Samagra Shiksha is an overarching programme for the school education sector extending from pre-school to class 12. The scheme has been prepared with the broader goal of improving school effectiveness measured in terms of equal opportunities for schooling and equitable learning outcomes. It subsumes the three Schemes of Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA), Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (RMSA) and Teacher Education (TE). Telangana State SSA Old Official Website SSA.TG.NIC.IN is not working.
Telangana State SSA Web Portal is Samagra Shiksha dot telangana dot gov dot in.
समग्र शिक्षा तेलंगाना वेबसाइट : samagrashiksha.telangana.gov.in
సమగ్ర శిక్ష తెలంగాణ వెబ్సైటు : samagrashiksha.telangana.gov.in
Telangana State SSA Web Portal:
We know that Telangana had emerged as the 29th state of India on 2nd June, 2014. The official websites were started and they are functioning. The government of Telangana has newly created Web portal for Samagra Shiksha (Sarva Siksha Abhiyan), Department of School Education and its is running. So the new Telangana SSA official web portal is ready to access for more information of school education and Samagra Shiksha (SSA) scheme. The present official web portal sss.ap.nic.in will continue for the Andhra Pradesh state.
Telangana State, Hn’ble Chief Minister Sr K.Chandrasekhar Rao; Sri.G. Jagadish Reddy, Hon’ble Minister of Education and Sri M.Jagadeeswar, I.A.S., State Project Director(FAC), Sarva Siksha Abhiyan , Commissioner and Director of School Education Photos are provided on this Telangana State Samagra Shiksha SSA Web Portal Home Page. This website is looking good and nice.
We can access the Samagra Shiksha SSA Scheme details, Latest School Education Programmes information, Ongoing School Programes and Proceedings of Education Department. Teachers can download Training modules, Radio / TV Programme Schedules and Formats from this website. RTE Act, RTI Act, Radio / TV Schedule details are provided by the SSA officials on its web portal. This website perfectly opens in Internet Explorer Browser. SSA Programmes of YouTube Video link also has been given on this website.
Samagra Shiksha (Sarva Shksha Abhiyan) is an effort to universalize elementary education by community ownership of school system. It is a response to the demand for quality basic education all over the country. The Samagra Shiksha SSA programme is also an attempt to provide an opportunity for improving of community owned quality education in a mission mode.
Samagra Shiksha is a flagship programme aimed at all-round development of school children under Department of School Education & Literacy Ministry of Human Resource Development Government of India
Samagra Shiksha Focus on Girl Education
Samagra Shiksha Holistic Approach to Education
✓ Single Scheme for the School Education Sector from Classes I to XII-extension of interventions to higher secondary stage.
✓ Treat school education holistically as a continuum from Pre-school to Class 12.
✓ Supporting States to initiate pre-primary education.
✓ Inclusion of senior secondary levels and pre-school levels in support for School education for the first time
Aims of Samagra Shiksha
1. The Samagra Shiksha is to provide useful and relevant elementary education for all children in the 6 to 14 age group. There is also another goal to bridge social, regional and gender gaps, with the active participation of the community in the management of schools.
2. Useful and relevant education signifies a quest for an education system that is not alienating and that draws on community solidarity. Its aim is to allow children to learn about and master their natural environment in a manner that allows the fullest harnessing of their human potential both spiritually and materially. This quest must also be a process of value based learning that allows children an opportunity to work for each other’s well being rather than to permit mere selfish pursuits.
3. Samagra Shiksha realizes the importance of Early Childhood Care and Education and looks at the 0-14 age as a continuum. All efforts to support pre-school learning in ICDS centres or special pre-school centres in non ICDS areas will be made to supplement the efforts being made by the Department of Women and Child Development.
Samagra Shiksha Details:
Samagra Shiksha Objectives
The major objectives of the Scheme are
• Provision of quality education and enhancing learning outcomes of students;
• Bridging Social and Gender Gaps in School Education;
• Ensuring equity and inclusion at all levels of school education;
• Ensuring minimum standards in schooling provisions;
• Promoting Vocationalisation of education;
• Support States in implementation of Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) Act, 2009; and
• Strengthening and up-gradation of SCERTs/State Institutes of Education and DIET as a nodal agencies for teacher training.
Samagra Shiksha Major Features
1. Holistic approach to education
a. Single Scheme for the School Education Sector from Classes I to XII- extension of interventions to senior secondary stage.
b. Treat school education holistically as a continuum from Pre-school to Class 12
c. Supporting States to initiate pre-primary education
d. Inclusion of senior secondary levels and pre-school levels in support for School education for the first time
2. Administrative reform
a. Single and unified administrative structure leading to harmonized implementation
b. Flexibility to States to prioritise their interventions under the Scheme
c. An integrated administration looking at ‘school’ as a continuum
3. Enhanced Funding for Education
a. The budget has been enhanced.
b. Learning outcomes and steps taken for quality improvement will be the basis for allocation of grants under the Scheme.
4. Focus on Quality of Education
a. Emphasis on improvement of Learning Outcomes
b. Enhanced Capacity Building of Teachers
c. Focus on strengthening Teacher Education Institutions like SCERTs and DIETs to improve the quality of prospective teachers in the system
d. SCERT to be the nodal institution for in-service and pre-service teacher training – will make training dynamic and need-based.
e. Key focus on quality education emphasizing capacity building of teachers in online and offline mode as well as strengthening of Teacher Education Institutions SCERT/DIET/BRC/CRC/CTEs/IASEs.
d. Annual Grant per school for strengthening of Libraries
e. Almost 1 million schools to be given library grant .
f. Enhanced focus on improving quality of education by focus on the two T’s – Teachers and Technology
g. Outcome oriented allocation of resources
5. Focus on Digital Education
a. Support ‘Operation Digital Board’ in all secondary schools over a period of 5 years, which will revolutionize education- easy to understand, technology based learning classrooms will become flipped classrooms.
b. Enhanced use of digital technology in education through smart classrooms, digital boards and DTH channels
c. Digital initiatives like Shala Kosh, Shagun, Shaala Saarthi to be strengthened
d. Strengthening of ICT infrastructure in schools from upper primary to higher secondary level.
e. “DIKSHA”, digital portal for teachers to be used extensively for upgrading skills of teachers
f. Enhanced Use of Technology to improve access and provision of quality education – ‘Sabko Shiksha Achhi Shiksha’
6. Strengthening of Schools
a. Emphasis on consolidation of schools for improvement of quality
b. Enhanced Transport facility to children across all classes from I to VIII for universal access to school
c. Increased allocation for infrastructure strengthening in schools
d. Composite school grant increased and to be allocated on the basis of school enrolment.
e. Specific provision for Swachhta activities – support ‘Swachh Vidyalaya’
f. Improve the Quality of Infrastructure in Government Schools
7. Focus on Girl Education
a. Empowerment of girls
b. Upgradation of KGBVs from Class 6-8 to Class 6-12 .
c. Self-defence training for girls from upper primary to higher secondary stage
d. Stipend for CWSN girls to be provided from Classes I to XII. – earlier only IX to XII.
e. Enhanced Commitment to ‘Beti Bachao Beti Padhao’
8. Focus on Inclusion
a. Allocation for uniforms under RTE Act enhanced per child per annum.
b. Allocation for textbooks under the RTE Act, enhanced per child per annum. Energized textbooks to be introduced.
c. Allocation for Children with Special Needs (CwSN) increased from Rs. 3000 to Rs. 3500 per child per annum. Stipend of Rs. 200 per month for Girls with Special Needs from Classes 1 to 12.
d. Commitment to ‘Sabko Shiksha Achhi Shiksha’
9. Focus on Skill Development
a. Exposure to Vocational Skills at Upper Primary Level would be extended.
b. Strengthening of vocational education at secondary level as an integral part of curriculum
c. Vocational education which was limited to Class 9-12, to be started from class 6 as integrated with the curriculum and to be made more practical and industry oriented.
d. Reinforce emphasis on ‘Kaushal Vikas’
10. Focus on Sports and Physical Education
a. Sports equipment will be provided to all schools under this component.
b. Sports Education to be an integral part of curriculum
c. Every school will receive sports equipments under the scheme to inculcate and emphasize relevance of sports in the school curriculum
d. Support ‘Khelo India’
11. Focus on Regional Balance
a. Promote Balanced Educational Development
b. Preference to Educationally Backward Blocks (EBBs), LWEs, Special Focus Districts (SFDs), Border areas and the 115 aspirational districts identified by Niti Aayog
‘Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas’ and Sabko Shiksha Achhi Shiksha
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