Drive for Enrolment)
Badibata (Enrolment drive) is a massive campaign taken up from
1st June,06 to 16th
June,06 to enroll all school age children.
Gram sabhas suggested strategies to be adopted for 100%
enrolment and retention.
Other campaign activities like holding rallies, exhibitions
and publicity through dissemination of educative material
Daywise activates included enlisting of out of school
children, issue of notices to employers of Child labour
and ensuring their release etc.
School readiness activities like sprucing up of the school
premises, TLM, academic plan, transition etc., programme.
Admission of class V and class VII children into next higher
classes carried out.
The program culminated with organizing "Samoohika
Aksharabhyasam" (Mass Enrolment) on 16-06-2006 in
STEPS TAKEN FOR COMMUNITY
SARVA SHIKSHA ABHIYAN
Abhiyan envisages active participation of the community in the
school development programmes. Several steps have been taken for
ensuring the active participation/involvement of the community
in these programmes.
community leaders @4 members per village & 2 persons per school
is an important component of the programme. All community
leaders and SEC members at school level are being
trained/sensitized on community involvement/participation in
school development activities every year as part of the SSA
have notified an act (Act 13 of 1998) by which School Education
Committees (SEC’s) were constituted in every school for active
participation of the community in their development. Pursuant to
the act , 70504 SEC’s have been formed. The SEC’s have
become the focal points for taking up the various activities at
the school level like construction of new school buildings,
additional classrooms, providing other basic amenities, release
of grants and monitoring of their proper utilization in order
to achieve the desired objectives. Consequent to the completion
of the term of the SEC’s, the Government vide
G.O.Rt.No:842,School education dept;dt:14/12/2005 have nominated
the Mandal Education officers as person-in-charges of the SEC’s
of the respective mandals for a period of one year or till the
constitution of the SEC’s whichever is earlier.
issued orders vide G.O.Ms.No.162, school education dept,
dt:14-11-04 permitting donors to adopt schools which will be
named after the choice of the donor by donating an amount of
Rs.5.00 lakhs for Primary school, Rs.7.5 lakhs for Upper primary
school & Rs.10.00 lakhs for High school. A website :
www.vidyanidhi.org has been hosted for giving wide
publicity for the scheme. An amount of approximately Rs.11.00
crores has so far been received under the scheme in various
programmes were also taken up to mobilize the community in
ensuring the achievement of the important goal of universal
enrolment. Enrolment drives like “Chaduvulapandaga” and
most recently “Badibata” were taken up successfully.
(Enrolment drive) which was conceived and implemented during
2005-06 is a campaign to enroll all school age children.
2005-06, about 1001922 (5+) children were enrolled
into 1st class and 145535 out of school
children were enrolled into regular/bridge schools up to
was taken up on a massive scale during the academic year
2006-07 from 1st June,06
As part of the
programme, Gramsabhas were conducted to come out with
strategies to be adopted for 100% enrolment and retention.
activates like holding rallies, exhibitions and publicity
through dissemination of educative material were taken up.
activities included listing of out of school children, issue
of notices to employers of child labour and ensuring their
readiness activities like sprucing up of the school premises,
tree plantation etc., were done.
class V and class VII children into next higher classes was
concentrated in order to prevent dropouts.
had culminated with the organizing of “Samoohika
Aksharabhyasam” (Mass Enrolment) on 16-06-2006 in all the schools.
BADIBATA - PROGRESS MADE
Programme was launched in all
the districts on 1/6/2006.
mandal teams visited 56160 habitations and 74613
Gramsabhas were conducted throughout the state.
Notices were served on 2517
employers and 4830 child labour were released and
admitted into Bridge Courses.
dropout children and 40,992 never enrolled children
were identified during the Badibata programme for getting them
admitted into regular/Bridge schools.
After the reopening of the
schools on 12/06/2006 and until 31/8/2006, 1440963 (5+) children were enrolled into 1st class.
out of school children were enrolled into regular/bridge
children of 5th class were transited into 6th
children of 7th class were transited into 8th