SAMAGRA SHIKSHA MISSION

Primary Schools : 1942

High Schools : 47

Upper Primary Schools : 220

Higher Secondary Schools : 214

Jr. High Madrasah : 11

High Madrasah : 11

Higher Secondary Madrasah : 50

Senior Madrasah : 10

SSK : 610

MSK : 108

Model Schools : 06

Integrated School : 01

EDUCATIONAL INDICATOR

  1. 2016-17
    • Pry
      • GER : 130.35
      • NER : 119.14
      • PTR : 31 
    • Upry
      • GER : 96.03
      • NER : 77.94
      • PTR : 53
  2. 2017-18
    • Pry
      • GER : 133.19
      • NER : 122.26
      • PTR : 22 
    • Upry
      • GER : 90.78
      • NER : 75.83
      • PTR : 63
  3. 2018-19
    • Pry
      • GER : 133.69
      • NER : 90.78
      • PTR : 31 
    • Upry
      • GER : 122.26
      • NER : 75.83
      • PTR : 58

Samagra Shiksha Abhiyan

It subsumes the three Schemes of Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA), Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (RMSA) and Teacher Education (TE).

Major Focus

  • Focus on Quality Education.
  • Strengthening of Schools.
  • Focus on Digital Education.
  • Focus on Girls’ Education.
  • Focus on Skill Development.

Focus on Quality of Education

  • Emphasis on improvement of Learning Outcomes
  • Enhanced Capacity Building of Teachers.
  • Annual Grant per school for strengthening of Libraries

 

Quality of Education

  • Enhanced focus on improving quality of education by focus on the two T’s – Teachers and Technology
  • Outcome oriented allocation of resources.
  • Emphasis on Rastriya Abhiskar Abhiyan (RAA).
  • Partnership between Schools or Twining of Schools.
  • Exposure Visit of School Students.

Focus on Digital Education

  • Enhanced use of digital technology in education through smart classrooms, digital boards
  • Strengthening of ICT infrastructure in schools from upper primary to higher secondary level.

                       

Strengthening of Schools

  • Emphasis on consolidation of schools for improvement of quality
  • Composite school grant increased and to be allocated on the basis of school enrolment.
  • Specific provision for Nirmal activities – support ‘Nirmal Vidyalaya’.

 

Focus on Girl Education

  • Empowerment of girls
  • Upgradation of KGBV hostels from Class 5 - 8 to Class 5-12 .
  • Self-defense training for girls from upper primary to higher secondary stage.

Focus on Inclusion

  • Allocation for uniforms.
  • Allocation for textbooks.
  • Allocation for Children with Special Needs (CWSN) CWSN benefits includes Transport allowance , Escort allowance, Reader Allowance, stipend for Girls and Aids and Appliances for deserving students.
  • Transport Allowance and Residential Hostel facility for children of unserved habitations.