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Sarva Siksha Abhiyan

INTRODUCTION

 

Sarva Siksha Abhiyan ( SSA ) is the comprehensive & integrated flagship programme of Government of

India to attain Universal Elementary Education in the country in a mission mode. SSA aims to provide useful

& relevant education to all children in the     6-14   age groups by 2010.

Objectives of SSA In General               

1.      all children in the school either in formal schools, or in EGS or in A.I.E , by 2003.

2.      all children should complete five years of primary education by 2007.

3.      all children should complete elementary  education by 2010.

4.      focus on elementary education of satisfactory quality with emphasis on education for life.

5.      bridge all gender & social category gaps at primary stage by 2007 &

6.      Universal retention by 2010.

Block Resource Centre

BRC acts as a link between STS and CRC. It will be a forum where the CRCs will meet and interact with

each other and share their experiences. The difficulties faced at the CRCs Level will be solved at BRC. 09

BRCs are in place the District one for each Block. Further it will provide guidance and technical support to

153 CRCs and will also monitor and evaluate the functioning of CRCs. The BRC will be providing with

office building, library facilities, furniture, equipment and resources  groups. The BRC will have

residential facilities.

The functions of the BRCCs are as follows:   

·              To Provide academic, technical support and guidance to CRCCs

·              To act as a field Laboratory of DRG for testing training materials development at the District Level.

·              To develop locally relevant materials.

·              To conduct research activities at the Block Level on Block specific issues.

·              To organize orientation Program for teachers, other functionaries under the guidance of DRG members.

·              To monitor the functioning of the Schools.

·              To participate in the monthly meetings of CRCCs.

·              To hold monthly meeting at BRC for review of academic progress and implementation of

Programmed Activities.

·              To develop and supply TLM

·              To document & disseminate the information.

·              To organize seminars discussion workshop.

 Cluster Resource Center

            The Cluster resource centre coordinators will be  the main pillars of the SSA activities as they

have regular contacts with the community members,VECs &Teachers.

            The main area of activities of the CRCCs are

·              To provide the pedagogical support to the Schools.

·              To maintain a cluster level data base.

·              To identify the cluster level issues.

·              To conduct school based research studies.

·              To develop local specific, activity based, low cost TLMs at cluster levels.

·              To prepare innovative procedures in streamlining the out of school children.

Civil Works

Civil works have a unique place in the Program as it aims at improving the School environment as well

as retention of the learners. When 33% of the total estimated cost of the Program will be spent towards

civil works much care and due attentions is to be paid for its best utilization with transparency. For

this purpose the project emphasizes on community participation and cooperation in carrying out the civil

works on decentralized manner. The guiding principles for the control of the civil works will be:

·        Timely completion of the purposed works to avoid cost over runs and time over runs.

·        Proper utilization of allocated funds.

·        Quality insurance in each work.

 

To universalize the Elementary Education under the SSA norms & Guidelines Kendrapara District has

following  objectives :

 

·        To achieve 100% Enrollment target for  the age group 6-14.

·        To ensure retention of enrolled children till the completion of Upper Primary Education.

·        To improve the quality of  Education.

·        To reduce the rate of Drop Out to 0%.

·        To encourage VEC Participation in the School Management.

·        To ensure a balanced  PTR.

·        To ensure educational facilities to the children of inaccessible area.

·        To improve the  school  environment.

·        To strengthen the pre school activities through ECCE.

·        To create a conducive environment for children with special need.

·        To provide new Schooling facilities to the students.

·        To provide the educational facilities to international migratory population.

Keeping those objectives in mind Kendrapara district has prepared ten years prospective plan for the

district . This is the fourth year of preparation of Annual Work Plan in the district  keeping the Prospective

Plan in mind. But the initial objective is no more remained same because as time goes the new areas

of weaknesses are coming to picture & accordingly we are setting new objectives to achieve UEE.

For example at the time of implementation of the project in Kendrapara district the main objective

is to increase enrollments but time has come where our major objective is  going to be  maintaining the

quality in education. Access is no more any problem in the district.

EDUCATIONAL PROFILE

Administrative Structure

Number

No. of Sub Division

1

No. of  Tahasils

                                                                       8

No . of Blocks

                                                                      9

No of  Gram  Panchayats

230

No. of NAC s

1

No . of Municipality

                                                                      1

No of Revenue  Villages

1507

No  of Police Sations

7

No. of Inspector of Schools

1

No. of District Inspector of Schools

2

No. of Sub-Inspector of Schools

33

No of BRCC Engaged

10

No of CRCC Engaged

139

No. of Govt. Primary Schools

1018

No. of Govt. Upper Primary Schools

434

No. of Aided Schools

119

No. of Pvt. Unaided Schools

237

No. of TRW Schools

9

No. Unrecognized Schools

26

No of  ECCE  Centres

99( SSA+ NPEGEL-2)

No. of  AWCs

1064

No. of High Schools

324

No. of +2 Colleges

12

No. of Vocational Colleges

2

No. of ST Schools

2

No. of Teachers

4602

Child Population 6 – 14 Yrs

240907

Out of School Children

7803

Total Enrollment of General Students .

Pry

119550

UP

46720

Total Enrollment of SC Students .

Pry

40865

UP

2935

Total Enrollment of ST Students .

Pry

1422

UP

155

Total Enrollment .

Pry

161837

49810

211647

No. of EGS Centre

Pry

500

UP

17

Total E.Vs Engaged (Pry)

Pry

632

UP

32

Total Enrollment (EGS)

Pry

21002

UP

455

Pre-school Education:

            Pre School Education plays an important role in setting a base for Elementary Education. It

creates conductive atmosphere in developing readinessfor Elementary Education. The Woman and

Child Development Department is imparting pre schooling education through 1064 nos. of Anganwadi

Centres under I.C.D.S project in rural areas covering 9 blocks with beneficiaries numbering 32118 in

the age group 40494.

PROGRESS OVERVIEW

Intervention for out of School Children

Ø      Number of EGS Centres opened( Primary)                       -         ----      499

Ø      Number of EGS Centres opened( U.P)                            -           ----        19

Ø      Number of EVs Engaged                                                 -            ----     712

Ø      Number of Students Enrolled                                           -           ----  21457

Free Text Books

Ø      Text books has been distributed to General  Girls students, all SC students & all ST students of Govt Primary as well as Upper Primary Schools.                                  

Innovative Activities

ECCE

Ø      Training to AWWs on Arunima module is completed.

         Target for the year 2004-05 – 1022

         Achievements    - 1022

Ø      Training to BRG on Pre-schooling completed

         Target for the year 2004-05 – 132

         Achievements    - 132

Ø          District Level Gender Coordination Committee meeting is completed.

Girls Education

Ø           MTA training is completed. The meeting was attended by  11084 numbers of participants.

Ø           Training to BRG on MTA is also completed.

Children with Special Needs

Ø      Five days BRG orientation on IED . Number of Participants is 45.

Ø      One day Theme based Camp. Number of Participant is 2160 in 27 venues.

Ø      One day Parent counseling on IED. Number of Participant is 1080 in 27 venues.

Ø       Distribution of Aids & Appliances. Number of Participant is 2850 in 9 venues

Ø      3 days Speech therapy Training for Hearing impaired children. Number of Participant is 100 in 5 venues

Ø      One day Orientation of AWW on I.E.D

Ø      Five days Teachers training on I.E.D block wise.

Ø      Supply of spectacles to low vision children.

Ø      Observetion of World Disabled day. Number of participants is 56.

Ø      Necessary steps are taken to strengthen the Special schools.

Maintenance Grant

Ø      1592 Schools have received the Maintenance grants against the target of 1909.

Management & MIS

Ø      Complete the Orissa Child Census 2005.

Ø      This year MIS completed CTS Validation & Updation Programme for 2006.

Research & Evaluation

Ø      Planning

o       Educational Development Plan completed in 3 G.Ps along with micro-planning.

o       Preparation of AWP & Budget for 05-06.

Ø      Research & Evaluation

o       Conduct of Shishu Utsab at district level.

o       Conduct of State level TLM workshop.

o       5 Days workshop on Question paper preparation. The total numbers of participants are 34.

o       Conduct of annual Primary common Examination.

o       Consolidating the result through LATS of 1572 Schools

o       Publication of News letters highlighting the success stories of SSA Kendrapara.

o       Gradation of Schools as per School Categorization formats. The numbers of Schools covered are 1655.

o       DISE in 1814 Schools are completed in the district.

School Grant

Ø      Number of Schools received the S.I.G grant is 1592 against of 1909 Schools.

Teachers Training

Ø      Number of SSS Engaged                                                 -            ----            1013

Ø      Number of Teachers Trained (Udaya Package)              -            ----            1561

Ø      Number of Teachers Trained (Unmesh Package)            -            ----            1981

Ø      Number of SSS Trained (Jagruti Package)                      -            ----              839

Ø      Number of CRCCs Trained(Sanjojika-II)                           -           ----             143

Ø      Number of Resource persons Trained at DIET                 -            ----               86

Community Mobilization

Ø      Number of VEC Trained                                                 -             ----           3104

 

NUMBER OF E.G.S. CENTRES AND EDUCATION VOLUNTEERS IN POSITION (BOTH BY GOVT. AND NGO-RUN)
Sl. No. Name of the Block Govt EGS Centres E.V.s Engaged in Govt. EGS Centres NGO EGS Centres E.Vs Engaged in NGO EGS Centres
Primary Upper Primary Total Primary Upper Primary Total Primary Upper Primary Total Primary Upper Primary Total
1 AUL 17   17 20   20            
2 DERABISH 48   48 49   49 18   18 25   25
3 GARADPUR 27   27 27   27 39   39 56   56
4 KENDRAPARA 22   22 23   23 36 4 40 46 7 53
5 MARSHAGHAI 21 2 23 22 4 26            
6 MAHAKALPADA 46 2 48 64 4 68 45   45 70   70
7 PATTAMUNDAI 21   21 25   25 24   24 29   29
8 RAJNAGAR 96 8 104 128 15 143            

 

TYPE OF SCHOOLS IN THE DISTRICT,SSA,KENDRAPARA (DISE-2005-06)

  Department of Education Tribal Wellfare Department Local Body
Name of the Block PS

PS&

UPS

PS,UPS

&

High Sch.

UPS

UPS&

High Sch.

Total PS

PS&

UPS

PS,UPS

&

High Sch.

UPS

UPS&

High Sch.

Total PS

PS&

UPS

PS,UPS

&

High Sch.

UPS

UPS&

High Sch.

Total
AUL 106 52 0 13 2 173 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
DERABISH 123 44 1 9 5 182 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
GARADAPUR 97 31 0 12 4 144 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
KENDRAPARA 109 46 0 6 4 165 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 1
MAHAKALPARA 98 71 0 15 0 184 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
MARSHAGHAI 84 44 0 6 4 138 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
PATTAMUNDAI 125 51 1 12 0 189 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
RAJKANIKA 109 42 1 11 2 165 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
RAJANAGAR 126 41 0 13 2 182 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
KENDRAPARA MUNICIPALITY 25 4 0 3 3 35 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2
PATTAMUNDAI N.A.C 16 8 1 0 1 26 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total 1018 434 4 100 27 1583 7 2 0 0 0 9 0 1 0 1 1 3

 

  Private Aided Private Unaided All Total
Name of the Block PS

PS&

UPS

PS,UPS

&High Sch.

UPS

UPS&

High Sch.

Total PS

PS&

UPS

PS,UPS

&

High Sch.

UPS

UPS&

High Sch.

Total PS

PS&

UPS

PS,UPS

&

High Sch.

UPS

UPS&

High Sch.

Total
AUL 0 0 0 5 1 6 5 4 0 7 0 16 112 57 0 25 3 197
DERABISH 0 0 0 2 1 3 7 5 1 9 0 22 130 49 2 20 6 207
GARADAPUR 0 0 0 2 1 3 4 3 0 5 1 13 101 34 0 19 6 160
KENDRAPARA 0 1 1 8 1 11 7 1 0 5 0 13 118 48 1 19 6 192
MAHAKALPARA 0 0 0 11 0 11 6 3 0 14 0 23 105 74 0 40 0 219
MARSHAGHAI 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 0 6 0 11 89 45 0 12 4 150
PATTAMUNDAI 1 0 0 6 0 7 2 0 0 7 0 9 129 52 1 25 0 207
RAJKANIKA 1 0 0 2 0 3 3 1 0 12 0 16 113 43 1 25 2 184
RAJANAGAR 0 0 0 6 2 8 2 0 0 10 3 15 128 41 0 29 7 205
KENDRAPARA MUNICIPALITY 6 3 0 0 0 9 4 6 1 3 0 14 35 14 1 7 3 60
PATTAMUNDAI N.A.C 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 2 2 0 5 17 9 3 2 2 33
Total 8 4 1 42 7 62 44 25 4 80 4 157 1077 466 9 223 39 1814

Source : SSA, Kendrapara

 

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