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PLANNING BRANCH DIRECTORATE OF EDUCATION Ph , ,
Funds are considered as blood in the body of an organization- whether govt., or other- wise In Govt., the broad classification is Plan and Non-Plan All plan related is the concern of JD(P)/Planning Br whereas non plan is dealt by DCA/Budget Br.
Formulation of Five year and Annual Plans including new schemes Opening of new schools/bifurcation/upgradation/Merger/Stre ams/Subjects(At Sr.Sec Level only) Matters relating to new Education Districts Policy/Procedures relating to Guest Teachers GIA to Local bodies/Aided Schools/GIA to private Un Aided Schools under RTE Act Education Statistics of Delhi
CENTRAL PMS (SC\OBC\Min. DoE SC\ST Dept. Labour Dept. WCD Pre-Matric (SC\OBC\Min) NSIGSE NMMS STATE MID DAY MEAL
Student Related :- Free Supply of Text Books/Writing Metrical Uniform Subsidy LBS EBM KISHORI YUVA Free Transportation for Rural Girls Students Payment of CBSE Exam Fee for SC Students Free Ship Quota Related Benefits RTE related scheme
All students in Govt.& Aided schools from Nursery to XII class irrespective of income and gender are covered under the schemes. A set of text books is provided to all students from classes I to VIII in Govt. schools Cash in lieu of books is provided to students of IX&X,XI and XII classes at the rare of Rs.600,Rs.700 and Rs.800 respectively
cash subsidy of Rs.30/-per student to all students of classes VIII, IX and X and those students of classes XI and XII who opt mathematics as subject is given towards purchase of Geometry Box. Section 8 of RTE rules provides that a child attending a school of Govt. shall be entitled to writing material also besides books and uniform. A fixed sum of Rs. 300/- and Rs.400/-cash subsidy is given to the students of (primary(I-V) and upper primary(VI-VIII) respectively) towards stationary.
All students from classes Nursery to XII (irrespective of gender and income) from government & Aided school. All students admitted in private schools against free-ship quota. CLASSAMOUNT (P.A.) Nursery to VRs. 500/- Class VI to VIIIRs. 700/- Class IX to XIIRs. 900/-
ItemsPrimaryUpper Primary Protein12 gms. (Minimum) 20 gms. (Minimum) Calorific value 450 cal.700 cal. Pulse20 gms.30 gms. Vegetables50 gms.75 gms. Oils & fats5 gms.7.5 gms. Salt & condiment As per need
Eligibility criterion :- Students of class VII-XII in government schools who secure 80% and above marks in aggregate in preceding class. His parental income should not exceed Rs lac per annum. CLASSAMOUNT (P.A) VII and VIIIRs.1000/- IX and XRs.1500/- XI and XIIRs. 2000/-
Eligibility Criterion:- All Muslims and Neo Buddhists student whose parental income does not exceed Rs. 1 lacs per annum. CLASSAMOUNT (P.A.) PrimaryRs.300/- MiddleRs.400/- SecondaryRs.500/- Sr. Sec.Rs.600/-
To promote menstrual hygiene among adolescent girls in school. All girls in Govt. and Aided schools from Class VI to XII be provided a pack of sanitary napkins every month so that they maintain hygiene and do not skip schools.
DTC buses are provided in 07 schools in villages of Districts North West A, North West B and South West B. These villages are SKV Bakhtawarpur, SKV Prahalpur, SKV Daryapur Kalan, SKV Narela No.1, SKV Khera Kalan, in North-West (A), SKV Qutabgarh in North West-B, SKV Chhawla in South West-B The facility is available for girls from only those rural areas where schooling facility is not available. Buses are provided free of cost for girl students.
Local tours for all Rs. 100/- per child subject to a ceiling of Rs. 3 lacs per school students of class XI who have secured highest marks in proceeding annual examination in class X and those excelled in extra curricular activity shall be taken to such tours. An amount of Rs lakh was allocated to schools. Annual day /school magazine/YUVA Club are other components of the scheme
System Related :- Expansion & Improvement of Pre-Primary Education Additional Schooling Facilities Improvement of School Library Stg. of RPVV School Extension Program Computer Education State Award to Teachers Award/Incentives to Students Schools Teaching Staff Coaching Facilities to Students Examination Reforms Bhagidari Capital Works Vocational Education Correspondence courses Teacher Education
Under this scheme new Sarvodaya schools will be provided Rs.1 lakh funds to meet contingent and misc. expenditure Existing Sarvodaya schools will be provided Rs.10,000 per annum towards purchase of play way material for students of pre-primary classes in the schools. The material, inter-alia, could include good quality audio-visual equipments, plastic, electrical, and mechanical toys and other teaching and learning materials to make students understand various concepts.
An amount of Rs.1.00 lac would be allocated to newly opened schools for purchase of books, Computer System, book shelves etc. An amount of Rs.15,000/-, Rs.10,000/- and Rs.5.000/- would be allocated to Sr. Secondary, Secondary and Middle schools respectively annually.
The funds for purchase of material and equipment in existing science lab, are provided out of non-plan funds. When a science is introduced as a new stream in a school, Rs.3.00 lakh per school are provided for establishment of science lab from Plan funds. Career Melas are organized in schools with assistance of EVGCs to help students in selection of course/streams according to their interest and aptitude Covers other science activities
Funds are provided for following activities :- Rs. 4 lacs to new :Rs.3lacs to upgraded and Rs.2lacs to bifurcated schools To meet contingent and misc. expenditure by newly opened, upgraded and bifurcated school water cooler, computer system, furnishing of HOS room etc (S&M) Purchase of computer system,furniture for new/old schools. Salary of teaching and non-teaching posts under plan in Govt. (Salaries)Schools. Payment of honorarium to guest teachers, contract teachers.(OC) Advertisement for admission and other school related activities. Research study on larger issues like drop-out etc. Printing of admission forms, preparation of I-Card of (OE)students/plans write-up, circulars etc. Additional educational facilities in slum areas. Research and Evaluation.
SSA RMSA RTE
Funds are provided by G.O.I Ministries In case of Scholarship schemes it is 100% In case of MDM it is 75:25 and SSA it is 65:35 Furnishing of beneficiary data in time and accurately is essential Follow the guidelines,Supply data of each of the scheme in separate module, check the report,edit where ever needed,
Post Matric (XI &XII)SC/OBC Pre-Matric -SC Pre-Matric -OBC Pre-Matric – MIN(Except JAIN) Below 55% in previous class.Rs2lacs A.I All SC students of IX & Xclass.Rs2lacs A.I Class I-X below 55% marks in previous year.Rs.44500/-A.I Class I-X.Marks 50%- but below 55% marks in previous. year.Rs.1.00 lakh A.I
NSIGSE NMMS SC Girls (Un married) of IX class. supply of Bank Details mandatory. Class IX-XII. supply of Bank Details mandatory.
Free Supply of Statonary to SC,ST,OBC&MIN students Class I-XII 70% attendence in previous year Rs.2lacs income per annum I-VIII:Rs.1000/- IX-XII:Rs.2000/-
Merit Scholarships to SC,ST,OBC&MIN students SC/ST: No income limit, ClassI-VIII :No marks criteria Class IX-XII : 55% and above,slabs vary with marks OBC: Rs.2 lacs income limit :Marks criteria 55% and above slabs vary with marks MINORITIES: Rs.2 lacs income limit. No marks criteria up to I-VIII :Class IX-XII : 55% and above,slabs vary with marks
Scholarship to wards of construction Labour Limited to TWO wards Registered with labour board Data of ward to be entered in the module against registered worker After entry claim is to be submitted in SSA I-VIII Rs.100/-p.m IX-X Rs.200/-p.m XI-XII Rs.500/- p.m
The role of DOE is that of a facilitator to ensure effective implementation of the scheme
Dos and Don’ts of Implementation of Plan Schemes Timeliness Accuracy :enter properly in the respective module Transparency: transfer in to bank A/C Compliance of Guide Lines Maintenance of Proper Records Draw funds only with respect to no.of students/beneficiaries. Withdrawing funds in lum- sum ignoring actual requirement and depositing back through T.R 5 is bad practice.It results in wastage of plan funds.