The Government colleges affiliated with Delhi University are, generally, running conventional courses in Science, Commerce and Humanities. Though these degree level courses have not lost their relevance, the demand from the employer sectors like industry, commerce and research for emerging and thrust areas is increasing unabatedly. It is, therefore, proposed to introduce professional courses, with much better placement prospects, like Biotechnology, Genetics Plant Molecular Biology, Environment studies etc. In fact the Hon’ble Supreme Court, in one of its judgments, has issued directions for introducing Environment studies as compulsory studies in colleges at degree level. The courses will, to begin with, have intake of 30 students. Initially these courses may be started in the colleges fully funded by the Govt. of Delhi, and imparting Science education. There are five Colleges of this category. The beginning may be made by introducing these courses in four colleges with intake of 30 students in each course in each college. This would create 480 seats for specialized professional courses. Starting of the course would be subject to its approval by Delhi University and other Authorities concerned. An outlay of Rs.5 crores for the 10th Five Year Plan and Rs.53 lakhs in the initial year of the Plan has been provided to meet the cost of deploying teaching staff and procurement of Lab. Equipments and library books etc. No expenditure would be required to be incurred on land, building etc. as these will be run in the premises of already established Govt. colleges.
An outlay of Rs.500.00 Lakhs has been approved for 10th Five Year Plan and Rs.40.00 Lakhs is approved outlay for Annual Plan 2005-06.
11. GIA TO THE COLLEGES BEING MANAGED BY TRUSTS AND AFFILIATED WITH DELHI UNIVERSITY FOR RETORATION OF HERITAGE BUILDING (INCL.D.U.HERITAGE BUILDINGS (Approved outlay for 10th plan Rs 2500 Lakhs outlay for annual plan 2005-06 Rs. 300 lakhs)
Presently more than 80 Degree colleges are affiliated with Delhi University. The status of these colleges is as under:-
These colleges are provided 100% Grant in Aid by University Grants Commissions (UGC)
(ii) Central Govt.College.
The entire expenditure of these colleges is met by the Government of India.
(iii) Delhi Government Colleges.
The entire Government of these colleges borne by Delhi Government.
(iv) Delhi Government sponsored Colleges.
Maintenance expenditure of 16 colleges is borne by UGC (95%) and Delhi Govt. (5%) on sharing basis. The expenditure on Land and Buildings of these colleges is shared by UGC and Delhi Government in the ration of 50 : 50 . The tax expenditure of 4 evening colleges is borne by UGC. The entire expenditure of the remaining 20 colleges is borne by Delhi Government.
(v) TRUST COLLEGES.
Following 24 colleges are being run by Trusts:-
St.Stephen;s College (1881)
Hindu Collece (1899)
Ramjas College (1917)
Zakir Hussain College (1924)
Zakir Hussain Evening College
Indra Prastha College for women (1924)
Shri Ram College of Commerce (1926)
Lady Irwin College (1932)
Hans Raj College (1948)
Shari Guru Teg Bhadur Khalsa College (1951)
Shri Guru Teg Bahadur Khalsa Evening College
Lady Shri Ram College for Women (1956)
PG DAV College (1957)
PG DAV Evening College
Atma Ram Sanatan Dharam College (1959)
Janki Devi Mahavidayalaya (1959)
Sghri Venkateshwara College.
Daulat Ram College (1960)
Shyam Lal College (1964)
Shyam Lal College Evening College
Mata Sundari College (1967)
Jesus & Merr5y College (1968)
Instt.of Home Economics
Sh.Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce (1984)
In the initial years, the entire expenditure of these colleges was borne by the respective trust and no financial assistance was provided by the UGC. At present 95% maintenance grant is provided by U.G.C. and 5 % maintenance expenditure is borne by respect trust.
The main objective of the scheme is to improve physical infrastructure of colleges being managed by Private Trusts and affiliated with Delhi University. GIA will also be given to other colleges for maintenance of their Heritage buildings.
Need and Justification:
The buildings of these colleges were constructed long back by the respective trusts from their own resources. Some of these buildings are very old and in dilapidated condition which require major repair, renovation and replacement works. Now these days most of these trusts are facing financial crisis and are not in a position to maintain these college buildings in proper shape. They are also facing difficulty for strengthening and modernization of Laboratories, Workshops and Libraries etc. These trusts are also not getting adequate financial support for this purpose from U.G.C. The infrastructure facilities of these colleges are deteriorating day by day. This would ultimately have adverse impact on the over all academic environment of College Education.
These colleges are very reputed Institutions and their contribution in the field of Higher Education is quite significant. A large number of students of the Capital City are benefited by these colleges in every year. Thus these colleges play an important role in imparting Higher Education to the students of Delhi.
Keeping in view the deteriorated condition of infrastructure facilities in such colleges, their contribution in Higher Education and resources crunch with private trusts, it is appropriate that Delhi Govt may provide Special Grant-in-Aid to these colleges for infrastructure Development.
This GIA would be utilized for the following purpose:-
a. Repair, renovation, modification expansion and maintenance of college building.
b. Maintenance of Heritage Buildings.
The maximum amount of such Grant-in-Aid would be Rs. One Crore per
College and a college get such GIA one time in fiver years period.
This GIA would be released by the Directorate of Higher Education to the colleges through Delhi University after approval from the Planning and Finance Departments of Government of Delhi. Directorate of Higher Education will prepare draft pattern of G.I.A. and obtain its approval from Planning and Finance Departments.
In the month of April (each year) Directorate of Higher Education would invite proposals for this purpose from the colleges of Private Trusts through Delhi University in the prescribed Performa to be devised by the Directorate of Higher Education. The proposals received from colleges would be forwarded by Delhi University to the Directorate of Higher Education latest by June after scrutiny and verification of necessary information/details. These proposals will be examined in detail by the Directorate of Higher Education and placed before the GIA committee by July-August. The Committee will recommend specific amount of GIA to colleges after taking into account the total allocation for the scheme in a particular year, financial position of Trust/Colleges, financial assistance provided by U.G.C., priority of works and other relevant factors.
An outlay of Rs.300 Lac is approved for this scheme in Annual Plan 2005-06.
III. MUNICIPAL CORPORATION OF DELHI
SCHEME NO.1 :EXPANSION & IMPROVEMENT OF PRE - PRIMARY
EDUCATION (AGE GROUP 4-5 YEARS).-Rs. 165.00 Lac
OBJECTIVES : To provide suitable environment and for the proper growth of children in the age group of 4-5 years, and thereby reducing wastage and stagnation at the primary level.
The need for pre-primary education has long been emphasized on the ground that pre-primary/nursery education has been accepted as an integral part of primary education. it is basically school readiness programme which prepares the child for formal school. It would lead to providing healthy wholesome learning environment. It is also considered as a preparatory stage for the realisation of universalisation of primary education.
Provision of Nursery school facilities serves a useful purpose in preparing children for formal education. This is particularly necessary in respect of children coming from unsatisfactory home conditions where extent of wastage and stagnation is very high. Nursery Education helps to reduce this to a great extent. Additionally of funds for opening new Nursery sections is an essential pre-requisite for healthy growth of Elementary Education in the primary sections. Besides, there is tremendous demand for opening of new nursery classes/schools in different colonies/segments. Keeping in view the ground reality, children living in these colonies who are at the lowest level of the social strata must go to the nursery classes so as to make a timely beginning in the process of getting elementary education. This will help in reducing dropout rate and shall bring about improvement in the quality of education in primary classes.
Norms for opening of new nursery classes / additional nursery sections are as follows :-
No. of Sections No. of Children
1st Section from 20 to 40
2nd Section from 41 to 70
3rd Section from 71 to 100
4th Section from 101 to 130
Keep on adding 30 for each additional section
At present 1512 nursery classes/sections are functioning in 926 primary schools besides 33 independent Nursery schools with an enrolment of 0.49 lacs children.
During the Annual Plan 2005-2006, following attached classes / additional sections and posts will be created.
No. of new nursery classes/ additional sections to be opened.
No. of posts of HMs to be created
Posts of Nry. Teachers to be created
Posts of Nry.Ayas to be created.
No. of children to be covered.
For discouraging the early introduction of the 3 R’s by promoting the play way methods, educational toys and other nursery equipments shall be provided in schools. Material required for facilitating the growth and development of pre primary education shall be provided in schools which shall include building blocks, tricycles, cotton durries, ghunghroo, educational toys, musical instruments etc., Tables, Chairs, Wooden Chowkies and Steel Almirahs for children are proposed to be purchased during 2005-2006 to equip the nursery sections/classes.
FINANCIAL OUTLAYS (RS.165 LACS)
SCHEME NO.2 :EXPANSION OF PRIMARY EDUCATION (Rs. 1840 Lac)
OBJECTIVES : Universalisation of Primary Education and providing educational facilities to all children in the age group of 5-11 yrs. in the area under the jurisdiction of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi.
Providing primary schooling facilities is an obligatory function of the Corporation. Under the scheme, it is necessary to extend primary educational facilities to every child in the age group of 5-11 years. Corporation has opened primary schools in its area in such a way that every eligible child can seek admission by traveling a walking distance from the place of his residence. There are 1853 primary schools with a total enrolment of 897530. These schools cover rural, slum areas, J.J. clusters, re-settlement colonies and other colonies developed by the DDA/Govt. of NCT, Delhi.
Tents and kanats shall be provided in schools where the department is not in a position to provide pucca school building on account of newly opened school, rented building, disputed site etc.
Yard-stick for post fixation of teachers being followed in primary schools is as under:-
Ordinal No. of No. of children in classes
sections.I, IIIII, IV & V
Ist Section up to 55 up to 55
2nd Section 56 to 100 56 to 95
3rd Section 101 to 145 96 to 135
Next section go on adding 45 go on adding 40
On every ten sections in a school, one additional post of teacher is provided. For post fixation, the posts of H.Ms. shall not be taken into account as the HM would be taking care of the school system and shall be involved in inspection/supervision of classes in his/her school. They would however be required to take demonstration teaching of 10 periods per week.
On an average, 15% of the working teachers are attending various training programmes which are organised for qualitative improvement. Quite a large number of female teachers about 10% are on maternity leave or extra ordinary leave. The female primary teachers are away from their duty because of the posting of their husbands in other parts of the Country or Abroad. Therefore, a training-cum-leave reserve panel of teachers needs to be created. Each zone will be allocated posts under training-cum-leave reserve keeping in view the total number of teachers in their zones. 15% of the total posts of primary teachers shall be created to be utilised as leave / training reserve. This will also serve the department when teachers are promoted as TGT’s or Head Masters.
Keeping in view the increase in the number of children, following posts shall be created during 2005-2006.
No. of schools to be opened/ bifurcated
No. of additional children to be covered
Posts of SI(Gen) to be created
Posts of H.Ms. to be created
No. of posts of pry.Trs.to be created
Posts of pry. trs. to be created for use as leave / training reserve
Posts of Class-IV to be created
To enhance the capacity of schools in retaining children in the school system, essential infrastructural facilities will be provided in schools for teachers and children. Furniture items like Big Steel Almirah, HMs Tables, HM Chairs, Teacher Tables, Chairs, Racks, Black Boards and other required furniture items will be purchased for use in schools. It shall be the endeavour of the department to provide dual desks to all the children. Dual desks for all children shall be purchased during 2005-2006. Till then Jute patties and Durries will be purchased for use by children.. Globe, Atlas and maps (World, India and Delhi -both political and physical) will be purchased for use in the schools.
OBJECTIVES : To attain qualitative improvement in educational standards with a thrust on improving the quality of In-service Teacher Education.
The pressure of expansion in the field of primary education has been intense during the past several years. It is necessary to pay proper attention to qualitative improvement also in addition to quantitative expansion.
An In-service Teacher Education Institute is being run by M.C.D., at Shakti Nagar for carrying out research and extension work in the field of pre-primary and primary education.
Department shall procure a vehicle for R&E Branch. Equipments like colour TV,VCR, Computer, VCD, Projector(slide) coolers, water coolers with water purifiers, refrigerator, OHP, seminar chairs, typewriters, furniture etc. shall be purchased during 2005-2006.
The department has introduced the scheme of Computer Aided Learning in its schools for which content shall be developed. Payment shall be made to the Service Providers during the year 2005-2006.
During 2005-2006, the following measures will be adopted to improve the quality of education in MCD schools:
Long Term and Short Term In-service training programmes shall be organised for various categories of officials including teachers and supervisory staff e.g. orientation of newly promoted HMs, English teaching seminars, educational tours outside Delhi for officers and teachers, educational tours outside India for officers. participation in Gandhi Mela etc.
Expansion of library facilities by purchase of magazine, Newspapers, equipments, furniture, book cases, steel almirah and other facility equipments such as photocopier, vacuum cleaner, curtains, fire extinguishers, small chairs, small tables, steel almirahs etc. for all 13 libraries & books for schools/zonal/central libraries. Tours of reputed libraries in and outside Delhi.
Research and Publication of Educational and Instructional material, periodicals etc.
Distribution of zonal and Municipal awards to outstanding teachers, HMs and Class-IV employees so as to inculcate healthy constructive competitive spirit.
Central/ zonal level Competitions for children teachers & HMs and awards to the winners.
OBJECTIVES Science Material / Kit will be purchased in all schools for conducting the practical work under the contingent head, the item includes sugar, salt, colours, charts, cells, seeds, flower pots, mud pitcher, baloons, kmnoy and other chemicals etc. Apart from this material other instruments such as scissors, knife, football pump, water pump model, torch and others will also be purchased in schools, science centers and CRC, Museum, R K Puram.
Maintenance of CTVs will also be done to make the science teaching interesting and facilitating
Science talent search exam will be conducted for class IV & V children, total 5000 children will be given the cash prizes along with the certificates.
Tours for children in & outside Delhi will be organized,
Meritorious teachers in science subject shall be taken on visit out side Delhi to make them well versed with the latest scientific knowledge hidden in the different scientific places out side Delhi.
Zonal science fairs/ central science fairs will be organized, winners teachers and children will be awarded in these fairs.
Certificates will be got printed, apart from this folders “Vigyan Deep” magazine will also be got printed.
Other enrichment and educational activities shall be organized at all Science Centers and CRC museum RK Puram Sec 6.
Science kits / material will be provided in all municipal schools, science centers & CRC Museum R K Puram. Apart from this, seminar chairs, office chairs & Table, photo copier machines, LCD projectors, voccume cleaner, type writers, telephones, water coolers, desert coolers, vinyle flooring, carpeting, TV, ice boxes, video & audio films, cassettes, computers, curtains, cameras etc will be purchased at all six science centers & CRC Museum R K Puram Sector 6.
Mini CNG Bus will be purchased for projection unit of HQ.
Steel Almirahs, office furniture, scientific books and other scientific literature will be purchased at science centers and CRC museum R K Puram. All science centers and CRC museum will be equipped and self dependant by providing the other material to run these smoothly.
Teachers Training in Science and Mathematics subject will be given at all science centers during the summer vacations.
HMs training programme in Science & Mathematics subject will be organized at science centers
Camps for talented and weaker children in science and mathematics subject will be held.
Residential Camp for talented children will be organized
Different Scientific Days such science day, UNICEF Day, World Population Day, Environment Day, Forest Day etc. will be celebrated in CRC museum R K Puram,
Different competitions for teachers and children will be organized at science centers & CRC museum R K Puram, Sector 6.
FINANCIAL OUTLAYS (RS. 94 LACS) SCHEME NO. 5 : WELFARE SCHEMES FOR CHILDREN(Rs. 2540 Lac). OBJECTIVES : Providing various incentives to achieve the goal of Universalisation of Primary Education, reducing drop-outs at the primary level of education and enabling the children of disadvantaged classes to come to the school-fold.
For achieving the long cherished goal of Universalisation of Primary Education various kinds of incentives are being given by MCD to children falling in the age group of 5-11 yrs. for their continued enrolment in primary schools. At present Text Books, Uniform and Mid-day-Meal are being given to the children.
In the year 2005-2006 department shall provide two sets of uniform cloth to all the children. In the uniform Polyester blend cloth for skirt and koti to girls and nicker and shirts to boys will be given besides one pair of Canvas Shoes & two pairs of nylon socks. Department shall provide Jerseys and school bags to all students during 2005-2006. Besides this, department will provide free Text-Books to all children enrolled in MCD schools.
Studies shall be made regarding prevention diagnosis and treatment of various diseases in children in MCD schools besides providing free spectacles & hearing aids to needy children.
6STRENGTHENING OF ESTABLISHMENT & INSPECTORATE STAFF
Objective : Creation and up-gradation of administrative posts to increase the efficiency of supervisory and administrative control over schools run by the Municipal Corporation of Delhi.
Consequent upon the increase in the number of primary schools opened during 2001-2002 and 2002-2003 it is necessary to make corresponding increase in the administrative, supervisory, ministerial and non-ministerial staff in the Education Department.
The Education deptt. of M.C.D. has Headquarters at Kashmiri Gate besides 12 zonal offices one in each zone. Inadequate ministerial staff at zonal level has resulted in delay in disposal of important matters which has lower down the morale of the work force available in schools. The same needs to be strengthened so as to deliever the goods besides increasing the level of job satisfaction amongst teachers. It has been estimated that the rate of growth of population is expected to be about 1.7% per annum during the first decade in the new millenium. A primary school will be required for a population of 2500 persons. It is, therefore, proposed to keep pace with the requirement of infrastructure for providing primary education an obligatory function of MCD by perspective planning. It will, therefore, be expedient to create minimum number of posts of the Inspectorate/supervisory staff and the supporting staff.
The availability of basic facilities is a pre requisite for improving the quality of education in the schools. Further to ensure availability of basic facilities, it is essential that the office set up is modernized by providing photocopiers, fax machines, bilingual typewriters etc. Provision of these facilities for officers working in zones as well as at HQ will strengthen the delivery system. Communication will become quicker and efficiency at HQ/Zones will improve. It is proposed to purchase bilingual electronic typewriters, photocopy machines, fax machines, computers with inter connectivity, acqua quard water filters, refrigerators, inverters and office furniture required for zonal offices as well as HQ. Besides above, vehicles including Ambassador Cars, Gypsies, Zeeps, Trucks, Buses and inspection vans will be purchased for strengthening of inspection and supervision of schools. Besides above, payment of salary to drivers, maintenance and repairs of vehicles and expenditure on petrol, diesel etc. will also be required. Purchase of equipments like computers photocopiers and their upkeep, repair and maintenance shall help in strengthening of the inspectorate.
In-service Training Institute being run by the Department shall be strengthened so as to make In-service Teacher Training programmes more meaningful besides picking up the pace of research programmes being undertaken by it.
2003-04 Addl. Director (Gen) 1
D.E.O. (Gen.) 1
S.I. (Gen.) 10
Jr. Accountants 3
Head clerks 1
Data Entry Operators 14
Jr. Steno 2
Store Keepers 20
Financial outlays (Rs. 80 Lac)
7 CAPITAL WORKS --- C/O school buildings, Rooms & Porta cabins (Rs. 8000 Lac)
Approx. 117 classes / sections are housed in tented accommodation. There is a plan to replace these classes by pucca / semi pucca structure but the same shall be possible in respect of those classes / schools where land has been transferred in favour of MCD and there is no land dispute. Approximately 604 additional class rooms would be required for new schools and for other schools where there is increase in enrolment due to shifting og Jhuggies and other mobile population. For 704 additional class rooms, Porta Cabins would be erected to avoid pitching of tents which are likel;y to be opened during 2005-06. There is a proposal to construct 1200 new class rooms during 2005-06.
The existing facilities of drinking water, toilet blocks and electricity have been found to be quite insufficient to meet growing demand of the enrolled children in MCD schools, this will have to be strengthened 20% of the allocation for Capital Works shall be utilised of carrying out special repairs. Payment of cost of land allotted for opening of new schools and compensation to land owners for acquisition of land shall also be made where required.
Physical Targets2005-06 Rooms 1200
Boundary Walls 20
Lavatory Blocks 60
Porta Cabin Room 704
Financial Outlays (Rs. 8000 lakh)
IV ` N.D.M.C.
To achieve cent percent universalisation of elementary education in the age group of (6-11) years and to reduce drop out during 10th Five Plan in NDMC area.
Attainment of literacy and numeracy at elementary level.
To bring qualitative improvement in the standard of Education.
To create consciousness about environment and its allied problems.
To provide vocational education at +2 stage to enhance self-employability of the students.
To provide population education to bring about awareness about problems related with population growth.
Followings scheme are included in Annual Plan 2005-06 :
EXPANSION OF ELEMENTARY EDUCATION (6-11) YEARS.(Rs. 1.00 Lac)
The Education Department NDMC has achieved 99.4% of its aim of universalisation of elementary education during the 9th Five Year Plan. Enrolment in NDMC Primary Schools has remained more or less the same during the past few years. As such, the Education Department NDMC has kept a token provision of Rs. 1.00 lacs under this head during 2005-06.
WELFARE SCHEME INCLUDING SCHOLARSHIPS AND OTHER INCENTIVES (Rs. 70.00 Lac)
Most of the students in NDMC schools belong to backward sections of society. Parents are unable to provide minimum required facilities for education to their children. Ill equipped children cannot concentrate on their studies. Therefore, the scheme has been launched to provide incentives in the form of free textbooks, free stationery, free uniforms, free wool, free shoes & socks and scholarships. Under this scheme free text books to all the students of Class I to VII, free stationery to all the students of class I to V, free uniform cloths to all the students of class I to V and free shoes and socks to all students of class I to V are being provided in all NDMC and its aided schools. It is anticipated that during the year 2005-06 an expenditure of Rs. 70.00 lacs would be incurred.
STRENTHENING OFADMINISTRATIVE SUPERVISION, PLANNING & STATISTICAL CELL(Rs. 1.00 Lac)
As the idea for Administrative/supervisory set up in Education Department has been shelved for the time; being at therefore, a token provision of Rs. 1.00 lac has been made during the year 2005-06.
4. EXPANSION OF NURSERY EDUCATION(Rs. 1.00 Lac)
A provision of Rs 1.00 lacs is approved for Annual Plan 2005-06.
QUALITATIVE IMPROVEMENT IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION(Rs. 48.00 Lac)
There are Sr. Secondary Schools, 9 Secondary Schools, 10 Middle schools, 31 Primary Schools, 18 Nursery Schools besides Four NDMC Aided Schools run by the Education Department. Earlier, substantial expenditure had been incurred to procure schools furniture out of the said head. Department has proposed to make a provision of Rs. 100.00 lacs for procuring/providing school furniture’s for the respective NDMC Schools where still there are shortages.
An outlays of Rs. 48.00 Lac is approved for this scheme in Annual Plan 2005-06.
IMPROVEMENT OF SCIENCE AND IN-SERVICE PROGRAMME(Rs. 1.00 Lac)
NDMC organizes annual science fair for schools to inculcate the competitive spirit among students towards scientific bent of mind. Seminars and workshops are organized for professional development of teachers. The provision of Rs. 1.00 lac during the year 2005-06 is anticipated to be fully utilized.
EXPANSION OF SOCIAL EDUCATION SCHEME(Rs. 2.00 Lac)
The NDMC is running, one of its kind, a Day Time School upto Sec. School Level affiliated with CBSE, Delhi to cater the educational need of dropout women / girls exclusively. There is no restriction, even if a girl child of normal age seeks admission to this school to complete her school education, which is available here upto class X.
This school is running in the NDMC building with full facility of furniture, staff, free supply of textbooks and stationery to all students and various other facilities.
An outlay of Rs. 2 lacs is approved for the Annual Plan 2005-06.
Capital Works Programme (Rs. 50.00 Lac)
Construction of School Buildings
N.D.M.C propose to reconstruct the school buildings, which are in dilapidated conditions besides construction of new school buildings at various places in NDMC area to provide educational atmosphere with modern facilities in these schools.
C/o Navyug School at Mandir Marg.
The detailed estimate is under scrutiny in planning Division alongwith the NIT being an urgency of the work the project will be started likely in the month of December 04 and will continue during the financial year 2005-06.
C/o Additional Class Rooms in various NDMC Schools.
The following work will be taken up during financial year 2005-06.
C/o 8Nos. additional classrooms at Navyug School, Laxmi Bai Nagar.
C/o Multi-purpose hall at Navyug School, Laxmi Bai Nagar.
C/o additional storey at existing primary school, Sangli Mess.
C/o Science Lab at Moti Bagh, Navyug School.
To complete these works, it is proposed outlay of Rs. 50.00 Lacs for 2005-06 Annual Plan is approved.
10+2 Pattern of Education(Rs. 18.00 Lac)
With the removal of the J.J. cluster from the NDMC are there appears a decline in the strength of students in NDMC schools. Unless, this scenario is changed, no further school appears needing up-gradation at present. Therefore, a provision of Rs. 18 lacs has been approved under the Head during the year 2005-06.
EDUCATIONAL AND VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE(Rs. 7.00 Lac)
A provision of Rs. 7.00 lac under this has been approved during the year 2005-06. It has been already been proposed to continue with it in the interest of students.