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2 Central Government has launched a scheme which aims at providing education and other important skills to the out of school girls in the age group of 11 to 14 years belonging to SC, ST, OBC and Minorities at elementary level. Under the scheme Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalyas have been set up. In order to raise the standards of education in Mewat, six KGBVs have been allotted to Mewat Model Schools Society,Nuh to be set up in each block i.e at Nuh, Tauru, F.P.Jhirka, N agina, Hathin and Punhana. I have visited all the KGBVs and found that the KGBVs allotted to MMSS, being run under the leadership of Education Officer, MMSS, have given exceptionally good results. These six schools are providing education to nearly 799 girls out of which 522 are Meo girls. Education provided here has changed their behaviour and attitude. I have observed a drastic change in the girls studying here. I wish all the best to the team of KGBV in Mewat ! Mr.Ajit Singh Rawat, DPS,Mewat Principals of Six KGBVs  Mrs.N.Zaidi, Principal, KGBV,Nuh  Mr.Hukam Singh,Principal, KGBV,Tauru.  Mrs.Renu Saxena, Principal, KGBV,F.P.Jhirka  Principal, Mrs. Neelam.KGBV,Hathin  Principal,Mrs Mercy KGBV, Punhana  Principal.Sh.Kamrudeen KGBV,Nagina

3 KGBV Nagina (started in 2007) KGBV Tauru (started in 2007) KGBV F.P.Jhirka (started in 2006) KGBV Hathin (started in 2006) KGBV Punhana (started in 2006) KGBV Nuh (started in 2007)

4 HistoricalBackground Mewat - Land of the Meos, has its genesis in its tribal inhabitants, the Meo tribals, who are agriculturalist. The area is a distinct ethnic and socio-cultural tract. According to the Census of India 2001, the total population of Mewat Historically, the region has been extremely turbulent and has been subject to repeated invasions and resultant plundering throughout the post-Vedic period was 9,93,617 (including Hathin Block of district Palwal) of which 46,122 (4.64%) lived in urban areas and the major chunk 9,47,495 (95.36%) of the population lived in rural areas. Out of the total population of 9,93,617, there are 5,24,872 males and 4,68,745 females. The SC population is around 78,802. Mewat has remained a region of backwardness even after independence. The area lags behind the rest of Haryana on almost every yardstick of development indices, even though the farthest point of Mewat is no farther than 60 Km. from the National Capital of India. The KGBV Scheme was launched in July 2004 in educationally backward blocks of the country where female rural literacy levels are below the national average (46.13%) and where the gender gap in literacy is above the national average (21.67%). The Scheme provides a minimum reservation of 75% of seats for girls belonging to SC, ST, OBC and minority communities. For the remaining 25%, priority is given to those living below the poverty line. The Scheme is operational in 24 states. The KGBV schools in Mewat are run and supported by Mewat Model Schools Society at Nuh.The Society was registered in Dec.1984 under Societies Registration Act 1860 (No.513 of 1984-85).For providing quality education in Mewat, the Society is running six English medium schools in each block of Mewat. Every step is being initiated for betterment and upliftment of education in Mewat.

5 The Central Govt. in coordination with the State Government has launched a Project to open residential schools for girls belonging to SC, BC, Minority and BPL families,especially in educationally backward area in the age group of 11-14 yr. Six KGBV’s at Nuh,Tauru,Nagina,Hathin, Punhana & F.P.Jhirka have been allotted to the Mewat Model Schools Society at Nuh. Objective of KGBV: The Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India has a scheme for setting up of Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidalayas with boarding facilities at elementary level for girls in the age group of 11-14 years belonging predominantly to the SC, ST, OBC and Minorities in educationally backward areas. The scheme is being executed through Haryana Prathmik Shiksha Pariyojna Parishad in the state of Haryana. KGBV in Mewat: The Mewat Model Schools Society is running six Model Schools in district Mewat and rendering contribution for promotion of elementary education especially for the girls. Keeping in view the performance of the Society, the Parishad has sanctioned six Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidalayas in favour of Mewat Model Schools Society for setting up at Nuh, Nagina,Tauru,Hathin, Punhana and F.P. Jhirka. of district Mewat which are most educationally backward. Funding of KGBV: The KGBV will be funded by Central and State Govt. simultaneously. These residential schools will have a capacity of 105 girls. Financial Assistance by MDA: Financial assistance by MDA will be for construction of Girls Hostel only. 20 lacs per hostel per KGBV except for KGBV at Nuh & Nagina.

6 Hostel- Work has been started, shuttering has been set, 50% ceiling work is completed, other is in progress, and all other works yet to be done. Class Rooms -Floor. Doors, Windows, sanitary works and electricity fitting are to be done. Boundary wall also must be constructed for the safety of girls. Hostel-It is also incomplete just like other. Building is being used for toilet by the villagers. Boundary wall is also damaged and should be raised more to ensure the safety of girls. Construction work is suspended till further orders. Class Rooms- Electrical, doors and Windows fitting along with finishing and sanitary works are yet to be done. Hostel: - Doors, Windows, sanitary and stair work is yet to be done. Plaster of entrance, reception and toilets has not been done. Height of boundary wall may be raised up to four feet at least. Class Rooms- Woodwork, plaster and electrical work has not been done. Hostel: - Doors, Windows, sanitary and stair work is incomplete. Plaster of entrance, reception and toilets has not been done. Class Rooms-there is no provision of class rooms so construction work of classrooms has not been started yet. Serve Siksha Abhiyan Department has been requested to construct the class rooms. Hostel :- Electrical, doors & Windows fitting along with sanitary and stair work are pending. Plaster of entrance, reception, toilets is yet to be done. Class Rooms: ­- Although construction work has been started but the class rooms have not been constructed. Hostel: - Furnishing & Sanitary work is pending. Water tank is to be installed. Windows are to be fitted in some of the bathrooms. Plaster and whitewash work is yet to be done. Mercury Lights are also required. Boundary Wall`s height may be raised up. Class Rooms: - All three-class rooms have been completed and V1-V111 classes are being run in these rooms. On 23.01.2010, meeting was held under the Chairmanship of SPD Sh.P.K.Das, regarding building completion. The meeting was attended by the Education Officer and she requested that the building construction may be completed as early as possible. She also requested to depute one JE for re- estimating the remaining construction work.

7 SchoolS.CO.B.CBPLMeo/MuslimOthersTotal Nuh0916-10302130 Tauru3407039001135 Nagina1031308503159 F.P.Jhirka0520-91-116 Hathin20221965-126 Punhana2320018801133 G.Total1011165352207799 Girls enrolled during the year 2010-2011 (Admissions are still going on in class IX, Projected strength is 850) Increasing student strength

8 Session 2009-2010

9 On repeated demand of the parents and outstanding results, the government has verbally allowed us to start class IX in all six KGBVs. Now the girls of class VIII are very satisfied as they can continue their studies after class VIII. To update the students with latest technology, computer education has been introduced for the students of class VIII & IX from this session.

10 With the continuous efforts and dedication of our staff, they have succeeded in bring such girls to KGBV schools who were earlier studying in some schools and had not been to school for the last two or three years. We really appreciate their interest in education. I was studying in Government school till class VIII and failed to clear the examination in 2006. After that I was at my home for the two years, doing the house hold work and looking after my nine younger brothers and sisters. Then one of my relative suggested my parents to send me to KGBV Nuh in 2009 so that I can continue my studies further. No I have cleared class VIII with 61% marks and my parents are also very happy. I have also brought one of my sister along with me to study in this school. Here I have learnt how to interact with other and how to behave properly. Teachers teaching her are very hardworking. They teach us with sincerity and dedication. I have felt a drastic change in myself after coming to this school. No I and my family are very happy. I am really thankful to God for giving me this opportunity. Ms Mehram Khan, Class IX

11 Haryana Prathmik Shksha Pariyojana Parishad organised two days workshop on Capacity building for the teachers of all KGBVs at Chandigarh from 30.09.2009 to 1.10.2009 The following points were discussed in the training programme:- The teachers who attended the training programme were very grateful to SSA for organizing such workshops. Mrs.Jyoti Chikara, Education Officer, Mewat Model Schools Society, assured the authorities that the teachers working in six KGBVs of Mewat will remain no stone unturned to bring excellence and provide quality education in Mewat. Emotionally attachment with the students Adolescence Behaviour Women Empowerment Quality Aspects Sanitation and hygiene promotion Stress management, personality development and balanced life Positive attitude

12 Hon’ble Governor,Haryana, Dr.A.R.Kidwai, visited MMS Hathin during a health Camp. Girls of KGBV Hathin presented Haryanavi dance.

13 Salad Making Competition Participation in Independence Day & Republic Day Celebration Rangoli Making Competition

14 Participation in Essay Writing Competition Student singing a song during the prize distribution function. Students presenting a gazal and nazam. Students addressing the assembly.


16 Visit to Science City Visit to Golden Temple & Bagha Boarder Laser ShowVisit to Jaliyavala Bagh

17 Curoshia training was given to the girls of three KGBVs at Nuh,F.P.Jhirka and Nagina. They were trained to make different samples from curoshia like tablecover,caps, laces,t.v. cover etc. Cutting & Tailoring training was given to the girls of three KGBVs at Hathin, Punhana & Tauru. Sample prepared by girls

18 We are satisfied with the studies of our daughter Bilkish (class VIII). Her studies has improved a lot. Arrangement may be made for class IX so that students can continue their studies. Sh.Shahid Khan f/o Bilkish class VIII In addition to her studies, my daughter Pooja (class VIII), has also learnt social behaviour, how to come forward and be Confident. Sh.Babu Lal f/o Jyoti class VII We are very happy with the Education and management of the School. My child is doing well. Mr.Mahender f/o Annu,class VII Level of education has Improved. Class IX Should be started so that Students can continue their education further. Mr.Deen Mohd., f/o Mahib, class VII Eating habits, general behaviour and social interaction of our daughters has improved. Next classes should be started so that Girls can continue here itself.Mr.Mubeen f/o Sahiba, class VIII


20 1 ST ROUND 2 ND ROUND DATECL -VI-VIIIDATECL-VI-VIII 13.04.2010MATHS20.07.2010MATHS 20.04.2010HINDI27.07.2010HINDI 27.04.2010ENGLISH03.08.2010ENGISH 04.05.2010SKT/URDU10.08.2010SKT/URDU 11.05.2010S.ST17.08.2010S.ST 13.07.2010SCIENCE24.08.2010SCIENCE 3 RD ROUND 4 TH ROUND DATECL-VI-VIIIDATECL-VI-VIII 02.11.2010MATHS21.12.2010MATHS 09.11.2010HINDI04.01.2010HINDI 16.11.2010ENGLISH11.01.2011ENGISH 23.11.2010SKT/URDU18.01.2011SKT/URDU 07.12.2010S.ST27.01.2011S.ST 14.12.2010SCIENCE01.02.2011SCIENCE

21 s.n.CompetitionDate 1Painting16 th April’2010 2.Cooking without fire14 th May’2010 3Rangoli Making16 th July’2010 4Rakhi making23 rd August’2010 5Mehandi22 nd Oct.’2010 6Children’s Day Celebration14 th Nov.’2010 7Solo singing26 th Nov.2010 8Kho-Kho17 th Dec.’2010 9Card-Making21 st Jan’2011 10Salad Making19 th Feb’2011 CompetitionDateVenue 1Painting20 th April’2010KGBV Nuh 2Rangoli Making22 nd July’2010KGBV Hathin 3Mehandi29 th Oct.’2010KGBV Nagina 4Solo Singing30 th Nov.’2010KGBV Tauru 5Card-Making18 th Jan’2011KGBV Punhana 6Salad Making23 rd Feb.’2011KGBV F.P.Jhirka


23 Life is so precious, In addition, each day is a gift, So enjoy every minute, As it were your last to live, Cherish your loved ones, Hug them tight, Share with them your heart, And your time, Nothing is forever, Moreover, life goes so fast, Each minute that passes, Is one you cannot get back? When trouble arrives, And knock of your feet, Stand up and smile, And remember life is too sweet, Every morning when you wake, Decide right from the start, That “To day will be a good day.” And let it all in with an open heart.

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