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  • 1. Topic : Stepping stones Enhancing the quality of primary education Skills Shortage : Proper implementation of laws and reforms in education system required Team Details ABES ENGG.COLLEGE,GHAZIABAD Team members : • Dushyant Pratap Singh (Team Coordinator) Varun Pundir • Rishabh Chauhan • Shashank Shandilya • Sharad Kumar
  • 2. India produces 74% of literate every year but our youth still can’t even read or write properly…!! Big Question..?? • Acc. to Indian government figures 2012- total 5,816,673 elementary school teachers in India and 2,127,000 secondary school teachers in India. • Student enrollment in rural India seen a rise (96.7%) in 2011, but parallel decline in students basic reading , arithmetic and academic levels. • The added burden of home chores and child labour influence a large number of children, especially girls, to drop out of school. • Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Goa have more than 60% of private enrollment in primary schools. Andhra, Maharashtra and Karnataka are at 40 percent, while UP is at 50% means continuous decline in quality of primary level. CAUSES Schemes implementedPRESENT SCENARIO • Malnutrition, hunger and poor health are core problems, which majorily affect attendance and performance in classes. • Lack of trained teachers is a major challenge in many states of India, where institutions for teacher education are not widely present. Schools are therefore forced to hire less qualified teachers • National Policy on Education • Strengthening of teachers training institute • Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) • Mid Day Meal
  • 3.  Vast difference between southern and northern states primary education status.  In 2008, only about 50% of Standard 3 students could read a Standard 1 text, by 2012, it declined to 30%. About 50 % of the Std 3 kids can’t even correctly recognize digits up to 100.  Not only that the country is unable to improve the learning skills of half its primary school children, in the last four years, it has fallen to alarming lows.  This decrease has certainly proved a major cause for dropout due to their financial problem.  Invasion of private schools into primary education has proved the falling level of quality. Truth Behind Stats…!!
  • 4.  Salient features :  Involving the biggest power of nation “youth” in creating an important breakthrough.  Community services should be made mandatory for every undergraduate course for certain hours.  Each individual will go in primary school for teaching on regular basis as their practical hour in a year.  This service will be considered as a major grading subject for students.  A centrally recognized certification will be provided which will be given a weightage in government services.  A independent body will be made for the regulation of services and performance of students on half yearly basis. Community Services by Undergraduates & voluntary people
  • 5.  Students to impart education on regular basis in primary schools.  Firstly, A core committee named NTS will be formed centrally and regional offices will look after the processing at local level.  Students will be sent at local primary schools to teach as a part of their practical hours present in their curriculum.  A stipned as a lucrative measure can also be added into the scheme.  A student has to complete certain hours of teaching in each semester.  Final marks and certification will be presented on completion of each semester.  No shortage of teachers in primary schools.  Quality teaching will be provided.  New ways of teaching & ideas will enhance attraction of children towards education.  Untrained youth will get experience and develop skills on their part.  This upcoming undergraduate youth will never finish so there will be continuous flow .  More cheaper and beneficial than current existing system.  Students will be attracted towards teaching sector as a proper career. Implementation Advantage over current model
  • 6. NTS Central level Head Controller Coordination Team Curriculum Team Finance Team State level Regulation Dept. Coordination Team for Schools Amendment Team Regional Level Regional controller School Head for Monitoring Student Volunteers MHRD Coordinating between different teams . Curriculum design Funds Management Continuous basis analysis and progress . Regulating demand and input Any Policy or short time change Coordinating all school activities of region . 1 00 schools come under one head for its regulation Team of undergraduate students
  • 7.  All state boards should be refined and compiled for same mode of education.  Continuous updation of syllabus will be done on yearly meeting and progress.  There are 1652 languages in india and at primary level 24 different languages are taught in different regions .  Transferring of different regional teachers will be easy and affordable.  “ One Medium For One Nation Policy’’ will be adopted.  Under this policy, improvement in higher education will also be the hidden goal since migration from one board to another creates an understanding problem.  Each state board should strictly follow a centrally recognized curriculum.  This national curriculum adoption will gain major importance at higher education level also. Features Implementation Advantages  All state boards can be graded on same scale.  Not only primary but higher education will also be reformed.  Equal distribution of knowledge will be done through out the country.  A better human resource population will be developed.
  • 8.  Different NGO,volunteer,government organize camps to attract attention by including various aspects in that like :-  These aspects are major concern for middle class people.  Graduates coming on daily basis for teaching children and enhance faith on primary education schemes. Primary Education Future money Free Education Schemes Rise in living Child Labor Advantages  No need of new requirement or change in policy.  Different types of issues relating food , health, agriculture will also be solved parallely by acknowledging them about facts & solutions.  No extra budget burden on part of government.
  • 9.  We have completed an year running our camps.  More than 100 students are being taught according to their age levels.  They can read , write & solve basic mathematical problems.  Planning to admit some of these students in English medium schools on our expenses and donations.  We run a registered NGO at our college level named H.U.H.C. (Help us to help the child).  In this we provide free community services at slums near our college at Ghaziabad.  Free education, clothes and stationary are provided which are not affordable by slum children.  Students of our own college from every year participate voluntarily in organizing events among children like independence day, republic day, children’s day etc. to boost their morale and participation.  They are made aware about health, hygiene, and importance of education. PROGRESS
  • 10.  World Bank database  Census -2011  ASER (Annual Status of Education Report)  Primary education in India report by Ranjani Iyer Mohanty .  Report on primary education by Agustya Foundation.  Census – 2001,1991  MHRD report – 2012 on status of primary education.

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