Girl Child Education under Beti Bachao Beti Padhao Scheme

Beti Bachao Beti Padhao (BBBP) Scheme aims to address declining Child Sex Ratio (CSR) and related issues of empowerment of girls and women over a life cycle continuum

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF WOMEN AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT

LOK SABHA 

UNSTARRED QUESTION NO. 596
TO BE ANSWERED ON 04.02.2022

GIRL CHILD EDUCATION

596. SHRI VISHNU DAYAL RAM

Will the Minister of WOMEN AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT be pleased to state:

(a) whether there has been a study conducted to analyse average cost of raising a child in the country in pre-pandemic and pandemic times, if so, the details thereof;

(b) the States that are implementing laadli scheme for girl child education;

(c) whether the Government has assessed productivity of the said scheme in these States since the year of its launch to 2021 and if so, the details thereof;

(d) whether the Government plans to initiate incentive-based awareness schemes in the country to encourage girl child education and if so, the details thereof;

(e) whether the Government has taken note of dropout rates of girls from virtual schools in pandemic and if so, the remedial measures taken in this regard; and

(f) the funds allocated and utilized for girl child education during each of the last five years, State/ UT-wise?

ANSWER
MINISTER OF WOMEN AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT 

(SHRIMATI SMRITI ZUBIN IRANI)

(a) :  No, Sir.

(b) : Government of India is not implementing Laadli Scheme. (c): Question does not arise.

(d)to(f): Beti Bachao Beti Padhao (BBBP) Scheme aims to address declining Child Sex Ratio (CSR) and related issues of empowerment of girls and women over a life cycle continuum. The primary objective of the scheme is to prevent gender biased se selective elimination, to ensure survival and protection of the girl child and to ensure education and participation of the girl child. The key elements of the scheme include nation- wide media and advocacy campaign and multi- sectoral interventions in selected 405 districts. To incentivize girl child education, BBBP scheme has provision for felicitation/reward/recognition for meritorious girls students at district level under multi-sectoral intervention.

GIRL CHILD EDUCATION

Department of School Education and Literacy (DoSEL), Ministry of Education is implementing the centrally sponsored scheme of Samagra Shiksha, effective from 2018-19 for universalization of quality education throughout the country in coordination with the States and UTs. Bridging gender and social category gaps at all levels of school education is one of the major objectives of the scheme.

Since Education is a subject in the concurrent list of the Constitution, States also adopt several measures to incentivise education of girls, which include provision of bicycles, financial incentives etc. as per their specific requirements.

In order to mitigate the impact of challenges thrown by the COVID-19 pandemic, instructions and guidelines have been issued by Ministry of Education to States & UTs for continuing education of all children, including girls. Further, the States and UTs have also been suggested steps/actions to be taken during the school closure and also when the schools re-open such as, identification of out of school children from ages 6 to 18 years, enrollment drives and awareness generation, student support while schools are closed, continued education for Children with Special Needs (CwSN) etc.

To reduce gender gaps at all levels of school education and ensure greater participation of girls in education, various interventions/provisions under Samagra Shiksha have been targeted. State/UT wise details of outlay for various components of Samagra Shiksha is at Annexure-I.

Annexure-I

Statement referred to in reply to Part (d) to (f) of Lok Sabha Admitted Unstarred Question No. 596 for 04.02.2022 regarding Girl Child Education raised by SHRI VISHNU DAYAL RAM:

(i) State/UT-wise details of funds estimated for Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalayas (KGBVs) under Samagra Shiksha

(Rs. in lakh)

Sl.

No.

State

2018-19

2019-20

2020-21

2021-22

Total Outlay (Fresh + Spillover)

Total Outlay (Fresh + Spillover)

Total Outlay (Fresh + Spillover)

Total Outlay (Fresh + Spillover)

1

Andhra Pradesh

52033.08

63638.18

61252.19

56698.50

2

Arunachal Pradesh

7799.08

5741.27

9552.36

10026.32

3

Assam

10326.31

11416.58

13551.50

13315.33

4

Bihar

51197.51

31899.69

40330.72

32944.54

5

Chhattisgarh

7604.91

7742.49

5719.55

5872.73

6

Dnd - Dnh

95.45

84.16

118.51

104.52

7

Gujarat

6839.12

7527.75

7396.84

6452.63

8

Haryana

7557.44

7470.55

7239.45

5837.60

9

Himachal Pradesh

586.57

702.79

721.38

715.18

10

J&K

23303.84

20050.57

18803.00

14013.03

11

Jharkhand

23563.97

26672.46

22385.60

16946.21

12

Karnataka

5770.03

6311.13

7154.00

6068.41

13

Kerala

255.11

181.71

181.71

61.19

14

Ladakh

2287.57

2868.59

2723.84

1606.56

15

Madhya Pradesh

22734.27

31852.32

25379.63

19096.39

16

Maharashtra

8862.00

7318.98

5124.90

4281.17

17

Manipur

1068.98

1101.17

1284.24

2114.61

18

Meghalaya

460.13

467.07

421.69

445.29

19

Mizoram

66.45

57.71

53.31

71.10

20

Nagaland

1967.23

1433.64

1303.37

1152.05

21

Odisha

30094.84

35055.11

23348.35

12023.86

22

Punjab

1075.47

2238.55

2021.26

1053.59

23

Rajasthan

20705.89

26983.71

28185.36

19847.38

24

Sikkim

80.01

84.60

80.93

73.20

25

Tamil Nadu

3881.61

4779.60

4390.62

4399.92

26

Telangana

71320.66

95730.42

99618.85

60186.19

27

Tripura

1844.92

1389.10

1809.65

1221.00

28

UP

56394.20

118775.62

87503.24

90953.88

29

Uttarakhand

1867.82

2067.51

1906.67

2024.64

30

West Bengal

6454.06

7784.16

3690.59

6843.28

Total

428098.53

529427.15

483253.30

396450.29

(Source: Prabandh)

(ii) State/UT-wise details of  funds estimated for  Self-Defense  training for  girls under Samagra Shiksha

(Rs. in lakh)

Sl.

No.

State

2018-19

2019-20

2020-21

2021-22

Elementar y

Second ary

Elementa ry

Secondar y

Elementa ry

Secondar y

Elementary

Secondary

1

A & N Islands

5.13

8.01

5.13

8.01

5.13

8.01

2.85

4.45

2

Andhra Prades

h

0

595.35

402.66

595.35

434.52

608.4

186.10

311.65

3

Arunachal Prad

esh

70.83

25.47

70.83

25.47

67.5

25.47

37.15

14.40

4

Assam

40.95

388.44

831.51

388.35

827.46

393.57

441.85

--

5

Bihar

48.06

497.79

48.06

497.79

48.06

497.79

26.70

53.40

6

Chandigarh

9.45

8.37

4.59

4.86

1.17

8.37

0.65

4.65

7

Chhattisgarh

55.08

204.48

814.59

96.66

47.79

96.66

636.45

110.15

8

Dadar & Nagar

Haveli

10.35

2.34

10.35

2.34

0

0

7.50

2.35

9

Delhi

0

0

1.35

57.51

1.26

53.64

0.70

31.75

10

Daman & Diu

3.15

1.98

3.15

1.98

13.32

4.23

--

--

11

Goa

3.87

7.02

3.87

7.02

3.6

7.56

2.00

4.20

12

Gujarat

660

87.12

1980

88.74

1913.13

120.69

457.75

35.50

13

Haryana

0

274.95

0

236.61

63.09

251.91

162.60

444.45

14

Himachal Prad

esh

177.93

245.7

177.93

245.7

177.21

248.58

96.60

138.90

15

Jammu & Kash

mir

4.08

204.84

691.74

203.04

141.75

220.14

134.64

219.42

16

Jharkhand

21.6

21.6

11.34

34.83

13.5

31.95

21.50

21.00

17

Karnataka

0

416.61

0

416.25

0

416.25

--

234.30

18

Kerala

185.49

0

313.47

289.35

314.28

111.6

165.00

56.00

19

Ladakh

0

0

35.46

9.45

33.93

10.26

14.50

5.80

20

Lakshadweep

2.34

0.04

2.34

1.08

2.16

1.08

0.75

0.65

21

Madhya Prades

h

0

91.8

2022.66

180

2022.66

135

1123.70

150.00

22

Maharashtra

109.8

0

38.88

0

0

0

--

--

23

Manipur

36.99

42.75

60.48

35.73

29.52

36.18

14.95

20.50

24

Meghalaya

5.04

4.05

0

1.98

0

4.95

115.35

1.10

25

Mizoram

81.54

27.72

81.54

27.9

77.13

27.9

41.15

15.60

26

Nagaland

48.87

26.46

48.87

26.19

0

23.85

13.90

13.65

27

Odisha

1010.7

485.28

1445.49

451.17

1409.58

476.82

976.85

58.45

28

Puducherry

4.32

10.26

4.32

10.26

4.14

10.17

2.30

5.65

29

Punjab

159.54

209.22

159.42

210.54

238.5

318.06

132.45

177.05

30

Rajasthan

1789.56

685.2

967.11

632.99

1752.03

1331.55

959.30

743.15

31

Sikkim

33.66

5.76

19.98

15.39

32.85

17.82

8.35

10.45

32

Tamil Nadu

633.87

513.99

628.74

513.99

631.8

477.18

--

--

33

Telangana

807.75

361.53

263.43

518.67

257.94

521.91

137.85

292.85

34

Tripura

77.94

54.45

62.1

54.36

66.6

46.8

38.00

27.80

35

Uttar Pradesh

4106.25

0

4106.25

0

2595.51

0

2281.65

113.60

36

Uttarakhand

17.73

22.95

28.62

22.32

73.44

22.86

79.40

14.40

37

West Bengal

0

695.7

0

744.48

0

762.21

--

--

Total

10221.87

6227.23

15346.26

6656.36

13300.56

7329.42

8320.49

3337.27

(Source: Prabandh)
 
(iii) State/UT-wise details of funds estimated for Vocationalization of Secondary Education under Samagra Shiksha

(Rs. in lakh)

S. No.

State

2018-19

2019-20

2020-21

2021-22

1

Andaman And Nicobar

Islands

394.91

470.78

479.92

746.23

2

Andhra Pradesh

3412.18

5669.40

6702.11

4726.19

3

Arunachal Pradesh

1242.70

1060.74

1059.89

1573.27

4

Assam

2428.32

3127.37

5448.24

6522.08

5

Bihar

108.30

176.70

203.30

353.94

6

Chandigarh

81.84

86.29

122.36

176.16

7

Chhattisgarh

7220.41

8122.60

8495.37

4684.29

8

Daman & Diu and Dadra

Nagar Haveli

47.66

52.45

203.45

108.33

9

Delhi

362.24

562.30

961.36

991.53

10

Goa

874.07

1305.18

1178.70

757.52

11

Gujarat

206.20

1014.99

2372.23

2240.70

12

Haryana

18753.90

17715.96

18981.68

14222.93

13

Himachal Pradesh

12205.92

10729.60

10947.38

10040.22

14

Jammu And Kashmir

5228.44

6493.29

4353.57

6683.86

15

Jharkhand

2792.58

3438.69

3716.75

3495.85

16

Karnataka

1710.73

1693.32

2298.95

1749.52

17

Kerala

0.00

587.25

1293.65

894.50

18

Ladakh

0.00

182.65

192.88

138.54

19

Lakshadweep

0.00

23.37

37.10

15.75

20

Madhya Pradesh

7653.45

15318.61

15323.17

8598.91

21

Maharashtra

7715.20

8290.01

8164.21

4317.09

22

Manipur

588.15

549.78

830.51

870.48

23

Meghalaya

177.87

239.02

555.83

697.12

24

Mizoram

206.38

298.06

470.25

461.10

25

Nagaland

181.55

248.46

367.93

573.41

26

Odisha

4395.03

5990.04

10274.54

8170.46

27

Puducherry

35.44

60.87

156.53

123.85

28

Punjab

7102.67

6388.65

10562.44

9241.78

29

Rajasthan

11542.41

14598.96

11406.25

12441.02

30

Sikkim

1967.30

2230.30

2079.27

2031.62

31

Tamil Nadu

355.11

1158.25

2356.50

1487.12

32

Telangana

2004.63

4169.48

3419.98

1716.50

33

Tripura

121.82

443.80

842.46

976.67

34

Uttar Pradesh

1202.00

1192.00

1202.00

346.00

35

Uttarakhand

1194.75

835.13

888.75

211.15

36

West Bengal

8436.98

8408.75

9528.35

8385.91

Total

111951.14

132933.09

147477.86

120771.60

(Source: Prabandh)


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