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Annual Work Plan & Budget (2014-15) SSA-RTE Manipur Project Approval Board Meeting 20 th February, 2014.

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1 Annual Work Plan & Budget ( ) SSA-RTE Manipur Project Approval Board Meeting 20 th February, 2014

2 Audit Para Compliance of Audit observations awaited for , and also for to

3 CHALLENGES EDUCATIONAL INDICATORS : Contd… The retention rate at primary level is only 63. The lowest retention rate is (48) in Imphal East district, where the girls’ retention rate is 47. The ST drop-out rate is 15% and Muslim drop-out rate is 17% in one year. The overall dropout rate is 9%. In 3 districts e.g. Urukul(21%), Amenglong(18%), & Senapati(13%), the drop-out rate is very high.

4 CHALLENGES Contd… Access : State is too slow in completing the analysis of GIS mapping. State completed the mapping in and state committed to complete analysis of report of the exercise, that is to find out actual status of habitations as per walking distance for setting up schools in So far state has completed the analysis for habitations requiring Upper primary facility. State needs to complete the entire exercise soon so that state can assess need of different access facilities as per need across the state.

5 CHALLENGES Contd… Out of School Children: State has no Drop out definition. State has not yet initiated identification of disadvantaged groups like Migrants and others. State has identified Urban deprived only in capital city and that too in Up dated data is not available. VER was not found in schools visited by MI in Chandel and Imphal west districts

6 QUALITY : Students and teachers attendance is an issue. Manipur was not included in the Study conducted during CHALLENGES Contd… Primary Upper Primary Students Attendance Less than national average 77.8 Teachers Attendance Just as per national average 81.3

7 QUALITY : The State has 151 schools with adverse PTR and 6392 surplus teachers and 176 single teacher schools. However the State PTR is good. It is There is a need to look in to the issue of teacher redeployment. CHALLENGES Contd… Sl.No.Schools with Adverse PTR Surplus Teachers Single Teacher School State PTR Primary :19 Upper Primary :31

8 QUALITY : There are large number untrained teachers (7157) in the State. Last time sanction was given for the training of 2700 teachers whose approval was given by NCTE. Remaining 4457 teachers are yet to be trained. However, out of these 2233 teachers does not posses basic qualifications as per NCTE norms i.e. 45% marks in 12 th class. State needs to identify theses teachers before getting them trained. The State has 35 block and 225 CRCs. State has appointed 210 BRPs and 350 CRPs. All the BRPs, and CRPs are on contractual basis whereas as per FMP (Financial Management Procurement) norms the BRC and CRCs have to be senior teachers on regular basis. State has large number of vacancies (more than 50%) in SCERT and DIETS. There is need to fill up these vacancies so as to get academic support to bring in quality. CHALLENGES Contd…

9 QUALITY : Revision of textbooks and curriculum has been done by the Board of Secondary Education Manipur. Since it is function of SCERT being an academic body, the State may like to relook in to this aspect. MI reported that in 10 ( ten) sample schools i.e. Bonglikuki Primary School, Heibunglok Primary School, PurumTampak High School, ThabiKeithel Primary School, YamolchingKuki Primary School(Karyam), AimolNgairong Upper Primary School, Moreh Ward No. 7 Primary School (CananVeng), The Khoibu Govt. Junior High School, Yangoupokpi Primary School and Yangoutubi Primary Schools have no Black-Boards in the classroom. In the 40 sample schools, the total number of teachers in position were181 (Male-92, Female-89). Majority of the sample schools had vacant post of teachers. Specialized teachers were also not available in each class for teaching Science, Mathematics and Languages separately. The total numbers of trained teachers in the sample schools were 68 (male-23, female-45). CHALLENGES Contd…

10 MI Report on Quality Most of the schools do not have proper blackboard facility in the elementary schools. None of the sample schools visited have library facilities in the school. Majority of the sample schools have adequate classroom furniture and the present infrastructures in the classrooms are in average conditions. None of the sample schools have proper lightning and ventilation facilities, child friendliness. Majority of the school do not have drop out students. Majority of the sample schools had vacant post of teachers. Specialized teachers were also not available in each class for teaching Science, Mathematics and Languages separately. Majority of the sample schools visited used local dialect as the medium of instruction and local dialect is also translated including Manipuri during teaching-learning process as and when required for better understanding. CHALLENGES Contd…

11 Inclusive Education : The State has adequate trained manpower (98 resource persons in pla)e for IE. The State also has 110 volunteers for 518 HBE CWSN. The ratio is 1:5. Rather than having such huge manpower, the State should clearly rationalise the existing RPs and use them for school and home visits. Moreover the State should build the capacities of the regular teachers on inclusive teaching as 8158 CWSN are enrolled in schools. The Appraisal Team has not recommended any IE volunteers. CHALLENGES Contd…

12 School Infrastructure: Civil works Out of Rs lakhs spill over works approved during State has shown a spill over of Rs lakhs for Large number of PS (545 and 3), UPS (91 and 65 not taken up) and ACRs (1024 and 1029 not taken up)are in progress for which 20% funds are to be approved as deferred liability for PS & UPS and 100% funds for ACRs. Deferred liability for is about Rs crore. The certificate for individual buildings has not been obtained from the District Collectors. However land availability certificate for the building proposed has been furnished by the State Project Director alongwith the list of buildings proposed. CHALLENGES Contd…

13 KGBV State needs to do actual compliance with respect to recommendations of KGBV evaluation team, particularly in the areas of safety, security of girls, enrollment of marginalized groups like Kukki tribes and NGO monitoring so that they are secular in their approach. There should not be access to male in KGBV premises and due care should be taken for security of Girls. Close supervision and monitoring required at all level. The pace of construction work is slow. 10 buildings out of a total of 11 KGBV buildings are still to be completed. Rent for the buildings would be sanctioned subject to States commitment to complete all the buildings before the next academic session. State must also set up a regular monitoring mechanism for ensuring quality of construction as per norms State is yet to notify KGBVs as Government schools. CHALLENGES Contd…

14 Girls Education Over all major educational indicators the educational participation of girls in terms of their enrolment shares, retention and transition etc are improving. But the drop out rate of girls at primary level is 9.17% and at Upper primary level is 6.84% which is quite high. State should take initiatives and build strategies to work against the root cause to prevent dropout among girls at early stages and mainstream them through the different strategies under the ambit of SSA. CHALLENGES Contd…

15 KGBV Action Taken Report on Observations of Evaluation Team for KGBVs. Contd… Sl noIssuesAction TakenComments 1The KGBVs in Manipur do not cater to out of school/ never enrolled girls, but enrolling school going girls in the KGBVs primarily on grounds of economic constraints of their families despite the fact that state has large number of out of school girls. Identification of students is done in an ad-hoc manner. Network of the church had been used to enroll girls and consequently there were girls from other blocks/ Districts.  Deputy Commissioners/ Chairperson, District Board of Education who are also the Chairman of the Management Committee for KGBVs in their respective districts have enrolled girls in the Academic Session 2014 which started in February who are (i) Unable to go to regular schools (ii) Out of school girls in the 10+ age group who are unable to complete primary school and (iii) Girls of migratory populations.  Residential and Non-Residential Special Trainings are provided to newly identified Girls falling under the category for further enrollment. No specific / targeted action on the enrollment of girls of specific groups like cookies who migrated frequently.

16 KGBV Action Taken Report on Observations of Evaluation Team for KGBVs. Contd… Sl noIssuesAction TakenComments 2It is a matter of serious concern that Male teachers and staffs stay on campus and have unrestricted access to the living area of the girls. Male Teachers who were hired temporarily by the Management Committee have been discontinued in KGBVs. Process for recruitment of Female Teaching and Non- Teaching Staffs who possesses educational qualification laid prescribed by NCTE is being taken up through the DC/Chairman, DBE. Safety guidelines not issued and implement ed. 3The role of religious organizations needs to be checked and State Government should make efforts to identify NGOs that work with all communities in a non- discriminatory and secular manner. Each KGBV may be verified individually to ensure the secular character of the school along with provision of other basic infrastructure. All KGBVs in the State are secular in nature and no Religious Organizations are involved in the management/functioning of any of the 11(eleven) KGBVs in the State. NGO Verification & orientation needs to be taken up

17 KGBV Action Taken Report on Observations of Evaluation Team for KGBVs. Contd… Sl noIssuesAction TakenComments 4 Teacher recruitment was found to be by an ad-hoc process where in the SMC and the village authority appoints them, which is against the RTE norms. Recruitment Rules incorporating provisions laid down under NCTE for teaching and Non-Teaching staffs of KGBVs prepared. Recruitment of Female Teaching and Non-Teaching Staffs is being taken up at the District level with respective Deputy Commissioners as Chairperson of the DPC. Copy of rules laid down in this regard needs to be shared. 5 Training and capacity building of teachers has been inadequate and has never been conducted for wardens. Academic Authority will be consulted for providing comprehensive training for KGBV functionaries. Action should be taken and share training schedule with MHRD

18 KGBV Action Taken Report on Observations of Evaluation Team for KGBVs. Contd… Sl noIssuesAction TakenComments 6 No enriched curriculum was found. A definite focus on personality development, gender training and leadership development is required in the curriculum. SCERT has been requested to revise curriculum for incorporation of gender positive and gender sensitive materials. Coordination with gender resource persons to be initiated within a time frame. 7 Convergence across the board with other schemes such as PDS, KSY, School Health programme, and provision to augment resources is low at present.  Action Plan for providing regular Medical Check-up and providing Iron and Folic Acids to Students is planned with NRHM during the current Academic Session.  Convergence with PDS and KSY will be initiated with stakeholder department for provision of nutrition, health and educational support to girls residing in KGBVs. Share the implementation on conversions

19 Comments on States commitments made during PAB and action taken thereon:- Sl. NoCommitmentsAction TakenRemarks 1. The State would fulfill all commitments of early years which are still pending as per para 7. State has already taken up all the commitments of early years. A few commitments of early years are yet to be complied as reported in the Table The State committed to complete the 10 KGBVs by March Completion of KGBVs likely by July Not Complied 3. The State committed to saturate toilets and drinking in all existing schools in convergence with the Department of Drinking Water and Sanitation. Saturated except the newly opened 180 New Primary Schools approved in Supplementary PAB of Composite School structure as per RTE Act not approved. The provisions are proposed in PAB of Noted contd…

20 Comments on States commitments made during PAB and action taken thereon:- Sl. NoCommitmentsAction TakenRemarks 4. The State Government will provide its State share for the approved plan on 90:10 Centre State sharing pattern and first installment of the State share would be released to the State Implementation Society within one month of release of central share. No shortfall in release of corresponding State Share. Noted 5. The State will roll out and use Quality Monitoring Tools developed by NCERT. In initial stage of implantation. Yet to Start 6. The State will notify a local grievance redressal mechanism immediately, will notify local authority. Notification of Local Authority under section 9 of the RTE Act is awaited. State is planning to entrust grievance redressal to the Local Authority notified. Not complied contd…

21 Comments on States commitments made during PAB and action taken thereon:- Sl. NoCommitmentsAction TakenRemarks 7. The State will endeavor to recruit at least 50% female teachers out of the total teachers recruited. More than 60% of the teachers recruited under SSA are female. Noted 8. The State must review the subject load on the children and rationalize in the light of NCF Academic Authority is being consulted for rationalization. Yet to be Complied 9. The State should orient all the project functionaries, MIS functionaries in particular, on the triangulation data from different sources and in respect of different indicators to help them develop an understanding of the nature of challenges in the way of ensuring that all children are in school. Orientation training for project functionaries at the state and district level conducted regularly with different stakeholder departments viz Education(S), Tribal Affairs and Hills Department, Social Welfare etc Further, orientation training also conducted for data collection, compilation and dissemination for U-DISE and Aadhaar friendly DISE for functionaries at the state, district, block and cluster level. Noted contd…

22 Comments on States commitments made during PAB and action taken thereon:- contd… Sl. NoCommitmentsAction TakenRemarks 10. The State will initiate steps for curricular reform as per section 29 of the RTE Act, and in accordance with the Advisory No F. No. 1-15/2010 EE 4 issued by the MHRD and in keeping with the principles of NCF, Notification issued for implementation of CCE by the Academic Authority. Special focus on CCE during in service teachers training. Academic Authority being consulted for curricular reform. Yet to be complied 11. The State will review in-service teacher training programmes to ensure that it conforms to the revised curriculum, and formulate a long term in-service teacher development programme. A comprehensive teachers training programme in consultation with Academic authority being formulated for elementary teachers at the primary and upper primary level untrained teachers being imparted 2 year course on D.El.Ed in 28 programme study centres through open distance learning mode under IGNOU. Noted

23 Comments on States commitments made during PAB and action taken thereon:- contd… Sl. NoCommitmentsAction TakenRemarks 12. The State will ensure that all teacher related provisions under the RTE Act, including adherence of prescribed PTR in all schools, prohibition of assigning non-academic tasks (barring Census, Elections and Disaster Management), recruitment of professionally qualified teachers after they have passed TET, etc are put into practice in all schools in the State. State is maintaining PTR of 1:18 at Primary level and 1:17 at the Upper Primary level. Notification for prohibition of assigning non-academic tasks to teachers will be initiated. Only Professionally qualified teachers as per qualifications prescribed under NCTE norms are appointed. Further, more than 60% of the teachers recruited under SSA are female. Teachers Eligibility Tests conducted every year from 2012 onwards to ensure professionally qualified teachers are recruited. Noted 13. The State agreed to notify its decentralized grievance redressal systems by October, 2013 and to constitute the SCPCR in the State by December, Notification awaited for decentralized grievance redressal system SCPCR constituted by Social Welfare Department vide notification no.9/25/2009-S(SW) Pt dated 2 nd November Not Complied

24 Action Taken Report on Commitments of Sl. No. Commitment Action Taken by State Comment Action Taken by the State during It will ensure that all teacher related provisions under the RTE Act, including adherence of prescribed PTR in all schools, prohibition of assigning nonacademic tasks (barring Census, Elections and Disaster Management), recruitment of professionally qualified teachers after they have passed TET, etc are put into practice in all schools in the State. As in the past 50% female teachers should be recruited. The state is under process to develop an effective and transparent system to rationalize and redeploy the teachers in every district. Qualified primary teachers are recruited after they have clear TET mandated under the Act and amongst the newly recruited Primary and Upper Primary Teachers, more than 50% are female teachers. Not complied State is maintaining PTR of 1:18 at Primary level and 1:17 at the Upper Primary level. Notification for prohibition of assigning non-academic tasks to teachers will be initiated. Only Professionally qualified teachers as per qualifications prescribed under NCTE norms are appointed. Further, more than 60% of the teachers recruited under SSA are female. Teachers Eligibility Tests conducted every year from 2012 onwards to ensure professionally qualified teachers are recruited.

25 Action Taken Report on Commitments of Sl. No. Commitment Action Taken by State Comment Action Taken by the State during It will ensure completion of all spillover and fresh civil works sanctioned under SSA in compliance with the provisions of the RTE Act. Civil Works sanctioned as fresh and spillover could not be taken up in the first 3 (three) quarters due to legal complicacies and is almost resolved. State Project Office have started releasing funds for construction of KGBVs and Residential Schools and construction have started. Further, 1 st Installment of funds for construction of new schools and other spillovers will be released within March The commitment has not been meet. State has taken up all Spill over works sanctioned in except reallocation of 62 UPS which is awaited approval of PAB and 1407 Ramps with handrails. Other Spill over works could not be taken up in as Rs lacs was deferred liability for

26 Action Taken Report on Commitments of Sl. No. Commitment Action Taken by State Comment Action Taken by the State during It will ensure that all schools are provided drinking water and toilets as per the directions of the Hon’ble Supreme Court. SSA/SMA, Manipur have provided 232 Girls and Boys Toilets and 140 drinking water facility in Urban Government Schools. The ATR mention no. of schools covered. It is not cleared if all the school have been covered. SSA has provided temporary drinking water facility in all schools and permanent facility in respect of schools in urban areas. Further, in respect of schools located in urban areas toilets have been provided by SSA and in respect of schools in rural areas, toilets has been provided by Total Sanitation Campaign. The provision is to be provided for 180 new primary schools sanctioned in supplementary PAB of , wherein composite school structure was not sanctioned. The provisions are proposed in PAB

27 Action Taken Report on Commitments of Sl. No. Commitment Action Taken by State Comment Action Taken by the State during It will put in place a Grievance Redressal Mechanism in accordance with the Advisory No. F. No. 1-18/2010 – EE 4 issued by the MHRD under section 31 and 32 of the RTE Act. A Grievance Redressal cell is established in the State Project office. Development of Redressal Mechanism at the District and Sub-District Level is in progress. NotedNotification of Local Authority under section 9 of the RTE Act is awaited. State is planning to entrust grievance redressal to the Local Authority notified 5.The state should work out the monthly expenditure plan and review the trend of expenditure regularly. Monthly expenditure Plans is reviewed and worked out on regular basis NotedWill be initiated. 6.The State must review the subject load on the children and rationalize in the light of NCF The State/SSA, SMA had reviewed subject load on the children in the year and Subjects have been reduced considerably. Required fresh review Academic Authority is being consulted for rationalization.

28 Action Taken Report on Commitments of Sl. No. Commitment Action Taken by State Comment Action Taken by the State during The State must review the subject load on the children and rationalize in the light of NCF The State/SSA, SMA had reviewed subject load on the children in the year and Subjects have been reduced considerably. Required fresh review Academic Authority is being consulted for rationalization. 8.All the vacancies of the Finance and Accounts personnel at the SPO shall be filled up before the 1st installment is released to the state. The release of 2nd installment will be subject to filling up of all other vacancies at the SPO, DPO and Sub- district levels. The vacancies of the Finance and Accounts personnel at the SPO had been filled. NotedAll posts of Finance and Accounts personnel at the SPO filled up

29 Status of RTE Implementation Sr. No. Mandatory notifications Whether the notifications issues Yes/No (If yes please provide a copy of the Notification) 1Grievances Redressal MechanismNo 2Constitution of SCPCR/REPAYes 3School Management CommitteeYes 4Academic AuthorityYes 5State Advisory councilYes 6No Board ExaminationYes 7 No corporal punishment / mental harassment Yes 8No detention / expulsionYes 9Banning private tuitionYes 10Screening procedure / capitation feeYes 11 Minimum number of working days / instructional hours of school Yes 12Minimum working hours for teachersNo 13Notification regarding weaker sections 2(e)No 14Disadvantaged Groups Section 2(d)No 15 25% admission in pvt. Unaided schools - section 12(1)( C ) No 16Local AuthorityNo contd…

30 PROGRESS DURING OutlayExp. % Exp. Against Outlay % ProposalRecommendation Differed Spill overFreshTotal Differed Spill over FreshTotal SSA KGBV TOTAL BUDGET FOR

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