6 Enrolment in Primary and Upper Primary ( in lakhs)Source: DISE 2011
7 Number of Primary and Upper Primary Teachers in Tamil Nadu Source: DISE 2011
8 Cohort Analysis Year Primary Upper Primary 2007-08 92.46 6.14 1.40 CompletionRateRepetitionDropout92.466.141.4091.296.672.0493.944.831.2392.75.401.9097.031.951.0293.045.081.8897.361.641.0093.354.861.7997.431.620.9593.524.741.74Source: Cohort Study
9 GENDER GAP - ENROLMENT GENDER GAP – RETENTION PrimarySchoolsUpper Primary SchoolsAll Girls0.351.08SC0.580.91ST2.092.79GENDER GAP – RETENTIONPrimarySchoolsUpper Primary SchoolsAll Girls0.971.71SC0.881.96ST1.281.94Source : DISE & EER 2011
10 Pupil - Teacher Ratio Year Primary Upper Primary 2007-2008 29 36 3034313527Source: DISE
11 State Initiatives – Welfare Scheme StandardBeneficiaries(in lakhs)Cost(Rs. In crores)Text booksI - XII92.28100.00Note booksI – X81.02150.00School bagI – XII97.09Uniform (4 sets)I – VIII48.63329.89Footwear94.76Bus pass14.02-Colour pencil/CrayonsI – V35.007.00Geometry BoxVI – X45.0116.11Atlas46.0123.01Total817.86
12 NEW SCHOOLS – OPENED & UPGRADED ACCESSAnnexure-IIINEW SCHOOLS – OPENED & UPGRADEDYearPrimaryUpper PrimarySanctionedStartedUpgradedto18435379
13 HABITATIONS & SCHOOLING FACILITIES Total Number of habitationsHabitationsserved withNo. of habitationsunserved withNo. of habitations eligible for opening of Primary School/ upgradation of primary school in to Upper Primary schoolPSUPS95010920829329329281717732330GIS based school mapping exercise has been done and details of individual habitations with category to population, SAC/SGC/CWSN/OSC/ Habitation with school habitation covered with neighbourhood schools with distance and enrolment has been calculated and mapped for analysis.
14 EFFORTS FOR IMPROVING ACCESS 3 Residential school started for Children in sparsely populated, dense forest/tribal areas and for urban deprived/ street children In Valparai, Thiruppur and Coimbatore for 150 children.Transport and escort facilities are provided to 4,857 children at Rs. 3,000 per annum in eight districts.Residential schools - tribal children
15 TRANSPORT & ESCORT FACILITY No.DistrictTargetAchievementPhysicalFinance (Rs.3000 per annum per child) (in lakhs)Finance(in lakhs)1Coimbatore174352.29038.2902Kanyakumari2106.3003Thanjavur682.0404The Nilgiris117635.28030.2805Tirunelveli3149.4209.7806Tiruvallur126137.83029.8377Tiruvannamalai611.8301.838Tuticorin240.720Total4857145.71Fund released directly to parents through VEC / SMC of concerned school
16 Activity & Districts covered ACCESS – Proposals –S.No.Activity & Districts coveredPhy.Amount(Rs. in lakh)1New Primary Schools2132Upgradation of existing PS into UPS1423Residential Schools44(3 existing)4Transport / Escort facility15485
17 STATUS OF SPECIAL TRAINING – 2012-13 CategoriesTargetAchievementIdentifiedNo. of CentresEnrolmentNon Residential Special Training Centre(Short Term) (Rs.3,000 per child)66182684255(Long Term) (Rs.6,000 per child)20494100518669Residential Special Training Centre(Rs.20,000 per child)1422328013043Residential Special training Centres for Mentally Retarded (mild and moderate)46410423Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya150461National child Labour Project88103508018Direct enrollment1719-1772Total53832195447684
18 SPECIAL TRAINING INTERVENTIONS-2013-14 Annexure-IIISPECIAL TRAINING INTERVENTIONSTotal No. of Out of School Children to be addressed 51, 447Total Outlay proposed : Rs lakhsInterventions planned :S. No.ActivitiesChildrenAmount(Rs. in lakh)1NRSTC (Short Term)(Rs.3000/- per child for 6 months)51132NRSTC (Long term)(Rs.6000/- per child for 12 months)188883RSTC(Rs.30000/- per child for 12months)13,5734Direct Enrollment404816.1905NCLP84156KGBV1410TOTAL51,447
19 TEACHERS APPOINTED UNDER SSA YearPrimaryUpper PrimaryTotal9041971101608676128471210751787190932421142438252992810180420125616761479102076208645619562412(Sup)1833565413076952465029674972702934526
20 INCLUSIVE EDUCATION – 2012-13 Number of Children With Special Needs - 1,46,282In Home Based Training care ,116In school ,12,061In School readiness Programme ,105
21 Assistive Devices (identified) Assessment CampsMedical / Assessment Camps completed in all districts. 95,720 CWSN Attended medical camps.Assistive Devices (identified)Surgery(identified)13283460
22 Resource Rooms Special Initiatives Centres Children Benefited 41310325Day care centres3928211Special Residential Bridge centre24894Special InitiativesConvergence with “Smile Train” a NGO for free cleft lip and palate . So far 86 children are identified and referred to Smile Train.Convergence with the sight savers to support the children with low vision. Programme will be taken up in seven districts.
23 Day Care Centres: Provisions: One caretaker and one helper have been appointed in each day care centre to take care of the disabled children.Nutritious FoodTransport FacilityLearning and Play MaterialActivities on Daily Living SkillsTherapeutic ActivitiesAcademic Support through Special TeachersMain Streaming in the Regular Schools
24 Home Based Education & Training 25116 CWSN are in HBE&T719 Volunteers are working to give therapy to the CWSNRegular Visits by Resource Teachers, Therapists and BRTEsParents are being sensitized through Trainings and during visits
25 Proposals for Inclusive Education 2013 – 14 Number of CWSN identified - 1,49,214Amount proposed – Rs. 4476,420(Rs per child)
26 EARLY CHILDHOOD CARE AND EDUCATION (ECCE) InnovationEARLY CHILDHOOD CARE AND EDUCATION (ECCE)“Odi Vilayadu pappa” curriculum based on ABL system.Learning cards, activity book and play kits for 4500 Anganwadi centers are provided.Training to Anganwadi workers and ICDS supervisors.
27 Girls Education Exposure Visit Visit-Places of Historical importance, Museum, Planetarium etc.Economically Backward children were selected through competition.3000 Upper Primary girls.Life Skill TrainingTo develop their personality, positive thinking, goal setting, problem solving, coping with shyness, health skill.45000 girls.Module – “Peengan Thattil Parakalame”
28 SC/ST Education Minority Education Exposure Visit3,000 Upper Primary boys and girls through IRCTC to important places of historical importance, museum in various places like Kanyakumari, Madurai, Chennai, Thirunelveli.Life Skill Training30,000 boys and girls.English Communication SkillsTo improve and develop listening, speaking, reading and writing skills (LSRW) in English language.State and District level Work shop conducted.30,000 Upper Primary childrenMinority EducationExposure Visit3,000 Upper Primary Children.English Communication Skills45,000 Upper Primary children.
29 Proposals for Innovation – 2013-14 Early Child Care Education – Rs lakhs Girls Education – Rs lakhs SC/ST Children – Rs lakhs Minority Children – Rs lakhs Total proposals under Innovation – Rs lakhsInnovation component focuses on Special need groups like SC/ST, Minority, girls and early childhood children. It is essential to continue to bridge the gap’s among the groups
30 NPEGEL - NATIONAL PROGRAMME FOR EDUCATION OF GIRLS AT ELEMENTARY LEVEL GIRLS EDUCATIONNPEGEL - NATIONAL PROGRAMME FOR EDUCATION OF GIRLS AT ELEMENTARY LEVEL37 Educationally Backward Blocks in 11 districts.937 Model Cluster SchoolsModel Cluster Schools are to facilitate the other clubbed schools to improve the performance of girls.Activities under NPEGEL ProgrammeComputer training imparted under vocational activityOne day Educational TourLife skill trainingBest school/best teacher award.Science Exhibition.Girls Learning self defenceSkill building activitiesNeeds continuance to bridge gender gap in Educationally Backward Blocks.Educational Tour
31 KASTURBA GANDHI BALIKA VIDHYALAYA (KGBV) To ensure access and quality education to dropout girls at upper primary level in Educationally Backward Blocks (EBBs)To reduce gender gapEBBs are identified in relation to rural female literacy rate and gender gap61 schools (Model and Model 2 – 30) in 45 EBBs in 12 districts4461 girls enrolled29 NGOs involvedResidential schoolvocational skills trainingExposure Visit
32 SPECIAL PROVISIONS MADE IN KGBV Stipend of Rs.50/- per student deposited every month.Insurance coverage made for girls during their stay in KGBV School.Periodical Health Check-up.Quality and nutritious food provided.Vocational Education is being provided.Celebration and observance of all festivals and important days.Mainstreaming of girls after completion of VIII Std in formal schools.Maintenance cost per child reduced from Rs. 900 to Rs. 750
33 Proposals forNational Programme for Education of Girls at Elementary Level & Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidhyalaya1NPEGEL937 Model ClusterSchoolsRs lakhs2KGBV61 centresRs lakhs
34 CIVIL WORK - APPROVED AND CONSTRUCTED NoActivities2001 – 2011AchievementTargetIn progress1BRC2802CRC29523Primary Building15704Upper Primary Building126755HM Room18534642452196Additional Classroom Buildings275112228830139872 Class Room Buildings401883 Class Room Buildings45609Toilet133963235262958410Girls toilet77883751303469111Water facility98513158293222612Ramps1134813Compound wall637404923431859614Electrification391015BaLA360Total16581217759139883714
35 Civil works Allotted for the year 2012-13 NoComponentsTargetIn progressNot yet started1Additional Classroom247538220932Additional Classroom (Hilly)137121253Common Toilets32236831554Separate Girls toilet480417546295Drinking water18037217316CWSN toilets989860292967HM primary398693298HM primary Hills169HM Upper primary67010HM Upper primary Hills1411Ramp with handrails6738766662Handrails in existing ramps1608713Whole School Development (WSD)1206Compound wall (Hilly area)3088126030621Total78350171676634
36 Civil Works Construction Proposal of Civil works forS.NoCivil Works ConstructionProposal forUnit cost in lakhsTotal cost in lakhs1New Primary Schoola. Plain Areas19216.360c. Hill Areas2119.6322New Upper Primary12821.4601425.7523Additional Class Room (Rural)19406.500Additional Class Room (Urban)37Additional Class Room (Hill Area)1967.8004Toilet/Urinals (for urban areas only)35861.2005Separate Girls Toilet44461.3006Drinking Water Facility (for urban area only)22330.3107CWSN friendly toilets10410.5508Compound Wall5937250.037Compound Wall - Hill Area296150.044
37 Civil Works Construction Contd…Proposal of Civil works forS.NoCivil Works ConstructionProposal forUnit cost in lakhsTotal cost in lakhs9Electrification4320.30010Office-cum-store-cum-Head Teacher's room (Primary)1026.500Office-cum-store-cum-Head Teacher's room (Primary) - Hill Area47.80031.20011Office-cum-store-cum-Head Teacher's room (Upper Primary)100Office-cum-store-cum-Head Teacher's room (Upper Primary) - Hill Area1912Ramps with Handrails18070.17513Handrails in existing ramps10230.05051.15014Whole School Development602.50015Major Repairs5551.95016Minor Repairs11720.40017Inceneretor for Girls Toilet25080.08018Solar Power System9601.830Residential Schools2846.3Residential Schools (Hill area)55.02 Total
38 Research, Evaluation & Monitoring Monitoring Institutions (Nominated by MHRD)Indian Institute of Technology – 13 districtsMother Teresa Women’s University, Kodaikannal. – 17 districtsAction Research:Action Research Studies – 10 Studies per BlockAction Research Studies – Undertaken by Teachers.Evaluation and Impact Studies – Undertaken byUniversities and Research Institutions.
39 IMPLEMETATION OF RTE ACT Annexure-IIIIMPLEMETATION OF RTE ACTManuals/ Booklets and brochures developed by SCERT for RTE awarenessRight to Education Act – Government orders and circulars.Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act 2009, Rules and related Government orders.Frequently asked question on the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act 2009.A brochures on the Duties and Responsibilities of Academic stakeholders.A brochures on Initiatives taken by the Government of Tamil Nadu in Implementing RTE Act.
40 School Management Committee 75% parentsProportionaterepresentation shall be given to the Parents of Children belonging to disadvantaged group and weaker sections50% womenReservationCompositionElected representativesTeachersParentsMonitor the working of schoolPrepare and recommend school development planMonitor the utilization of grants receivedFunctions
41 Strategies for SMC Training Training module prepared by DIET faculties and BRTEs. Refined by the faculties of SCERT.All details regarding school maintenance and improvement are included in the module.Training planned in cascade mode.2,67,210 SMC members are trained in Non – Residential TrainingSMC members are oriented in the preparation of School Development Plan during the Non-Residential Training session.School development plans prepared in all schools in Nov/Dec 2012.Based on School Development Plan district plans are prepared.
42 SHIKSHA KA HAQ ABHIYANSpecial focus through innovative activities for community members, School children and Stakeholders have been planned to create awareness on Right to Education under the campaign “Shiksha Ka Haq Abhiyan” in Tamil Nadu.RTE SurveySelection of VolunteersTraining for VolunteersSchool VisitFor School ChildrenOratory, Drawing, Essay writingand Poetry CompetitionsFor CommunityKalajathaTraining for SMC MembersAwareness RallyFlex Board and BannersThrough MediaOther StakeholdersOne day workshop for PTAMembers, NGOs, Secretaries/ Correspondents of unaided Schools and Office Bearers of District Teacher AssociationTraining to Head Masters and Teachers
43 RTE ACT - 2009 – Implementation Selection of Volunteers12390 Volunteers from 413 blocks have been indentified to conduct Survey in schools with the questionnaire communicated by MHRD (30 Volunteers per Block- NGOs, Self-Help Group, Teachers (retd), Teachers, NSS Students, DIET faculties and students and Parents)Training of VolunteersTraining has been given to 90 Key resource persons at State level.
44 VOLUNTEERS SCHOOL VISIT Survey commenced in the last week of July 2012 and completed in thesecond week of September 2012 in all districts by the block level volunteers.Volunteers discussion with children and SMC Members during survey
46 Training to Head Masters and Teachers – RTE 1,82,147 Head Masters and teachers of Primary, Upper Primary, High andHigher Secondary Schools have been imparted training on RTE fromto at block level in all the districts of the state.RTE Training to TeachersRTE Training to HMs
47 One Day workshop for the stakeholders One day workshop for the District and Block level PTA members, NGOs, Correspondents/Secretaries of Aided Schools, Office bearers of Associations at district level are conducted in 15 centres in 30 districts (two districts per centre).
48 KALAJATHAKalajatha programmes to create awareness on RTE has been conducted in 5 to 6 places in every block in the prominent places like village panchayats, thickly populated areas, most educationally backward areas, Tribal areas and other places.Training ProgrammePlaceTotal No. of ArtistsDate / MonthScript writing workshop on street plays (3 days )Chennai10to(completed)Training for Key Resource persons at State level33toRegional level Training for street play performersCoimbatore, Salem, Vellore, Chennai, Villupuram, Trichy, Madurai, and Kanyakumari257toSalem( – ) (Completed)Filed level Street Plays413 blocks in DistrictsJanuary and February 2013
49 STATE SPECIAL INITIATIVE Internal Evaluation – Primary and Upper Primary1. SCERT - Reading Skill Assessment2. SSA - Internal EvaluationReading, Writing, Listening –Retention – Basic Arithmetic
50 Reading, Writing, Retention and Speaking Skills Annexure-IIIReading, Writing, Retention and Speaking SkillsInternal Evaluation – SSAStandards assessedI to V standard studentsVI to VIII standard students.Sample5 schools in primary in all blocks in 30 districts.5 schools in upper primary in all blocks in 30 districts.
51 Findings of Evaluation Studies 35% of children securing below 50% in Primary and Upper Primary classes35 % of children are lacking behind in Basic Arithmetic skills in Primary and Upper Primary classes55% of children can read fluently and write without mistakes in Primary and Upper Primary classes
52 QUALITY INTERVENTIONS StandardI - IVRest ruct ured ABLV – VIIIAL MI – VIIITri mes ter & CCEQUALITY INTERVENTIONS
53 ACTIVITY BASED LEARNING (ABL) - GENESIS 13Schools13Schools13Schools13Schools13Schools13Schools13Schools13Schools13Schools13Schools.256Schools256Schools256Schools256Schools256Schools256Schools256Schools256Schools256Schools256Schools4120Schools37486SchoolsSchools(Restructured ABL)
54 ABL – A TransformationStudents learn by doing various tasks together by using variety of materials.They Listen, Think, Understand, Plan, Communicate, Interact, Co-operate and Play in Joyful Manner in dynamic small groups.Teacher-Student relationships facilitate holistic realization of every student’s potential at a pace set by their own.
55 Delegates and Teachers from other countries / states visited ABL schools in Tamil Nadu United KingdomMozambiqueMalaysiaStatesAssamNagalandNew DelhiAndhra pradesh (Rishy valley)GoaMaharashtraKolkataGujaratRajasthanTripuraJammu & KashmirIAS Probationers from Moussoire
56 RESTRUCTURE OF ABL1Integrated ladder system for I & II and III & IV (Similar skill sets).2Logos Correlated with the nature of activities3Effective integration with text books4More focus on CCE which is already inbuiltDesigned Common logos strengthen fundamentals and Subject specific logos indicate special features of each disciplines5Scope for higher order thinking skills6
58 ACTIVE LEARNING METHODOLOGY Annexure-IIIACTIVE LEARNING METHODOLOGYCCE embedded Active learning Methodology in all upper primary sections. Children actively engaged in the learning process through.Active reading.Peer group discussion.Mind mappingConsolidation and Presentation.
59 TRIMESTER Three terms in a year One set of books for each term. Students will carry 1/3rd of the book load.Printed and supplied on time
60 COMPARISON OF WEIGHT OF TEXT BOOKS Average weight of Student TRIMESTERCOMPARISON OF WEIGHT OF TEXT BOOKS(in Kilogram)StandardAverage weight of StudentPrior to Weight of BagTrimesterWeight of the BagBoysGirlsI151231.50II1814III191742.00IVV272552.50VI312973.25VII333.35VIII37353.75
61 Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation Annexure-IIIContinuous Comprehensive EvaluationReducing Physical and Mental strain of the childLearning in stress free environmentNo Fear of examination.Help to explore the inherent potential of the childUnhealthy marks driven competition minimised.
62 INTRODUCING ENGLISH MEDIUM SECTIONS IN GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS Annexure-IIIINTRODUCING ENGLISH MEDIUM SECTIONS IN GOVERNMENT SCHOOLSOpening two English medium sections in320 Schools - Ten Schools in each district.Five primary and middle schools.Five high and higher secondary schools.
63 QUALITY MONITORING4088 CRTEs and 1912 BRTEs , 800 AEEOs and 413 Supervisors are visiting schools to facilitate teachers.One CRTE / BRTE is assigned for every 8 to 10 schools / teaches / 700 – 800 children.Visit to every school twice in a month by CRTE / BRTE is mandatory.BRTEs stay in the school with teachers and children in the classroom a minimum of 3 hours during visit.Weekend Meetings are held in every BRC to discuss the performances of schools by BRTEs with Supervisors and AEEOs.
64 QUALITY MONITORINGAny intervention needed by the Block officers are discussed and remedial actions are initiated.NCERT designed formats for monitoring is followed.Periodical review at District and State Level is conducted every month.Joint Directors are nominated for each revenue district as an officer in-charge to monitor all the activities in the Districts.Updation of child’s achievement charts, children folios, CCE related activities are ensured in every classroom.
65 Computer Aided Learning No. of Computers provided to schoolsNo. of Computers provided for Lab establishment in districtsNo. of Computers provided for BlocksNo. of Computers provided for CRCNo. of Projector provided to schoolsNo. of Projector provided for CRCNo. of teachers trained19832844164896042269122
66 Proposals under Quality – 2013 - 14 Annexure-IIIProposals under Quality –S. No.ActivityProposed Budget ( )Phy.Fin.1Free Text Books(large books)33066.6312Teachers salary519273Teacher Grant1962874School Grant541855TLE Grant3556Grants for BRC4027Grants for CRC40888Teachers’ Training2646489LEP-10CAL3011REMS
67 SSA - Expenditure statement for the year 2012-13 (Rs. in lakhs)S.NoActivityFunds SanctionedExpenditure% of Exp.*1Residential Schools for specific category of children68.52055.52081%2Transport/Escort Facility82%3Special Training for mainstreaming of Out-of-School Children70%4Free Text Book1.2005Provision of 1 set1 of Uniform6Teachers Salary19%7Teacher Training42%8Academic Support through Block Resource Centre/ URC61%* Expenditure towards funds received by the State : %
68 Expenditure statement for the year 2012-13 Contd…Expenditure statement for the year(Rs. in lakhs)S. NoActivityFunds SanctionedExpenditure% of Exp.*9Academic Support through Cluster Resource Centres64%10Computer Aided Education in UPS under Innovation77.05432%11Teachers' Grant63.2006%12School Grant96%13Research, Evaluation, Monitoring & Supervision73%14Maintenance Grant99%15Interventions for CWSN72%* Expenditure towards funds received by the State : %
69 Expenditure statement for the year 2012-13 Annexure-IIIContd…Expenditure statement for the year(Rs. in lakhs)S. NoActivityFunds SanctionedExpenditure% of Exp.*16Innovation Head up to Rs. 50 lakh per district50%17SMC/PRI Training46%18Civil Works Construction24%19Management67%20STATE COMPONENT55%21NPEGEL100%22KGBV90%Grand Total35%** Expenditure towards funds received by the State : %
70 Proposal for the year 2013-14 S. No Activity Physical Finance 1 (Rs. in lakhs)S. NoActivityPhysicalFinance1Opening of New SchoolsNew Primary Schools213Upgradation of PS to UPS1422Residential Schools for specific category of children443Residential Hostel for specific category of children4Transport/Escort Facility154855Special Training for mainstreaming of Out-of-School Children514476Free Text Book6.6317Provision of 2 sets of Uniform8Teaching Learning Equipment (TLE)355
71 Proposal for the year 2013-14 Contd… S. No Activity Physical Finance 9 (Rs. in lakhs)S. NoActivityPhysicalFinance9Teachers Salary5192710Training19628711Academic Support through Block Resource Centre/ URC40212Academic Support through Cluster Resource Centres408813Computer Aided Education in UPS under Innovation3014Teachers' Grant15School Grant5418516Research, Evaluation, Monitoring & Supervision17Maintenance Grant36098
72 Proposal for the year 2013-14 S. No Activity Physical Finance 18 Contd…Proposal for the year(Rs. in lakhs)S. NoActivityPhysicalFinance18Interventions for CWSN14921419Innovation Head up to Rs. 50 lakh per district20SMC/PRI Training21Civil Works Construction22Management23STATE COMPONENT24NPEGEL93725KGBV61Grand Total
73 Comparative statement (Rs. in lakhs)S. NoActivityAmount sanctioned inProposed Amount forRecommended Amount for1Opening of New SchoolsNew Primary Schools213 SchoolsUpgradation of PS to UPS142Schools2Residential Schools for specific category of children68.52067.3203Transport/Escort Facility4Special Training for mainstreaming of Out-of-School Children5Free Text Book1.2006.6316Provision of 2 sets of Uniform7Teaching Learning Equipment (TLE)
74 Comparative statement Recommended Amount for 2013-14 Contd…Comparative statement(Rs. in lakhs)S. NoActivityAmount sanctioned inProposed Amount forRecommended Amount for8Teachers Salary9Teacher Training10Academic Support through Block Resource Centre/ URC11Academic Support through Cluster Resource Centres12Computer Aided Education in UPS under Innovation13Teachers' Grant14School Grant15Research, Evaluation, Monitoring & Supervision94.82416Maintenance Grant
75 Comparative statement Recommended Amount for 2013-14 Contd…Comparative statement(Rs. in lakhs)S. NoActivityAmount sanctioned inProposed Amount forRecommended Amount for17Interventions for CWSN18Innovation Head up to Rs. 50 lakh per district19SMC/PRI Training20Civil Works Construction(Spill over )21Management22STATE COMPONENT23NPEGEL24KGBVGrand Total