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Office of the District Eduction Officer, Samagra Siksha Mission, Purba Medinipur

29/11/2021, Monday Office Open Today

  New Administrative Building
'B' Block(3rd Floor)

Ganapatinagar(Nimtouri),Uttar Sonamui,Tamluk,721648



  +91-9434230807 (Administrative Help Desk)
(During working days, 10:00 - 17:00 Hrs)

  +91-9083174025 (Technical Help Desk)

Felicitation programme of teachers...handing over sikhyaratna award to smt Indrani pradhan mandal, head mistress of Debogh Purba primary school

Felicitation programme of Madhyamik, HS, JEE, and madrasah board by HCM in virtual mode conducted on 2.9.21.District Magistrate Purba Medinipur.

Tablo of Samagra Siksha Mission on 72nd Republic day celebration

Distribution of Student Credit Card by District Education Officer





Shri Purnendu Kumar Maji, W.B.C.S(Exe.)

District Magistrate & District Project Director
Samagra Shiksha Mission, Purba Medinipur

  Through the endless efforts of all of you, Samagra Shiksha Mission has achieved a very important place in the field of school education. Innovation and experimentation in teaching and learning, including updates and continuity, are the specialty of this organization.  

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  • Integrated Teacher Training Programme (Elementary level)
    In-service teacher and teacher educators training have been an integral part of erstwhile Schemes of SSA, RMSA and CSSTE.
  • Self Defence Training (RAKSHA)
    Keeping in view, the rising number of crimes against girls in the country, it is important to provide self-defence training to them in the schools to ensure their safety and security.
  • Library grant for promoting reading habits
    In order to complement the activities under Padhe Bharat Badhe Bharat and inculcate the reading habits among students of all ages, strengthening of school libraries is being undertaken including provision of books.
  • Sports and Physical Education
    Sports in schools have immense benefits for both children and for educational systems. Sports have the potential to make distinctive contributions to the development of children's fundamental movement skills and physical competences..
  • Inclusive Education for Children with Special Needs
    Support has been provided for various student oriented activities which include identification and assessment of Children with Special Needs (CWSN), provision of aids, appliances..
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    7304 Students get Escort Allowance, Transport Allowance, Reader Allowance, Scholarship Grant, Book & Stationary,Manabik Pension.
  • 2
    5,85,289 Students get Free Textbook
  • 3

    5,62,572 Students(Class-I to Class-VIII) get Free Uniform
  • 4

    2,75,529 pair of Black Shoe distributed
  • 5

    4276 No. of School benefitted through Composite School Grant
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    100% coverage of Drinking water, Girls' and Boys' toilet Facility in Schools
UDISE code is an 11-digit code that acts as a unique identification number based on the geographical location of a school.
Every school in the country will be given a unique UDISE code. If a new school is established, the school needs to get a UDISE code for establishing the unique identity in the UDISE+ records. School should undertake the following steps:
  • The school user should approach district MIS officer with requisite documentation especially recognition letter of the school. This is applicable for both recognized and unrecognized schools.
  • District MIS user will apply for UDISE code through the "School Directory Management" in the UDISE+ system and the request would flow to the state MIS user for approval.
  • State MIS user will verify the application and request for any clarification to district level. State level user is the sole authority for approval of UDISE code generation for the school.
  • Once verification gets completed at state MIS level, the application is sent to Ministry of Education for UDISE code generation.
  • The UDISE code generation process takes approx. a week to get completed
It is a process of assessment, mandated by the Right to Education Act, of India in 2009, to evaluate students covering all aspects of students' development with an objective of making the learning process student-friendly and reducing the difficulty level of learning.
In, BOOT (build, own, operate and transfer) model the ICT labs are built by private organizations, owned and operated for a stipulated time period, and then transferred to Government agency/bodies viz. Schools; in BOO model the ICT labs are completely built, operated and owned by private agencies
It is a type of dry toilet that burns human faeces/wastes instead of flushing them away with water
Tinkering Lab or Atal Tinkering Lab refers to a space where the children can experiment with, learn, develop and conceptualize different scientific ideas, primarily through DIY projects
Habitation is the lowest geographical location in rural areas. These are usually few contiguous households in theVillage. A village may have more than one habitation.In the DCF, in case of rural area, enter the habitation name. In case the village has no habitation, the village name should be entered as habitation. For urban area, one has to enter the locality or mohalla name
Cluster Resource Centres (CRCs) were established in each block of every district under Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan to conduct in-service teacher training and to provide academic support to teachers and schools in various ways. In case this information is not available with school, the same may be sought from the Block/District officer.
The School Education Department is responsible for implementation of West Bengal government's vision and mission in primary, secondary and higher secondary education.
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