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An ordinary bicycle cost around Rs. 18,00/- to 2,000/-. Government may provide 50% subsidy to purchase these bicycles. An amount of Rs. 1000/- per girl child shall be paid as subsidy only once for her school years to those girls only who has to go outside her village for education due to non-availability of school in her own village. The subsidy shall be given on production of receipt of purchase of bicycle. The benefit will no longer be restricted to seven villages as is being done now, But would be extended to other villages also where school is not available. It there is a school in village, cycle subsidy shall not be allowed to girl who opt admission outside her village subsidy shall not allowed if girl proposes to seek admission in a school beyond the nearest one. Subsidy shall not be allowed to girl student if they choose to seek admission in particular stream of her choice which is not available in school of her village. Subsidy shall, however, be give, if level of school in village is lower than the level a child seek admission.

There would be around 5000 girls who may have to seek admission outside her village due to non-availability of school. The total amount of subsidy on bicycle would be around Rs. 50 lacs a year. The amount would be further reduced in subsequent years as new entrants in school who seek admission from other villages shall get subsidy.


The existing arrangement of engaging DTC buses shall be discontinued from March 2005. The schools will publicize the scheme among the students and would identify girls eligible under the scheme. Subsidy shall be paid to girls on production of receipt of purchase of bicycle.
A) APPROVED OUTLAY FOR 10TH F.Y.P Rs.275.00 lac

B) APPROVED OUTLAY FOR 2005-2006 Rs.100.00 lac.

C) PHYSICAL TARGETS FOR 2005-2006 10,000 STUDENTS.
9. PROVISION OF ADDITIONAL SCHOOLING FACILITIES IN THE AGE GROUP 11-14 & 14-17 YEARS. (Rs.1100.00 LACS)

OBJECTIVE OF THE SCHEME
The main objective of this continuing Plan Scheme is to provide additional schooling facilities to the students of the age group 11-14 and 14-17 years by opening new schools,  upgrading and bifurcating existing schools.
NEED AND JUSTIFICATION OF THE SCHEME
Delhi being capital of the country attracts  people  from different states. People migrate to Capital in search of better educational and job facilities. With a view to provide educational facilities to the children of the age group 11-14 and  14-17 years,  this scheme was introduced. The Govt. of  Delhi  has decided to follow three language formula upto Secondary level in Govt. and Govt. Aided schools. To implement this programme, more posts of language teachers are required.
PROGRAMME CONTENTS :
Funds shall be provided for following activities :
i) Opening of new Schools.

ii) Bifurcation of over crowded Middle, Secondary and Sr. Sec. schools.

iii) Upgradation of Middle Schools to Sec. and Sec. To Sr.Sec. depending on enrollment.

iv) To open one state level, fully residential specialty school

vi) Addition of new sections.

vi) Introduction of new subjects.

vii) Creation of new posts for newly opened/bifurcated/upgraded schools
as per post fixation norms.

viii) Hiring of tin sheds for new schools.

ix) Purchase of furniture.


  1. Printing of admission forms/plans etc. for all the Districts

  2. Providing facilities of books, stationary, A.V. aides, and misc. contingencies

for new schools.

xii) Providing Grant-In-Aid to Aided Schools.

xiii) Additional educational facilities in slum areas.

xiv) Salary of teaching and non-teaching posts under plan in Govt. Schools

xv) Advertisement for admission and other school related activities.

PHYSICAL TARGETS AND ACHIEVEMENTS IN THE IX PLAN PERIOD



S.No

Name of the Item

Achievements

Proposed targets for 2004-05




2002-03

2003-04




1.

Opening of new Schools

12

10

10


2.

Upgradation of Schools

11

17


As per requirement

3.

Bifurcation of Schools

03

04

As per requirement

Govt. has decided  to appoint Guest  Teachers  in  schools against  vacant  posts.  The Post Graduate  and  Trained  Guest Teachers  are paid @ Rs.80/-, Rs.65/-per hour respectively  while Assistant. Teachers are paid @ Rs.150/- per day. The payment to these teachers shall be made out of funds under this scheme as per norms laid down by Dte. of Education.


In addition, teaching posts like Asstt. Teachers, TGT,PGT, Principals and Vice-Principals etc. and non-teaching posts in the schools will be created  as per Post Fixation Norms/Guidelines of Directorate of Education. The expenditure on salary of pan posts shall meet out of this head.
A) For 10th FYP a sum of Rs.5500.00 lacs is approved under the scheme.

B) Approved outlay for 2005-2006 Rs.1100.00 LAC



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