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1 Best Practices adopted by State 1. Third Party Evaluation Divisionwise consultants are appointed for the technical guidance. The consultants visits the works at various five stages to guide construction agency (SMC) for supervision and certification of the works. They also conduct the district and block level work-shops of concern Officer and SMC members regarding to achive quality of work.

2 To create awareness among Civil Engineers about construction in Seismic Zone and to suggest remedies thereof State has appointed Mr. R. M. Damgir, (Prof. Government COE, Aurangabad) as special consultant. 2. Appointment of special consultant

3 3. Infrastructure Survey  Infrastructure Survey of all Local Body Schools including AUTOCAD maps is carried out in by the state. It covers physical, structural, academic and infrastructure aspects. Special database is developed. This data is useful for finding out requirement of Additional Class Room and other infrastructure facilities. The AUTOCAD map now used as base map for Whole school development planning.

4 4. School Mapping Objective – To find the requirement of schools in each district of Maharashtra [Primary, Upper Primary, Secondary]  Mapping of all habitations will be done through GPS. – To locate all schools on the digital map of Maharashtra [‘google map’] with the help of cluster head and BRC/DRC data entry operator in coordination with SSA district programmer  It is expected to be completed by Feb. end.

5 Database & Methodology  Step – 1: District wise DISE data and SEMIS data was linked with census village code to generate the village wise distribution of schools  Step – 2: District wise ‘kml file’ which includes the marking of schools on the digital map [google earth]  Step – 3: Coupling of kml file with the village wise distribution of schools to generate buffers for calculating the requirement of schools in each district  Primary – 1km buffer  Upper Primary – 3kms buffer  Secondary – 5kms buffer

6 ‘kml’ file of mapped schools [Latur]

7 Marking indicating school category

8 School details – showing DISE and SEMIS and census details

9 Calculating upper primary requirement Coupling of village school distribution report with the kml file results in the following file [Data: Latur, creating of 3kms buffers [blue circle] for calculating upper primary schools, 8 locations identified in the district]

10 Calculating upper primary requirement Buffer showing details of the availability of school

11 Calculating Secondary requirement Coupling of village school distribution report with the kml file results in the following file [Data: Latur, creating of 5kms buffers [red circle] for calculating secondary schools, 4 locations identified in the district]

12 Calculating Secondary requirement Buffer showing details of the availability of school

13 5. ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT Environmental Assessment survey is conducted to judge the verious environmental aspects of the schools Out of total schools Environmental Assessment survey of schools are completed. The remaining survey is in progress.

14 MaharashtraSteep Slopes Low laying area Filled of soil Near Highways Near Industrial Effluent Total Percentage SITE LOCATION AND SENSITIVITY

15 Adequate drainageSafe slope in case of hilly area MaharashtraProperImproperProperImproper Total Percentage SITE PLANNING AND BUILDING DESIGN

16 HAZARD RESISTANT FEATURES MaharashtraEarth quakeFloodCyclone Total Percentage

17 6. Child Tracking System (CTS)  Child Tracking is focus area in the year  Online Child Tracking Software developed.  Data Capture Form designed.  Software was used on pilot basis in Dhule & Parbhani District.  Web site launched in the name:-  Process was initiated in one block of each district.  Data entry of these blocks will be completed by end of Feb  All the children in the age group of 6 to 14 shall be covered through CTS in the year

18 7.MOU with Bank Of Maharashtra For proper monitoring of expenditure and efficative implementation of “Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan” the State Project Director would enter into MOU with Bank Of Maharashtra Bank of Maharashtra is a nationalized bank having wide network throughout Maharashtra.

19 cont. Bank of Maharashtra will allow access to the Authorised Signatories of the Nodal Account to view the accounts opened at all branches of Bank of Maharashtra through internet and facility to take printouts of the account. All the said accounts shall be Savings Bank account carrying interest as per norms of Reserve Bank of India. The accounts have zero balance facility. No Transaction charges such as Cheque book issue, ECS clearing, RTGS etc.

20  Resource Room at centre place in silent area,  Area of 300 sq.ft.,  Barrier free, light colours to the wall,  Adaptive furniture, Movement register,  Registration of CWSN during the visit,  All formats made available,  Availability of case files with name & address of CWSN, 8. Model Resource Room Under IED

21 Resources Room under IED

22 22 “Lokchetna Abhiyan” selected as the common name for both community mobilization and community training. Rigorous and Meticulous planning adopted for development of training module for “Lokchetna Abhiyan” through MIEPA, Aurangabad. Objectives :- To sensitize community about UEE through SMC & local authority representatives. To monitor school functioning regularly. To develop SEDP with a sense of ownership & implement the same. 9. Lokchetna Abhiyan :

23 23 To create awareness among the SMCs about RTE Act,2009. To focus their attention towards the access, enrollment, retention, quality & capacity building. To enhance the quality of education. To pursue teachers to attend the school regularly & solve their problems. To suggest remedial measures for out of school children, irregular children. To aware with various grants for the school & their proper utilization. To monitor & supervise construction work of school building, ACR etc. To enable SMCs to play a critical role between community & appropriate government & local authority. Lokchetna Abhiyan :

24  Philosophy based Jivan Vidya Motivational Shivirs.  Training on Seven Habits of highly effective people.  Management of Training (MoT).  Vipashyana Shivir. 10. Ongoing Programme

25 11. MODEL SCHOOL 25

26 Model School Concept 26 “Model School” is a comprehensive and integrated flagship programme of Government of India. The programme aims to provide useful and relevant education to all children with emphasis on bridging gender and social gaps. In order to achieve this objective. 43 model schools are being set up in 43 Education backward blocks of the State based on Kendriya Vidyalaya template.

27 27 Construction of School Building. Construction of School Building. Provision for Library books. Provision for Library books. Computer Laboratory Development. Computer Laboratory Development. Provision of Audio system. Provision of Audio system. Provision Science Laboratory equipments. Provision Science Laboratory equipments. Provision of Child Friendly Elements at indoor and Provision of Child Friendly Elements at indoor and outdoor. outdoor. Construction of drainage network in the compound Construction of drainage network in the compound MODEL SCHOOL AMENITIES

28 28 Provision of Rainwater Harvesting. Provision of Rainwater Harvesting. Water purification system. Water purification system. First aid –box. First aid –box. Fire resisting System. Fire resisting System. Plantation for botanical park. Plantation for botanical park. Sports Equipment. Sports Equipment. Furniture. Furniture. Construction of Canteen. Construction of Canteen.

29 29 Construction of Cycle Stand. Construction of Cycle Stand. Construction of Stage. Construction of Stage. Water Facility. Water Facility. Construction of compound wall. Construction of compound wall. Provision of Main Entrance Gate. Provision of Main Entrance Gate. Provision of Garbage Bin. Provision of Garbage Bin. Solar energy system provision. Solar energy system provision. Provision for school bus on rent basis. Provision for school bus on rent basis.

30 30 “Girls Hostel” – Significant gaps in enrolment of girls at the elementary and secondary levels as compared to boys are visible. Therefore the girl student in the age group studying in classes IX to XII and belonging to SC,ST,OBC, Minority communities and BPL families will form the target group of the Scheme. 12. GIRLS HOSTEL


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