Samaja ad for Sikshya Sahayaka positions in Odisha

11 comments January 5th, 2010

PIB report: “Unspent amount in Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan

Following is from http://pib.nic.in/release/release.asp?relid=33297.

State-wise details of  Central funds released during the years 2004-05, 2005-06, 2006-07 & 2007-08 under Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan(SSA) and unspent balance available with State/UTs as on 31.03.2007 is given at Annexure. Unspent balances remaining out of SSA grants at the end of a financial year are adjusted in grants payable in next financial year.

            ANNEXURE

           

State-wise Central funds released during the years 2004-05, 2005-06, 2006-07 and 2007-08 upto November 2007 alongwith unspent balances brought forward as on 31.03.2007

(Rupees in lakh)

Sl.

No.

Name of the State

 2004-05

 2005-06

 2006-07

2007-08

(upto 15.11.07)

Unspent balance as on 31.03.07

1

Andhra Pradesh

28000

37999

46245.56

18100.00

3403.80

2

Arunachal Pradesh

3009

4442.51

7143.74

2845.10

1418.67

3

Assam

20654

13850

51464.72

2838.90

16602.33

4

Bihar

31970.56

32399.56

107744.39

81200.96

12338.15

5

Chhattisgarh

20786.76

30184.39

50182.2

26462.58

4590.54

6

Goa

0

728.12

724.12

421.54

0.00

7

Gujarat

14072

15084.84

14806.97

12422.16

550.54

8

Haryana

12881.55

10196.55

25647.12

11150.00

4349.17

9

Himachal Pradesh

6144

7614.66

6250.75

3715.00

371.59

10

Jammu & Kashmir

7747.18

18530.65

22083.37

3000.00

1113.84

11

Jharkhand

16568.5

28568.5

51515

38309.99

2948.51

12

Karnataka

26280.7

28303.78

54206.98

22161.34

506.11

13

Kerala

8939

5939

6382

5137.60

0.00

14

Madhya Pradesh

44608.919

77173.12

110879.68

31688.87

11607.48

15

Maharashtra

35489.79

50235.31

52158.56

16832.18

10541.55

16

Manipur

1225

3208.44

9.24

0.00

170.42

17

Meghalaya

2930.81

1921

4294

2359.63

2304.29

18

Mizoram

3300.24

2559.15

3441.69

1210.00

0.00

19

Nagaland

2088.49

2323.01

2315.2

885.00

2824.31

20

Orissa

21807.27

32792.5

44010.95

27457.43

10223.33

21

Punjab

3040

14683.89

12879.92

3500.00

1047.82

22

Rajasthan

23549.397

60313.43

75809.82

50633.00

980.49

23

Sikkim

1000.25

1062.5

402.14

99.72

448.03

24

Tamil Nadu

26517

35329.53

37329.65

22808.15

26.14

25

Tripura

4703.96

7070.19

5330.01

1188.63

436.90

26

Uttar Pradesh

87761

182799

206654

85885.00

35027.97

27

Uttarakhand

9144.705

10004

16934

4943.69

3728.15

28

West Bengal

46024.36

34199.79

61736.8

44162.24

3414.74

29

A & N Islands

272.58

163

419.62

50.00

204.37 

30

Chandigarh

447.95

350

300

634.95

255.54

31

Dadra & N. Haveli

111.91

0

100

25.00

24.94

32

Daman & Diu

0

111.91

 

247.15

33

Delhi

0

1100

4230.24

1499.98

0.00

34

Lakshadweep

12.03

0

87.47

 

131.95

35

Pondicherry

225.53

529.4

286.68

243.71

Total

511314.441

751770.73

1083719.9

523915.32

132132.53

This information was given by Shri M.M.A Fatmi, Minister of Human Resources Development in the Lok Sabha today in a written reply to a question by Shri Raghuveer Singh Koshal.

Add comment November 27th, 2007

Sarba Siksha Abhijan related positions in Jagatsinghpur district: Ad in Samaja

1 comment October 28th, 2007

Orissa plans to include class IX and X in Sarba Siksha Abhiyan

Following is Sambada’s take on it.

Add comment September 20th, 2007

Sarva Siksha Abhiyan : Steps in Orissa and Delhi

Following are excerpts from  a report in NDTV.

The government is likely to re-orient Sarva Siksha Abhiyan (SSA), the flagship programme of Human Resource Development (HRD) Ministry, into a National Mission for Quality Elementary Education.

A decision to transform SSA into a national mission with specific monitorable target is likely to be taken by the Planning Commission meeting on higher education under the chairmanship of Prime Minister. …

The meeting will also consider a proposal to enact a law to provide compulsory quality education to children of 6-14 years of age, with joint funding from the Centre and states.

The Commission will take a view on the proposal to revamp the National Literacy Mission and introduce Lifelong Education and Awareness Programme.

Following are excerpts from a report in Asian Age on Orissa’s plans.

The Orissa government on Wednesday decided to provide Rs 500 crores in the coming supplementary budget for widening of the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan programme in the state.

This was decided after a review meeting held here …

It was found that the at least 40,000 teacher posts are lying vacant in various primary and high schools. The chief minister asked the department officials to fill up the vacant posts on war footing.

The long standing demand for establishment at least one high school in each gram panchayat was discussed in the meeting. It was resolved that 1,119 gram panchayats — which do not have high schools — will soon get new high schools. Middle english schools in all these gram panchayats will be upgraded as high schools, the meeting decided. Mr Patnaik also stressed the need for increasing the literacy rate in the state. 

Add comment September 13th, 2007

MHRD links English with Computers and suggest teaching of English to start in Class III

Hindustan Times reports on this. Following are some excerpts.

The HRD Ministry has proposed that English learning should be made mandatory for all students from class III to enhance their computer learning skills and for better chances of employment.

For the first time, HRD Ministry and Planning Commission has linked English learning with computer education. In a bid to introduce computer education in all the government schools from upper primary level, the government wants that English should be taught from class III. …

The government in the 11th Five-Year Plan wants that schools getting fund under Sarva Siksha Abhiyan should introduce English. The final decision rests with the state governments, as education is a state subject, the official said. “From our consultation with the state governments it appears that they are not adverse to the idea,” an official said.

Under the plan, the National Council for Educational Research and Training (NCERT) will prepare training modules for the teachers on English to be taught at the primary level. “We want to cover all government school students under the Information, Communication and Training (ICT) programme and that cannot happen without adequate knowledge of English,” he said.

Some states like Andhra Pradesh have already introduced English as a compulsory subject from class I.

With the Centre stressing on improving employability of students passing from public schools, the ministry expects other states to follow the suit. The government is willing to provide additional funds for ICT at primary level, if the states make English as a mandatory.

 

Add comment July 27th, 2007

Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan ad with statistics (by the central government)

sarba-sikshya.jpg

 

Add comment July 11th, 2007

Sarva Siksha Abhiyan: EGS (Education Guarantee Scheme) and its follow-up

Quoting from http://ssa.nic.in/ssaframework/

Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan is an effort to universalise elementary education by community-ownership of the school system. It is a response to the demand for quality basic education all over the country. The SSA programme is also an attempt to provide an opportunity for improving human capabilities to all children, through provision of community-owned quality education in a mission mode.

EGS is one of schemes that has been used for the above effort. Now that the central govt has asked some aspects of EGS to be changed the Orissa government plans to develop an alternative. The following article in Samaja elaborates on a proposal that is under consideration.

2007 07 07 EGS Biju SJ.jpg

Add comment July 7th, 2007


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