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RMSA

Integrated Annual Work Plan & Budget 2013-14


(f o r RM S A , I CT@ S ch o o l , I EDS S , Gi r l s H o st el & V o c.Ed u cat i o n )

UTTAR PRADESH MADHYAMIK SHIKSHA ABHIYAN UTTAR PRADESH

Expansion of Secondary Education

7657920 Number of Students in Government, Recognized Aided & Un aided Recognized 8000000 6765661 Secondary Schools 7000000 School 1950-51 6000000

1960-61 757592

1970-71

1980-81

1990-91

2000-01

2010-11

2012-13* 7657920
Boys

5466293

Boys

359580

4956692 1851759 2752494 3614474 3749591 6765661

5000000 3614474

3749591

4000000 Girls 3000000

57825
417405
359580

154485
912077
757592

463977

695829

1145932 1572239 4956692 5466293


Girls
1572239 1145932

2752494 1851759

Total
2000000 1000000

2315736 3448323 4760406 5321830 11722353 13124213


463977 695829

57825

154485

0 1950-51 1960-61 1970-71 1980-81 1990-91 2000-01 2010-11 2012-13*

Expansion of Secondary Education


7657920 8000000 7000000 6000000
4956692 5466293

6765661

5000000 3614474 4000000 3000000 2000000 359580 1000000


57825 154485 463977 695829

3749591

Boys
Girls
1572239

2752494 757592 1851759


1145932

0 1950-51 1960-61 1970-71 1980-81 1990-91 2000-01 2010-11 2012-13*

Expansion of Secondary Education

Number of Government, Recognized Aided & Un aided Recognized Secondary Schools


School 1950-51 1960-61 1970-71 1980-81 1990-91 2000-01 2010-11 2012-13*

Boys
Girls Total

833
154 987

1489
282 1771

2834
581 3415

4420
758 5178

5113
886 5999

6958
1501 8459

14027
3617 17644

16033
4687 20720

Expansion of Secondary Education


7657920 8000000 7000000 6000000
4956692
5466293

6765661

5000000 3614474 4000000 3000000 2000000 359580 1000000


57825 463977 154485 695829

3749591

Boys Girls
1572239

2752494
757592 1851759
1145932

0 1950-51 1960-61 1970-71 1980-81 1990-91 2000-01 2010-11 2012-13*

Expansion of Secondary Education

Number of Teachers in Government, Recognized Aided & Un aided Recognized Secondary Schools
School 1950-51 1960-61 1970-71 1980-81 1990-91 2000-01 2010-11
2012-13*

Male
Female Total

15453
2774 18227

30222
5854 36076

64810
14836 79646

96117
19747 115864

106650
19522 126172

99367
24149 123516

189422
38567 227989

212500
45498 257998

Expansion of Secondary Education

Expansion of Secondary Education


Schools Boys Girls Total Government Private Aided 633 951 1584 3893 585 4748
Government , 1584, 7%

Private Unaided 11507 3151 14658

Total 16033 4687 20720

Private Aided , 4748, 23%


Private Unaided , 14658, 70%
Government Private Aided Private Unaided

RMSA
Progress All 1021 Newly sanctioned High Schools have made operational. Construction of 254 Schools sanctioned in 2009-10 is in final stage 196 Schools have been completed. Funds for furnishing of schools have been released with the suggestive list of specifications. Procurement is being done at district level.

RMSA
Progress (Continued..)
Construction of 318 Schools sanctioned in 2010-11 is going on. 27 Schools are at 90%, 72 Schools at 75%, 199 Schools at 50% and 3 schools have been completed. Construction of 883 Additional Classrooms, 81 Labs & Lab equipment, 138 Computer rooms, 279 Libraries, 85 Toilets, 334 Art/Craft room, 30 Drinking Water facility in schools sanctioned in 2010-11 and 2011-12. Funds for Construction of 449 Schools sanctioned during 2011-12 have been released to the districts. Government construction agencies are being selected by District Education Project Committee.

RMSA
Progress (Continued) Teacher Training : Training Module for Science Training and Math's training have been prepared by SCERT. Master trainers have been trained for science training by SCERT. 7760 Science teachers have been trained at district level Induction training for 4500 newly selected teachers have been completed.

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RMSA
Progress (Continued) Excursion Visit: Excursion tour have been organized at district level. Schools were selected on the basis of their performance in class 10th. 40 girls were selected for excursion trip. The places girls visited were : Historical places, Education Institute, Science & technology institutes, Planetarium etc. . Girls participated in Excursion visit.

RMSA
Status of Funds
Year Particular Approved by PAB 14983.71 GOI Share Release from GOI 11237.79

Rs in Lakhs
Balance

Non- Recurring 2009-10

11237.79

0.00

Recurring
Total Non- Recurring

509.26
15492.97 22468.87 4634.46 27103.33 32488.63 22359.51 54848.14 21982.24

381.94
11619.73 16851.65 3475.85 20327.50 24366.47 16769.63 41136.10 16486.68

95.14
11332.93 16851.00 1010.00 17861.00 18264.63 5838.63 5838.63 2919.62

286.8
286.8 0.65 2465.85 2466.50 6101.84 10931.00 35297.47 13567.06

2010-11

Recurring Total Non- Recurring

2011-12

Recurring Total

2012-13

Recurring

RMSA: Physical Proposals


Sl. Activities Definition of Physical proposal No. unit for 2013-14 Non-recurring 1 New Schools: 2 section schools No. of schools 1396 2 Civil Works of new school: 2 No. of school 1396 section school building 3 Strengthening of existing Government schools 3.01 Additional Classroom No. of ACR 236 3.02 Integrated Science Lab No. of schools 77 3.03 Lab equipments No. of schools 77 3.04 Computer Room No. of schools 449 3.05 Library No. of schools 89 3.06 Art and Craft room No. of schools 95 3.07 Toilet block No. of schools 320 3.08 Water facility No. of schools 295

RMSA: Physical Proposals (Continued)


Sl. No. Activities Definition of unit Physical proposal for 2013-14

4 Strengthening of existing Government aided schools 4.01 Additional Classroom No. of ACR 116 4.02 Integrated Science Lab No. of schools 72 4.03 4.04 4.05 4.06 4.07 4.08 Lab equipments Computer Room Library Art and Craft room Toilet block Water facility No. of schools No. of schools No. of schools No. of schools No. of schools No. of schools 72 96 68 114 335 336

RMSA: Physical Proposals (Continued)


Sl. No. Activities Definition of unit Physical proposal for 2013-14

Recurring 5 Staff for new school (2013-14) 5.01 Head Master No. of HM 1396 5.02 Subject teacher No. of teachers 6980 5.03 Lab Attendant No. of Lab Attendant 1396 5.04 Duftary No. of Duftary 1396 6 Staff for new schools sanctioned in previous years (2009-13) 6.01 Head Master 1 1021 6.02 Subject teacher 7 7147 6.03 Lab Attendant 1 1021 6.04 Duftary 2 2042

RMSA: Physical Proposals (Continued)


Sl. No. Activities Definition of unit Physical proposal for 2013-14 1584 4278 563 3607 3876 26932 10142 821 1081

7
7.01 7.02 8 8.01 8.02

9
9.01 9.02 9.03 9.04 9.05

School Grant School Grant (Gov. Schools) School Grant (Gov. Aided Schools) Minor Repair Minor Repair (Gov. Schools) Minor Repair (Gov. Aided Schools)* Teacher Training Training for head masters In-service training for existing teachers Training for new teachers Training of KRPs Training of Master Resource Persons

No of schools No of schools No of schools No of schools No of teachers No of teachers No of teachers No of KRPs No of MRPs

RMSA: Physical Proposals (Continued)


10 Quality Interventions Physical proposal for 2013-14 Excursion trip for students within the State No of students 72132 Study tours for students outside the State No of students 41091 Excursion trip for teachers within the State No of teachers 6449 Study tour for teachers outside the State No of teachers 3965 Science exhibition at district level No of districts 75 Book fair at district level No of districts 75 Guidance and Counseling : Sensitization of No of Principals 2059 Principals Equity Interventions: Girls oriented No of schools 153 activities Training of SDMC members No of members 26290 MMER ( Monitoring Activities, Seminar & No of districts 75 & SPO Work Shop, Staff Training, Staff Salary, MIS & SPO
Cell, SPO MMER

Definition

10.01 10.02 10.03 10.04 10.05 10.06 11 12 13 14

RMSA: Financial Proposal


Rs. In Lakh

RMSA: Proposal 2013-14


188534.69
200000 180000 160000 140000 120000 100000 80000 60000 40000 20000 0

98520.01
90014.68

Non-recurring Recurring Total

Construction and running of Girls Hostel


There are 680 EBBs in U.P. out of the total 3451 Educationally Backward Blocks identified by Government of India (accounts for about 20 % of the country). 144 Girls Hostel have been sanctioned by Govt. of India in 201011. The Map on design of the Hostel has been prepared by PWD. The process of standardization of building is going on. Funds for construction of 42 girls hostel have been released by Govt. of India. In 2013-14 there is a proposal for Construction and running of 340 Girls Hostel (196 new and 144 sanctioned in 2010-11). The proposal is for recurring and non-recurring heads for new 196 hostels proposed and recurring heads for 144 schools sanctioned in 2010-11.

Construction and running of Girls Hostel: Physical Proposals


Sl. No. A 1 Activities Non-Recurring grant Construction of building including two room accommodation for warden Boundary Wall Boring Hand pump Electricity Furniture and equipment including kitchen equipment and bedding Subtotal non-recurring Physical proposal for 2013-14 (Hostels) 196

2 3 4 5

196 196 196 196


196

Construction and running of Girls Hostel: Physical Proposals (Continued)


Sl. Activities Physical proposal for No. 2013-14 (Hostels) B Recurring grant (As per the guidelines of the Scheme) 6 Fooding/lodging expenditure 340 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Honorarium of warden Chowkidar 1 Head Cook and 2 Assistant Cook Electricity / Water Maintenance Medical care Toiletries and sanitation Newspaper / Magazines and sports Miscellaneous MMER 340 340 340 340 340 340 340 340 340

Construction and running of Girls Hostel: Financial Proposals


Rs. In Lakh

Girls Hostel: Proposal 2013-14

26942.16
31497.67 Non-recurring Recurring Total

4555.51

ICT @ School
Coverage:
4000 Government/ Government aided schools are covered through BOOT model. Phase Year Implementing Agency Number of Schools allotted
1 1 Total 2 2010-11 T.C.I.L. ,New Delhi Grand Total 2009-10 2009-10 Educomp Solutions Ltd, New Delhi Everonn Education Ltd, Chennai 1401 1099 2500 1500 4000

ICT @ School
Coverage (Continued) The operation of scheme is under process in 1608 schools sanctioned by GOI. Fund has been approved by Government of India for opening of 5 smart schools. Operationalization of smart schools are under process. The remaining Schools will be covered next year.

ICT @ School

Type of School

Secondary school Higher Secondary school Total

Balance (Will be covered next year) Govt Govt Total Govt Govt Total Govt Govt Total aided aided aided 1021 1035 2056 572 1009 1581 449 26 475 563 3713 4276 563 3464 4027 0 249 210

Nature and number of school

Schools covered under ICT

1584 4748 6332 1135 4473

5608

449

275

685

ICT @ School
Physical Progress 10 Computers in each 4000 School (Government and Government aided) covered under ICT @ School has been installed- (Total installation 40000 computers). The ICT needs are addressed through a comprehensive computer education scheme which includes one server, 9 nodes, 10 UPS, , 5 KVA genset, one dot-matrix printer, one wire/wireless broadband internet facility and one qualified computer instructor per school. The-content of difficult points of various subjects marked by U.P. Board (U.P. Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad) have been prepared by agencies according to the syllabus of U.P. Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad of class 9-12.

ICT @ School
Physical Progress (condt..)

After re-verification of e-content by U.P. Madhyamik Shiksha


Parishad, the computer and computer aided education is being given in schools. In this way under the program after approving the syllabus of class 6-8 by Basic Shiksha Parishad and the syllabus of class 9 to 12 by Madyamik Shiksha Parishad the computer and computer aided education has been included in the decided time table of the schools.

ICT @ School
Number of Schools covered under ICT 4000

School ICT Infrastructure Total No. of No. of Computer No. of Computer Computer in Working Teacher in installed Condition Position
40000 40000 4000
(1in each School) (10 in each School) (10 in each School)

Students Coverage

No. of Schools having ICT@ school (Boot Model) Secondary


617

No. of Students benefited from ICT@ school Secondary


248560

Higher Secondary 3383

Total
4000

Higher Secondary 1926452

Total
2175012

ICT @ School

ICT @ School
ICT-Recruitment Status of Teaching Staff : Contract Teachers Sanctioned Progress 4000 4000

Training Status under ICT--2012-13 In-service Training of ICT Teachers Induction Training of ICT Teachers

Approved No.

Completed Inservice Training


26987

No. of newly recruited Teachers


0

Completed Induction Training


4000

27522

ICT @ School

ICT @ School
Third Party Evaluation of ICT scheme going on in 50% schools of 4000 total schools covered under the scheme. Microsoft inventive workshop for ICT @ School Project was conducted by Microsoft Corporation India Pvt. Ltd to train1401 Computer teachers under the above program by Educomp Solutions Ltd. A MOU has been signed with Intel for training of Government Teachers working in ICT facilitated Schools. State Government trying to develop IVRS based daily monitoring system & template on web based reporting framework for monitoring of Computer system & peripherals in selected schools under ICT scheme.

ICT @ School
Microsoft Inventive workshop in Lucknow

ICT@ School

ICT @ School: Physical Proposals


Sl. No. 1 Activities Definition of unit Physical proposal for 2013-14 4000

2.01 3
3.01 3.02 3.03 4 4.01

Non-Recurring: BOOT model No of schools (Hardware and Software including furniture) Recurring Refresher training for teachers for 5 days BOOT model No. of teachers Salary of Computer Teacher (New sanction) Secondary School No. of teachers Senior Secondary School No. of teachers Under SMART school No. of teachers Sub Total Salary of Computer Teacher Sanctioned in previous years BOOT model No. of teachers

27500
954 654 5 1613 4000

ICT @ School: Physical Proposals (Continued)


Sl. No. 5 5.01 5.02 5.03 5.04 Definition of Physical proposal unit for 2013-14 Other Recurring Components for fresh coverage BOOT model No of schools 1608 MMER No of schools 1608 Under SMART school No of schools 5 MMER No of schools 5 Sub Total No of schools 1613 6 Other Recurring Components for schools covered in previous years 6.01 BOOT model No of schools 4000 6.02 MMER No of schools 4000 Sub Total No of schools 4000 TOTAL Recurring No of schools 5613 TOTAL ( Non-recurring + recurring) No of schools 5613 Activities

ICT @ School: Financial Proposals

Rs. In Lakh

Phase First phase (2500) Second Phase (1500) Third Phase (1608)

Non-recurring Recurring 1750 1995 3350 4050 3769.2

Total 5100 6045 3769.2

Smart School (05)


Total 3745

12.50
11181.7

12.50
14926.7

ICT @ School: Financial Proposal


Rs. In Lakh

ICT: Non-recurring and recurring proposal 1314


14926.7
16000
14000 12000 10000 8000 6000 4000 2000 0

11181.7 Non-recurring Recurring Total

3745

Non-recurring

Recurring

Total

Vocationalisation of Higher Secondary Education

In the year 1989-90 a centrally sponsored scheme (under the national education policy, 1986) for vocational education was introduced in Uttar Pradesh. This scheme was in accordance with the program-of-action under the policy. Funding from centre was withdrawn in 2003-04. Since then State government has taken care of all operationalization of scheme. The Scheme is being run by Directorate of Secondary Education Presently 892 schools (163 Government and 729 private aided secondary schools) are imparting Vocational Education.

Vocationalisation of Higher Secondary Education

Details of Enrolment and Pass Percentage of last 5 years Sl. No Year Enrolment Pass Percentage

1
2 3

2007-08
2008-09 2009-10

71120
72325 73215

78.36
85.07 85.07

4
5 6

2010-11
2011-12 2012-13

73310
73920 115829

87.59
95.52

Vocationalisation of Higher Secondary Education


Revised Centrally Sponsored Scheme of vocationalisation of higher secondary education
In 2012-13 GOI sanctioned vocational education in 100 Government Secondary Schools. In 2013-14 there is a proposal for 100 new Government Secondary Schools and 100 sanctioned last year. The proposal for 100 new schools includes recurring and nonrecurring and for 100 schools sanctioned last includes only recurring heads.

Vocationalisation of Higher Secondary Education


Selection In the first phase Government Secondary Schools have been of selected. Schools Districts have selected Schools on the basis of: Schools located in urban areas/block headquarters for effective monitoring Schools having adequate building/work shade for practical work and project work. Proximity to industry/potential employer. Co-ed institutions and girls colleges have also been selected to ensure equal opportunity of access for girls.

Vocationalisation of Higher Secondary Education


100 Government Secondary Schools sanctioned in 2012-13. 100 Government Secondary Schools proposed in 2013-14 Total 200 Government Secondary Schools are proposed.
Class 8th passed students. At least 25 students in every class viz class 9th to 12th 100 (students) 04 (sections)

Number of Schools proposed

Target group Number of students in every trade Number of students and Sections in every school

Vocationalisation of Higher Secondary Education


Selection Trades have been given by N.S.D.C. under sector 21. Among of trades them five trades Automobile, Retail, Security Mobile repairing and Hospitality are proposed. Proposed trades have been identified on the basis of earlier experiences, discussion with school principals, experts from the industry. Studies on vocational education at secondary were also consulted while deciding trades. New trades have been proposed which were not included in the earlier list.

Number Two trades in every school. of trades Every school has been given option to select two trades. Every student of selected school will opt one trade as optional subject.

Vocationalisation of Higher Secondary Education

Curriculum and Text books

U.P Secondary Education Board has prepared the curriculum for the selected 5 trades. Selection of Text books for the trades will be done from various sources by U.P Secondary Education Board. List of trade wise selected books and selected Authors will be made available to the selected schools. 06 subjects are opted by a student at High School level one additional trade subject will be taught as an optional subject. The optional subject will be examined by Secondary Education Board and grading will be awarded on the basis of obtained marks.

Selection of Subjects

Vocationalisation of Higher Secondary Education


Evaluation Continuous evaluation system as prescribed in Secondary Education Board in Class IX-X will continue in Vocational Education trade. 30 marks for internal evaluation, 70 for Board Examination. For internal evaluation, at the school level after every two months (first monthly test in the last week of August, second test in the last week of October and third test in the last week of December) will be held. On the basis of written examination of one paper carrying 70 marks and three internal tests of 30 marks will be held.

Vocationalisation of Higher Secondary Education


Practical tests 15 marks (3 tests of 5 marks each) and project work 15 marks (3 projects of 5 marks each) will be taken. In every monthly test one practical and one project will be evaluated. At the Intermediate level the system of examination results and evaluation will be the same as it is for vocational group. General Hindi : Optional subject, general based subject, trade (equal to two subjects) One Vocational Coordinator (Regular) and two guest subject experts (on honorarium) per school and per trade wise will be employed. Selection will be through advertisement.

Evaluation
(Continued)

Teachers

Vocationalisation of Higher Secondary Education


Qualification U.P Secondary Education Board has prepared the trade wise of Teachers qualification criteria for the guest subject experts and the same is in the process of approval. Teachers training Training, module is being prepared by Pt. Sundar Lal Sharma Central Vocational Education Institute, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. There is a proposal for training programme through Pt. Sundar Lal Sharma Central Vocational Education Institute, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh for 1- Head masters, 1Vocational Coordinator (Regular) and 2- Guest faculty of the 100 Government schools (400 teachers/Guest Faculty) sanctioned in 2012-13. Certificate will be awarded by Secondary Education Board.

Certificate

Vocationalisation of Higher Secondary Education


Coordination Excursion/study tour/field visits to local industrial and exposure centres/factories/hotels/Government organisations for visits practical understanding like machineries used, storage places of raw materials, various processes through which the raw material passes, the final product produced while making such observations the students be explained the working of each section/unit. It will be quite useful and

will benefit the students and enrich their experiences


about working of industries. There is a proposal from State MMER

Vocationalisation of Higher Secondary Education


Coordination and exposure visits (Continued) Students who pass Class XII from selected trades, cooperation from Labour, Technical Education, Tourism, I.T. and Agriculture etc. department will be taken. At the same time private industries located in the district will be contacted for placement. At State Level - Vocational Education Cell is already formed. At Divisional Level- Joint Directors/Deputy Directors. At District Level DIOS. M.B.A. Consultant will be invited. At Institution Level - Monitoring will be made by the Principal and the Trade Instructor, cooperation from I.C.T. Instructor will be sought.

Monitoring

Vocationalisation of Higher Secondary Education


Vocational Education There is a Cell at the Directorate of Cell Secondary Education for Vocational Education. The Cell has 1- Additional Director (Vocational Education), 1- Deputy Director (Vocational Education), 1- Steno, 04 Office Assistant and 02 Peons. All the posts are filled. There is a proposal for strengthening of the Cell from the State MMER.

Vocationalisation of Higher Secondary Education: Physical Proposals


Sl. No 1 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 Head Physical proposal for 2013-14 (Schools) 100 100 100 100 100 100

New Vocational school Tools, Equipments and furniture Computers Diesel generator set Office Expenses and Furniture Contingency Total non-Recurring

Vocationalisation of Higher Secondary Education: Physical Proposals (Continued)


Sl. No 2 2.01 2.02 3 3.01 3.02 Head Physical proposal for 2013-14 (Schools) 100 100 100 100

Staff for New vocational school: Recurring Salary for Vocational Coordinator (Regular) Honorarium for Guest faculty Recurring support to new school Raw material grant for new school per course Books, Software, Educational CDs, etc. for new school

3.03 Seed money for running of production cum training centres (PTCs) for new schools
3.04 Minor Repairing and furnishing 3.05 Office expenses / contingencies for new school

100
100 100

Vocationalisation of Higher Secondary Education: Physical Proposals (Continued)


Sl. No 4 4.01 4.02 5 5.01 5.02 Physical proposal for 2013-14 (Schools) Staff for New vocational school sanctioned in in 2012-13 Salary for Vocational Coordinator (Regular) 100 Honorarium for Guest faculty 100 Recurring support to existing schools sanctioned in 2012-13 Raw material grant for new school per course 100 Books, Software, Educational CDs, etc. for new school 100 Head

5.03 Seed money for running of production cum training centres (PTCs) for new schools
5.04 Minor Repairing and furnishing 5.05 Office expenses / contingencies for new school

100
100 100

Vocationalisation of Higher Secondary Education: Financial Proposals


Rs. In Lakh

Vocational Education: Non-recurring and recurring proposal 2013-14


3417
3500 3000 2500 2000 1500 1000

2417

1000

Non-recurring Recurring Total

500
0

Non-recurring

Recurring

Total

Integrated Education of the Disabled at Secondary Stage (IEDSS)

Sl. No.

Activities

Definition of unit

Physical proposal for 2013-14 75


40 40 40

Non-recurring

1
2 3

Resource Room
Equipment for resource room Other activity 3.01 ICT Resources & Maintenance 3.02 Audio Video Teaching Aids

District
District District District

Integrated Education of the Disabled at Secondary Stage (IEDSS)


Sl. No. Activities Definition Physical of unit proposal for 2013-14 Teacher Teacher District Teacher District District 5280 120 75 120 75 75

4 5 6 7 8 9

Recurring Salary of New Special education teachers Special pay for general teachers trained in special education Student oriented Activities including assistance and equipments In-service training for existing teachers Orientation of Principals, Educational administrators, parents / guardians etc. Environment Building programme

Integrated Education of the Disabled at Secondary Stage (IEDSS)

Sl. No. 10 10.01 10.02 10.03 10.04 10.05 10.06 10.07 10.08

Activities

Definition of unit

Physical proposal for 2013-14 44567 44567 44567 18124 5280 4837 5279 2225

Other Activities Medical assessment Books & stationary Uniform Stipend for girls Special pay for special teachers Readers Allowance Teaching Materials Salary for helper

Children Children Children Girls Teacher Children Helper

Integrated Education of the Disabled at Secondary Stage (IEDSS)


Rs. In Lakh

IEDSS: Non-recurring and recurring proposal 2013-14


17181.78
18000 16000 14000 12000 10000 8000 6000 4000 2000 0

17449.78

Non-recurring Recurring Total


268

Non-recurring

Recurring

Total

Cumulative Financial Proposals for 2013-14


Scheme Fresh Proposal for 2013-14
NonRecurring 90014.68 26942.16 3745.00 268.00 Recurring 98520.01 4555.51 11181.70 17181.78 Total 188534.69 31497.67 14926.70 17449.78 94267.345 28347.903 11195.02 17449.78 GOI Share State Share 94267.345 3149.767 3731.68 0.00

RMSA Construction and running of Girls Hostel ICT@ School Integrated Education of the Disabled at Secondary Stage (IEDSS) Vocationalisation of Higher Secondary Education Total

1000.00

2417.00

3417.00

3313.00

104.00

121969.84

133856.00

255825.84 154573.048 101252.792

Cumulative Financial Proposals for 2013-14


Rs. In Lakh Vocationalisati on of Higher Secondary Education 3417 1%

ICT@ School 14926.7 6%

IEDSS 17449.78 7%

Proposed Integrated AWP & B 2013-14


RMSA Construction and running of Girls Hostel

Construction and running of Girls Hostel 31497.67 12%

ICT@ School

RMSA 188534.69 74%

IEDSS

Issues
The Funding pattern for RMSA in the 12th Plan to be on 75:25 basis (GOI- 75 % : States-25 %). Delays in fund releases is affecting timely achievement of targets and effective planning. There are 4748 aided secondary Schools which accounts for 75 % of the total number of 6332 Government and aided schools in the State. No infrastructural support provided by GOI till now. There is a urgent need for the support to these schools for extension in coverage and quality.

Issues (condt..)

GOI to organise capacity building/visioning/orientation programmes/ exposure visits/dissemination of success stories for better planning and implementation of the Schemes. The Manual for Financial Management and Procurement for RMSA to be translated in Hindi for the Hindi Speaking States. GOI to frame Financial Management and Procurement Manual for Model School and Construction and running of Girls Hostel and make available to States- both in English and Hindi.

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