State Project Office [SSA]
Human Resource Development Department
Government of Sikkim
About Sikkim: In Brief
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Area : 7096 Sq. Km
No. of Districts : 04
No. of Sub-District : 09
No. of Blocks : 29
Population : 6,07,688
Literacy Rate : 82.20%
Children Population in 6 to 14 years : 117910
Total Govt. Schools: 776
All management Schools : 1279
Total Students at Elementary Level :-125330
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About Sikkim: In Brief
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Least populous state in India
Second smallest state in terms of area (after Goa
3702sq km)
Most beautiful and strategically important states of
the Indian union
Unique distinction of more females than males at
different levels of education
8th state and 2nd NE state having best GER at
Higher Education
SOME OF THE MAJOR ACHIEVEMENTS MADE BY THE DEPARTMENT
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Re-introduction of Pre-Primary classes in Govt. Schools.
No gender discrimination M&F Lit Dif 10%, NA 16.68%
Timely Distribution of free Textbook and Uniform under RTE
with the financial assistance from MHRD.
Up-gradation of Schools , CBSE affiliation.
Introduction of Lesson in Law
Orientation Programme to the Students and Teachers.
Quality measures: Content change, Revision, Qualified
teachers
QCI, NABET agreement
Assistance to Minority Educational Institutions through MHRD.
Science Stream in all Sr. Sec. Schools.
SOME OF THE MAJOR ACHIEVEMENTS MADE BY THE DEPARTMENT
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Winter Coaching Camp-bagged 1st position in class X and XII.
Reward to 1st 2nd and 3rd toppers of class X, XII (Huma,Sci,Com,Voc)
More Scholarship to Science graduates (Hike from Rs 1200 to 1600)
Introduction of B.Sc stream in Namchi Degree College (150).
2nd Campus for Gangtok Degree College (200)
Coaching for UPSC Exam, SSC exam (96+11).
Vocational Education as MHRD approved
Accepted GOIs NEET and JEE to avail All India quota in addition to
the available quota seats to the State.
Research and innovation: More Scholarships for Ph.D and M.Phil
Concentrating on e- Learning: Computers to students
KGBV established with the financial assistance from MHRD with 202
Students
Awards received by state for its excellence
in Education sector
State is conferred with Commendation certificate
from QCI for the initiatives taken by the State for
Quality Education, Bridging the infra-structure gap
and timely distribution of study materials.
India Today’s Best performing State in the field
of Elementary Education (under small state
category) for the year 2011
Best North-Eastern state Education Department
award in the National level painting competition
2012-13 on Energy conservation
Status of Elementary Education
Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA)
Sikkim
Goals and Interventions of SSA
Flagship programmee, Targets 6-14 yrs, Mission mode
Goals:
All children in School
Bridge Gender and Social Gap
Retained in Elementary education
Education of satisfactory quality
Interventions: Opening of new schools, alternate schooling
facility, civil works, academic support, Counseling,
Awareness
Status of RTE
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Subject
State Rules
Status and action taken
Notified the State Rules under RTE Act – 2009 in the month of August vide
Notification No.06/GEN/ADM/HRDD, dated 9th Aug.2010.
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Academic Authority
State Council of Educational research and training (SCERT) as Academic Authority
under section 29 of RTE as per notification no 223/Est-1/HRDD dated:30/09/2010
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Protection of Child’s Educational
Rights (SCPCR).
Provisions of RTE Act is being incorporated in the notification of The Commissions
for Protection of Child Rights Act-2005- (Gazette Notification: 21 December 2007)
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Eight year Elementary Education
Cycle
No Detention.
The State has Grade 1 to 5 primary and Grade 6 to 8 upper primary.
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No Board Examinations till
completion of Elementary
Education
No Child require to pass any board examination till completion of Elementary
Education as per Notification bearing No.229/EST-I/HRDD, dated 30/09/2010.
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No Physical punishment,
expulsion
Guidelines on private tuition ban.
No corporal punishment and expulsion vide as per notification no: 226/Est-1/HRDD
dated 30/09/2010.
No teacher shall engage in private tuition as per notification no: 225/Est-1/HRDD,
dated 30/09/2010.
No school or person shall collect any capitation fee or subject to screening during
admission process as per notification bears the 227/EST-I/HRDD, dated 30/09/2010.
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Screening procedure and
capitation fees.
Policy is revised for No detention across the entire elementary level vide Notification
No. 224/EST-I/HRDD, dated 30/09/2010 as section 16 of RTE Act.
Status of RTE
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Status and action taken
Directives specifying Daily teaching and non-teaching time table per day were issued through circular
vide No.228/Est-I/HRDD dated: 30/09/2010 & 280/EST-I/HRDD, dated 23/11/2010 as per RTE Act.
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Subject
Guidelines on minimum number of
working days / instructional hours in
an academic year.
Constitution of School Management
Committee (SMCs)
Shiksha Ka Haq Abhiyan
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Preparation of CCE Guidelines
Since RTE Act 2009 and the State Rules on this Act came into force in 2010, HRD Department, has
implemented the scheme of CCE. In the same year, Pedagogy Cell of SSA prepared a handbook in the
form of guidebook has now been revised in 2012 academic session and the Revised Edition of this
handbook has already been shared with Ed.Cil for their comments and suggestions.
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Provisions of 25% Seat Reservation
in Class I in Private Schools for
Weaker Section and Disadvantage
group of society.
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School Development Plan
The implementation of this Section of RTE Act is under process. The government has constituted a
Committee to identify the Weaker Section and Disadvantage group of society. On the advice of Law
Department, we have written to North-Eastern and other States to share their views on this subject.
On receiving their response, we will frame the guidelines on the implementation of this Section of the
Act.
SSA wing of HRD Department, Government of Sikkim, has prepared a guidebook on how to prepare
School Development Plan. The guidebook has been printed and distributed to all the blocks, Training
Programmes on the concept of School Development Plan have also been conducted in all the Blocks.
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Neighbourhood School Mapping
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New Household Survey
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Inclusive Education for CWSN
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In all the State Government run schools, we have constituted SMCs as per the provisions of RTE Act
2009.
HRD Department, Government of Sikkim, launched ‘Shiksha Ka Haq Abhiyan’ on 11th Nov.2011. One
major component of the programme was the formation of 30-Members RTE Awareness volunteers in
each Block in the State. These volunteers have been regularly visiting Schools and conducting
programmes to make aware the teachers, students, SMCs ad public in general about RTE Act 2009.
This is in progress. The department has entrusted this job to an NGO and the NGO is working on it in
collaboration with NEUPA, New Delhi. The report of this exercise will help us to find out the actual
situation in respect of neighbourhood schools.
In order to make an assessment of requirement of primary and upper primary schools and also to
estimate the number of ‘out of school children’ and other related parameters, the HRD Department
has hired the services of Directorate of Economics Statistical Monitoring and Evaluation (DESME).
The Directorate will be submitting the final report.
Assessment Camps have been organized and the CWSN have been identified. We have also made
‘Inclusive Education’ as one of the important components of Teachers ‘Training Programme’. The
primary aim of this programme is to make all the teachers familiar about the new concept of Inclusive
Education.
Enrolment in All Management Schools
District
Class I - V
Class VI - VIII
Class I - VIII
Primary Level
Upper Primary Level
Elementry Level
Boys
Girls
Total
Boys
Girls
Total
Boys
Girls
Total
North
2787
2529
5316
1315
1526
2841
4102
4055
8157
West
10777
9863
20640
5305
5834
11139
16082
15697
31779
South
10603
9744
20347
5263
5860
11123
15866
15604
31470
East
17927
16472
34399
9310
10215
19525
27237
26687
53924
Total
42094
38608
80702
21193
23435
44628
63287
62043 125330
Source: DISE 2012-13
Status of Out of School Children
Primary Level
Upper Primary
Name of
Districts
Boys
Girls
Total
Boys
Girls
Total
EAST
103
82
185
104
99
203
388
WEST
138
86
224
62
43
105
329
NORTH
17
12
29
32
24
56
85
SOUTH
66
58
124
154
105
259
383
Total
324
238
562
352
271
623
1185
Total
Source: Household Survey
Educational Indicators
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Major Areas
GER Primary
GER Upper Primary
NER Primary
NER Upper Primary
Retention Rate Primary
Retention Rate Upper Primary
Transition Rate
Source: DISE 2012-13
Indicators
106
107
71
61
94
92
96
Status of BRCs and CRCs
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District
Total No. of
functional BRCs
Total No. of
functional Clusters
EAST
10
30
NORTH
04
16
SOUTH
08
32
WEST
07
33
All Districts
29
111
NB: BACs has been notified as BRCs under SSA.
Source: DISE 2012-13
Achievements
Access to Schooling and Children
Participation
School
Category
East
North
Primary
10
14
Upper
Primary
30
Total
40
South
West
Total
21
17
62
9
24
31
94
23
45
48
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4 STRs are being run by NGOs at different districts.
Out of 1044 Out of School Children , 893 Children
enrolled in STR Centre and 619 Children have already
been Mainstreamed during 2012-13.
Special Training Materials have been prepared and
provided to all the Centres.
Achievements
Sl. Teacher Category
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East
North
South West
Total
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Primary
20
28
42
34
124
2.
Upper Primary
90
27
72
90
279
3.
Monastic Teacher
56
36
40
26
158
4.
Part Time Instructor
a) Art Education
53
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22
27
108
b) Music Teachers
53
06
22
27
108
c) Physical and Health
Education
53
06
22
27
108
Total
325
109
216
231
885
 Appointed 54 Resource Persons
(Subject Experts) to provide on-site
supports to the teachers at Subdivison level.
 Appointed 18 Inclusive Education
Volunteers to provide support to
teachers to handle differently abled
children in the class.
The Hon’ble Chief Minister alongwith the Cabinet
Minister, MLAs , HODs and Officers of HRDD in
order to sensitize the students, teachers, parents,
SMCs, PRI on RTE interacted directly with them in
three districts. In his interaction he highlighted the
provision of RTE act and the vision behind it. The
teachers were directed to implement provision of
RTE act in letter and spirit.
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BRCs are equipped with computers desktop
and peripherals, one each laptop, LCD
projector, LCD screen, dot-matrix and laser
printer, Xerox machines to enable them to
serve as teacher training centres.
Strengthened with manpower
Provided annual grants (1 lakh per BRC)
Provided furniture (1 lakh once in 5 yrs)
Provided TLM Grant (10,000/- per BRC)
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1. Block Resource
Coordinator
2. MIS Coordinator
3. Computer Operator
4. Accountant-cumSupport Staff
Total
East
North
South
West
Total
10
4
8
7
29
10
10
4
4
8
8
7
7
29
29
10
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7
29
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 One each CRC Coordinator
provided to Cluster Resource
Centres
 Provided annual grants (Rs. 24000/- per
CRC annually)
 Provided furniture (Rs. 10,000/- per CRC once
in 5 yrs)
 Provided TLM Grant (Rs. 3000/- per CRC
annually)
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Provided
computers and
peripherals to
schools
Provided trainings
to teachers to use
computer as
teaching learning
aid
Revised Curriculum and Textbooks of primary classes
(Classes I to V) to ensure burdenless and trauma free
learning of children
Half yearly Term-wise Textbooks i.e. Term – I and Term – II
for all subjects for Primary classes. Textbooks are shared
with Ed.CIL
Books are developed by SCERT and published by Private
publisher to ensure timely distribution of textbooks
State is using NCERT Textbooks for upper primary classes
except English and languages
The Text-Books have been revised with the inclusion of
adolescent issue, disaster management , consumer organic
agriculture as per RTE act.
Achievements
Activities for Retention
All the children attending elementary
classes are provided free textbooks
amounting Rs. 150.00 per child per year
under SSA
 All the children attending elementary
classes are provided free uniform Rs.
400.00 per child per year with the
financial Assistance from MHRD.
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Achievements
Distribution of Annual Grants
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Name of Grants
School Grant for Primary (per school)
School Grant for Upper Primary (per school)
Teacher Grant for Primary (Per teacher)
Teacher Grant for Upper Primary (Per teacher)
Maintenance Grant for schools < 3 rooms (per
school)
Maintenance Grant > 3 rooms (per school)
Amount in
Rs.
5000.00
7000.00
500.00
500.00
5000.00
10000.00
Achievements
School Infrastructure [Civil Works]
9 Block Resource Centres are provided BRC
Buildings
 Constructed building for 96 Cluster Resource
Centres
 Provided Two Room RCC Buildings to 59 newly
opened primary schools
 Constructed Two Room RCC Building for one
building less school of North District (Nadey PS)
 Provided four room school buildings to 52 newly
upgraded Jr. High School
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Achieved Physical progress for the works
sanctioned in 2011-12, 2012-13 (Separate Girls
toilets 68, Boundary wall at vulnerable
locations 4040 Mts, Electrification 82 schools,
HMs rooms, Addl class rooms, New PS East,
Upgraded UPs
Financial progress is very poor
Achievements
Bridging Social and Gender
Category Gaps
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Appointed 8 Resource Teachers
Appointed 29 Inclusive Education Volunteers
Developed Resource Rooms in all BRCs
Conducted Assessment Camps by involving
Sikkim Doctors Welfare Association
Organized parent ,teachers counseling
Achievements
Community Mobilization and
Training of SMC & PRIs
 Observed
“Shiksha ka Haq
Abhiyan” on 11th November 2012
 Constituted 30 member volunteer
RTE Committee in every block
 Conducted trainings and meetings
of these volunteers
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Constituted School Management Committee
as per the guidelines of RTE Act 2009
Trained 2500 members of School
Management Committee on the process of
Preparation of School Development Plan
Schools are conducting monthly meetings of
School Management Committee to encourage
community involvement in school
management.
HEAD
SSA
Spill
Over
524.52
Fresh
Total
5091.53
5616.05
KGBV
463.65
61.29
524.94
TOTAL
988.16
5152.81
6140.98
Total
outlay
Opening GOI
State
Balance Release Share
13th FC Grant
released
6140.98
1135.85
1493.85
500.00
100.00
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Problems facing by SPO including delay in
fund release
Earthquake retrofitting school repairs-no
assistance from SSA
Earthquake effected no support to release
central share- pressure for state share
Other problems discussed at the time of
preliminary appraisal
Proposed Outlay for 2013-14
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Activity
Total
Phy.
1
1.00
2.00
3.00
4.00
Opening of New Schools
Residential Sch for specific category of child
Residential Hostel for specific category of child
Transport/Escort Facility
5.00
Special Training for mainstreaming of Out-of-School Children
6.00
7.00
8.00
9.00
10.00
11
Free Text Book
Provision of 2 sets of Uniform
Teaching Learning Equipment (TLE)
New Teachers Salary
Training
Block Resource Centre
12
Academic Support through Cluster Resource Centres
13.00
Computer Aided Education in UPS under Innovation
14.00
15.00
16.00
17.00
18.00
19.00
20.00
21.00
22.00
Teachers' Grant
School Grant
Research, Evaluation, Monitoring & Supervision
Maintenance Grant
Interventions for CWSN
Innovation Head up to Rs. 50 lakh per district
SMC/PRI Training
Civil Works Construction
Management
23.00
STATE COMPONENT
Total of SSA (District)
KGBV Financial Provision (give separate costing sheets for different Models)
Grand Total (SSA and KGBV)
Phy.
1
Fin.
0.00
464
32.71
464
32.71
1309
212.80
1309
212.80
91773
91773
1
887
8377
318
172.96
367.09
0.20
2514.22
150.90
415.12
91773
91773
1
887
8377
318
172.96
367.09
0.20
2514.22
150.90
415.12
588
619.35
588
619.35
71
200.00
71
200.00
7566
1203
1203
1203
1610
295
9312
1
0
37.83
67.13
18.05
90.23
48.30
180.00
27.94
26.55
187.75
7566
1203
1203
1203
1610
295
9312
2069
0
37.83
67.13
18.05
90.23
48.30
180.00
27.94
668.62
187.75
217956
5369.12
220024
6011.19
133.50
STATE SSA TOTAL
24.00
Fin.
0.00
133.50
217956
5502.62
220024
6144.69
2423
116.53
2423
487.77
220379
5619.14
222447
6632.46
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New Primary School in West District of Sikkim
Residential Hostel in North
KGBV: Addl Infrastructure for total students
(Class room and Hostel facility)
Regional Language teachers
Teachers to 52 upgraded Ups (52X 3)
Teacher Grant
Special consideration for sufficient and timely
release of Central share even if there is any
delay in releasing state Share because of the
earthquake
THANK YOU
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