NAYAGARH

 

 

                                                                        

                                                   

          Sarva Siksha Abhiyan is being implemented in the district since 2002. The project is basically intended for accelerating the process for realizing the objectives of quality universal Elementary Education. From the inception of the implementation of the project there was inadequate school facility, absence of infrastructure in the school, dearth of reading and writing materials, poor quality of curriculum transaction and lack of  awareness among the parents / guardians for the education of their children. Attempts have been made for both qualitative and quantitative changes in school through SSA Interventions. An operational strategy has been adopted in order to renovate and revitalize the process of education throughout the District. The present report throws light on the steps taken to ensure access quality in elementary education.

AIM & OBJECTIVES OF SARVA SIKSHA ABHIYAN

 v    All children of 6-14 years age group in school or EGS/AIE by 2005.

v    All children to complete 5 years of schooling by 2007.

v    All children to complete 8 years of schooling by 2010.

v    Universal retention by 2010.

v    Emphasis on Elementary Education of satisfactory quality with focus on education for life.

v    Bridge all gender and social category gaps at Primary stage by 2007 and at Upper Primary stage by 2010.  

PROFILE OF NAYAGARH DISTRICT

 

Sl. No.

ITEM

DETAILS

01

Geographical Area

3890 Sq. K.M.

02

Population (2001)

9,00,686

SC

1,26,487

ST

52,962

OC

7,21,237

03

Sub-Division

01

04

Tahasil

04

05

C.D. Block

08

06

N.A.C.

02

07.

Police Station

09

08

Gram Panchayat

179

09

Total Village

(a)   Inhabited

(b)   Un-Inhabited

Total Habitations

1702

1578

124

2657

10

Fire Station

06

11

Total forest area in Sq. K.M. (2001)

2,08,000 Hector

12

Annual Normal Rainfall

1449.1 mm.

13

No. of Hospitals in the District

16

14

Mo. Of Primary Health Centre

32

15

No. of Commercial Bank

14

16

No. of Assembly Constituencies

04

 

17

No. of Parliamentary  Constituencies

02

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION OF THE DISTRICT    


Sl. No.

Educational institutions

No.

01.

Name of the Education Circle

Khurda

02.

No of D.I.of schools

1

03.

No. Of S.I. of Schools

21

04.

No. of Primary Schools (Govt.)

582

05.

No. of Upperr Primary Schools (Govt.)

224

06.

No. of High Schools (having U.P.S)

18

07.

No. of Project Primary Schools

56

08.

No. of Project Upperr Primary Schools

106

09.

No. of Aided Schools  –14 & Private Schools – 93

107

10.

No. of sanctioned post of Teacher

3572

11.

No. of regular teacher in position

2260

12.

No. of Swechhasevi Siksha Sahayak in position

1281

13.

+2 College

29

14.

Degree College

15

15.

‘A’ Degree College

1

16.

‘B’ Degree College

14

17.

ST School

1

18.

Technical Colleges

3

19.

Ashram Schools

1

20.

Kanyashrams

1

21.

Residential school

6

22.

Anganwadi center

865

23.

Existing EGS Centre

522

24.

Primary (EGS)

469

25.

Upperr Primary (EGS)

49

26.

Govt. Run (EGS)

295

27.

N.G.O Run (EGS)

81

28.

A.I.E Centre (Mini EGS)

93

29.

No. of Adolescent Girls Camp

10

30.

No. of E.V

606

31.

Formal school Enrolment

129011

32.

Primary enrolment

99115

33.

Upperr Primary enrolment

29896

34.

Enrolment in EGS/AIE Centres

13471

35.

Total no. of out of school children

10252

36.

No. of ECCE Centre

117

37.

 No. Of BRCC sanctioned

23

38.

No. Of BRCC in position

08

39.

No. Of Additional BRCC

20

40.

No. Of CRCC sanctioned

127

41.

No. Of CRCC in position

68

DATA ON POPULATION  

Population:  Census: 2001

Total

Male

Female

900686

464844

435842

ST Population

Total

Male

Female

52962

26856

26106

SC Population

Total

Male

Female

125840

64465

61375

Child Population: Orissa Child Census 2005 (5+ to 10+)

Total

Male

Female

102373

53671

48702

ST Child Population

Total

Male

Female

7363

3879

3484

SC Child Population

Total

Male

Female

17673

9362

8311

Child Population: Orissa Child Census 2005 (10+ to 13+)

Total

Male

Female

35263

18385

16878

ST Child Population

Total

Male

Female

1881

962

919

SC Child Population

Total

Male

Female

4882

2545

2337

Literacy Rate:

Total

Male

Female

70.5%

82.7%

57.6%

Gender gap (Gap between Male & Female literacy rate): - 25.1%

                                        

EDUCATIONAL INDICATORS

SL. NO.

INDICATORS

LEVEL

TOTAL

01

Repetition Rate

Primary

7.3

 

 

Upper Primary

3.1

02

Drop Out Rate

Primary

2.45

 

 

Upper Primary

10.37

03

Gross Enrolment Ratio

Primary

99.7

 

 

Upper Primary

116.0

04

Net Enrolment Ratio

Primary

81.6

 

 

Upper Primary

69.0

05

Transition Rate

Primary

79.26

  

Decentralized Planning Process Under SSA: - 

SSA, Nayagarh envisages the bottom up approach of planning instead of top down approach in decentralized manner. The planning process has been participatory which creates a sense of ownership among the stakeholders.

            The plans are developed through consultative meetings and interaction with the community at various levels.  

Management Information System: -           

            MIS has been playing a key role in the Sarva Siksha Abhiyan in managing information better and catering the operational needs of the programme. Its statistical system covering various social and economic sectors. Various data are being collected, computerized & compiled in a systematic process through Educational Management Information System (EMIS), Project Management Information System (PMIS) & District Information System of Education (DISE) for effective planning, monitoring & administration.

Achievements

 ACCESS

            Since inception of the project Sarva Siksha Abhiyan achieved a lot in the field of elementary education.

SSA provides access to the out of school children in the form of education guarantee scheme, many other strategies under alternative & innovative education & by opening of project Primary & Project Upper Primary School. For which the Out of School Children came down to 10252 from 21205. Some of the steps taken by SSA, Nayagarh are as follows.

v     No. of Project Primary Schools opened                        :           56 nos.

v     No. of Project Upper Primary Schools opened             :           106 nos.

v     No. of EGS Centre opened                                          :           425 nos.

v     No. of AIE Centre opened                                           :           93 nos.

v     No. of ECCE Centres  opened                         :           117 nos.

ENROLMENT            

SSA includes various enrolment drive programmes as a result the enrolment position gradually increases year wise. The current status of enrolment given below. 

Sl. No.

Activities for enrolment of the children

Before S.S.A

Achievements of S.S.A

01.

Total no. of Student enrollment in Pry. School

97891

99115

02.

Total no. of Student enrollment in U.P. school

25000

29896

03.

Total no. of Student enrollment in Project Pry. School

NIL

1400

04.

Total no. of Student enrollment in Project U.P. school

NIL

2650

05.

Total no. of Student enrollment in EGS Centre 

NIL

14100

06.

Total no. of Student enrollment in AIE Centre 

NIL

2141

07.

Total Adolescent Girls provided schooling facility

NIL

86

08.

Total Pre school children enrolled AWC/ECCE Centre

NIL

1898

09.

Tracking of in school & out of school children data

Information collected in unstructured way

Through a structure format like DISE, House Hold Survey, Child Census, Cohort & VER

RETENTION

Sl. No.

Activities for retention of the children

Before S.S.A

Achievements of S.S.A

01.

Preparation of Work Book for children

No work book facilities

Work Book & practice activities for the children in Text Book

02.

Training to teacher for better teaching

No scope for training

20 days training in every year on different issues of classroom.

03.

Supplementary materials for teachers

No such provision

Supply of AROHA, SANKALPA, BARNALI, JYOTI, MEENA etc.

04.

Programme for Community involvements

Less interaction

Constitution of PTA/VEC/MTA & training Programme

05.

Integrated Education for disadvantage groups (SC/ST/Girls/ Disabled)

Less focus

Organization of special Programme

(i) Identified Disabled Children – 3129 nos. (ii) Aids and Appliances procured from ALIMCO & distributed to 228 nos. of disabled students (Tricycle 47,Wheelchair 50, Blind stick 23, Hearing aid 66, AFO-19, KAFO-13, Surgical shoes 3,L.S. Belt-1,Taylor’s Brace-1, Elbow Case-01)

 (iii) 982 nos. of Parents oriented on home management and maintenance of Aids & Appliances.

(iv) 25 nos. of Theme based Programme conducted at the Cluster level

07.

Tracking of school & subject wise performance of the children

 

Through Learning Achievement Tracking System & implementation of Cumulative Record Card (Progress Card) for each student.

08.

Girls Education

 

All Teachers trained on Gender Sensitization for 5 days.

MTA members trained on their roles & duties towards schools.

Remedial coaching center opened to improve poor performing student  among girls

School Uniform supplied to all girls at primary and elementary level during 2005-06.

Different VIDEO shows on MEENA Series.

Various MTA encouragement Programme conducted.

 

09.

MEDIA

 

 

Publication of Quarterly News letter “SANKALPA

Stall has opened in “Nayagarh Mahostava” – 2005 & “Nayagarh Pustak Mela”.every year.

Distribution of SSA Calendar.

10.

EGS & AIE

 

 

All the Education volunteers of the EGS & AIE centers paid their honorarium upto June 2006

Centre contingencies & TLM provided to all the centers.

 

11.

COMMUNITY MOBILIZATION

 

 

 

VEC/MTA encouragement Programmes conducted every year.

198 batches of VEC training conducted.

MTA training conducted on their roles & responsibilities.

GP level awareness generation programme conducted.

Organization of Prabesh Utsav in all schools & EGS centres.

 

Construction of Child Friendly Element Distribution of Free Text Book
Awareness Programme in SC & ST pockets       Distribution of Aids & Appliances to disabled  children
 
     ECCE Centres under SSA Inauguration of Newsletter “SANKALPA
          PRABESH UTSAV Construction of School Building

ChildCensus2005                                                                

Adolescent Girls Camp