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National means-cum-Merit Scholarship (NMMS): The candidates applying for NMMS scholarship must be studying in class VIII in any Government , Govt. Aided or local body schools securing at least 55% ( relaxable by 5% for Reserved category candidates ) in class VII annual examination or its equivalent. His / Her parental income from all sources must not be exceeded Rs, 150,000/- per annum. Selected candidates will received scholarship of Rs. 500/- per month for a period of four years i.e. from class IX to Class XII subject to their satisfactory progress and continuance in institution of eligible category. The examination is being conducted through SERT, Bhubaneswar by NCERT, New Delhi.

-4There are 3314 scholarships every year for the qualifying candidates of 30 districts of Odisha. NRTS ­ NATIONAL RURAL TALENT SCHOLARSHIP : National Rural Talent Scholarship (NRTS) are being awarded to students of Rural area by the Director, Secondary Education, Odisha on the basis of selection made among the students who have appeared at the Middle School Scholarship (MSS) examination conducted by Board of Secondary Education, Odisha, Cuttack The selection of students is being made block-wise on the basis of results of Middle School Scholarship (MSS) examination conducted by Board of Secondary Education, Odisha.

P.I.O. :-

Sri Niranjan Sahoo, O.E.S.-II P.I.O. & Administrative-cum-Accounts Officer, Office of the Inspector of Schools, Dhenkanal Education Circle, Dhenkanal Off. Tel.No. ­ 06762 -0224451

Grievance :- Sri Ranjan Kumar Giri, O.E.S.-I Inspector of Schools, Dhenkanal Education Circle, Dhenkanal

Off. Tel.No. ­ 06762 -0224451 Date of Grievance :- 4th Wednesday of every month for Angul Revenue District. Place :Angul High School

Inspector of Schools, Dhenkanal Education Circle, Dhenkanal A District Level SSA committee has been constituted taking the following members. 1. Collector-Cum-Chairman, SSA, Angul 2. Sj. Sanjeeb Kumar. Sahoo, Hon'ble Minister, Commerce & Transport, Orissa,Bhubaneswar. 3. Sj. Rabi Narayan Pani, Hon'ble Chief Whip, Govt of Orissa, Bhubaneswar. 4. Sj. Tathagata Satapathy, Hon'ble M.P, Dhenkanal. 5. Sj. Amarnath Pradhan, Hon'ble M.P, Sambalpur. 6. Sj. Rajanikanta Singh, Hon'ble M.L.A, Angul. 7. Sj. Brajakishore Pradhan, Hon'ble M.L.A, Talcher. 8. Sj. Khageswar Behera, Hon'ble M.L.A, Chhendipada. 9. Sj. Priyadarshi Pattanaik, Chairman, Panchayat Samiti, Angul. 10. C.I of Schools, Dhenkanal Circle, Dhenkanal. 11. District Project Coordinator, SSA, Angul, member Convener 12. District Welfare Officer, Angul. 13. District Social Welfare Officer, Angul. 14. H. M, S.T School, Chhendipada. 15. All D.Is ­cum Addl. D.P.Cs, Angul District. 16. All BRCCs of Angul district.

17. SriTapan Ku. Dehury, CRCC, Chhendipada. 18. Smt.Rajashree Satapathy, Asst. Teacher, Sankhapur PUPS, Teacher Representative. 19. Sri Subash Ch.Tripathy, HM, Bentapur N UPS, Teacher Representative. 20. Smt Manju Mohapatra, Lecturer, Susuda, Angul, Women Activist. 21. Smt Krishna Mohanty, Secy., Baji Rout Chhatrabas. 22. Sri Sivaram Mishra, Secy., Utkal Nava Jeevan Mandal, Angul, NGO Representative. 23. All Intervention Heads of DPO, SSA, Angul. District Level Purchase committee members for Computer Aided Learning (CAL) Programme 1. CollectorCumChairman, SSA, Angul 2. Project Director, DRDA, Angul 3. District Project Coordinator, SSA, Angul 4. Executive Engineer, RWSS, Angul 5. Executive Engineer, CESU, Angul 6. General Manager, DIC, Angul 7. DIO, NIC, Angul 8. MIS Programmer, SSA, Angul 9. Financial Consultant, SSA, Angul 10. Senior Technical Consultant, SSA, Angul Chairman Member Convennor Member Member Member Member Member Member Member

Implementing Structure of SSA Collector-Cum-Chairman

District Project Coordinator

D. I. of Schools-Cum- Addl.

Block Resource Centre

S.I.S-Cum-Addl. BRCC

Cluster Resource Centre

School H.M./VEC


Total geographical area % of Total State Area Sub Divisions No of Tahasils Blocks Gram Panchayat No of Wards NAC Municipality Towns (including Census towns) Villages No of Habitations Total forest area % of forest area Population (As per 2001 Census) Male Female Rural

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6375 Sq. kms 4.09% 04 05 08 212 56 01 02 09 1933 3043 2716.82 Sq. km 43% 11,39,341 5,86,903 5,869,03 1007747

Urban Sex Ratio Density of Population(Per Sq. Km) Decadal growth rate % of ST Population % of SC Population % of Literacy rate % of Female Literacy rate % of Male Literacy rate % of ST Literacy rate % of SC Literacy rate Dominant Population Group IMR Block Resource Centre Cluster Resource Centre

: : : : : : : : : : : : : : :

131594 941:1000 179 18.55 12.74 17.02 68.79 55.37 81.43 45.35 56.99 Kandha, Bhuyan, Gand, Kolha Tribe 74 08 136 DISTRICT PROFILE

State Name Block NAC Primary

Orissa 08 01 Total Habitation School less habitation Govt. Schools

District Name Cluster MPL 3043 179 910

Angul 136 02 Upper Primary

Year GP Villages Transition Rate School less habitation Govt. Schools

2010-11 212 1933 89.64 44 590

Building less Govt. Aided Schools Working Teachers Govt. Teachers Para Teacher/ SSS Aided Teachers Total Child Population Total Enrolment (All) Govt. +Govt. Aided Total Enrolment Total Girls Enrolment Total Boys Enrolment SC Boys Enrolment SC Girls Enrolment ST Boys Enrolment ST Girls Enrolment Out of School Children Children with special needs

0 01 3850 2426 1424 11 131255 127194 110264 53533 56731 12931 12237 12361 12118 4061 2662 Govt. +Govt. Aided

Building less Govt. Aided Schools Working Teachers Govt. Teachers Para Teacher/ SSS Aided Teachers Total Child Population Total Enrolment (All) Total Enrolment Total Girls Enrolment Total Boys Enrolment SC Boys Enrolment SC Girls Enrolment ST Boys Enrolment ST Girls Enrolment Out of School Children Children with special needs

0 31 2252 1168 1084 46 60110 57472 66086 34195 31891 7017 6607 5141 7398 2643 1774


This chapter presents the educational scenario of Elementary Education of Angul District. Especially, it gives the information regarding Educational Administration in the District, Educational facilities at different level i.e. pre-schooling (Anganwadi, Balbadi) Primary Schools, teachers in position & Training Institutes etc. It also highlights the problems & issues in Elementary Education of the District basing on the diagnosis and analysis of the prevailing educational status of the district. BASIC INDICATORS Administrative structure of supervising officials 01. No. of Circle Inspector of Schools both for Angul and : 01

Dhenkanal a. No. of District Inspector of Schools(Angul, Athamallik, : 04

Pallahara & Talcher) b. c. d. e. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10. No. of Sub-Inspector of Schools No. of BRCCs No of BRPs No. of CRCCs Block Development Officer No. of Primary Schools No. of Upper Primary Schools No. of TRW Schools No. of NCLP Schools Total Enrolment in Formal Schools Total no. of Teachers managed by Education Deptt. No of Shiksha Sahayak No of Gana Shikshak : : : : : : : : : : : : : 29 08 06 136 08 986 654 45 40 205830 3594 1994 525

11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Total no. of teachers in Schools managed by TRW Total no. of teachers in Private Aided Schools Total no. of teachers in Private Unaided Schools No. of Anganwadi Centres

: : : :

130 430 1599 1402 02

No. of Secondary Training Schools (Secondary Training : School, Chhendipada & Secondary Training School, Kishorenagar) No. of General Colleges No of Technical Schools (ITI) : :

16. 17.

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CENTRALLY SPONSORED SCHEME: · SARVA SHIKSHA ABHIYAN (SSA): Though in the Constitution of India, it was proposed to achieve the Universalisation of free & compulsory primary education within a period of 10 years from the articulation of the constitution, the goal was neither achieved nor was any Act to that effect passed within the five decades already passed off. Recently Govt. of India has accepted to introduce the compulsory free primary education all over the country & the goal is to achieve by 2010. Introduction of such new ideology is named as "Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan". This is an extensive scheme, covering the entire country subsuming within itself all other major Governmental Educational Interventions. i.e. DPEP, OPB, Lok Jumbish etc. This Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan is a comprehensive & integrated passive programme of Govt. to attain Universal Elementary Education in the country in a mission mode, which aims to provide useful & relevant education to all children in the 6-14 age groups by 2010. Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan is an attempt to provide human capabilities to all children through provision of community owned quality education in a mission mode. Therefore, SSA focuses on the following: A programme with a clear time frame for universal elementary education. A response to the demand for quality basic education all over the country. An opportunity for promoting social justice through basic education. An effort at effectively involving the Panchayati Raj Institutions, School Management Committees, village and Urban Slum Level Education Committees,

Parents' Teachers' Associations, Mother Teacher Associations, Tribal Autonomous Councils and other grass roots level structures in the management of elementary schools. An expression of political will for universal elementary education across the country. A partnership between the Central, State and Local government. An opportunity for State to develop their own vision of elementary education. AIMS AND OBJECTIVES OF SSA The Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan is to provide useful and relevant elementary education for all children in the age group of 6 to 14 by 2010. There is also another goal to bridge social, regional and gender gaps, with the active participation of the community in the management of schools. Following are the main objectives of SSA. All children in school, Education Guarantee Centre, Alternate School, `Back- camp by 2003. All children complete five years of primary schooling by 2007. All children complete eight years of elementary schooling by 2010. Focus on elementary education of satisfactory quality with emphasis on education for life. Bridge all gender and social category gaps at primary stage by 2007 and at elementary education level by 2010. Universal Retention by 2010.

NATIONAL PROGRAMME FOR EDUCATION OF GIRLS AT ELEMENTARY LEVEL (NPEGEL): The National Programme for Education of Girls at Elementary level is a sub-plan of SSA, which has been formulated for education of under privileged and disadvantaged girls as a separate and distinct gender component plan,. to achieve UEE for girls. The NPEGEL programme is now functioning in 2 educationally backward block of Angul district namely Pallahara and Kishorenagar & 1 urban slum of Talcher MPL as per approval of PAB for the year 2004-05. Block wise average rural female literacy rate, gender literacy gap and % of SC/ST population as per 2001 are given below: KASTURBA BALIKA VIDYALAYA (KGBV) GANDHI

Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya is a premier scheme, which envisages being enrolled dropout girls of educationally backward blocks in residential schools. KGBV is functioning in two backward blocks namely Kishorenagar & Pallahara in existing upper primary schools (Model III). A total nos. of 198 dropout girls has been enrolled in 2009-10.

DISTRICT INSTITUTE OF EDUCATIONAL TRAINING (DIET): As a DIET is not available in the district for SSA, Angul, the district personnel depend upon the DIET, Dhenkanal for all sorts of pedagogical activities. Activities conducted in convergence with DIET, Dhenkanal are: Training of BRCC & CRCCs Training of DRG members in various modules prepared at State Level for facilitating training programme at district level/ block level. Preparation of question papers for common annual examination for Class I & IV. Resource support from personnel DIET in various orientation and programme on pedagogy at district level.

CONSTRAINT: Problem in getting immediate & continuous technical support as per need in conduct of innovation activity in pedagogy i.e. developing module, hearing materials, support materials and research activity. Difficulty in conduct of quality training programme for new recruiters like SSS & Education volunteers, which would have been possible in the availability of a DIET, where the trainees could have directly trained to strength their skill. Lack of resource support in ensuring monitoring & follow up activities which could have been extended by DIET to attain classroom situation improvement & learning improvement of children.

SUGGESTION: Establishment of DIET is highly essential for the district and the ever-expanding work in the direction of quality enhancement that has been taken up in recent days in the fields of monitoring & supervision, research & innovation.

Functions of SSA. Preparatory activities for micro planning, household surveys, studies, community mobilization. School based activities, training and orientation at all level. Opening of new primary school and alternative. Schooling facilities like AID centre. Opening of upper primary school. Construction of additional class rooms and other facilities. Provision of free text books. Repair & maintenance of school building. Teaching learning equipments for primary schools on up gradation of EGS to regulars school or setting up of new P.S. TLE for Upper Primary Schools. Provision of school improvement grant. Provision of teachers grant. Teachers training. Opening of SIEMAT. Training of community leaders. Provision for differently abled children. Innovative activity for girls education, early childhood care & education. Interventions for children belonging to SC/ST community. Setting up BRCs/CRCs. Interventions for out of school children. Opening of New PS and alternative schooling facilities like EGS/AIE centre. Opening of New UPS. Construction of building for New PS & New UPS.

Construction of Additional Class Room , Girls Toilet and provision other facilities like drinking water etc. Provision of free text book for all school going children. Provision for repair & maintenance of school building. Provision of TLE for NPS & NUPS. Provision of RAMPs for CWSN children. apply of school uniform to all school going girls children. Special provisions for children belonging to SC/ST community under SC/ST education intervention. Introduction of learning enhancement programmes for impressing the learning level of the students. Starting of DISE, CTS and Web Portal under MIS intervention.

Powers and duties of officers and employees. Different powers have been delegated to the following officers to perform different functions. Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Name of the Staff Sri Sudarshan Parida, OAS (JB) Manas Ranjan Pradhan Md.Failsuf Javed Priyadarshini Pujapanda Puspalata Routray Rajesh Prasad Dash Aswini Ku.Behera Designation DPC, SSA, Angul Sr. TC Financial Consultant Programmer Coordinator,Pedagogy Coordinator,IED Planning Coordinator & I/C Girls Education

Duties & Power At District Level the SSA is headed by the Collector cum Chairman, SSA.Dhenkanal The District Project co-ordinator is in direct charge of district project office, who keeps co-ordination with different departments, interventions & implements SSA.

Being the head of civil work of DPO, Sr. TC Keeps all the relevant records on civil work & interacts with the Technical Consultants of each block, renders technical expertise to VEC & supervises civil works

Being the head of finance unit of DPO, the FC ensures proper maintenance of financial records on different schemes submits the reports to SPO & acts as advisor to DPC/Chairman on financial matter.

As the head of Management Information System of DPO the programmer, keeps account of information of the software i.e DISE (District Information System for Education), LATs (Learning Achievement Tracking System), CTS (Child Tracking System) from child census 2005 etc. Being the intervention head for planning, the planning co-ordindinator prepares the district level Annual Work Plan & Budget and opening & management of EGS & AIE centers for the children of age group 6-14 years.

Being the head of Girl Education, the Girls Education co-ordinator promotes girls education, ensures proper functioning of ECCE centres, mobilizes the community on SSA activities, promotes KGBV (Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya) & promotes proper functioning of NPEGEL.

Being the head of IED & Media intervention, the IED & Media co-ordinator promotes mainstreaming of differently abled children in general schools, provision of aids & appliances, mobilizes the community for awareness through different training programmes.

Being the head of Pedagogy section, the Pedagogy co-ordinator works for pedagogical development of schools & gives academic support to teachers by organizing teacher training programmes, ensures the distribution of NT books & different grants provided to schools & teachers.

Decision Making Procedure The District Project co-ordinator (DPC) is the executive officer of Sarva Siksha Abhiyan, Dhenkanal. The officers appointed under different interventions of SSA project are working under his guidance & the supervision. Any body requiring any information shall apply to DPC-cum-PIO in proper procedure as per RTI rules. The PIO or any other officer authorized by him, after being satisfied by the identity of the applicant shall furnish the acknowledgement and intimate the applicant the cost for providing information. Accordingly the applicant will have to deposit the fee with in 15 days. Failing of which, the application will stand rejected. For facilities receipt of any application, Sri Dibakar Mishra has been earmarked to receive & give acknowledgement and forward it to APIO or PIO. Norms for Discharge of function Generally a district level Annual Work Plan & Budget is being prepared every year basing on the educational requirement at grass root level. The AWP&B is being sent to OPEPA for scrutiny for obtaining approval of PAB. Accordingly different activities are being implemented with the assistances of the intervention heads & BRCCs.

Categories of Documents Held In SSA Office, the following categories of documents are maintained (1) Cash Book (2) Ledgers

(3) Journal (4) Cash records for civil works

(5) Measurement books (6) Allotment registers. (7) List of school Any other documents relevant for implementation of SSA activities like files for all interventions. Arrangements have been made by way of appointment of PIO & APIO for supply of information to the applicant in accordance with the RTI rules. Particulars of Arrangement exists for consultation for Formulation & Implementation of SSA.

LINKAGES & CONVERGENCE CONVERGENCE WITH OTHER DEPARTMENT: Aims & objective of SSA covers from preschool to 7 Years of education i.e from 3 to 14 Years. To achieve the target District Project Office in the district has to convergence with other departments like DIET, DI of School, SI of Schools, PD DRDA, DWO, DSWO, BDO, ICDS etc. The detail purpose of linkage is narrated below with pictorial presentation. Departments with which convergence are made Executive Engineer, Supply of drinking water facility RWSS Executive Engineer, PWD DSWO NGO ­ ABCD DRDA, Zilla Parishad, DI of School, District project office NALCO, MCL, NTPC, Panchayati Raj To reduce drop out, attract more children to school Community Awareness Campaign To reduce the single teacher school Infrastructure development of Schools Infrastructure development of Schools



Supply of MDM Capacity building of VEC Appointment of SS

Additional Class Room

Institution Free Supply of Aids and Appliances Education for Disabled ALIMCO, Bhubaneswar DWO, DSWO aid and appliances to the Children with special needs. Mainstreaming the children with special need to formal education. Providing facilities for creating the Early Child Care Education DSWO/ICDS/DWO readiness for school among the children. Management Information System NIC, DI of Schools, District Statistical Office /STPI SCERT/SIEMAT/DIET Research and Evaluation /CI of Schools/ DI of Schools / BDO / DSO/ NIC Generating different databases for providing support to the management of the project and helping decision making Finding the hard spots e.g. increase in out of school children, decrease in enrolment, selection of model cluster schools and above all improving the quality of elementary education. Impact assessment of SSA activities & finding loop holes in implementation of thee scheme Pedagogical improvement

Action Research

B.ed College, DIET Dhenkanal DIET/SCERT Different Print &

Teachers Training

Community mobilization

Electronic Media/VEC/PRI Members

Creating awareness on UEE among the mass through different media

To strength the school teacher, student Computer Aided Education Aptech, NIC, AIFT and VEC of concern school for quality improvement of education. VEC,BDO, Zilla Civil Works Parishad, Executive Engineer, PWD & RWSS Construction of new School building, additional Classroom, BRC,CRC, Repair & Maintenance of the existing building.

Mainstreaming the children with special Integrated Education for Disables(IED) DWO/CDMO/ICDS/ ALIMCO/NIRTAR need to formal education. Providing aid and appliances to the Children with special needs. Generating different databases for Management & MIS NIC/DSO/DRDA providing support to the management of the project and helping decision making Generating databases for Orissa Child Census providing support to the Management & MIS OCAO, STPI, CSM management & implementation of VSAT for the project e-Shishu and helping decision making. Different Print & Community mobilization Electronic Media/VEC/PRI Members Construction of new School building, Civil Works VEC/BDO additional Classroom, BRC,CRC, Repair & Maintenance of the existing building. Planning DI, BDO, DSWO, DWO, EE RWSS Bed College, DIET Dhenkanal Prepare the realistic need based plan Impact assessment of SSA activities & finding loop holes in implementation of thee scheme Creating awareness on UEE among the mass through different media

Action Research

MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (MIS) Management Information System in OPEPA has been playing a key role in the District Primary Education Programme and Sarva Sikhya Abhiyan in managing information better and catering the operational needs of the programme. It is worthy to mention that, District Primary Education Programme is the first amongst the social sector projects in India being so closely monitored through a Computerized Management Information System. Various data are being collected, computerized and compiled in a systematic process for effective planning, monitoring and administration. Basically the MIS in SSA manages two important systems, i.e., Educational Management Information System: The EMIS provides detail educational indicators for time series and single year down from individual school level up to national level. Project Management Information System: The PMIS provides intervention wise financial & physical targets as per PAB and quarterly achievement of different institutions down from VEC up to the SPO level through Web enabled application. Besides the above two regular activities, a few of the major achievement of MIS in SSA are as follows: Implementation of DISE (District Information System for Education) DISE is conceived as the backbone of an integrated educational management information system operating at the district, state and the national level. DISE 2001 is the latest update of the school information system being implemented at district in DPEP and SSA. At present this system covers all schools imparting education up to elementary stage and also secondary schools. The system collected and computerized detailed data on school location, management, teachers, school buildings and equipment, enrolment gender and age, incentives and the number of disabled children in various grades. Decision makers at various administrative levels use DISE in a variety of ways to enhance their decisionmaking capabilities. For implementation of DISE, different groups like DRG and BRG have formed. The school teachers, who are trained on the data capture format, fill up the DCF based on school records. The BRCC and the S.I. of Schools as member of the BRG thereafter have visited around 20% schools for random checking of the data. The Schools Headmaster,

CRCC, BRCC and S.I. of Schools countersign in the Data Capture Formats, after verifying the data. Apart from this, the members of the DRG visit 10% schools (random) of a block/ULB allotted to him/her for ensure the quality of the data. A state level team also visits 5% schools randomly. Finally, the DPC provides a certificate that "100% schools have been covered in DISE and all the data provided are authentic". Thus, the quality and coverage is maintained. Implementation of CTS ( Child Tracking System) Development of useful indicators existence of reliable data & dissemination of available evidence are critical first steps in policy formulation & implementation. The objective was to develop an ONLINE Child Tracking System (CTS) where in the educational status of each child would be available in the web and the child can be tracked individually to provide the basic schooling facility and achieve the goal of Universalisation of Elementary Education (UEE). For this there was a need to create a database of each and every child and to validate & update the same at regular intervals. In simple terms, the child tracking system would be thought as a computerized Village Education Register (VER) whose information is available to everybody in the web. This VER will lose its relevance if the same is not updated at regular intervals, i.e., at least once in a year. Updating the data every year and maintaining the updated information in the database is a regular activity for the continuation of the project, which not only provide the current status on educational Indicators, but also give a compared figure on the achievements of UEE in different years. It will help in further planning for implementation of SSA activities to achieve the objectives. It's process of updation: The collected child data in 2005 is already validated and updated in the year 2006. There is no need to re-validate and the only action is to update these data every year to get the yearly updated status. Side by side a tool is required, which will help in sharing of manual information between the VEC and the District MIS unit to computerize and update the database. This process will be repeated once in every year to keep updation of the data and make it web based. Village Education Register (VER) can be used as a tool to help this as per the following CTS updating cycle in every year. Printing of VERs with the information of all In-school & out of school children between 5+ to 14 years of age group

from the existing database. Supply of VERs to selected Schools to maintain and update it for the concerned Village. Computerisation of updated data for the year, and its web integration with the information of previous year. Return back the updated VERs to the District Office through CRCC for Computerization. CTS is the digitized form of the Village Education Register (VER) and the only method to update the CTS data is to adopt the procedure and guideline issued earlier by GOI for maintenance of the VER by the VEC of each village and use this VER as the updation tool. Earlier, the VER was a blank printed booklet, which was printed and supplied to each VECs in the year 2001 to maintain the child data of concerned village and update the data manually for five years from 2001-02 to 2006-07. From this year i.e. 2008-09, the collection/updation of DISE & CTS data have done at a time at village/school level to save time & money and to ensure correctness and authenticity of two databases.

Educational Personal Information System (EPIS) Like, CTS it has been decided to collect the Personal Information of the Employees of the Education Department to build up an on-line data base which will lead to eGovernance in future. The Information of the Employees has been collected in a specified proforma containing following six major heads. A. Employee General Information: B: Employee Service Information C: Employee GIS Information D: Current Salary Information E. Employee LEGAL CASE Information F. Employee Loan Information The information has been provided by the DDOs concerned to get the accurate status of the employees. After collection of the data, computerization has been done through specifically designed software for the purpose. To maintain and update personal information of the employees, teachers, Siskshya Sahayaks using the on-line system and to expedite the process of e-Governance in the Education System. Web Portal Application

For on-line monitoring of the project progress both physical and financial, better web based software has been designed by MRHD, Department of School Education & Literacy, Govt. of India, New Delhi with the help of National Informatics Centre (NIC), New Delhi and implemented through web. This total system is called as Web Portal Application System .The basic utility of the system is monitor the Budget-vis-à-vis quarterly both in physical & financial through online, in which each intervention can update the quarterly progress of the activities concerned to his/her intervention regularly. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. Civil Works Project Management & MIS Pedagogical Improvement Integrated Education for Disabled SC/ST Education Girls Education Research & Evaluation Planning and Management Access Media and Community Mobilization ECCE CAL Finance


Basic Features of CAE Simply stated, Elementary Education means, every child upto the age of fourteen years in School learning well. The initiation of Computer-aided Education in this case, is meant to provide a support system for academic learning outcomes in school rather than to teach computer skills to the children. The main motto of CAE in schools is to provide joyful, interactive and interesting ways of learning, through illustrations, examples and interactive tools, particularly designed to emphasize on the HARDSPOTS of the regular curricula of subjects like Mathematics, English, Science and Computer Literacy.

The prime objectives of the CAE are:

To create Computer awareness and literacy among children and teachers at the elementary stage. To make teaching-learning effective and Interesting through Computer Aided Education. To empower and train the teachers. To generate the hard spot chapters with the help of graphics, animations & other innovative methods for easy understanding. To improve the quality of education by making education joyful and interesting. To provide an opportunity to the students at elementary level to use and learn computers with the teaching-learning process.

BiCEP Phase- III CAL schools (2009-10) Sl. Name of the Name of the school No Block 1 Angul NAC Collegepara UPS 2 Angul Purunagarh UPS 3 Banarpal Turanga PUPS 4 Chhendipada Bahalasahi Project UPS Sastrijee UPS, 5 Athamallik Krutibaspur 6 Kishorenagar Luhamunda UPS 7 Pallahara Jenapada Project UPS 8 Kaniha Gadasila UPS 9 Talcher Gopal Prasad Nodal UPS 10 Talcher MPL Deulbera Colliery UPS Sl. No Name of the Block Name of the school

BiCEP Phase- I CAL schools (2003-04) 1 Angul Bantala UP School 2 Angul Balasingha UP School Uttarpada Nodal UP 3 Angul School 4 Athamalik Thakurgarh UP School 5 Athamalik Baragaon UP School Madhapur Nodal UP 6 Athamalik School 7 Banarpal Kandasar UP School Balaramprasad Nodal UP 8 Banarpal School Mamuria Nodal UP 9 Chendipada School Patrapada Nodal UP 10 Chendipada School 11 Chendipada Khamar UP School Angapada turuda Nodal 12 Kishornagar UP School 13 Kishornagar Bamur UP School 14 Kaniha Bijigol Nodal UP School 15 Kaniha Jarada Nodal UP School 16 Pallahara Town Girl UP School Govt. Nodal UP School , 17 Pallahara Khamar 18 Talcher P.C. Model UP School Panchayat Nodal UP 19 Talcher School 20 Talcher Kalamchuin UP School

BiCEP Phase- II CAL schools (2008-09) Sl. No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Name of the Block ANGUL Name of the school


24 25 26 27 28 29 30


Project UPS Sankhamur UPS Seegarh Nodal UPS Badajorada Nodal UPS Ghantapada UPS Gobara Nodal UPS Jagannathpur Nodal UPS SANTHAPADA NODAL UPS

PLANNING PROCESS Universalisation of Elementary Education have been envisaged as the national priorities in the educational development of our country since independence, which is supposed to be achieved through the instrument of SSA, an ambitions, judicious country wide programme. Its main strategy includes involvement of the community. The first step should be to help the people from their own groups and organizations and obtain the necessary knowledge and skill to initiate the process of development from the grass root level, which in turn will enhance enrollment and retention to a satisfactory level. The planning is a continuous process as it starts at planning and ends at planning. The district plan has been prepared by adopting the process of decentralization i.e. keeping in mind the ground level realities and reinforcing intensive interaction with local bodies, teachers, NGOs, MTAs, VECs, PRI members etc. The planning process includes five interdependent stages like identification of problem, planning implementation, monitoring & evaluation. The process emanated from the village level and culminated at district level through block, cluster & GP level planning.

In Angul district, the planning process has been initiated after the state level orientation on dated 5th January 2010 to Programmer & Planning Coordinator on Micro Planning and CTS Data Collection and its compilation. After that an orientation programme on preparation of micro planning at Block Cluster level has been imparted to all DIs, BRCCs, SIs, & Hqr. CRCCs at district level on dated: 25.01.2010, from all the blocks on different issues by distributing the formats on micro planning and CTS at block and cluster level by collection of data on child population, enrollment, out of school on different categories like reason of out of school. After getting orientation from district level, all the BRG & DRG Members are planned to give orientation to block level trainer for impart training at villages and panchayat level. All the intervention head and DPC were also present in the meeting. To track out the entire educational status of the 6-14 years of children a survey namely CTS Validation and Updation 2009-10 & Micro Planning has been conducted in the district. To validated the data & updated the child database of the year 2009-10 one-day orientation has been provided to all the BRCCs, CRCCs, SIs of Schools regarding how to validate the data in the given format supplied by OPEPA. They have validated the data of 224177 from 6-14 years age group of our district from dt 24-10-08 to 30-10-08. After that the district block and cluster level planning were initiated by forming and orientation of the planning team the details of which as follows: The planning process involves: · · · · · Formation of planning team at district, block & cluster level and village level. Orientation and training of the core team. The collection of detail information and data from the village and GP level. Identifying the areas of problem & issues. The consolidation of village detail at panchayat level. & Hqr.


Preparation of District Plan.

Formation and Training of the Planning Team At the district level a core planning team was constituted by taking the District Project Coordinator, all intervention heads of SSA, DI of Schools, Educationist, selected Teachers, NGO representative, selected BRCCs & selected CRCCs. Then the core team have provided the training to the BRCCs, HQ SIs of Schools, DI of Schools, CRCCs and other team members for one-days to all blocks at district level on preparation of planning for CTS data collection and Micro Planning at block and cluster level as well as Panchayat level. Cluster / Panchayat level: The village and cluster/ panchayat level planning team was constituted by CRCCs of concerned Panchayat, experienced teachers and headmasters of schools, VEC, MTA, PTA members, PRI personnel, NGO representative & dedicated village leaders. The orientation and training to the team members were given by the CRCCs and block level team members covering all 136 clusters of 209 nos of panchayat and 56 nos of wards of three nos of ULBs from our district from 24th Jan 10 to 31st Jan 2010. Different meetings and workshops held at various level in different blocks, accordingly the feedback received from the primary and secondary stakeholders involved in the planning process at taken into account for formulation of District Annual Work Plan & Budget 2009-10. This team in each village and habitation provide wider representation on the process of micro planning as well as CTS. They collected data in the village regarding the child population ranging from 6-14 years, enrollment at Primary, Upper Primary and High Schools for in schools children by monitoring from school to school and they surveyed the village for find out the out of school children. The collected data from each cluster, held meeting with the village stakeholders with their resolution copy are kept with BRCCs & CRCCs. With regards to the identification, local specific problems & issues in convergence with community members and also discussed possible strategies for it, they submitted the different proposals to district administration. BLOCK LEVEL:

After the orientation of the block level team members formed under the leadership of BRCC including CRCCs, SI of Schools, DI of Schools, NGO representative, PRI members and personnel from other deptt. at block level. One day orientation and training programme is given to the village core team members and discussion are made how to collect and validate data of CTS and how to compile the same for micro planning formats. The block level plan by taking all the problems and issues and possible strategies of different areas, mainstreaming and retention of children as well as quality improvement in the scheme. The block level team members oriented the Panchayat/ Cluster level primary and secondary stakeholders for collection and compilation of the data. Some Micro Planning Formats are cross checked by different district level functionaries of SSA for authenticity. They suggested some points in the Micro Planning Village, Panchayat as well as Block level format i.e. Construction of building, kitchen, provision of water facility, engagement of additional teachers as per PTR norm and minimum two teachers for each level i.e. Primary and Upper Primary. DISTRICT LEVEL: From dt 05.01.2010 to 10.01.2010 all the intervention heads, individually were called to the State Project Office on orientation programme on planning to discuss in detailed on preparation of plan for different activities under SSA & for their intervention for the year 201011. Further one-day workshop on planning has been conducted for all 4 DIS, 8 BRCCs, selected CRCCS at Chamber of District Project Coordinator, SSA, Angul. In which Planning coordinator along with DPC & other intervention heads are discussed the activities to be detained in the year 2010-11. The district level draft plan has been appraised by District Project Coordinator along with all intervention heads of DPO to Project Director, DRDA & Collector & Chairman, SSA, Angul on dated 05.03.2010. STATE LEVEL: All the intervention heads of DPO has been called for orientation on planning preparation at State Project Office, Bhubaneswar. In which Asst Addl. Director (Planning) along with the concerned intervention Heads at the state level discussed about the draft plan preparation of the concerned intervention at the district level also provide instruction about how to fill up the modified 33 tables, Result framework and Comprehensive Quality Plan

allocating budget for different activity under different budget head & detail categorization of planning for the year 2010-11. At the district level plan, all coordinators along with the all district level team members & district level line department functionaries i.e Executive Engineer, RWSS, DWO, DSWO, PD, DRDA, Coordinators, Programmer, FC, Sr.TC of SSA, DI of Schools, prepared the District level Draft Plan for the year 2010-11 for different interventions under SSA with analysis of the issues identified at the cluster and block level during the time of DISE and CTS data collection 2009-10. A draft district plan was prepared & vivid discussion has been taken up under the chairmanship of Collector & Chairman, SSA, Angul 05.03.2010 in the chamber of Collector & Chairman, SSA, Angul. After all the meetings and discussion held at different level during the district level draft plan for the year 2009-10 has been prepared by taking into account of the database like i.e · · · · · · Census of India 2001 CTS validation 2009 Flash Report Micro Planning Flash Report School Categorization DISE 2009-10 Data collected from block & cluster on IED by BRT & AWW

DISTRICT SSA COMMITTEE: The District SSA Committee the apex committee in the district headed by Collector cum Chairman. The committee consists of all MPs, MLAs, DI of Schools, Educationist, DSWO, DWO, active resourceful teacher, women representative, NGO representative, BRCC & CRCC representative and District Project Coordinator as member conveyor to guide the entire implementation of the programme and apprise the District Elementary Education Plan. The District SSA Committee appraised the AWP & B 2010-11. The view point of

MPs, MLA & PRI members were taken into consideration before finalizing the list for opening of new primary and upper primary schools in the district.

CIVIL WORK INTRODUCTION The civil works programme provides necessary infrastructure for the Universalisation of Elementary Education. From the view point of access, retention & improving the quality education, Construction through village education committee (VEC) has been able to generate a sense of ownership among the members of the community to a large extent. This community ownership is found to be one of the best means for ensuring long term sustainability. Various construction activities taken up under SSA programme are New Primary / upper primary Schools, Block resource centers & Cluster resource centers for conducting training & meeting programme, Additional class Room basing on the student to class room ratio, repair works, toilets, drinking water facilities, Building for building less Primary / upper primary Schools etc. In Angul District under SSA programme so far 89 nos. of CRC Buildings, 205 nos. of New Primary Schools, 262 nos. of New upper primary Schools, 23 nos. of Building less Primary School, 11 nos. of buildings for dilapidated upper primary school, 943 nos. of Additional Class Rooms, 330 no. of toilets & 172 nos. of sinking of Tube wells have been taken up also under NPEGEL scheme 37 no. of MCS buildings & under KGBV scheme 2 no of KGBV buildings have been taken up. BUILDING IN DISASTER -PRONE AREAS In India many of Districts are prone to natural disasters for example pockets in Maharashtra, Himachal Pradesh & U.P. are highly earthquake prone area, in Orissa, Tamilnadu & Andhra Pradesh are highly cyclone prone & these are areas in Assam, West Bengal, Bihar etc. where floods are common. There are also areas which are prone to more than one type of natural disaster. There is a Real & urgent need that the buildings being built under SSA are built in ways that makes them resistance to these natural disaster.

Relating to Earthquake Orissa has not experienced a major earthquake in recorded history; a sizeable portion of the state is located in Earthquake Risk Zone-III, which is vulnerable to the Earthquake hazard. Angul District is belonging to risk Earthquake Zone-3. To resist the earthquake during construction of a building plinth band, sill band, lintel band, vertical reinforcing bar at corner are being provided. MONITORING AND SUPERVISION Angul District has 8 nos. of Blocks. For monitoring & supervision of civil works taken up under SSA Sr. Technical Consultant and Technical Consultants are engaged. Technical Consultants are paid fixed T.A. of Rs 1000/- per month for monitoring and supervision of civil works. As huge nos. of civil works is going on for better monitoring and supervision of these construction work Technical Consultants may be paid T.A. as per the actual tour made by them. Similarly for Sr. Technical Consultant in Sambalpur District for monitoring & supervision office Jeep is provided.


TRAINING TO TECHNICAL CONSULTANT Training of Technical Consultant is essential if the exception from Technical Consultant in community mobilization, alternatives technologies etc are to be made. The admistrative authorities should recognize this & make appropriate fund allocation in 2010-11 under the training head for this purpose. TRAINING TO MASON For implementing alternative technologies & to maintained quality in construction works training to mason is highly essential. For this purpose in 2010-11provision of fund for training to selected masons in each Block is kept. THIRD PARTY EVALUATION To maintain quality of construction & make transparency third party Evaluation is being conducted through NIT, Rourkela in the year 2008-09 & 2009-10. This will be continued in the financial year 2010-11. They conduct the testing of materials check the design aspects to ensure the better quality of construction. Provision of fund for this purpose in 2010-11will be made. QUALITY CONTROL

To maintain quality in construction work testing of building materials, cube test for R.C.C. works are required. Hence necessary funds for this purpose have been provided in the estimate for this purpose. ENVIRONMENT ASSESSMENT Out of 1493 schools of our District we have covered the Environment assessment of 80nos of schools by the end of March-2010. The balance will be covered in phase manner by August 2010. MEASURED SCHOOL CAMPUS PLAN Out of 1493 schools of our District we have covered the measured school campus plan of 80 nos of schools by the end of March-2010. The balance will be covered in phase manner by August 2010. ASSET REGISTER Out of 1985 schools where construction works are going on the district has completed 1943 nos of schools building by end of March-2010. The asset register has been maintained for all those schools. For the rest work maintenance of asset register will be completed by April-2010. CIVIL (2010-11) The detail progress of civil works of Angul District since inception is given below. PROGRESS REPORT AS ON 30.03.10(CUMULATIVE) DISTRICT- ANGUL SCHEME- SSA (From 2003-04 to 2009-10) S.No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Activity ACR BRC BLS(PS) BLS (UPS) Dilapidated (PS) Dilapidated (UPS) NUPS NPS CRC MCS TOILETY(GIRLS) Toilet Target 943 8 23 0 23 11 262 205 89 37 188 142 Taken Up 943 8 23 0 23 11 260 205 89 37 188 142 Completed 666 8 23 0 23 11 212 148 89 35 0 142 In progress 277 0 0 0 0 0 48 57 0 2 188 0 % of Completion 70.62 100.00 100.00 0 100.00 100.00 81.53 72.19 100.00 94.59 0.0 100.00

13 14 15 16 17

B.wall Separation Wall D.water Electrification Others TOTAL

0 0 271 0 2202

0 0 271 0 2200

0 0 271 0 1628

0 0 0 0 572

0 0 100.00 0 74.00

In the Plan 2010-11 we have made the provision for 199 nos. of schools for drinking water facilities. Priority has been given for construction of girl's toilet the above items will be executed in convergence with RWSS. NPS & NUPS To take up the balance NPS & NUPS building upto the year 2010-11, the required fund for 12 nos of NPS and 20 nos of NUPS were not available for construction of civil work. Hence to fill up the target for the same the budgetary provision for financial is to be proposed for the year 2010-11. The list is mentioned below:



5 6 7 8

VIII Separate Girls Toilet/Common Toilet Major Repair (Pry) Major Repair (U.Pry) Drinking water TOTAL

0.3 1.9358 2.0688 0.5

600 45 36 199

180.00 87.11 74.48 99.50 1285.89

PROGRESS OVERVIEW Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan is a bold initiative to enroll, retain, and provide quality education to all the children of age group 6-14 or 6-18 years in case of children with disability by community ownership of the schooling system. It is an effort to create the demand for quality based education throughout the district and to provide an opportunity for improving human capabilities with promoting social justice to all children through provision of community owned quality education in a mission mode. For smooth and successful management of elementary schools it encourages the effective involvement of Panchayati Raj Institutions, Village Education Committees, Parent Teacher Associations, Mother Teacher Association, and Tribal Autonomous Councils. At grass to top level the programme stresses upon the time frame, quality based education. Institutional reforms are a part of SSA. The Central, State and Local Government undertaking reforms in order to improve the efficiency of the delivery system and calls for a long term prospective financial partnership between Central and State Government. VISION STATEMENT: INFORMATION ON IN SCHOOL CHILDREN: As far as the SSA goal is concerned all children to be in school by 2003.But after completion of a survey called "CTS VALIDATION 2008-09" and collection of DISE Data the information found out for our district indicates that total 224177 no of children in the age group of 6-14 are in the school. Among them total 132171 are in the primary section, and 75157are in the upper primary and secondary section enrolled in the school and EGS center. From the total child population around 96.65% of children are in the schooling system. But

still about 6704 no of children are remaining out of school in our district to mainstream those children various innovative schemes.

TARGET CHILD POPULATION: In Angul, the target group of children i.e. SC & ST are 63773 that is around 33.66% of total child population. The block wise analysis indicates that Pallahara block has maximum number of SC & ST population followed by Angul and Athamallik for these areas gram Panchayat are identified and to ensure their educational improvement and awareness activities like Jati Mahasabha, cluster level activities such as quiz competition, sports, mela for tribal group were taken up. This has reduced the absenteeism of SC &ST children. By taking into consideration the highest gender literacy gap in Pallahara and Kishorenagar block the KGBV Scheme has been implemented in which 137 nos of drop out girls have been enrolled on upper primary section. Though NPEGEL, additional incentive like school uniform, school stationeries have been provided to the girls this has improved the attendance rate of the girls. OUT OF SCHOOL: In our district at the time of initiation of SSA 2002-03, there were 37,000 out of school children. An enrollment drive called "School Chala Abhiyan 2003 ­ Gyan Ratha" was undertaken through out the district covering all GPs in which 25500 school children were enrolled. In the year 2005-06 another enrollment drive called "Chale Ame School Jiba" in which 1765 nos of children came within our system. To track out the data base of children a survey i.e "The Orissa Child Census 2005" was conducted which shows there are only12% i.e 10422 nos of out of school children in 6-14 of our dist.,. To update & validate the data base of our Dist a campagain called `CTS Validation' has been conducted . In which total 3, 62,168 no of children data are validated in the age group of 0-14. The positive achievement of this campagain is that we can have a detail & reliable database of each & every child of 014 age group of our dist. By which we can track out the left out students of 6-14 years age group of some GPs & clusters, also validated the data of in school children by reducing /lessening the case of double enrollment of students in the school & EGS centers done by

the teachers for maintaining the PTR ratio & the MDM of the school. The last year target of 6704 Out of school children, 4567 nos of children are enrolled in formal schooling system. COMPLETION & TRANSITION RATE: There are 90% of children who enter Class I complete Primary level. Out of which 89.51% entered the upper primary level. It has been targeted to achieve 100% students to complete the primary section & 99% will enter the upper primary level. DROPOUT: The district has negligible dropout rate in the age group of 6-11, in Angul; Pallahara block has the highest dropout children at the primary level and upper primary level. But the dropout rate at the primary level is not a major concern in the educational scenario of the district. Though there is a improvement in the retention rate at primary level but still much some steps needs to be taken at upper primary level, where the drop out rate. ACCESS: New School: 15 New Primary School have been opened for the year 2009-10 to overcome the barriers of free education in places where access was a challenge for Primary Education. 09 New Upper Primary School have been opened for the year 2009-10 for availing upper Primary Education where schooling facility was not available distance. New Teacher: In our district total 1465 nos of SS including para teacher has been working. Out of total 529 nos of vacancy advertised by Govt for Angul district. TEACHING LEARNING EQUIPMENT GRANT: To facilitate the teaching learning atmosphere in Primary and Upper Primary School the teaching learning equipments are barely required which should be based on local needs and content specific. within 3 KM

Out of total Rs.24.48 lakhs of TLE Grants has been approved for the district, total 15 nos. of Primary Schools @ Rs.10,000/-, a sum of Rs.19.88 lakhs & 09 nos. of Project UPS will be provided @Rs.50,000/-, a sum of Rs.7.60 lakhs will be provided in this financial year. Civil Works: Class room problem was a major problem for the District .Inadequate nos of class room with respect to PTR or class rooms in dilapidated conditions destroyed the harmony of education in a smoothing Child friendly atmosphere. To overcome this problem, 233 nos of Additional Class rooms have been constructed in 2009-10 after a detailed Conditional Survey being done by Technical Consultants of the District. REPAIR & MAINTENANCE (R&M): To improve classroom conditions and proper management of school building a sum of Rs.126.95 Lakhs has been provided to total 1918 nos. of schools. Enrollment & Retention: Intervention for out of School Children: In this session in total 150 nos of Bridge course center was proposed to be opened for mainstreaming the out of school children with a total budgetary provision of Rs.33.95 lakhs. But due to procedural dilemma the provision could not be utilized in district level. Girls' Education: Uniform: To attract more girls students to the schools by overcoming the barrier of poverty 80410 no. of girls from primary, upper primary and high school level have been provided School Uniform with a cost of Rs.60/- and Rs.70/- per girls for primary and upper primary level respectively. MTA Training: MTA Members of 1918 schools have been provided be training to make school and class room transaction more girl, child friendly. Near about 40% of schools regular monthly MTA meeting are being conducted. Some of the MTA members have given

community teachers in the schools. They are also involved in enrollment drives and school environment maintenance. Personality Development Camp: Personality development camp has been completed during the end of the Mar'10. Near about 320 girls would have improved of overall personality and increase interest in schooling system.

ECCE Opening of ECCE Centers: To provide access & child care facility at he habitation level 48 nos of ECCE Centre are functioning in the district Contingency &TLM Grant for ECCE Centers: They have been provided with contingency grant To monitor the physical & financial progress of ECCE workers Quarterly review meeting of the ECCE workers are been conducted at the block level. To provide a child friendly & playful atmosphere to Pre school children at the Anganwari centers, 120 nos of provided with child friendly element. good functioning Anganwari centers has been

The opening of ECCE Centers has provided pre schooling facilities to many unserved areas where AWC is not available. Out of the 48 nos. centers opened in the district, 3 nos. good functioning centers have been taken over by Women & Child Development Department, Orissa. SC & ST 3 blocks i.e. Athamallik, Angul and Pallahara have been selected on the basis of tribal GPs having 50% &above tribal population for implementation of SC & ST education activities. In the 3 blocks, 13 clusters (Athamallik ­ 4 Angul ­ 3 & Pallahara ­ 6) have been selected on the basis of concentration of tribal population and cluster level activities have been undertaken. 200 teachers of the selected clusters have been imparted attitudinal training in module `Rupantar'. Around 1000 tribal people including PRI members, tribal head (Mukhia)& children have been oriented on the need of education, facilities at school, through conduct of `Jati Mahasabha' for community mobilization. Various child friendly activities such as story telling, singing, drawing & Games meet have been conducted at the cluster level in which 2730 children have been participated. The implementing personnel such as DIs, BRCCs,& CRCCs have been trained at district level in implementing the scheduled activities for the year.

INTEGRATED EDUCATION FOR THE CHILDREN WITH DISABILITY (IED) All most all CWSN of the District have undergone this training and we have detailed data of each CWSN with us. The CWSN attended the G.P. level camps have received one or more facilities as per the need assessment. Out of school CWSN were enrolled in nearby schools and in-school CWSN became regular in the schools. The Block Resource Teachers knows most of the children by their names. Parents are happy and now they are more cooperative and committed towards Inclusive Education. Most of the Aids and Appliances received free of cost from Swami Vivekananda National Institute for Rehabilitation, Training and Research, Olatpur, Cuttack. Some are procured as per the MSJE, Govt. India rate contract received from OPEPA. Tricycle and Wheel Chairs are Most popular and it is often used by the OH children. Hearing Aids and Calipers are the least used equipments since it does not give immediate solution to the problems of the users. Regular counseling to the parents is required by professionals. All the surgically corrected cases are successfully leading a batter life. They have completely mainstreamed in the general Schools, Similarly, the cleft lip surgery under Smile Train Program has done a miracle. All children above six years are going to with a smile on their face. Provision of Escort and Transport Allowance has encouraged the parents to regularly send the child to school. It has also inspired other parents to become regular in the school. This has not only provided access to the Orthopaedically Handicapped and Visually Impaired children to the school, but also develops a positive attitude in the teachers as well as in the society towards Inclusive Education. The Theme Based Camp brings 30 Parents of CWSN together. In this camp some of the parents who think themselves as a victim among thousands realized that they are not alone. They also learn from each other about the small things which can make big change in the life of their children. It also provides a platform for the CWSN to

compete with the general children. To our surprise, it is always found that the CWSN perform batter in activity with compare to the general children, may it be singing competition, painting competition or any coordination activity. All together the Theme Based Camp encouraged the CWSN and their parents. It is also a good occasion to provide different facility to the CWSN, The One Day Orientation camp for the BRCCs and CRCCs was organized in the District Headquarter Community Hall, Sabhaghara, Angul. All BRCCs and CRCCs have attended the camp. Apart from the other training, main importance was given for Educational Management of Learning Disabled Children. Dr. U.N. Dash has attended four sessions and orient the participants in details about the learning Disabled Children and the role of schools, teachers and parents to deal with the problems raised out of learning disability. The World disabled Day brings a unique opportunity to nurture young talents from all the Blocks of the District. CWSN, Parents, general children from the nearby schools and BRCC, CRCCs participate in this function. This year the World Disabled Day was celebrated at Block Level.

QUALITY: TEACHERS TRAINING: · · Total 5451 nos of teachers have been trained in in-service training including MSM. Total 385 nos of untrained teachers have been trained this year and 275 nos of DRG, BRG and CRG have been imparted training in financial year 2009-10. FREE TEXT BOOKS; Children from I­ VIII of all Govt. schools have been supplied free NT Books for the session 2009-10. Funds for this purpose for SC/ST and girls children have been met from SSA while funds for general students have been met out of state budget. 84225 nos of text books were supplied to all Primary section and 41240 nos of text book have been supplied for upper primary section. GRANTS TO BLOCK RESOURCE CENTRE (BRC): For day-to-day official management at block level, contingency grant @ of Rs.20,000/to each block resource centre, a sum total of Rs.1,60,000/- has been given to 8 nos. of Block Resource Centres of the district during 2009-10. TA to BRCCs For regular monitoring and supervision of the schools, EGS centres by the BRCCs, in terms of traveling allowances @ Rs.750/- per month, expenses a sum of Rs.69, 000/- has been made. TEACHING LEARNING MATERIAL GRANT TO BRC: To make the BRC center more resourceful T LM has are prepared , by resourceful teachers at the block level &kept at the center for sharing purposes & to provide first hand experiences to the teachers abut the use & preparation of TLM at the school point. For this purpose TLM grant @ Rs.5000/- per BRCcentre for 8 Blocks, a sum total of Rs.40, 000/- has been incurred. GRANTS TO CLUSTER RESOURCE CENTRE (CRC):

For easy and smooth functioning & management of the cluster resource center, i.e. contingency grant @ Rs.3, 000/- for 136 centres, a sum total of Rs.4.08,000/- has been released during 2009-10 towards contingency grants. TEACHING LEARNING MATERIAL GRANT: To equip the cluster resource center with model TLMs for guidance of teachers TLM grant @ Rs.1000/- per centre for 136 centres, a sum total of Rs.1,36,000/- has been released during 2009-10. TA TO CRCCs: To facilitate Pedagogical support to teachers through school visit by CRCCs in the cluster, @ of 300/- per month in terms of traveling allowances, a sum of Rs.4,26000/- has been released to 136 nos. of CRCCs. TEACHING LEARNING EQUIPMENT GRANT TO NEW PS & NEW UPS: Out of total Rs.27.48 lakh approved amount for TLE Grants, for 19 schools (15 new ps+09 new ups) for 2009-10, Rs.12.70 lakh has been released. PEDAGOGY INTERVENTION: 1. Classroom process & school practices Academic improvement 1. Tracking Achievement level of children class wise/subject wise in CAE 2009& Half Yearly Examination 2010 and comparison of both at cluster level/block level and district level. 2. Identification of learning gap of children from assessment of result of Common Annual Examination 2009 was done identify hard spot in different subjects, classes, and competencies. 3. The identification of learning gap process was tagged to conduct of Monthly Sharing Meeting through preparation of training calendar for the session 2009-10. 4. Revision of courses before Annual examination 2010 on teacher made question set (1/2) by trs. And recognition of children securing highest mark in various subjects.

5. Recognition of teachers in MSM having 15% enhancement in children's achievement in the subject/he/she is teaching. 6. Recognizing creative talent of children through improving writing skill at primary level in language and in science and mathematics at UP level under Learning Enhancement programme. 7. Supplementary reading material thrugh story books were provided to primary schools for enhancing reading skill of children under Learning Enhancement programme. 8. Exposure of children to block level science exhibition for getting firsthand experience in science learning.


TEACHERS' EMPOWERMENT: 1. 3653 primary teachers including regular teachers,Sikshya Sahayaks, GanaSikshyaks have been trainined for 10 days inservice traing at cluster level in science, mathematics, odiya, sst, content based training on hardspots identified through identification of learning gap of children in Common Annual Examination 2010 and new inputs of learning gap identification ,tracking Achievement level. 2. 1228 Upper primary teachers including regular teachers,Sikshya Sahayaks,


have been trainined for 10 days inservice traing at level

Monthly Sharing Meeting in science,mathematics,odiya,sst, content based training on hardspots identified through identification of learning gap of children in Common Annual Examination 2010 and Achievement level. 3. 3653 primary teachers including regular trs.,SS& GS have been trained for 5 days in module UNMESH-IV to train them on focus for shaping classroom transaction as per NCF 2005 with thrust on Construction of knowledge. new inputs of learning gap identification ,tracking


1200 Upper primary teachers including regular ,SS& GS have been imparted for 5 days on pedagogy of activity based content oriented training in English .


1070 nos. of PS & UPS teachers have been trained in integrated module for orienting teachers in the intervention of inputs related to all interventions in SSA with a pedagogic vision.


385 Untrained Gana sikshyaks have been trained in 60 days distance mode training for equipping them with professional capacity building.


1Gana Sikshyak has been trained in 30 days induction package in module JAGRUTI.

Strengthening Resource Group: 1. Visioning process for engagement of 8 BRCC & 98 CRCC vacancies by December 2010 has been initiated. 2. All S.I.of schools, all BRCCs have been trained in module Samjojika for 7 days. 3. 134 CRCCs have been imparted 10 days training i.e 5 days in module Samjojika & 5 days in UNMESH-IV 4. Capacity building of all 8 BRCC,136 CRCC,175 DRG members has been done at SPO, DIET & DPO Level on Identification of Learning Gap, TRACKING Achievement level, Module in English, Integrated package& UNMESH ­IV for Roll out of training programmes in Identification of Learning Gap & tracking Achievement Level of children in various subject . 5. Mobility support to all 4 D.I.of schools for 12 months has been given tofacilitate followup of and monitoring of classroom process. 6. Review of BRCCs has been conducted to facilitate activities such as conduct of teachers' training, collection and analysis of achievement and attendance data ,consolidation of Learning Gap identification process ,tracking achievement level of children, administration of QMT and conduct of various activities at field level.

7. Convergence with DIET has been done for capacity building of resource persons for Identification of Learning Gap, roll out of teachers training in module UNMESH-IV, Integrated & English, preparation of question papers for Common Annual Examination, visioning process for BRCC induction. Supply of NCERT Books to BRC: With the objective of strengthening resource centre,BRC were provided Rs.40000/-( @ 5000/- per BRC) for procurement of text book of NCERT upto class-VIII & other useful magazine,journal etc.for science & mathematics. For day-to-day official management at block level, contingency grant @ of Rs.20000/- to each block resource centre, a sum total of Rs.1,60,000/- has been given to 8 nos. of Block Resource Centres of the district during 2009-10. MONITORING & EVALUATION: Supply of Progress Report Card Question paper-cum-blank answersheet and progress report cards have been

supplied to 145051children reading in all DOE,AIDED ,TRW schools in class I to VIII to facilitate recording of achievement of children & sharing of the same with the community . Monitoring: 1) Recording of achievement of children has been done through administration of monitoring tool developed by NCERT & data from sample schools collected and extended to SPO. 2) Identification of learning gap has been tracked through concerted efforts at each level from School to DPO level and has been submitted to SPO for development of training module for the session 2010-11 in various content areas. 3) Tracking of achievemwnt leval has been started in the session 2009-10 to track enhancement of achievement level, classwise subjectwise for recognition of sincere teachers & encouraging children.

Community Mobilization: VEC Training: VEC of 1481 nos. of schools of the District have been trained for 2 days on financial management of school grants, provision of civil works and their duties and responsibility towards pedagogy improvement of the schools. Through this training programme VEC are more aware of various activities of SSA undertaken in the school through active participation in the overall development of their school & education. MTA Trainig: Mothers are playing a key role in the education of girls. To improve the retention and enrollment of girls in the school by involving the mothers in various curricular & co-curricular activities undertaken in the school, a two days orientation programme has been organized @ 8 members per school, MTA of 1481 nos. of schools have been imparted training during 2009-10. MIS & PLANNING: CHILD CENSUS VALIDATAION & UPDATAION: In Angul district, the planning process has been initiated after the state level orientation on dated 5th January 2010 to Programmer & Planning Coordinator on Micro Planning and CTS Data Collection and its compilation. After that an orientation programme on preparation of micro planning at Block & Cluster level has been imparted to all DIs, BRCC, HQ SIs, & HQ CRCC at district level on dated 13.01.2010, from all the blocks on different issues by distributing the formats on micro planning and CTS at block and cluster level by collection of data on child population, enrollment, out of school on different categories like reason of out of school. After getting orientation from district level, all the BRG & DRG Members are planned to give orientation to block level trainer for impart training at villages and panchayat level. All the intervention head and DPC were also present in the meeting. To track out the entire educational status of the 6-14 years of children a survey namely CTS Validation and Updation 2008-09 & Micro Planning has been conducted in the district. To validated the data & updated the child database of the year 2008-09 one-day

orientation has been provided to all the BRCCs, CRCCs, SIs of Schools regarding how to validate the data in the given format supplied by OPEPA. They have validated 224177 from 6-14 years age group of our district. PROJECT MANAGEMENT: For smooth and successful functioning of the DPO different expenses are made under various heads which include official stationeries, salary of the staffs, hiring of vehicles, contingency, TA, DA to the DPO staff, computers for MIS, expenses on media, telephone charges etc. The detailed expenditure is reflected in the data of

Functions of SSA.

a. Preparatory activities for micro planning, household surveys, studies, community mobilization. School based activities, training and orientation at all level. b. Opening of new primary school and alternative. Schooling facilities like EGS/AID centre. c. Opening of upper primary school. d. Construction of additional class rooms and other facilities. e. Provision of free text books. f. Repair & maintenance of school building. g. Teaching learning equipments for primary schools on up gradation of EGS to regulars school or setting up of new P.S. h. TLE for Upper Primary Schools. i. Provision of school improvement grant. j. Provision of teachers grant. k. Teachers training. l. Opening of SIEMAT. m. Training of community leaders. n. Provision for differently abled children. o. Innovative activity for girls education, early childhood care & education. Interventions for children belonging to SC/ST community. p. Setting up BRCs/CRCs. q. Interventions for out of school children. r. Opening of New PS and alternative schooling facilities like EGS/AIE centre. s. Opening of New UPS. t. Construction of building for New PS & New UPS.

u. Construction of Additional Class Room , Girls Toilet and provision other facilities like drinking water etc. v. Provision of free text book for all school going children. w. Provision for repair & maintenance of school building. x. Provision of TLE for NPS & NUPS. y. Provision of RAMPs for CWSN children. z. Supply of school uniform to all school going girls children. aa. Special provisions for children belonging to SC/ST community under SC/ST education intervention. ab. Introduction of learning enhancement programmes for impressing the learning level of the students. ac. Starting of DISE, CTS and Web Portal under MIS intervention.


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