Sarva Siksha Abhiyan

Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan is an effort to universalize elementary education by community-owner ship of the school system.  It is a response to the demand for quality basic education all over the country.  The SSA programme is also an attempt to provide an opportunity for improving human capabilities to the poorest children, through provision of community-owned quality education in a mission mode.  The prime features of the SSA programme are:

WHAT IS SARVA SHIKSHA ABHIYAN

  • A programme with a clear time-frame for universal elementary education.
  • A response to the demand for quality basic education all over the country.
  • An opportunity for promoting social justice through basic education.
  • An effort at effectively involving the Panchayati Raj institutions, the School Management Committees, the Village Education Committees, the Parents’ Teachers’ Associations, the Mother Teacher Associations, the Tribal Autonomous Councils in the management of elementary schools.
  • A partnership between the Central, State and the local government.
  • An opportunity for States to develop their own vision of elementary education.

AIMS OF SARVA SHIKSHA ABHIYAN

The Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan is to provide useful and relevant elementary education for all children in the 6 to 14 age group.  There is also another goal to bridge social and gender gaps, with the active participation of the community in the management of schools.

OBJECTIVES OF SARVA SHIKSHA ABHIYAN

  • All children in school, Education Guarantee Centre, Alternate School
  • All children should complete five years of primary schooling
  • All children should complete eight years of elementary schooling
  • Focus on elementary education of satisfactory quality with emphasis on education for life.
  • Bridge all gender and social category gaps at primary stage and at elementary education level also
  • Universal retention

BROAD STRATEGIES CENTRAL TO SSA PROGRAMME

 

Institutional Reforms –

As part of the SSA the central and the State Governments will undertake reforms in order to improve efficiency of the delivery system.  The states will have to make an objective assessment of their prevalent education system including educational administration, achievement levels in schools, financial issues, decentralisation and community ownership, review of State Education Act, rationalization of teacher deployment and recruitment of teachers, monitoring and evaluation, education of girls, SC/ST and disadvantaged groups, policy regarding private schools and ECCE.  Many States have already carried out changes to improve the delivery system for elementary education.

Sustainable Financing-

The SSA based on the premise that financing of elementary education inventions has to be sustainable.  This calls for a long-term perspective on financial partnership between the Central and the State governments.

Community Ownership –

The programme calls for community ownership of school-based interventions through effective decentralisation.  This will be augmented by involvement of School Management Committees, Women’s groups,  VEC members and members of Panchayati Raj institutions.

 

Institutional Capacity Building –

The SSA conceive a major capacity    building role for national and state level institutions like       NIEPA/NCERT/NCTE/SCERT/SIEMAT.  Improvement in quality       requires a sustainable support system of resource persons.

 

Improving Mainstream Educational Administration –

It calls for improvement of mainstream educational administration by institutional development, infusion of new approaches and by adoption of cost effective and efficient methods.

 

Community Based Monitoring with Full Transparency –

The Programme will have a community based monitoring system.  The Educational Management Information System (EMIS) will correlate school level data with community-based information from micro planning and surveys.  Besides this, every school will have a notice board showing all the grants received by the school and other details.

 

Habitation as a Unit of Planning –

The SSA works on a Community based approach to planning with habitation as a unit of planning.  Habitation plans will be the basis for formulating district plans.

 

Accountability to community –

SSA envisages cooperation between teachers, parents and PRIs, as well as accountability and transparency.

 

Priority to Education of Girls –

Education of girls, especially those belonging to the scheduled castes and scheduled tribes, will be one of the principal concerns in Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan.

 

Focus on Special Groups –

There will be a focus on the educational participation of children from SC/ST, religious and linguistic minorities, disadvantaged groups and the disabled children.

 

Trust on Quality –

SSA lays a special thrust on making education at the elementary level useful and relevant for children by improving the curriculum, child-centred activities and effective teaching learning strategies.

 

Role of teachers – SSA recognizes the critical and central role of teachers and advocates a focus on their development needs.  Setting up of BRC/CRC, recruitment of qualified teachers, opportunities for teacher development through participation in curriculum related material development, focus on classroom process and exposure visits for teachers are all designed to develop the human resource among teachers.

RAJANNA BADI BATA

AMMA VODI

 

  • Providing Rs.15,000/- towards assistance to all the mothers who send their children to school.
  • In this programme Mothers of 5,73,315 students are to be benefitted studying in 6230 schools in the district and to be

 

Description Govt Private Total Approximate Amount per child 15,000/- PA
Total Children Studying in Primary Classes (I – V) 157403 129281 286684 430,02,60,000
Total Children Studying in Upper Primary Classes (VI – VIII) 109561 63427 172988 259,48,20,000
Total Children Studying inSecondary schools Classes (IX – X) 74078 39565 113643 170,46,45,000
Total 341042 232273 573315 859,97,25,000

 

Caste wise beneficiaries:
Management Category SC ST BC OC Total
Government Primary 43660 13912 81483 18348 157403
Upper Primary 28863 7530 57601 15567 109561
Secondary 20410 3718 38758 11192 74078
Total 92933 25160 177842 45107 341042
Private Primary 15971 2713 64351 46246 129281
Upper Primary 6718 1289 28939 26481 63427
Secondary 4018 729 17889 16929 39565
Total 26707 4731 111179 89656 232273
Grand Total 119640 29891 289021 134763 573315

 

Activities being implementing for the welfare of Children studying in Government Schools

  • Free Text Books
  • Free Nutritious Mid Day Meals
  • 3(Three) Pairs of Free School Uniforms to Children studying in Class -1 to Class -8
  • Two pairs of Free Shoes to Children studying in Class -1 to Class -8
  • Child Friendly Infrastructure
  • Quality Education with Qualified Teachers
  • Stress Less Education

Activities for Children with Special Needs

  • Home Based Education
  • Non Residential Special Trainings to the CwSN Children in 66 Bhavatiha Centers with qualified Special Education Resource Teachers.
  • Free Physiotherapy Camps
  • Free Medical Camps
  • Free Surgical Corrections
  • Free Aids & Appliances to the Needy Children
  • Escort Allowances to the parents of Children with Special Needs

 

Activities for Out of School Children

  • Mobilization Programmes
  • Non Residential Special Training Centres within convergence of NGOs
  • One Girls Urban Residential Hostel for Orphans, Semi Orphans, Street Children, Rag Pickers and BPL Family Girl Children

 

Activities for Girl Out of School Children

  • 20 Kasthurba Gandhi Balika Vidyalayas are functioning in the district for the welfare of poor Out of School Girl Children belongs Orphan,Semi Orphan, Downtrodden Families of SC, ST, BC and Minority families.
  • The Classes are running from Class -6 to Intermediate.

 

S.No Name of the KGBV S.No Name of the KGBV
1 B.KOTHAKOTA 11 NIMMANAPALLE
2 BAIREDDIPALLI 12 PEDDAMANDYAM
3 GANGAVARAM 13 PTM
4 GUDUPALLI 14 PUNGANUR
5 K.V.PALLI 15 RAMAKUPPAM
6 KALAKADA 16 RAMASAMUDRAM
7 KUPPAM 17 ROMPICHERLA
8 KURABALAKOTA 18 SANTHIPURAM
9 KVBPURAM 19 THAMBALLAPALLI
10 MULAKALACHERUVU 20 YERRAVARIPALEM

 

Key Contacts:
Sl.No Name of the  Post Name Phone Number
1 Project Officer M.Madhusudana Varma 9849909133
2 FAO Ch.Pulla Rao 9398852996
3 AMO K.Mohan 9866553233
4 ALS Co-ordinator Mohammed Khan 9000201533
5 CMO S.Jaya Prakash 9000104833
6 IE Co-ordinator K.Srinivasulu 9701360233
7 GCDO G.R.Shyamala Devi 9000204933
8 MIS & Planning Co-ordinator K.Damodhar Reddy 9440703959
9 APO J.Uma Maheswara Reddy 9440990236
10 ASO V.Sudhakar 7989845488
11 AAMO (T) K. Lokanatham 9440631521
12 Asst., CMO P.Jayachandran 8247313020