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

19/09/2021, Sunday Office Close Today

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

Ganapatinagar(Nimtouri),Uttar Sonamui,Tamluk,721648

  ssm.purba@gmail.com

  ssm-purb-wb@gov.in

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

  +91-9083174025 (Technical Help Desk)

The Primary objectives of universal access, enrolment, and retention and quality education can be achieved only with the help of proper infrastructural support. Hence the development of physical infrastructure is one of the pre requisite for the fulfillment of RTE compliance. This involves substantial Civil Works due construction of NSB, ACR, CLRC building and repair of school building, CFE, DW/ T. Till date, following activities have been taken under Civil head.
  • Updating of child register is a routine work of Para teachers/ sikshabandhus, they will visit each & every household having out of school children as reflected in the Child Register.
  • After updating of Child Register, listing of out of school children is started & the names of identified children will be in the prescribed format.
  • Then special enrollment drive is started.
  • Preapared of out of school children
  • Arrrange of special training for enrolled out of school children
  • Formatting of village Education committe.
In the context of RTE 2009, our aim is to enroll all the children belonging to the age group of 6 to 14 years in the neighborhood school in age appropriate class. To fulfill this aim active community participation is very important. Identification of out of school children, listing them according to their age group is our aim. The data of each & every child of a particular habitation will be available in the Child Register. Child Register is to be maintained booth wise. The details of all children of that particular family will be maintained in the Register against the specified rows and columns. The target of this year.
  • Updating of child register is a routine work of Para teachers/ sikshabandhus, they will visit each & every household having out of school children as reflected in the Child Register.
  • After updating of Child Register, listing of out of school children is started & the names of identified children will be in the prescribed format.
  • Then special enrollment drive is started.
  • Preapared of out of school children
  • Arrrange of special training for enrolled out of school children
  • Formatting of village Education committe.
Education of girls especially those belonging to SC, ST and other backward classes is the primary focus of the Abhiyan. Following are the strategies proposed for mainstreaming of Girls children who are out of school.Mobilization at the habitation, village, urban slums level using Women Groups and other self-help groups for sensitizing the community, parents on child rights, for elimination of child labour and for Universalisation of Elementary Education.Monitoring the school children especially girls for their regular schooling especially in case of children who mainstreamed through alternative types of systems.
  • Empowerment of girls
  • Bridging social and gender gaps in School Education.
  • Ensuring equality and inclusion at all level school education
  • Enhanced Commitment to 'Beti Bachao Beti Padhao'
Management Information System is the study of people, technology, organizations, and the relationships among them. MIS professionals help realize maximum benefit / negative aspect from various sectors. MIS is a people-oriented field with an emphasis on service through technology. MIS should provide information on the Infrastructure required (including personnel and equipment) for the smooth implementation of the programme. It should be clearly spelt out how the MIS will function. The role and responsibilities of the personnel at various levels should be clearly defined and capacity building of the personnel in terms of trainings, orientation and workshops and exposure visits etc.
  • To create comprehensive State level databases on Elementary Education / Secondary / Hr. Secondary.
  • To review the status time to time.
  • Database will be updated time to time.
  • To monitor the implementation of project activities.
  • To monitoring UDISE data.
  • To provide and monitor Computer Aided Learning programme (CAL).
  • To up-grade Software and Hardware.
  • Updating of Geographical Information System (GIS)of all categories of schools.
he most important thrust area is the quality assurance of children. In fact quality is the key word for all the interventions of UEE and CLRC was conceived as an institution for providing resource support to teachers and to schools. In the previous years micro-level intervention was introduced in the primary level with emphasis on reply and cost effectiveness. There was however macro-level intervention of 6+4+3 days, in the whole district on cascade method. There was hardly any change in the classroom situation even after the micro level intervention. Time has come to understand that macro intervention must be backed by the micro levels intervention in phases. Moreover, there is a question of quality assurance at all levels and on analysis of Terminal Examination, External Evaluation, District based evaluation learning achievement was not made to the expected level. In order to ensure learning completion and quality new initiative, progress ongoing initiative for quality is required to be thought of.
  • To ensure high enrolment of both boys and girls and to minimize the existing gaps between boys and girls.
  • To ensure high retention of both boys and girls and to minimize the existing gaps between boys and girls.
  • To improve school attendance of the children.
  • To eliminate the incidence of grade repetition.
  • To reduce the incidence of drop out from the present status.
  • To develop independent reading and writing amongst the children at each grade.
  • To develop the capacities amongst the students for solving the problems.
It's a Process for identifying the needs that exists in a particulars area for achieving specific goals, evolving strategies to address them and proposing suitable activities as per the strategies. It's to review the present scenario to identify the needs and propose interventions to fill the gaps in order to achieve the goals of the programme. SSA adopts "the bottom-up" approach in planning Involvement of local people & stake holders in planning Reflection of local specificity Habitation as a unit of planning Involvement of community in planning leads to ownership
  • It is prepared based on the present position and goals to be achieved.
  • It is a plan for Universalization within the time frame.
  • Proposes interventions over a long period
Inclusive education acknowledges that all children can learn and that all need some form of support in learning. It is becoming more and more evident that fears about the academic and social achievement of CWSN are unfounded and that inclusive education actually benefits both CWSN and the rest of the school community. Indeed it helps in generating a cohesive school culture, where opportunities for learning and exploring are provided to all children. It is a part of a wider strategy to promote an Inclusive society. The student with challenging needs has many opportunities to practice functional skills within the regular routine of the day. Such skills include how to play with other children on the playground, how to be quiet in the library as well as in the Class room under an activity going on, how to carry out accurate messages from one person to another, how to respond when spoken to by an adult, how to share and take turns, how to put on shoes and a host of other age-appropriate activities.

  • Free and compulsory education for all children including special needs children.
  • Providing free/ Aids and appliances and IEDC Fund for enrolled children.
  • Sight checkup by helping Lions Club and Susrut Eye Foundation and Research by free of cost/Vivekananda Mission Ashram Netro Niramoy Niketan ( Chaityannyapur Haldia)
  • Resource Room as a free coaching centre at CLRC Level / CRC Level / School Level.
  • Mobility training for guardian.
  • Home based support as per requirement.

To assess the processes adopted in implementation of the plan. To evaluate the impact of SSA interventions. To outline of major and small-scale research activities / case studies /surveys to be conducted at district / mandal / cluster / school levels. Capacity building to researchers. Developing Research abstracts and translation/compilation. Dissemination and publication of the studies. To promote and guide research and evaluation activities. To evaluate/screen research proposals and finalize them at district level. Constituted with Additional District Magistrate (LA) Principal, DIET. District Inspector of School (Secondary Education) District Inspector of School (Primary Education)
  • Exposure to Vocational Skills at Upper Primary Level would be extended.
  • Strengthening of vocational education at secondary level as an integral part of curriculum
  • Vocational education which was limited to Class 9-12, to be started from class 6 as integrated with the curriculum and to be made more practical and industry oriented.
  • Reinforce emphasis on 'Kaushal Vikas'