

Jawadhu Hills

3.50

Puliyur

2005-06

3.00

3.50

Gundalathur

2005-06

2.00

3.00

Mutnathur

2005-06

2.00

3.00

6.00

9.00

2.00

3.00

2.00

3.00

2.00

3.00

2.00

3.00

2.00

3.00

2.00

3.00

2.00

3.00

14.00

21.00

Total

6.00

7.00

3.00

3.50

2005-06

46

Pachery

2008-09

3.00

3.50

Tharisukadu

2005-06

3.00

3.50

Rishivandiyam

2005-06

Rishivandiyam

Vanapuram

2005-06

3.00

3.50

Tirukoilur

Thirupalapanthal

2007-08

3.00

3.50

Thirunavalur

2005-06

Senthanadu

2005-06

T.V.Nallur

2005-06

Andrayanallur

2005-06

Pallagacherry

2005-06

Mudiyanur

2005-06

Ulundurpet - I

2005-06

Ulundurpet - II

2005-06

51

Villupuram

52

Thirunavalur

53 54

T.V.Nallur

55 56

Thiyagadurgam

57 58

Ulundurpet

3.00

3.00

2005-06

50

2.00

2005-06

Pukkiravari

49

12.00

Amattankollai

Periyasiruvathur

48

8.00

2005-06

45 Kallakurich

3.00

Perungulathur

44

47

2.00

Total

3.00

3.50

3.00

3.50

3.00

3.50

24.00

28.00

3.00

3.50

59

Narikudi

Narikudi

2005-06

60

Narikudi

A.Mukkulam

2005-06

2.00

3.00

Narikudi

Anaikulam

2005-06

2.00

3.00

61

Virudhunagar

Total Grand Total

Replacement of Furniture/Equipment (including kitchen equipment) TLM/TLE including Library books Total

Abstract Model I Fin.(Rs. in PHY. Lakh) 29 29 29

90.00 105.00 195.00

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3.00

3.50

4.00

6.00

90.00

105.00

48.00

72.00

PHY. 24 24 24

Model II Fin.(Rs. in Lakh) 48.00 72.00 120.00

1. Replacement of bedding Once in three years replacement of bedding is provided for the KGBV Schools. In the year 2014-15, replacement of bedding is proposed for upgraded KGBVs for which bedding has been provided in the year 2011-12. The list of schools is presented below.

As per the recommendations of the National Evaluation Team to provide mattress, bed cover, pillow, pillow cover and bed sheet qualitatively revision in unit cost is needed and approximate estimation of these items is as follows

Item

Unit Cost (in Rs)

Single mattress with cover

2000

Bed Sheet

300

Pillow

300

Pillow cover

50

Total

2650

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Table - 33 List of Upgraded KGBV schools for replacement of bedding

S.No

1

Name of the District

Dharmapuri

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Erode

Karur Krishnagiri

Salem

Name of the Educationally Backward Block

GGHSS, Karimangalam

Pennagaram

Papparapatty

Mulanur Kundadam Nambiyur Kadavoor Shoolagiri Kolathur Yearcaud kadayampatti Edappadi

GHS, Peramium Thondamudhur Sokkumaripalayam Tharagampatti Gollapalli Neethipuram GHSS, Yearcaud Kannavaipudhur GHSS. Chittur GGHSS M.Chavadi GGHSS Ellampillai GHSS, Ulgampatti Amattankollai Puliyur GHSS, Periya Siruvathur

M.Chavadi

13 14 15 16

Veerapandi S.Pudur Jawadhu Hills Jawadhu Hills

Thiruvannamalai

17

Kallakurichi

18 19

Villupuram

20 21

Location of KGBV school

Kariman galam

12 Sivagangai

Bedding

Rishi vanthiyam Thiruvennai nallur Ulundurpet Thiyga durgam

Vanapuram GGHSS, Thiruvennainallur Edakal I Pallagachery

Year of upgradation

Sanctioned year

Replacement of Bedding

Amount Proposed Rs.(I n lakh)

2010-11

2011-12

2014-15

1.325

2010-11 2011-12 2010-11 2011-12 2010-11 2010-11 2010-11 2011-12 2011-12 2010-11

2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12

2014-15 2014-15 2014-15 2014-15 2014-15 2014-15 2014-15 2014-15 2014-15 2014-15

1.325 1.325 1.325 1.325 1.325 1.325 1.325 1.325 1.325 1.325

2010-11 2010-11 2008-09 2010-11 2010-11

2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12

2014-15 2014-15 2014-15 2014-15 2014-15

1.325 1.325 1.325 1.325 1.325

2010-11

2011-12

2014-15

1.325

2010-11

2011-12

2014-15

1.325

2010-11 2010-11

2011-12 2011-12

2014-15 2014-15

1.325 1.325

2010-11

2011-12

2014-15

1.325 27.825

Total Amount

As per the recommendation of the National Evaluation Team, bedding has to be replaced once in two years. Hence replacement of bedding is proposed for the KGBVs upgraded in the year 2012-13 also and the list is given below. S.No 1 2

Name of the District Erode Villupuram

Name of the Educationally Backward Block T.N. Palayam Kallakurichi

Location of KGBV school Nanjaipuliyampatti Pachery Total amount

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Year of upgradation 2012-13 2012-13

Bedding Sanctioned year 2012-13 2012-13

Amount Proposed Rs (I n lakh) 1.325 1.325 2.65

Replacement of bedding is proposed for all the KGBV residential schools for which replacement have been provided in the year 2010-11 and 2011-12 and the list is presented below. List of KGBV schools for replacement of bedding S.No

Name of the District

1 2

Name of the EBB Mangalore

Cuddalore

Nallur

3

Panruti

4

Palacode

5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Dharmapuri

Erode

13 14 15 16 17 18 19

Karur Krishnagiri

24 25 26 27 28 29

Kadavoor Veppanapalli Shoolagiri Kelamangalam Thally Kollihills

Namakkal

22 23

Pennagaram Amma pettai Anthiyur Mulanur T.N. Palayam Kundadam Nambiyur Sathyamangala m Talavadi

20 21

Kariman galam

Kollihills Kollihills

Perambalur

Salem

Ariyalur Veppur Kolathur Kolathur Yearcaud kadayampatti Edappadi

Location of KGBV school GGHS, Thozhudur GHS, Periya Nesalur GHSS, Kadampuliyur GHSS, A.Mallapuram GGHSS, Karimangalam Papparapatty PUPS, Kurichi GHS, Pallipalayam GHS, Peramium Nanjai puliyampatti Thondamudhur Sokkumaripalayam GHS, Vedan Nagar PUMS, Kunnanpuram Tharagampatti Bolupalli Gollapalli Chinna Bennagur Thally Kothanur GHS, Nathukuli patty PUMS Selurnadu PUMS Aruyur kilakuvalavu GHS Karuppur poiyur PUPS Perali Kannamochi Neethipuram GHSS, Yearcaud Kannavaipudhur GHSS. Chittur

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Year of establis hment

Type (during origin)

Year of last replace ment

2005-06

II

2010-11

Amount Propos ed ( Rs.in lakh) 1.325

2005-06

II

2010-11

1.325

2005-06

II

2010-11

1.325

2007-08

I

2011-12

2.65

2007-08 2005-06 2007-08 2005-06 2007-08 2005-06 2007-08 2005-06

II II II II II II II II

2011-12 2010-11 2011-12 2010-11 2011-12 2010-11 2011-12 2010-11

1.325 1.325 1.325 1.325 1.325 1.325 1.325 1.325

2011-12

II

2011-12

1.325

2011-12 2005-06 2007-08 2005-06 2007-08 2011-12

II II I II I I

2011-12 2010-11 2011-12 2010-11 2011-12 2011-12

1.325 1.325 2.65 1.325 2.65 2.65

2005-06 2005-06

II II

2010-11 2010-11

1.325 1.325

2005-06

II

2010-11

1.325

2011-12 2011-12 2005-06 2005-06 2005-06 2005-06 2007-08

II II II II II II II

2011-12 2011-12 2010-11 2010-11 2010-11 2010-11 2011-12

1.325 1.325 1.325 1.325 1.325 1.325 1.325

30

Konganapuram

31

M.Chavadi

32

Nangavalli

33

Sankari

34

Veerapandi Panaimarathu patti Pethanaickanpa layam Tharamangala m S.Pudur Jawadhu Hills Jawadhu Hills Jawadhu Hills Jawadhu Hills

35 36

Salem

37 38 39 40 41 42

Sivagangai

Thiruvannamalai

43

Thandram pet

44 45 46 47 48 49 50

Villupuram

Tirunavallur Rishi vanthiyam

51 52

Villupuram

53 54 55 56 57

Thiruvennai nallur Ulundurpet Thiyga durgam

58 59 60 61

Kallakurichi

Thirukovilur Virudhunagar

Narikudi

Thondipalayam GGHSS M.Chavadi PUMS Nangavalli PUMS Deevannagoundan ur GGHSS Ellampillai PUPS Nilavarapatti GHS Periya krishnapuram GHSS Chinnappampatti GHSS, Ulgampatti Amattankollai Puliyur Muthanathur Gundalathur GHSS, Perungulathur GHSS, Periya Siruvathur GHS, Pukiravari Tharisukkadu Pachery GHSS, Tirunavallur GHSS, Senthanadu Vanapuram GGHS, Rishivandhiyam GGHSS, Thiruvennainallur Andrayanallur Edakal I Edakal II Mudiyanur Pallagachery GHSS, Thirupalapandal Narikudi A.Mukkulam Anaikulam

Total Amount Proposed

1036

2007-08

II

2011-12

1.325

2007-08 2007-08

II II

2011-12 2011-12

1.325 1.325

2007-08 2007-08

II II

2011-12 2011-12

1.325 1.325

2007-08

II

2011-12

1.325

2011-12

II

2011-12

1.325

2011-12 2007-08 2005-06 2005-06 2005-06 2005-06

II II II II II II

2011-12 2011-12 2010-11 2010-11 2010-11 2010-11

1.325 1.325 1.325 1.325 1.325 1.325

2005-06

II

2010-11

1.325

2005-06 2005-06 2005-06 2008-09 2005-06 2005-06 2005-06

II II I II II II II

2010-11 2010-11 2010-11 2011-12 2010-11 2010-11 2010-11

1.325 1.325 2.65 1.325 1.325 1.325 1.325

2005-06

II

2010-11

1.325

2005-06 2005-06 2005-06 2005-06 2005-06 2005-06

II II II II II II

2010-11 2010-11 2010-11 2010-11 2010-11 2010-11

1.325 1.325 1.325 1.325 1.325 1.325

2007-08 2005-06 2005-06 2005-06

II II II II

2011-12 2010-11 2010-11 2010-11

1.325 1.325 1.325 1.325 87.45

Replacement of Bedding for the year 2014-15 KGBV Schools Upgraded KGBV schools 2 years completed upgraded KGBV Replacement for KGBVs for which replacement provided in 2010-11 and 201112 Total

Amount (Rs. in lakh) 27.825 2.65 87.45

117.925

An amount of Rs.117.925 is proposed for replacement of bedding under non-recurring grant. Proposals under Non-Recurring Grant for the year 2014-15 Model I Amount Item

Replacement of Furniture/Equipment (including kitchen equipment) Replacement of TLM and equipment including library books Replacement of bedding

No. of KGBV Schools

(Rs. in Lakh)

Model II Amou No. of nt KGBV School (Rs. in s Lakh)

Total No. of KGB V Scho ols

Amount (Rs. in Lakh)

30

90

24

48.0

54

138.0

30

105.00

24

72.0

54

177.00

29.5

78.18

30

39.75

59.5

117.925

273.18

Total Non-recurring

159.75

432.925

Totally an amount of Rs.432.925 lakh is proposed as non recurring grant Recurring Grant 1. Maintenance per girl per month An amount of Rs.1500/- per girl per month is proposed under maintenance head to meet out the expenses of food, cosmetics, purchase of 2 sets of uniform, 1 set of sports uniform, 2 sets of towels, 2 pairs of slippers and 1 pair of canvas shoe. As there is a hike in the price of all the daily commodities like provisions, milk, fuel, vegetables, fruits, non-vegetarian food, other consumable items, cosmetic items like soap, detergent, oil, etc and dress materials it is essential that a revision in the maintenance head is provided to ensure provision of quality food and stay in residential school.

1037

An amount of Rs.828.00 lakh is proposed under Maintenance Head – Recurring Grant. 2. Salary As per RTE norms and recommendations of the National Evaluation Team, qualified teachers who pass TET have to be posted. In Tamilnadu, teachers in KGBV are qualified with B.Ed degree. At present Rs.9060/- is paid to the teachers working in KGBV. In order to post TET qualified teachers, salary has to be revised at national level and has been proposed in AWP&B 2014-15 as follows Table – 34

Staff category

Present salary

KGBV Staff Salary Details Proposed Proposal revision Rounded Difference Per in 2014off month 15

Proposal Per annum

B.T Teacher P.E.T & Computer

9060

36000

36000

26940

180000

2160000

5980

7176

7200

1220

14400

172800

Vocational

2660

3192

3200

540

9600

115200

Accountant

5980

7176

7200

1220

7200

86400

O.A

4655

5586

5600

945

5600

67200

Cook

4655

5586

5600

945

5600

67200

Watchman

3985

4782

4800

815

4800

57600

Asst.Cook

3325

3990

4000

675

8000

96000

40300

73488

73600

33300

Total

2,35,200 28,22,400

Proposal for TET qualified teachers is made as per the state norms where in the scale of pay is 9300-4600-34000. The salary proposed includes basic pay, grade pay, DA, HRA, CCA and MA which comes around Rs.36000/- per teacher per month. For all other staff 20% hike has been proposed as the last pay revision was given during April 2012. 1038

An amount of Rs.28.5 lakh per annum per KGBV is proposed under Salary head – Recurring Grant which comes to Rs.1738.5 lakh for all the 61 KGBVs. 3. EB / Water Charges In order to meet out the hike in the electricity charges the allocation under this head needs definite revision at Rs.0.80 lakh for Model I and Rs.0.56 lakh for Model II KGBVs. An amount of Rs.41.60 lakh is proposed for EB/Water Charges under Recurring Grant. 4. Capacity Building Under Capacity Building head the following activities are planned for 2013-14 i)

Educational Tour – Model I – Rs.0.40 lakh; Model II – Rs.0.20 lakh

ii)

Training to teachers and other activities – Model I – Rs.0.10 lakh; Model II – Rs.0.10 lakh

Hence an amount of Rs.0.50 lakh for Model I KGBVs and Rs.0.30 lakh for Model II KGBVs is proposed.

An amount of Rs.24.50 lakh is proposed for Capacity Building under Recurring Grant.

1039

Proposals under Recurring Grant for the year 2014-15 Model I Item

Model II

Amount No. of KGBV

No. of

Amount

Total No. of KGBV

Amount

(Rs. in

KGBV

(Rs. in

Lakh)

Schools

Lakh)

s

Lakh)

31

558

30

270.00

61

828.00

31

18.60

30

9.00

61

27.60

31

18.60

30

9.00

61

27.60

31

883.50

30

855.0

61

1738.50

31

15.50

30

9.00

61

24.50

31

24.80

30

16.80

61

41.60

31

23.25

30

11.25

61

34.50

Maintenance

31

12.40

30

6.00

61

18.40

Miscellaneous

31

12.40

30

6.00

61

18.40

Preparatory camps

31

4.65

30

3.00

61

7.65

P.T.A / school functions

31

4.65

30

3.00

61

7.65

Provision of Rent (8 months)

1

1.8

1

1.8

2

3.6

Capacity Building

31

15.50

30

9.00

61

24.50

Total Recurring

31

1593.65

30

1208.85

61

2802.50

Schools

Maintenance per girl Per month @ Rs.1500/Stipend per girl per month @ Rs.50/Supplementary TLM, Stationery and other educational material Salaries Vocational training / specific skill training Electricity / water charges Medical care/contingencies @ Rs.750/- per girl.

School

(Rs. in

A sum of Rs.1593.65 lakh is proposed as recurring grant for 31 Model I KGBV schools. A sum of Rs.1208.85 lakh is proposed as recurring grant for 30 Model II KGBV schools. Totally an amount of Rs.2802.50 lakh is proposed as recurring grant

An amount of Rs.3235.43 lakh is proposed for 61 KGBV schools in AWP&B for the year 2014 – 2015. 1040

Glossary AAEEO ADPC Addl. DPC ADS AEEO AIE AWPB

-

Additional Assistant Elementary Educational Officer Assistant District Programme Coordinator Additional District Programme Coordinator Assistant Director of Statistics Assistant Elementary Educational Officer Alternative and Innovative Education Annual Work Plan and Budget

ABL ALM

-

Activity Based Learning Active Learning Methodology

APO BaLA BC BEC BRC BRG BRTE CAL CEO CR CRC DEC DEE DEEO DEEP DEO DIET DISE DPC DPEP DPO DR DRG DSE DTERT

-

Assistant Programme Officer Building as Learning Aid Backward Class Block Education Committee Block Resource Centre Block Resource Group Block Resource Teacher Educator Computer Aided Learning Chief Educational Officer Completion Rate Cluster Resource Centre District Education Committee Director of Elementary Education District Elementary Educational Officer District Elementary Education Plan District Educational Officer District Institute of Education and Training District Information System for Education District Programme Coordinator District Primary Education Programme District Project Office Dropout Rate District Resource Group Director of School Education Directorate of Teacher Education, Research and Training 1041

EBB ECCE EER EGS EMIS GAR GER GIS GOI GOTN GOVT GPS HM ICDS IED INDUS JRM KGBV

-

Educationally Backward Class Early Childhood Care and Education Elementary Education Register Education Guarantee Scheme Educational Management Information System Gross Access Ratio Gross Enrolment Ratio Geographic Information System Government of India Government of Tamilnadu Government Global Positioning System Headmaster Integrated Child Development Scheme Integrated Education for the Disabled Indo-United States Child Labour Project Joint Review Mission Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya

MCS MIS MLA MP NCLP NCERT NCTE NER NGO NUEPA NPEGEL OA OBB PA PG PMIS PRI PTA

-

Model Cluster School Management Information System Member of Legislative Assembly Member of Parliament National Child Labour Programme National Council of Educational Research and Training National Council of Teacher Education Net Enrolment Ratio Non-Governmental Organization National University of Educational Planning and Administration National Programme for Education of Girls at Elementary Level Office Assistant Operation Black board Personal Assistant Post Graduate Teacher Programme Management Information System Panchayat Raj Institution Parent Teacher Association 1042

PWD RR RTE SAP SBT SC SDSS SLM SFD SIEMAT

-

Public Works Department Repetition Rate Right To Education School Adoption Programme School Based Training Scheduled Caste Spatial Decision Support System Self Learning Material Special Focus District State Institute of Educational Management and Training

SIT SPD SPO SRG SSA ST SLM TA / DA

-

Satellite Interactive Terminal State Project Director State Project Office State Resource Group Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan Scheduled Tribe Supplementary Learning Material Traveling Allowance / Daily Allowance

TINP TLE TLM TN TPR TR TSG TTO

-

Tamilnadu Integrated Nutrition Programme Teaching Learning Equipment Teaching Learning Material Tamilnadu Teacher Pupil Ratio Transition Rate Technical Support Group Teacher Training Officer

UEE VEC VI WDO

-

Universalisation of Elementary Education Village Education Committee Visually Impaired Women Development Officer

1043

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