Primary Education under Samagra Shiksha Scheme

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

LOK SABHA 

UNSTARRED QUESTION NO. 3949
TO BE ANSWERED ON 28th MARCH, 2022 

PRIMARY EDUCATION

3949. COL. RAJYAVARDHAN RATHORE

Will the Minister of EDUCATION be pleased to state:

(a) the current number of students aged 3-9 years enrolled in Government schools, and teachers in all Government schools, as on February 2022 in the country, State- wise and district-wise for the State of Rajasthan;

(b) whether the Government is taking any steps to retain children in their primary years of schooling, especially in view of the pandemic and its effect on access to education and if so, details thereof;

(c) whether the Government has increased its efforts towards teacher capacity building to meet the needs of an influx of children who were left out during the pandemic, and will now be joining schools; and

(d) the total number of primary schools operated by the Government in the country, State-wise and district-wise in Rajasthan and also the allocation of funds to such schools between 2018-2022, year-wise?

Primary Education under Samagra Shiksha Scheme
ANSWER
MINISTER OF STATE IN THE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION 

(SMT. ANNPURNA DEVI)

(a) : The State-wise enrolment and district -wise enrolment in respect of Rajasthan of students less than 9 years in Government Schools is placed as Annexure-I and Annexure-II respectively. The State-wise and district-wise (in respect of Rajasthan) number of teachers in Government schools is placed at Annexure-III and Annexure-IV respectively.

(b) : The integrated Centrally Sponsored Scheme for school education, Samagra Shiksha has been aligned with the recommendations of NEP 2020 to ensure that all children have access to quality education with an equitable and inclusive classroom environment which should take care of their diverse background, multilingual needs, different academic abilities and make them active participants in the learning process.

The major features and interventions of Samagra Shiksha includes universalizing access to quality school education by expansion of schooling facilities in the uncovered areas through up-gradation of schools from pre-primary up-to senior secondary level.

The  Department  of  School  Education  and  Literacy,  Ministry  of  Education, Government of India has launched the National Mission on Foundational Literacy and Numeracy called National Initiative for Proficiency in Reading with Understanding and Numeracy (NIPUN Bharat) on 5th July 2021 under the aegis of Samagra Shiksha. The mission  aims  to  achieve  universal  foundational  literacy  and  numeracy  in  primary classes and to ensure that all children attain grade level competencies in reading, writing and numeracy. The Mission lays down priorities and actionable agendas for States/UTs to achieve the goal of proficiency in foundational literacy and numeracy for every child by grade 3. The guidelines for implementation of the NIPUN Bharat mission has been uploaded on the Department’s website under the link mentioned below:  https://dsel.education.gov.in/sites/default/files/NIPUN_BHARAT_GUIDELINES_EN.pdf

In order to ensure that children have access to education with quality and equity, the Department of School Education has prepared and issued detailed guidelines on 7th January, 2021, on the steps to be taken by the States and UTs. The link of the guidelines is https://www.education.gov.in/sites/upload_files/mhrd/files/ guidelines_oosc.pdf. The guidelines, among others, include identification of out of school children from age 6-18 years through door to door survey, enrolment drives and awareness generation, continued Education for children with Special Needs (CWSN) etc. This Department has also developed an online module for compiling the data of Out of School Children (OoSC) identified by each State/UT and their mapping with Special Training Centres (STC) on the PRABANDH Portal. The concerned State/UT validates the child wise information of the identified OoSC and STC uploaded by the concerned Block Resource Centre of the State for monitoring the progress of mainstreaming of OoSC. Further, to bridge the learning gaps and to ensure continuity of education, this Department has shared a comprehensive Learning Recovery Plan with all the states and Union Territories on 01.02.2022 describing the actions/ activities to be undertaken by all the stakeholders, indicative annual calendar of  activities, existing interventions which can be utilized and additional support with funds as one time measure. The link for the same is  https://www.education.gov.in/sites/upload_files/mhrd/files/lpr_2023.pdf.

(c) : In 2021-22, the National Initiative for School Heads and Teachers for Holistic Advancement (NISHTHA), a National Mission to improve learning outcomes at the Elementary level through an Integrated Teacher Training Programme, has been extended to Foundational Literacy and Numeracy and secondary level.

NISHTHA 2.0 (Secondary Level) –online on DIKSHA for secondary level teachers was launched on 29th July, 2021. NCERT has developed a package including 12 Generic modules and 56 subject specific modules for NISHTHA 2.0.

NISHTHA 3.0-Foundational Literacy and Numeracy (FLN) in online mode on DIKSHA platform for teachers and school heads of pre-primary to class V was launched on 7th September, 2021. A special package consisting of 12 online modules have been developed by NCERT for this purpose, as per objectives of NIPUN Bharat Mission.

Education is in the Concurrent List of the Constitution of India and States & UTs have also been advised to plan and implement in-service training of all teachers as per vision of NEP.

(d) : The State-wise data regarding the Government primary schools and district-wise data of Government primary schools of Rajasthan is placed at Annexure-V and Annexure-VI respectively.

The central share of funds is released to States and UTs including Rajasthan in lump-sum for implementation of Samagra Shiksha as per their Annual Work Plan and Budget (AWP&B). The appropriate State/UT Governments have the responsibility and mandate to further provide funds district/component wise in accordance with the norms prescribed in the Schedule to the RTE Act, 2009 and respective State RTE Rules. The State-wise data regarding release of funds as Central Share is placed at Annexure-VII.

ANNEXURE-I

ANNEXURE REFERRED TO IN REPLY TO PART (A) OF LOK SABHA UNSTARRED QUESTION NO. 3949 FOR REPLY ON 28.03.2022 ASKED BY HON’BLE MP COL. RAJYAVARDHAN RATHORE REGARDING PRIMARY EDUCATION.

State-wise Enrolment in Government Primary Schools/Sections of children with age between 5 to 9 years.

S.No.

State/UT

Enrolment

1.

Andaman & Nicobar Islands

14627

2.

Andhra Pradesh

1558720

3.

Arunachal Pradesh

73425

4.

Assam

2111396

5.

Bihar

7992594

6.

Chandigarh

41912

7.

Chhattisgarh

1356865

8.

Dadra & Nagar Haveli

19342

9.

Daman & Diu

7800

10.

Delhi

728170

11.

Goa

21991

12.

Gujarat

2660223

13.

Haryana

809172

14.

Himachal Pradesh

270184

15.

Jammu & Kashmir

474659

16.

Jharkhand

1925278

17.

Karnataka

1955759

18.

Kerala

460982

19.

Ladakh

7338

20.

Lakshadweep

4026

21.

Madhya Pradesh

3174468

22.

Maharashtra

3324329

23.

Manipur

93574

24.

Meghalaya

168054

25.

Mizoram

41622

26.

Nagaland

45392

27.

Odisha

2413142

28.

Puducherry

24849

29.

Punjab

609259

30.

Rajasthan

3103741

31.

Sikkim

14828

32.

Tamilnadu

1646951

33.

Telangana

999128

34.

Tripura

194489

35.

Uttar Pradesh

9912104

36.

Uttarakhand

315503

37.

West Bengal

5326784

India

53902680

Source: UDISE+ 2019-20
 
ANNEXURE-II

ANNEXURE REFERRED TO IN REPLY TO PART (A) OF LOK SABHA UNSTARRED QUESTION NO. 3949 FOR REPLY ON 28.03.2022 ASKED BY HON’BLE MP COL. RAJYAVARDHAN RATHORE REGARDING PRIMARY EDUCATION.

State-wise Number of Teachers in all Government Schools

S.No.

State/UT

Number of Teachers

1.

Andaman & Nicobar Islands

4505

2.

Andhra Pradesh

184772

3.

Arunachal Pradesh

16418

4.

Assam

218676

5.

Bihar

404935

6.

Chandigarh

5233

7.

Chhattisgarh

176689

8.

Dadra & Nagar Haveli

3014

9.

Delhi

81807

10.

Goa

3193

11.

Gujarat

202950

12.

Haryana

101538

13.

Himachal Pradesh

69268

14.

Jammu & Kashmir

102827

15.

Jharkhand

123259

16.

Karnataka

210502

17.

Kerala

75648

18.

Ladakh

4592

19.

Lakshadweep

1233

20.

Madhya Pradesh

312306

21.

Maharashtra

256317

22.

Manipur

19001

23.

Meghalaya

23646

24.

Mizoram

12823

25.

Nagaland

19562

26.

Odisha

238550

27.

Puducherry

4884

28.

Punjab

122165

29.

Rajasthan

395147

30.

Sikkim

10501

31.

Tamil Nadu

227306

32.

Telangana

152298

33.

Tripura

38392

34.

Uttar Pradesh

583471

35.

Uttarakhand

58816

36.

West Bengal

472624

INDIA

4938868

Source: UDISE+ 2019-20
 
ANNEXURE-III

ANNEXURE REFERRED TO IN REPLY TO PART (A) OF LOK SABHA UNSTARRED QUESTION NO. 3949 FOR REPLY ON 28.03.2022 ASKED BY HON’BLE MP COL. RAJYAVARDHAN RATHORE REGARDING PRIMARY EDUCATION.

District-wise Enrolment in Government Primary Schools/Sections of children with age between 5 to 9 years in Rajasthan.

S.No.

District

Enrolment

1.

Ajmer

106805

2.

Alwar

151723

3.

Banswara

155676

4.

Baran

63690

5.

Barmer

213672

6.

Bharatpur

100543

7.

Bhilwara

125864

8.

Bikaner

98358

9.

Bundi

53291

10.

Chittaurgarh

71183

11.

Churu

80679

12.

Dausa

62617

13.

Dhaulpur

75865

14.

Dungarpur

115391

15.

Ganganagar

69794

16.

Hanumangarh

54871

17.

Jaipur

147561

18.

Jaisalmer

51163

19.

Jalor

106711

20.

Jhalawar

73604

21.

Jhunjhunu

48771

22.

Jodhpur

149790

23.

Karauli

65269

24.

Kota

47883

25.

Nagaur

131386

26.

Pali

89783

27.

Pratapgarh (Raj.)

74135

28.

Rajsamand

69080

29.

Sawai Madhopur

51460

30.

Sikar

78614

31.

Sirohi

61244

32.

Tonk

51778

33.

Udaipur

205487

Rajasthan

3103741

Source: UDISE+ 2019-20
 
ANNEXURE-IV

ANNEXURE REFERRED TO IN REPLY TO PART (A) OF LOK SABHA UNSTARRED QUESTION NO. 3949 FOR REPLY ON 28.03.2022 ASKED BY HON’BLE MP COL. RAJYAVARDHAN RATHORE REGARDING PRIMARY EDUCATION.

District-wise Number of Teachers in all Government Schools in Rajasthan.

S.No.

District

Number of Teachers

1.

Ajmer

13677

2.

Alwar

19607

3.

Banswara

14762

4.

Baran

8277

5.

Barmer

21023

6.

Bharatpur

12240

7.

Bhilwara

16077

8.

Bikaner

11769

9.

Bundi

7259

10.

Chittaurgarh

10445

11.

Churu

10871

12.

Dausa

9518

13.

Dhaulpur

7238

14.

Dungarpur

11823

15.

Ganganagar

11559

16.

Hanumangarh

8268

17.

Jaipur

25315

18.

Jaisalmer

5455

19.

Jalor

10897

20.

Jhalawar

10010

21.

Jhunjhunu

10831

22.

Jodhpur

18691

23.

Karauli

8189

24.

Kota

7860

25.

Nagaur

18853

26.

Pali

12824

27.

Pratapgarh (Raj.)

6551

28.

Rajsamand

9018

29.

Sawai Madhopur

7248

30.

Sikar

13738

31.

Sirohi

6084

32.

Tonk

9008

33.

Udaipur

20162

Rajasthan

395147

Source: UDISE+ 2019-20
 
ANNEXURE-V

ANNEXURE REFERRED TO IN REPLY TO PART (D) OF LOK SABHA UNSTARRED QUESTION NO. 3949 FOR REPLY ON 28.03.2022 ASKED BY HON’BLE MP COL. RAJYAVARDHAN RATHORE REGARDING PRIMARY EDUCATION.

State-wise Number of Primary Schools / Section in Government Schools

S.No.

State /UT

No. of Schools

1.

Andaman & Nicobar Islands

318

2.

Andhra Pradesh

38735

3.

Arunachal Pradesh

2867

4.

Assam

40204

5.

Bihar

69341

6.

Chandigarh

119

7.

Chhattisgarh

30822

8.

Dadra & Nagar Haveli

272

9.

Daman & Diu

46

10.

Delhi

2188

11.

Goa

739

12.

Gujarat

33127

13.

Haryana

8730

14.

Himachal Pradesh

10634

15.

Jammu & Kashmir

22042

16.

Jharkhand

34723

17.

Karnataka

43656

18.

Kerala

4289

19.

Ladakh

843

20.

Lakshadweep

35

21.

Madhya Pradesh

79949

22.

Maharashtra

65234

23.

Manipur

2781

24.

Meghalaya

5478

25.

Mizoram

1289

26.

Nagaland

1795

27.

Odisha

49519

28.

Puducherry

325

29.

Punjab

13070

30.

Rajasthan

66943

31.

Sikkim

843

32.

Tamilnadu

31418

33.

Telangana

24213

34.

Tripura

4205

35.

Uttar Pradesh

112635

36.

Uttarakhand

11778

37.

West Bengal

67540

INDIA

882745

Source: UDISE+ 2019-20
 
ANNEXURE-VI

ANNEXURE REFERRED TO IN REPLY TO PART (D) OF LOK SABHA UNSTARRED QUESTION NO. 3949 FOR REPLY ON 28.03.2022 ASKED BY HON’BLE MP. COL. RAJYAVARDHAN RATHORE REGARDING PRIMARY EDUCATION.

District-wise Number of Primary Schools / Section in Government Schools in Rajasthan

S.No.

District Name

No of schools

1.

Ajmer

1840

2.

Alwar

2777

3.

Banswara

3169

4.

Baran

1566

5.

Barmer

4706

6.

Bharatpur

1703

7.

Bhilwara

2840

8.

Bikaner

1964

9.

Bundi

1231

10.

Chittaurgarh

1794

11.

Churu

1371

12.

Dausa

1530

13.

Dhaulpur

1112

14.

Dungarpur

2627

15.

Ganganagar

1919

16.

Hanumangarh

1069

17.

Jaipur

3677

18.

Jaisalmer

1185

19.

Jalor

1867

20.

Jhalawar

1680

21.

Jhunjhunu

1519

22.

Jodhpur

3426

23.

Karauli

1375

24.

Kota

1082

25.

Nagaur

2959

26.

Pali

1818

27.

Pratapgarh (Raj.)

1704

28.

Rajsamand

1683

29.

Sawai Madhopur

1047

30.

Sikar

1910

31.

Sirohi

991

32.

Tonk

1431

33.

Udaipur

4371

Rajasthan

66943

Source: UDISE+ 2019-20
 
ANNEXURE-VII

ANNEXURE REFERRED TO IN REPLY TO PART (D) OF LOK SABHA UNSTARRED QUESTION NO. 3949 FOR REPLY ON 28.03.2022 ASKED BY HON’BLE MP COL. RAJYAVARDHAN RATHORE REGARDING PRIMARY EDUCATION.

Allocation of funds as Central Share under Elementary Education Component from 2017-18 to 2020-21

S.No.

States

F.Y. 2018-19

F.Y. 2019-20

F.Y. 2020-21

1.

Andaman And Nicobar Islands

1401.96

1302.67

3026.98

2.

Andhra Pradesh

86308

87036.62

72980.07

3.

Arunachal Pradesh

24763.71

30507.88

28765.56

4.

Assam

143658.6

135460.3

138692

5.

Bihar

296059

324377.8

282753.9

6.

Chandigarh

6723.66

5863.92

6841.43

7.

Chhattisgarh

72117

82333.1

27190.14

8.

Dadra And Nagar Haveli

3381.82

3446.51

700

9.

Delhi

10059.38

22022.87

11891.48

10.

Daman and Diu

522.87

756.51

2447.81

11.

Goa

960.88

1157

1140.4

12.

Gujarat

63671.14

102047.8

87174.64

13.

Haryana

33724.54

39927.44

35717.78

14.

Himachal Pradesh

31562.77

33442.36

30651.69

15.

Jammu And Kashmir

139981.4

58627.82

25887.2

16.

Jharkhand

67990

89880.73

81684.41

17.

Karnataka

55825

66847.9

54562.33

18.

Kerala

20646.99

18311.3

18076.6

19.

Ladakh

0

1678.68

3074.74

20.

Lakshadweep

223.56

567.56

217.01

21.

Madhya Pradesh

199290.7

210072.9

200059.2

22.

Maharashtra

76164.16

62630.34

55956.52

23.

Manipur

16775.73

16151.45

16610.79

24.

Meghalaya

21977.66

30839.57

26314.78

25.

Mizoram

11205.68

11172.93

10740.66

26.

Nagaland

11136.12

11919.71

10744.56

27.

Odisha

104899

167402

110452.2

28.

Puducherry

638.84

567.86

737.37

29.

Punjab

36509.99

36967.27

34508.25

30.

Rajasthan

229231

235574.1

166480.7

31.

Sikkim

4665.48

5420.76

3140.17

32.

Tamil Nadu

106138.2

128442

120981.1

33.

Telangana

54901.43

84743

28096.57

34.

Tripura

20284.88

18558.37

24881.49

35.

Uttar Pradesh

447268.8

486758.4

441146.2

36.

Uttarakhand

44738.75

38743.41

26078.86

37.

West Bengal

103052

150502.8

124982

Grand Total

2548461

2802063

2315387

Source: PRABANDH


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