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  • 1. Stepping Stones: Enhancing the quality of primary education Submitted by: Pankaj Dhasmana Pranav Kumar Gauarv Pande Tushar Goel
  • 2. There is more than 50% dropout rate during primary education • About 39% of primary and 54.6% of upper primary students are dropout • Teacher student ratio national average is 34 but in some states it is as high as 68. CAUSES OF THE PROBLEM • Financial condition of family • Unawareness among adult about education • Insufficient quality and quantity of teachers
  • 3. Proposed Solution • As there are insufficient number of teachers in schools, so the students of upper class(vi to viii) will teach the student of lower classes coherently with their own education. • To lure the families of the village children, proper stipend (amount of Rs 200) will be provided to those students who are teaching. • A PPP(Public Private Partnership) model can be very helpful in fulfilling the infrastructure need for the village level school. Students of upper primary classes(vi to viii) will teach the student of primary classes coherently with their own education
  • 4. Institutes teaching primary teachers Teachers teaching primary students Students teaching lower class students Three Tier Solution
  • 5. Institutes teaching primary teachers Unemployed villagers trained as teachers Privately funded and managed institutes People working in NGO’s in teaching and learning process
  • 6. Ngo’s helping teachers in teaching Students of upper primary level trained to teach Teachers teaching primary students Teachers given incentive to teach in remote areas
  • 7. Students given pay to teach This will promote parents to send their children to learn and teach Students teaching lower class students The students thus taught will grow up to teach upcoming student
  • 8. Salient features • Self sustainable system • Sufficient number of teacher generated • Child labour reduced • Poverty will reduced • Earning while learnig
  • 9. Self Sustainability Teacher teaching Student Student Teaching Young Student Young Student growing They inturn teaching primary students Student growing up to teachers
  • 10. Challenges faced by our model •To identify the NGOs willing to participate in our model. •Development of institute to develop teachers •Training of Higher class Students to teach the students of lower class.
  • 11. BUDGET  We are paying Rs.200 to each student per month  Therefore for around 12 crores (registered student) for one year =28800 crores  For Per student Cost of mid day meal per month= Rs.105 and we are paying Rs. 200  So, we are saving around Rs. 95 per student.
  • 12. References • http://Wikipedia.org • Timesofindia.com • Nct-india.org • National Sample survey of India • Indiabudget.nic.in