Presentation on theme: "Equity In Education In RPVV Dwarka"— Presentation transcript:
1 Equity In Education In RPVV Dwarka Presentation by:Dr. T. P. Singh(Principal)RPVV Sector – 10,Dwarka
2 NO. OF STUDENTS:520STAFF :40YEAR OF ESTABLISHMENT:2003
3 RPVV Dwarka, is meant to provide avenues of quality education to poor and disadvantaged children. In our school we have mostly heterogeneous social group of economically weaker section with varying interest and ability to achieve highest potential, where all children cutting across caste, class, gender line, learn together in the best inclusive manner.Education assists individuals in paving the way to a successful future.
4 SOCIO - ECONOMIC STATUS Father’s Educational Level
5 Mother's Educational Level CategoryTotalIn %Illiterate7515Upto Primary70146 to 10th1553111th to 12th9519Graduate & above10521
6 Father's Work Status Category Total Per % Father Expired/PH. 45 9 Unemployed204Self Employed15030Private Job20541Govt. Job8016
7 MOTHER’S WORK STATUS Category Total Per % Mother Expired/PH. 35 7 Unemployed41082Self Employed255Private Job153Govt. Job
8 Family’s Monthly Income CategoryTotalIn %No Source204Upto 5,00014028,00017535,000100Above 20,0006513
9 Health Status of the Students of Age Group 12-14 Years BMIBelow Normal55%42%Normal36 %52 %
10 At the pinnacle of success The school stood First all over Delhi amongst all Govt.,Govt. Aided,Navodayas, NDMC Schools , Kendriya Vidyalayas in class XII result.18th position - CBSE Delhi Region
11 RPVV DWARKA AMONGST TOP SCHOOLS OF DELHI, NCR CATEGORYNAME OF SCHOOLQUALITY INDEXOVERALL POSITIONPublic/govt./aidedPUBLICMOTHER INTERNATIONAL442.5801GOVERNMENTR.P.V.V. DWARKA420.9418AIDEDSSLT GUJRAT SSS RAJ NIWAS MARG390.5392
12 13 STUDENTS /66 STUDENTSGOT CGPA=10/10IN CLASS X
14 4 students securing 100% marks in chemistry ,accountancy,maths and economics in 12 boards 15 students received cash award of RS.1,00,000/-(ONE LAKH)11 students 0.1% TOPPERS41/54 students of class 8th got national mean cum merit scholarship
15 Our proud Alumni Dhruv Narayan joined IIT Jitender Vats joined Maulana Azad Medical College MBBS10 Neta Jee Subhash Institute of Technology (NSIT)6 Students Joined Delhi Technological University (DTU)4 students joined SRCCAnil Kumar got admission in Stephens College (Phy. Hon)Sonak Singh – M.Tech IIT Delhi
16 Teacher’s RoleEstablish rules from the beginning that promote equality in the classroom.Set an example with their behavior.Teaching material that shows equality amongst diversity.Read stories or magazine articles, depending on ages and learning levels, demonstrating equality in local situations.Allow students a creative outlet concerning equality.
17 How children are treated in classrooms Connect with the child (Aarif – encouraged to participate in class activities, Monitor for a month, Class performance also improved)Good infrastructure.Grade blindly.Flexible mixed seating is encouraged as it has the potential of undoing gender, class, caste and regional divides.Groups are randomly organized for assignments, when possibleprivileging minority students is Avoided
18 Classroom management ensures that roles and responsibilities are assigned on a rotational basis to all irrespective of children’s socio-economic backgrounds and gender.The classroom walls, including other schools spaces, are used creatively by displaying children’s work at their eye-level and is space provided in School magazine.Paper recycling unit is operated by students and Birthday cards are prepared for students
19 INNOVATIVE PEDAGOGICAL PROCESSES ADOPTED TO BE AT PAR WITH PRIVATE SCHOOL Use of ICTCal labIntroduction of Chinese languageInvestiture ceremony
20 Role play, team teaching, quiz, innovative games, project methods, organization of exhibitions. Use of visuals and other mediums such as plays, dramas, popular folk songs as pedagogical aid and many more that would instill imagination, creativity, critical thinking and team spirit among learners.
22 Hands on experiments(Project Equinox, Recording of rain and daily temperature) and exposure visits to places of historical and cultural importance (local and outstation tour) are adopted for making teaching and learning an interesting enduring experience for all children from diverse origins.
24 PHYSICAL DISABILITYSchool has facilities for physically disabled students like ramps , wheelchair, provision in washrooms etc. hence physical handicap does not pose a problem.School does counselling of parent and physically disabled students, if required.School has IEDC teacher
25 Case study 1 – Ms. AartiA) time constraintB)distanceC) coping with environmentD) family stress
28 Earlier Transport was a big problem in reaching the school Earlier Transport was a big problem in reaching the school. Hence students were encouraged to travel by bicycle. The school has cycle stand where more than 300 students including girls park their cycle. NGOs associated with the school have gifted bicycles to the students who can’t afford them.CASE STUDY – Amanno bus connectivity from home, cycle gifted by a teacher, it takes one hour to reach school
29 GENDER INEQUALITYGirls from the past and until today still face discrimination. Girl students face traditional access issues such as perceived stereotypes and a lack of positive role models in all areas of their undergraduate careers. This sometimes forces them to study areas which society thinks suits them best. Girls feel inferior to men because of certain restrictions society has put indirectly towards women. The image perceived for women was being good at homely things, such as looking after kids, cooking and cleaning. This suppressed Women’s overall ambitions and desires. Girls were seen as they were physically and mentally weaker than the opposite sex.
30 .Equity in the learning process means that girls and boys receive equitable treatment and attention and have equal opportunities to learn. Equity in the learning process also means that all learners should be exposed to teaching methods and materials.The focus is on the necessity for women to have equal opportunities in the school.CASE STUDY – 1. Manisha--physically weak, non supportive family, Counseling , MDM And Sports coaching has Resulted her achieving 1st position at District level (Judo)2. Vandana - wants to be a Doctor, Mother expired, poor economic status, 4 sibling,does household work, father met an accident, wanted to drop school BUT counseling and school support has helped in her retention and now she is student of science stream.
31 Barriers Still Faced In Achieving The Equity Distance: RPVV is not located in the close proximity of the many of the student’s home. Some students come to the school from a distance of about 20 km at times counseling is done to retain the students coming from far of. e.g., Kirti.Physical challenges: Nitin(12thCommerce)suffering from High myopia.
32 Role of CommunityA collective effort on the part of schools and the community is done for addressing all forms of physical and emotional alienation that children from marginalized communities face ,Parents and communities are involved through SMC and PTM in range of initiatives to promote and progress equity and inclusionParents are advised on supporting children’s learning, community action to enroll girls, advice to parents of children with disabilities.Children are also involved in peer support and other initiatives.
34 Support from community Sai Sanansthan ,a NGOA) regular health and eye check upB) distribution of stationery items, spectaclesC) gifted bicycle to studentBank of maharashtra – gifted water purifierSBI – gifted wall fans for MP Hall.individual Support – Mr. Gaurav and Mr. Deepak, Mrs. Annu Kaushik
35 Support by the systemScholarships ( free text books, geometry box, uniform subsidy, LADLI scheme, scholarship for disabled children, scholarship for girls, pre metric, post metric scholarship, lal bahadur shashtri scholarship, NMMS ,Support material sc/st scholarship)Gender sensitization through seminar conducted by SCERT
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