(An Integrated Scheme for School Education)
(As on 18.11.2020)
Samagra Shiksha – an overarching programme for the school education sector extending from pre-school to class 12 has been, therefore, prepared with the broader goal of improving school effectiveness measured in terms of equal opportunities for schooling and equitable learning outcomes. It subsumes the three Schemes of Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA), Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (RMSA) and Teacher Education (TE).
The scheme envisages the ‘school’ as a continuum from pre-school, primary, upper primary, secondary to Senior Secondary levels. The vision of the Scheme is to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education from pre-school to senior secondary stage in accordance with the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) for Education.
The Scheme will be implemented as a Centrally Sponsored Scheme by the Department through a single State Implementation Society (SIS) at the State level.
THE MAJOR OBJECTIVES OF THE SCHEME ARE
⦁ Provision of quality education and enhancing learning outcomes of students;
⦁ Bridging Social and Gender Gaps in School Education;
⦁ Ensuring equity and inclusion at all levels of school education;
⦁ Ensuring minimum standards in schooling provisions;
⦁ Promoting Vocationalisation of education;
⦁ Support States in implementation of Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) Act, 2009;
⦁ Strengthening and up-gradation of SCERTs/State Institutes of Education and DIET as a nodal agencies for teacher training
THE MAIN OUTCOMES OF THE SCHEME ARE ENVISAGED AS
⦁ Universal Access, Equity and Quality, Promoting Vocationalisation of Education and strengthening of Teacher Education Institutions (TEIs).
⦁ The fund sharing pattern for the scheme between Centre and States is proposed to be in the ratio of 60:40.
⦁ The main emphasis of the Integrated Scheme is on improving quality of school education by focusing on the two T’s – Teacher and Technology.
⦁ The strategy for all interventions under the Scheme would be to enhance the Learning Outcomes at all levels of schooling.
⦁ The scheme proposes to give flexibility to the States to plan and prioritize their interventions within the scheme norms and the overall resource envelope available to them
EDUCATIONAL SCENARIO OF CUTTACK DISTRICT:
(A) Data on Govt. and Govt. Aided Schools :
No of Primary Schools :1235
No of Upper Primary Schools : 676
No of High Schools : 476
No of Higher Secondary Schools : 42
No of Teacher in Primary Schools :4114
No of Teacher in Upper Primary Schools :3834
No of Teacher in Secondary Schools :3765
No of Enrollment in Primary Sections :1,04,873
No of Enrollment in Upper Primary Sections : 75,127
No of Enrollment in Secondary Schools : 54,567
Total No of CWSN Children identified : 5140
Total No of Student Covered under Aadhaar :1,56,085
PTR in Elementary Schools :19
(B) Data on Private and Other Schools:
No of Schools : 552
No of Students :1,03,299
No of Teachers : 6865
|Sl.No||District||Name||E-mail ID||Contact No. of DEO|
|1||Cuttack||Shri Niranjan Behera, O.E.S (I), SBfirstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com||9438179280|
|Sl.No||Block/ULB Name||Name of the BEO||E-mail ID||Contact No. of BEO|
|1||Athagarh||Rudra Narayana Samal (I/C)||firstname.lastname@example.org||9438550540|
|2||Badamba||Sujata priyadarsani Pandaemail@example.com||9861481935|
|3||Banki||Ashok Ku Mohantyfirstname.lastname@example.org||6370664435|
|4||Baranga||Narendra Ku Beheraemail@example.com||9437270408|
|6||Cuttack Sadar||Diptimayee Subhadarshini (I/C)||firstname.lastname@example.org||9437296403|
|7||Dompada||Narendra Ku Behera (I/C)||email@example.com||9437270408|
|8||Kantapada||Krushna Ch. Dixit (I/C)||firstname.lastname@example.org||9861443489|
|10||Narsinghpur||Sujata priyadarsani Pandaemail@example.com||9861481935|
|11||Niali||Bhashkar Chandra Tripathyfirstname.lastname@example.org||9937950027|
|14||Tangi Chowduar||Chandrasekhar Dashemail@example.com||9937468255|
|15||Tigiria||Rudra Narayana Samal (I/C)||firstname.lastname@example.org||9438550540|