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1 School Education Department
Presentation to the Education Commission, West Bengal

2 No. of Educational Districts : 20
Puruliya Bankura Paschim Medinipur Purba Medinipur S 24 Pgns N 24 Pgns Hugli Barddhaman Nadia Murshidabad Birbhum Maldah D. Dinajpur U. Dinajpur Darjiling Jalpaiguri Koch Bihar Haora Kolkata Purview of SSA in West Bengal No. of Educational Districts : 20 No. of Blocks : 341 No. of Sub-Divisions : 66 No. of Educational Circles : 730 No. of Clusters (CRCs) : 4217 Total population: 9,13,47,736 (Census 2011) Literacy Rate : 77.08% * Literacy Rate has gone up from 68.64% to 77.08% from 2001 Census to 2011 Census.

3 Structure of School Education Dept
MIC Secretary CSE District Inspectorate Sub district structures

4 Principal functions of Dept & Dte
School Education Dept: policy making body School Education Directorate: implementing agency Project Offices: PBSSM, CMDMP Boards: WBBPE, WBBSE, WBCHSE, WBCROS Others: WBCSSC, SCERT, DPSC

5 Institutional Arrangement of School Education
Department of School Education Directorate of School W . B Board of Primary of Secondary Council of Higher District Inspector of Schools ( ) Primary Addl Dist - ADI Sub Div Level Council State Research & Training Project Office , P S M Service Commission of Rabindra Open Schooling Asstt AIS) Block Level Sub I .) Circle CRC Minority Affairs Madrasah Directorate of E Expert Committee UP & Secondary schools Primary schools

6 Functions of Directorate
Setting up new schools Sanctioning of posts Release of grants Regulate service of teachers/non teaching staff Payment of PF, Pension and other benefits to teachers Training of teachers Distribution of Text Books, Scholarships etc All other support services

7 Structure of District Inspectorate
AIS SIS

8 Structure of Inspecting cadre
WB Senior Education Service (WBSES): JDSE/DDSE WB Education Service (WBES): DIS/ADIS/ADSE WB Sub ordinate Education Service: SIS/AIS

9 Teacher Training Arrangement
SCERT IASE In service DIETs CTE Pre service PTTIs

10 District Project Office (SSM) SI/s of Schools (Primary)
W.B Board of Primary Education W.B Board of Madrasah Education WBC of Rabindra Open Schooling W.B. Board of Secondary Education W.B. Council of Higher Secy. Edn. Directorate of School Education SCERT PBSSM School Education Department Others Deptt. DI of Schools (Secondary) DI of Schools (Primary) DIET PTTI District Project Office (SSM) DPSC AI of Schools (Sub-division Level) Upper Pry. Schools SI/s of Schools (Primary) CLRC CRC VEC/SMC Pry. School Madrasah Study Centres

11 School Education activities by different Departments
School Education Deptt Other Deptt. P&RD Deptt.. Municipal Affairs Health & Family Welfare MEE Deptt. Social Welfare Deptt. Labour Deptt. Public Health Deptt. Tech. Edu. Deptt. PBRSSM Z P PS GP SSP WEC CRC VEC SSK MSK School Health Programme PLP, CEP, NFE NCLP ICDS Impart Tech. Education Drinking water prog. in School All these programme will ultimately create a conducive environment for UEE Other agencies like UNICEF, UNESCO, DFID, EU, World Bank

12 DEADLINE of 31st March 2013 for most provisions
RTE Mandates Access Providing physical access – residential facilities or transportation Headmasters’ Room PTR, Classrooms, Teachers etc. DEADLINE of 31st March 2013 for most provisions Quality PTR , a classroom for every teacher Curriculum, Syllabus and Textbooks renewal -Teachers’ Training Teaching Learning Materials Libraries Sports and Playing Materials

13 West Bengal’s Roadmap Additional ACRs -9599 for meeting up gaps
Completion of all pending work Additional ACRs for meeting up gaps 527 Primary Schools and 48 Upper Primary Schools for providing physical access. PTR: Completing Recruitment Process and Teachers in place by June 2013 Training of Untrained Teachers 75,000+ teachers enrolled in the ODL DElEd Course Remaining to be taken up in subject to NCTE Approval 30,000 BEd Training for teachers in Secondary Schools teaching Upper Primary level – NCTE approval received

14 West Bengal’s Roadmap Curriculum, Syllabus & Textbooks Renewal – Classes I, III, V and VII in 2013 and II, IV, VI and VIII in 2014. Adequate Teachers’ training on CCE, New Textbooks, RTE and NCF etc. Libraries Head Master’s Rooms Teaching Learning Materials Inclusive Education Nirmal Vidhyalaya Abhijan – promoting health and hygiene KGVBs – upscaling for reaching more girls CAL Learning Enhancement Programme- Early Literacy and Activity Based Science and Maths learning ECE – Curriculum Renewal and Manual for ICDS workers

15 Number of Schools Source: Provisional UDISE as on 30th September 2012

16 Pupil Teacher Ratio Source: Provisional UDISE as on 30th September 2012

17 Enrolment Figures Source: Provisional UDISE as on 30th September 2012

18 Enrolment Figures Source: Provisional UDISE as on 30th September 2012

19 Enrolment Figures (SC,ST & Muslims)

20 GER & NER Source: Provisional UDISE as on 30th September 2012

21 GER & NER Source: Provisional UDISE as on 30th September 2012

22 Out of School Children

23 Drop Out Rate Source: Provisional UDISE as on 30th September 2012

24 Quality Interventions

25 Unveiling of New Textbooks for Classes I,III, V as per the NCF 2005 and RTE 2009

26 Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation

27 Early Childhood Education
Handbook for ICDS workers on ECE New ECE Curriculum Framework

28 Computer Aided Learning

29 Nirmal Vidhyalaya Abhijan

30 Nirmal Vidhyalaya Abhijan
Prize Winners of the Sit and Draw Competition

31 Special Training

32 Special Training

33 ToR (a) : Road Map/ Vision
Universal access to elementary education Universal access to secondary education 80% access higher secn. Edn 20% find access to vocational edn/ gainful employment after Cl 10 and 40% after Cl 12 WB to be one of the top states in performance in JEE Advance, JEE Main, CLAT and All India Medical Exams

34 ToR (b) : Innovations, Char bldg
Shift from ‘chalk & talk’ to activity based teaching Shift from rote learning to learning by doing Shift from only academics to bringing out talent in multiple areas- sports, music, fine arts etc Develop leadership Less emphasis on completing syllabus

35 ToR ( c): Syllabi/ curricula, appraisal
High stakes single board exam vs multiple attempts Inputs from CBSE, International curricula Stress ability to analyse and solve than to memorise Basic level for all, advance level for only interested Credit system

36 ToR (d) :economy, industry, IT
Learning for employment (vocational options) Education to employability – develop communication, soft skills Systematic feedback from industry IT skills from young age – Class 5? School campus interviews Summer internship, co-op programs

37 ToR (e) : private investment
State to gradually change from service provider to regulator Allow placement linked schooling System of State funding of private education for poor students Recognise profit motive in edn? Tax sops – income tax/ service tax/ property tax

38 ToR (f) : Acts, rules, regulations
Incredible complexity – a rule for each individual? Repeal all and start anew Simplify categories, institutions and types of Govt support HR policies for teachers

39 ToR (g) : Bodies, jurisdiction, synergy
Multiplicity and overlap One Academic Board? One recruitment agency? One Teacher’s Training Body? All work toward common vision

40 ToR (h) : Practices, procedures
Remove complexity Incentives on performance not qualification Disincentives Welfare body Quick redressal of grievances Accountable for results

41 ToR (i) : languages Vernacular vs English
How many languages – all mother tongues? Place of Sanskrit Instruction in mother tongue upto which class How many languages to learn, upto which level

42 Thank You


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