RMSA (Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan)
The Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan is a flagship scheme of Government of India, launched in March, 2009, to enhance access to secondary education and improve its quality.
- The scheme envisages to achieve a gross enrolment ratio of 75% from 52.26% in 2005-06 for classes IX-X within 5 years of its implementation, by providing a secondary school within reasonable distance of any habitation.
- Improve the quality of education imparted at secondary level by making all secondary schools conform to prescribed norms.
- Remove gender, socio-economic and disability barriers.
- Provide universal access to secondary level education by 2017, i.e. by the end of the 12th Five Year Plan
- Enhance and universalize retention by 2020
- Additional class rooms
- Art and crafts room
- Toilet blocks
- Drinking water provisions
- Residential Hostels for Teachers in remote areas.
- Appointment of additional teachers to reduce PTR to 30:1
- Focus on Science, Math and English education
- In-service training of teachers
- Science laboratories
- ICT enabled education
- Curriculum reforms; and
- Teaching learning reforms.
|S. No.||Category||No. of Schools|
|4.||Higher Secondary Schools||321|
MANAGEMENT WISE NUMBER OF SCHOOLS
|Department of Education||0||1||118||130||249|
|Enrolment – ALL – 2016-2017|
|S. No.||Name of the Block||Primary I – V||Upper Primary VI – VIII||Total Enrolment I-VIII|
|Source: DISE 2016.17
|Teachers in Primary Sections in Primary, Middle, High and Higher Secondary Schools – 2016-2017|
|S. No||Block||Government||Pvt Aided||Pvt Unaided|
|Teachers Handling Primary Classes Only||Teachers Handling Primary and Upper Primary Classes||Teachers Handling Primary Classes Only||Teachers Handling Primary and Upper Primary Classes||Teachers Handling Primary Classes Only||Teachers Handling Primary and Upper Primary Classes|
All the Head Masters & Chairmen of School Management Development Committees(SMDC) of identified Secondary Schools are informed that State Project Office RMSA have sanctioned & released amounts vide references 1st to 6th read above from the introduction of the Centrally Sponsored Scheme “Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan” from the year 2009-10.
Further they are informed that GOI, MHRD, New Delhi have communicated a Framework for Implementation of RMSA Scheme. Based on the Frame Work of chapter IV of 4.6 the following are the details of sanctioned components, Grant of amount and details for utilization of Grants relating to Physical infrastructure, School Annual Grants under Recurring Grants :
|Repair/ replacement of Laboratory Equipments/ Purchase of Lab Consumable Articles||25,000/-||v Annual Grant of Rs. 25,000/- per School per Annum or as per Actual requirements.
v Science Lab for classes IX & X.
v Replacement and/or repairing of laboratory equipments
v Purchase of consumables/chemical etc.
v Upkeep of laboratories
v Any other activity relating to Science & Mathematics
|Purchase of Books, Periodicals, news papers etc.||10,000/-||v Purchase of books with due reference to the lists of books recommended by the KVS (or)
v List recommended by the State Governments (or)
v Rs. 10,000/- per annum or the actual expenditure, whichever is less
v Text books and reference books for teachers should also be included.
v (or) as per the scheme formulated by Raja Ram Mohan Ray Library Foundation, the Nodal Agency of GOI, to support Public library Services and Systems.
|Water & Electricity charges, Telephone charges, Internet Charges, other rates & taxes||15,000/-||v To the extent of Grant/Actual Expenditure whichever is less to meet the expenditure incurred|
AMONT UTILISED FOR SCHOOL GRANT IN 2016-17
|SL.NO||No fo Schools Received school grant||Amount Utilised (Rs.)|
In Service Training:
In-service Training for Professional Development -2716 subject teachers (Tamil,English,Maths,Science andSocial Science) were given In service training to update the knowledge and teaching competency at the approval outlay of 26.08 lakhs.
- 10 days training was conducted for the teachers from August to December 2016.
- Mathematics Teaching through computers and Science
- Training was given by Subject Experts, DIET faculties and Resource Persons aided by Subjectwise ITPD Modules (NCERT&SCERT Modules).
- PPT pr Power Point Presentation CD’s and Animated CD’s given to all teachers.esentationNCERT, RMSA Cell ITPD SCERT Training modules were revised based on State Board Syllabus for IX and X in consultation with University Professor, DIET Faculties, Experts, Eminent Educationists, Experienced Subject Teachers.
- The training was focussed on Practical Oriented teaching learning strategies and to promote students’ confidence in mathematics, curiosity, freedom and belief in doing mathematics.
SL.NO SUBJECT NO OF TEACHERS AMOUNT UTILIZED 1 Tamil 455 484310 2 English 283 220490 3 Maths 700 710430 4 Science 729 684870 5 Social Science 549 507400 Total 2716 2607500
School Leadership Development Programme (SLDP)
Develop New Generation Leaders to Transform Schools so that Every Child Learns and Every School Excels
Enhance Leadership Capability at School Level for Institution Building to Deliver Quality Education
- Perspective on School Leadership
- Leading Partnerships
- Leading School Administration
- Developing Self
- Transforming Teaching-Learning Process
- Building and Leading Teams
- Leading Innovations
|SL.NO||SUBJECT||NO OF HEAD MASTERS||AMOUNT UTILIZED|
|1||SLDP (16 days)
Goals to achieve the vision:
- To provide a secondary school within a reasonable distance of any habitation or within a radius of 5 km.
- Special attention to The economically weaker sections of the society. The educationally backward and the girls in the society.
Criteria for upgrading a Middle School into a High School:
- There should not be any Govt.High / Hr. Sec. Schools within the radius of 5 Km from the concerned Middle School.
- SC/ST/Minorities dominated areas.
- Concerned Middle School must have 40 or more number of students in the feeder school.
YEAR WISE NO OF SCHOOLS UPGRADED FROM MIDDLE TO HIGH SCHOOLS
|SL.NO||YEAR OF UPGRADATION||NO OF SCHOOLS||amount utilized (in lakhs)|
|4||2011-12 (school ducation)||4||643.08|
The Model School scheme aims to provide quality education to talented rural children through setting up of 12 model schools at the rate of one school per EBB block as benchmark of excellence. The scheme has the following objectives:
- To have at least one good quality senior secondary school in every block.
- To have a pace setting role
- To try out innovative curriculum and pedagogy
- To be a model in infrastructure, curriculum, evaluation and school governance
Phase : I
|Sl. No||Name of the
|Name of the Model School||Amount Utilized for Construction of Building (in lakhs)||Construction Agency||Building Status|
|1||Konganapuram||Model School, Konganapuram||293.00||TNPHC||Completed|
|2||Edappady||Model School, Edappady||290.90||TNPHC||Completed|
|3||Kadayampatty||Model School, Kadayampatty||282.00||TNPHC||Completed|
Phase : II
|Sl. No||Name of the
|Name of the Model School||Amount Utilized for Construction of Building
|Construction Agency||Building Status|
|1||Nagavalli||Model School, Nagavalli||459.11||TNPHC||Completed|
|2||Pethanaickenpalayam||Model School, Pethanaickenpalayam||464.40||TNPHC||Completed|
|3||Magudanchavadi||Model School, Magudanchavadi||463.69||TNPHC||Completed|
|4||Yercaud||Model School, Yercaud||563.14||TNPHC||Completed|
|5||Sankari||Model School, Sankari||484.31||TNPHC||Completed|
|6||Veerapandi||Model School, Veerapandi||484.12||TNPHC||Completed|
|7||Kolathur||Model School, Kolathur||488.57||TNPHC||Completed|
|8||Panamarathupatty||Model School, Panamarathupatty||485.60||TNPHC||Completed|
|9||Tharamangalam||Model School, Tharamangalam||483.72||TNPHC||Completed|
This is a new Centrally Sponsored Scheme launched in 2008-09 and is being implemented from 2009-10 to set up a 100-bedded Girls’ Hostel in each of 3479 Educationally Backward Blocks (EBBs) in the country. The Scheme has replaced the earlier NGO driven Scheme for construction and running of Girls’ Hostels for Students of Secondary and Higher Secondary Schools, under which assistance was provided to voluntary organisations for running Girls’ Hostels.
The main objective of the Scheme is to retain the girl child in secondary school so that girl students are not denied the opportunity to continue their study due to distance to school, parents’ financial affordability and other connected societal factors. Another objective of the Scheme is to make Secondary and Senior Secondary education accessible to a larger number of girl students.
The girl students in the age group of 14-18 yrs. studying in classes IX and XII belonging to SC, ST, OBC, Minority communities and BPL families will form the target group of the Scheme. Students passing out of KGBV will be given preference in admission in hostels. At least 50% of girls admitted will be from SC, ST, OBC and Minority communities.
|S. No.||Item||Rs. in lakhs|
|Non recurring grant|
|1.||Construction of building including 2 room accommodation for warden||State schedule of rates to be used as per specified detailed norms for a 100-bedded hostel.|
|3.||Boring Hand Pump (minimum rates prescribed by State Drinking Water department subject to a ceiling of Rs. 1.00 lacs)|
|5.||Furniture and equipment including kitchen equipments||6.91|
|1.||Food/Lodging Expenditure per girl child @ Rs. 1500 per month||18.00|
|2.||Honorarium of warden @ Rs. 5,000 per month (in addition to her salary as teacher)||0.60|
|3.||Chowkidar @ Rs. 3,000 per month||0.36|
|4.||1 Head Cook (@ Rs. 3,000 per month) and 2 Astt. Cook (@ Rs. 2,500 per month)||0.96|
|5.||Electricity/Water per year||0.60|
|6.||Maintenance per year||0.40|
|7.||Medical care@ Rs. 750 per year per girl||0.75|
|8.||Toiletries and sanitation @ Rs. 100 per month for each girl||1.20|
|9.||News paper/ magazines and sports @ Rs. 2,000 per month||0.24|
IEDSS (INCLUSIVE EDUCATION FOR DIFFERENTLY ABLE AT SECONDARY STAGE)
The Centrally Sponsored IEDSS Scheme aims to enable all students with disabilities completing eight years of elementary schooling an opportunity to complete four years of secondary schooling (classes IX to XII) in an inclusive and enabling environment.
To provide educational opportunities and facilities to students with disabilities in the general education system at the secondary level
To support the training of general school teachers to meet the needs of children with disabilities at the secondary level.
- Every child with disability will be identified at the secondary level and his educational need assessed
- Every student in need of aids and appliances, assistive devices will be provided the same.
- All architectural barriers in schools are removed so that students with disability have access to classrooms, laboratories, libraries and toilets in the school.
- Each student with disability will be supplied learning material as per her requirement .
- Students with disabilities will have access to support services like the appointment of special educators, establishment of resource rooms in every block
- Model schools are set up in every state to develop good replicable practice in inclusive education
|Name of the Project||Expenditure Upto 31.03.2017|
|1.1||Environment building programme||172263|
|1.2||Orientation of Principals, Educational adminstrators parents/guardians ect.||210000|
|1.5||Identification and assessment (Medical Camp)||108200|
|1.7||Stipend for Girls||577600|
|Total for Recurring||4523919|
GIRLS HOSTEL CONSTRUCTION BUILDING DETAILS
|Sl. No||Name of the
|Name of the Girls Hostel||Amount Utilized for Construction of Building
|Construction Agency||Building Status|
|1||Edappady||Girls Hostel, Edappady||235.00||PWD||Completed|
|2||Kadayampatti||Girls Hostel, Kadayampatti||235.00||PWD||Completed|
|3||Kolathur||Girls Hostel, Kolathur||235.00||PWD||Completed|
|4||Nangavalli||Girls Hostel, Nangavalli||235.00||PWD||Completed|
|5||Panamarathupatti||Girls Hostel, Panamarathupatti||235.00||PWD||Completed|
|6||Veerapandi||Girls Hostel, Veerapandi||235.00||PWD||Completed|
|7||Yercaud||Girls Hostel, Yercaud||266.36||PWD||Completed|
|8||Tharamangalam||Girls Hostel, Tharamangalam||235.00||PWD||Completed|
|9||Pethanaickenpalayam||Girls Hostel, Pethanaickenpalayam||235.00||PWD||Completed|
|10||Sankagiri||Girls Hostel, Sankagiri||235.00||PWD||Completed|
|11||Konganapuram||Girls Hostel, Konganapuram||235.00||PWD||Completed|
|12||Magudanchavadi||Girls Hostel, Magudanchavadi||235.00||PWD||Completed|