Samagra Shiksha Abhiyan : Scheme for School Education

Samagra Shiksha Abhiyan : Scheme for School Education 

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF EDUCATION
DEPARTMENT OF SCHOOL EDUCATION & LITERACY

LOK SABHA

UNSTARRED QUESTION NO. 4221
TO BE ANSWERED ON 22.03.2021

Samagra Shiksha Abhiyan

4221. SHRI UNMESH BHAIYYASAHEB PATIL
          SHRI DHAIRYASHEEL SAMBHAJIRAO MANE
          DR. HEENA GAVIT
          DR. SUJAY RADHAKRISHNA VIKHE PATIL

Will the Minister of EDUCATION be pleased to state:

(a) whether the Samagra Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) - an Integrated Scheme for School Education has been launched throughout the country as a Centrally Sponsored Scheme and if so, the details thereof;

(b) the objectives, major features and major interventions of said programme along with the funds provided for SSA in Budget Estimates 2021-22;

(c) the details of Centre’s share released and expenditure incurred, during the last three years, State/ UT-wise;

(d) the number of schools upgraded from secondary to senior secondary level and the number of Senior Secondary Schools where additional subject streams have been approved, based on appraisal of the proposals received from the States/ UTs; and

(e) the steps taken/to be taken to improve infrastructure and the quality of primary education in the country?

Samagra Shiksha Abhiyan
ANSWER
MINISTER OF EDUCATION

(SHRI RAMESH POKHRIYAL 'NISHANK')

(a) to (e): Yes, Sir. The Department of School Education and Literacy has launched an Integrated Centrally Sponsored Scheme for School Education- Samagra Shiksha with effect from the year 2018-19. The Scheme subsumes the three erstwhile Centrally Sponsored Schemes of Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA), Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (RMSA) and Teacher Education (TE). It is an overarching scheme for the school education sector extending from pre-school to class XII and aims to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education at all levels of school education.

The objectives of the Samagra Shiksha are (a) Provision of quality education and enhancing learning outcomes of students; (b) Bridging Social and Gender Gaps in School Education; (c) Ensuring equity and inclusion at all levels of school education; (d) Ensuring minimum standards in schooling provisions; (e) Promoting Vocationalisation of education; (f) Support States in implementation of Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) Act, 2009; and (g) Strengthening and upgradation of SCERTs/State Institutes of Education and DIET as nodal agencies for teacher training.

The major features and interventions of Samagra Shiksha are (i) Universalizing access to quality school education by expansion of schooling facilities in the uncovered areas through up-gradation of schools up-to senior secondary level (ii) Ensuring availability of adequate infrastructure to ensure that schools conform to the prescribed norms (iii) Annual Grant of Rs. 5,000 to Rs. 20,000/- per school for strengthening of Libraries (iv) Composite school grant of Rs. 25,000-1 Lakh to be allocated on the basis of school enrolment, out of which at-least 10% is to be spent on Swachhta Action Plan (v) Annual Grant for sports equipments at the cost of Rs. 5000-25000 per school (vi) Allocation for children with Special Needs (CwSN) of Rs. 3,500 per child per annum including a stipend of Rs. 200 per month for CWSN girls to be provided from Classes I to XII (vii) Allocation for uniforms at the rate of Rs. 600 per child per annum at elementary level (viii) Allocation for textbooks at the rate of Rs. 250/400 per child per annum at elementary level (ix) Running and Upgradation of Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalayas (KGBVs) from Class 6-8 to Class 6- 12 (x) Strengthening Teacher Education Institutions like SCERTs and DIETs to improve the quality of teachers (xi) Enhanced use of digital technology in education through smart classrooms, digital boards and DTH channels (xii) Support States & UTs for implementation of provisions of RTE Act, including reimbursement under Section 12(1)(c) of the Act (xiii) Setting up of residential schools and hostels for difficult areas and for children in difficult circumstances. For the Samagra Shiksha, the Budget Estimate 2021-22 is Rs. 31050.15 crore.

The details of Center’s share released and expenditure incurred under Samagra Shiksha during the last three years are at Annexure.

Based on the proposals received from the States/UTs during the period 2018-19 to 2020-21, 111 secondary schools have been upgraded to senior secondary schools and additional subject streams in existing 902 senior secondary schools have been approved.

Annexure

ANNEXURE REFERRED TO IN REPLY TO PART (A) TO (E) OF LOK SABHA UNSTARRED QUESTION NO. 4221 FOR REPLY ON 22.03.2021 ASKED BY HON’BLE MPs SHRI UNMESH BHAIYYASAHEB PATIL, SHRI DHAIRYASHEEL SAMBHAJIRAO MANE, DR. HEENA GAVIT AND DR. SUJAY RADHAKRISHNA VIKHE PATIL REGARDING SAMAGRA SHIKSHA ABHIYAN

Status of Central Share Released and Expenditure under Samagra Shiksha for the years 2018-19 to 2020-21

(Rs. in lakh)

Sl.No.

Name of the State

2018-19

2019-20

2020-21 (upto February 2021)

Samagra Shiksha

Samagra Shiksha

Samagra Shiksha

Central Share Released

Expenditure (including State share)

Central Share Released

Expenditure (including State share)

Central Share Released

Expenditure (including State share)

1

A & N Islands

2180.32

1766.22

3093.94

3296.83

2713.79

4084.34

2

Andhra Pradesh

95096.76

190605.61

105996.21

179234.81

49702.08

104958.2

3

Arunachal Pradesh

27643.96

40262.37

34717.07

35870.51

21688.73

18903.05

4

Assam

157072.21

161942.05

152100.38

178338.27

113809.55

109165.44

5

Bihar

305837.73

558747.65

326693.12

547839.01

197642.32

333332.9

6

Chandigarh

7689.57

6636.59

6371.14

7690.4

4675.64

7916.01

7

Chhattisgarh

88206.43

137877.76

101322.72

124145.37

24132.66

82570.37

8

Dadra & N. Haveli

3462.31

3555.34

3835.33

3535.68

700

0

9

Daman & Diu

631.22

835.22

924.44

870.36

1933.12

3177.21

10

Delhi

13981.74

27567.09

25698.06

39691.68

13613.89

19749.64

11

Goa

1353.03

2379.62

1525.39

3167.57

1358

2283.96

12

Gujarat

67089.17

128282.27

115286.16

177686.01

73173.73

146382.27

13

Haryana

57841.95

74361.51

61846.56

108614.95

69808.84

89768.38

14

Himachal Pradesh

43295.44

52079.51

47315.92

53992.52

36135.5

24933.92

15

Jammu & Kashmir

171776.03

147166.18

74028.19

31267.46

8807.9

115819.17

16

Jharkhand

68596

130488.03

91426.74

176734.89

66128.44

92806.66

17

Karnataka

62784

125738.75

73032.69

109628.31

45410.94

69110.11

18

Kerala

25604.99

39690.86

21420.28

36797.73

17835.6

27420.14

Sl.No.

Name of the State

2018-19

2019-20

2020-21 (upto February 2021)

Samagra Shiksha

Samagra Shiksha

Samagra Shiksha

Central Share Released

Expenditure (including State share)

Central Share Released

Expenditure (including State share)

Central Share Released

Expenditure (including State share)

19

Ladakh

0

0

4147.17

0

3768.44

1617.08

20

Lakshadweep

265.07

217.79

728.11

510.25

254.63

227.62

21

Madhya Pradesh

243783.64

359283.06

256144.65

467368.34

192646.4

287537.04

22

Maharashtra

95051.92

146450.42

73423.82

137665.31

34621.28

71968.33

23

Manipur

25202.01

25425.51

27363.08

34940.03

14630.35

18710.99

24

Meghalaya

23784.61

36689.73

32311.14

40660.8

21222.58

34804.24

25

Mizoram

14630.41

17181.38

16813.37

16870.77

13264.97

14478.04

26

Nagaland

19766.33

17457.22

19047.58

19644.72

13455.05

14455.08

27

Odisha

123021.51

260261.41

189289.15

305962.32

124640.67

181331.1

28

Puducherry

804.88

2186.97

786.54

1868.03

972.44

2148.3

29

Punjab

44399.99

75356.38

46239.27

105492.69

47411.77

85577.06

30

Rajasthan

262721.45

361782.35

291132.13

373349.39

168455.54

376231.26

31

Sikkim

6624.19

9984

11040.54

10172.92

5654.97

7974.32

32

Tamil Nadu

147444.01

246645.22

176912.17

296785.04

156288.82

196279.59

33

Telangana

68840.42

108561.83

109524

158520.45

31398.16

61196.01

34

Tripura

24896.49

28624.26

23492.36

32043.98

23181.19

20465.54

35

Uttar Pradesh

462541.04

684631.1

498559.56

683202.64

343164.16

538789.72

36

Uttarakhand

51138.26

47317.44

51187.76

55978.68

29795.61

45750.92

37

West Bengal

108934.52

231606.51

157905.49

279831.05

99797.83

158368.83

Total

2923993.61

4489645.21

3232682.23

4839269.77

2073895.56

3370292.86


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