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  • 1. MANTHAN TOPIC: STEPPING STONES PARALLEL PRIMARY EDUCATION NETWORK BY YOUTH – AN OVERVIEW Enhancing the quality of primary education Team name: PEGASUS • Ravi • Rishi Trivedi • Ratnesh Gupta • Shubham Kant • Vishal Srivastava Galgotias College Of Engineering And Technology
  • 2. INTRODUCTION TEACHING ON THE BASIS OF INDIVISUAL EXPERIENCES. TEACHING WITH WRITTEN MATERIAL. TEACHING WITH THE HELP OF PRINTING. TECHNOLOGICAL REVOLUTION INTERNET AND MASS MEDIA. The educational system in the world is basically revolutionized by the above revolutions. One of the major problem concerning with Indian education system is that it still is using obsolete and outdated teaching techniques. And while the world has switched to the latest teaching revolution i.e internet, India still has to go a long way.
  • 3. PROBLEM STATEMENT  In 2010 nationally, 46.3% of all children in Std. V could not read a Std. II level text.  For all children in Std. V, the major decline in reading levels (of 5 percentage points or more) between 2011 and 2012 is seen.  Provide access for all children to primary school or its equivalent non- formal education.  Reduce overall dropout rates.  Increase average learning achievement levels.  Reduce gaps in enrolments, dropouts, and learning among gender and social groups.  Establish capacity at the district, state and national level to plan, manage and monitor program.
  • 4. SOLUTIONS PROPOSED PARALLEL PRIMARY EDUCATION NETWORK BY YOUTH CO OPERATIVE ENHANCEMENT BY PRIVATE FIRMS PROMOTING USE OF TECHNOLOGY ENRICHING LEARNING BY DOING METHOD
  • 5.  A survey conducted by our team showed that about 40% of engineering undergraduates are willing to help the cause of promoting basic education without any incentives. (1) PARALLEL PRIMARY EDUCATION NETWORK BY YOUTH IMPLEMENTATION STEP 1 •FORMULATION OF CENTRAL BODY FOR EFFECTIVE IMPLEMENTATION. STEP2 •IDENTIFICATION OF WILLING YOUTHS FROM COLLEGES. STEP 3 •ASSIGNING PROPER OBJECTIVES TO THE YOUTH STEP 4 •ONLINE SUBMISSION OF THE REPORTS BY THE YOUTH TO THE CENTRAL BODY. STEP 5 •PERIODIC CHECK BY THE BODY FOR SMOOTH FUNCTIONING
  • 6. IMPACT  Impact on quality • The students going to the primary schools will have more insight owing to the knowledge of the youth. • The youth will act as a motivating factor amongst small children. • The primary students will have good command over technical knowledge.  Impact on youth • Personality development of the youth. • Appreciation incentives. CHALLENGES • The youth should not be forced, it should be based on initiative and willingness. • Additional incentive plans can be introduced. • Mobilization of youth is important.
  • 7. “In public schools there is nothing more challenging, more perilous to achieve, than to take the lead in introduction of new ideas in educational reforms.” Why has technology failed in school?  failing to make optimal use of technology  no appropriate objectives and goals for its use  lack of training  we don’t realize its potential (2) PROMOTING USE OF TECHNOLOGY IMPLEMENTATION STEP 1 •INSTALLATION OF AT LEAST ONE PROJECTOR IN EACH PRIMARY SCHOOL FOR VISUAL AID STEP 2 •1 TECHNICAL PERSON SHOULD BE EMPLOYED IN EACH PRIMARY SCHOOL FOR BETTER UTILISATION OF RESOURCES. STEP 3 •BASIC COMPUTER KNOWLEDGE SHOULD BE MADE COMPULSORY STEP 4 •STUDENTS SHOULD BE MADE AWARE OF CURRENT TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCEMENTS
  • 8. IMPACT • Technology provides visual aid thus helps in better understanding. • Development of individual . • Technology has greatly changed our society, culture, and workforce. • Automation applied to an efficient operation will magnify the efficiency. • Technology is the application of tools to solve problems that extend human potential for the benefit of the society • The goal of the technology standard is to help students live,learn and work successfully and responsibly in an increasingly complex, technology driven society. • Provides motivation and sense of success amongst students. CHALLENGES • Avoidance of accountability. • Inattention of results. • We try to be the proprietary designer and engineer of modern school building. • Inefficiency of action plans
  • 9. (3) CO-OPERATIVE ENHANCEMENT BY PRIVATE FIRMS (PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP) PPP is an arrangement where private parties participate in or provide support For the provision of infrastructure. It is not the procurement of an asset but the payment of a stream of services under specified terms and conditions. IMPLEMENTATION STEP 1 •PUBLIC SECTOR DEFINES SERVICES OVER A LONG TERM. STEP 2 •NO PAYMENT MADE UNTILL ASSET IS DELIVERES AS PROMISED. STEP3 •PRIVATE SECTOR ASSUMES THE DEMANDS AND WORKS OUT THE CURRICULAM ACCORDINGLY. STEP4 •PRIVATE SECTOR PROVIDES NO FUNDING DURING CONSTRUCTION
  • 10. IMPACT • Mitigates and properly allocates risks. • Provides incentives for lowering costs. • Ensures value for money. • Attract the right skills and management expertise. • Promotes innovation. • Reduce corruption and waste. • Reduce burden on regular teachers and staff. CHALLENGES • It depends on everything goes according to plan principle therefore it is not flexible and does not take into account every aspect. • The process of creating a PPP is much more demanding than a traditional procurement process. This is normally underestimated.
  • 11. LEARNING BY DOING •FORMULATION OF PRACTICAL COURSE. •PROVIDING BASIC TOOLS AND LEARNING KIT. •EMPLOYING SKILLED PERSONS FOR PERFORMING THE JOB. The experience can be staged or left open. Aristotle once said, "For the things we have to learn before we can do them, we learn by doing them"
  • 12. • http://databank.worldbank.org/data/home.aspx • http://www.censusindia.gov.in/2011- common/census_data_2001.html • http://mdgs.un.org/unsd/mdg/Default.aspx • http://www.asercentre.org/education/India/status/p/143.html • http://www.ssa.nic.in/ • http://www.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fimg.asercentre .org%2Fdocs%2FPublications%2FASER%2520Reports%2FASER_2012 %2FPress%2520Release%2Faser2012pressreleasejan15final.pdf&h= VAQFiln4t • http://www.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fimg.asercentre .org%2Fdocs%2FPublications%2FASER%2520Reports%2FASER_2012 %2Ffullaser2012report.pdf&h=VAQFiln4t • http://knowledge.wharton.upenn.edu/article.cfm?articleid=3160 REFERENCES