Digital Gender Atlas for Girls Education in India Launched

Digital Gender Atlas for Girls Education, The Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of School Education and Literacy, presented the Digital Gender Atlas for Advancing Girls’ Education in India to the media in New Delhi today. The Secretary, School Education and Literacy, Ms. Vrinda Sarup was also present on the occasion. The tool, which has been developed with the support of UNICEF, will help identify low performing geographic pockets for girls, particularly from marginalised groups such as scheduled castes, schedule tribes and Muslim minorities, on specific gender related education indicators. The Atlas is placed on the MHRD website and available and ready to use by States/Districts/Blocks education administrators or any other interested group. In order to plan and execute educational interventions, the purpose of the Gender Atlas is to help identify and ensure equitable education with a focus on vulnerable girls, including girls with disabilities. To ensure this is feasible,

KGBV Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya Scheme for Girls Education

KGBV Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya Scheme for Girls Education, Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya (KGBV) is a scheme launched in July 2004, for setting up residential schools at upper primary level for girls belonging predominantly to the SC, ST, OBC and minority communities. The scheme is being implemented in educationally backward blocks of the country where the female rural literacy is below the national average and gender gap in literacy is above the national average. The scheme provides for a minimum reservation of 75% of the seats for girls belonging to SC, ST, OBC or minority communities and priority for the remaining 25%, is accorded to girls from families below poverty line.   Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya – Telangana State: Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya (KGBV) is a scheme launched, for setting up residential schools for girls at upper primary level belonging to the SC, ST, OBC and minority communities. This scheme

Girls Education at Elementary Level-NPGEL-KGBV

Girls Education at Elementary Level, Education of girls has been a high priority with the Government of India. The National commitment to provide free and compulsory education to all children in the 6-14 years age group is now a Fundamental Right of every child in India after the passing of the Constitution (86th Amendment) Act in December 2002. Reaching out to the girl child is central to the efforts to universalize elementary education. Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, or ‘Education for All’ program recognizes that ensuring girl’s education requires changes not only in the education system but also in societal norms and attitudes. A two-pronged gender strategy has therefore been adopted, to make the education system responsive to the needs of the girls through targeted interventions which serve as a pull factor to enhance access and retention of girls in schools and on the other hand, to generate community demand for girls’

GOI Pragati Scholarship Scheme for Girls 2023 by AICTE for Degree, Diploma Courses & Technical Education

GOI Pragati Scholarship Scheme for Girls 2023 or Pragati Scholarship for Girls 2023 at AICTE for Degree, Diploma Courses & Technical Education. Pragati Scholarship Scheme for Girls To provide encouragement and support to Girl Child to pursue technical education “Pragati Scholarship” has been launched by the Government from the year 2023 . All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) is inviting applications under Pragati Scholarship Scheme from Girl students pursuing Diploma, Degree, Technical Education in AICTE approved technical institutions for the academic year. Scholarship Alert -AICTE Pragati Scholarship for Girls 2022-23 . All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) would be invited online applications through National Scholarship Portal for AICTE Pragati Scholarship for Girls 2022-23 from girl students studying in the first year of a technical diploma/degree (2023 batch) at an AICTE approved institution. The students who are already availing this scholarship can also apply for renewal of the same.

NSIGSE 2022 Incentives to Girls for Secondary Education under Scholarship Scheme

NSIGSE 2022 Incentives to Girls for Secondary Education under Scholarship Scheme. NSIGSE, National Scheme Incentives to Girls for Secondary Education is a Centrally Sponsored Scheme. MoE will give incentive payments to the beneficiary girl students under NSIGSF scheme. Centrally Sponsored Scheme “Incentives to Girls for Secondary Education. NSIGSE Scholarship or Incentives to promote the girl child’s enrolment of 14-18 years of age group at the secondary stage, who passes class VIII and subsequently drops out for various socio-economic reasons. The proposed scheme is further intended to retain such girl children up to class XII. Incentives to Girls for Secondary Education Objective: To establish an enabling environment to reduce the dropouts and to promote the enrolment of girl child belonging to SC/ST communities in secondary schools and ensure their retention up to 18 years of age. NSIGSE 2022 Incentives to Girls for Secondary Education Name of the Scholarship NSIGSE Incentives to

NPEGEL Programme – NPEGEL Scheme – National Programme for Education of Girls at Elementary Level

National Programme for Education of Girls at Elementary Education (NPEGEL). The National Programme for Education of Girls at Elementary Level (NPEGEL), is a focussed intervention of Government of India, to reach the “Hardest to Reach” girls, especially those not in school. Launched in July 2003, it is an important component of SSA, which provides additional support for enhancing girl’s education over and above the investments for girl’s education through normal SSA interventions. The programme provides for the development of a “model school” in every cluster with more intense community mobilization and supervision of girls enrolment in schools. Gender sensitisation of teachers, development of gender-sensitive learning materials, and provision of need-based incentives like escorts, stationery, workbooks and uniforms are some of the endeavours under the programme. The scheme is being implemented in educationally backward blocks (EBBs) where the level of rural female literacy is less than the national average and the

NSIGSE Scholarship 2022, National Scheme Incentives to Girls for Secondary Education

NSIGSE Scholarship 2022 – National Scheme Incentives to Girls for Secondary Education is a Centrally Sponsored Scheme. MoE has requested to all state’s officials that furnish the details of the beneficiary girls students under NSIGSF scheme for transfer of maturity incentive payments. Latest Update: National Scheme of Incentive to Girls for Secondary Education (NSIGSE) uploading of Bank Account numbers linked with Aadhaar of eligible Girl students in the NSP portal. National scheme Incentives to Girls for Secondary Education (NSIGSE) is a Centrally Sponsored Scheme to encouraging secondary education ND Girl Child Enrollment. Centrally Sponsored “National scheme Incentive to Girls for Secondary Education (NSIGSE). Scholarships are being sanctioned under the NSIGSE Scheme under the auspices of the Central Government for students who have completed Class X in Government Schools in the years 2012-13, 2013-14, 2014-15, 2015-16, 2016-17. The state government sought the details as Argent. Therefore, Schools are requesting all SSC

NTR Trust Scholarship 2023, Apply for Girl Education Merit Scholarship Test (GEST) at ntrtrust.org

NTR Trust Scholarship 2023 notification has been released on its NTR GEST Scholarship web Portal. NTR Educational Institutions is conducting the prestigious Girl Education Scholarship Test (GEST 2023) or NTR Trust Girl Education Merit Scholarship Test 2023 on the December 12. Scholarships will be given to the first 25 girls who qualify for the exam. Tenth class girl students should take advantage of this opportunity. Interested girls should register at ntrtrust.org. NTR Trust Girl Education Merit Scholarship Test, NTR Trust is committed to giving quality education for meritorious girl students. To identify the beneficiaries NTR trust is conducting GEST 2023. A total of 25 students will get a merit scholarship of Rs.5,000/- per month to pursue their intermediate in AP & TS for two years. Out of 25 Selected students, 10 students can avail of this scholarship in any college of their choice, 15 students can avail of this facility

SBI Education Scheme – Scholarship for Poor Students

SBI Education Scheme, “BANK” Maximum no of lives are related to this. Crediting, Depositing, Fixed Deposit, Loan, Installment, Re-payment these which we hear, these are the facilities which we have through bank. Banks do not work only for urging benefits/profits but also participate in social services. State Bank India are selecting poor girls from govt schools and giving scholarships for their studies by the “Educational Scheme”. This scheme inaugurated in 2012 by “State Bank of India Community Services” and implementing by state banks of SBI. In our state SBI, SBH are giving these services. Selection of children: They will select one child from each branch who was very poor, girls will have priority, children those who do not have father or mother orphan first priority will be given they student from govt school is selected. They will confirm the situation by visiting their house and select the child under this

SBI Education Loan 2023 for studies in India and Abroad, Apply at sbi.co.in

SBI Education Loan 2023 for students to pursue higher studies in India and Abroad, Apply at sbi.co.in. State Bank of India offers a wide range of education loans with interest rates that start at 8.15% per annum. The flexible repayment tenures also include a moratorium period after course completion. There are no penalty charges for pre-payment of the loan, which can be done at any time during the loan tenure. Some loans also offer interest concession for girl students. Student loans from SBI are available for studies in India and abroad. You can avail loans for studying for vocational courses as well as professional ones. There are also takeover loans that help you close existing high-interest loans with a lower-interest SBI loan. State Bank of India offers 5 different types of SBI education loans – Scholar Loan, Global Ed-vantage Education Loan, Student Loan, Skill Loan, and Take-over of an education

National Education Day 2023 Celebrations as Birthday of Late Moulana Abul Kalam Azad

National Education Day in India is observed on November 11 every year to commemorate the birth anniversary of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, the first minister of education of independent India. While the central theme of the day is ‘education’, the Ministry of Education sets a different focus area every year. For National Education Day 2023, the theme is “Changing the course and transforming education”. The main aim behind India celebrating National Education Day is the birth anniversary of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad. The HRD Ministry (Ministry of Education) announced the observance of this day in order to look back on the contributions made by Azad as India’s first education minister. All the District Educational Officers and Regional Joint Directors of School Education, Principals of IASEs, CTEs, DIETS in the state and GCPE Hyderabad, are requested to observe the 11th November as “Birthday of Late Sri Moulana Abut Kalam Azad” and

Disbursement of Stipend to Boys & Girls with special needs 2023

Disbursement of Stipend to Boys & Girls with Special needs (CWSN Children), Provision to give stipend, Direct Benefit Transfer(DBT), IEDSS Component of RMSA, IEDSS scheme, key steps for implementation of DBT. DSE, RMSA Telangana, Rc.No.810,Dt.29.08.2016. Sub: RMSA, TS, Hyderabad – IEDSS – Provision for the issue of Stipend to Girls with Special Needs through Direct Benefit Transfer(DBT) – Preparation List of Boys and Girls with Special Needs (CWSN) Students – Request to furnish hard and soft copies of the Children – Reg. Ref: D.O.No.14-14/2015-Rf’:,l.SA.II/IE, dt.09.08.2016 of the Deputy Secretary to the Government of India, MHRD, Department of School Education & Literacy, New Delhi. The attention of all the District Educational Officer’s in the State is invited to the reference read above and are informed that the IEDSS component of RMSA, provision to give stipend to Girls with special needs @200/- per month for 10 months in a year. In order

Top Class Education Scholarship for SC, ST, Disabled Students 2023

Top Class Education Scholarship for SC, ST and Disabled Students 2023 . Scholarships for Top Class Education for students with disabilities, Scholarship for Students with Disabilities, Scholarships to AP, TS SC, ST, BC, Minority, disabled students for 2023-2023, Central Sector Scholarship Scheme of Top Class Education for SC Students 2023. The Finance Minister in his budget speech on the Union Budget 2005-06 made the following announcements. “The key to empowering the scheduled castes and scheduled tribes is to provide top class education opportunities to meritorious students. The three on-going scholarship schemes for SC/ST students under the Central Plan – pre-Matric, post-Matric and merit-based – will continue. To provide an added incentive, I propose a new window: a shortlist of institutes of excellence will be notified, and any SC/ST student who secures admission in one of those institutes will be awarded a larger scholarship that will meet the requirements for tuition

Pre Matric Scholarship to Workers Students 2023 under Welfare Fund for for Education of the Wards of Beedi/Cine/IOMC/LSDM Workers

Pre Matric Scholarships to Workers Students 2023 under Welfare Fund it means Financial Assistance for Education of the Wards of Beedi/Cine/IOMC/LSDM Workers – Pre-Matric 2022-23 (Pre-Matric Scholarship for Education of the Students of Beedi/Cine/IOMC/LSDM Workers.) Ministry of Labour & Employment, Government of India, invites applications from students of class 1 to 10 for the Financial Assistance for Education of the Wards of Beedi/ Cine/ IOMC/ LSDM Workers under Pre-Matric Scholarships Scheme 2022-23. The main objective of this scheme is to ensure that no child is working in any hazardous sector as labour. Name of the Schemes: Pre Matric Scholarship to Workers Students 2023 under Welfare Fund – Details NSP Scholarship Pre Matric Scholarship to Workers Students 2023 under Welfare Fund Title Financial Assistance for Education of the Wards of Beedi/Cine/IOMC/LSDM Workers – Pre-Matric 2023 Full-Form Pre-Matric Scholarship for Education of the Students of Beedi/Cine/IOMC/LSDM Workers Category Scholarships Scheme Closing Date 31 October Official

Post Matric Scholarship to Workers Students 2023 under Welfare Fund for Education of the Wards of Beedi/Cine/IOMC/LSDM Workers

Post Matric Scholarship to Workers Students 2023 under Welfare Fund it means Financial Assistance for Education of the Wards of Beedi/Cine/IOMC/LSDM Workers (Post Matric Scholarship for Education of the Wards of Beedi/Cine/IOMC/LSDM Workers) The Ministry of Labour & Employment, Government of India is inviting applications for Financial Assistance for Education of the Wards of Beedi/Cine/IOMC/LSDM Workers – Post-Matric 2022-23 from the students enrolled in class 11 to post-graduation at any government institute. The students studying ITI courses from the government colleges can also apply. The main objective of this scheme is to ensure no child is working in any hazardous sector as labour. Eligibility: The students fulfilling the following conditions can apply. One or both the parents of the applicants should be working as a Beedi worker/ Iron Ore Manganese & Chrome Ore Mines (IOMC) worker/ Limestone & Dolomite Mines (LSDM) worker/ Cine worker for at least last six months. The monthly income of the family

Telangana Gender Resource Centre for Safety and Security of Girls and Women GO.6

Telangana Gender Resource Centre, TS G.O.MS.No.6.; Dated:12-11-2015: Telangana State Government, Women, Children, Disabled and Senior Citizens Department has issued a government order for Constitution of Committees to deliberate various issues relating to implementation of Gender Resource Centre (GRC) Reference: G.O.Ms.No.1, Women, Children, Disabled and Senior Citizens (Schemes) Dept., Dt:02.09.2014 Report of the Committee on Safety and Security of Girls and Women From the Director, WD& CW Dept., Hyd., Lr.No. Dt: .11.2014 ORDER:Taking cognizance of the alarming increase in crimes against young girls and women in the society, the Government at the highest level decided to constitute a high level committee to study the various issues relating to the Safety and Security of Girls and Women in Telangana State. The Telangana Government recognizes the fact that the safety and security of women is closely linked to the overall well being and empowerment of women. The Committee so constituted vide reference 1st

TS KG to PG Free and Compulsory Education Scheme News

The State government’s dream concept of providing free education from kindergarten (KG) to post-graduation (PG) to the poor is going to materialize shortly. The construction of buildings, infrastructure and other facilities have been completed and the campus is ready for inauguration at Gambhiraopet mandal headquarters in Rajanna Sircilla district. During the Telangana movement, K Chandrashekhar Rao as the TRS President promised to provide KG to PG free education to the poor students after the formation of the State. Fulfilling his promise, Chief Minister Chandrashekhar Rao had established a number of residential welfare schools across the State. But the latest institution is first-of-its kind in the State – a KG to PG educational institution developed on the same campus with all modern facilities. Municipal Administration and Urban Development Minister KT Rama Rao, who announced plans for establishment of the KG to PG campus at Gambhiraopet in 2021, took the initiative which

Instructions and Clarifications for Smooth Functioning of TS Model Schools Girls Hostels

Instructions and Clarifications for Smooth Functioning of TS Model School’s Girls Hostels/ Instructions and Clarifications on Arrangement of Warden/Caretaker in Telangana Model School’s Girls Hostels: 102 Girls hostels are Started and attached to the Telangana Model  Schools in Telangana from 01-09-2015. Model School Principals have requested to clarify some issues on a arrangement of Warden/caretaker in the Girls Hostels attached to Model Schools. In this connection the Director of School Education and Ex-Officio Project Director, RMSA Telangana has given clarifications for smooth functioning of  Girls Hostels. PROCEEDINGS OF THE DIRECTOR OF SCHOOL EDUCATION AND EX-OFFICIO PROJECT DIRECTOR, RMSA, TELANGANA HYDERABADProc.Rc.No.134/RMSA/TS/2014;dated: 09.09.2015  Subject:RMSA, Telangana – Girls Hostels – Arrangement of Warden/caretaker in the Girls Hostels attached to Model Schools -Certain instructions -Issued – Reg. References:1. This office Proceedings Rc.No. 134/RMSAJTS/2014, Dated:, 21-08-2015.2. Representation of certain Principal of Model Schools Certain Principals of Model Schools in the State have requested to clarify

NEP Theme I. Ensuring Learning Outcomes in Elementary Education

NEP/New Education Policy theme I. Ensuring Learning Outcomes in Elementary Education: In elementary education, despite improvements in access and retention, the learning outcomes for a majority of children continue to be an area of serious concern. Studies are showing that children are not learning the basic skills during their schooling. Many children who reach grade V cannot read simple texts and cannot do simple arithmetic calculations. The examination results of the children are poor. Concerted efforts are required to ensure that a minimum set of cognitive skills are acquired by all children during eight years of elementary education. Learning Outcomes: The National Policy on Education 1986, and the Programme of Action 1992 emphasised that Minimum Levels of Learning MLLs) should be laid down and children’s learning should periodically be assessed to keep a track of their progress towards ensuring that “all children acquire at least the minimum levels of learning”. Learning

Inclusive Education for CWSN Scheme Information – Guidelines

Inclusive Education for CWSN Scheme: In view of  the fact that children with disabilities form one of the largest groups that are still outside the fold of the general education system, the scheme provides an opportunity for children with disabilities. who have completed eight years of elementary education to continue their education in regular schools at the secondary level in inclusive environment. The scheme mainly constitutes two types of components viz: Student oriented components Other components (those relating to infrastructure, teacher, awareness generation etc.). Coverage of CWSN in Secondary Education: As per States’ survey the number of CWSN covered under IEDSS scheme during 2009-10 to 2013-14. As per UDISE and SEMIS data, in that table indicates an overall increase in the enrolment of CWSN from 2009 to 2014, except in the year 2011-12 which shows slight decrease in the enrolment of CWSN. The reason for a dip seems to be as

TS KG to PG Quality Education under One System

TS KG to PG Quality Education, We have many schools some are Day-scholar and some are residential based schools. If we observe a residential student secures more marks than other because the atmosphere in residential is quite different when compared to regular schools. There is more scope to the student to achieve good results. This is not a new system this is adopted from our ancient days where there is ashrams and Gurukuls. The student comes out of ashram when he completes his education which includes different skills. Now-a-days we have model schools, social welfare schools, kasturba schools. But Telangana State government  is going to start a prestigious programme “KG to PG” by merging all the above said schools as one and function under one system. As they already have well equipped infrastructure, hostels and the teaching is in English medium, this can be perfect for “KG to PG”. As

TS Kalyana Lakshmi Pathakam Scheme for BC Unmarried girls-GO.5

TS Kalyana Lakshmi Pathakam Scheme for BC Unmarried girls, TS Urged to Grant Aid to Unmarried BC/OBC Girls, Kalyana Lakshmi -TRS Govt. plans for application of a scheme to BC’s/ BCs May Be Included In Kalyana Lakshmi Scheme. Kalyana Lakshmi: A one-time financial assistance of Rs.51,000 will be provided to the bride’s family at the time of marriage to meet the marriage related expenses. A Telangana resident girl, over 18 years of age, belonging to SC or ST communities with a combined annual income of her parents not exceeding Rs.2 lakh is eligible for the Scheme. The Scheme started on 2 October 2014. Under the Scheme, one-time financial assistance of Rs.51,000/- shall be granted to every SC/ST Girl before the marriage provided an application is submitted at least one month in advance from the date of marriage. Kalyana Lakshmi and Shadi Mubarak schemes are being implemented to support the parents of

Badikostha Scheme for Providing Bicycles to AP School Girls

Badikostha Scheme for Providing Bicycles, GO.No.56,Dt: 23-07-2016: A.P. School Education Department to provide bicycles under new scheme “BADIKOSTHA” to all the girl students studying in IX class in Govt/Aided /ZPP/Municipal/Model Schools without any other condition of eligibility to increase enrolment, and attendance and to improve the academic performance of girl students. The government introduced the Scheme ‘Badikosta’ with an objective to minimize dropout rate and to increase enrolment, especially among girl students. Under this scheme, it is proposed to supply bicycles to girl students of Class IX in High Schools. PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMMISSIONER OF SCHOOL EDUCATION ANDHRA PRADESHRc.No.100/PS-1/2016 Dated: 13-02-2017 Sub:- School Education – BADIKOSTA – Providing Bicycles to the students studying of Class IX, studying in Govt./ Aided/ ZPP/ Municipal/Model Schools – Work allotted to bidders – distribution of bicycles to the students – Guidelines issued – Regarding. Ref: 1.G.0.Ms.No.56, School Education, dated:23-07-20162.Govt. Memo.No.442523/Prog.Il/ Al/2017, Dated:Ol-02-2017. The attention of

Guidelines for Vocational Education Courses in TS Model Schools

TS DSE Ex-Officio PD RMSA has given guidelines to the Principals of Model Schools through Rc.No.22 on 05.03.2016 for implementation of Vocational Education in 20 Model Schools 2015-16. DSE inform that, the 5 Vocational Education Training Partners have selected the Vocational Trainers (teachers) after conducting examination and interviews. The implementation of Vocational Education in selected 20 Model Schools to be taken up from January 2016. The detailed list link given here. Accordingly as per the orders of Director of School Education and Ex-Officio Project Director, RMSA class room instructions has been started from 20.01.2016. in this connection detailed guidelines for implementing the vocational education need to be given to the Principals of Model Schools. The guidelines are as follows: Guidelines for Principals of Model Schools for Implementing the vocational education:I. ACADEMIC:1. Each trade has a dedicated vocational teacher who conducts 12 hrs classes per week2. 4-theory3. 2-practical @2 hrs per

The RTE Anthem – Right to Education Anthem 4 Minute Vedeo

The RTE Anthem, The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) Act, 2009 mandates eight years of elementary education to all children in the 6 to 14 years age group.  Different media tools have been used in this regard and the the RTE Anthem is an attempt to do in an joyful and child friendly manner, where in children will imbibe the RTE message from popular public figures in a creative melody. Right to Education Anthem launched by Ministry of Human Resource Development to promote child entitlements enshrined under RTE Act, The star studded Right to Education has been produced by the National Film Development Corporation (NFDC)on behalf of ministry. The anthem that begins with ” tan, tan, tan, sunoghanti baji school ki, chalo school tumko pukaare….”sung by famous bollywood singers  Sonu Nigam and Sunidhi Chouhan. RTE Anthem was written by reowned lyricist Javed Akthtar . The song