Annual Work Plan & Budget
(2014-15)
SSA-RTE
Manipur
Project Approval Board Meeting
20th February, 2014
Audit Para
• Compliance of Audit observations
awaited for 2005-06, 2006-07 and also
for 2008-09 to 2011-12.
CHALLENGES
EDUCATIONAL INDICATORS :
• The retention rate at primary level is only 63.
The lowest retention rate is (48) in Imphal
East district, where the girls’ retention rate
is 47.
• The ST drop-out rate is 15% and Muslim
drop-out rate is 17% in one year.
• The overall dropout rate is 9%. In 3 districts
e.g. Urukul(21%), Amenglong(18%), &
Senapati(13%), the drop-out rate is very
Contd…
high.
CHALLENGES
Access:
•
State is too slow in completing the analysis of
GIS mapping. State completed the mapping in
2011-12 and state committed to complete
analysis of report of the exercise, that is to find
out actual status of habitations as per walking
distance for setting up schools in 2012-13. So
far state has completed the analysis for
habitations requiring Upper primary facility.
State needs to complete the entire exercise
soon so that state can assess need of different
access facilities as per need across the state.
Contd…
CHALLENGES
Out of School Children:
•
•
•
•
State has no Drop out definition.
State has not yet initiated identification of
disadvantaged groups like Migrants and
others.
State has identified Urban deprived only in
capital city and that too in 2011-12.Up dated
data is not available.
VER was not found in schools visited by MI
in Chandel and Imphal west districts
Contd…
CHALLENGES
QUALITY :
• Students and teachers attendance is an issue.
Manipur was not included in the Study conducted
during 2006-7
Students
Attendance
Primary
2012-13
67.1
Teachers
78.4
Attendance
Upper Primary
2012-13
68.3
Less than
national
average 77.8
81.7
Just as per
national
average 81.3
Contd…
CHALLENGES
QUALITY :
• The State has 151 schools with adverse PTR and
6392 surplus teachers and 176 single teacher
schools. However the State PTR is good. It is There
is a need to look in to the issue of teacher
redeployment.
Sl.No.
Schools
Surplus Single State PTR
with
Teachers Teacher
Adverse
School
PTR
Primary
149
5813
174
1:19
Upper
Primary
2
579
2
1:31
Contd…
CHALLENGES
QUALITY :
• There are large number untrained teachers (7157) in the
State. Last time sanction was given for the training of
2700 teachers whose approval was given by NCTE.
Remaining 4457 teachers are yet to be trained. However,
out of these 2233 teachers does not posses basic
qualifications as per NCTE norms i.e. 45% marks in 12th
class. State needs to identify theses teachers before
getting them trained.
• The State has 35 block and 225 CRCs. State has appointed
210 BRPs and 350 CRPs. All the BRPs, and CRPs are on
contractual basis whereas as per FMP (Financial
Management Procurement) norms the BRC and CRCs
have to be senior teachers on regular basis.
• State has large number of vacancies (more than 50%) in
SCERT and DIETS. There is need to fill up these vacancies
so as to get academic support to bring in quality. Contd…
CHALLENGES
QUALITY :
•
•
•
Revision of textbooks and curriculum has been done by the
Board of Secondary Education Manipur. Since it is function of
SCERT being an academic body, the State may like to relook in to
this aspect.
MI reported that in 10 ( ten) sample schools i.e. Bonglikuki
Primary School, Heibunglok Primary School, PurumTampak High
School, ThabiKeithel Primary School, YamolchingKuki Primary
School(Karyam), AimolNgairong Upper Primary School, Moreh
Ward No. 7 Primary School (CananVeng), The Khoibu Govt. Junior
High School, Yangoupokpi Primary School and Yangoutubi
Primary Schools have no Black-Boards in the classroom.
In the 40 sample schools, the total number of teachers in position
were181 (Male-92, Female-89). Majority of the sample schools had
vacant post of teachers. Specialized teachers were also not
available in each class for teaching Science, Mathematics and
Languages separately. The total numbers of trained teachers in
the sample schools were 68 (male-23, female-45).
Contd…
CHALLENGES
MI Report on Quality
• Most of the schools do not have proper blackboard facility in the
elementary schools.
• None of the sample schools visited have library facilities in the
school.
• Majority of the sample schools have adequate classroom
furniture and the present infrastructures in the classrooms are in
average conditions.
• None of the sample schools have proper lightning and
ventilation facilities, child friendliness.
• Majority of the school do not have drop out students.
• Majority of the sample schools had vacant post of teachers.
• Specialized teachers were also not available in each class for
teaching Science, Mathematics and Languages separately.
• Majority of the sample schools visited used local dialect as the
medium of instruction and local dialect is also translated
including Manipuri during teaching-learning process Contd…
as and
when required for better understanding.
CHALLENGES
Inclusive Education :
• The State has adequate trained manpower (98
resource persons in pla)e for IE. The State also
has 110 volunteers for 518 HBE CWSN. The ratio
is 1:5. Rather than having such huge manpower,
the State should clearly rationalise the existing
RPs and use them for school and home visits.
Moreover the State should build the capacities
of the regular teachers on inclusive teaching as
8158 CWSN are enrolled in schools. The
Appraisal Team has not recommended any IE
volunteers.
Contd…
CHALLENGES
School Infrastructure: Civil works
• Out of Rs.14197.43 lakhs spill over works approved
during 2013-14 State has shown a spill over of
Rs.5783.83 lakhs for 2014-15.
• Large number of PS (545 and 3), UPS (91 and 65 not
taken up) and ACRs (1024 and 1029 not taken up)are
in progress for which 20% funds are to be approved
as deferred liability for PS & UPS and 100% funds
for ACRs. Deferred liability for 2014-15 is about Rs.
123.00 crore.
• The certificate for individual buildings has not been
obtained from the District Collectors. However land
availability certificate for the building proposed has
been furnished by the State Project Director
alongwith the list of buildings proposed.
Contd…
CHALLENGES
KGBV
• State needs to do actual compliance with respect to
recommendations of KGBV evaluation team, particularly in the
areas of safety, security of girls, enrollment of marginalized
groups like Kukki tribes and NGO monitoring so that they are
secular in their approach.
• There should not be access to male in KGBV premises and due
care should be taken for security of Girls. Close supervision
and monitoring required at all level.
• The pace of construction work is slow. 10 buildings out of a
total of 11 KGBV buildings are still to be completed. Rent for
the buildings would be sanctioned subject to States
commitment to complete all the buildings before the next
academic session. State must also set up a regular monitoring
mechanism for ensuring quality of construction as per norms
• State is yet to notify KGBVs as Government schools.
Contd…
CHALLENGES
Girls Education
• Over all major educational indicators the
educational participation of girls in terms of their
enrolment shares, retention and transition etc are
improving. But the drop out rate of girls at primary
level is 9.17% and at Upper primary level is 6.84%
which is quite high. State should take initiatives
and build strategies to work against the root cause
to prevent dropout among girls at early stages and
mainstream them through the different strategies
under the ambit of SSA.
Contd…
KGBV
Action Taken Report on Observations of Evaluation Team for KGBVs.
Sl no
Issues
1
The KGBVs in Manipur
do not cater to out of
school/ never enrolled
girls, but enrolling
school going girls in
the KGBVs primarily
on
grounds
of
economic constraints
of
their
families
despite the fact that
state has large number
of out of school girls.
Identification
of
students is done in an
ad-hoc
manner.
Network of the church
had been used to
enroll
girls
and
consequently
there
were girls from other
blocks/ Districts.
Action Taken
 Deputy
Commissioners/
Chairperson, District Board of
Education who are also the
Chairman of the Management
Committee for KGBVs in their
respective districts have enrolled
girls in the Academic Session
2014 which started in February
who are
(i) Unable to go to regular schools
(ii) Out of school girls in the 10+ age
group who are unable to
complete primary school and
(iii) Girls of migratory populations.
 Residential and Non-Residential
Special Trainings are provided to
newly identified Girls falling
under the category for further
enrollment.
Comments
No specific /
targeted
action on the
enrollment of
girls
of
specific
groups like
cookies who
migrated
frequently.
Contd…
KGBV
Action Taken Report on Observations of Evaluation Team for KGBVs.
Sl no
Issues
2
It is a matter of serious
concern that Male teachers
and staffs stay on campus
and
have
unrestricted
access to the living area of
the girls.
3
The
role
of
religious
organizations needs to be
checked
and
State
Government should make
efforts to identify NGOs that
work with all communities
in a non- discriminatory and
secular manner. Each KGBV
may be verified individually
to ensure the secular
character of the school
along with provision of
other basic infrastructure.
Action Taken
Male Teachers who were hired
temporarily by the Management
Committee have been discontinued
in KGBVs. Process for recruitment
of Female Teaching and NonTeaching Staffs who possesses
educational
qualification
laid
prescribed by NCTE is being taken
up through the DC/Chairman, DBE.
All KGBVs in the State are secular
in nature and no Religious
Organizations are involved in the
management/functioning of any of
the 11(eleven) KGBVs in the State.
Comments
Safety
guidelines
not issued
and
implement
ed.
NGO
Verification
&
orientation
needs
to
be
taken
up
Contd…
KGBV
Action Taken Report on Observations of Evaluation Team for KGBVs.
Sl no
Issues
Action Taken
Comments
4
Teacher recruitment was
found to be by an ad-hoc
process where in the
SMC and the village
authority appoints them,
which is against the RTE
norms.
Copy of rules
laid down in
this
regard
needs to be
shared.
5
Training and capacity
building of teachers has
been inadequate and has
never been conducted
for wardens.
Recruitment
Rules
incorporating provisions laid
down
under
NCTE
for
teaching and Non-Teaching
staffs of KGBVs prepared.
Recruitment
of
Female
Teaching and Non-Teaching
Staffs is being taken up at
the
District
level
with
respective
Deputy
Commissioners
as
Chairperson of the DPC.
Academic Authority will be
consulted
for
providing
comprehensive training for
KGBV functionaries.
Action should
be taken and
share training
schedule with
MHRD
Contd…
KGBV
Action Taken Report on Observations of Evaluation Team for KGBVs.
Sl no
6
7
Issues
Action Taken
Comments
No
enriched
curriculum was found.
A definite focus on
personality
development, gender
training and leadership
development
is
required
in
the
curriculum.
Convergence across the
board
with
other
schemes such as PDS,
KSY, School Health
programme,
and
provision to augment
resources is low at
present.
SCERT has been requested to revise
curriculum for incorporation of
gender positive and gender sensitive
materials.
Coordination
with
gender
resource persons
to be initiated
within a time
frame.


Action Plan for providing regular Share
the
Medical Check-up and providing implementation
Iron and Folic Acids to Students is on conversions
planned with NRHM during the
current Academic Session.
Convergence with PDS and KSY
will be initiated with stakeholder
department for
provision of
nutrition, health and educational
support to girls residing in
KGBVs.
Contd…
Comments on States commitments made during PAB
2013-14 and action taken thereon:Sl. No
1.
2.
3.
Commitments
The State would
fulfill
all
commitments
of
early years which
are still pending as
per para 7.
The State committed
to complete the 10
KGBVs by March
2014.
The State committed
to saturate toilets
and drinking in all
existing schools in
convergence
with
the Department of
Drinking Water and
Sanitation.
Action Taken
Remarks
State has already taken up A
few
all the commitments of commitments
of
early years.
early years are yet
to be complied as
reported in the
Table 2.
Completion of KGBVs likely
Not Complied
by July 2014.
Saturated except the newly
opened 180 New Primary
Schools
approved
in
Supplementary
PAB
of
2010-11. Composite School
structure as per RTE Act
not
approved.
The
provisions are proposed in
PAB of 2014-15.
Noted
contd…
Comments on States commitments made during PAB
2013-14 and action taken thereon:Sl. No
Commitments
Action Taken
The State Government will No shortfall in release of
4.
provide its State share for corresponding
the approved plan on 90:10 Share.
Centre State sharing pattern
and first installment of the
State
share
would
be
released
to
the
State
Implementation
Society
within one month of release
of central share.
5.
The State will roll out and In
initial
stage
use Quality Monitoring Tools implantation.
developed by NCERT.
6.
The State will notify a local
grievance
redressal
mechanism immediately, will
notify local authority.
Remarks
Noted
State
of
Notification
of
Local
Authority under section 9
of the RTE Act is awaited.
State is planning to
entrust
grievance
redressal to the Local
Authority notified.
Yet to Start
Not complied
contd…
Comments on States commitments made during PAB
2013-14 and action taken thereon:Sl. No
Commitments
Action Taken
The State will endeavor More than 60% of the teachers
7.
8.
9.
to recruit at least 50%
female teachers out of
the
total
teachers
recruited.
The State must review
the subject load on the
children and rationalize
in the light of NCF-2005.
The State should orient
all
the
project
functionaries,
MIS
functionaries
in
particular,
on
the
triangulation data from
different sources and in
respect
of
different
indicators to help them
develop
an
understanding of the
nature of challenges in
the way of ensuring that
all children are in school.
Remarks
Noted
recruited under SSA are female.
Academic Authority is being
consulted for rationalization.
Yet to be
Complied
Orientation training for project
functionaries at the state and
district level conducted regularly
with
different
stakeholder
departments viz Education(S),
Tribal
Affairs
and
Hills
Department, Social Welfare etc
Further, orientation training also
conducted for data collection,
compilation and dissemination for
U-DISE and Aadhaar friendly DISE
for functionaries at the state,
district, block and cluster level.
Noted
contd…
Comments on States commitments made during PAB
2013-14 and action taken thereon:Sl. No
Commitments
Action Taken
issued
10. The State will initiate Notification
11.
steps for curricular
reform as per section
29 of the RTE Act, and
in accordance with
the Advisory No F. No.
1-15/2010 EE 4 issued
by the MHRD and in
keeping
with
the
principles of NCF,
2005.
The State will review
in-service
teacher
training programmes
to ensure that it
conforms
to
the
revised
curriculum,
and formulate a long
term
in-service
teacher development
programme.
for
implementation of CCE by the
Academic Authority. Special focus on
CCE during in service teachers
training.
Academic Authority being consulted
for curricular reform.
A comprehensive teachers training
programme in consultation with
Academic authority being formulated
for elementary teachers at the
primary and upper primary level.
2700 untrained teachers being
imparted 2 year course on D.El.Ed in
28 programme study centres through
open distance learning mode under
IGNOU.
Remarks
Yet to be
complied
Noted
contd…
Comments on States commitments made during PAB
2013-14 and action taken thereon:Sl. No
Commitments
Action Taken
12. The State will ensure that all State is maintaining PTR of 1:18 at
teacher related provisions
under the RTE Act,
including
adherence
of
prescribed
PTR
in
all
schools,
prohibition
of
assigning
non-academic
tasks
(barring
Census,
Elections
and
Disaster
Management), recruitment of
professionally
qualified
teachers after they have
passed TET, etc are put into
practice in all schools in the
State.
13.
The State agreed to notify its
decentralized
grievance
redressal
systems
by
October,
2013
and
to
constitute the SCPCR in the
State by December, 2013.
Primary level
and 1:17 at the
Upper Primary level.
Notification for prohibition of
assigning non-academic tasks to
teachers will be initiated.
Only
Professionally
qualified
teachers as per qualifications
prescribed under NCTE norms are
appointed. Further, more than 60%
of the teachers recruited under SSA
are female.
Teachers Eligibility Tests conducted
every year from 2012 onwards to
ensure
professionally qualified
teachers are recruited.
Notification
awaited
for
decentralized grievance redressal
system
SCPCR constituted by Social
Welfare
Department
vide
notification no.9/25/2009-S(SW) Pt
dated 2nd November 2012.
Remarks
Noted
Not
Complied
contd…
Action Taken Report on Commitments of 2012-13
Sl.
No.
1.
Commitment
It will ensure that all
teacher
related
provisions under the
RTE Act, including
adherence
of
prescribed PTR in all
schools, prohibition
of
assigning
nonacademic tasks
(barring
Census,
Elections
and
Disaster
Management),
recruitment
of
professionally
qualified
teachers
after
they
have
passed TET, etc are
put into practice in
all schools in the
State. As in the past
50% female teachers
should be recruited.
Action Taken by Comment
State
The
state
is
under process to
develop
an
effective
and
transparent
system
to
rationalize
and
redeploy
the
teachers in every
district. Qualified
primary teachers
are recruited after
they have clear
TET
mandated
under the Act and
amongst
the
newly recruited
Primary
and
Upper
Primary
Teachers,
more
than 50% are
female teachers.
Not
complied
Action Taken by the
State during 2013-14
State is maintaining
PTR of 1:18 at Primary
level
and 1:17 at the
Upper Primary level.
Notification
for
prohibition of assigning
non-academic tasks to
teachers
will
be
initiated.
Only
Professionally
qualified teachers as
per
qualifications
prescribed under NCTE
norms are appointed.
Further, more than 60%
of the teachers recruited
under SSA are female.
Teachers
Eligibility
Tests conducted every
year from 2012 onwards
to ensure professionally
qualified teachers are
recruited.
Action Taken Report on Commitments of 2012-13
Sl.
No.
2.
Commitment
It will ensure
completion of all
spillover
and
fresh civil works
sanctioned
under SSA in
compliance with
the provisions of
the RTE Act.
Action
State
Taken
by Comment
Civil
Works
sanctioned as fresh
and spillover could
not be taken up in
the first 3 (three)
quarters due to legal
complicacies and is
almost
resolved.
State Project Office
have
started
releasing funds for
construction
of
KGBVs
and
Residential Schools
and
construction
have started. Further,
1st Installment of
funds
for
construction of new
schools and other
spillovers will be
released
within
March 2013.
The
commitment
has
not
been meet.
Action Taken by the
State during 2013-14
State has taken up all
Spill
over
works
sanctioned in 2013-14
except reallocation of 62
UPS which is awaited
approval of PAB 2014-15
and 1407 Ramps with
handrails.
Other Spill over works
could not be taken up in
2013-14 as Rs.12253.93
lacs
was
deferred
liability for 2014-15.
Action Taken Report on Commitments of 2012-13
Sl.
No.
3.
Commitment
It will ensure
that
all
schools
are
provided
drinking water
and toilets as
per
the
directions of
the
Hon’ble
Supreme
Court.
Action Taken by Comment
State
SSA/SMA, Manipur
have provided 232
Girls and Boys
Toilets and 140
drinking
water
facility in Urban
Government
Schools.
The
ATR
mention no.
of schools
covered. It
is
not
cleared if all
the school
have been
covered.
Action Taken by the State
during 2013-14
SSA has provided temporary
drinking water facility in all
schools
and
permanent
facility in respect of schools
in urban areas. Further, in
respect of schools located in
urban areas toilets have been
provided by SSA and in
respect of schools in rural
areas, toilets has been
provided by Total Sanitation
Campaign.
The provision is to be
provided for 180 new primary
schools
sanctioned
in
supplementary PAB of 201011, wherein composite school
structure was not sanctioned.
The provisions are proposed
in PAB 2014-15.
Action Taken Report on Commitments of 2012-13
Sl.
No.
4.
5.
6.
Commitment
Action
State
Taken
by Comment
Action Taken by the
State during 2013-14
It will put in place a
Grievance Redressal
Mechanism
in
accordance with the
Advisory No. F. No.
1-18/2010 – EE 4
issued by the MHRD
under section 31 and
32 of the RTE Act.
The state should
work out the monthly
expenditure plan and
review the trend of
expenditure
regularly.
A
Grievance Noted
Redressal
cell
is
established in the
State Project office.
Development
of
Redressal Mechanism
at the District and
Sub-District Level is
in progress.
Monthly expenditure Noted
Plans is reviewed and
worked out on regular
basis
Notification of Local
Authority
under
section 9 of the RTE
Act is awaited. State is
planning to entrust
grievance redressal to
the Local Authority
notified
The
State
must
review the subject
load on the children
and rationalize in the
light of NCF-2005.
The State/SSA, SMA Required
had reviewed subject fresh
load on the children review
in the year 2009-10
and Subjects have
been
reduced
considerably.
Academic Authority is
being consulted for
rationalization.
Will be initiated.
Action Taken Report on Commitments of 2012-13
Sl.
No.
Commitment
7.
The State must review
the subject load on the
children and rationalize
in the light of NCF-2005.
8.
All the vacancies of the
Finance and Accounts
personnel at the SPO
shall be filled up before
the 1st installment is
released to the state.
The release of 2nd
installment
will
be
subject to filling up of
all other vacancies at
the SPO, DPO and Subdistrict levels.
Action Taken by Comment
State
The
State/SSA,
SMA
had
reviewed subject
load
on
the
children in the
year 2009-10 and
Subjects
have
been
reduced
considerably.
The vacancies of
the Finance and
Accounts
personnel at the
SPO had been
filled.
Required
fresh
review
Noted
Action Taken by
the State during
2013-14
Academic
Authority is being
consulted
for
rationalization.
All
posts
of
Finance
and
Accounts
personnel at the
SPO filled up
Status of RTE Implementation
Sr.
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Mandatory notifications
Grievances Redressal Mechanism
Constitution of SCPCR/REPA
School Management Committee
Academic Authority
State Advisory council
No Board Examination
No corporal punishment / mental
harassment
No detention / expulsion
Banning private tuition
Screening procedure / capitation fee
Minimum number of working days /
instructional hours of school
Minimum working hours for teachers
Notification regarding weaker sections 2(e)
Disadvantaged Groups Section 2(d)
25% admission in pvt. Unaided schools section 12(1)( C )
Local Authority
Whether the notifications
issues Yes/No (If yes
please provide a copy of
the Notification)
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
contd…
PROGRESS DURING 2013-14
Outlay
Exp.
29552.96
21790.84
% Exp. Against
Outlay
74%
BUDGET FOR 2014-15
Proposal
SSA
KGBV
Recommendation
Differed
2013-14
Differed
2013-14
Spill
over
12254.06
5871.74
0
0
717.73
717.73
0
5871.74
44757.30
62039.161
2186.11
TOTAL 12254.06
Fresh
Spill
over
Total
440039.57 61321.431
Fresh
2186.11
5773.39 15911.905
0
509.400
Total
23871.40
509.400
5773.39 16421.305 24380.80
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