8 Quality Monitoring – Students Attendance Percentage of schools Above 80%
9 Quality Monitoring – Students Attendance Percentage of schools below 60%
10 Simplified Activity Based Learning TAMILNADUA – Very Good, B- Good, C- Average, D- Below AverageThe criteria based school grading system has improved the status of performance
11 Active Learning Methodology A – Very Good, B- Good, C- Average, D- Below AverageThe criteria based school grading system has improved the status of performance
12 III Std Assessment (Formative & Summative) Maths
13 IV Std Assessment (Formative & Summative) Science
14 VII Std Assessment (Formative & Summative) Maths
15 Design for ChangeIn the DFC school challenge India 2014, out of 2000 entries at National level, the maximum participation was from Tamilnadu with 1086 entries.Out of the 20 best projects, 6 were from Tamilnadu and they were awarded Disney Edutainment Centres worth Rs ,000/- and above.Further out of the same best 20 projects, innovative projects were selected out of which, 2 were from Tamil Nadu and they received Disney Innovation cash award worth Rs.50,000/-Moreover 31 schools from Tamil Nadu got Rs.5000/- cash awardThis massive success was attained only because of Project Based Learning given by SSA under Computer Aided Learning.
17 PROPOSAL FOR LEP PROGRAMME PROPOSAL FOR THE PROGRAMME Class I & IIS.NoPROPOSAL FOR THE PROGRAMMEProposalPhyUnit costFin1Jigsaw Puzzles (for fine motor skills)379772000759.542Gradedseries for I to II1000379.773CCE - Children record and report format, Students Port folio and Cumulative record20
18 PROPOSAL FOR LEP PROGRAMME Class III to V S.NoPROPOSAL FOR THE PROGRAMMEProposalPhyUnit costFin1Supplementary readers379772000759.542Science Kit30003CCE - Children record and report format, Students Port folio and Cumulative record204Work sheets to enhance spatialthinking
19 PROPOSAL FOR LEP PROGRAMME 2015-16 Class VI to VIII S.NoPROPOSAL FOR THE PROGRAMMEProposalPhyUnit costFin1Wooden Geometry box for teachers use in the classroom164211000164.212Materials for Science Lab in Upper primary schools2577500001288.53Dictionary821051504Library Books for VI to VIII2000328.425CCE - Children record and report format, Students Port folio and Cumulative record206Worksheets for mapping skills7Maintenance of mobile science van180600010.80
20 In-service teacher training New approach in :300 BRTEs were trained as Master trainers for EnglishTwo levels of cascading to minimise transaction loss.The four day training was delivered through a day release model over a period of 4 weeks.Training inputs given in a day to be practiced by teachers over next four days.Scope for immediate feedback, interaction and improvement.Based on the findings of SLAS analysis, training content designed to cover topics where performance of students was below averageSeparate trainer and trainee modules are developed and used during and after the training.
21 HABITATIONS & SCHOOLING FACILITIES - 2014-15 Total Number of habitationsServed habitationsUnserved habitationsEligible habitationsPSUPS96552940259511925271433499186
22 ACCESS GAP – SCHOOLS Contd… Eliminated habitations- habitations with few school age childrenhabitations with any school including private within 1.5 kms for Primary and 3.5 kms for Upper primaryNew schools proposedPrimary Upper primary - 28
23 NRSTC Centers Priority of Schools proposed-2015-16 Priority 1 2 3 4 TotalSC/ST-100%SC/ST- 70 to 99%- 40 to 69%OBCPrimary5136082Upper Primary1828NRSTC CentersDistrictNo. of NRSTC centersRunning more than 2 years, SAP more than 25Pudukottai10Kanchepuram3
24 Distance of Schools proposed Distance in km1.5 to 1.92 to 2.93 to 3.94 to 4.95 to 5.9More than 6TotalNo. of Primary11431410282No. of Upper Primary56728
25 Distance more than 3 km for primary and 5 km for upper primary Schools proposed in SC/ST habitations, distance more than 3 km, 5 km in OBC habitations and NRSTC centersNumber of schoolsSC/STNRSTCDistance more than 3 km for primary and 5 km for upper primaryGrand totalOBCNo. of Primary22 including 4 NRSTC's620 including 3 NRSTC's48No. of Upper Primary10919
26 Proposal - Residential Schools 2015-16 1. Children in Remote, Hilly forest area with SC/ST PopulationSl. No.DistrictNo. of 6-14 age group children requiring residential facilityReasons for not opening school in neighbourhoodProposed location of residential schoolResidential Schools run by welfare departmentNearest Welfare Hostels &its distance11(A)23456Krishnagiri105Remote, Hilly forest area with SC/ST PopulationTheerthamNo residential schoolsBoys Hostel - Veppanapalli KM112AnchettyBoys Hostel Thenkanikottai - 26KMMadurai62Remote, Hilly forest area with Tribal PopulationT.Mokkahparai1. School students hostel (BC) - 7KM 2.School students hostel (MBC) - 13km57Kurunji Nagar1. Kallar Student Hostel - 15KM 2.Kallar Student Hostel- 18KM 3.Kallar Student Hostel -11KM 4.Kallar Girls Hostel -12KM
27 2. Migrant- Narikuravar children Sl. No.DistrictNo. of 6-14 age group children requiring residential facilityReasons for not opening school in neighbourhoodProposed location of residential school/hostelResidential Schools run by welfare departmentNearest Welfare Hostels &its distance11(A)23456Nagapattinam109Migrant- Narikuravar childrenPallavarayan PettaiNo residential schools1.Girls ADW Hostel - 6KM 2. Boys ADW Hostel - 6KM 3. Boys ADW Hostel - 13KMThirunelveli60Migrant -Narikuravar childrenValliyoorOnly 3 residential schools are functioning with capacity and enrolment of 162 –No vacancyADW Boys Hostel - 6KMRamanathapuram59Migrant- Narikuravar childrenSamathuvapuramNo HostelMadurai113Sakthimangalam1.School students Hostel – 6KM 2.School Students Hostel – 7KM
28 2. Migrant- Narikuravar children (Contd….) Sl. No.DistrictNo. of 6-14 age group children requiring residential facilityReasons for not opening school in neighbourhoodProposed location of residential school/hostelResidential Schools run by welfare departmentHostels in the Block concerned & its distance from the proposed location11(A)23456Villupuram57Migrant- Narikuravar childrenWard 3,Ulundurpet46 residential schools are functioning with total capacity and enrolment of 7606 –No vacancy 1. Girls Hostel, Ulundurpettai –5KM2. Girls Hostel, Elavansarkottaii –10KM3. Boys Hostel, Elavansarkottai -4.Boys Hostel, Ulunthurpettai –2.5KM5. Girls Hostel, Ulunthurpettai –1KM6. Boys Hostel, Pali - 7KM7.Boys Hostel Eraiyur – 18KM8. Girls Hostel, Asanur -8KM54MelmalayanurBoys Hostel, Avalurpet - 7KM
29 3. Children of Migrant Labourers Sl. No.DistrictNo. of 6-14 age group children requiring residential facilityReasons for not opening school in neighbourhoodProposed location of residential school/hostelResidential Schools run by welfare departmentHostels in the Block concerned & its distance from the proposed location1Villupuram52Parents are seasonal MigrantsKunnathur46 residential schools are functioning with total capacity and enrolment of 7606 –No vacancy1. Boys Hostel, Ulundurpettai 15KM
31 Special training interventions OoSC identified and coverage since 2003
32 STATUS OF SPECIAL TRAINING 2014-15 CategoriesTargetAchievementIdentifiedNo. of CentresEnrolmentNon Residential Special Training Centre(Short Term)2624861465(Long Term)1237385714424Residential Special Training Centres96411667623Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya1483611498National child Labour Project66653096682Direct enrollment48156332CWSN54234221Total43024147942245
35 Interventions for Children of Migrant Labourers
36 Interventions for children of Migrant Labourers Total identified : 5939(inter and intra state)Enrolled : 5755Interstate migration :Appointing education Volunteers and supply of Text books: 64 Education Volunteers in their mother tongue are nominated to impart Education for the children of migrant labourers who are from other states mostly from West Bengal, Odisha, Andhra Pradesh and Bihar.589 Bengali, 3391 Odia and 1385 Hindi language textbooks have been received from state concernedChildren of migrant labourers working in construction site are provided with transport facility by State Government from their working place to NRST center
37 SPECIAL TRAINING INTERVENTIONS-2015-16 Annexure-IIITotal No. of Out of School Children to be addressed :40850Seasonal migrants : Total Outlay proposed : RsInterventions planned for(Rs. in lakhs)S.No.StrategiesPhysicalFin.FreshCont.Total1Direct Enrollment37052CWSN27653RST-12 months3395352369184RST-3 monthsRST Total5NRST-12 months172876NRST-6 months143643.0807NRST Total187238KGBV / NCLP8739Total – Special Training37327408509Seasonal Migrant – Coverage260539.075Grand total39932434557
38 RTE- 25% Admission-Reimbursement No of ChildrenTotal amountClass - LKG/18326371.57 croresClass – 63503Class - UKG/243375Class - 81425Total1,31,5662,18,332croresA total amount of Rs crores is proposed
39 RTE- 25% Admission-Govt.orders GO(MS) No. 180 School Education(C2) department datedReimbursement of per child expenditure for admission of children enrolled under 25% reservation belonging to weaker section and disadvantaged group.GO (MS) 60 School Education (X2) department datedSteps of implementation with scheduled date.GO (MS) 59 School Education (PL-2) department datedSteps of implementation and registers to be maintained .G.O (MS)No.22, School Education dept. datedNotification for per child expenditure
40 Education for SC/ST Hand writing Programme 2. Educational Tour Help children to improve the quality of handwriting.Students with excellent handwriting can score good marks.26885 children will be benefited.2. Educational TourTo understand the importance of museum, planetarium, historical and cultural heritage and behavioral patterns.15843 children will be benefited
41 3. Project Based Learning Programme To develop scientific knowledge, group activities, leadership quality, problem solving ability, self-confidence, team sprit and sharing experiences based on their environment among the children.12558 children will be benefitted.4. Yoga trainingTo strengthen the students concentration on their studies, to make Physical fitness and to Improve tolerance.18209 children will be benefitted.
42 5. Personality Development Programme To develop the positive attitude among the children16508 children will be benefitted.6. Self-defenceTo ensure the safety and security of SC/ST girls children16592 children will be benefitted.7. Mobile Counselling VanCounselling may be arranged improving academic performance and mental health of the children.14584 children will be benefitted.
43 Kalajatha (Street Plays) : Community Mobilization Awareness Activities % Norms - for the yearKalajatha (Street Plays) :Street Plays have been conducted in 2640 habitations to generate awareness about RTE in places where people live in school-less habitations, where the number of out of school children are high, where the people belonging to SC/ST communities, disadvantaged and weaker sections live, where Narikoravars live in make-shift tents, nomadic tribal families and Migrant labourers work with their children in the construction sites covering 27 Districts of Tamil Nadu.
44 Competitions for School Children on Sanitation and Personal Hygiene: School level competitions like essay writing, oratory and Drawing/painting have been conducted in all Government and Government aided Primary, Upper Primary, High & Higher Secondary Schools and also KGBVs and RSTCs. The expected outcome from the students is to make them aware of personal hygiene and sanitation in tune with attaining Swachh Bharath.
45 Wall Paintings on RTE School Annual Day Wall Paintings on RTE have been done in Government Upper Primary, High and Higher Secondary and KGBV schools. The expected outcome of wall paintings is to create awareness about education as a fundamental right and inspire students to pursue higher education.School Annual DayIntroduction of CCE in Tamil Nadu State has paved the way for all the children to develop skills in various scholastic, co-scholastic, physical education, yoga, life skills, attitudes etc,. In this connection, it has been planned to conduct Annual Day in all the Government Middle, High and Higher Secondary Schools to exhibit their talents to the parents and the community members to display the positive aspects of their children while in school.
46 Community Mobilization Activities- 0 Community Mobilization Activities- 0.5% Norms (under the Management head) - Proposals for the yearAnnexure-IIICompetitions to School ChildrenTo make the children realize the real essence of RTE and to bring out the inner abilities, potential, hidden skills and to develop interpersonal skills among the children, different competitions are to be conducted.Annual Day Celebration in Schools:It has been planned to conduct Annual Day in all the Government Primary Schools to exhibit their talents to the parents and the community members to ensure the positive aspects of their children while in school.Wall Paintings in Schools:Wall Paintings on the outcomes of children’s learning is planned to be painted in all the Government Primary and Upper Primary schools of Tamil Nadu.Special Awareness Activities in EBBS & SFDsTo increase the girls literacy rate & to increase the enrollment of girls, SC /ST & Minority children, some special awareness activities are to be conducted in all EBBs & SFDs in Tamil Nadu.Awareness activities under Beti Pachao Beti PadhaoTo increase the sex ratio & to abolish the child marriage and child abuse, some special awareness activities are to be conducted in Cuddalore district of Tamil Nadu.An amount of RS lakhs have been proposed for above awareness activities in Tamil Nadu for the year
47 INFRASTRUCTURE CSIDS-2014-15 - New Works Rs. in croresPhyFinNew School Building939.284New Kitchen shed2015.021New School toilet (CSIDS)4118.362New School toilet (Others)647433.030Water Supply96115.027School compound wall125736.210Total9397
48 Comprehensive School Infrastructure Development Scheme 2014 -15 Repair works Rs. in croresPhyFinSchool Building449242.882School Toilets20387.924Kitchen Sheds8522.615Total738253.422
49 CIVIL WORKS (FRESH PROPOSAL) – 2015-16 S. No.ActivityFreshUnit CostPhy.Fin.22Civil Works Construction22.03New Primary Schoola. Plain Areas19.99464c. Hill Areas23.9931822.05New Upper Primary26.4942131.793722.09Building Less (Pry)5922.10Building Less (UP)2422.11Dilapidated Building (Pry)6.50016222.12Dilapidated Building (UP)8822.13Additional Class Room312722.15Additional Class Room (Hill Area)7.80026222.16Boys Toilet1.870105022.17Separate Girls Toilet158022.18Drinking Water Facility0.6149256.48822.19CWSN friendly toilets0.82563622.20Compound Wall (Plain)0.049579295
50 CIVIL WORKS (FRESH PROPOSAL) – 2015-16 S. No.ActivityFreshUnit CostPhy.Fin.22.21Compound Wall - Hill Area0.0594963422.23Office-cum-store-cum-Head Teacher's room (Primary) - Plain Area6.50081922.24Office-cum-store-cum-Head Teacher's room (Primary) - Hill Area7.8004022.25Office-cum-store-cum-Head Teacher's room (Upper Primary) - Plain Area119822.26Office-cum-store-cum-Head Teacher's room (Upper Primary) - Hill Area3322.29Ramps with Handrails0.220461622.31Whole School Development2.00032822.37Major Repairs1.970129922.43Requirement of Incinerator for Middle Schools0.030405322.44Residential Schools/hostels for specific category of children (50 Children) for Plain60.500522.45Residential Schools/hostels for specific category of children (50 Children) for Hill72.600222.46Residential Schools/hostels for specific category of children (100 Children) for Plain22.47Residential Schools/hostels for specific category of children (100 Children) for HillTotal108516
55 KASTURBA GANDHI BALIKA VIDHYALAYA (KGBV) 61 schools in 12 districts4633 out of school girls enrolled36 NGOs involvedFrom onwards only TET qualified teachers are appointed. The existing TET unqualified teachers have been given one final opportunity to clear the TET.CCE followed in KGBV Schools.SLAS and PINDICS is done for KGBV Schools.Type I (100 girls)Type II (50 girls)3130
56 KGBV RESIDENTIAL SCHOOLS State Governments’ initiative of providing costfree items to regular school going children which includes school uniform, textbooks, notebooks, School bags, foot wear, geometry box, Atlas has been provided to all the girls enrolled in KGBV schools.Insurance coverage provided.Vocational training, Computer Education, Training in sports, Yoga and Karate provided.
57 KGBV RESIDENTIAL SCHOOLS One day State level Accountant training, Cook training and five days Physical Education Training has been organized.Gender Sensitization training, Life skill training, Scouts and Guides and First Aid provided for girls.Non-traditional skill training on vermicompost, spiral binding & lamination and online ticket booking have been organized as an initiative.Science Exhibitions conducted in all KGBV Schools
58 KGBV RESIDENTIAL SCHOOLS Initiative for Research and Innovation in Science(IRIS) Workshop has been conducted in 18 KGBV schools. All the students submitted their innovative ideas. Among the 7000 students who participated in National Level 30 students were selected, and among those 30 students 3 children were from Tamil Nadu KGBV schools. They were invited to Delhi to receive THE EXCELLENCE AWARD.Utmost importance is given to Self-defense training. As a result, 4 KGBV Girls were selected to participate in the Asian karate competition to be held in April 2015 at Taiwan.
59 KGBV RESIDENTIAL SCHOOLS Non Communicable Disease Intervention is a promising program conducted in all KGBV schools for creating awareness among the upper primary students on keeping themselves free of Non communicable disease.As an initiative this year all VIII standard students in KGBV have applied for National means – cum – merit scholarship scheme test which is conducted every year by Science Branch of Directorate of Education.KGBV students come from different life situations. In order to make them overcome their mental depression and distractions they are given counseling through Mobile Counselling Van which is run by Tamil Nadu government.After completing VIII std, the girls are mainstreamed in High/Higher Secondary schools and hostel facilities are arranged through RMSA girls hostels and Welfare Hostels.
61 IE-Progress in 1392 Resource Teachers in position and attached with 1536 schools where the enrollment is more than 1015 NGOs are involved in training, module preparation and monitoring, etc.,804 Resource Persons engaged at BRC.38160 schools made barrier free.10786 schools are provided with DFTs.MR Kit box provided to MR enrolled schools 218613170 CWSN are given escort and 6475 CWSN are given transport allowance for retention.95.99% of teachers given orientation through the annual in service teacher training and 17.03% of teachers given specific training on IE.
62 CWSN ENROLLED IN SCHOOL YEAR-WISE (GOVT AND AIDED SCHOOLS ONLY) NO. OF CWSN ENROLLED80117110118126641
63 CWSN Category wise 2014-15 TYPE OF DISABILITY BOYS GIRLS Visually impaired (VI)Hearing Impaired (HI)Speech Impaired (SI)Orthopedically Impaired (OI)Mental Retardation (MR)Autism Spectrum DisorderCerebral palsyMultiple DisabilityTOTALBOYS854579404523100753327323853647733777725GIRLS823064372805723124920117026075516589171677514377732817306581933555625412853136642
64 Convergence with Health Department No. of Assessment camp conducted by ALIMCOAssistive Devices providedSurgeryprovidedNew ID cards41317812120342513
65 Transport & Escort facilities for CWSN 3170 CWSN Provided Escort Allowance 6817CWSN Provided Transport Allowance Total No. of CWSN Benefited
67 Activities for Retention in Inclusive Schools Acceptance by the classmate/peers.Favourable classroom/climateSpecial – Inclusive school collaborationSupport servicesFlexible curriculumTransport facilities /books/uniformCCE and immediate remediationAdapting ABL and ALMBraille Books to VI CWSN through NIVH
68 Activities for Retention in Inclusive Schools Adapted textAdapted exerciseUsage of ICTDevelopment of Text Books in assessable format especially for children with cerebral palsy, Multiple Disabilities and Autism.Individualized Educational PlanTimely work order of the books and Distribution of Braille.
70 JE/AES parent training Parent and Community Training, Mobilization and support, strategies for addressing discriminationNo. of beneficiariesField visitJE/AES parent training
71 ICT Materials at SRCVagmi software for speech therapy and academic preparation through computerized therapy techniquesLexicon-Scan and reading books for VI and dyslexicBraille notetaker from computerTrack ball and Aditi as adapted mouse to operate computer for children with severe locomotor difficulties. Tutor videos , Tactile graphics for geography and communication dictionaries.Azabat- Talking typing tutor with simple test for play and learn methodKatha mala, bigmac, avaz, nvda vagmi, azabath, slate magnifier kinect talking clock etc for all category of CWSN
73 SSA - Expenditure statement for the year 2014 - 15 (Rs. in lakhs)S.NoActivityFunds SanctionedExpenditure% of Exp.*1Residential Schools for specific category of children50.80050.552Special Training for mainstreaming of Out-of-School Children70.953Teachers Salary37.244Training70.395Academic Support through Block Resource Centre/ URC69.456Academic Support through Cluster Resource Centres72.637Computer Aided Learning96.278School Grant99.549Research, Evaluation, Monitoring & Supervision82.47848.44* Expenditure as on towards funds received by the State : %
74 Expenditure statement for the year 2014-15 Contd…Expenditure statement for the year(Rs. in lakhs)S. NoActivityFunds SanctionedExpenditure% of Exp.*8Research, Evaluation, Monitoring & Supervision82.47848.4410Maintenance Grant99.7311Interventions for CWSN72.4412SMC/PRI Training93.0413Civil Works Construction99.1414Management35.1515KGBV80.3916STATE COMPONENT55.81Total49.52* Expenditure as on towards funds received by the State : %
75 Proposal for the year(Rs. in lakhs)S. NoActivityPhysicalFinance1Opening of New SchoolsNew Primary Schools82Upgradation of PS to UPS282Residential Schools for specific category of children – Model I9Residential Schools for specific category of children – Model II103Residential Hostel for specific category of children4Transport/Escort Facility122955Special Training for mainstreaming of Out-of-School Children434556RTE Reimbursement7Free Text Book
76 Proposal for the yearContd…(Rs. in lakhs)S. NoActivityPhysicalFinance8Provision of 2 sets of Uniform9Teaching Learning Equipment (TLE)28077.00010Teachers Salary5032511Training12Academic Support through Block Resource Centre/ URC41313Academic Support through Cluster Resource Centres408814Computer Aided Education in UPS under Innovation283515Teachers' Grant21168216School Grant5439817Research, Evaluation, Monitoring & Supervision
77 Contd…Proposal for the year(Rs. in lakhs)S. NoActivityPhysicalFinance18Maintenance Grant3713319Interventions for CWSN14110220Innovation Head up to Rs. 50 lakh per district21SMC/PRI Training63742022Civil Works Construction - Fresh23Management24STATE COMPONENT (MGT+ REM)25KGBV61Grand Total
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