AP Badi Pilustondi Programme Strategy & Objectives, Expected Outcomes, A Special Drive Badi pilustondi programme in all AP Schools: Malli Badiki/ Badi Pilustondi Programme in all AP Schools: Government of Andhra Pradesh has launched “Badi Pilustondi” Programme as one of its campaign programme. Education for All is one of the important themes of the Social Empowerment Mission.
Govt. of A.P having fully realised the importance of education, in order to improve all social and economic indicators is giving top priority to the education sector. Primary Education, School Education is the foundation for the improvement of overall education scenario in the state.
“Badi Pilustondi”(School Calling) is a continuous programme to improve the situation in the schools and thereby education scenario. To achieve this, the community, parents, district administration and teachers have to play their roles effectively in the “Janmabhoomi-maa vooru” programme launched by the Hon’ble Chief Minister. Information on education related issues shall be furnished in the format communicated by the Planning Department to the State Project Office, SSA, A.P, Hyderabad (email@example.com) every day in the evening.
Badi Pilustondi Programme Strategy:
The objectives of “Badi Pilustondi” shall be achieved through community participation, parents’ involvement, effective teacher participation and also regular monitoring by the education department. The knowledge of NGOs, CBOs and Corporates will also be utilized in improving the infrastructure as well as the quality of education.
The resources under SSA and RMSA programs shall be utilized fully and effectively and in a transparent manner. It is observed that though schools are provided grants under SSA and RMSA, many schools as on today do not have television facilities through a number of lessons are being telecasted through MANA TV. Timely utilization of funds will ensure better grants from Govt. of India.
Success lies in creating awareness among parents about the importance of education and highlighting the benefits being provided by the Govt. to take this education to their doorstep. Awareness shall also be created about the mid-day meal program.
It is established that many of the children are not utilizing the mid-day-meal as food is not tasty and not being served hot. The local community and School Management Committees should be made active in effective supervising of mid-day-meal benefit being availed by all the children.
The supervisory officers in the Education Department like., MEOs, Dy.EOs, DEOs need to visit schools on a regular basis to ensure that the academic calendar is followed and the syllabus is completed as per timeline. Children enrolled should be retained and dropouts arrested fully. The performance of the children in various aspects should be reviewed and monitored.
It is revealed in many Annual Status of Education Report (ASER) and State Level Achievement Survey 2014 (SLAS) the learning levels of the children in Govt. Schools are far from satisfactory. There is a need for making concerted efforts for ensuring effective academic monitoring of schools in order to improve learning level of students in all classes.
The involvement of all other departmental officers as a part of “Janmabhoomi-Maa vooru” is expected to motivate parents to send children to school, especially girl children. AP Badi Pilustondi Programme Strategy & Objectives.
Badi Pilustondi Programme Objectives:
“Badi Pilustondi” campaign is launched with the following objectives.
1. All children in the age group of 6-14 years shall be enrolled in the schools. There shall be no dropouts/ never enrolled children in any village.
2. No child shall be employed as child labor.
3. School should have a high-quality infrastructure. The minimum requirement like., number of classrooms, toilets, drinking water etc. as defined in the RTE Act shall be fulfilled in all schools.
4. Quality education shall be imparted in all schools.
5. The schools shall also impart about the environmental issues like., Tree Plantation, Water Harvesting, etc., to the child.
6. Children shall be provided with excellent quality mid-day-meal. Mid-day meal shall be provided in adequate quantity as per norms.
7. The mid-day-meals shall be prepared in a hygienic environment and the hot mid-day-meal shall be served to all children.
8. All children shall be provided with entitlement like., Text Books, Uniforms as per the time schedule.
9. All children shall be imparted with quality education, regular monitoring and continuous evaluation of the children learning outcomes and regulation of teachers will be ensured.
10. All Adults who are illiterates shall be made literates in the coming four years to achieve 100% literacy. While children below 14 years will be encouraged to enroll in schools, dropouts above 14 years can avail Open School system.
11. There shall be transparency in the implementation of all the programmes and in incurring expenditure at schools. AP Badi Pilustondi Programme Strategy & Objectives
Badi Pilustondi Programme Expected Outcomes:
1. All Out of School Children in the village shall be enrolled.
2. RSTCs/ NRSTCs shall be opened wherever required to impart bridge courses to Out of School Children.
3. All toilets sanctioned by the District Collector under RWS, SSA, and RMSA shall be completed before 30.06.2015.
4. All kitchen sheds and ACRs sanctioned under various schemes shall be completed.
5. A large number of Additional Class Rooms (ACRs) are also sanctioned under SSA and RMSA but not yet grounded in many districts. – 100% grounding of works shall be ensured.
6. Funds were released for providing furniture in Upper Primary Schools and High Schools under SSA/ RMSA for the year 2014-15. District Collectors shall ensure providing proper furniture in schools immediately.
7. There shall be an improvement in the number of children taking midday-meals. At least 10% increase shall be achieved.
8. 100% Aadhar seeding of children shall be ensured so that there will be transparency in enrolment, teacher deployment and proper utilization of funds for free textbooks and uniforms.
9. The Academic Instructors approved by the Government in view of the teacher vacancies shall be deployed by the time of school reopening after the Dasara holidays.
10. Schools shall make effective utilization of school grants and maintenance grants released under SSA and RMSA. This will ensure clean premises, whitewashing of all schools, good ambience and availability of Teaching Learning Equipment in every school.
11. The toilets shall be maintained in good condition. Govt. of A.P has sanctioned Rs.1,000/- per month to all Primary Schools where enrolment is more than 60, Rs.1,500/- per month to all Upper Primary where enrolment is more than 100 and Rs.2,500/- per month to all High Schools where enrolment is more than 150. These grants are being passed on to the schools and should be utilized effectively in maintaining toilets and drinking water sources in good condition.
12. The district action plan should be prepared in every district to cover all the infrastructure gaps under SSA and RMSA as per the approved Annual Work Plan of the Financial year 2015-16. Balance infrastructure gaps may be included in the Annual Work Plan for 2016-17.
13. Some issues, which cannot be covered under SSA and RMSA shall be submitted to the State Government for sanction of funds.
14. Teacher performance should be closely monitored by the MEOs. DEOs, RJDSEs and the District Collectors. Those teachers, whose performance is excellent should be rewarded through meritorious certificates.
15. All adults who are illiterate should be enrolled under “Sakshara Bharath” programme and District Collectors should motivate them to attend examinations under National Open School system and also A.P Open School system and ensure that they are made literates within coming four years.