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  • 1. Stepping Stones: Enhancing The Quality Of Primary Education SUDIPTA SAHA ADITYA KUMAR PRATEEK NARULA RAKSHIT RAKHI RITIKA GOPALIA Branch COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINNERING (FINAL YEAR) From MAHATMA GANDHI COLLEGE OF ENGINNERING AND TECHNOLOGY,NOIDA MAHAMAYA TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
  • 2. INDEX  Introduction  Problem statement  Proposed solution  Implementation of the solution  Impact of the solution  Challenges and Mitigation Factors  Appendix
  • 3. INTRODUCTION  India has made progress in terms of increasing the primary education attendance rate and expanding literacy to approximately three quarters of the population.  India's improved education system is often cited as one of the main contributors to the economic rise of India.  The major problem is that about “4%” of total Indian children never go to school in which 58% go to class 5th and about 90% don't go to college.
  • 4. LOOPHOLES  [1]Distance of schools from homes.(Published By Times Of India April 18 2013)  Mentality of rural population for letting the children to go school.  Discrimination done in Indian society on the basis of gender.  Limited and insufficient income resources of rural families.  Improper funding management.  Under constructed or poor infrastructure.  Unsatisfactory quality of teachers.  BRAND value of governments schools deteriorating, improper promotions of government schools.
  • 5. 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Govt Schools Pvt Schools [2]Rural all India: Proportion of children in Std 3 who can read at least Std 1 level text, by year The private education market in India was 5% and in terms of value was estimated to be worth US$40 billion in 2008 but had increased to US$68–70 billion by 2012. 2004 2008 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Revenues Revenues Linear (Revenues) Linear (Revenues) STATISTICAL REPORTS
  • 6. REFORMS  Procuring pick and drop service in rural areas for schools.  Regular sessions for teachers and seminars for students.  Creating a community of parents of existing students to spread goodwill among their peers.  Regular child counseling sessions.  Organizing student sensitivity workshops for school teachers and staff.  Focus more on audio-visual learning rather than rot learning.  Free and compulsory education act has done well and should be implemented with more intensity.
  • 7. REFORMS  Uninformed surveys and inspection of schools.  Setting up regional centres in districts for better administration and procurement of facilities.  Privatisation of Selection committee of school staff.  Installation of automated attendance machines in schools(Biometric devices).  Set up of district level bodies to monitor the proper and efficient execution of Government policies(specially tribal population).
  • 8. IMPLEMENTATION  Impart knowledge on why and how education is important.  Faculty assessment.  Free primary education for all.  Human values education to all.  Biometric/RFID techniques to ensure teacher's presence.  Regional centre for monitoring.  Seminars, workshops & sessions for students and faculty.  Technology based education(e-learning facility).
  • 9. IMPACT  Pick and Drop service ensures maximum student participation.  Parent’s community spreads awareness among their peers at a personal level.  Sensitivity workshops: Making education reachable and simple for the gifted children.  Inspection and regional centers: Ensuring the quality of infrastructure and education.
  • 10.  Selection committee for staff: Ensures standard quality of selected staff.  District level body: Ensure that all existing and upcoming educational polices reach and function well for Rural and Tribal areas. IMPACT
  • 11. CHALLENGES • The mentality of “More Hands To More Income” of people. • Lack of personal & political will to ensure the quality of primary education. • Transparency at every level. • Convincing the rural masses and their wards about the merits of primary education. • The “theory of change” explains the push from within the government as well as from outside to ensure the timely provision of adequate inputs, and to point out the urgent need to build institutions that support schools and teachers.
  • 12. APPENDIX  Article published by Times Of India April 18 2013.  Annual Status of Education Report(Rural) 2012, 17 Jan 2013.  Improving the Standard and Quality of Primary Education in Nigeria: A Case Study of Oyo and Osun States, Sofowora Olaniyi Alaba Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria.  Mission 2014: Feeding the World  Quality Primary Education: The potential to Transform Society In a Single Generation.