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2 ORGANIZATIONAL SET-UP Chief Secretary G-B Director Education (Planning) 01 Director Education (Academics) 01 Director Education (Colleges) 01 Director Education (Female) Secretary Education DS 02 SO 03 DDEs of districts (07) (01 in each district) HM High School DIS (07) Dy. DEO (07) HM Middle School AEOs Principals Degree/Intermediate colleges DDE Planning Senior Engineer DDE EMIS Chief Minister G-B Minister of Education Director Education Baltistan

3 History 1947At the time of independence there were 80 primary and 03 middle schools 1947-75:The Administration of Education Department was looked after by the respective Political Agent/ Deputy Commissioner of the Agency /District. 1976-78Directorate of Education was established under the Federal Ministry of Education Islamabad. 1979Transferred to KA/NA Division Islamabad. 1994Elevated as full fledged Department at G-B Level 2009Under the new Gilgit-Baltistan Self Governance Order powers delegated to new political setup

4 District SchoolsEnrolmentTeachers Gilgit11618222878 Skardu349352351416 Diamer11913816493 Ghizar9912081486 Ghanche13114747653 Astore11110858517 Hunza-Nagar8310217503 Gilgit-Baltistan10081151764946 Source: Annual School Census 2009-10 Statistical look up of F.G Schools

5 Administrative ControlInstitutionsTeaching StaffEnrolment Public (Government)10084946115176 Other Public (NEF) (NFBE & Community) 685140841615 Sub Total:16936354156791 Other Private + AKESP555295565207 G Total22489309221998 Statistical look up

6 LevelBoysGirlsMixedTotal Primary46812038626 Middle1487209229 High109401150 Higher Sec.1203 Total726234481008 CMP+ NEF63104518685 Total Public & Other Public Schools 7892385661693 Private Schools4395417555 Total Public & Private Schools 8323339832248 Colleges124016 Total8443379832264 Source: ASC 2009-10 Statistical look up

7 Indicators- Statistical Analysis Access to Primary Education= 73% Out of Schools age 5-9 Years= 27% Dropout Rate at primary level = 9% Literacy Rate (Projected)= 64 Male, 38 Female overall 51% Student Teacher Ratio= 1 : 23 Population (5-9 Years)= 92554 Male, 85942 Female = Total 178496 Enrolment 5-9 Years = 74638 Male,55166 Female = Total 129804

8 Out of School Going Children Districts Access to Primary Education in %age Out of Schools going Children in %age MaleFemaleTotalMaleFemaleTotal Gilgit798682211418 Skardu785768224332 *Diamer882066128034 Ghizer9790943106 **Ghanche105104105-5-4-5 Astore453640556460 Hunza-Nager6162 3938 Overall816473193627

9 Nomination/Merit Policy Gilgit-Baltistan Level:50 % District Level:50 % MBBS :70 BDS :05 DVM:12 Pharm-D:02 B. Sc Engineering :46 B. Sc Agriculture:16 B Tech:08 Graduation (BSc/BA/BBA etc.):20 B. Sc Home Economics:02 Post Graduation (MA/MSc etc.):104 Diploma (DEA):127 FSc/FA:02 Reserved seats for the students of Gilgit-Baltistan


11 Budget Position A- Development –Allocation for the year 2010-11 =Rs.311.405 –Total releases up to 30-4-2011 =Rs.257.333 –Total expenditure up to 31-3-2011 = Rs. 66.444 –Total Schemes included in the ADP = 101 –Targeted Schemes = 40

12 G-B Level Projects Major On-Going Schemes (18) Name of SchemeCost Construction of Cadet College Skardu198.208 Const of Boys Degree College Gilgit50.000 Const of Boys Degree College Danyore50.000 Quality Education40.000 Scholarship for students (Medical & Engineering) of GB60.000 IT Development and Management in GB60.000 Cont…..

13 Provision of Transport facilities in Schools and Colleges99.000 Establishment of GB Education Assessment Center20.500 Provision of missing facilities in FG Schools150.000 Const. of GB Boys scouts Headquarter39.000 Strengthening of FG College of Education Gilgit66.807 Provision of IT facilities in FG High Schools20.000 Establishment of Commerce colleges in Glt and Skd30.000 Construction of office accommodation for female Directorate30.000

14 Future Plans Short Term Planning (within 3 years) Up-gradation of 14 Middle Schools to High Standard (1 male & 1 female) in each district of Gilgit-Baltistan Up-gradation of 28 Primary Schools to Middle Standard Opening 02 HSS (01 Male & 01 Female) in each district of G-B Opening of 70 Early Childhood Education (ECE) Centres in the existing Primary Schools of G-B (Total F.G Primary Schools = 591) Establishment of Polytechnic Institute at Gilgit Costing Rs. 200.000 Million. Feasibility study of Engineering College in Gilgit-Baltistan. (Feasibility study under process)

15 Future Plans Long Term Planning (10 years) To enhance access to Education, following is proposed: Implementation of Gilgit-Baltistan Education Strategy (2008- 2025) Establishment of ECE Centres in all Primary School of Gilgit- Baltistan up to 2015 Establishment of 02 Higher Secondary School (HSS) at Tehsil HQ of each district (01 Male & 01 Female up to 2020) Establishment of 02 Degree Colleges at Tehsil HQ of each district (01 Male & 01 Female up to 2025)

16 FOREIGN AIDED PROJECTS  Primary Education Project (PEP), Funded by UNICEF  Capacity Building of Teachers Training Institutions & Training of Elementary School Teachers, Funded by MoE/CIDA  Gilgit-Baltistan Education Assessment Centre-NEAC, Funded by World Bank (IDA & GoP)

17 Primary Education Project (UNICEF) Name of the Project:Primary Education Project Gilgit-Baltistan (Gilgit, Hunza-Nagar & Skardu) Financed By:UNICEF Project Duration:Jan 01, 2005 to Dec 31, 2005 (extended up to 31-12-2010) Project Cost (2010):US $ 761000 (60.88 million) Project Partner:Directorate of Education, AKU-PDCN, AKHSP & UNICEF

18 OBJECTIVES Register all the school-going age children, specially girls in 200 selected schools of District Gilgit Create child-friendly environment in the project schools Up-grade the quality of teaching, learning & Infrastructure Strengthen the home-school relationship (community involvement) Primary Education Project (UNICEF)

19 Infrastructure200520062007200820092010 No. of schools (CFS declared/ Facilitated) 40 5575100200 No. of teachers trained 1672532913116901353 Students enrolled 64217463811996231258538099 No. of ECE Centers (3-5 Years) 00152214101 No. of ECE Teachers appointed 0015271873 ECE Enrolment (3-5 Years) 0047478022806090 Child Friendly Schools Primary Education Project (UNICEF)

20 ACHIEVEMENTS CF Schools Funded by UNICEF Facilities provided200520062007200820092010Total Washrooms4600 10 0874 Renovation of Washroom 960015082510134 Clean Drinking Water 400015182226128 Store rooms 00 1518160857 Health Screening (No. of Students) 00 42281852698422010978 Health Kits provided ---334170144 Supplies (play + Instructional material etc.) 0040152025200300 Play Materials 4015202550200350 ECD: Early Child Hood Development

21 Activities Carried out 200520062007200820092010 SMCs formed26295575100200 Total SMC members 156174165375450950 MSGs formed004560100150 Number of MSGs ( Mother support Group) 002703604351040 No. of parents attended cluster awareness session 00336430505515 15 IDP ( Internal Displacement persons) Camp Schools established for ECD Children and 47 teachers engaged to teach 683 children 9 IDP (Internal Displaced Persons) occupied schools were repaired. ACHIEVEMENTS CF Schools Funded by UNICEF

22 Gilgit-Baltistan Education Assessment Centre- GB-EAC Project (2007-12) Credit Agreement Signed (NEAS): 09-10-2003 Approval by GBDDWC (GBEAC) :5-07-2007 Financial Contributions: i.Foreign (IDA+DFID): Rs. 03. 457 (m) ii. Gilgit-Baltistan Government :Rs. 20.500 (m) Total Approved Cost: :Rs. 23.957 (m) IDAInternational Development Agency (World Bank) DFIDDepartment For International Development, UK

23 G-BEAC Interventions Main Components  Capacity Building of Head Teachers, Teachers of Elementary Schools, AEOs & Instructors of Training Colleges on student assessment  Pilot Testing and implementation of Assessment Activities  Information Dissemination (Seminars, News letters, Brouchers & Reports etc.

24 Detail of National Achievement Test Conducted under National Education Assessment System Year /Detail20042005200620072008Total No of Schools18606462130334 No of Students324719792111022534198 No of Lead Master Trainers0207 14 44 No of Test Administrators36120128130162576 No of Lead Marker & Coders-03 12 No of Markers & Coders--28060741 No of Monitors030720 1262

25 Date of Approval : 06-3-2005 Project Duration : 2007-2013 Date of commencement :1-09-2007 Total Cost (Gilgit-Baltistan):Rs. 90.630 (m) Sponsoring: Ministry of Education (P&P Wing)/ CIDA Capacity Building of Teachers Training Institutions (CIDA Project)

26 Main Components/ Targets (2007-13) –Capacity building of 1452 Head Teachers and 3270 Teachers of Elementary (Primary and Middle) Schools –Scholarships for 250 Pre-Service students of Diploma in Education (18 months) –Scholarships for 500 Pre-Service students of B. Ed (01 year) Capacity Building of Teachers Training Institutions (CIDA Project)

27 Year-wise Achievements of CIDA Project Name of courseYearQuota Beneficiaries Remarks BoysGirlsTotal B. Ed2007-08100113546 2008-09100267298 2009-1015642110152 2010-111172972101 Sub Total473108289297 Diploma in Education 2007-0850212546 2008-0950113647 2009-1050147791 2010-115019109128 Sub Total20065247312 Grand Total673173536609

28 Number of teachers Trained under CIDA Project Training periodHead TeachersTeachers MaleFemaleTotalMaleFemaleTotal April 08 to June 08832811113056186 July 08 to June 0926519284446207653 July 09 to Dec 09Activities suspended due to non release of funds January 2010 to June, 30, 2010 11921140267147414 July 2010 to May, 2011 17714191307161468 Grant Total6448272611505711721 Established Computer Lab at Elementary College Skardu

29 Financial Progress CIDA Project w.e.f 2007 to May, 2011 Description/ Components Approved Cost Amount Received ExpenditureBalance Training60.630 M25.724 M23.365 M2.359 M Scholarship (Rs. 3000 per student per month) 30.000 M18.927 M17.190 M1.737 M Total:-90.630 M44.651 M40.555 M4.097 M

30 ESTABLISHMENT OF POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE GILGIT, GB Objective: The Institute will offer Diploma of Associate Engineering (DAE) in Civil and Electrical Technologies

31 ESTABLISHMENT OF POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE GILGIT-BALTISTAN Date of Approval by CDWP: 23-11-2006 Project Duration : 2007-2011 Total Cost : Rs. 200.000 (M) Amount released: Rs. 37.000 (m) Sponsoring : Federal Ministry of Education, Islamabad

32 Up to date Progress Physical Progress  Construction work of Phase-I (Civil, Science Blocks) started  Independent Project Director appointed  Transport as per PC-1 scope purchased  Tenders for Block-II is in progress

33 ESTABLISHMENT OF CADET COLLEGE CHILAS, GILGIT-BALTISTAN Date of Approval by CDWP : 2008-09 Project Duration : 2008-09 to 2015-16 Total Cost : Rs. 410.000 (M) Amount Released during (FY 2009-10) : Rs. 3.700 (m) Sponsoring : Ministry of Education Site selected and contract awarded, but construction work could not be started due to Court case in Islamabad High Court.

34 Long Term Education Strategy GB (2008-2025) Prepared long-term Education Strategy (2008- 2025) for Gilgit-Baltistan completed Vision Our vision is to prepare the nation for the challenges of knowledge revolution with strengthening of public sector Institutions by providing access and quality education to all children and youth. M ission To bring all children, boys and girls inside in the schools by providing quality education through access at all levels.

35 Long Term Education Strategy GB (2008-2025) Access and Equity –Poverty – Cost of education –Low enrolment and high dropout –Gender inequities –Lack of availability of well-resourced educational institutions –Geographical and cultural constraints –Lack of awareness about value of education –Reluctance of teachers to serve in hard areas –Lack of special education institutions

36 National Vocational & Technical Education Commission, Gilgit-Baltistan Prime Minister ’ s Secretariat National Vocational & Technical Education Commission, Gilgit-Baltistan

37 National Vocational & Technical Education Commission Name of Project : Establishment of 07 National Vocational & Technical Education Centres in Gilgit-Baltistan Project Period : 03 Years (2011-14) Project Cost :Rs. 139.891 Million Expenditure up to May 2011:Rs. 85.000 Million Number of employees:43 including PD, Principals and Instructors Funded by :Federal PSDPFunded by :Federal PSDP

38 Objectives of the Project 1. Introducing training programs in new emerging disciplines to provide technically trained manpower in different technological trades. 2. Making technical education demand-driven and responsive to the needs of job market. 3.To improve the technical skills of male and female of Gilgit-Baltistan. 4. To meet the demands of technical education in Gilgit-Baltistan. 5. To divert prospective seekers of higher education from a purposeless general education to a meaningful technical education in Gilgit-Baltistan. 6. To link education to self-employment at secondary level. 7. To contribute towards regional and local development.

39 The project envisages to train 5240 persons within the time span of 30 months as detailed below TradeNo.of places Course Duration (months) No.of Trainees per year No.of trainees for 2.5 years Entry Qualification Electrician33160400Matric Carpentry33200500Primary Pipe fitting33220540Primary Steel Fabrication & Welding33240600Primary Tailoring & Dress Making53300740Middle House Hold Appliances1380200Middle Auto Mechanics33220540Middle Computer and Secretarial Training 33160400F.A Gemstone23140340F.A Fruit Processing43260640Matric House Keeping23140340Matric Total21205240

40 Quality and Relevance –Teachers capacity –Curriculum and relevant learning materials –Teaching Aids and methodology –Assessment –Medium of instruction: language issues Governance and Management –Policy and decision making –Quality and sustainability –Accountability –Human Resource Management and development Long Term Education Strategy GB (2008-2025)

41 ACHIEVEMENTS Established Female Directorate at Gilgit Established Regional Education Directorate for Baltistan Region Established G-BEAC Gilgit-Baltistan Established Networking at Directorate of Education Gilgit-Baltistan Provided 30 buses to colleges and schools Started Diploma in Education and B. Ed classes in Teacher Training colleges at Gilgit and Skardu Recruitment of 600 teachers are under process

42 ISSUES  Approval NEP Phase-II/Follow up of Donor Funded Projects  Creation of Posts against completed Development Schemes  Transport facility for Female Directorate  Accommodation for Female Directorate  Restructuring of Directorate of Education and District offices  Separation of Female Directorate  Capacity building/career development of Management staff  PSDP Projects

43 RECOMMENDATIONS  Implementation of Long Term Education Strategy (2008-2025) Approval of NEP Phase-II Follow up of Donor funded projects Higher authorities may be approached for creation of posts against completed development schemes Constitution of committee for restructuring of Provincial /Regional and District Education offices Policy be framed for career development of Teaching and Management staff. Creation of posts of IT Teachers in already established IT centers

44 RECOMMENDATIONS Scholarships for 600 students (ADE 2 Years and B.Ed 4 Years) w.e.f 2011 to 2015 Establishment of GB Education Examination Board Establishment of Academic Monitoring, Evaluation and Research Center Provision of Teaching Learning Materials Establishment of Private Schools Regularity Authority Establishment of Department of Science Technology Strengthening of Social Welfare Department Establishment of Technical Education Board

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