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  1. 1. Training to Master Trainers on Child Info and UDISE 2017-18 Under RMSA
  2. 2. Education Development Index Introduction of Child Info and UDISE Flow of Child Info Text Books Distribution Mid Day Meals eHazar Teacher Information System Medical Reimbursement NOC for Passport and Visa Presentation Overview Department of School Education, Government of Andhra Pradesh
  3. 3. Educational Development IndicatorsSl. No. Name of Indicator 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 Improvement/Deteri oration National Average (2015-16) 1 GER (Primary) 88.21 84.48 82.79 99.21 2 GER (Upper Primary) 79.47 81.33 80.87 92.81 3 GER (Secondary) 72.40 75.51 76.08 80.01 4 NER (Primary) 72.17 72.10 72.48 87.30 5 NER (Upper Primary) 58.20 63.37 66.59 74.74 6 NER (Secondary) 42.82 52.29 58.45 51.26 7 Annual Average Drop out Rate (Primary Level) 4.35 6.27 2.15 5.13 8 Annual Average Drop out Rate (Elementary Level) 4.15 5.47 1.56 7.29 9 Annual Average Drop out Rate (Secondary) - 3.81 1.30 - 10 Pupil Teacher Ratio( PTR) Elementary Level 20 20 22 24 11 Pupil Teacher Ratio(PTR) Secondary 19 24 27 27 12 Gender Parity Index Primary 0.94 0.94 0.89 0.93 13 G.P.I Upper Primary 0.95 0.94 0.94 0.95 14 G.P.I Secondary 0.96 0.99 1.09 0.97
  4. 4. Why Student Information System? • An attempt to use technology to solve the very fundamental issues plaguing our school education sector • An attempt to identify and trace out the children by allotting an unique id code linked with Aadhar number. • student’s academic status and drop outs can be tracked. • Ghost students can be arrested (i.e, duplication of data is eradicated) which resulted lot of savings in all incentives like Mid day meals, Text books and Uniforms etc., 4
  5. 5. How Student Information System Established? • A format is designed for taking (6-16) age group children data from the Schools. • Data collected with the help of HMs and CRPs. • The information is digitalized at Block/School level and uploaded into SIS. • Validation was done with reference to attendance register of each school. • Each child is linked with Aadhar in convergence with SRDH(UIDAI) to arrest duplicate students. 5
  6. 6. General information Personal Information Academic (CCE) info. Achievement info. Health info. Disability info. Examination info. Family info.Scholarship info. SIS (In Sync U- DISE) Attendance info. MDM info. Facilities info. Student Information System (SIS) (as an Integral component of U-DISE) Contains total 56 columns of the above said all aspects in a row.
  7. 7. Real Time Updated Data Indicators Can be generated at all levels like National, State, District, Block, Cluster, School etc. SIS (U- DISE) Indicators which can be generated from (SIS) All present publications based on U- DISE data can be generated from the SIS integrated with U-DISE
  8. 8. Strength of SIS Real time Students Data Upto School Level Tracking of Dropout Students On Ground Reality with factsReduces the implementation cost Instant implementation of suggestions and modifications based on Data Planning Execution and Monitoring Meet exactly to the requirements Knowledgeable support to stake holders (SSA,RMSA,MID Day Meals etc.) On time problem solution with the help of statistics
  9. 9. Outcomes and benefits of SIS with U-DISE – (b) Monitoring of National level schemes like Mid Day Meal, Scholarship schemes etc. will be possible through SIS SIS will create a platform for Vocational Education system by monitoring the students option for Vocational courses at Secondary level of education SIS will build a database of students aspiring for science, commerce, humanities streams at Higher Education level SIS will help to monitor RTE parameters SIS will provided Centralized Common Minimum Framework to the states to build and expand their existing systems (if available) SIS (data entry) can be made available to states in their local regional language (Not yet ready)
  10. 10. Outcomes and benefits of SIS with U-DISE – (a) Generate cross-sectional enrolment tables In future, tracking of students using AADHAAR will be made possible Gradually, SIS will help to create Student-Teacher relationship which will lead to Teacher Performance and Teacher monitoring Gradually SIS and will also create a platform for Parent- Teacher interaction SIS will be useful for states to monitor and assess the needs of uniform distribution, textbook distribution (by language), Transport facility, Residential facility and any other state specific facility provided to students, Monitoring of National level schemes like Mid Day Meal, Scholarship schemes etc. will be possible through SIS
  11. 11. Outcomes and benefits of SIS with U-DISE – (c) SIS will provide dynamic and flexible facility to states to add n number of additional supplementary variables which can be maintained in the same database along with the National level variables. Data entry and Cross- sectional Reports on these additional Supplementary variables will also be available in the same module.
  12. 12. • Date of reference • Finalization of School directory • Printing of Student Data Capture Format (SIS DCF) • Management of Resources (Manpower) • Distribution and collection of SIS DCF • Training of HMs/Respondents (for filling Student DCF) Implementation Methodology SIS (in Sync with U-DISE) Data collection
  13. 13. • Level and mode of data entry • Management of Resources (Manpower, Hardware, Internet) • Training of Respondents (for SIS Module - Online) • Timeline for SIS Data Entry • Approval Mechanism • Integration of Existing State SIS into National Implementation Methodology SIS (in Sync with U-DISE) Data Management
  14. 14. • Child Promotion is in progress • Admission will be made online • Transfer Certificate will be made online • Missing children found in Prajadarika survey to be mapped before June using GER Mobile App developed • SIS is in sync with U-DISE Implementation Methodology SIS (in Sync with U-DISE) SIS 2017-18
  15. 15. • Printing of U-DISE DCF (Enrolment tables generated from SIS) • Timeline for U-DISE Data Entry and Data Management • Approval Mechanism Implementation Methodology SIS (in Sync with U-DISE) U-DISE 2017-18
  16. 16. AP GER APP Screens
  17. 17. 1. Capture Daily Attendance of Students & Teachers from School points. Their attendance will be calculated basing on the punching with following different color’s. Green – With in time ; Orange – With in Grace time ; Red – Out of the time. 2. To track drop out of Students 3. To Map to Student Assessment & Performance. AEBAS – Expectations Dashboards will be provided to all the stake holders at various levels for leveraging the decisions in proper monitoring with uninterrupted flow of data. The leaves availed by the teachers also may be calculated as per the attendance.  Replacement of teacher may be adopted to this by dully identifying the long absentees.  Schemes such as Mid Day Meal, Distributions of Uniforms & Text books shall be given basing on this attendance monitoring system to the students those who are having more than 70% attendance. eHazar - AEBAS – Objectives
  18. 18. • Transparent online services are built on top of TIS • Medical Reimbursement • NOC for Passport and Visa • Teacher Trainings and Support System Implementation Methodology TIS (in Sync with U-DISE) Teacher Information System(TIS)
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