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Alternative Assessment Strategies and Innovative Approaches In Evaluation- Manoj Agarwal, Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, Govt. of Gujarat Alternative Assessment Strategies and Innovative Approaches In Evaluation- Manoj Agarwal, Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, Govt. of Gujarat Presentation Transcript

  • Manoj Aggarwal IAS State Project Director, SSAand Commissioner of Primary Education, and Mid Day Meals, Gandhinagar, Gujarat 1 eindia.eletsonline.com
  •  All children between age-group 6 to 14 got a fundamental right of quality education of std: 1 to 8 The right of children to free and compulsory education till completion of elementary education in neighbor hood school. RTE act 2009 lays down the norms and standards relating inter alia Pupil Teacher Ratios (PTRs), buildings and infrastructure, school-working days, teacher working hours etc. The vision of RTE act is to bridge all Gender and Social Gaps and Universal enrolment & Retention 2 eindia.eletsonline.com
  •  Total Population : 6.03 Cr Male : 3.14 Cr Female : 2.89 Cr Literacy Rate : 79.31 % Male : 87.23 % Female : 70.73 % Total SC Population (2001 Census) : 35.93 Lc Total ST Population (2001 Census) : 74.81 Lc Population 6-14 years : 77.82 Lc Male : 41.59 Lc Female : 36.23 Lc 3 eindia.eletsonline.com
  •  No. of Districts : 26 No. of Corporations :7 No. of Blocks : 224 No. of CRCs : 4161 No. of Villages : 19,776 No. of total Schools : 40,728  Govt. Schools : 34,323  Private Schools : 6,405 No. of School Management Committees formed: 33,455 4 eindia.eletsonline.com
  • NER Year Boys Girls All2003-04 75.33 74.80 75.072004-05 96.06 95.23 95.652005-06 96.56 95.73 96.152006-07 97.83 96.23 97.032007-08 98.17 96.67 97.422008-09 98.58 98.58 97.822009-10 98.82 98.04 98.292010-11 99.06 98.23 98.64 5 eindia.eletsonline.com
  • Std. 1 to 5 Std. 1 to 7 Year Boys Girls All Boys Girls All2004-05 8.72 11.77 10.16 15.33 22.80 18.792005-06 4.53 5.79 5.13 9.97 14.02 11.822006-07 2.84 3.68 3.24 9.13 11.64 10.292007-08 2.77 3.25 2.98 8.81 11.08 9.872008-09 2.28 2.31 2.29 8.58 9.17 8.872009-10 2.18 2.23 2.20 8.33 8.97 8.662010-11 2.08 2.11 2.09 7.87 8.12 7.95 6 eindia.eletsonline.com
  •  Public private partnership (PPP) is an approach used by Government to deliver quality services to its population by using the expertise of the private sector.  The RTE Act gives immense importance to SMC as the decentralized structure and one in which the parents will have a very significant role. Base on PPP Model SMC members training will be given by NGO.  Out of School Children survey will be conducted with the help of NGO.  Aid and Appliances to CWSN with the help of NGO eindia.eletsonline.com
  •  Education in India has undergone various phases and stages of development Quality Education has been a big concern Information and communication technology has the potential to improve, significantly, the quality of learning, teaching and management in schools and to help raise the attainments of the learners. Strategy of using the ICT is to ensure Transparency, Quality, Speed, and reduce the human errors 8 eindia.eletsonline.com
  •  GIS School Mapping System Migration Monitoring System for tracking out of school children Computer Aided Learning Broadcast of Study Lessons through BISAG Praveshotsav & Kanya Kelavani Mahotsav Gunotsav Online Recruitment of Teachers & Other staff  (Application, merit generation, call letter distribution) Online child mapping  Out of school children  CWSN Children Online Teachers training Internet connectivity upto CRC level 9 eindia.eletsonline.com
  • Need of School Mapping As per RTE Act, to find out neighborhood School Restricting day-to-day demand for opening of School from field. Identification of served and un-served areas. Preventing duplication. Developing Web-based Monitoring Mechanism Data Dissemination/ Sharing. 10 eindia.eletsonline.com
  •  To identify migrant children and to enroll children under education by SSA Creation of data base for child education and migrant workers To develop and establish tracking system for interstate coordination To develop collaborative initiative between NGOs and Govt. line departments. To build capacities of NGOs and volunteers on mapping exercise and involve in facilitating education for migrant children. 11 eindia.eletsonline.com
  • Project No. of Year of Model Classes Name Lab Impleme covered ntationSSA-CAL 500 2005 BOOT V to VIIPrimarySSA-CAL 4871 2007 BOOT V to VIIPrimary 275 2009SSA-CAL 14856 2011 BOOT V to VIIPrimary 12 eindia.eletsonline.com
  •  Interactive, User-friendly navigation through activity based learning To enable the government school students especially rural area students to be at par with the urban and advance school students Teachers find it easy to explain hard spots through syllabus based CDs The satisfactory or good quality of teaching using ICT Effective tool to attract child for Enrolment To enhance the children’s learning experiences Approach problem from learner’s perspective Less behavior problems in classroom 13 eindia.eletsonline.com
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  •  Regular Broadcast of Study Lessons through BISAG (Bhaskaracharya Institute for Space Application and Geoinformatics) Existing Position In how many How many Since institutions, hours of When Receiver Set programme in Available the last year Primary 6-1-2009 5646 40 Hours eindia.eletsonline.com
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  •  Gunotsav: Quality Improvement programme Online data entry of  Self assessment form  Officers assessment form Tracking of pending schools for assessment. Computerised Gradation from educational and non educational indicators of  Teachers  BRCs / CRCs 17 eindia.eletsonline.com
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  •  Use of Biometric Technology to capture attendance of Teachers, Administrative Staff and Students Collect records, create centralized database of schools, capture transactional data & generate Management Information System at district and state level Enable Computer Aided Learning System by providing Education Software eindia.eletsonline.com
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  •  Computerised out of School Children Database Online Recruitment of  Block MIS  BRP School Directory CRC Monitoring system 21 eindia.eletsonline.com
  • Characteristics of CCE Model No formal test in std. 1 & 2 No terminal exam in piloting school 60% weightage for scholastic and 40% weightage for co scholastic subjects Evaluation strategy is student friendly Grading is applied in all standard Remedial teaching is part of teaching learning process eindia.eletsonline.com
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