Providing Quality Education in Government Schools, Muzzafarnagar, Uttar Pradesh.
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The Department of Administrative Reforms & Public Grievances, Government of India, organized the 2nd 'District Collectors Conference', which took place on the 6th & 7th of September in New Delhi. Over ...

The Department of Administrative Reforms & Public Grievances, Government of India, organized the 2nd 'District Collectors Conference', which took place on the 6th & 7th of September in New Delhi. Over 30 district collectors participated, making presentations on best practices to overcome challenges faced in the sectors of rural development, education, urban development, law & order, and disaster management. 



The Planning Commission is providing these presentations for the public to see examples of the good work being done by young IAS officers in the field, and to promote cross-learning and innovation.

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Providing Quality Education in Government Schools, Muzzafarnagar, Uttar Pradesh. Providing Quality Education in Government Schools, Muzzafarnagar, Uttar Pradesh. Presentation Transcript

  • PRESENTED BY: SURENDRA SINGH,IAS MUZAFFARNAGAR,UP
  • SSA OBJECTIVES  Provide universal access  Ensure retention  Improve quality and learning outcome  Social inclusion  Curricular and teaching reforms  Improve management & governance  Special focus on girls and disadvantaged group
  • SCHOOLS IN THE PAST  Less in number, high in quality of learning.  Highly committed and dedicated Teachers  Teaching: noble profession with highest regard  Teachers used to stay in vicinity of schools  Strong teachers and parents relationship  Teachers' kin also studied in the same school
  • SCHOOLS IN PRESENT  Large no. of schools: increasing accessibility  Free and compulsory Elementary Education  Free text books for all students  Mid-Day-Meal scheme for improving nutritional status, encouraging retention  Scholarship  Free two sets of uniform and bags to girl students.
  • CHALLENGES  Last choice/least preferred schools  Admission due economic compulsion  Highly paid brilliant faculty but no improvement in the learning level of children  56% of class V govt. school students cannot read a class II text or perform a simple division : report  Govt schools: A place for free food to children.  For women: free day care centers for their kids
  • REASONS  Irregular and untimely attendance of teachers  Uneven distribution of teaching staff  Opening of schools without recruiting teachers  Political interference in transfer and posting  Engagement of teachers in non-academic activities  Increasing focus on MDM, scholarship, construction, uniform distribution etc  Private schools provided better quality education
  •  No or nominal review of quality of teaching  Absence of internal and external evaluation  Negligible or poor vigil from parent/guardians.  Lack of motivation for sincere teachers  Teacher’s organisation  Suspension and reinstating without punishment  Irregular attendance of students
  • Status in Muzaffarnagar  In 2011-12, 22 schools were closed, 40 schools had only one shiksha mitra  262 schools were running with a single teacher  Schools near city were flooded with teachers.  Sadar block had 222 teachers against 167  Officials hardly focused on learning level.  A parallel BSA office was running
  • OBJECTIVES  To bring reform in quality of education  To utilise hidden potential of teachers and resources  To provide equitable and quality education to poorest of the poor mass of the society.  To develop a competitive atmosphere  To enhance parents-teachers interaction  To restore faith of people for quality education.  To compete with private schools
  • STRATEGIES  OPENING OF SCHOOLS & FAIR POSTING OF TEACHERS  ADARSH SHIKSHAK & MEDHAVI CHHATRA KHOJ PRATIYOGITA  RAIDING PARALLEL BSA OFFICE  MODEL SCHOOLS  AADHAR BROCHURE  COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION  PERSONAL TOUCH  TEACHERS’ FELICITATION
  •  BRC DAY  NO ATTACHMENT & LEAST SUSPENSION  CHECK ON TEACHER'S UNION/ORGANISATION  EDUCATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT CHART  REVIEW & CONSTANT MONITORING  AADHAR CONTROL ROOM/WEBSITE  SCIENCE TALENT EXHIBITION  TLM MELA  SCOUT AND GUIDES
  •  Increased teacher-parent interaction  Interactive teachers’ diary  Focus on English subject  Neat and clean and green campus – plantation  Quiz, competition, essay writing etc  Display of creative material in classGrading of students in different house  Coordination among different stakeholders
  • Outcomes  Significant improvement in enrollment of the students. 2013- 14 witnessed an increase of almost 26968 students which was otherwise on decline with the rate of approximately 25000 students per year  The attendance of students has increased from average of 60% to 85%  There has been remarkable increase in retention of the students.  Enhancement in quality of Education in all classes and schools.  All 901 Primary and 391 Junior High Schools got operational  Better school atmosphere with focus on cleanliness, painting, plantation, flowering etc.  More than 500 schools has been developed as Model Schools.
  • Outcomes… Creative class room has attracted students to learn from the surrounding too.  Timely reporting of teachers has been observed because of focus of administration, department, community, media and self-actualization.  Greater parents-teacher interaction led to better focus on weakness and strength of students and hence remedial measures took place in time.  Students learning analysis chart gave actual status of learning and amount of effort required by teacher and student as well to compete with other.  School management committee (SMC) were activated  Shifting of students from private to government schools, almost 8000 students got shifted.
  • Outcomes…  Display of creativity and innovations hidden in teachers  Rise in confidence level and self pride in teachers  Growth of competitive skills took place in students as well as teachers due to participation in different type of competitive activities.  Equitable education was ensured for students belonging to downtrodden society in particular SC, minorities and other backward or economically poor class.  It was exciting to observe that out of the total 62 toppers in district level competition held out of 31287 students and 62 toppers 30 belonged to minorities and 11 were form schedule caste. More exciting was representation of the girl which was 30% .
  • Graphical representation and analysis
  • At the beginning of session i.e. in the month July, the present class teacher and the former class teacher jointly, discuss the student’s profile during the whole academic session.
  • This is one of the most important step of “AADHAR YOJNA” that acts like a communication bridge between teacher and guardians.
  • The improvement in educational standard and constant touch of teachers with students-guardians the presence of students has increased. In past the presence of students was 60% (approx.) now it is approx. 90%-92%.
  • Thanks