State Initiatives – Welfare Scheme SchemeStandard Beneficiaries (in lakhs) Text booksI - XII92.28 Note booksI – X81.02 School bagI – XII92.28 Uniform (4 sets)I – VIII48.63 FootwearI – X81.02 Bus passI – XII14.02 Colour pencil/CrayonsI – V35.00 Geometry BoxVI – X45.01 AtlasVI – X46.01 Total535.27
Total Number of habitations Habitations served with No. of habitations unserved with No. of habitations eligible for opening of Primary School/ upgradation of primary school in to Upper Primary school PSUPSPSUPSPSUPS 95010921369329328741717678330 HABITATIONS & SCHOOLING FACILITIES
ACCESS – Proposals – 2014 - 15 S. No. Activity & Districts coveredPhy. 1 New Primary Schools 226 2 Upgradation of existing PS into UPS 88 3 Residential Schools 18 (3 existing) 4 Transport / Escort facility 14749
ACCESS GAP-SCHOOLS Total number of habitations-95010 Total number of unserved habitations Primary-2874 Upper primary-1717 Total number of ineligible unserved habitations Primary- 2386 Upper primary-1506 Total number of eligible unserved habitations Primary-488 Upper primary-211
ACCESS GAP-SCHOOLS-CONTD.. New schools proposed Primary- 226 Upper primary-88 Balance unserved eligible habitations Primary- 262 Upper primary-123 Eliminated habitations -habitations with few school age children -habitations with any school including private within 1.5 kms
ACCESS GAP-SCHOOLS-CONTD.. Priority i)habitations with 100% SC population ii) habitations with 70% SC population iii) habitations with 40% SC population and distance Objective Coverage of children of unserved habitations -Number 1486 Children- 14486 by providing transport and escort
Residential school proposal Sl. No.District location Reasons Name of the nearest Hostel Distance 1Madurai Kurunji Nagar Remote, Hill Area, Tribal Population 1.Kallar Student Hostel15 2 Perambalu r Kavulpalay am Remote, Hill Area quaries boys hostel, Perambalur 12 3 Tiruvanam alaiThoppur Remote, Hill Area, Tribal Population No Hostel 4 Tiruvanam alaiKilnadanur Remote, Hill Area, Tribal Population No Hostel 5VelloreGurumalai Remote, Hill Area, Tribal Population No Hostels 6The NilgirisKozhikolly Remote, Hill Area, Tribal Population 1.Govt Boys Hostel, O.Valley35Km 7The NilgirisVattakolly Remote, Hill Area, Tribal Population 1.Govt Boys Hostel, O.Valley22Km 8KrishnagiriThakkatti Remote, Hill Area, Tribal/SC Population Boys Hostel - Anchetty35KM
9Krishnagiri Kodakkarai- Kadamakuttai Remote, Hill Area, Tribal / SC Population Boys Hostel Thenkanikottai50KM 10VellorePeenjaimandhai Remote, Hill Area, Tribal Population 1.BC boys Hostel, Moolagate30 Km 11KrishnagiriKariachandiram Narikuravar Nomads Boys Hostel - Soolagiri25KM 12 Nagapatin am Thiruindhalur(Pa llavarayanpet) Narikuravar Nomads 1. Girls ADW Hostel4 K.M 13VillupuramPasar colony ST – Irulars More SC Population, 1.Boys Hostel Ariyalur20KM 14Villupuram Devapandalam (kalvarayan hills) ST Irulars Hill & remote area 1.Girls Hostel, Devapandalam1KM 15Villupuram Eduthavainatha m (Hill area) ST – Irulars,Hill area & Tribal Area 1.Boys Hostel, Somandarkudi12KM Residential school proposal Conti…
KASTURBA GANDHI BALIKA VIDHYALAYA (KGBV) 61 schools in 12 districts 4507 out of school girls enrolled 27 NGOs involved KGBV Residential school Type I (100 girls)Type II (50 girls) 3130
KGBV RESIDENTIAL SCHOOLS Vocational training, Computer Education, Training in sports, Yoga and Karate provided. One day excursion to different places of interest and Educational values. Gender Sensitization training, Life skill training, Scouts and Guides and First Aid provided for girls.
KGBV RESIDENTIAL SCHOOLS Enriched curriculum Non-traditional skill training on vermicompost, spiral binding & lamination and online ticket booking have been organized as an initiative.
KGBV RESIDENTIAL SCHOOLS Highlights of National Evaluation Team All the KGBVs reached out to the girls of most excluded community. The girls attendance was more than 98% in KGBVs visited. There was no vacancy of all the sanctioned post All the teachers were highly qualified and were committed to their work. The academic support provided to the teachers in the KGBV was strong as BRTEs made regular visits and provided support.
KGBV RESIDENTIAL SCHOOLS Highlights of National Evaluation Team Safety and security concerns had been given priority by the implementing agencies. The girls informed that they feel safe and secure staying in the premises and apart from guard no other male staff are allowed to stay overnight in the premises. The team looked into the financial books and it was observed that the records were well managed All KGBVs were running in their own building. There were incinerators attached to toilets and it was found functional in all the KGBVs. The overall sanitation of the KGBV was found to be satisfactory.
KGBV RESIDENTIAL SCHOOLS Action taken report Only dropout and never enrolled girls are enrolled. Vermi compost spiral binding lamination online ticket booking guide camp and first aid have been organized Financial management module under preparation and training will be completed by march.
KGBV RESIDENTIAL SCHOOLS Issues Building for 1 KGBV Vulundurpet block villupuram district. Bedding cost. As per existing norms Rs. 750 per girl No furniture/ kitchen equipment grant. ItemUnit cost in Rs. Single mattress with cover 2000 Bed sheet300 Pillow300 Pillow cover50 Total2650
Categories TargetAchievement Identified No. of Centres Enrolment Non Residential Special Training Centre (Short Term) 5113 1512462 Non Residential Special Training Centre (Long Term) 18888 71112611 Residential Special Training Centre 13573 23411792 Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya 1410 611575 National child Labour Project 8415 3297882 Direct enrollment4048-10415 Total51447148646737 STATUS OF SPECIAL TRAINING – 2013-14
Special training - children of migrant Total identified 9293 Enrolled 9186 For inter state migrant books from West Bengal, Odisha & Madhya Pradesh received Evs to teach their language
Total No. of Out of School Children to be addressed 43, 024 Total Outlay proposed : Rs. 2911.99 lakhs Interventions planned 2014-2015: SPECIAL TRAINING INTERVENTIONS-2014-15 S. No.ActivitiesChildren Amount (Rs. in lakh) 1 NRSTC (Short Term) (Rs.3000/- per child for 6 months) 262478.72 2 NRSTC (Long term) (Rs.6000/- per child for 12 months) 12373742.38 3 RSTC (Rs.20000/- per child for 12months) 92091841.80 4 RSTC for mentaly retarted 43286.40 5 IE home based 5423162.69 6 Direct Enrollment 48150 7 NCLP 66650 8 KGBV 14830 TOTAL 43024 2911.99
INCLUSIVE EDUCATION – 2013-14 Number of Children With Special Needs- 1,49,214 In Home Based Training care- 13,915 In inclusive school - 1,26,134 In School readiness Programme - 9,165
Assessment Camps Medical / Assessment Camps completed in all districts. 91,623 CWSN Attended medical camps. Assistive Devices (issued) Surgery (Completed) 6897896
Resource Rooms Centres Children Benefited Resource Rooms4138324 School readiness camp 3929165 Convergence with “Smile Train” a NGO for free cleft lip and palate. So far 101 surgeries have been done. In convergence with govt. 795 corrective surgery have been done. Convergence with the sight savers to support the children with low vision, assessment training was given to teachers, parents & special educators in all the districts. Special Initiatives
Provisions: One caretaker and one helper have been appointed in each day care centre to take care of the Children with Special Needs. Nutritious Food (sponsor). Transport Facility. Learning and Play Material. Activities on Daily Living Skills. Therapeutic Activities. Academic Support through Special Teachers. Mainstreaming in the Regular Schools. School readiness camp
Issues Rs. 4500/- per month for Care Giver and Rs.2000/- per month for Helper Rs. 6000/- per month for Care Giver and Rs.3000/- per month for Helper SCHOOL READINESS CAMP EXPENDITURE DETAILS - 2013-14 S.No.Name of the ActivityUnit cost(lakh)PhyTotal(lakh) 1Fee for Care Giver0.54392211.68 2Fee for Helper0.2439294.08 Grant total 305.76 SCHOOL READINESS CAMP PROPOSED EXPENDITURE DETAILS FOR - 2014-15 S.No.Name of the Activity Unit cost(lakh) PhyTotal(lakh) 1Fee for Care Giver0.72392282.24 2Fee for Helper0.36392141.12 Grant total 423.36
Art of Drawing training for CWSN Art of drawing for adults and children with special needs training was give at SRC, santhom. 50 Children with special needs were benefited in this training
State level training Signs and total communication trainingTraining on handling MR children Training on handling CP childrenLow vision assessment training
SSA - Expenditure statement for the year 2013-14 S. No Activity Funds Sanctioned Expenditure % of Exp.* 1 Residential Schools for specific category of children 67.32037.33055 2 Transport/Escort Facility145.71079.76855 3 Special Training for mainstreaming of Out-of-School Children 1688.4491118.57366 4 New Teachers Salary129747.52882942.86564 5 Training549.604298.13554 6 Academic Support through Block Resource Centre/ URC 6075.3604605.03076 7 Academic Support through Cluster Resource Centres 7102.5205766.92881 8 School Grant3034.5503014.98099 9 Research, Evaluation, Monitoring & Supervision 94.82427.05629 (Rs. in lakhs) * Expenditure as on 31.01.2014 towards funds received by the State : 85.00 %
Contd… S. No Activity Funds Sanctioned Expenditure% of Exp.* 10 Maintenance Grant2674.6502664.338100 11 Interventions for CWSN2541.1141792.59771 12 SMC/PRI Training400.8150.0000 13 Civil Works Construction18103.00412197.19367 14 Management2830.5482412.71185 15 KGBV1451.2751346.10593 16 STATE COMPONENT647.155436.37367 Total177154.425118739.98267 (Rs. in lakhs) Expenditure statement for the year 2013-14 * Expenditure as on 31.01.2014 towards funds received by the State : 85.00 %
Proposal for the year 2014-15 (Rs. in lakhs) S. NoActivityPhysicalFinance 1 Opening of New Schools New Primary Schools226 Upgradation of PS to UPS88 2 Residential Schools for specific category of children 18 608.520 3 Residential Hostel for specific category of children 4 Transport/Escort Facility43517 1305.510 5 Special Training for mainstreaming of Out-of-School Children 43024 2749.300 6 Free Text Book 7 Provision of 2 sets of Uniform 8 Teaching Learning Equipment (TLE) 314 89.200
Contd… S. No ActivityPhysicalFinance 9 Teachers Salary53031 136673.68 10 Training 2274.084 11 Academic Support through Block Resource Centre/ URC 402 11455.581 12 Academic Support through Cluster Resource Centres 4088 15997.379 13 Computer Aided Education in UPS under Innovation 30 1500.000 14 Teachers' Grant204475 1022.375 15 School Grant54273 3040.750 16 Research, Evaluation, Monitoring & Supervision 36950 170.269 17 Maintenance Grant36950 2717.200 (Rs. in lakhs) Proposal for the year 2014-15
S. No ActivityPhysicalFinance 18 Interventions for CWSN155889 4676.670 19 Innovation Head up to Rs. 50 lakh per district 1500.000 20 SMC/PRI Training597508 1792.524 21 Civil Works Construction - Fresh71260.300 Deferred Liability of 2014-1517181.680 22 Management19717.035 23 RTE Reimbursement7773.700 24 STATE COMPONENT (MGT+ REM)971.475 25 KGBV612848.025 Grand Total307010.257 (Rs. in lakhs) Proposal for the year 2014-15 Contd…