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NEED AND JUSTIFICATION FOR THE SCHEME



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NEED AND JUSTIFICATION FOR THE SCHEME :

Analysis of drop-out rates of the students reveals that students coming from weaker sections of the society  leave their studies before completion mainly due to the reason that their parents cannot afford to purchase books. The scheme would help these students to continue their studies.


CRITERIA
Books would be provided:


  1. to boy students whose parental income is upto Rs.4000/- per month and

  2. to girls students whose parental income is upto Rs.5000/- per month.


PROGRAMME CONTENTS UNDER THE SCHEME
Books are now provided to the students of class VI to XII. The books shall be provided to students of classes IX to XII as soon as the proposal to supply textbooks free to all students upto classes VIII in Govt. Schools is accepted.  The Books are issued to a student for one academic session,  after which the books are to be returned so that the same may be issued to  other students in the next session. After 3 years  the Principals are empowered to write off these used textbooks.
A) Approved outlay for 10th Five Year Plan: Rs.16.50 crores

B) Approved Outlay for 2005-2006 : Rs.120.00 lacs


C) Physical Targets for 2005-2006: 3,00,000 students.
6. Improvement of School Library (Rs. 150.00 lac)
OBJECTIVE OF THE SCHEME:
The main objective of the scheme is to provide funds to all the Govt. and Govt. Aided schools for purchase of  books relevant  for different subjects/topics to strengthen the  school library and update/strengthen the same at regular intervals.
NEED AND JUSTIFICATION FOR THE SCHEME
The Teacher and students in the schools should  keep themselves abreast with the knowledge about latest  publications and  developments  in  various fields which will  help  them  in teaching  and learning properly. This scheme would help  the school  authorities to buy latest references and other  related books/publications  on each subject. To maintain and store  the books,  bookshelves  are also purchased and provided  under  this scheme.
PROGRAMME CONTENTS:
Provision for purchase of books, book-shelves  and furniture  for Libraries is made. The funds will be provided  as per  requirements of schools. Thus the funds shall be used  for setting up and updating the School Library from time to time  for benefit  and  use  of  the facilities  by  students  as  well  as teachers.
A) Approved outlay for 10th Five Year Plan : Rs.825.00 lac

B) Approved Outlay for 2005-2006 : Rs.150.00 lac

C) Physical Target for 2005-2006 : All school libraries.
7. SUBSIDY FOR SCHOOL UNIFORMS TO THE STUDENTS (Rs.1250.00 lacs)

OBJECTIVE OF THE SCHEME

The  objective  of  the ongoing scheme  is  to  help  the students  of economically weaker section of the society by  providing them subsidy for school uniform. Under this plan scheme, cash  subsidy  to  the tune of Rs.300/- p.a.  per  student  is given to all students of primary classes and those students of classes VI to XII whose parental income is upto  Rs.4000/- p.m.  for  boys students and Rs.5000/- p.m. for  girls  students. This scheme will be implemented in Govt. Schools.


NEED AND JUSTIFICATION FOR THE SCHEME
The students coming from weaker sections of the society cannot afford to buy prescribed school uniforms. The students who attend the school without uniform feel inferior and tend to be irregular. To avoid this, the provision of subsidy for school uniform has been made.
CRITERIA
The subsidy is given

(a) to boy students whose parental income is upto Rs.4000/- per month and

(b) to girl students whose parental income is upto Rs.5000/- per month and

(c) no income ceiling for students in Primary Classes.


PROGRAMME CONTENTS
Under the scheme, a cash subsidy of
a) Rs. 300/- per student per year would be given to all students of primary
classes of Government Schools without any income ceiling.
b) Rs. 300/- per student per year for Middle, Secondary and Senior Secondary Classes of Government Schools with income ceiling laid down by Government.
A) Approved Outlay for 10th FYP Rs.2020.00 Lakh

B) Approved Outlay for 2005-2006 Rs.1250.00 lakhs



C) Physical Targets for 2005-2006 4,16,660 students


  1. FREE TRANSPORT FACILITIES FOR GIRLS STUDENTS OF RURAL AREAS (Rs. 100.00 lac)


OBJECTIVES OF THE SCHEME
The objective of this ongoing scheme is to encourage  girls students of rural areas to pursue their studies  by providing them free transport facilities.
NEED AND JUSTIFICATION FOR THE SCHEME :
Some 20 years back, schools were not available for girls in each village. Girls from such villages had to travel to other villages to pursue their studies. To promote education among girls in villages which does not have their own schools, buses were provided by Dte. of Education from village to school and back. Initially, private buses were engaged to transport girls from villages to school and back. It was felt that service rendered by private operators was not commensurate with cost charged by them., Hence, DTC buses were engaged during last two years. DTC, too proved costly as it charged from de-port to school or village and back. The transport facility was availed by seven villages in North West (A)- 5 villages, North West (B)-1 village and South West (B)-1 village. The girls who availed transport facility in these villages are around 3,000. Government has to spend Rs. 80-90 lakhs on these girls. It was noted that around Rs. 3,000/- was spent per girl student annually by the government. The benefit was taken repeatedly by same group of girls except addition of few new entrants.
In the Plan Review meeting, it was noted that scheme was not cost effective. Various alternative options were considered. It was noted that now schools have come up in almost all the villages or are available at a maximum distance of 3 to 5 km. It was considered appropriate that the bicycles are provided to girl students of those villages which does not have school.
The new schemes has two benefits:-


  • That government does not have to incur expenditure on same child every year but would provide cycle subsidy @ Rs. 1000/- once in a school life of a girl child. Quantum of expenditure on the scheme would get reduced in subsequent years as subsidy shall be given to only fresh entrants.

  • It is eco-friendly and promote physical fitness.


PROGRAMME CONTENTS :

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