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					          SECOND HALF YEARLY
        MONITORING REPORT OF
NABAKRUSHNA CHOUDHURY CENTRE FOR
         DEVELOPMENT STUDIES
                ON SSA FOR
              ORISSA STATE
             FOR THE PERIOD
     1st October 2007 to 31st March 2008




          DISTRICTS COVERED
                 Gajapati
                Rayagada
                 Keonjhar
                Mayurbhanj
(2nd Half Yearly Monitoring Report of 2007-08
     for the period from 1-10-07 to 31-03-08)




                    Study sponsored by

    Department of Elementary Education and Literacy,
Ministry of Human Resource Development Government of
                        India



         Dr. Prasanta Kumar Acharya
   Chief, State Monitoring Team for SSA & MDM, Orissa




Nabakrushna Choudhury Centre for
   Development Studies, Orissa
  Bhubaneswar – 751013, India
           April 2008
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                                             FOREWORD

       Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, a national educational programme of our country, has specific targets to

achieve within a specific timeframe. During the last 3 to 4 years, various kinds of activities have been

conducted under this programme though out the country and every year the progress and problems

relating to implementation of this programme have been analyzed and reviewed at regional and natural

levels. On the basis of the findings of these reviews and analysis, each State / UT has been allocated

with some grants and manpower to conduct the programme related activities with more vigor and

enthusiasm. But what have been achieved out of those elaborate, exhaustive programme activities? It is

required to examine the progress of this programme. The Government of India, (its Ministry of Human

Resource Development) has therefore intended to gather data on progress of the programme through a

detailed monitoring of some sample Districts during the period from October 2007 to March 2008 (six

months). The Monitoring Team of our Centre, led by its Chief Dr. P. K. Acharya has prepared this report

after collating the relevant data obtained through their monitoring visits to sample schools and EGS

Centres of 04 Districts (Mayurbhanj, Keonjhar, Gajapati and Rayagada) with the data given by the

PMIASE on 03 Districts (Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur). I am highly impressed that Dr. Acharya and

his team could prepare the report within the time assigned by the Government of India. I hope the

findings of the report would be helpful to both the Government of India and the State Government of

Orissa to understand the grassroots level achievement and present system of operation of the

programme and accordingly take measures to improve the overall functioning of the programme to

achieve the major targets of SSA within the specified time period of 2010.



                                                                   Prof. S. P. Padhi

                                                                   Director




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                                 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

       This report has been prepared for the State of Orissa revealing the functioning of the Sarva Shiksha

Abhiyan (SSA) and Mid Day Meals (MDM) programmes in Orissa during 1-04-07 to 30-09-07. The facts

depicting the operation of the SSA and MDM programmes have been examined and analyzed especially

pertaining to the progress made by the State Project Office for SSA till 30-09-07. The official data used in

this report have been gathered for the District Project Offices of Mayurbhanj, Keonjhar, Gajapati and

Rayagada Districts and the empirical data have been obtained from the sample respondents like teachers,

community leaders, students etc. This report has been prepared after sharing of its findings on 30-04-08 at

SPO with concerned DPCs and SPO staffs.

       This report could be completed because of the kind cooperation of the following persons and

to all of them we acknowledge our thankfulness.

       1.      Mr. D. K. Singh, State Project Director, OPEPA and all staffs of his office.

       2.      Dr. U. P. Khadanga, Officer-in-charge, Monitoring and Supervision, SSA, Dr. P.

              M. Institute of Advanced Study in Education, Sambalpur, Orissa.

       3.      The District Project Coordinator, SSA, Mayurbhanj and all staffs of his office.

       4.      The District Project Coordinator, SSA, Keonjhar and all staffs of his office.

       5.      The District Project Coordinator, SSA, Gajapati and all staffs of his office.

       6.      The District Project Coordinator, SSA, Rayagada and all staffs of his office.

       We also express our thanks to all our sample respondents, who have extended their cooperation to

us during monitoring work without any hesitation..

       Our Director, Prof. S. P. Padhi has continuously inspired us at every stage of this study. Further, he

has taken the pain of writing the Foreword to this report. We are therefore extremely grateful to him.

       Our thanks are also due to Dr. R. K. Mohapatra, Assistant Librarian of the Centre’s Library for helping

us during library work. We also express our sincere thanks to Shri S. K. Rath, Administrative Officer, Shri D.




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Sahoo, PA to Director and other official staff, namely Shri P. K. Mohanty, Shri P. K. Mishra, Shri S. Sahoo

and Mrs. A. P. Panda for their kind cooperation in completing the work in time.

       We are also thankful to Mrs. Rasmita Sahoo, the Computer Operator, for taking the pain and pleasure

of typing the entire report in computer.

       We hope that the findings of this report will be useful to various people concerned with funding,

Planning, implementation and research of the SSA, NPEGEL and MDM programmes.




                                                           D r. P. K . A charya




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                         CONTENTS
                                                                    Page

Foreword                                                             ii

Acknowledgement                                                      iii

First page Information                                               vi

Executive summary                                                    vii

List of tables                                                      xvii

List of annexures                                                    xxi

List of abbreviations                                               xxii

Photos                                                              xxiii

Chapter – 1              Introductory background of the study.       1

Chapter – 2              Profile of sample Districts                 5

Chapter – 3              An assessment of progress of SSA            7
                         programme in Orissa till 30-09-07 Vis-à-
                         vis the PAB approved targets for 2007-
                         08.
Chapter – 4              Action taken by SPO and DPO on              94
                         measures suggested by the Monitoring
                         Institute (NCDS) in its 1st half yearly
                         State                       Monitoring
                         Report for 2007-08

Chapter— 5               Major findings regarding less progress     106
                         In SSA and MDM activities till 30-9-07
                         and suggestion for improvement in the
                         implementation of SSA and MDM
                         activities.




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                                          FIRST PAGE INFORMATION

Sl. No.                          Subject                                             Details
   1.     Name of the monitoring institution                           NKC Centre for Development studies,
                                                                                      BBSR
  2.      Period of the report                                                01-10-07 to 31-03-08
  3.      No. of Districts allocated                                                   04
  4.      District names                                                 Gajapati, Rayagada, Keonjhar and
                                                                                    Mayurbhanj
  5.      Date of visit to the Districts / EGS / Schools                       01-10-07 to 31-01-08
  6.      Total number of elementary schools / EGS / AIE                               14, 528
          Centers in all the Districts allocated
  7.      Number of elementary schools (primary and upper                            802 (5.5%)
          primary) / EGS / AIE Centers covered / monitored
  8.      Whether 5% of the elementary schools / EGS / AIE                               Yes
          Centers in total of all the Districts allocated covered :
          YES / NO
                                                                                                             nd
  9.      At least 1% of the school visited within one month of       No, because it is not required for 2        half
          the start of the academic year : YES / NO                                 yearly report
          (While most of the states start their academic year in
          June/ July there are few states with academic year
          starting in January / April).
 10.      Whether the MI has sent their report to the SPO at the                         Yes
          draft level: YES / NO
 11.      After submission of the draft report to the SPO office                         Yes
          whether the MI has received any comments from the
          SPO office : YES / NO
 12.      Before sending the reports to the GOI whether the MI                           Yes
          has shared the report with SPO: YES / NO
 13.      Whether your institution come under lead institutes if                         Yes
          yes as a lead institutes whether the MI has collected
          the data in respect of the entire state and submitted
          consolidated 6 monthly report in respect of the state to
          the GOI and to the SPO: YES/ NO/ Not applicable.




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                                       Executive Summary

1) Opening of Schools (both Primary and Upper Primary):-

                                No. of NPS+NUPS       No. of opened            No. of opened
                                  Sanctioned           NPS+NUPS for           NPS+NUPS received
                                  (opened) (%)         which land is           funds for building
                                                    identified for building     construction(%)
                                                      construction (%)

1)    District 1 (Gajapati)            386                   258                    258
                                      (285)                (100.0%)               (100.0%)
                                     (66.8%)

2)    District 2 (Keonjhar)            281                   168                    168
                                      (192)                (87.5%)                (87.5%)
                                     (68.3%)

3)    District 3 (Mayurbhanj)          500                   307                   25
                                      (325)                (94.5%)                (7.7%)
                                     (65.0%)

4)    District 4 (Rayagada)            573                   284                   284
                                      (324)                (87.7%)                (87.7%)
                                     (56.5%)

5)    District 5 (Bolangir)           159                    0                      0
                                       (0)                 (0.0%)                  (0.0%)
                                     (0.0%)

6)    District 6 (Bargarh)             17                    0                       0
                                       (0)                 (0.0%)                  (0.0%)
                                     (0.0%)

7)    District 7 (Sambalpur)           10                    0                       0
                                       (0)                 (0.0%)                  (0.0%)
                                     (0.0%)




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2) Civil Work:-
                                  Work completed            Work in progress         Work not started


1)     District 1 (Gajapati)         ACR—7.5%                      45.2%                   47.3%
                                    DLS+BLS—44.4%                  38.9%                   16.7%
                                     Toilet—100.0%                 0.0%                    0.0%

2)     District 2 (Keonjhar)         ACR—16.9%                     17.7%                   65.4%
                                   DLS+BLS—61.3%                   38.7%                   0.0%
                                     Toilet—31.3%                  51.3%                   17.5%

3)     District 3 (Mayurbhanj)       ACR—13.0%                     14.7%                   72.3%
                                   DLS+BLS—0.0%                    66.7%                   33.3%
                                     Toilet—36.4%                  48.7%                   14.9%

4)     District 4 (Rayagada)         ACR—10.0%                     59.3%                   30.7%
                                   DLS+BLS—50.0%                   50.0%                   0.0%
                                     Toilet—92.3%                  7.7%                    0.0%

5)     District 5 (Bolangir)         ACR—DNG                       DNG                     DNG
                                   DLS+BLS—DNG                     DNG                     DNG
                                     Toilet—100.0%                 0.0%                    0.0%

6)     District 6 (Bargarh)          ACR—0.0%                      16.3%                   83.7%
                                   DLS+BLS—No target               ____                    ____
                                     Toilet—No target              ____                    ____

7)     District 7 (Sambalpur)        ACR—0.0%                      0.0%                    100.0%
                                    DLS+BLS—0.0%                   0.0%                    100.0%
                                    Toilet—No target               ____                    ____




3)   Textbooks:-

                                 Months of Distribution      Crosschecked % of      Crosschecked % of
                                  Of FTB to children         schools given FTB in   schools given FTB
                                                             prescribed time        to all children

1)     District 1 (Gajapati)          Data not given                 37.5%                 82.5%


2)     District 2 (Keonjhar)          March 2007 to                  15.7%                 84.3%
                                      continuing

3)     District 3 (Mayurbhanj)        Data not given                 31.6%                 76.4%


4)     District 4 (Rayagada)          Feb. 07 to Oct. 07             21.2%                 76.5%


5)     District 5 (Bolangir)          Feb. 07 to Sept. 07            99.1%                 99.1%


6)     District 6 (Bargarh)           April 2007                     83.5%                 83.5%


7)     District 7 (Sambalpur)         Feb. 07 to Oct. 07             0.0%                  69.6%




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4)   School Grants:-

                            % of crosschecked                % of crosschecked        % of crosschecked
                            schools received grant           schools given UC         schools wrongly
                           in the prescribed time              of the grant           utilized the grant


1)     District 1 (Gajapati)             0.0%                    0.0%                        0.0%


2)     District 2 (Keonjhar)             0.0%                    0.0%                        0.0%


3)     District 3 (Mayurbhanj)           0.0%                    0.0%                        0.0%


4)     District 4 (Rayagada)             0.0%                    4.7%                        2.4%


5)     District 5 (Bolangir)             14.8%                   0.0%                        0.0%


6)     District 6 (Bargarh)              0.0%                    44.1%                       4.3%


7)     District 7 (Sambalpur)            8.2%                    8.2%                        0.0%




5)   Teachers and Teachers’ Training:-

                                          %of crosschecked             % of mandays        % of Phy.
                                            schools with                covered in       achievement
                                           vacant teaching               In-service       in Refresher
                                                post                      training          training


1)     District 1 (Gajapati)                     12.5%              Data not given           0.0%


2)     District 2 (Keonjhar)                     28.6%                    29.8%              0.0%


3)     District 3 (Mayurbhanj)                   23.6%                    5.0%               0.0%


4)     District 4 (Rayagada)                     15.3%                    32.3%              No target


5)     District 5 (Bolangir)                     44.4%                    95.1%              No target


6)     District 6 (Bargarh)                      35.0%                    69.7%              0.0%


7)     District 7 (Sambalpur)                    20.7%                    99.1%              No target




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6) Teaching Learning Material (TLM) grants:-


                                 %of crosschecked            % of                 % of cross-         % of crosschecked
                                 Teachers received      crosschecked             checked Teachers       teachers given
                                   TLM grant            Teachers got TLM           displayed TLM       TLM to children
                                                           training               in class room        while teaching

1)    District 1 (Gajapati)      27.5%               72.5%                     67.5%                  87.5%


2)    District 2 (Keonjhar)      0.0%                77.1%                     60%                    60.0%


3)    District 3 (Mayurbhanj)    73.3%               48.9%                     60.4%                  67.1%


4)    District 4 (Rayagada)      88.2%               50.6%                     70.6%                  70.6%


5)    District 5 (Bolangir)      0.0%                78.6%                     19.4%                  29.2%


6)    District 6 (Bargarh)       96.9%               61.9%                     17.6%                  17.6%


7)    District 7 (Sambalpur)     0.0%                0.0%                      3.2%                   2.1%




7)               EGS & AIE:-

                                % of targeted                % of EGS Centres                 No. of EGS
                                children enrolled             upgraded to NPS          children mainstreamed



1)    District 1 (Gajapati)      Data not given                    0.0%                   Data not given


2)    District 2 (Keonjhar)      Data not given                    81.3%                  Data not given


3)    District 3 (Mayurbhanj)             4.8%                     22.2%                  Data not given


4)    District 4 (Rayagada)               5.6%                     0.0%                      5, 431


5)    District 5 (Bolangir)               98.8%                    0.0%                      962


6)    District 6 (Bargarh)                53.6%                    No target                 5, 485


7)    District 7 (Sambalpur)              92.5%                    No target               Data not given




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8)   Children With Special Needs (CWSN):-

                                 % of identified                   % of enrolled            Whether the District
                                 CWSN enrolled                     CWSN got aids            has an IED Coordinator


1)     District 1 (Gajapati)             84.6%                            0.0%                     Yes


2)     District 2 (Keonjhar)             83.3%                            2.4%                     Yes


3)     District 3 (Mayurbhanj)           83.4%                            11.1%                    Yes


4)     District 4 (Rayagada)             83.3%                            16.0%                    Yes


5)     District 5 (Bolangir)             93.9%                            14.9%                    Yes


6)     District 6 (Bargarh)              89.9%                            7.2%                     Yes


7)     District 7 (Sambalpur)            80.7%                            18.1%                    Yes




9)   National Programme for Education of Girls at Elementary Level (NPEGEL):-


                                 % of targeted           No. of MCS             No. of MCS          No. of times progress
                                 MCS made          visited (No. of them     visited (No. of them    report given to SPO
                                 functional         given vocational           giving bridge         by DPO on NPEGEL
                                                          training)          course teaching)        in 2007-08 till
                                                                                                            30.9.07

1)     District 1 (Gajapati)      No target               4 (0)                    4 (0)                      1


2)     District 2 (Keonjhar)      No target               4 (0)                    4 (0)                      4


3)     District 3 (Mayurbhanj)     100.0%                 10 (3)                   10 (0)                     2


4)     District 4 (Rayagada)     No target                2 (0)                    2 (0)                      6


5)     District 5 (Bolangir)       79.4%                  14 (0)                   14 (0)                Data not given


6)     District 6 (Bargarh)        100.0%                 11 (0)                   11 (0)                     6


7)     District 7 (Sambalpur)       100.0%                9 (4)                    9 (0)                      2




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10)   Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya (KGBV):-

                                 % of KGBV              No. of KGBVs         No. of teachers      % of KGBV
                                 sanctioned (No.       whose construction   sanctioned (No. of   giving meals,
                                 of them made          formality is over  them in position)      bedding &
                                 operational)                                                    consumables
                                                                                                  to children


1)     District 1 (Gajapati)            2 (2)                    2                 10 (1)           100.0%


2)     District 2 (Keonjhar)            0 (0)                    0                 0 (0)            100.0%


3)     District 3 (Mayurbhanj)          0 (0)                    0                 0 (0)            100.0%


4)     District 4 (Rayagada)            0 (0)                    0                 0 (0)            100.0%


5)     District 5 (Bolangir)            11 (11)                  11                55 (0)           100.0%


6)     District 6 (Bargarh)             4 (4)                    4                 24 (8)           100.0%


7)     District 7 (Sambalpur)           2 (2)                    2                 12 (8)           100.0%




11) District information System for Education (DISE):


                                 Whether requisite               Whether data capture
                                 no. of computers &               formats were given
                                 comp. operators are             to schools by Aug. 07
                                 in position in DPO


1)     District 1 (Gajapati)            No                                No


2)     District 2 (Keonjhar)            Yes                               No


3)     District 3 (Mayurbhanj)          Yes                               No


4)     District 4 (Rayagada)            No                                No


5)     District 5 (Bolangir)            Yes                               No


6)     District 6 (Bargarh)             Yes                               No


7)     District 7 (Sambalpur)           Yes                               No



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12) Research and Evaluation:-


                                    No. of research studies                               No. of research studies
                                    targeted to be taken up In 2007-08                    given grants in 2006-07
                                    (No. of them given grants                            ( No. of them are completed
                                            till 30.9.07)                                          by 30.9.07)


1)    District 1 (Gajapati)                      Data not given                                 6 (4)


2)    District 2 (Keonjhar)                            10(0)                                    6 (5)


3)    District 3 (Mayurbhanj)                          7 (0)                                    6 (4)


4)    District 4 (Rayagada)                            38 (0)                                   0 (0)


5)    District 5 (Bolangir)                            6 (6)                                    0 (0)


6)    District 6 (Bargarh)                             36 (36)                                  6 (6)


7)    District 7 (Sambalpur)                           4 (0)                                    1 (1)




13) Functioning of the VEC:-

                              % of Schools         % of VECs        % of VECs found         % of VECs     % of VECs found by
                              having VEC           found by MI to    by MI not to have      found by MI    MI to have improved
                                                    have VEC         prescribed no of       to do meetings school environment
                                                    guidelines         members               every month

1)    District 1 (Gajapati)     Data not given         20.0%          20.0%                     2.5%            30.0%


2)    District 2 (Keonjhar)     Data not given         18.6%          9.3%                      5.0%            27.9%


3)    District 3 (Mayurbhanj)       99.2%              23.6%          4.5%                      3.1%            23.3%


4)    District 4 (Rayagada)         100.0%             23.5%          5.9%                      20.0%           21.2%


5)    District 5 (Bolangir)         98.8%              0.0%           0.0%                      76.1%           27.4%


6)    District 6 (Bargarh)          84.6%              95.1%          7.8%                      97.1%           46.6%


7)    District 7 (Sambalpur)        90.2%              0.0%           0.0%                      96.7%           67.4%




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14)              Staffing at State and District Level:--

                                     No. of staff             Step taken to                 % of BRCC in              % of CRCC in
                                  sanctioned for DPO        fill up the vacant                position                   position
                                    (No. of them in                posts
                                        position)


1)    District 1 (Gajapati)            28 (27)                     Yes                          85.7%                     83.2%


2)    District 2 (Keonjhar)            42 (35)                     No                           100.0%                     89.6%


3)    District 3 (Mayurbhanj)          56 (54)                     No                           100.0%                     91.4%


4)    District 4 (Rayagada)            34 (32)                     No                            100.0%                    86.3%


5)    District 5 (Bolangir)            53 (49)                    Yes                            100.0%                    89.5%


6)    District 6 (Bargarh)             46 (41)                  Data not given                   91.7%                     83.5%


7)    District 7 (Sambalpur)           42 (30)                     Yes                           100.0%                     84.6%




15)       Mid-Day Meal Scheme:--

                              % of the schools % of the daily    % of the         Average %     % of schools % of schools % of schools
                               Visited by MI.   MDM serving     daily MDM        of children    visited by MIs visited by    visited by MI
                               daily giving hot schools that    serving          taking MDM     giving micro   MI having     where MDM
                               cooked meal. add green veg.      schools that                    nutrients &    kitchen with programme
                                                  in meal       give egg                        deworming      pucca floor    is regularly
                                                                in meal                         tablets to      and roof      supervised
                                                                                                 children                          by
                                                                                                                           Teachers/parents

1)    District 1 (Gajapati)        95.0%         80.0%          37.5%               60.4%               0%      2.6%               100.0%


2)    District 2 (Keonjhar)        87.9%         74.0%          96.5%               68.5%               0%     4.0%                98.4%


3)    District 3 (Mayurbhanj)      93.3%         89.4%          88.6%               65.0%               0%     5.7%                100.0%


4)    District 4 (Rayagada)        90.6%         94.8%          94.8%               67.0%               0%     7.8%                85.7%


5)    District 5 (Bolangir)        94.9%         74.8%          97.3%               90.0%               0%     18.8%               93.2%


6)    District 6 (Bargarh)         97.1%         24.0%          76.0%               90.0%               0%     5.8%                96.1%


7)    District 7 (Sambalpur)       91.3%         13.1%          45.2%               78.0%               0%     34.8%               90.2%




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16)              Additional Items to check during school visit by MI:--

                                         % of schools         % of schools            Average % of girls      % of schools as
                                         visited by MIs      visited by MIs           attendance on the       assessed by MIs
                                         that have good      that have class          days of visit of MIs    that have >60%
                                         buildings            rooms with                                      learning achievement
                                                               proper light                                   level of students


1)    District 1 (Gajapati)     55.0%                     77.5%                       66.0%                   17.5%


2)    District 2 (Keonjhar)     50.7%                     83.6%                       67.0%                   7.1%


3)    District 3 (Mayurbhanj)   56.4%                     66.7%                       65.0%                   19.6%


4)    District 4 (Rayagada)     48.2%                     70.6%                       65.9%                   20.0%


5)    District 5 (Bolangir)     66.7%                     99.1%                       69.0%                   59.8%


6)    District 6 (Bargarh)      63.1%                     87.3%                       75.0%                   20.4%


7)    District 7 (Sambalpur)    84.8%                     80.4%                       59.0%                   40.2%



17)              Any other issues relevant to SSA implementation:-
                                         % of schools visited        % of schools     % of schools visited    % of schools visited
                                         by MIs where all girls      visited by MIs   by MIs that have used   by MIs that have child
                                         have got school dress       where school     and cleaned toilets     friendly structure
                                             till 30.9.07            information
                                                                     board has all
                                                                     required data


1)    District 1 (Gajapati)             0.0%                 12.5%                    67.5%                   70.0%


2)    District 2 (Keonjhar)             0.0%                 17.9%                    46.4%                   42.9%


3)    District 3 (Mayurbhanj)           28.0%                23.1%                    41.3%                   44.9%


4)    District 4 (Rayagada)             85.9%                31.8%                    27.1%                   30.6%


5)    District 5 (Bolangir)             97.4%                88.0%                    44.4%                   75.2%


6)    District 6 (Bargarh)              100.0%              93.2%                     52.4%                   34.9%


7)    District 7 (Sambalpur)            92.4%               28.3%                     64.1%                   26.1%




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18)              Additional Issue (functioning of MTA) :--

                                     % of schools visited       % of schools      % of schools visited     % of schools visited
                                     by MIs that have MTA       visited by MIs    by MIs whose MTA has     by MIs that have MTA
                                      as on 30.9.07             that have MTAs    not at all covered any   guidelines as on 30.9.07
                                                                with 10 members   meeting during 1.4.07
                                                                as on 30.9.07     to 30.9.07



1)    District 1 (Gajapati)         82.5%               42.4%                     48.4%                    0.0%


2)    District 2 (Keonjhar)         72.1%               69.3%                     47.5%                    0.0%


3)    District 3 (Mayurbhanj)       87.6%               63.1%                     52.3%                    9.8%


4)    District 4 (Rayagada)         84.7%               73.6%                     63.9%                    8.2%


5)    District 5 (Bolangir)         100.0%              100.0%                    0.0%                     0.0%


6)    District 6 (Bargarh)          100.0%                  92.2%                 0.0%                     0.0%


7)    District 7 (Sambalpur)        100.0%              100.0%                    0.0%                     0.0%




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                                      LIST OF TABLES

Sl No.   Table No.                       Title                                            Page



  1        1.1       Sample Number of Schools and EGS Centres Visited by              4
                     Monitoring Team.
  2        2.1       Administrative Division of Sample Districts as per 2001          6
                     Census
  3        2.2       Population Consumption of Sample District as per 2001            6
                     Census
  4        3.1 (a)   Progress in Opening of NPS and NUPS (as on 33-9-07)              33
  5        3.1 (b)   Progress in Opening of School in 2007-08 (as on 30-9-07)         34
  6        3.2 (a)   Progress in Construction of Additional Classroom in              35
                     2007-08 (as on 30-9-07)
  7        3.2 (b)   Progress in Construction of School Building (DLS + BLS) in       36
                     2007-08 (as on 30-9-07)
  8        3.2 (c)   Progress in Drinking Water Facility in 2007-08 (as on 30-9-07)   37
  9        3.2 (d)   Progress in Toilet in 2007-08 (as on 30-9-07)                    38
  10       3.2 (e)   Progress in Construction Work of BRC Building in 2007-08         39
                     (as on 30-9-07)
  11       3.2 (f)   Progress in Construction Work of CRC Building in 2007-08         40
                     (as on 30-9-07)
  12       3.2 (g)   Progress in Construction Work of Compound Wall in 2007-08        41
                     (as on 30-9-07)
  13       3.2 (h)   Progress in Construction Work of Child Friendly Element in       42
                     2007-08 (as on 30-9-07)
  14       3.2 (i)   Progress in Community (VEC) Participation in Civil Works as      43
                     on 30-9-07
  15       3.3       Distribution of Free Textbooks (FTB) in 2007-08                  44
  16       3.4       Progress in Release and Utilization of School Grant in 2007-08   45
                     (till 30-9-07)
  17       3.5 (a)   Progress in Teacher Recruitment and Attendance in 2007-08        46
                     (as on 30-9-07)
  18       3.5 (b)   Progress in Teacher Training in 2007-08 (as on 30-9-07)          47




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19       3.6               Progress in Release and Utilization of Teaching Learning          48
                           Material (TLM) Grants in 2007-08 (as on 30-9-07)
20       3.7 (a)           Progress in Functioning of EGS Centres and Training to            49
                           Education Volunteers (EVs) in 2007-08 (as on 30-9-07)
21       3.7 (b)           Progress in Academic Support and Monthly Honorarium               50
                           Paid to EVs in 2007-08 (as on 30-9-07)
22       3.7 (c)           Progress in Monitoring and Upgrading EGS Centres in 2007-08       51
                           (as on 30-9-07)
23       3.7 (d)           Progress in Construction of Upgraded NPS in 2007-08 (as on        52
                           30-9-07)
24       3.7 (e)           Progress in recruitment of Teachers in Upgraded NPS and           53
                           Mainstreaming of Children in 2007-08 (as on 30-9-07)
25       3.7 (f)           Availability of Infrastructure and Mid-Day Meal (MDM) in EGS      54
                           Centres on the Day of Field Visit by MI during October 2007 to
                           March 2008.
26       3.7 (g)           Children’s Attendance, Achievement and Rapport with EV as on      55
                           the Day of Field Visit by MI during October 2007 to March 2008.
27       3.8 (a)           Progress in Enrollment and Attendance of Children With Special    56
                           Needs (CWSN) and Supply of Aids and Appliances to them in
                           2007-08 (as on 30-9-07)
28       3.8 (b)           Progress in Academic, Structural and Other Support to CWSN in     57
                           2007-08 (as on 30-9-07)
29       3.8 (c )          Progress in Capacity Building of District IED Coordinator         58
                           Monitoring of CWSN Activity and Counseling of Parents of
                           CWSN in 2007-08 (as on 30-9-07)
30       3.9 (a)           Progress in Civil Works of Model Cluster Schools (MCS) under      59
                           National Education of Girls at Elementary Level (NPEGEL) in
                    2007-08 (as on 30-9-07)
31       3.9 (b)           Progress in Support Provision to Model Cluster Schools in         60
                           2007-08 (as on 30-9-07)
32       3.9 (c)           Progress in Funding and Monitoring of NPEGEL in 2007-08 (as       61
                           on 30-9-07)
33       3.10 (a)          Progress in Operation of Kastruba Balika Vidyalaya (KGBV) in      62
                           2007-08 (as on 30-9-07)




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  34      3.10 (b)          Progress in Provision of Facilities in KGBVs in 2007-08 (as           63
                            on 30-9-07)
  35      3.11 (a)          Progress in Operation of District Information System for              64
                     Education (DISE) in 2007-08 (as on 30-9-07)
  36      3.11 (b)          Progress in Verification and Compilation of DISE Data in              65
                            2007-08 (as on 30-9-07)
  37      3.12              Progress in Research Activities Relating to SSA Programme             66
                            in 2007-08 (as on 30-9-07)
  38      3.13 (a)          Progress in Formation and Composition of Village Education            67
                            Committee in 2007-08 (as on 30-09-07)
  39      3.13 (b)          Progress in Functioning of VECs in 2007-08 (as on 30-9-07)            68
  40      3.13 (c)          Progress in Capacity Building and Contribution of VEC Members         69
                            In 2007-08 (as on 30-9-07)
  41      3.14 (a)          Progress in Staffing at District Project Offices (DPOs) in 2007-08    70
                            (as on 30-9-07)
  42      3.14 (b)          Progress in Recruitment of Block Resource Centre Coordinators         71
                            (BRCC) and Cluster Resource Centre Coordinators (CRCCs) in
                            2007-08 (as on 30-9-07)
  43      3.15 (a)          Kind of Mid-Day Meal (MDM) Given to Children in Schools               72
                            Visited by Monitoring Institution (MI)
  44      3.15 (b)          Kind of Cook Engaged for Cooking MDM in Schools Visited by            73
                            Monitoring Institution (MI)
  45      3.15 (c)          Kind of Cooking and Storing Environment of MDM in Schools             74
                            Visited by Monitoring Institution (MI)
  46      3.15 (d)          Nature of Eating Habits of Children While Taking MDM in               75
                            Schools Visited by MI
  47      3.15 (e)          Extent of Community (Parents / VEC / Panchayat / Urban Body)         76
                            Participation in and Regular Inspection of MDM Programme in
                            Schools Visited by MI
  48      3.16 (a)          Progress of School and Classroom Environment in Schools              77
                            Visited by MI
  49      3.16 (b)          Extent of Attendance of Children in Schools Visited by MI            78
  50      3.16 (c)          Extent of Learning Achievement of Children in Schools                79
                            Visited by MI




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                                                                                                             51
          3.16 (d)          Extent of Overage, Underage, Dropout and Detained Children           80
                                    In Schools Visited by MI.
  52                 3.17           Functioning of Mother Teacher Association (MTA) in Schools        81
                            Visited by MI.
  53                 3.18           Other SSA Activities at Schools Visited by MI.                    82




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                                            LIST OF ANNEXURES

Sl. No.         Annexure No.                        Title                                         Page   1

          3.1            List of some schools deviating the utilization of school            83
                                  improvement grant in 2007-08

2                 3.2            List of habitually absent teachers                               84

3                 3.3            Instruction to BRCC/ CRCC for academic support to EVs            85

4                 3.4            List of schools not having VEC or not having VEC members         89
                                 as per VEC Guidelines (i.e-9) (as on-30.09.07)

5                 3.5            Major reasons for non-distribution of MDM to children of         90
                                 some Districts (Keonjhar, Gajapati, Rayagada, Mayurbhanj)

6                 3.6            Major reason for Non distribution of eggs in schools             91

7                 3.7            List of schools not having 10 members MTA in 2007-08             92
                                 (as on 30/09/07)

8.                4.1            Action taken by SPO on measures suggested by MI (NCDS)           99
                                         st
                                 In its 1 Half Yearly State Monitoring Report for 2007-08




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                  LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS
1    AIE      =   Alternative and Innovative Education
2    BLS      =   Building less School
3    BRC      =   Block Resource Centre
4    BRCC     =   Block Resource Centre Coordinator
5    CRC      =   Cluster Resource Centre
6    CRCC     =   Cluster Resource Centre Coordinator
7    DI       =   District Inspector
8    DIET     =   District Institute for Educational Training
9    DISE     =   District Information System for Education
10   DLS      =   Dilapidated School
11   DPC      =   District Project Office
12   DPO      =   District Project Office
13   DRG      =   District Resource Group
14   ECCE     =   Early Childhood Care and Education
15   EGS      =   Education Guarantee scheme
16   MCS      =   Model Cluster School
17   MI       =   Monitoring Institution
18   NCDS     =   Nabakrushna Choudhury Centre for Development Studies
19   NPS      =   New Primary School
20   NUEPA    =   National University of Educational Planning and Administration
21   NUPS     =   New Upper Primary School
22   PAB      =   Project Approval Board
23   PMIASE   =   P.M Institute of Advanced Study in Education
24   RD       =   Rural Development
25   RP       =   Resource Person
26   SCERT    =   State Council for Educational Research and Training
27   SSA      =   Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan
28   SSS      =   Swechhasevi Shiksha Sahayak
29   TC       =   Technical Consultant
30   TLE      =   Teaching Learning Equipment
31   TLM      =   Teaching Learning Materials
32   UC       =   Utilization Certificate
33   VEC      =   Village Education Committee



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        Banamali Prathamik Bidyalaya, Mayurbhanj District.
          2 = Addl. Class Rooms constructed by SSA funds.




S.N. Girls M.E. School, Padmapur, Hatadihi Block, Dist. Mayurbhanj.
             Addl. Class Room constructed by SSA funds.




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Prathamik Bidyalaya, Baxi-Siripur, Bisam Cuttack Block, Dist. Rayagada.
                NPS building constructed by SSA funds.




     Muktapur Sevashram, Ghatagaon Block, Dist. Keonjhar,
      Dilapidated school building constructed by SSA funds.



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    Dimpal New P.S., Kuliana Block-2, Mayurbhanj.
  VEC is distributing school dress to boys by his own fund.




Andharikhaman UGUP School, Jhumpura Block, Dist. Keonjhar.
         Addl. Class Room constructed by SSA funds.




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 Dimpal New P.S., Kuliana Block-2, Dist. Mayurbhanj.
     VEC is engaged in cleaning school campus.




Khadipal P.S, Anandapur Block, Mayurbhanj District.
             Elephant shaped black-board.



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Khadipal P.S., Anandapur Block, Mayurbhanj District.
               Cow shaped black-board.




       Revenue Colony UP School, Rayagada.
               Open space kitchen.



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Kolanara Sevashram , Kolanara Block, Dist- Rayagada.
School Information Board without required information.




Kolanara Sevashram , Kolanara Block, Dist- Rayagada.
      Children taking Mid Day Meal together.




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Residential Bridge Course Centre , Kolanara Block, Dist- Rayagada.
                          Enrolled girls.




     Block Resource Centre, Kolanara Block, Dist- Rayagada.
       Training programme for the Shiksha Swechhasevis.



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                                            CHAPTER – 1
              INTRODUCTORY BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

1.1    Need of the Study:
       Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan is a national programme launched for the improvement of elementary
education throughout the country by achieving specific targets within a set period of time. It is a massive
people – oriented welfare programme that adopts some planned and well defined strategies as well as
measures to achieve the targets set every year separately for each State and District. To facilitate the
achievement of targets, several crores of rupees are spent, several hundreds of functionaries are engaged,
and the programme-specific activities priory approved by the PAB (Plan Approval Board) are implemented
with community involvement.
       Mid- Day Meals is also a national programme and it has two basic goals: (1) to improve nutritional
status of 6 to 11 years children with provision of additional nutrition and (2) to improve the enrollment,
attendance and achievement status of this category of children at school level. For successful execution of
this programme, the Govt. of India has converged it with the SSA programme. Specific strategies have
therefore been devised and taken up with investment of several crores of rupees and involvement of several
hundreds of functionaries in every State/UT.
       MDM is not a time-bound programme like SSA but both have specific, planned activities to be
performed every year. The success in implementation of these two programmes however depends greatly on
regular monitoring by external agencies and hence the Government of India has selected some Monitoring
Institutes (MIs), to monitor these programmes in different States and UTs. In Orissa, 02 MIs have been
identified, namely NKC Centre for Development Studies (NCDS), Bhubaneswar and Dr. P. M. Institute of
Advanced Studies in Education (PMIASE), Sambalpur for this purpose. The Government of India (its Ministry
of Human Resource Development) has made a Terms of Reference (TOR) that depicts the design of
conducting the monitoring activities. As per the TOR, PMIASE is to monitor the SSA and MDM activities in
03 Districts of Western Orissa and give a report to NCDS. In turn, NCDS is to monitor the SSA and MDM
activities in 04 Districts of other parts of Orissa and to prepare a State report by collating its own findings with
those of PMIASE. Because of this responsibility, this State report has been prepared by us, For making this
report, we have followed the instructions given in the TOR.




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 1.2     Objectives:
 The study has been made keeping the following objectives in view:
 a. To assess the progress of SSA programme in Orissa till 30-9-07 vis-à-vis the PAB approved targets for
 2007-08.
 b. To examine the mode of functioning of the MDM programme and to indicate its major lacunae and to
 suggest measures get rid of those lacunae.
 c. To point out the main lacunae in implementation of the SSA , KGBV and NPEGEL programmes and to
 suggest some policy measures to overcome those lacunae.



 1.3 Scope of Work:
             The report has covered the activities of 04 programmes, namely (1) Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA)
 (2) Kastruba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya (KGBV), (3) National Programme for Education of Girls at Elementary
 Level (NPEGEL), and (4) Mid Day Meal (MDM).



1.4     Methods Adopted for the Work:
          The report has been prepared covering the data collected by the Monitoring Teams of both NCDS
 and PMIASE during the period from 1-10-07 to 31-3-08. The official data refer to the period 2007-08, seen as
 on 30-9-07. The data obtained through cross-check refer to the dates of field-visits of the Monitoring Teams
 to different schools and EGS Centres during 1-10-07 to 31-3-08.
      The report covers the feedback data of 07 sample Districts as specified by the Ministry for preparing this
 report. Out of these 07 Districts, data have been gathered by the NCDS from 04 Districts and by the PMIASE
 from 03 Districts. During 2006-07, 09 Districts had been covered by NCDS and 06 by PMIASE out of 18 and
 12 Districts respectively allotted to them. For 1st Half Yearly monitoring of 2007-08 out of the rest 9 Districts,
 NCDS has monitored 05 Districts, (Puri, Ganjam, Boudh, Balasore and Jagatsinghpur). Similarly out of the
 rest 06 Districts, PMIASE had monitored 03 Districts. For 2nd Half yearly monitoring of 2007-08, NCDS has
 monitored 04 Districts (Mayurbhanj, Keonjhar, Gajapati and Rayagada) and PMIASE has monitored 03
 Districts (Bolangir,Bargarh and Sambalpur). Thus both NCDS and PMIASE have covered their allotted
 number of districts, i.e, 18and 12 respectively for monitoring during 2006-07 and 2007-08, as per the TOR.
 All total, in the 07 sample Districts, the two Monitoring Institutions have visited sample schools covering
 about 5% of the total schools (Table 1.1) and these belong to sample Blocks of the sample Districts.
       In each District, the concerned Monitoring Institution (MI) has cross-checked the official data received
 from the DPO at school level to note the progress of the interventions relating to SSA, MDM, KGBV and
 NPEGEL programmes. All data collected from DPOs have been signed by the DPCs of the concerned



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sample Districts. At school level, the data have been obtained from school records and also by spot
observation and interview as per requirement. For obtaining some specified data, at least 01 teacher or Head
Teacher from each school, 01 Education Volunteer of each EGS Centre and at least 01 member of MTA as
well as VEC have been interviewed. All data collected at school level have been verified by the Head
Teacher / EV of each school / EGS Centre respectively. In some cases, brief reports have been prepared to
highlight some of our observations on success and failure of the programmes and photos have been taken to
provide evidential support to our findings.
       In order to obtain the data, the Monitoring Teams have adopted the format prescribed by the Ministry.
The data so obtained have been presented in this report in tabular as well as descriptive forms under
different issue-based headings.



1.5 Limitations:
The report has been prepared with the following limitations:-

   a. The findings mentioned in the report pertain to the sample 07 Districts only. The empirical data
       depicting the State level status of progress of SSA programme have been derived from the
       observations made by the Monitoring Teams in these 07 Districts only and not all the 30 Districts of
       the State.
   b. The observations made on different issues of SSA and other programmes have been priory specified
       by the Ministry of Human Resource Development of the Govt. of India. The report has adhered to
       these issues only.
   c. The school and EGS Centre level empirical data are limited to the sample schools and EGS Centres
       only. The observations made on sample Districts are based on the data collected from only the
       sample schools and EGS Centres.
   d. Some of the cross-checked data refer to the observations made only on the day of visits of the
       Monitoring Teams to the sample schools and EGS Centres during Odtober 2007 to March 2008. This
       has been done as desired by the Ministry.




1.6 Relevance of the Work:
       The findings presented in the report would help the Government to know the ground realities relating
to the implementation of SSA programme in 2007-08 (till 31-3-08). The District level variations in the status
and progress of implementation of the programme can also be known. This will enable the Government to



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revise and adopt improved strategies for better implementation of the programme during 2008-09. The
researchers, academicians, NGOs, social activists and others who are concerned with elementary education
of the State can get data on various dimensions of SSA programme relating to the year 2007-08.


1.7 Chapterization:
       After collection of the findings of both NCDS and PMIASE, the data have been presented in five
chapters in this report. Chapter I is the introductory chapter that covers need of the study, objectives, scope,
methods adopted and relevance of the work. Chapter II delineates the brief profile of the sample Districts
visited for this study. In Chapter III the interventionwise findings based on assessment of Monitoring
Institutions on progress of SSA programmes vis-à-vis PAB approved targets set for 2007-08 have been
presented along with a discussion on the functioning of MDM programme has been discussed highlighting its
lacunae and policy recommendations. Chapter IV discusses on the action taken by the SPO on suggestions
made by the MI in 1st State Monitoring Report (Half Yearly)of 2007-08. The 5th Chapter has been dedicated
for a discussion on some serious drawbacks in implementation of SSA, KGBV and NPEGEL programmes
along with suggestions for taking corrective measures. Besides an executive summary has been given at the
beginning of this report for a ready reference to the major findings of the study.


                                Table 1.1
  Sample Number of Schools Visited by Monitoring Institutions
        Sl.    Name of the District   No. of schools   No. of schools    % of schools    Name of the MI
        No.       Monitored           existing as on   Monitored by      Monitored by
                                         30-9-07            MIs               MIs
         1         GAJAPATI               1, 129             40               3.5            NCDS
         2         KEONJHAR               2, 309            140               6.1            NCDS
         3       MAYURBHANJ               3, 397            225               6.6            NCDS
         4        RAYAGADA                1, 670             85               5.1            NCDS
         5         BOLANGIR               2172              117               5.2           PMIASE
         6         BARGARH                2021              103               5.1           PMIASE
         7        SAMBALPUR               1830               92               5.0           PMIASE
         8            Total              14, 528            802               5.5        NCDS + PMIASE




                                                   CHAPTER - 2
                              PROFILE OF SAMPLE DISTRICTS
       For the purpose of monitoring of SSA programme in Orissa, both NCDS and PMIASE have visited 07
Districts. All these Districts however do not exhibit same administrative set up, population composition and



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SC and ST population concentration. The variations in these issues are likely to cause differences in the
level of success of SSA programme in different Districts. It is therefore felt that a brief profile of sample
Districts should be given in this Chapter to highlight their background status.



2.1     Location, Administrative Division and Population Composition:
         Out of the 07 sample Districts, 03 (Sambalpur, Bargarh and Bolangir) are located in the western
region, 02 (Keonjhar and Mayurbhanj) in the northern region and 02 (Gajapati and Rayagada) in southern
region of Orissa.
         The details of administrative divisions such as geographical area, number of Blocks, number of
Municipalities and number of inhabited villages of each sample District have been given in the Table 2.1.
The data reveal that the sample Districts widely vary in these characteristics. Mayurbhanj District has much
larger geographical area and greater number of inhabited villages than other Districts.

        The characteristics of population composition of the sample Districts have been presented in Table
2.2. The pattern of variation seen with respect to population composition of the sample Districts is quite
different from the pattern of variation seen relating to administrative divisions. The total population is highest
in Mayurbhanj District (22, 23,000) and lowest in Gajapati District (5, 19, 000). The percentage of SC and ST
population is highest in Rayagada District (69.7%) and lowest in Bolangir District (37.4%) whereas the
percentage of urban population is highest in Sambalpur District (27.1%) and lowest in Mayurbhanj District
(7%).


Concluding Remarks:
          Thus it can be concluded that the sample Districts widely vary among themselves in terms of the
selected indicators relating to area coverage, administrative division and population composition. The next
chapter deals with the findings relating to implementation status of SSA and MDM programmes vis-à-vis
targets set for 2007-08, obtained from visits of the MIs to DPOs, sample schools and sample EGS centers.


                                      Table 2.1
                      Administrative Divisions of Sample Districts
                                  as per 2001 Census
        Administrative                                 Name of Districts
           Division      Gajapati   Keonjhar   Rayagada     Mayurbhanj   Bargarh   Bolangir   Sambalpur




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                              4325        8303         7073             10418           5637             6569        6657
    Area in sq km.
    No. of Block                  7         13            11                26             12            14              7
    No. of Inhabited          1512        2067         2467                 3748        1160             1761        1238
    Villages
    No. of Municipality           1           3           1                  1               1              1            1




                                     Table 2.2
                     Population Composition of Sample Districts
                                 as per 2001 Census
      Population                                               Name of Districts
    characteristics
                          Gajapati    Keonjhar    Rayagada      Mayurbhanj         Bargarh       Bolangir       Sambalpur

                           519         1562         831            2223             1346          1231            936
    Total Population
    in thousand
    %    of    Urban       10.2        13.6        13.9               7.0           10.6          10.5            27.1
    Population
    % of SC & ST           58.2        47.9        69.7            64.3             38.8          37.4            51.5
    Population
                                                                                                                             CHA
                                        PTER – 3
  AN ASSESSMENT OF PROGRESS OF SSA PROGRAMME IN
ORISSA TILL 30-9-07 VIS-À-VIS THE PAB APPROVED TARGETS
                       FOR 2007-08

        Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan programme has been set afloat in 2001 and its varied interventions have
been implemented with full swing since 2003. Its first major goal has been to achieve universal enrolment for
the 6-14 years children by the end of 2003. Needless to say, the DISE Reports of NUEPA, “Where Do We
Stand?” for 2004, 2005 and 2006 indicate that we have not achieved this goal even till the end of 2006. The
programme has also aimed to achieving the goal of universal access to elementary education but the results
are same as that of enrolment. These two indicators point out that there is an urgent need to assess where
have we reached till 30-9-07 in our endeavour to achieve all our proposed targets in terms of the annual


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work plan and budget. This chapter discusses especially on this issue relating to the State of Orissa
highlighting each of its major interventions.


3.1 Opening of Schools:
a) Opening of NPS / NUPS:
                  Provision of a Primary School within 01 km radius and an Upper Primary
School within 3 km radius of a habitation is an operational objective to achieve universal access and
universal enrolment under the SSA programme. Keeping this in view, during 2007-08 some physical targets
has been given to each District in Orissa for achievement of these targets by 31-03-08. Table 3.1(a) reveals
that the achievement in opening of NPS and NUPS till 30-9-07 has been significantly high (55 to 70%) in
Gajapati, Rayagada, Keonjhar and Mayurbhanj Districts whereas the same has not been started at all in
Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts (Table 3.1(a)).


b) Identification of land for NPS / NUPS:
       The next activity after opening of an NPS / NUPS has been to identify a land for building construction
for the already opened NPS / NUPS. Relating to this activity, the Districts having very high achievements till
30-9-07 have been Gajapati (100%), Mayurbhanj (94.5%), Rayagada (87.7%) and Keonjhar (87.5%) (Table
3.1(a)).The MIs have crosschecked the DPO and found them to be true (Table 3.1(a)).


c)   Release of funds to the VEC of NPS & NUPS for building construction:
         Soon after the land is identified for a newly opened NPS / NUPS, construction agreement is done
between the District Project Office, SSA and the VEC of the School and then grant is released for
construction of building for the School. Table 3.1(a) shows that till30-9-07 in Gajapati District construction
grant has been released to all NPS and NUPS that have been opened in 2007-08. But the same grant has
been released to 87.7%, 87.5% and 7.7% of the NPS and NUPS opened in 2007-08 in Rayagada, Keonjhar
and Mayurbhanj Districts respectively. School level data collected by the MIs also prove it to be correct
(Table 3.1(a)).


d)    Construction of NPS and NUPS:
       After receiving the construction grant the VECs of NPS and NUPS are to take the prescribed
initiatives for construction of building with regular guidance from the Technical Consultants of the DPOs.
From Table 3.1(b) it is unraveled that the DPOs of Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have no
physical target in 2007-08 relating to construction of NPS and NUPS. As far as the completion rate of
constructing the NPS and NUPS building is concerned, the achievement of Mayurbhanj District till 30-9-07 is


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highest (13.2%) followed by Rayagada (12.3%) and Mayurbhanj (5.6%) Diastrict. Surprisingly Gajapati
District has achieved 0% completion rate in constructing NPS and NUPS building till 30-9-07. For Gajapati,
the major reason for 0% completion rate is 100% non-starting rate. The MI (NCDS) has crosschecked the
DPO data and found them to be correct (Table 3.1(b)).


e)     Sanction and posting of teachers in NPS and NUPS:
        As per the SSA norms, for each NPS/NUPS 02 teaching posts are to be sanctioned and they are to
be appointed in the NPS and NUPS. Table-3.1(b) indicates that none of the sample DPOs has information
regarding the number of teachers sanctioned and posted for NPS and NUPS till 30-09-007. How ever the MI
(NCDS) has found that in the sample NPS / NUPS, teachers have been in position on deployment basis
(Table 3.1(b)).


f)    Receipt of TLE grant and TLE guidelines:
      After completion of building construction, TLE grant is to be released to the NPS and NUPS @ Rs.10,
000/- to each NPS and Rs.50, 000/- to each NUPS as per the SSA norms. Further, along with the grant, a
copy of the TLE guidelines is to be given by the DPO to each NPS / NUPS so that the VEC of each
NPS/NUPS can procure the required TLEs as prescribed in the guidelines, Table 3.1(b) shows that the
sample DPOs of Keonjhar, Mayurbhanj, Gajapati and Rayagada have provided any information in this
regard. However the MIs during their visits to sample NPS and NUPS have found that TLE grants as well as
guidelines have been given to some of them in Mayurbhanj Districts. In Gajapati and Rayagada Districts, the
sample NPS / NUPS have got TLE grant and have procured TLEs not followed the TLE guidelines because
they have not got the TLE guidelines.


3.2 Civil Works:
       Civil works constitute a major constituent of SSA programme. This includes construction of additional
classroom, school building (in case a school lacks a building (BLS) or has a dilapidated building (DLS)),
drinking water facility, toilet, BRC building, CRC building, compound wall and child friendly element. For each
of this type of civil works some physical targets have been given by the PAB to each District in 2007-08. The
MIs have visited the sample schools of the selected Districts to crosscheck the construction progress data till
30-9-07 of 2007-08 given by the DPOs and the observations are as follows:


a)   Progress in construction of additional classroom--
      The sample Districts exhibit a wide range of variation in completion rate (0% Sambalpur and Bargarh
to 16.9% in Keonjhar) of construction of additional classroom till 30-9-07 in 2007-08. The completion rates


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are low because the non-starting rates are high, ranging from 72.3% in Mayurbhanj to 100% in Sambalpur
District. Much of the construction works for additional classroom are in progress stage and are expected to
be completed by March 2008 (Table 3.2(a)).


b)   Progress in construction of school building (BLS+DLS)—
     In case of school building for BLS and DLS the completion rates range from 0% in Sambalpur and
Mayurbhanj Districts to 61.3% in Keonjhar District till 30-9-07 and similarly the non-starting rates varies from
0% in Keonjhar and Rayagada Districts to 100% in Sambalpur District. Bargarh District had no physical
target for construction of school building in 2007-08 (Table 3.2(b)).


c)   Progress in construction of drinking water facility –
     Only Keonjhar and Bolangir Districts have some physical targets in 2007-08 for providing drinking
water facility to schools and the completion rates have been 100% in both Districts till 30-9-07 (Table 3.2(c)).
MI (PMIASE) has found the DPO data to be correct.


d)   Progress in construction of toilets—
      In the construction of toilets in 2007-08 in schools Gajapati, Bolangir and Rayagada Districts, the
completion rates till 30-9-07 have been 100%, 100% and 92.3% respectively. This shows a high rate of
progress. In turn, in Keonjhar and Mayurbhanj Districts the completion rates till 30-9-07 have been 31.3%
and 36.4% respectively that indicates a low rate of progress (Table 3.2 (d)). The MI (NCDS) has
crosschecked the DPO data in some schools and has found them to be correct.


e)   Progress in construction of BRC building—
       BRC is a block level institution under SSA programme and is meant for conducting teacher training
activities, coordinating with the CRCs, supervising SSA activities at Block level and keeping status report of
all such activities etc. For the functioning of a BRC, a building is to be constructed so that the BRCC can
operate his/ her office and all these activities in the building. For 2007-08, only the DPO of Mayurbhanj has
got a physical target on BRC construction.


       As far as the progress in construction of BRC building till 30-9-07 in 2007-08 is concerned, Table
3.2(e) reveals that Mayurbhanj District has achieved a completion rate of 58.3%.


f) Progress in construction of CRC building—




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        In construction of CRC building till 30-9-07, Bolangir District has achieved the highest completion rate
(91.9%) whereas Mayurbhanj District has achieved a low completion rate (37%) (Table 3.2 (f)). The MIs have
crosschecked the progress data and have found to be correct.


g)     Progress in construction of compound wall of schools
      The completion rate in construction of school compound wall has been very high in Rayagada District
(93.8%) and Bolangir District (91.9%) till 30-9-07 in 2007-08 (Table 3.2(g)). The MIs have verified the DPO
data on this aspect and have found them to be correct.


h)   Progress in construction of child friendly element in school—
           Only Bolangir District has a physical target to construct child friendly element in schools in 2007-08
(Table 3.2 (h)), and it has achieved 100% target by 30-9-07. the MI (PMIASE) has verified it and found
correct.


i) Training to VECs on civil works—
           Under SSA programme, responsibilities are given to the VECs to take up the civil works but in many
cases they are not well versed with such works. Hence the TCs of DPOs are instructed to train the VECs in
executing the civil works along with record keeping of it. MIs’ visits to sample VECs that have got civil works
in 2007-08 have unraveled that till 30-9-07 none of the VECs (0%) of Sambalpur District has been given
training on civil works whereas in Bolangir District all VECs (100%) have been trained (Table 3.2 (i)).


j) Provision of construction manual on civil works to VECs—
       In Bolangir District, all VECs assigned with civil works have been given a construction manual in
2007-08. But in Sambalpur and Bargarh Districts no VEC has been given a construction manual although it
has got a civil work assignment in 2007-08. In Mayurbhanj and Gajapati Districts, a very few (<25%) VECs
have got such a manual to take up civil works (Table 3.2 (i)).


k) Separate account keeping of funds and construction material for civil works—
           None (0%) of VECs assigned       with civil works in 2007-08 has kept till 30-9-07 a separate account
of funds and construction materials for civil works in Gajapati and Sambalpur Districts. In Keonjhar,
Mayurbhanj, Rayagada, Bolangir and Bargarh Districts, a few (<31%) VECs have kept a separate account
for this purpose (Table 3.2 (i)).


l) Guidance from TC to VEC on civil works—


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           In Bolangir District, TCs have visited and guided to 76.1% VECs during construction of civil work
till 30-9-07 in 2007-08. In Rayagada and Mayurbhanj Districts, very few (<27%) VECs have got necessary
guidance from the TCs during construction of civil works (Table 3.2(i)).In Sambalpur District, no (o %) VEC
has got such guidance till 30-9-07.


m) Defect in quality construction of civil works—
       The MIs during their visits to schools, BRCs and CRCs have observed the construction of civil works
done till 30-9-07 in 2007-08. PMIASE has found some defects in the quality of construction in Bargarh
District (Table 3.2(i))




3.3    Distribution of free textbooks:
          The SSA norms say that text books are to be given free of cost to all ST boys, SC boys and all girls
from class I to VIII every year within one month of opening of schools in each academic year.


a) Quantum of distribution—
          Gajapati, Mayurbhanj and Bargarh Districts do not have any record relating to the number of ST
boys, SC boys and girls who have received all free textbooks till 30-9-07 in 2007-08 whereas other sample
Districts have kept a record of it (Table 3.3).


b) Month of receipt and distribution of free textbooks—
       In Bargarh District, free textbooks for 2007-08 have been received at Block points and distributed to
children in schools within April 2007, In all other sample Districts the receipt and distribution process
continued much beyond May 2007 even up to October 2007 in Sambalpur District (Table 3.3). This has also
been found to be correct when the MIs have crosschecked the distribution of these books in schools.


c) Any instruction on free textbooks distribution given by SPO to DPO—
         In 2007-08, the SPO has instructed all DPOs of the sample Districts to ensure distribution of free
textbooks to all eligible children of all classes on all subjects but in some schools (that ranges from 0.9% in
Bolangir to 30.4% in Sambalpur District) the DPOs have failed to ensure it (Table 3.3) by 30-9-07.



3.4 School Grants:


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a)   Month of release of school grant to VEC
        The school grant as per SSA norms is to be released to school within 02 months of opening of
schools in every academic year (i.e. within 31-05-07 in Orissa for 2007-08). But in no District, MIs have
crosschecked that this grant has been released to school within this time during 2007-08. The release has
been delayed as late as September 2007 in Gajapati District (Table 3.4). This has been crosschecked and
found correct by the MIs.




b) Schools having school grant guidelines—
           Every school should be given a guideline defining how to utilize the school grant and keep an
account of it. The purpose is to prevent the VEC to mis-utilize the school grant for purposes that are not
prescribed. The MIs have noticed that in 0% (Gajapati and Keonjhar) to 94.6% (Bargarh) schools, the school
grant guideline has been available on the day of their visits during October 2007 to March 2008 (Table 3.4).


c) Use of school grant by DPO for centralized purchase—
          In none of the sample Districts, the DPO have utilized the school grants for making a centralized
purchase in 2007-08 (Table 3.4). The school grants in all schools have been utilized by the VECs.


d) Submission of UC to DPO on school grant—
         Each VEC is expected to submit an UC after fully utilizing the school grant within end of every
financial year. But only a few VECs of the sample Districts (ranging from 4.7% in Rayagada to 44.1% in
Bargarh District) have submitted the UC (Table 3.4). In Gajapati, Keonjhar, Mayurbhanj and Bolangir this
figure is 0%. This has occurred mainly because the school grant in many cases has been released after July
2007.


e) Correct accounting of school grant in cash book—
        Many schools in the sample Districts (ranging from 91.8% in Sambalpur to 55.9% in Bargarh District)
have not correctly mentioned the receipt and expenditure of school grant in the cash book (Table 3.4). This
has occurred because the VECs have not been trained in accounts keeping by the DPOs. In Keonjhar
District and Mayurbhanj District, the school grant has not been withdrawn and hence the receipt and
expenditure has not been mentioned in the Cash Book till 30-9-07.


f) Utilization of school grant after VEC resolution—


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         School grant is to be utilized only after a VEC resolution taken in this regard. But there are only
some schools crosschecked by the MIs (ranging from 5% in Gajapati to 44.1% in Bargarh District) who have
utilized the school grant after taking a resolution in the VEC meeting (Table 3.4). This has occurred because
many VECs have not spent the school grant at all.




g) Utilization of school grant deviating the guidelines –
         In 2007-08, only a few schools of Rayagada (2.4%) and Bargarh (4.3%) Districts have utilized the
school grant in activities not prescribed in the school grant guidelines (Table 3.4). A list of some schools
deviating the guidelines has been given in the Annexure 3.1. This has occurred again due to negligence of
the supervisory staffs of SSA.



3.5    Teachers and teacher’s training:
a) Teachers’ recruitment--
           In 2007-08, some new teachers have been recruited in the sample Districts against the
sanctioned posts (Table 3.5 (a)). The teachers have been recruited as per the State Govt. norms by a District
level authority (Zilla Parisad / District Collector) (Table 3.5(a)), But all of them have been recruited on
contract basis. The MIs have observed that even after the recruitment of so many teachers, there are many
schools (ranging from 12.5% in Gajapati District to 44.4% in Bolangir District) where there still exists vacancy
in the sanctioned teaching posts (Table 3.5 (a)).


b) Teachers’ attendance and rapport with students—
        On the day of visit to schools by the MIs, all teachers have been present in many schools in the
sample Districts. But in some schools of all Districts (ranging from 1% in Bargarh District to 31.8% in
Rayagada District) some teachers have remained absent from the school (Table 3.5(a)). However, in 01
school of Rayagada and 02 schools of Mayurbhanj Districts habitually absent teachers have been found
(Annexure 3.2). Further, in 01 school of Bargarh and 02 schools of Sambalpur District, the teachers have
bad rapport with the students.


c) In service training of regular teachers—
          In none of the sample Districts, in service training of regular teachers has been conducted for 20
days till 30-9-07 in 2007-08. Even all regular teachers have not been covered under this kind of training. The
coverage of target number of mandays for thid training indicates that 93.9% this coverage ranges from only
5% in Mayurbhanj to 99.1% in Sambalpur District (Table 3.5(b)).


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       The training module has been prepared by the SPO; teachers have been trained by the DRG
members; the latter have been trained by the DIET / SCERT members ; and the training programme has
been supervised by the DPC/ District Pedagogy Coordinator/ Deputy Inspector of Schools. In all Districts
there exists a regular system of getting feedback from teachers on training programme but nowhere a
training calendar has been made.


d) Induction training to newly recruited teachers (Shiksha Sahayaks / SS)—
         The teachers’ coverage in induction training for the newly recruited teachers widely varies from
District to District till 30-9-07 in 2007-08. This ranges from 0.0% in Gajapati, Keonjhar, Mayurbhanj and
Rayagada to 97.8% in Bolangir District (Table 3.5(b)). The DPO data have been crosschecked by the MI
(PMIASE) and found correct. The induction training has been conducted at BRC, CRC or school by the DRG
members and supervised by DPC / DI of Schools / District Pedagogy Coordinators.


e)    Refresher training to untrained teachers—
        Only Gajapati, Keonjhar, Mayurbhanj and Bargarh Districts have some target of untrained teachers in
2007-08 but none has been given refresher training till 30-9-07 (Table 3.5(b)).


3.6    Teaching Learning Material (TLM) grant:
a) Receipt of TLM grant—
          The TLM grant for 2006-07 has been given to all teachers in all sample Districts. The
percentage of teachers received the TLM grant varies, ranging from 74.8% in Bargarh to 94.4% in Bolangir
District till 30-9-07 (Table 3.6). This grant has been released to teachers much late, in most cases from July
2007 onwards. MIs’ spot verification has also indicated the DPO data to be true.


b) Receipt of TLM guidelines—
         The DPOs of all Districts except Sambalpur have claimed to have given a copy of the TLM
guideline to all schools till 30-9-07 in 2006-07. But the MIs have found it to be false while crosschecking at
school points. The percentage of schools that have received a copy of the TLM guideline till 30-9-07 ranges
from 0% in Keonjhar District to 80.8% in Bargarh District (Table 3.6).
c) Procurement, display and use of TLM—
          In 2007-08 till 30-9-07 teachers (100%) in Keonjhar, Bolangir & Sambalpur Districts have not
procured TLM (Table 3.6). The main reason for not procuring TLM is non-receipt of TLM grant. Many
teachers in all Districts (ranging from 29.4% Rayagada to 96.8% in Sambalpur District) do not display TLMs


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in classroom (Table 3.6). This is because the teachers do not operationalize the activity based teaching in
classrooms. Many teachers (ranging from 12.5% in Gajapati to 97.9% in Sambalpur District) have not given
TLM to children during classroom teaching (Table 306) till 30-9-07.


d) TLM training to teachers—
          All sample teachers have not got TLM training in Sambalpur District till 30-9-07 in 2007-08. In other
Districts, the teachers’ coverage in TLM training ranges from 48.9% in Mayurbhanj to 78.6% in Bolangor
District (Table 3.6). In Bargarh and Sambalpur District no teachers have been, good TLMs from other
teachers but in other Districts very few teachers (ranging from 2.4% in Rayagada to 31.5% in Keonjhar
District) have seen good TLMs from other teachers (Table 3.6).


3.7     EGS and AIE:
a)    Existence of EGS / AIE and enrollment--
          In 2007-08, in all sample Districts some EGS centers have existed, all are continuing from 2006-07.
But only a few AIE centers have existed. All Districts have a target for enrollment in EGS Centres in 2007-08
and the enrollment achievement till 30-9-07 has ranged from 53.6% in Bargarh District to 98.8% in Bolangir
District (Table 3.7(a)).


b)     EVs’ training—
        In all Districts, except Bolangir and Mayurbhanj, no EVs have been trained till 30-9-07 in 2007-
08(Table 307 (a)). In Bolangir and Mayurbhanj Districts the trainers have been the RPs / DRG members. All
trained EVs, have acknowledged that the training has been useful to improve their classroom teaching
standard (Table 3.7(a)).


c) Academic support of EVs –
           In all Districts, except Rayagada and Gajapati BRCC and CRCC have been instructed by the
DPOs to extend academic support to the EVs (Annexure 3.3). In Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts,
all EVs have got regular academic support from the BRCCs and CRCCs but the situation is not same in
Rayagada and Mayurbhanj Districts. The average frequency of academic support given by the BRCCs and
CRCCs to the EVs has been monthly once and weekly once respectively in Bolangir, Bargarh and sambalpur
District. But in Mayurbhanj District, this frequency has been zero and one respectively till 30-9-07 during
2007-08 (Table 3.7(b)).




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d) Honorarium to EVs—
           The EVs are paid Rs.1750 /- as monthly honorarium. They are paid through bank account of VECs.
The EVs of Rayagada District have received their honorarium for September 07 in October 07 whereas in
other Districts the EVs have not received it till the October 2007. The MIs have crosschecked the DPO data
in this regard and have found them to be correct (Table 3.7(b)).


e) Placement of designated EGS Coordinator—
            In none of the sample Districts, except Sambalpur a designated EGS Coordinator is placed in the
DPO. In all these DPOs, the Planning Coordinator is in charge of EGS and AIE activities (Table 3.7(c)).


f) Data feedback on EGS to SPO—
            The DPOs of all Districts except Mayurbhanj and Rayagada have been given feedback data on
EGS to SPO in a format (Table 3.7(c). The DPOs have differed in the number of times they have given
feedback data till 30-9-07 in 2007-08. It ranges from 02 times (Bargarh and Gajapati DPO) to 06 times
(Keonjhar DPO) (Table 3.7(c)). Mayurbhanj DPO has no data in this regard.


g) Upgradation of EGS centers—
            In 2007-08, each sample District except Bargarh and Sambalpur has a target to upgrade some
EGS centers to NPS. But till 30-9-07 only Keonjhar and Mayurbhanj Districts have upgraded EGS centers
81.3% and 22.2% of their targets respectively. Other Districts have not upgraded the EGS centers (Table
3.7(c)). In all cases, the SPO has given instruction to the DPOs for upgrading the EGS centers (Table
3.7(c)).


h) Release and receipt of funds for constructing NPS building for upgraded EGS centers —
           The DPOs of all sample Districts except Mayurbhanj and Rayagada have received funds from SPO
for upgrading EGS Centres to NPS in 2007-08. Again from these 02 Districts, this fund has been released till
30-9-07 to the VECs only in Keonjhar (15) district (Table 3.7(d)).




i) Land identification and building construction for upgraded EGS centers—
           In   2007-08 till 30-9-07, land has been   identified   for   building   construction for upgraded EGS
centers only in Gajapati, Keonjhar, and Mayurbhanj Districts (Table 3.7(d)).


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j) Teacher Placement in upgraded EGS centers —
            In 2007-08, some teaching posts have been sanctioned for upgraded EGS centers to Gajapati,
Keonjhar and Mayurbhanj Districts. But till 30-9-07 teachers have been recruited against some of the
sanctioned posts in these Districts. (Table 3.7(e)).


k) Mainstreaming of EGS children—
             Only Rayagada, Bolangir and Bargarh Districts have provided data on mainstreaming of EGS
children. In these three Districts, all EGS children have been mainstreamed to Government schools and they
have faced no difficulty while mainstreaming (Table 3.7(e)).


l) Infrastructure and MDM availability—
           In the sample Districts of Rayagada, Bolangir and Bargarh all of the sample EGS centers have
durry. Black board has been found in all sample EGS centers in Rayagada, Bolangir, Sambalpur and
Bargarh Districts. TLMs are also available in all sample EGS centers of Bargarh, and Bolangir Districts. Free
textbooks have been given to all EGS centers in all Districts. Drinking water facility has been made available
in many EGS centers (ranging from 46.7% in Mayurbhanj to 100% in many Districts). MDM is also given to
children in many EGS centers (ranging from 50% in Rayagada to 100% in many Districts in 2007-08 (Table
3.7(f)).


m) Children’s attendance –
            The average percentage of total attendance in EGS centers is widely varied, ranging from 65% in
Sambalpur District to 90% in Rayagada District. Similarly, the average percentage of girls’ attendance in the
EGS centers ranges from 50% in Bargarh to 94% in Rayagada District (Table 3.7(g)).


n) Learning achievement—
           The learning achievement level of EGS children is very low in Mayurbhanj District where only
6.7%children have >60% learning achievement level as assessed by the MI (NCDS). (Table 3.7(g)).


o) EV’s rapport with children—
           In all EGS centers of all Districts the EVs have good rapport with the children (Table 3.7(g)).


p) Learning material—




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In all the EGS Centres of all Sample Districts school textbooks are used for as learning material (Table
3.7(g)). In all EGS centers, the learning materials have been given free of cost to the children of all Districts.
But in 20% EGS centers of Mayurbhanj District and 50% in Rayagada District these materials have been
given within a week of starting of the centre (Table 3.7(g)).


3.8      Children with special needs (CWSN) :
a) Enrollment and supply of aids and appliance –
          In every District, some CWSN have been identified and out of them (ranging from 80.7% in
Sambalpur to 93.9% in Bolangir District) have been enrolled in 2007-08. But from among them very few
(ranging from 0% in Gajapati to 18.1% in Sambalpur District) have been given aids and appliances (Table
3.8(a)). The MIs have crosschecked the DPO data and found correct. Further, the DPOs of all Districts have
faced no difficulty in getting the appliances.


b) Engagement of Resource Teacher and NGOs for CWSN—
          In every District, some Resource Teachers have been posted to extend academic support to the
CWSN enrolled in different schools. A guideline has been issued to all of them defining their tasks for the
CWSN. In all Districts except Gajapati and Rayagada some NGOs have also been engaged to assist in
CWSN related activities. In some Districts they have got a CWSN guideline whereas in other Districts they
do not have got it (Table 3.8(b)).


     Provision of home based support to CWSN—
        In 2007-08, home based support has not been given to only in Bolangir and Sambalpur District
CWSN. This has been found correct by the MI (PMIASE) during monitoring (Table 3.8(b)).


c)    Provision of ramps to school—
        In 2007-08, ramps have been made in some schools in all Districts till 30-9-07 (Table 3.8(b)). The
DPO data in this regard has been found correct by the MIs.




d) Placement and capacity building of IED Coordinator—
         In all sample Districts an IED Coordinator is placed in the DPO. The IED Coordinator of all Districts
has got orientation on CWSN activity. Further, all of them have attended the State level capacity building
programme organized by the SPO (Table 3.8(c)).




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e) Feedback data to SPO—
                DPOs of all Sample Districts have given CWSN feedback data to SPO using a monitoring
format. In 2007-08, till 30-9-08 except the Bolangir DPO. DPOs of other Districts have given feed back data
to the SPO 2 to 5 times (Table 3.8(c)).


f)    Counseling on IED to CWSNs’ parents—
           In all Districts except Gajapati and Bolangir, the parents of the CWSN have not been counseled in
2007-08 till 30-9-07. The MIs have crosschecked the DPO data on this issue and have found correct (Table
3.8(c)).


3.9        National Programme for Education of Girls at Elementary Level
            (NPEGEL):


a)     Functionalization of MCS—
       In 2007-08, Gajapati and Keonjhar Districts have no target to functionalize MCS. Bolangir has
functionalized 79.4% of the targeted MCS whereas other Districts have functionalized all of the targeted
MCS (Table 3.9 (a)).


b)     Civil work of MCS—
       In the construction of the MCS, the progress status till 30-9-07 is varied for different items like
additional classroom, drinking water, toilet and electrification. For these items the progress status till 30-9-07
is also varied in District level. For instance, the completion rate in case of additional classroom ranges from
5.5% in Keonjhar to 20.6% in Rayagada District, In case of drinking water facility, the completion rates
ranges from 0% in Gajapati, Mayurbhanj and Sambalpur Districts to 5.5% in Keonjhar District (Table
3.9(a)).Rayagada District has no target to provide drinking water supply to the MCs. In case of toilet, the
completion rate ranges from 0% in Mayurbhanj


c)     Support provision of MCS—
           Gender sensitive TLMs are available in the MCS of only Mayurbhanj, Bolangir and Sambalpur
Districts. Vocational training facility is given in some MCS of Mayurbhanj, Bolangir and Sambalpur Districts.
But bridge course teaching facility is not available in MCS of all Districts. The teachers have got gender
sensitizing training in the MCS of all Districts. Mobilization programme for community and women groups has




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been conducted in some MCS of Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts (Table 3.9 (b)). The MIs have
crosschecked the DPO data in this regard and have found true.


d)      Placement of District Gender Coordinator—
           In all Districts, except Keonjhar one District Gender Coordinator is in position in the DPO (Table 3.9
(c)).


e)      Funding and monitoring –
         The funds for operation of NPEGEL have been released in two phases (June and September, 2007)
by the SPO to DPOs of all Districts. The DPOs have given NPEGEL progress data 1 to 6 times to the SPO in
2007-08 till 30-9-07 (Table 3.9 (c)) in prescribed monitoring format (Annexure 3.8)


f)      ECCE under NPEGEL—
         In all Districts except Bolangir some ECCE centers are operating under NPEGEL. In 2007-08, till 30-
9-07 the DPOs of all Districts except Gajapati and Bolangir have given the ECCE data to SPO 1 to 7 times
(Table 3.9 (c)).




3.10 Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya (KGBV) :
a) Operationalization—
          In 2007-08, KGBV has been sanctioned and operationalized in Gajapati, Bolangir, Bargarh and
Sambalpur Districs (Table 3.10 (a)).


b)      Land identification and construction—
         For the KGBVs in these 04 Districts, land has been identified for building construction and
construction formality has also been completed for all KGBVs (Table 3.10 (a)).


c) Staff placement –
          In Bolangir none of the sanctioned teaching posts has been posted till 30-9-07 in 2007-08, In
Gajapati, Bargarh, and Sambalpur District only a few of the sanctioned teaching posts have been posted. In
none of the KGBVs in all Districts except Mayurbhanj teachers has been fully posted against the sanctioned
posts. All the sanctioned posts for other staffs have been filled only Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts. In
Bolangir District no posts have been filled up till 30-9-07 (Table 3.10 (a)).




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d)     Provision of meals, bedding, furniture and consumables—
           In KGBVs in all Districts, meals are given and bedding has been provided along with the
consumables to all children. But furniture has been given to KGBVs of all Districts (Table 3.10 (b)). The MIs
have found the DPO data in this regard to be true. Besides, all KGBVs are buying consumable for children.


3.11 DISE :
a)    Existence of EMIS, Computers and Computer Operators—
           In DPOs of all Districts, an EMIS exists. Further, in all Districts the DPOs in 2006-07 till 30-9-07
have the requisite number of computers and computer operators (Table 3.11 (a)).


b)     DISE activity—
        In 2007-08, the SPO has given a time schedule to all DPOs for DISE activity. The DPOs have not
deviated from this time schedule. Data capture formats have not been given to any school by August, 2007.
The teachers of only Bargarh and Sambalpur District have been trained on DISE data filling .The MIs have
crosschecked the DPO data in this regard and have found them to be correct (Table 3.11 (a)). The BRCCs
and CRCCs of only Bargarh and Sambalpur District have been trained on DISE data verification and they
have verified DISE formats in 5% schools in these two Districts. No DPO has sent the DISE data to SPO by
30-9-07.


3.12 Research activity :
a)    Research in 2007-08—
       In 2007-08, a few (ranging from 04 in Sambalpur to 36 in Bargarh District) researches have been
targeted to be undertaken but grants have been sanctioned to all of them only in Bargarh and Bolangir
District (Table 3.12) till 30-9-07.


b)    Research in 2006-07—
      In 2006-07, very few researches (06) have been sanctioned with grants in only 04 Districts (Gajapati,
Keonjhar, Mayurbhanj and Bargarh). Many of these studies have been completed by 31-3-07 (Table 3.12).




3.13 Village Education Committee (VEC) :
a)   Formation—




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       As on 30-9-07 some schools (ranging from 0.8% in Mayurbhanj to 15.4% in Bargarh District) have
lacked VEC. In Rayagada District, VEC exists in all schools. But the DPOs of Gajapati and Keonjhar Districts
have not recorded the number of schools having VEC as on 30-9-07 (Table 3.13 (a)).


b) Availability of VEC guidelines –
        As on 30-9-07, many DPOs (Gajapati, Rayagada, Keonjhar and Mayurbhanj) have no record on the
number of VECs having VEC guidelines. In Bargarh and Sambalpur District, all existing VECs have this
guidelines whereas in Bolangir Districts only 0.4% VEC has this guidelines .The MI (PMIASE) has
crosschecked and found that all sample VECs of Sambalpur District lack the guidelines till 30-9-07 and this
proves that the DPO data to be wrong (Table 3.13(a)).


c)   Composition of members—
        As per the VEC guidelines, each VEC should have 09 members that include the school Head
Master. But the MIs have crosschecked and found that some VECs do not have 09 members. They range
from 4.5% in Mayurbhanj to 20% in Gajapati District (Annexure 3.4). Only in Bolangir and Sambalpur
Districts all VECs have 09 members (Table 3.13(b)). Interestingly, the DOPs of all sample Districts except
Bolangir have no rec9ord regarding the total number of VEC member of VEC members of their Districts as
on 30-9-07 (Table 3.13(b)), DPOs have neglecyed the SPOs instruction to collect this data regularly. Further
more, there should be at least 03 women members in each VEC as per the VEC guidelines. But except in
Sambalpur ans Bolangir Districts, the MIs have noticed that a few VECs (ranging from 2.9% in Keonjhar to
14.1% in Rayagada District) in other Districts have <3 women members (Table 3.13 (a)) as on 30-9-07.


d)   VEC meetings and members’ participation—
      As per the VEC guidelines each VEC should convene at least 01 meeting every month. But many
VECs (ranging from 2.9% in Bargarh to 97.5% in Gajapati Districts) have not followed this principle during
the period from 1-4-07 to 30-9-07. In the VEC meeting all members are expected to participate and discuss
on various issues relating to school development and management. But the average number of members
attended VEC meetings conducted during the period from 1-4-07 to 30-9-07 has been <9 (5 or 6). Similarly,
in VECs (ranging 10.6% in Rayagada to 59.8% in Bolangir District) the women and SC/ST members have
not regularly attended the VEC meetings held during this period (Table 3.13 (b)).


e)   Training to members—
       In 2007-08, till 30-9-07 in all Districts except Bolangir no VEC members have been trained. The
Bolangir DPO does not have the data relating to the numbers of VEC members given training by 30-9-07 and



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it has conducted some training programmes (Table 3.13 (c)). This indicates delay in conducting VEC training
by these DPOs. This Districts has been conducted by the BRCC, CRCC and BRG, MI’s (PMIASE) report has
shown that 28.2% of the trained VEC members of Bolangir Districts have felt VEC training as useful (Table
3.13 (c )).


f)   Contribution of VECs—
        In 2007-08 till 30-9-07, only some VECs (ranging from 21.2% in Rayagada District to 67.4% in
Sambalpur) have contributed to improve the school environment. In raising the enrollment of students during
2007-08, some VECs (ranging from 15.3% in Rayagada to 62% in Sambalpur District) have contributed. In
raising students’ attendance in 2007-08, some VECs (ranging from 28.2% in Rayagada to 62% in Sambalpur
District) have contributed. Whereas in raising teacher’s attendance, VECs (ranging from 0% in Sambalpur to
75.2% in Bolangir District) have also contributed in 2007-08. Thus VECs’ contribution to school management
and development are not satisfactory in general (Table 3.13 (c)).


3.14 Staffing in DPO, BRC and CRC :


a)   Vacancy in DPO—
       In 2007-08 as on 30-9-07, in every District the DPO has vacancy in 01 or more sanctioned posts. The
DPOs of all those Districts except Mayurbhanj, Bargarh, Keonjhar and Rayagada have taken necessary
steps to fill up the vacancies (Table 3.14 (a)).
b) Vacancy in BRCs and CRCs—
       As on 30-9-07, there has been no vacancy in BRCC posts in all Districts except Gajapati and Bargarh,
where there has been 01 vacancy. In the same date, in all Districts a few CRCC posts (ranging from 8.6% in
Mayurbhanj to 16.8% in Gajapati District) have not been filled up (Table 3.14(b)). However, all DPOs have
taken some measures to fill up the vacant posts.


3.15 Mid Day Meals (MDM) :
a)    Daily service of hot cooked meal—
       In 2007-08, some schools (ranging from 2.9% in Bargarh to 12.1% in Keonjhar District) in all Districts
have not served hot cooked meal in each working day for various reasons (Table 3.15 (a)). The MI (NCDS)
has categorically identified the monthwise dates when food has not been served in schools and the reasons
thereof (Annexure 3.5).




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b)   Type of food items given—
      In 2007-08, in all schools same type of food items (rice and dalma) have been served except a few
located in Gajapati and Rayagada District where every day different types of food items have been served
Table (3.15(a)).


c)    Provision of green vegetables—
       Green vegetables (like potato, pumpkin and papaya) are added in the meal in a very few schools in
Sambalpur (13.1%) and Bargarh (24%) Districts, but in many schools of other Districts ranging from 74%
Keonjhar to 94.8% in Rayagada District. In only a very few schools of Smbalpur (4.3%), Rayagada (2.3%) &
Mayurbhanj (10.7%), fruits are served to the children in MDM. But eggs are not given in many schools of
Gajapati (62.5%) and Sambalpur (54.8%) Districts (Table 3.15(a)). Further in some schools, eggs are not
given regularly as per norms prescribed and hence for many days eggs are not given (Annexure 3.6).


d)    Children’s happiness with quality / quantity of MDM ---
       Children of all / almost all schools have been happy with the quality of MDM in Sambalpur, Bolangir
and Bargarh Districts in 2007-08. But in some schools of other Districts (ranging from 22.9% in Mayurbhanj
to 30.9% in Keonjahr District) children have not been happy with the quality of food. Similarly, children of a
few schools (ranging from 1% in Bargarh to 20% in Gajapati District) have expressed unhappiness over the
quantity of MDM given to them. (Table 3.15(a)).


e)    Provision of micro nutrient and deworming medicine—
        In none of      the schools in Orissa, micro nutrient and deworming medicines are given to
children (Table 3.15(a)).


f)   Average percentage of children taking MDM—
       MDM is not taken by all children in schools of the sample Districts. Some children prefer to eat food
items borrowed from their homes. Hence, the average percentage of children consuming MDM has ranged
from 60.4% in Gajapati District to 90% in Bargarh and Bolangir District (Table 3.15(a)).


g)    Appointment and remuneration of Cook and Helper—
         In Orissa,    the Cook    and    Helper   are     engaged   either   by   NGOs / SHGs / VECs for
preparing MDM. in Bolangir, Bargarh and Rayagada Districts they have been employed mostly by the Self
Help Groups. In Mayurbhanj and Gajapati Districts they have been engaged mainly by the VECs. In most of
the schools, a woman has been engaged as a cook. In every school of all Districts the Cook and Helper are


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paid a monthly remuneration of Rs. 200/- and Rs. 100/- respectively. In all schools of Bolangir District both of
them are paid remuneration regularly whereas in Gajapati, Keonjhar and Ryagada Districts they do not get
remuneration regularly in any school (Table 3.15 (b)).


h)   Kind of kitchen—
       In the Sample Districts, only a few schools (ranging from 2.6% in Gajapati to 34.8% in Sambalpur
District) have a kitchen with pucca floor and roof. On the other hand, in majority (97.4%) of the schools in
Gajapati District there exists either a thatched or an open space kitchen (Table 3.15(c)). Thus the cooking
environment is in danger in many schools in this District.


i)   Safe storage of food items—
       Food grains and other food items are kept in safe storage in all schools of all sample Districts Except
Bargarh and Sambalpur (Table 3.15( c)). The food items have been stored in many cases either in schools
or in the house of SHGs.




j)   Availability of water—
      Water is available for cooking in majority of schools of sample Districts.. The percentage of
schools having water facility ranges from 76.6% in Rayagada District to 98.3% in Bolangir (Table 3.15(c)).


k)    Availability of cooking utensils –
       In all schools of Bolangir and Bargarh Districts, cooking utensils have been adequately available. In
other Districts, these are adequately available only in many schools that ranges from 57.1% in Rayagada
District to 91.3% in Sambalpur District (Table 3.15 (c)). The cooking utensils have been procured in schools
of all Districts utilizing the SSA funds given to them under the school grant (Table 3.15 (c)).


l)   Kind of fuel used—
         In Bolangir Districts, MDM is cooked using firewood in all schools. But in other Districts, firewood is
used in most of the schools that ranges from 90.6% in Rayagada to 97.4% in Gajapati District (Table
3.15(c)). In other schools, dried cow dung cake or coal is used for cooking MDM.


m)     Safety, hygiene, cleanliness and students’ discipline—


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            In most of the schools of Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts, there exists either good or
very good safety, hygiene, cleanliness and students’ discipline relating to MDM. But the same is found only
in a few schools in other Districts that ranges from 10% in Gajapati to 34.3% in Keonjhar District (Table
3.15(c)).


n)    Eating habits—
        Barring only a few (< 10%), in all schools of all the sample Districts, the children wash their hands
both before and after taking MDM. Furthermore, in many schools (ranging from 58.8% in Rayagada to 96.1%
in Bargarh) of the sample Districts the children take and eat MDM in an orderly manner. In only a few (<
10%) schools of Bargarh, Bolangir and Sundargarh Districts, the discriminations based on gender, caste and
disability exists among the children while taking MDM. However, leaving aide Bargarh, Bolangir and
Sambalpur, children only in some schools of other sample Districts (ranging from 7.5% in Gajapati to 38.9%
in Mayurbhanj District) conserve water while washing dishes (Table 3.15 (d)).




o)    Community participation—
       In many schools (ranging from 43.5% in Sambalpur to 10% in Gajapati Districts), the Community
participation on daily supervision of MDM programme has not been good or very good. (Table 3.15(e)). In
matters other than cash/kind contribution to MDM, similarly community participation has been good/very
good in some schools in Sambalpur (58.5%) and Bolangir (26.5%) but in a very few schools (<8%) of other
Districts. In terms of cash/ kind contribution to MDM good / very good level of community participation has
been found only in a very few schools (< 7%) in all Districts (Table 3.15(e)).


p)    Inspection of MDM—
       In all schools of Gajapati and Mayurbhanj Districts, MDM programme has been regularly inspected by
teachers / parents. But except 11.4% schools in Keonjhar and 1.9% schools in Mayurbhanj, the MDM
programme has not been inspected regularly by Block level authority in any school (Table 3.15 (e)) in other
sample Districts.




3.16 Additional items :
a)    Days of functioning of schools—
       During 2007-08 till 30-9-07, the average number of days that the schools have functioned has
ranged from 97 days in Keonjhar District to 102 days in Mayurbhanj and Rayagada Districts (Table 3.16 (a)).


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b) School environment—
       Majority of schools (that ranges from 66.7% in Bolangir to 89.3% in Bargarh District) of sample
Districts have clean environment. It is because the children every day clean the school campus before the
prayer class. Many schools (ranging from 48.2% in Rayagada to 84.8% in Sambalpur District) of sample
Districts have good buildings. But only some schools of sample districts (ranging from 10% in Gajapati to
52.1% in Keonjhar District) except Bargarh have a playground (Table 3.16(a)).


c)    Classroom environment –
        In Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts, majority (>80%) of schools have classrooms with
proper flooring, roof and windows, but in other Districts some schools (ranging from 51.8% in Rayagada to
57.8% in Mayurbhanj District) have such classrooms. However, almost all schools (99.1%) of Bolangir
District and majority of schools (>66%) in other Districts have classrooms with proper light (Table 3.16(a)).
Similarly all schools in Bolangir and Bargarh Districts and many schools (ranging from 41.8% in Mayurbhanj
to 73.9% in Sambalpur) in other Districts have blackboard, TLM and proper sitting arrangement.


d)    Health camp and play materials—
       Except in some (20%) schools of Gajapati District, in a very few (<8%) school of the sample Districts,
health camp has been organized during 2007-08. Similarly except in many schools (76.1%) of Sambalpur
District, in a few schools (<36%) of other Districts, play materials are adequately available (Table 3.16 (a)).


e)   Extend of attendance of children—
       The average percentage of boys’ attendance in schools that ranges from 62% in Gajapati to 80% in
Bolangir and Bargarh Districts. Similarly, the average percentage of girls’ attendance varies from 59% in
Sambalpur to 75% in Bargarh District (Table 3.16(b)). The reasons for low attendance are varied. In all
sample Districts except Bargarh and sambalpur, Districts, the school /VEC / MTA have taken some steps to
promote children’s attendance in 2007-08 (Table 3.16 (b)).


f) Learning achievement of students—
       In schools, students’ learning achievements are assessed through 03 kinds of examinations such as
Unit Test, Half Yearly Examination and Annual Examination. In all schools these examinations are regularly
conducted and students learning achievement level is evaluated by grading system (Table 3.16(c)). As
assessed by the MIs the learning achievement level is <30% in some schools (<42%) in all Districts. On the




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other hand, in all Districts, except Sambalpur and Bolangir, the students’ learning achievement level is >60%
in a few (<21%) schools (Table 3.16(c)).


g) Rapport between students and teachers—
       In all schools of sample Districts except 01 in Bolangir and 02 in Sambalpur the rapport between
students and teachers has been good (Table 3.16 (c )).


h)   Overage, underage, dropout and detained children—
        In the sample Districts except Bargarh, Bolangir and Sambalpur, a few schools (<50%) have
some (<5%) overage children. Underage children are found in only 02 school in Gajapati District and 03
schools in Rayagada District. They constitute <17% of total children of the school. Dropout children are
reported only from 10, 16, 26, &14 schools of Gajapati, Keonjhar, Mayurbhanj and Rayagada District
respectively and they constitute <6% of total children. Further, barring Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur, in
all other Districts, some students in some schools have been detained in 2007-08. They vary from 5.5% of
total children in Mayurbhanj to 6.6% of total children in Gajapati and Rayagada Districts.




3.17 Mother Teacher Association (MTA) :
a)   Formation and composition—
      MTA has been formed in all schools of Bargarh, Sambalpur and Bolangir Districts but in other Districts,
some schools (ranging from 27.9% in Keonjhar to 12.4% in Mayurbhanj District) have no MTA as on 30-9-07.
Except Sambalpur and Bolangir in other Districts, there are some schools (that ranges from 7.8% in Bargarh
to 57.4% in Gajapati District) that do not have 10 members as on 30-9-07 (Table 3.17) and (Annexure 3.7).


b) MTA guidelines and meeting—
       MTA guidelines have not been given to only 9.8% schools in Mayurbhanj and 8.2% schools in
Rayagada District. In other Districts no schools have this guideline. As per this guideline, every MTA should
convene at least one meeting every month. In Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur 87.2%, 53.4% and 22.8%
MTA respectively have convened monthly meeting regularly during 1-04-07 to 30-9-07. But no MTA of all
other Districts has conducted such meetings. In addition, it has been found that many MTAs of Districts other
than Bolangir, Bargarh and sambalpur (ranging from 47.5% in Keonjhar to 63.9% in Rayagada District) have
not at all convened any meeting during 1-04-07 to 30-9-07. The average number of members present in the
MTA meetings conducted during this period varies from 03 in Gajapati, Rayagada and Mayurbhanj to 07 in
Bolangir and Bargarh Districts (Table 3.17).


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c)      Training and contribution to schools—
          No members of the MTAs have been trained in the Districts visited by NCDS. Very few MTAs (that
ranges from 0% in Gajapati to 16.2% in Bolangir District) have contributed to improve the school
environment in 2007-08. Similarly, very few MTAs (ranging from 5.8% Bargarh District to 20.6% in
Sambalpur District) have contributed to MDM supervision in 2007-08. In sample Districts, only some MTAs
(ranging from 5.8% in Bargarh to 34.2% in Bolangir District) have contributed to improve enrollment and
attendance of children in 2007-08 (Table 3.17).



3.18(a) Other SSA activities:


a)      School dress for girls—
          In all schools of Bargarh District the girls have got school dress for 2007-08 (Table 3.18 (a)).
Whereas in no schools (0%) of Gajapati and Keonjhar Districts the girls have got the school dress till 30-9-
07.


b) School Information Board—
          In Bargarh and Bolangir Districts in many schools (>87%) the School Information Board has been
displayed with all data required to maintain transparency of SSA programme. But in other Districts in only
some (ranging from 12.5% in Gajapati to 31.8% in Rayagada District) schools, it has been done (Table 3.18
(a)).


c)      Computer Aided Education (CAE)—
          In all schools visited by the MIs except 03 in Sambalpur CAE is functional on the days of visits
(Table 3.18 (a)).


d)      Toilet—
         Only some schools (ranging from 17.1% in Bolangir to 66.7% in Gajapati Districts) have water
provision to toilets. Similarly, only in some schools (27.1% in Rayagada to 67.55 in Gajapati District) toilets
are used and cleaned by children (Table 3.18).


e)      Child friendly structure and garden—




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      Child friendly structures like swing or slide have been made in many schools in Gajapati (70%) and
Bolangir (75.2%) Districts and in other Districts only some (<45%) schools have them. Further some schools
have a garden that ranges from 17.7% in Rayagada to 47.9% in Mayurbhanj District (Table 3.18).




Concluding remarks:
       The assessment made in this chapter relating to (i) the progress of various SSA activities vis-à-vis the
PAB approved targets and (ii) the operation of MDM programme in the sample Districts of Orissa has
revealed the existence of some administrative weaknesses which should be immediately erased by taking
appropriate remedial measures so that both the quality and quantity of progress of SSA activities and the
functioning of MDM programme can be enriched in future. In the next chapter, a discussion has been made
on the actions taken by the SPO basing upon the suggestion given by the MI (NCDS) in its previous report.




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                                         Table 3.1 (a)
                     Progress in Opening of NPS and NUPS as on 30.09.07
            Sl.     Name of         No. of        No. of          No. of           No. of       No. of NPS+    No. of NPS+NUPS
            No      District    (NPS+NUPS)     (NPS+NUPS)     NPS+NUPS        NPS+NUPS MI       NUPS whose      MI has visited for
                   monitored     sanctioned     opened (%)     for which      has visited for     VEC has         crosschecking
                                 (including                     land has      crosschecking       received      receipt of funds
                                  spillover)                      been              land         funds for     (no. of them found
                                                             identified for    identification      school        to have actually
                                                             construction       (no. of them    construction         received)
                                                                    (%)       found correct)          (%)
            1         2              3               4               5                6                 7               8
            1      GAJAPATI         386             258             258             3 (3)             258             3 (3)
                                                  (66.8)         (100.0)                           (100.0)
            2      KEONJHAR         281             192             168            0 (0)              168             0 (0)
                                                  (68.3)          (87.5)                            (87.5)
            3     MAYURBHANJ        500             325             307            4 (4)               25             4 (4)
                                                  (65.0)          (94.5)                             (7.7)
            4     RAYAGADA          573             324             284            2 (2)              284             2 (2)
                                                  (56.5)          (87.7)                            (87.7)
            5      BOLANGIR         159              0               0             0 (0)                0             0 (0)
                                                   (0.0)           (0.0)                             (0.0)
            6      BARGARH           17              0               0             0 (0)                0             0 (0)
                                                   (0.0)           (0.0)                             (0.0)
            7     SAMBALPUR          10              0               0             0 (0)                0             0 (0)
                                                   (0.0)           (0.0)                             (0.0)

N.B. (1)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
      any mistake in them.




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                                                 Table3.1 (b)
                           Progress in Opening of School in 2007-08 (as on 30.9.07)
Sl.      Name of    No. of NPS + NUPS whose construction   No. of NPS      No. of     No.    No. of NPS    No.      No. of    No. of   No. of NPS    No of NPS
No       District           has started and reached          + NUPS      teachers      of     + NUPS        of       NPS      NPS +      + NUPS        + NUPS
                                                              cross-     sanction    teach     cross-     NPS      +NUPS      NUPS        cross      checked by
                                                           checked by      ed for     ers     checked       +       cross-   receive   checked by    MI and (No.
                                                             MI and      NPS+NU      appoi   by MI and    NUP     checked     d the    MI and (no.     of them
                                                           constructio       PS       nted     (no. of      S       by MI      TLE       of them     purchased
                                                           n progress    (includin              them      recei   and (no.   guideli    received      TLEs as
                                                           was found       g spill             having      ved     of them   nes (%)       TLE           per
                                                             correct       over)             teachers)     the    received             guidelines)   guidelines)
                                                                          opened                           TLE       the
                                                                                                          grant     grant)
                      N      F    L    R    C (%)    T
1           2         3      4    5    6      7      8         9            10        11        12         13       14         15          16            17
1       GAJAPATI      73     0    0    0      0      73       3 (3)        DNG       DNG       3 (3)      DNG      3 (2)      DNG         3 (0)         3 (0)
                                             (0.0)
2      KEONJHAR       42     15   12   15     5      89       0 (0)        DNG       DNG       0 (0)      DNG      0 (0)      DNG         0 (0)         0 (0)
                                             (5.6)
3      MAYURBHA      197     0    1    32     35     265      4 (3)        DNG       DNG       4 (4)      DNG      4 (3)      DNG         4 (3)         4 (3)
           NJ                               (13.2)
4      RAYAGADA      126     46   11   29     30     244      2 (2)        DNG       DNG       2 (2)      DNG      2 (2)      DNG         2 (0)         2 (0)
                                            (12.3)
5                     0      0    0    0      0      0        0 (0)        DNG        0        0 (0)       0       0 (0)       0          0 (0)         0 (0)
       BOLANGIR
6                     0      0    0    0      0      0        0 (0)        DNG        0        0 (0)       0       0 (0)       0          0 (0)         0 (0)
        BARGARH
7                     0      0    0    0      0      0        0 (0)        DNG        0        0 (0)       0       0 (0)       0          0 (0)         0 (0)
      SAMBALPUR


      N.B. (1)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
           any mistake in them.




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                                 Table3.2 (a)
 Progress in Construction of Additional Classroom in 2007-08 (as on 30.9.07)
Sl. No   Item of Civil       Name of            Physical target                            Physical progress (in number)
             work            District        (including spill over)        Work completed            Work in progress        Work not started
                                                      for             DPO data    No. checked        DPO          No.       DPO         No.
                                                    2007-08             (%)        (No. found        data      checked      data     checked
                                                                                    correct)          (%)        (No.       (%)     (No. found
                                                                                                                found                correct)
                                                                                                               correct)
  1            2                 3                     4                 5              6              7           8         9          10
                             GAJAPATI                 680                 51              2 (2)      307        4 (4)       322        1 (1)
                                                                         (7.5)                      (45.2)                 (84.7)
 01       Additional       KEONJHAR                  1446                244             11 (11)     256      17 (17)       946        6 (3)
          Classroom                                                     (16.9)                      (17.7)                 (65.4)
                         MAYURBHANJ                  2356                307             13 (13)     346      26 (25)*      1703      10 (10)
                                                                        (13.0)                      (14.7)                 (72.3)
                           RAYAGADA                  1071                107              1 (1)      635      22 (22)       329       13 (13)
                                                                        (10.0)                      (59.3)                 (30.7)
                           BOLANGIR                   868                DNG              0 (0)      DNG        0 (0)       DNG        0 (0)

                            BARGARH                   160                  0              0 (0)       26      08 ( 08)       134      19 (19)
                                                                         (0.0)                      (16.3)                  (83.7)
                          SAMBALPUR                   310                  0              0 (0)        0        0 (0)        310       0 (0)
                                                                         (0.0)                       (0.0)                 (100.0)

N.B. – (1) In Mayurbhanj District, Shamakhunta Block, Ambadubhi Pr School, DPO data work completed for ACR as on 30.9.07 but MI

      (NCDS) found it to be in progress on the day of its visit (i.e. during Nov. 07).

      (2) Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
      any mistake in them.




                                                                       35
                                     Table3.2 (b)
          Progress in Construction of School Building (DLS+ BLS) in 2007-08
                                   (as on 30.9.07)

Sl.     Item of       Name of       Physical target                           Physical progress (in number)
No     Civil work     District      (including spill
                                        over) for        Work completed            Work in progress              Work not started
                                        2007-08        DPO data     No.         DPO data    No. checked       DPO data   No. checked
                                                         (%)      checked         (%)        (No. found         (%)       (No. found
                                                                 (No. found                   correct)                     correct)
                                                                  correct)
 1         2             3                 4              5           6             7            8               9           10
                     GAJAPATI             18               8          0 (0)          7          0 (0)              3        0 (0)
                                                        (44.4)                    (38.9)                        (16.6)
01      School      KEONJHAR              31              19          1 (1)         12          0 (0)              0        0 (0)
        Building                                        (61.3)                    (38.7)                         (0.0)
         (DLS+      MAYURBHAN              3               0          0 (0)          2          1 (1)              1        1 (1)
          BLS)          J                                (0.0)                    (66.7)                        (33.3)
                    RAYAGADA              36              18          0 (0)         18          0 (0)              0        0 (0)
                                                        (50.0)                    (50.0)                         (0.0)
                     BOLANGIR            DNG             DNG          DNG          DNG          DNG              DNG        DNG
                     BARGARH              0                0          0 (0)          0          0 (0)              0        0 (0)
                                                         (0.0)                     (0.0)                         (0.0)
                    SAMBALPUR             17               0          0 (0)          0          0 (0)             17        0 (0)
                                                         (0.0)                     (0.0)                       (100.0)

N.B. (1)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
      any mistake in them.




                                                                 36
                                       Table 3.2 (c)
               Progress in Drinking Water Facility in 2007-08 (as on 30.9.07)
 Sl.   Item of Civil work   Name of District   Physical target                             Physical progress (in number)
 No                                            (including spill          Work completed                   Work in progress       Work not started
                                                   over) for      DPO data         No. checked          DPO       No. checked   DPO   No. checked
                                                   2007-08          (%)         (No. found correct)     data       (No. found   data   (No. found
                                                                                                                    correct)            correct)
 1             2                   3                  4              5                   6                7             8        9          10
                              GAJAPATI                0              0                   0                0           0          0         0
                                                                    (0.0)                (0)            (0.0)        (0)        (0.0)     (0)
 01                           KEONJHAR               38              38                  0                0           0          0         0
                                                                   (100.0)               (0)            (0.0)        (0)        (0.0)     (0)
                            MAYURBHANJ                0              0                   0                0           0          0         0
         Drinking water                                             (0.0)                (0)            (0.0)        (0)        (0.0)     (0)
            facility          RAYAGADA                0              0                   0                0           0          0         0
                                                                    (0.0)                (0)            (0.0)        (0)        (0.0)     (0)
                              BOLANGIR               144            144                  6                0           0          0         0
                                                                   (100.0)               (6)            (0.0)        (0)        (0.0)     (0)
                              BARGARH                 0              0                   0                -           0          0         0
                                                                    (0.0)                (0)                         (0)        (0.0)     (0)
                              SAMBALPUR               0              0                   0                -           0          0         0
                                                                    (0.0)                (0)                         (0)        (0.0)     (0)


N.B. – (1) DNG = Data not given by PMIASE.

       (2) Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for

       any mistake in them.




                                                                     37
                                                    Table 3.2 (d)
                                    Progress in Toilet in 2007-08 (as on 30.9.07)
Sl. No      Item of        Name of         Physical target                               Physical progress (in number)
           Civil work      District     (including spill over)         Work completed           Work in progress         Work not started
                                                 for              DPO        No. checked       DPO     No. checked     DPO     No. checked
                                               2007-08            data   (No. found correct)   data     (No. found     data     (No. found
                                                                  (%)                          (%)       correct)      (%)        correct)
  1            2                3                 4                5              6              7            8         9            10
                          GAJAPATI                4                4            2 (2)          0         0 (0)         0          0 (0)
                                                                 (100.0)                      (0.0)                  (0.0)
                         KEONJHAR                80                25           0 (0)          41        1 (1)        14          0 (0)
                                                                 (31.3)                      (51.3)                  (17.5)
                        MAYURBHANJ               505              184           9 (9)         246        1 (1)        75          1 (1)
                                                                 (36.4)                      (48.7)                  (14.9)
 01       Toilet         RAYAGADA                26                24           0 (0)          2         0 (0)         0          0 (0)
                                                                 (92.3)                       (7.7)                  (0.0)
                          BOLANGIR                4                4            0(0)           0          0(0)         0           0(0)
                                                                 (100.0)                      (0.0)                  (0.0)
                          BARGARH                 0                0            0(0)           0          0(0)         0           0(0)
                                                                  (0.0)                       (0.0)                  (0.0)
                         SAMBALPUR                0                0            0(0)           0          0(0)         0           0(0)
                                                                  (0.0)                       (0.0)                  (0.0)


 N.B. (1)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
         any mistake in them.




                                                                    38
                                                           Table 3.2 (e)
       Progress in Construction Work of BRC Building in 2007-08 (as on 30.9.07)
 Sl.     Item of Civil                  Physical target                              Physical progress (in number)
 No          work        Name of        (including spill      Work completed               Work in progress           Work not started
                                           over) for       DPO data  No. checked        DPO       No. checked      DPO      No. checked
                         District           2007-08          (%)      (No. found        data       (No. found      data      (No. found
                                                                       correct)          (%)        correct)       (%)         correct)
 1            2              3                 4              5            6              7             8           9             10
                          GAJAPATI             0               0            0 (0)         0           0 (0)           0            0 (0)
                                                             (0.0)                       (0.0)                      (0.0)
 01                       KEONJHAR             0               0            0 (0)         0           0 (0)           0            0 (0)
        BRC building
                                                             (0.0)                       (0.0)                      (0.0)
                         MAYURBHANJ            12              7            0 (0)         5           1 (1)           0            0 (0)
                                                             (58.3)                     (41.7)                      (0.0)
                          RAYAGADA             0               0            0 (0)         0           0 (0)           0            0 (0)
                                                             (0.0)                       (0.0)                      (0.0)
                          BOLANGIR             0               0            0 (0)         0           0 (0)           0            0 (0)
                                                             (0.0)                       (0.0)                      (0.0)
                          BARGARH              0               0            0 (0)         0           0 (0)           0            0 (0)
                                                             (0.0)                       (0.0)                      (0.0)
                         SAMBALPUR             0               0            0 (0)         0           0 (0)           0            0 (0)
                                                             (0.0)                       (0.0)                      (0.0)

N.B. : - (1)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
         any mistake in them.




                                                                     39
                                    Table 3.2 (f)
      Progress in Construction Work of CRC Building in 2007-08 (as on 30.9.07)
Sl.     Item of Civil     Name of        Physical target                         Physical progress (in number)
No          work          District       (including spill         Work completed              Work in progress        Work not started
                                            over) for       DPO data     No. checked        DPO      No. checked     DPO        No.
                                             2007-08          (%)         (No. found        data      (No. found     data    checked
                                                                           correct)         (%)        correct)      (%)    (No. found
                                                                                                                             correct)
 1           2                3                 4              5                6             7            8          9         10
                         GAJAPATI              46              21             0 (0)           25         0 (0)         0       0 (0)
                                                             (45.7)                         (54.4)                   (0.0)
 01                     KEONJHAR                0              0              0 (0)           0          0 (0)         0       0 (0)
       CRC Building
                                                              (0.0)                          (0.0)                   (0.0)
                        MAYURBHAN              100             37             4 (4)           53         1 (1)        10       1 (1)
                              J                              (37.0)                         (53.0)                   (10.0
                                                                                                                       )
                        RAYAGADA               21              13             0 (0)           8          0 (0)         0        0 (0)
                                                             (61.9)                         (38.1)                   (0.0)
                         BOLANGIR              37              34             4 (4)           2          1 ( 1)        1        0(0)
                                                             (91.9)                          (5.4)                   (2.7)
                         BARGARH                0              0              0 (0)           0          0 (0)         0       0 (0)
                                                              (0.0)                          (0.0)                   (0.0)
                        SAMBALPUR               0              0              0 (0)           0          0 (0)         0       0 (0)
                                                              (0.0)                          (0.0)                   (0.0)


N.B.:- (1)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
       any mistake in them.




                                                                    40
                                 Table 3.2 (g)
  Progress in Construction Work of Compound wall in 2007-08 (as on 30.9.07)
Sl.     Item of Civil                    Physical target                          Physical progress (in number)
No          work          Name of        (including spill         Work completed             Work in progress         Work not started
                          District          over) for       DPO data     No. checked        DPO     No. checked     DPO    No. checked
                                             2007-08          (%)         (No. found        data     (No. found     data    (No. found
                                                                           correct)          %         correct)      %       correct)
 1           2                3                 4              5               6              7           8          9          10
                         GAJAPATI               3               2              2(2)            1         0(0)         0         0(0)
                                                             (66.7)                          (33.3)                 (0.0)
                         KEONJHAR              11               3              1(1)            0         0(0)         8         0(0)
                                                             (27.3)                          (0.0)                  (72.7
                                                                                                                      )
 01     Compound        MAYURBHANJ             16               5              0(0)            8         0(0)         3         0(0)
            Wall                                             (31.3)                          (50.0)                 (18.7
                                                                                                                      )
                        RAYAGADA               16              15              0(0)            1         0(0)         0         0(0)
                                                             (93.8)                          (6.3)                  (0.0)
                         BOLANGIR              37              34              2 (2)           3         0 (0)        0         0 (0)
                                                             (91.9)                          (8.1)                  (0.0)
                         BARGARH                0               0              0 (0)           0         0 (0)        0         0 (0)
                                                              (0.0)                          (0.0)                  (0.0)
                        SAMBALPUR               0               0              0 (0)           0         0 (0)        0         0 (0)
                                                              (0.0)                          (0.0)                  (0.0)


N.B.:- (1)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
      any mistake in them.




                                                                    41
                                   Table 3.2 (h)
        Progress in Construction Work of Child Friendly Element in 2007-08
                                  (as on 30.9.07)
Sl.    Item of Civil                    Physical target                          Physical progress (in number)
No         work         Name of         (including spill       Work completed           Work in progress         Work not started
                        District            over) for      DPO data   No. checked    DPO data No. checked      DPO    No. checked
                                            2007-08          (%)       (No. found        %       (No. found    data    (No. found
                                                                        correct)                   correct)     %       correct)
 1           2                3                4              5             6            7             8        9           10
                         GAJAPATI            DNG               0           0(0)            0          0(0)         0          0(0)
                                                             (0.0)                       (0.0)                    (0.0)
 01                      KEONJHAR            DNG               0           1(1)            0          0(0)         0          0(0)
                                                             (0.0)                       (0.0)                    (0.0)
                        MAYURBHAN            DNG               0           0(0)            0          0(0)         0          0(0)
                              J                              (0.0)                       (0.0)                    (0.0)
       Child friendly    RAYAGADA            DNG               0           0(0)            0          0(0)         0          0(0)
         element                                             (0.0)                       (0.0)                    (0.0)
                         BOLANGIR             347            347          27 ( 27)         0          0(0)         0          0 (0)
                                                            (100.0)                      (0.0)                    (0.0)
                         BARGARH               0               0           0 (0)           0          0 (0)        0          0 (0)
                                                             (0.0)                       (0.0)                    (0.0)
                        SAMBALPUR              0               0           0 (0)           0          0 (0)        0          0 (0)
                                                             (0.0)                       (0.0)                    (0.0)


N.B.:- (1)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
      any mistake in them.




                                                                     42
                               Table No. 3.2 (i)
      Progress in Community (VEC) Participation in Civil Works as on 30.9.07
Sl.      Name of         No. of     No. of VECs    No. of VECs   No. of NPS +    No. of VECs kept      No. of VECs TC    No. of VECs
No       District        VECs         that has       having      NUPS + BLPS     separate account      has visited and    that have
                       monitored    been trained   community        + DLPS         of funds and        guided during       defect in
                        on Civil     by TC for     manual for     constructed      construction         construction        quality
                        Works       execution of   Civil Works    with a ramp    materials for Civil   Civil Works (%)   construction
                                    Civil Works        (%)                          Works (%)                               of Civil
                                        (%)                                                                                 Works
 1          2                3              4          5               6                 7                   8                 9
 1      GAJAPATI             13             4            3                                0                   7                0
                                        (30.8)        (23.1)          DNG               (0.0)              (53.9)
 2     KEONJHAR              39            10           18                                9                  11                0
                                        (25.6)        (46.2)          DNG              (23.1)              (28.2)
 3    MAYURBHAN              75             3           14                               11                  20                0
          J                              (4.0)        (18.7)          DNG              (14.7)              (26.7)
 4    RAYAGADA               36             2           13                               11                   7                0
                                         (5.6)        (36.1)          DNG              (30.6)              (19.4)
 5      BOLANGIR          117             117          117            347                25                  89                0
                                       (100.0)       (100.0)                           (21.4)              (76.1)
 6      BARGARH           103              26           0              0                 18                  4                 6
                                        (25.2)        (0.0)
 7    SAMBALPUR              92             0           0              0                  0                   0                0
                                         (0.0)        (0.0)                             (0.0)               (0.0)

N.B.:-- (1) DNG = Data not given by DPOs.

      (2)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
      any mistake in them.




                                                                 43
                                         Table No. 3.3
                Distribution of Free Textbooks (FTB) in 2007-08 (as on 30-9-07)
Sl.     Name of       No. of SC     No. of children      Month of          Month of          Any        Date of      No. of schools        No. of schools
No      District      +ST + Girl    (other than SC,   receipt of FTB      distribution   instruction    opening    cross-checked and      cross-checked
                       children        ST & Girls)    at District level    of FTB in       of FTB         of       (No. of them where    and (No. of them
                       received      received from                        the District   distribution   schools      FTB have been       where FTB have
                      FTB from        State Govt.                                        received by                   completely        been given for all
                      SSA funds          funds                                            DPO from                  distributed within       classes, all
                                                                                             SPO                      one month of        subjects and all
                                                                                                                   opening of schools)      children) (%)
                                                                                                                            (%)
 1          2              3               4                 5                  6             7            8                9                   10
 1                       DNG             DNG               DNG               DNG             Yes        2.4.2007         40 (15)              40 (33)
      GAJAPATI
                                                                                                                          (37.5)               (82.5)

 2     KEONJHAR         1,85,499         DNG            March-07 to       April-071 to       Yes        2.4.2007        140 (22)             140 (118)
                                                        Continuing        Continuing                                      (15.7)               (84.3)

 3    MAYURBHAN          DNG             DNG               DNG               DNG             Yes        2.4.2007        225 (71)             225 (172)
          J
                                                                                                                          (31.6)               (76.4)

 4     RAYAGADA         1,26,364         DNG             Feb-07 to         April-07 to       Yes        2.4.2007         85 (18)              85 (65)
                                                           Oct-07           Octo-07                                       (21.2)               (76.5)

 5     BOLANGIR         7,16,148        3,85,619      Feb-07 to Sept-      Feb-07 to         Yes        2.4.2007       117 ( 116)            117 (116)
                                                            07              Sept-07
                                                                                                                         (99.1)                (99.1)

 6     BARGARH           DNG             DNG             March-07           April-07         Yes        2.4.2007        103 (86)             103 ( 86)
                                                                                                                         (83.5)                (83.5)

 7    SAMBALPUR         73, 524          DNG          Feb-07 to Aug-       Feb.-07 to        Yes        2.4.2007         92 (0)               92 (64)
                                                            07              Oct- 07
                                                                                                                          (0.0)                (69.6)


N.B. :- (1) DNG = Data not given by DPOs / PMIASE.
      (2)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
      any mistake in them.


                                                                           44
                                        Table No. 3.4
        Progress in Release and Utilization of School Grant in 2007-08 (till 30.9.07)

Sl.   Name of     No. of    Months      No. of school        No. of         Has the     No. of school       No. of school     No. of school    No. of school
No    District    school       of           cross-           school       DPO made          cross-        cross-checked &    cross-checked         cross-
                    s to    release       checked &          cross-       centralized    checked &         (No. of schools       & (No. of      checked &
                  whom         of           (No. of        checked &       purchase         (No. of          mentioned            schools         (No. of
                  school    school         schools           (No. of      for schools      schools          correctly the       utilized the     schools
                   grant     grant       received the       schools        out of the    given UC to         receipt and       school grant     utilized the
                    has      from        school grant      having the       school        DPO after        expenditure of       after taking   school grant
                   been     DPO to        within two      guidelines to     grant?      fully utilizing    school grant in          VEC        deviating the
                  approv      VEC         months of          utilize                     the school        Cash Book) (%)     resolution for   school grant
                     ed                  opening, i.e.       school                       grant) (%)                          doing so) (%)     guidelines)
                                        within 01.6.07)    grant) (%)                                                                                (%)
                                              (%)
1        2           3         4              5                 6             7               8                  9                 10               11

1     GAJAPATI      1434    July-07         40 (0)            40 (0)          No            40 (0)             40 (10)           40 (2)            40 (0)
                            Aug-07           (0.0)             (0.0)                         (0.0)              (25.0)            (5.0)             (0.0)
                            Sept- 07

2     KEONJHAR      2748    Sept-07         140 (0)          140 (0)          No            140 (0)           140 (__)          140 (__)          140 (0)
                                             (0.0)            (0.0)                          (0.0)              (__)              (__)             (0.0)
3     MAYURBH       4326    Aug-07          225(0)          225 (79)          No            225 (0)           225 (__)          225 (__)          225 (0)
        ANJ                                  (0.0)           (35.1)                          (0.0)              (__)              (__)             (0.0)

4     RAYAGAD       1982    July-07         85 (0)            85 (7)          No            85 (19)            85 (19)           85 (21)           85 (2)
         A                  Sept- 07         (0.0)             (8.2)                         (4.7)             (22.4)             (24.7)            (2.4)
5     BOLANGIR      2426     June -        108 (16)         108 (16)          No            108 (0)           108(16)           108 (13)          108 (0)
                               07           (14.8)           (14.2)                          (0.0)             (14.8)            (12.0)            (0.0)

6     BARGARH       2021    July - 07       93 (0)           93 ( 88)         No           93 (41)             93 (41)           93 (41)          93 ( 4)
                                            (0.0)             (94.6)                        (44.1)             (44.1)            (44.1)            (4.3)
7     SAMBALPU      1302    May - 07        85 ( 7)          85 ( 7)          No            85 (7)             85 ( 7)           85 (7)            85 (0)
         R                                   (8.2)            (8.2)                          (8.2)              (8.2)            (8.2)             (0.0)


      N.B.:- (1)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
             any mistake in them.




                                                                             45
                                 Table No. 3.5 (a)
    Progress in Teacher Recruitment and Attendance in 2007-08 (as on 30.9.07)
Sl     Name of       No. of      No. of     Who has recruited        Whethe       No. of school    No. of school     No. of school    No. of school
 .     District      addl.       addl.     them & how he has              r      cross-checked    cross-checked         cross-       cross-checked
N                   Teacher    Teachers      recruited them?         recruite      and (No. of    & (No. of them      checked &      & (No. of them
o                   s (SSS)      (SSS)                                  d as       them have         where all       (No. of them    where teachers
                    sanctio    recruited                              regular      vacancy in     teachers were        having a         have bad
                    ned for      out of                                or on       sanctioned     present on day      habitually      rapport with
                    2007-08    them (%)                              contrac    teaching posts)    of visit of the      absent        the students
                                                                     t basis?          (%)            MI) (%)          teacher)
1        2             3           4                  5                 6              7                 8                 9              10
1     GAJAPATI        488         188         Chairman SSA           Contract        40 (5)           40 (30)            40 (0)          40 (0)
                                            Gajapati, as per Govt
                                 (38.5)            Rules                             (12.5)            (75.0)

2     KEONJHAR        1074        783       Zilla Parishad. As per   Contract       140 (40)         140 (100)          140 (0)         140 ( 0)
                                                  Govt Rules
                                 (75.0)                                              (28.6)            (71.4)
3    MAYURBHANJ       1410       1181      Collector cum CEO, Z.P    Contract       225 (53)         225 (157)          225 (2)          225 (0)
                                             Mayurbhanj, as per
                                 (83.8)          Govt Rules                          (23.6)            (69.8)

4     RAYAGADA        784          0           Zilla parishad,       contract       85 (13)           85 (58)            85 (1)          85 (0)
                                           Rayagada. As per Govt.
                                 (0.0)               rules                           (15.3)            (68.2)

5     BOLANGIR        411          0                  -                    -       117 ( 52)         117(115)           117 (0)          117 (0)
                                 (0.0)                                               (44.4)            (98.3)
6     BARGARH         822         648          Zilla Parishad,       Contract      103 ( 36)         103 ( 102)         103 (0)         103 ( 1)
                                           Baragarh. As per Govt.
                                 (78.8)             Rules                            (35.0)            (99.0)

7     SAMBALPUR       574         394          Zilla Parishad,       Contract       92 ( 19)          92( 90)            92 (0)          92 ( 2)
                                             Sambalpur. As per
                                 (68.6)         Govt. Rules                          (20.7)            (97.8)



N.B.:- (1)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
      any mistake in them.



                                                                      46
                                        Table No. 3.5 (b)
                     Progress in Teacher Training in 2007-08 (as on 30.9.07)
Sl.   Name of District    Target no. of     No. of Mandays       No of teachers      Target no. of SS   No. of SS cross-        Target no. of
No                       Mandays for in-    covered for in-     cross-checked &        for induction    checked & (No.      untrained teachers
                         service training   service training      (No. of them        training & (No.       of them        for refresher training
                                                  (%)          obtained in service   of them trained)       obtained           & (No. of them
                                                                   training (%)              (%)         training) (%)          trained) (%)
1            2                  3                  4                     5                    6                 7                     8
1       GAJAPATI              42560              DNG                169 (136)            488 (0)             5 (0)                419 (0)
                                                                      (80.5)              (0.0)               (0.0)                 (0.0)

2       KEONJHAR             139660             41578               529 (493)            1047 (0)            0 (0)                225 (0)
                                                 (29.8)               (93.2)              (0.0)              ( 0.0)                 (0.0)

3     MAYURBHANJ             175630              8725               759 (430)            1410 (0)            78 (0)                3 (0)
                                                  (5.0)               (56.7)               (0.0)             (0.0)                  (0.0)

4      RAYAGADA               87520             28306               313 (291)            784 (0)             0 (0)                 0 (0)
                                                 (32.3)               (93.0)               (0.0)             (0.0)                  (0.0)

5       BOLANGIR              5243               4985              192 ( 187)           504(493)            42 ( 35)               0 (0)
                                                 (95.1)              (97.4)               (97.8)             (83.3)                (0.0)

6       BARGARH               3528               2459               386 (162)           1042(480)           108 (65)              351 (0)
                                                 (69.7)              (42.0)               (46.1)             (60.2)                (0.0)

7      SAMBALPUR              3986               3950              189 (124)            370(301)            67 (59)                0 (0)
                                                 (99.1)              (65.6)               (81.4)             (88.1)                (0.0)


 N.B.:- (1)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
       any mistake in them.



                                                                      47
                                    Table No. 3.6
      Progress in Release and Utilization of Teaching Learning Material (TLM)
                        Grants in 2007-08 (as on 30.9. 07)
Sl.     Name of       No. of     No. of     Date /     Whether        No. of        No. of      No. of      No. of       No. of       No. of       No. of
No      District    teachers    teacher    month of      TLM        teachers      teachers    teachers    teachers     teachers     teachers     teachers
                    sanction       s      release of   guideline     cross-         cross-     cross-       cross-      cross-       cross-       cross-
                      ed to     receive   TLM grant      s has     checked &     checked &    checked     checked      checked     checked &     checked
                     receive     d the    from DPO       been        (No. of       (No. of    & (No. of   & (No. of   & (No. of      (No. of    & (No. of
                    the TLM       TLM                  given by       them           them       them         them        them       them got       them
                     grant of    grant                  DPO to      received      received      made      displaye    give TLM         TLM         seen
                     2007-08       of                      all      the TLM       the TLM     TLMs out       d the         to       training)      good
                                 2007-                 teachers    guidelines)     grant of    of this     TLMs in     children        (%)         TLMs
                                 08 (%)                                (%)        2007-08)      grant)    classroo    for use in                    from
                                                                                      (%)        (%)        m) (%)     classroo                    other
                                                                                                                        m) (%)                  teachers)
                                                                                                                                                     (%)
1          2           3           4          5           6            7             8           9           10          11           12              13
1     GAJAPATI        3036       2364      July-07       Yes         40 (2)       40 (11)      40 (1)      40 (27)     40 (35)      40 (29)       29 ()7)
                                (77.9)     Aug-07                     (5.0)       (27.5)       (2.5)       (67.5)      (87.5)       (72.5)         (24.1)
                                           Sept-07
2     KEONJHAR        8255       6589      16-6-07       Yes         140 (0)      140 (0)      140 (0)    140 (84)    140 (84)     140 (108)    108 (34)
                                (79.8)                                (0.0)        (0.0)        (0.0)      (60.0)      (60.0)       (77.1)      (31.58)
                                           22-9-07
3     MAYURBHA        10700      9056       8-8-07       Yes        225 (88)     225 (165)    225 (26)    225 (136)   225 (151)    225 (110)    225 (13)
         NJ                     (84.6)                               (39.1)       (73.3)       (11.6)      (60.4)      (67.1)       (48.9)       (5.8)

4     RAYAGADA        4376       3726     18-07-07       Yes         85 (19)      85 (75)      85 (21)     85 (60)     85 (60)      85 (43)      85 (2)
                                (85.2)    30-09-07                   (22.4)       (88.2)       (24.7)      (70.6)      (70.6)       (50.6)        (2.4)

5     BOLANGIR        5594       5282     June - 07      Yes        284 (212)     284 (0)      284 (0)    284 ( 55)   284 ( 83)    284 ( 218)   284 ( 58)
                                (94.4)                               (74.6)         (0.0)        (0.0)     (19.4)      (29.2)        (78.6)      (20.4)
6     BARGARH         6987       5224      July - 07     Yes        386 (312)    386 (374)    386 (367)   386 ( 68)   386 (68)     386 ( 211)    386 (0)
                                (74.8)                               (80.8)        (96.9)       (95.7)     (17.6)      (17.6)        (61.9)       (0.0)

7     SAMBALPU        4356       3747     May - 07        No        341 ( 19)     341 (0)      341(0)     341( 11)    341( 07)       341(0)      341(0)
         R                      (86.0)                                (5.6)        (0.0)        (0.0)      (3.2)       (2.1)          (0.0)       (0.0)


 N.B.:- (1)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
       any mistake in them.




                                                                       48
                                Table 3.7 (a)
Progress in Functioning of EGS Centres and Training to Education Volunteers
                      (EVs) in 2007-08 as on 30.9.07)
Sl.   Name of    No. of EGS      No. of      No. of EGS    Target no. of      No. of     No. of    No. of   Duratio    Who     No. of EVs     No. of EVs
No    District      & AIE         EGS           & AIE      children to be    children     EVs       EVs       n of    traine   crosschec    crosschecked
                  Centres        & AIE         Centres        enrolled       actually   working   trained   trainin      d     ked & (no.   & (no. of them
                 sanctioned     Centres       continued                      enrolled               (%)        g                of them      acknowledge
                 in 2007-08    started in   from 2006-07                       (%)                                              trained)    the training as
                                2007-08                                                                                                         useful)
1        2           3             4             5               6              7         8         9         10       11         12              13

1     GAJAPATI   EGS-0 ,AIE-       0          EGS-605        EGS-4000         DNG        451        0        DNG      DNG         0(0)           0(0)
                    256
                                               AIE-0         AIE-3600                              (0.0)

2     KEONJHA    EGS-0, AIE-       0          EGS-249        EGS-4083         DNG        246        0                             0(0)           0(0)
         R           0
                                               AIE-0           AIE-0                               (0.0)      _         _

3     MAYURB     EGS-0, AIE-       0          EGS-860       EGS-46121        AIE-715     1156       20        7       DRG        30(2)          30(2)
       HANJ          0                                                                                      DAYS
                                               AIE-4        AIE-14823         (4.8)                (0.7)

4     RAYAGAD    EGS-0, AIE-    AIE-12        EGS-449       EGS-14113        AIE-833     479        0        DNG      DNG         2(0)           2(0)
         A          845
                                               AIE-0        AIE-14793         (5.6)                (0.0)

5     BOLANGI        0             0            184            5600           5532       290       185      30 days   RPs.       9 ( 9)         9 ( 9)
         R
                                                                              (98.8)              (63.8)

6     BARGAR         0             0            177            11278          6044       292        0         0         0        10 (0)         10 (0)
         H
                                                                              (53.6)               (0.0)

7     SAMBALP        0             0            513            12847          11885      545        0         0         0        7 ( 0)          7 (0)
        UR
                                                                              (92.5)               (0.0)



N.B. :- (1) DNG = Data not given by DPOs.
       (2) Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
      any mistake in them.




                                                                        49
                                Table 3.7 (b)
 Progress in Academic Support and Monthly Honorarium Paid to EVs in 2007-
                             08 (as on 30.9.07)
Sl.     Name of        Whether      No. of EVs    No. of EVs    No. of EVs     Amount     Honorari      EVs       Month of      No. of EVs
No      District       DPO has     crosschecke    crosschec     crosschec        of        um paid    receive     receipt of   crosschecke
                      instructed    d & (No. of   ked & ( the   ked & ( the   monthly     to EVs in   honorari   honorarium     d & ( no. of
                       BRCC &       them given      average       average     honorari     cash or    um from     for SEPT-        them
                       CRCC to        regular     frequency      frequency    um given     by Bank     whom          2007        regularly
                         give        academic          of            of        to EVs        A/C                                  taking
                      academic      support by     academic      academic                                                        classes)
                      support to      BRCC &        support        support
                         EVs          CRCC)        given by       given by
                                                     BRCC)         CRCC)
1          2                 3          4              5              6          7           8           9           10             11
1      GAJAPATI          No            0(0)          0(0)          0(0)          0          NIL         NIL         NIL            0(0)

2     KEONJHAR           Yes           0(0)          0(0)          0(0)          0          NIL         NIL         NIL            0(0)

3     MAYURBHAN          Yes          30(0)          30(0)         30(1)      Rs.1750/-   Bank A/c     VEC          NIL           30(30)
           J

4     RAYAGADA           No            2(0)          2(0)          2(0)       Rs.1750/-   Bank A/c     VEC        OCT- 07          2(2)

5      BOLANGIR          Yes           9 (9)      9 (Monthly)   9 ( Weekly)   Rs.1750/-   Bank A/c     VEC          NIL           9 ( 9)

6      BARGARH           Yes         10 ( 10)         10           10 (       Rs.1750/-   Bank A/c     VEC          NIL           10 (10)
                                                   (Monthly)     Weekly)

7     SAMBALPUR          Yes          7 ( 7)      7 (Monthly)   7 ( Weekly)   Rs.1750/-   Bank A/c     VEC          NIL           7 ( 7)



N.B.:- (1)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
      any mistake in them.




                                                                  50
                               Table 3.7 (c)
Progress in Monitoring and Upgrading EGS Centres in 2007-08 (as on 30.9.07)
Sl.      Name of      Whether there is any       Is there any      Frequency of    No. of EGS centers    No. of EGS     Whether SPO has
No       District      designated District    monitoring format       sending           (including         Centres         given any
                      Coordinator for EGS      used by DPO to        feedback      spillover) targeted     actually      instruction to
                            in DPO             send feedback         data from      to be upgraded       upgraded to    DPO for EGS up
                                               data on EGS to      DPO to SPO                              NPS (%)         gradation
                                                     SPO              on EGS
 1          2                   3                     4                   5                6                  7                 8
 1      GAJAPATI               No                    Yes                  2                15                 0                Yes
                                                                                                            (0.0)

 2     KEONJHAR                No                    Yes                  6                64                52                Yes
                                                                                                            (81.3)

 3     MAYURBHA                No                    DNG                 DNG               81                18                Yes
          NJ
                                                                                                            (22.2)

 4     RAYAGADA                No                    Yes                  0                27                 0                Yes
                                                                                                            (0.0)

 5     BOLANGIR                No                    Yes               Monthly             50                 0                Yes
                                                                                                            (0.0)

 6     BARGARH                 No                    Yes               Quarterly           0                  0                Yes
                                                                                                            (0.0)

 7    SAMBALPUR                Yes                   Yes               Quarterly           0                  0                Yes
                                                                                                            (0.0)

N.B. :- (1) DNG = Data not given by DPOs.
       (2)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
      any mistake in them.



                                                                  51
                                    Table 3.7 (d)
        Progress in Construction of Upgraded NPS in 2007-08 (as on 30.9.07)
Sl.     Name of      Whether SPO     No. of VECs      No. of upgraded        No. of            No. of          No. of      No. of upgraded
No      District     has released    of upgraded      NPS whose land       upgraded       upgraded NPS       upgraded            NPS
                     funds to DPO    NPS received        has been             NPS          crosschecked         NPS        crosschecked &
                      to upgrade       funds for       identified for    crosschecked     & (No. of them   crosschecked      (No. of them
                     EGS Centres     constructing      constructing      & (no. of them   received funds      & (No. of    found correct in
                        to NPS           school       school building     whose land             for        them whose       construction
                                        building                            has been        constructing      building        progress as
                                                                           identified)         school       construction    stated by DPO)
                                                                                              building)     has started)
 1          2                3             4                 5                 6                  7               8               9

 1     GAJAPATI           Yes              0                 31               0(0)             0(0)            0(0)              0(0)

 2     KEONJHAR           Yes             15                 15               0(0)             0(0)            0(0)              0(0)

 3     MAYURBHA           No               0                 18               0(0)             0(0)            0(0)              0(0)
           NJ

 4     RAYAGADA           No               0                 0                0(0)             0(0)            0(0)              0(0)

 5     BOLANGIR           Yes              0                 0                0 (0)           0 (0)            0 (0)             0 (0)

 6     BARGARH            Yes              0                 0                0 (0)           0 (0)            0 (0)             0 (0)

 7     SAMBALPU           Yes              0                 0                0 (0)           0 (0)            0 (0)             0 (0)
            R


N.B.:- (1)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
      any mistake in them.




                                                                  52
                                       Table 3.7 (e)
                 Progress in Recruitment of Teachers in Upgraded NPS and
                   Mainstreaming of Children in 2007-08(as on 30.9.07)
Sl.      Name of       No. of teachers    No. of teachers    No. of upgraded NPS        No. of children        No. of children faced
No       District      sanctioned for    recruited against   crosschecked & (No.    mainstreamed from EGS        difficulty while
                       upgraded NPS      sanctioned posts    of them having newly    Centres & (No. of them      mainstreaming
                                           (No. of them         posted teachers     mainstreamed in Govt. &
                                             placed in                              Govt. aided schools) (%)
                                          upgraded NPS)
 1           2                3                 4                       5                      6                        7
 1      GAJAPATI             62                0(0)                 0 (0)                    DNG                       DNG

 2     KEONJHAR              104               0(0)                 0 (0)                    DNG
                                                                                                                       DNG
 3    MAYURBHAN              18                DNG                  0 (0)                    DNG                       DNG
          J
 4     RAYAGADA               0                0(0)                 0 (0)                 5431(5431)                    0
                                                                                            (100.0)
 5      BOLANGIR              0                0 (0)                0 (0)                  962 (962)                    0
                                                                                            (100.0)
 6      BARGARH               0                0 (0)                0 (0)                 5485 (5485)
                                                                                                                        0
                                                                                            (100.0)
 7     SAMBALPUR              0                0 (0)                0 (0)                    DNG                        0


N.B. :- (1) DNG = Data not given by DPO / PMIASE.
      (2)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
      any mistake in them.




                                                                   53
                                      Table 3.7 (f)
       Availability of Infrastructure and Mid-Day Meal (MDM) in EGS Centres
          on the Day of Field Visit by MI during April to September 2007
Sl.    Name of        No. of EGS          No. of EGS        No. of EGS      No. of EGS centres        No. of EGS            No. of EGS
No     District     centers visited     Centres visited       Centres        visited & ( No. of    Centres visited &     Centres visited
                    & (No. of them      & (No. of them     visited & (no.    them getting free       ( No. of them        & (No. of them
                     having durry)       having Black         of them         textbooks) (%)        having drinking      having MDM for
                          (%)             Board) (%)          having                               water facility) (%)     children) (%)
                                                             TLMs) (%)
1         2                   3                 4                 5                   6                     7                   8
1     GAJAPATI               0(0)             0(0)              0(0)                0(0)                  0(0)                 0(0)
                             (0.0)            (0.0)             (0.0)               (0.0)                 (0.0)                (0.0)

2     KEONJHAR               0(0)             0(0)              0(0)                0(0)                  0(0)                 0(0)
                             (0.0)            (0.0)             (0.0)               (0.0)                 (0.0)                (0.0)

3     MAYURBHA            30(5)              30(21)            30(16)              30(30)                30(14)               30(28)
         NJ
                         (16.7)              (70.0)            (53.3)              (100.0)                (46.7)              (93.3)

4     RAYAGADA             2(2)                2(2)             2(1)                 2(2)                 2(2)                 2(1)
                         (100.0)             (100.0)           (50.0)              (100.0)
                                                                                                         (100.0)              (50.0)

5     BOLANGIR               9 (9)            9 (9)             9 (9)               9 (9)                 9 (9)               9 (9)
                         (100.0)             (100.0)           (100.0)             (100.0)               (100.0)             (100.0)

6     BARGARH            10 (10)             10 (10)           10 (10)             10 (10)               10 (10)             10 (10)
                         (100.0)             (100.0)           (100.0)             (100.0)               (100.0)             (100.0)

7     SAMBALPU               7 (4)            7 ( 7)            7 ( 4)              7 ( 7)                7( 7)               7 ( 7)
         R
                         (57.1)              (100.0)           (57.1)              (100.0)               (100.0)             (100.0)


N.B.:- (1)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
      any mistake in them.



                                                                  54
                                     Table 3.7 (g)
     Children’s Attendance, Achievement and Rapport with EV as on the Day of
                  Field Visit by MI during April to September 2007.
 Sl.      Name of       No. of EGS        No. of EGS         No. of EGS        No. of EGS          Kind of       Whether          No. of EGS
 No       District        Centres       centers visited     Centres visited      Centres          learning       learning     visited and ( No.
                        visited and      and (Average      and (No. of them    visited and     material used    material is   of them received
                         (Average       percentage of         with >60%       (No. of them      for children   given freely      the learning
                       percentage of          Girls’           learning       where EV has                     to children    material within a
                            total         attendance)     achievement level   good rapport                                     week of starting
                        attendance)                         of children as    with children)                                  of the Centre) (%)
                                                           assessed by MI)         (%)
                                                                  (%)
 1          2                   3             4                    5                6               7               8                 9
 1       GAJAPATI              0(0)          0(0)                0(0)              0(0)         School text        Yes               0(0)
                                                                 (0.0)             (0.0)          books                              (0.0)
 2      KEONJHAR               0(0)          0(0)               0(0)               0(0)         School text        Yes               0(0)
                                                                 (0.0)             (0.0)          books                              (0.0)
 3      MAYURBHA              30(72)        30(70)              30(2)            30(30)         School text        Yes              30(6)
           NJ                                                   (6.7)            (100.0)          books                             (20.0)
 4      RAYAGADA              2(90.4)       2(94)               2(1)               2(2)         School text        Yes               2(1)
                                                               (50.0)            (100.0)          books                             (50.0)
 5      BOLANGIR              9 (75)        9 ( 70)            9 ( 4)             9 ( 9)        School text        Yes              9 (0)
                                                               (44.4)            (100.0)          books                             (0.0)
 6       BARGARH          10 ( 70)          10 (50)            10 (2)            10 ( 10)       School text        Yes              10 (0)
                                                               (20.0)            (100.0)          books                             (0.0)
 7     SAMBALPUR              7 ( 65)       7 ( 80)            7 ( 4)             7 ( 7)        School text        Yes              7 (0)
                                                               (57.1)            (100.0)          books                             (0.0)

N.B.:- (1)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
       any mistake in them.




                                                                   55
                                Table 3.8 (a)
Progress in Enrollment and Attendance of Children with Special Needs (CWSN)
    and Supply of Aids and Appliances to them in 2007-08 (as on 30-9-07)
 Sl.        Name of          No. of CWSN          No. of enrolled   Any difficultly faced        No. of CWSN           No. of enrolled CWSN
 No         District      identified & (No. of   CWSN given aids     by DPO in getting      crosschecked & (No. of    crosschecked & (No. of
                          them enrolled) (%)      and appliances      the appliances        them actually received   them actually present on
                                                        (%)                                  aids and appliances)    the day of visit by MI) (%)
                                                                                                      (%)
 1           2                    3                     4                    5                         6                         7
 1        GAJAPATI            2453(2076)              0(0.0)                DNG                      47(0)                     47(26)
                                 (84.6)                                                              (0.0)                     (55.3)
 2        KEONJHAR            3605(3003)             79(2.4)                DNG                     95(4)                      95(54)
                                 (83.3)                                                              (4.2)                     (56.8)
 3      MAYURBHANJ            8394(6999)            778(11.1)                No                    190(19)                    190(120)
                                 (83.4)                                                             (10.0)                     (63.2)
 4        RAYAGADA            3850(3206)            514(16.0)                No                     90(17)                     90(58)
                                 (83.3)                                                             (18.9)                     (64.4)
 5        BOLANGIR            3648 (3424)           510 (14.9)               No                     30 ( 3)                   30 ( 30)
                                 (93.9)                                                             (10.0)                    (100.0)
 6        BARGARH             5381 ( 4837)           349 (7.2)               No                     56 (4)                    56 (56)
                                 (89.9)                                                              (7.1)                    (100.0)
 7       SAMBALPUR            3265 ( 2636)          476 (18.1)               No                    27 (16)                    27 ( 27)
                                 (80.7)                                                             (59.3)                    (100.0)


N.B.:- (1)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
       any mistake in them.




                                                                    56
                                        Table 3.8 (b)
           Progress in Academic, Structural and Other Support to CWSN in 2007-08
                                       (as on 30.9.07)
Sl.     Name of       No. of        No. of          Any        Task        No. of        Any      Tasks       No. of      No. of     No. of      No. of
N       District    Resource     schools with    guideline   done by       NGOs      guideline   done by      CWSN        CWSN       school    schools
o                   Teachers     CWSN visited    issued by      the      engaged      s issued   NGO for      provid    contacted       s     visited & (
                    identified     & (No. of      DPO for    Resour         with      by DPO      CWSN           ed     & ( No. of   provid      No. of
                    for giving   them having     Resource       ces       CWSN       for NGOs                   with   them given      ed        them
                    academic       Resource      Teachers    Teacher      activity   on CWSN                   home       home        with      having
                     support      Teacher for                s for the                activity                based       based      ramps      ramps)
                    to CWSN         them)                     CWSN                                            suppor     support)                 (&)
                                                                                                                  t
1          2             3              4           5           6           7           8            9          10         11         12          13
1      GAJAPATI          7            19(0)        Yes       Academic       0           No          NIL         0         0 (0)       DNG       40(4)
                                                              support                                                                           (10.0)
                                                             to CWSN
2      KEONJHA          12            44(3)        Yes       Academic       2           No        Help          0         0 (0)       195      140(27)
          R                                                   support                            CWSN to                                        (19.3)
                                                             to CWSN                              learn

3      MAYURBH          27            106(4)       Yes       Academic       1           No        Help          0         0 (0)       780      225(39)
         ANJ                                                  support                            CWSN to                                        (17.3)
                                                             to CWSN                              learn

4      RAYAGAD           7            31(3)        Yes       Academic       0           No          NIL         0         0 (0)        28       85(9)
          A                                                   support                                                                           (10.6)
                                                             to CWSN

5      BOLANGI          15            22 (0)       Yes       Academic       3          Yes       Academic      327        30 (0)      260      108 (21)
          R                                                   support                            support to                                     (19.4)
                                                             to CWSN                              CWSN
6      BARGARH          10            25 (0)       Yes       Academic       3          Yes       Sp.School      0         56 (0)       26       93 (34)
                                                              support                                                                           (36.6)
                                                             to CWSN
7      SAMBALP          10            17 (8)       Yes       Academic       2          Yes       Academic      221       27 (16)      241       85 (43)
         UR                                                   support                            support to                                     (50.6)
                                                             to CWSN                              CWSN

      N.B. :- (1) DNG = Data not given by DPO.
            (2)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
            any mistake in them.



                                                                           57
                                 Table 3.8 (C)
Progress in Capacity Building of District IED Coordinator Monitoring of CWSN
    Activity and Counseling of Parents of CWSN in 2007-08(as on 30.9.07)
Sl.      Name of         Whether       Whether the IED       Whether IED       Whether DPO    No. of times     No. of       No. of CWSN
No       District       the District    Coordinator is     Coordinator has       has given      SPO has      parents of   contacted & ( No.
                        has an IED     given orientation     attended any      CWSN data to     collected     CWSN         of them whose
                        Coordinato     on CWSN activity    capacity building    SPO using a        the         given      parents have been
                             r                             program at State     monitoring      feedback     counselin       counseled)
                                                                 level            format       data using        g
                                                                                              this format
 1           2                3                4                  5                 6               7            8                9
 1      GAJAPATI             Yes              Yes                Yes               Yes             2            764            47(14)

 2      KEONJHAR             Yes              Yes                Yes               Yes             2             0              44(0)

 3    MAYURBHANJ             Yes              Yes                Yes               Yes             3             0             190(0)

 4      RAYAGADA             Yes              Yes                Yes               Yes             2             0              31(0)

 5      BOLANGIR             Yes              Yes                Yes               Yes           DNG           1989            30 (12)

 6      BARGARH              Yes              Yes                Yes               Yes             2             0             56 (0)

 7     SAMBALPUR             Yes              Yes                Yes               Yes             4           DNG             27 ( 16)



N.B. :- (1) DNG = Data not given by PMIASE.
      (2)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
      any mistake in them.




                                                                      58
                                     Table No. 3.9 (a)
 Progress in Civil Works of Model Cluster Schools (MCS) under National Education of Girls at
                    Elementary Level (NPEGEL) in 2007-08 (as on 30.9.07)
Sl.    Name of        No. of MCS                                    Physical Target & Progress (WNS/WP/WC)                                No. of MCS
No     District      targeted for                                                                                                        visited & ( No.
                    functioning &        Addl. Classroom            Drinking Water              Toilet               Electrification         of them
                     (No. of them                                                                                                        shown actual
                       became       Targ       Progress       Target       Progress     Targ      Progress     Target       Progress       progress)
                    functional) %    et       Completed                   Completed      et      Completed                 Completed
                                                  (%)                         (%)                    (%)                       (%)
1         2               3          4             5            6             7          8               9      10              11             12
1      GAJAPATI         0(0)        132        WNS-44          132         WNS-0        132      WNS-44         132          WNS-0            4(1)
                        (0.0)                   WP-67                      WP-0                   WP-67                      WP-0
                                              WC-21(15.9)                 WC-0(0.0)             WC-21(15.9)                 WC-0(0.0)

2     KEONJHAR          0(0)        163        WNS-78          163        WNS-154       163      WNS-154        163         WNS-154           4(4)
                        (0.0)                   WP-76                      WP-0                   WP-0                       WP-0
                                               WC-9(5.5)                  WC-9(5.5)              WC-9(5.5)                  WC-0(0.0)
3     MAYURBHAN        53(53)       222        WNS-90          222        WNS-222       222      WNS-222        222         WNS-222          10(6)
          J            (100.0)                 WP-109                      WP-0                   WP-0                       WP-0
                                              WC-23(10.4)                 WC-0(0.0)              WC-0(0.0)                  WC-0(0.0)

4     RAYAGADA          0 (0)       194        WNS-84           0             0         194      WNS-154        194         WNS-84            2(1)
                        (0.0)                   WP-70                                             WP-0                       WP-110
                                              WC-40(20.6)                                        WC-9(4.6)                  WC-0(0.0)

5     BOLANGIR        214 (170)     188         WP- 96         188         WP- 74       148      WP- 137        188         WP-77            14 (7)
                       (79.4)                   WNS- 74                   WNS- 111               WNS-0                     WNS- 111
                                              (WC- 18 (9.6)               WC- 3 (1.6)           WC- 11(5.8)                WC- 0 (0.0)

6      BARGARH         86 ( 86)      0             0            0             0          0               0       0              0            11(0)
                       (100.0)
7     SAMBALPUR        51 ( 51)     51         WP- 14          51          WP-18         51       WP- 14        51          WP-18            9 ( 9)
                       (100.0)                 WNS-33                      WNS-33                 WNS-33                    WNS-33
                                              WC- 4 (7.8)                 WC-0 (0.0)             WC- 4 (7.8)               WC-0 (0.0)



N.B.:- (1)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
      any mistake in them.




                                                                         59
                                   Table No. 3.9 (b)
          Progress in Support Provision to Model Cluster Schools in 2007-08
                                    (as on 30.9.07)
Sl.     Name of      No. of    No. of     No. of        No. of     No. of     No. of MCS      No. of     No. of MCS     No. of MCS    No. of MCS
No      District      MCS       MCS         MCS          MCS        MCS       visited & (      MCS        visited & (      taken       visited & (
                     havin    visited &    havin      visited &    having        No. of      whose       No. of them     additional   No. of them
                        g      (No of        g         (No. of     bridge         them      teachers        having       efforts to      taken
                     gende      them      vocati         them       cours       having      have got       teachers       mobilize     additional
                        r      having       onal        giving        e          bridge      gender      undergone      community      efforts to
                     sensit    gender     trainin    vocationa     teachi       course      sensitizin      gender          and         mobilize
                       ive    sensitive      g       l training)     ng        teaching     g training   sensitizing      women       community
                      TLM       TLM)       facilit                 facility     facility)                  training)      groups       & women
                                             y                                                                                          groups)
1          2            3         4          5           6            7           8             9             10            11             12
1      GAJAPATI         0        4(0)        0          4(0)          0          4(0)           0            4(0)           0             4(0)

2     KEONJHAR          0        4(0)        0          4(0)          0          4(0)           0            4(0)           0             4(0)

3     MAYURBHAN        293      10(1)       68         10(3)          0          10(0)         14           10(3)           0            10(2)
          J
4     RAYAGADA          0        2(0)        0          2(0)          0          2(0)           0            2(0)           0             2(0)

5     BOLANGIR         80       14 (6)       0         14(0)          0         14 (0)          0           14 (0)         130           14 (7)

6      BARGARH          0       11 (0)      86         11(0)          0         11 (0)          0           11 (0)          69           11 (0)

7     SAMBALPUR        51        9(9)       51          9 (4)         0          9 (0)         23           9 ( 4)          51           9 (7)




N.B.:- (1)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
      any mistake in them.




                                                                       60
                                Table No. 3.9 (c)
     Progress in Funding and Monitoring of NPEGEL in 2007-08 (as on 30.9.07)
Sl     Name of      Whether a        Amount of funds          No. of times the     No. of ECCE       Whether SPO has      No. of times the
 .     District      District      released from SPO &          progress of      Centre operating     prescribed any        ECCE data
N                    Gender           (Date of release)      NPEGEL data have     under NPEGEL       format to monitor       have been
o                   Coordinato                               been given to SPO                       progress of ECCE      given by DPO
                      r is in                                                                             activity         to SPO using
                     position                                                                                                the format
1         2              3                     4                      5                 6                    7                   8
1     GAJAPATI          Yes        14.31lakhs (13.06.07)              1                111                  No                   0
                                     86 lakhs (19.9.07)

2     KEONJHAR          No              Not received                  4                186                  Yes                  1

3    MAYURBHAN          Yes        89.13 lakhs(18.06.07)              2                448                  Yes                  2
         J

4     RAYAGADA          Yes          35 lakhs (14.6.07)               6                330                  Yes                  5
                                      47 lakhs(19.9.07)

5     BOLANGIR          Yes                   DNG                  DNG                  0                   No                   0

6     BARGARH           Yes        Rs.25 Lakhs dt.13.6.07             6                 91                  Yes                  7

7    SAMBALPUR          Yes      Rs.43.95 Lakhs dt.13.6.07            2                 71                  Yes                  1


N.B. :- (1) DNG = Data not given by PMIASE.
      (2)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
       any mistake in them.




                                                                 61
                                  Table No. 3.10 (a)
        Progress in Operation of in Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya (KGBV)
                             in 2007-08 (as on 30.9.07)

Sl.     Name of      No. of KGBV       No. of      Whether    No. of KGBV      No. of         No. of       No. of      No. of KGBV       No. of
No      District      sanctioned    KGBV for       SPO has       whose       teachers         KGBV         other      visited & ( No.   student
                       & ( No. of   whom land     developed   construction   sanctione      visited &       staff     of them have         s
                      them made      has been         a        formalities    d for all      (No. of     sanction       other staff     admitte
                     operational)    identified   guideline        are       KGBVs &       them have     ed for all    fully posted       d in
                                        for          for       completed      (No. of       teachers      KGBVs         against all      KGBV
                                      building     running                     them       fully posted   & (No.        sanctioned
                                    constructi      KGBV                      posted)      against all    of them         posts)
                                        on                                                sanctioned      posted)
                                                                                             posts)

1          2                  3         4            5             6             7             8             9              10            11

1      GAJAPATI          2(2)           2           Yes            2           10(1)          0(0)         8(7)            0(0)          231

2     KEONJHAR           0(0)           0           Yes            0            0(0)          2(0)         0(0)            2(0)          598

3     MAYURBHAN          0(0)           0           Yes            0            0(0)          5(4)         0(0)            5(5)          1618
          J

4     RAYAGADA           0(0)           0            yes           0            0(0)          0(0)         0(0)            0(0)          358
      BOLANGIR
5                       11(11)          11          Yes           11           55 (0)        11 (0)       44 (0)          11 (0)         857
       BARGARH
6                        4 (4)          4           Yes            4           24 (8)        4 (0)        12 (12)          4 (4)         370
      SAMBALPUR
7                        2(2)           2           Yes            2           12 (8)        2 (0)         6 (6)           2 (2)         155


N.B.:- (1)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
       any mistake in them.




                                                                  62
                                  Table No. 3.10 (b)
       Progress in Provision of Facilities in KGBVs in 2007-08 (as on 30.9.07)
Sl.      Name of       No. of     No. of KGBV      No. of      No. of KGBV       No. of     No. of KGBV      No. of KGBV        No. of
No       District      KGBV      visited & (No.    KGBV       visited & ( No.    KGBV      visited & ( No.      buying          KGBV
                       having    of them found     having     of them having    having     of them have      consumables      visited & (
                       meals     to give meals    bedding       bedding for     furnitur     furniture)       for children   No. of them
                         for      to children)       for          children)        e                                            buying
                      children                    children                                                                   consumable
                                                                                                                                 s for
                                                                                                                               children)
 1          2             3            4              5                6           7             8                9                10
 1      GAJAPATI          4           0(0)            4             0(0)           0            0(0)              4              0(0)

 2     KEONJHAR           7           2(2)            7             2(2)           0            2(2)              7              2(2)

 3    MAYURBHAN          17           5(5)           17             5(5)           0            5(5)              17             5(5)
          J

 4     RAYAGADA           4           0(0)            4             0(0)           0            0(0)              4              0(0)

 5      BOLANGIR         11          11 (11)         11           11 (11)          0           11 (0)             11           11 (11)

 6      BARGARH           4           4 (4)           4            4 (4)           0            4(0)              4             4 (4)

 7     SAMBALPUR          2           2 (2)           2            2 (2)           0            2(0)              2             2 (2)



N.B.:- (1)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
      any mistake in them.




                                                                  63
                                  Table No. 3.11 (a)
      Progress in Operation of District Information System for Education (DISE)
                                            in 2007-08 (as on 30.9.07)
Sl.       Name of       Whether         Whether       Had SPO     Was there     Whether     No. of schools        Whether        No. of schools
No        District     EMIS set up     requisite       given a       any           data     visited & (No.   teachers were       visited & (No.
                        exists in    computers &        time      deviation      capture       of them          trained on       of them where
                          DPO          Computer       schedule     of time       formats    received data       DISE data        teachers have
                                     Operators are    on DISE     schedule     were given      capture        filling (If yes,    been trained
                                     in position in    activity    (If yes,    to schools    formats by        when & for         on DISE data
                                         DPO                       Why?)       by August,    August, 07         how many           filling) (%)
                                                                                    07            (%)               days)
 1          2                  3          4              5             6            7              8                  9               10
 1       GAJAPATI             Yes         No            Yes            No           No           40(0)               No              40(0)
                                                                                                 (0.0)                               (0.0)

 2      KEONJHAR              Yes         Yes           Yes            DNG         No           140(0)             No                140(0)
                                                                                                 (0.0)                                (0.0)

 3     MAYURBHAN              Yes         Yes           Yes            DNG         No           225(0)             No                225(0)
           J                                                                                     (0.0)                                (0.0)

 4      RAYAGADA              Yes         No             No            No          No            85(0)             No                85(0)
                                                                                                 (0.0)                               (0.0)

 5      BOLANGIR              Yes         Yes           Yes            No          No           108 (0)            No               108 (0)
                                                                                                 (0.0)                               (0.0)

 6      BARGARH               Yes         Yes           Yes            No          No           93 (0)       Yes (One day)          93 (70)
                                                                                                 (0.0)                               (75.3)

 7     SAMBALPUR              Yes         Yes           Yes            No          No           85 (0)       Yes (One day)          85 (85)
                                                                                                 (0.0)                              (100.0)



N.B.:- (1)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
       any mistake in them.




                                                                  64
                                    Table No. 3.11 (b)
           Progress in Verification and Compilation of DISE Data in 2007-08
                                     (as on 30.9.07)

Sl.       Name of        Whether BRCC & CRCC had been             Whether BRCC & CRCC had            Whether the DISE data were
No        District      given task of verifying DISE formats       been trained on DISE data         sent by DPO to SPO by 30th
                                   of 5% schools                   verification (if yes, when)               Sept. 2007
 1            2                            3                                      4                                5

 1       GAJAPATI                         No                                      No                              No


 2      KEONJHAR                          No                                      No                              No


 3     MAYURBHAN                          No                                      No                              No

              J

 4      RAYAGADA                          No                                      No                              No


 5      BOLANGIR                          No                                      No                              No

 6       BARGARH                          Yes
                                                                                       rd
                                                                       Yes (29 Oct. - 3 Nov, 07)                  No

 7     SAMBALPUR                          Yes                                    Yes                              No



N.B.:- (1)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
      any mistake in them.




                                                                  65
                                  Table No. 3.12
      Progress in Research Activities Relating to SSA Programme in 2007-08
                                  (as on 30.9.07)
Sl.       Name of            No. of research          No. of research studies           No. of research         No. of research
No         District      studies targeted to be      sanctioned with grants in        studies sanctioned      studies (sanctioned
                         undertaken in 2007-08                 2007-08                with grants in 2006-        in 2006-07)
                                                                                               07                  completed
 1            2                     3                             4                            5                        6

 1       GAJAPATI                 DNG                             0                            6                        4


 2      KEONJHAR                   10                             0                            6                        5


 3     MAYURBHANJ                   7                             0                            6                        4


 4      RAYAGADA                   38                             0                            0                        0


 5       BOLANGIR                   6                             6                            0                        0


 6       BARGARH                   36                             36                           6                        6


 7      SAMBALPUR                   4                             0                            1                        1



N.B.:- (1)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
      any mistake in them.




                                                                  66
                                Table No. 3.13 (a)
      Progress in Formation and Composition of Village Education Committee
                            in 2007-08 (as on 30.9.07)
          Name of          No. of      No. of VECs     No. of VECs        No. of VECs verified &    No. of women   No. of VECs verified & (
Sl.       District        schools          (%)          given VEC          (No. of them found to    members in a    No. of them having at
No                       (Pr. + UP)                     guidelines       have VEC guidelines) (%)    VEC as per    least the prescribed no.
                                                           (%)                                       guidelines      of women members )
                                                                                                                              (%)
  1         2                 3              4              5                       6                    7                     8
  1      GAJAPATI            1129           DNG            DNG                    40(8)                  3                  40(37)
                                                                                  (20.0)                                     (92.5)


  2     KEONJHAR             2309           DNG            DNG                   140(26)                 3                140(136)
                                                                                  (18.6)                                   (97.1)

  3    MAYURBHANJ            3397           3368           DNG                   225(53)                 3                223(208)
                                           (99.2)                                 (23.6)                                   (92.4)


  4     RAYAGADA             1670           1670           DNG                    85(20)                 3                 85(73)
                                           (100.0)                                (23.5)                                   (85.9)


  5      BOLANGIR            2172           2145             9                    117(0)                 3                117 (117)
                                           (98.8)          (0.4)                   (0.0)                                   (100.0)


  6      BARGARH             2021           1709           1709                 103 ( 98)                3                 103 (96)
                                           (84.6)         (100.0)                (95.1)                                     (93.2)


  7    SAMBALPUR             1830           1650           1650                   92(0)                  3                 92 (92)
                                           (90.2)         (100.0)                 (0.0)                                    (100.0)


N.B. :- (1) DNG = Data not given by DPO.
      (2)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
      any mistake in them.


                                                                    67
                                      Table No. 3.13 (b)
                  Progress in Functioning of VECs in 2007-08 (as on 30.9.07)
Sl.    Name of     No. of   Frequency of     No. of VECs verified & (       Total     No. of VECs         No. of VECs       No. of VECs verified &
No     District    VECs     VEC meeting      No. of them followed the     members      verified & (     verified & ( the      (no. of them whose
                            as prescribed    prescribed frequency of      in a VEC     No. of them      average no. of          women & SC/ST
                               in VEC          conducting meeting          as per      having the     members attended        members attended
                             guidelines      during 1.4.07 to 30.9.07)    guideline    prescribed       VEC meetings             VEC meetings
                                                       (%)                    s          no. of        regularly during     regularly during 1.4.07
                                                                                      members) (%)     1.4.07 to 30.9.07)        to 30.9.07) (%)
1        2          3             4                     5                     6              7                  8                       9
1     GAJAPATI     DNG         Once in a              40(1)                   9          40(32)               40(5)                  40(25)
                                month                 (2.5)                              (80.0)                                       (62.5)
2     KEONJHA      DNG         Once in a              140(7)                  9         140(127)            140(6)                 140(120)
         R                      month                  (5.0)                             (90.7)                                     (85.7)
3     MAYURBH      3368        Once in a              223(7)                  9         223(213)            223(6)                 223(182)
        ANJ                     month                  (3.1)                             (95.5)                                     (81.6)

4     RAYAGAD      1670        Once in a              85(17)                  9          85(80)              85(6)                  85(76)
         A                      month                 (20.0)                             (94.1)                                     (89.4)

5     BOLANGI      2145        Once in a             117 (89)                 9         117(117)            117 (6)                117 (47)
         R                      month                 (76.1)                             (100.0)                                    (40.2)

6     BARGARH      1709        Once in a            103 (100)                 9         103 (95)            103 (6)                103 (86)
                                month                (97.1)                              (92.2)                                     (83.5)

7     SAMBALP      1650        Once in a              92 (89)                 9          92 (92)            92 (5)                  92 (70)
        UR                      month                 (96.7)                             (100.0)                                     (76.1)



  N.B. :- (1) DNG = Data not given by DPO.
        (2)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
        any mistake in them.




                                                                         68
                               Table No. 3.13 (c)
 Progress in Capacity Building and Contributions of VEC members in 2007-08
                                (as on 30.9.07)
Sl.    Name of       Total     No. of   Dates of     Who        No. of          No. of     No. of VECs      No. of          No. of         No. of
No     District     no. of      VEC        VEC      condu        VECs           VECs         verified &     VECs            VECs           VECs
                     VEC      membe      training    cted     verified & (    verified &   (No. of them   verified & (   verified & (   verified & (
                    membe        rs     conducte     VEC          the          (No. of       improved       No. of          No. of         No. of
                      rs      obtaine        d      trainin   average %       them felt     the school       them           them           them
                              d VEC                    g        of VEC           VEC       environment    contribute      helped in      helped in
                              trainin                          members       training as       ) (%)          d to         raising        raising
                               g (%)                           trained)      useful) (%)                  enrolment       students’      teachers’
                                                                                                               of        attendance     attendance
                                                                                                           children)         ) (%)          ) (%)
                                                                                                              (%)
 1       2             3          4         5         6                          7              8               9            10             11
 1    GAJAPATI        DNG         0         -         -         40 (0)         40(0)          40(12)        40(18)         40(12)          40(2)
                                (0.0)                           (0.0)          (0.0)          (30.0)        (45.0)         (30.0)          (5.0)

 2    KEONJHAR        DNG      DNG          -          -        140 (0)        140(0)        140(39)        140(65)        140(57)        140(5)
                                                                 (0.0)          (0.0)         (27.9)         (46.4)         (40.7)         (3.6)

 3    MAYURBHA        DNG         0         -          -        223 (0)        223(0)        223(52)        223(80)        223(71)        223(15)
         NJ                     (0.0)                            (0.0)          (0.0)         (23.3)         (35.9)         (31.8)         (6.7)

 4    RAYAGADA        DNG         0         -          -        85 (0)         85(0)          85(18)        85(13)         85(24)          85(7)
                                (0.0)                           (0.0)          (0.0)          (21.2)        (15.3)         (28.2)          (8.2)

 5    BOLANGIR       19305     DNG        DNG       DNG        117 (30)       117 (33)       117 (32)      117 (41)       117 (41)       117 (88)
                                                                               (28.2)          (27.4)        (35.0)         (35.0)        (75.2)
 6    BARGARH         DNG         0         -          -        103 (0)        103 (0)       103 (48)      103 (36)       103 (36)       103 (36)
                                (0.0)                                           (0.0)          (46.6)        (35.0)         (35.0)        (35.0)
 7    SAMBALPU        DNG         0         -          -        92 (0)         92 (0)         92 (62)       92 (57)        92 (57)        92 (0)
         R                      (0.0)                                           (0.0)          (67.4)        (62.0)         (62.0)         (0.0)

N.B. :- (1) DNG = Data not given by DPO / PMIASE.
       (2)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
        any mistake in them.



                                                                    69
                                     Table No. 3.14 (a)
            Progress in Staffing at District Project Offices (DPOs) in 2007-08
                                      (as on 30.9.07)

 Sl.      Name of       Total No. of    No. of staff                     Post vacant and steps taken to fill up the vacancy
 No       District            staff     in position
                         sanctioned
 1           2                 3             4                                                   5

 1       GAJAPATI              28           27         Pedagogy Co-ordinator ,
                                                       Reported to SPO to fill up vacant post

 2      KEONJHAR               42           35         Accountant, Gender Co-ordinator, Programmer, 2-TC & also 2-DEO
                                                       No action taken

 3     MAYURBHAN               56           54         Accountant, Jr stenographer
             J                                         No action taken

 4      RAYAGADA               34           32         Cashier , Data Entry Operator
                                                       No action taken

 5      BOLANGIR               53           49         TC-1, FC-1, BRT-2, State Office has been moved

 6       BARGARH               46           41         DNG

 7     SAMBALPUR               42           30         Prog.-1 , Steno-1, DEO-1, DI-2, BRT-6, Peon-1 State Office has been moved



N.B.:- (1)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
       any mistake in them.




                                                                    70
                              Table No. 3.14 (b)
 Progress in Recruitment of Block Resource Centre Coordinators (BRCCs) and
  Cluster Resource Centre Coordinators (CRCCs) in 2007-08 (as on 30.9.07)
Sl.       Name of        No. of    No. of BRCCs         No. of       No. of CRCCs          Steps taken to fill up the vacant BRCC /
No        District       Block     sanctioned & (      Clusters    sanctioned & (No.                    CRCC posts
                                   no. of them in                     of them in
                                    position) (%)                    position) (%)
 1            2              3             4               5                6                                   7

 1       GAJAPATI            7           7(6)             119            119(99)                              Yes
                                         (85.7)                           (83.2)

 2      KEONJHAR             13         13(13)            221            221(198)                             Yes
                                        (100.0)                           (89.6)

 3     MAYURBHAN             26         26(26)            442            384(351)                             Yes
           J                            (100.0)                           (91.4)

 4      RAYAGADA             11         11(11)            153            153(132)                             Yes
                                        (100.0)                           (86.3)

 5      BOLANGIR             14         14 (14)           238            238 (213)                       Under Process
                                        (100.0)                           (89.5)

 6       BARGARH             12         12(11)            194            194 (162)                       Under Process
                                         (91.7)                           (83.5)

 7     SAMBALPUR             09          9 (9)            149            149 (126)                       Under Process
                                        (100.0)                           (84.6)


N.B.:- (1)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
      any mistake in them.




                                                                  71
                                        Table No. 3.15 (a)
                 Kind of Mid-Day Meal (MDM) Given to Children in Schools Visited
                                  by Monitoring Institution (MI)
Sl.      Name of      No.     No. of     No. of   Food items      No. of          No. of   No. of      No. of        No. of         No. of       Average
N        District      of     school    schools     served       schools         schools   school     schools       schools        schools      percentag
o                    scho     s daily    giving                   where           where       s        where         where      giving micro       e of
                      ols     servin     same                      green          fruits   where    children are    children    nutrients and    children
                     visite    g hot      food                   vegetabl          are      eggs    happy with     are happy     de worming       taking
                       d      cooke      every                    es are         served      are     quality of       with      medicine to        MDM
                              d meal    day (%)                  added in          (%)     served    meal (%)       quantity      children
                                (%)                              the meal                    (%)                    of meal (
                                                                    (%)                                                %)
1          2          3          4          5           6            7              8        9           10            11            12            13
1       GAJAPATI      40        38         34     Rice, dalma,       32             0        15          29            32             0           60.4
                              (95.0)     (89.8)    charu pani      (80.0)                  (37.5)      (72.5)        (80.0)

2       KEONJHA       140      123        123     Rice , dalma      91              0       119          85           102            0            68.5
           R                  (87.9)    (100.0)                   (74.0)                   (96.5)      (69.1)        (82.9)

3       MAYURBH       225      210        203     Rice , dalma     188              24      186         162           191            0            65.0
          ANJ                 (93.3)     (96.7)                   (89.4)          (10.7)   (88.6)      (77.1)        (90.9)

4       RAYAGAD       85        77         72     Rice , dalma      73              2        73          54            67            0            67.0
           A                  (90.6)     (93.5)    , khechudi     (94.8)          (2.3)    (94.8)      (70.1)        (87.0)

5       BOLANGI       117      111        111      Rice, dal        83              0       108         110           109            0            90.0
           R                  (94.9)    (100.0)                   (74.8)                   (97.3)      (99.1)        (98.2)

6       BARGARH       103      100        100      Rice, dal        24              0        76          99            99            0            90.0
                              (97.1)    (100.0)                   (24.0)                   (76.0)      (99.0)        (99.0)

7       SAMBALP       92        84        84       Rice, dal        11              4        38         84            84             0            78.0
          UR                  (91.3)    (100.0)                   (13.1)          (4.3)    (45.2)     (100.0)       (100.0)


      N.B.:- (1)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
            any mistake in them.



                                                                            72
                                Table No. 3.15 (b)
      Kind of Cook Engaged for Cooking MDM in Schools Visited by Monitoring
                                 Institution (MI)
Sl.       Name of        No. of      No. of       No. of         No. of         No. of           Monthly         Monthly          No. of
No        District      schools     schools      schools        schools        Schools        remuneration     remuneratio       schools
                        Visited      where     where Cook     where Cook     where Cook       given to Cook     n given to     where Cook
                                   cook was        was            was        was a woman                          Helper        & Helper
                                   appointed   appointed by   appointed by                                                      were paid
                                    by VEC        NGO           Self Help                                                     remuneration
                                                                 Group                                                          regularly
 1           2               3        4             5               6              7                8               9              10

 1       GAJAPATI            40       30            0               8              38             200/-           100/-             0

 2      KEONJHAR             140      75            1              47             123             200/-           100/-             0

 3     MAYURBHANJ            225     115            0              95             210             200/-           100/-            38

 4      RAYAGADA             85       14            3              60              77             200/-           100/-             0

 5      BOLANGIR             117      19           02              96             117             200/-           100/-           117

 6       BARGARH             103      6             0              97              99             200/-           100/-            36

 7     SAMBALPUR             92       39            7              38              84             200/-           100/-            38




N.B.:- (1)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
      any mistake in them.




                                                                  73
                                     Table No. 3.15 (c)
           Kind of Cooking and Storing Environment of MDM in Schools Visited by
                                Monitoring Institution (MI)
Sl.    Name of     No. of     No. of     No. of       No. of        Places of      No. of        No. of       Sources     No. of    No. of schools
No     District    schoo     schools    schools      schools       storage of     schools       schools     from which    school     having good
                     ls       having    having     where food     food grains   where water      having       cooking      using     or very good
                   visite    kitchen    thatche      grains &        & other    is available   adequate       utensils   firewoo         safety,
                     d         with       d or     other food      food items   for cooking     cooking      have been     d for       hygiene,
                              pucca      open       items are          (%)           (%)        utensils     procured    cooking      cleanliness
                            floor and   kitchen   kept safe (%)                                   (%)           (%)         (%)     and students’
                             roof (%)     (%)                                                                                       discipline (%)
1          2          3            4       5            6              7             8             9            10          11           12
1      GAJAPATI      40          1         37           38         School-38         35            26          SSA           37           4
                               (2.6)     (97.4)       (100.0)                      (92.1)        (68.2)                    (97.4)       (10.0)

2     KEONJHAR       140         5         62           123        School-123       111            81          SSA          123           48
                               (4.0)     (50.4)       (100.0)                      (90.2)        (65.8)                    (87.9)       (34.3)

3     MAYURBHA       225        12         39           210       School-137        161           160          SSA          210           58
         NJ                    (5.7)     (18.6)       (100.0)       SHG-71         (76.7)        (76.2)                    (93.3)       (25.8)
                                                                  H.M house-2

4     RAYAGADA       85          6         21           77         School-43         59            44          SSA           77           10
                               (7.8)     (27.3)       (100.0)       SHG-32         (76.6)        (57.1)                    (90.6)       (11.8)
                                                                    NGO-02

5     BOLANGIR       117        22         16           117        School- 19       115           117          SSA          117          116
                              (18.8)     (13.7)       (100.0)       SHG- 96        (98.3)       (100.0)                   (100.0)       (99.1)
                                                                    NGO- 2
6      BARGARH       103         6          8           56         School- 6        101           103          SSA           99          102
                               (5.8)      (7.8)       (54.4)        SHG- 97        (98.1)       (100.0)                    (96.1)       (99.0)
                                                                    NGO- 0
7     SAMBALPU       92         32         51           84         School- 39        84            84          SSA           84           83
         R                    (34.8)     (55.4)       (91.3)        SHG- 38        (91.3)        (91.3)                    (91.3)       (90.2)
                                                                    NGO- 7


      N.B.:- (1)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
            any mistake in them.




                                                                        74
                                    Table No. 3.15 (d)
      Nature of Eating Habits of Children While Taking MDM in Schools Visited by
                                           MI
Sl.      Name of          No. of     No. of schools where     No. of schools where      No. of schools where      No. of schools where there
No.      District        schools     children wash hands      children take and eat      children conserve          was no caste / gender /
                         serving       before and after        MDM in an orderly        water while washing             disability based
                          MDM          taking MDM (%)              manner (%)                dishes (%)           discrimination seen among
                                                                                                                  children while eating MDM
                                                                                                                              (%)
1            2              3                  4                        5                         6                             7
1       GAJAPATI           40                 40                        32                        3                           40
                                            (100.0)                   (80.0)                    (7.5)                       (100.0)
2       KEONJHAR           140                140                      133                        42                          140
                                            (100.0)                   (95.0)                    (30.0)                      (100.0)
3      MAYURBHAN           225                223                      196                        83                          225
           J                                 (99.1)                   (87.1)                    (38.9)                      (100.0)
4      RAYAGADA            85                  77                       50                        30                          85
                                             (90.6)                   (58.8)                    (35.3)                      (100.0)
5       BOLANGIR           117                111                      110                       111                         111
                                             (94.9)                   (94.0)                    (94.9)                      (94.9)
6       BARGARH            103                 99                       99                        99                          99
                                             (96.1)                   (96.1)                    (96.1)                      (96.1)
7      SAMBALPUR           92                 83                        83                        83                          83
                                             90.2)                    (90.2)                    (90.2)                      (90.2)


    N.B.:- (1)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
         any mistake in them.




                                                                      75
                              Table No. 3.15 (e)
 Extent of Community (Parents/VEC/Panchayat/Urban Body) participation in
     and Regular Inspection of MDM Programme in Schools Visited by MI
 Sl.       Name of        No. of      No. of schools     No. of schools where   No. of schools where       No. of        No. of schools
 No        District      schools    where community           community              community            schools          where MDM
                         serving     participation was    participation was      participation was      where MDM       programme was
                          MDM       very good or good    very good / good on    very good / good on     programme           regularly
                                          on daily            cash / kind         any other matter     was regularly      inspected by
                                      supervision of     contribution to MDM      relating to MDM      inspected by     Block level MDM
                                     MDM programme         programme (%)          programme (%)          teachers /        Programme
                                             (%)                                                        parents (%)       authority (%)

 1            2               3              4                     5                      6                  7                 8
 1        GAJAPATI            38             0                     0                      0                 38                  0
                                           (0.0)                 (0.0)                  (0.0)             (100.0)             (0.0)

 2       KEONJHAR             123            16                    8                      4                 121                14
                                           (13.0)                (6.5)                  (3.2)              (98.4)            (11.4)

 3      MAYURBHANJ            210            66                    7                     16                 210                 4
                                           (31.4)                (3.3)                  (7.6)             (100.0)             (1.9)

 4       RAYAGADA             77             25                    4                      4                  66                 0
                                           (32.5)                (5.2)                  (5.2)              (85.7)             (0.0)

 5        BOLANGIR            117            31                    5                      31                109                 0
                                           (26.5)                (4.3)                  (26.5)             (93.2)             (0.0)

 6        BARGARH             103            6                     0                      6                  99                 0
                                           (5.8)                 (0.0)                  (5.8)              (96.1)             (0.0)

 7       SAMBALPUR            92             52                    4                      52                 83                 0
                                           (56.5)                (4.3)                  (56.5)             (90.2)             (0.0)


N.B.:- (1)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
       any mistake in them.


                                                                  76
                                Table No. 3.16 (a)
     Progress of School and Classroom Environment in Schools Visited by MI

Sl    Name of      No. of     Average       No. of    No. of      No. of        No. of       No. of        No. of       No. of        No. of
 .    District     schoo    number of      schools    school     schools      schools      schools        schools      schools       schools
N                    ls       days the     having        s        having       having       having         having     that had a    that gives
o                  visite      school       clean     having    playgroun   classrooms     classroo    blackboard,      health      adequate
                     d      functioned    environm     good        d (%)    with proper    ms with         TLM &       camp for        play
                            in 2007-08       ent      buildin                 flooring,     proper         proper      children     materials
                             (1-4-07 to      (%)      gs (%)                    roof &     light (%)       sitting      during          to
                              30-9-07)                                       windows                   arrangement     1.4.07 to     children
                                                                                  (%)                        (%)      30.9.07 (%)      (%)
1       2             3          4            5          6          7              8           9              10          11            12
1    GAJAPATI        40         99            32         22         4            26            31           24            8               4
                                            (80.0)     (55.0)     (10.0)       (56.0)        (77.5)       (60.0)        (20.0)          (10.0)

2    KEONJHAR        140        97           117         71         73           76           117           63             2              2
                                            (83.6)     (50.7)     (52.1)       (54.3)        (83.6)       (45.0)         (1.4)          (1.4)

3    MAYURBHA        225        102          179        127         96          130           150           94            10             16
        NJ                                  (79.6)     (56.4)     (42.7)       (57.8)        (66.7)       (41.8)         (4.4)          (7.1)
4    RAYAGADA        85         102           72         41         9            44            60           60             6              17
                                            (84.7)     (48.2)     (10.6)       (51.8)        (70.6)       (70.6)         (7.0)          (20.0)
5    BOLANGIR        117        101           78         78         37           117          116          117             8              42
                                            (66.7)     (66.7)     (31.6)       (100.0)       (99.1)      (100.0)         (6.8)          (35.9)
6    BARGARH         103        101           92         65         92            90           90          103             6              34
                                            (89.3)     (63.1)     (89.3)        (87.3)       (87.3)      (100.0)         (5.8)          (33.0)
7    SAMBALPU        92         101           75         78         39            74           74           68             0              70
        R                                   (81.5)     (84.8)     (42.4)        (80.4)       (80.4)       (73.9)         (0.0)          (76.1)


N.B.:- (1)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
     any mistake in them.




                                                                  77
                                    Table No. 3.16 (b)
                 Extent of Attendance of Children in Schools Visited by MI
    Sl.      Name of         No. of     Average      Average       Major reasons for low             Steps taken by School/VEC/MTA etc.
    No       District       schools    percentage   percentage     attendance of children              to promote children’s attendance
                             visited    of boys’      of girls’
                                       attendance   attendance
     1           2             3            4            5                         6                                   7

     1      GAJAPATI          40          62.0         66.0                Child labor                   Meeting the parent of children

     2      KEONJHAR          140         63.0         67.0               Sibling care                   Meeting the parent of children

     3     MAYURBHAN          225         64.0         65.0       Child labor & sibling care             Meeting the parent of children
                 J

     4     RAYAGADA           85          64.0         65.9       Sibling care & child labor             Meeting the parent of children

     5      BOLANGIR          117         80.0         69.0            Poverty,        harvesting,         Community mobilization
                                                                       migration

     6      BARGARH           103         80.0         75.0                Harvesting                                  -

     7     SAMBALPUR          92          73.0         59.0       Festive occasion & grazing                          NIL
                                                                            animals




N.B.:- (1)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
     any mistake in them.




                                                                  78
                                 Table No. 3.16 (c)
        Extent of Learning Achievement of Children in Schools Visited by MI
Sl.       Name of       No. of      Process of        No. of schools     No. of schools         No. of     No. of schools       No. of
No        District     schools      assessing             having        adopted grading       schools      > 60% learning      schools
                        visited      learning           continuous         system to        having < 30%    achievement     having good
                                   achievement         evaluation of    evaluate learning     learning         level as        rapport
                                    of children          learning       achievement (%)     achievement     assessed by       between
                                                     achievement (%)                           level as         MI (%)      teachers and
                                                                                            assessed by                     students (%)
                                                                                                MI (%)
 1           2               3           4                 5                   6                  7              8               9
 1       GAJAPATI            40    Unit test, Half         40                  40                6               7              40
                                  yearly , Annual
                                                         (100.0)             (100.0)           (15.0)          (17.5)         (100.0)
 2      KEONJHAR          140      Unit test, Half        140                 140               36              10              140
                                  yearly , Annual
                                                         (100.0)             (100.0)           (25.7)          (7.1)          (100.0)
 3     MAYURBHANJ         225      Unit test, Half        225                 225               64              44              225
                                  yearly , Annual
                                                         (100.0)             (100.0)           (28.4)          (19.6)         (100.0)
 4      RAYAGADA             85    Unit test, Half         85                  85               35              17              85
                                  yearly , Annual
                                                         (100.0)             (100.0)           (41.2)          (20.0)         (100.0)
 5      BOLANGIR          117      Unit test, Half        117                 117               27              70              117
                                  yearly , Annual
                                                         (100.0)             (100.0)           (23.1)          (59.8)         (100.0)
 6       BARGARH          103      Unit test, Half        103                  66               38              21              102
                                  yearly , Annual
                                                         (100.0)             (64.1)            (36.9)          (20.4)          (99.0)
 7     SAMBALPUR             92    Unit test, Half         92                  92               29              37              90
                                  yearly , Annual
                                                         (100.0)             (100.0)           (31.5)          (40.2)          (97.8)


N.B.:- (1)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
      any mistake in them.


                                                                   79
                                Table No. 3.16 (d)
      Extent of Overage, Underage, Dropout and Detained Children in Schools
                                  Visited by MI
Sl.       Name of         No. of      No. of schools having     No. of schools having      No. of schools       No. of schools having
No        District       schools       overage children &       underage children &        having dropout        detained children & (
                          visited    (percentage of overage         (percentage of            children &        percentage of detained
                                         children to total      underage children to         (number of        children to total children)
                                             children)              total children)       dropout children
                                                                                          to total children)
 1           2               3                  4                         5                        6                       7
 1      GAJAPATI             40                11                         2                      10                        17
                                              (3.8)                     (16.5)                  (5.7)                     (6.6)

 2      KEONJHAR             140               24                         0                      16                        58
                                              (2.7)                     (0.0)                   (4.6)                     (5.9)

 3     MAYURBHAN             225               49                         0                      26                       111
           J
                                              (3.9)                     (0.0)                   (3.5)                     (5.5)

 4      RAYAGADA             85                25                         3                      14                        34
                                              (4.8)                     (16.9)                  (4.9)                     (6.6)

 5      BOLANGIR             117                0                         0                       0                        0
                                              (0.0)                     (0.0)                   (0.0)                     (0.0)

 6      BARGARH              103                0                         0                       0                        0
                                              (0.0)                     (0.0)                   (0.0)                     (0.0)

 7     SAMBALPUR             92                 0                         0                       0                        0
                                              (0.0)                     (0.0)                   (0.0)                     (0.0)


N.B.:- (1)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
      any mistake in them.


                                                                  80
                                 Table No. 3.17(a)
      Functioning of Mother Teacher Association (MTA) in Schools Visited by MI
 l.     Name of     No. of         No. of         No. of      No. of       No. of     Average       No. of   Percept      No. of       No. of      No of MTAs
No      District   schools       schools          MTAs      MTAs not      schools     number        MTA       ion of       MTAs        MTAs       contributed to
                   visited &      having       convened        at all     having         of       membe        MTA      contribut   contributed      improve
                    (no. of    prescribed        regular    convened       MTA       members         rs &    membe         ed to      to MDM        enrolment
                     them         number        monthly         any      guideline   present in    (No. of     rs on     improve       super           and
                    having      (i.e. 10) of    meeting      meeting       s (%)        MTA         them       MTA        school     vision (%)   attendance of
                     MTA)       members          during       during                 meetings     obtaine    training   environm                   children (%)
                      (%)      in MTA (%)       1.4.07 to    1.4.07 to                 during      d MTA                  ent (%)
                                                 30.9.07      30.9.07                 1.4.07 to   training
                                                   (%)          (%)                    30.9.07      ) (%)
 1         2          3             4              5            6           7            8           9         10          11           12             13
 1     GAJAPATI     40(33)          14             0            16           0           3        296(0)        --          0           5               9
                    (82.5)        (42.4)         (0.0)        (48.4)       (0.0)                   (0.0)                  (0.0)       (15.1)          (27.3)
 2     KEONJHA     140(101)         70             0            48           0           4        932(0)        --         16           13              23
          R         (72.1)        (69.3)         (0.0)        (47.5)       (0.0)                   (0.0)                 (15.8)       (12.9)          (22.8)
 3     MAYURBH     225(197)        142             0           103          22           3        1914(0)       --         22           36              53
         ANJ        (87.6)        (63.1)         (0.0)        (52.3)       (9.8)                   (0.0)                 (11.2)       (18.3)          (26.9)
 4     RAYAGAD      85(72)          53             0            46           7           3        695(0)        --          4            7              14
          A         (84.7)        (73.6)         (0.0)        (63.9)       (8.2)                   (0.0)                  (5.5)        (9.7)          (19.4)
 5     BOLANGIR    177(117)        117            102           0            0           5         DNG          --         19           15              40
                    (100.0)      (100.0)         (87.2)       (0.0)        (0.0)                                         (16.2)       (12.8)          (34.2)
 6     BARGARH     103(103)         95             56           0            0           5         DNG          --          6            6              6
                    (100.0)       (92.2)         (53.4)       (0.0)        (0.0)                                          (5.8)        (5.8)          (5.8)
 7     SAMBALP      92(92)         92              21           0            0           4         DNG          --          4           19              14
         UR         (100.0)      (100.0)         (22.8)       (0.0)        (0.0)                                          (4.3)       (20.6)          (15.2)


N.B. :- (1) DNG = Data not given by PMIASE.
       (2)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
       any mistake in them.



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                                                       Table No. 3.18
                                           Other SSA Activities at Schools Visited by MI
Sl.      Name of     No. of      No. of          No. of       No. of schools      No of       No of         No. of         No. of      No. of
No       District    school     schools         schools           having        schools     schools        schools        schools     schools
                        s       where all        having         Computer         visited     having     having toilets     having     having a
                     visited    girls had        school           Aided          (No of       water        used &           child    garden (%)
                               got school     Information      Education &      schools    provision       cleaned        friendly
                                dress till   Board with all    (No. of them     having      to toilet     toilet) (%)    structure
                               30-9-07 (%)   required data      where it is       toilet       (%)                           (%)
                                                  (%)         functional) (%)
1           2           3           4              5                 6             7           8              9             10          11
1       GAJAPATI        40          0              5               5(5)          40(30)      30(20)          27             28           16
                                  (0.0)          (12.5)           (100.0)        (75.0)      (66.7)         (67.5)         (70.0)      (40.0)

2       KEONJHAR       140          0             25               9(9)         140(66)      66(35)          65             60           67
                                  (0.0)          (17.9)           (100.0)        (47.1)      (53.3)         (46.4)         (42.9)      (47.9)

3      MAYURBHAN       225         63             52              23(23)        225(123)    123(44)          93             101          63
           J
                                  (28.0)         (23.1)           (100.0)        (54.7)      (35.8)         (41.3)         (44.9)      (28.0)

4      RAYAGADA         85         73             27               7(7)          85(31)      31(18)          23             26           15
                                  (85.9)         (31.8)           (100.0)        (36.5)      (58.6)         (27.1)         (30.6)      (17.7)

5       BOLANGIR       117         114            103             15 (15)         117         20             52             88          DNG
                                  (97.4)         (88.0)           (100.0)        DNG         (17.1)         (44.4)         (75.2)

6       BARGARH        103         103            96               5 (5)          103         58             54             36          DNG
                                 (100.0)         (93.2)           (100.0)        DNG         (56.3)         (52.4)         (34.9)

7      SAMBALPUR        92         85             26              20 (17)         92          21             59             24          DNG
                                  (92.4)         (28.3)           (85.0)         DNG         (22.8)         (64.1)         (26.1)


    N.B. :- (1) DNG = Data not given by PMIASE.
            (2)- Data for Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts have been provided by PMIASE. Hence, NCDS is not to be accountable for
            any mistake in them.




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                          ANNEXURE-3.1
   List of some schools Deviating the utilization of school Improvement
                             grant in 2007-08

SL District name Block name             School name             Deviation
NO
 1 RAYAGADA 1. Gunupur               1. Matia Sahi P.S.   1. Repairment of class
                                                          room doors and windows

                       2. Rayagada   2. Utkalmani Nagar 2. Repairing the school
                                     P.S.               roof

Source: Fieldwork, 2007.




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                                ANNEXURE-3.2
                       List of habitually absent teachers
     SL NO        Name of      Name of school    Name of     Name of
                   teacher                        block      district
`       1        Punnyatoyo     S.K.C primary    Baripada   Mayur bhanj
                     Das            school
        2        Joshnarani    Nuapada project   Sulipada   Mayur bhanj
                     Naik            ups
        3        J. khandala     Singanpur ps    Rayagada    Rayagada
                                                  block
    Source: Fieldwork, 2007.




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                             ANNEXURE-3.4
List of schools not having VEC or not having VEC members as per VEC
                     Guidelines (i.e-9) (as on-30.09.07)
SL     Name of    Name of block             Name of school           Name of
NO     district                                                       VEC
                                                                     members
1    KEONJHAR       Anandpur       1.Banika PS                          8
                                   2.Hati Bandua PS                     8
                                   3.Bodabil PS                         8
                                   4.Salabani UPS                       8
                    Ghasipura      5. Chaumuhin PS                      8
                  Keonjhar Sadar   6.Katha Karanjia PS                 10
                                   7.Ramchandrapur PS                   8
                                   8. Baradapal U.G.U.P                 8

                  Keonjhar MPL     9. Samantaraypur P.S                 10
                      Patna        10. Syamsundarpur P.S                8
                                   11. Dadhibaman P.S                   8
2    RAYAGADA       Rayagada       12. Burusubadi P.S                    8
                                   13. Bhulusurda P.S                    8
                                   14. Rupapadar P.S                    10
                                   15. Kothapeta Nodal U.P.S            11
                                   16. S.B. Pentho Govt U.P.S           10
3     GAJAPATI    Paralakhamundi   1. Apanna Parichha UPS               10
                       MPL         2. Dr. Satya Narayan Rajaguru         7
                                   UPS
                                   3. Street PS                           8
                                   4.Utkalamani Gopabhandu PS             7
                     Ryagada       5. Kithapadar PS                      10
                                   6. Champaput UPS                      10
                                   7.Krushna Pur PS                       8
4    MAYURBHAN       Baripada      8. Budhikhamari UGUPS                 10
         J                         9. Gabardhan Sole PS                  10
                                   10. Damodar Pur PS                     8
                      MPL          11. Kalikapur PS                       7
                                   12. Block Colony UGUPS                 8
                     Barasahi      13. Patapur PS                        10
                     Khunta        14. Simagadia PS                  Not formed
                     Kuliana       15. Balimunduli PUPS                  10
                                   16. Dahi Sahi PS                  Not formed
                                   17. Asanjoda Girl’s High School       10
                    Rairangpur     18. Goru Mahisani UPS                  7
                   Shamakhunta     19. Ambaduvi PS                      10
                                   20. Karan Ghutu PS                    7



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                                         ANNEXURE-3.5
 Major reasons for non-distribution of MDM to children of some Districts
             (Keonjhar, Gajapati, Rayagada, Mayurbhanj)
Sl    Major       Name of the schools     District and blocks       Duration since       What happened to
No   Reasons       not given MDM                                   1.4.07(Including       the unutilized
                                                                school holidays) when         stocks
                                                                 MDM was not given
                                                                      to children
                                         Keonjhar Dist
1    Shortage
      of rice    1. Anandapur p.s.       Anandpur               04/10/07-12/10/07 (09)   Dal kept in school
                 2. Nayagarh p.s.        Anandpur               18/06/07-12/10/07        Dal kept in school
                                                                (115)

2                                        Keonjhar Dist
     Shortage    1. Raghunath pur p.s.   Harichandan pur        06/10/07-11/10/07(06)    Rice kept in school
      of dal     2.Jhadeswar Nodal       Ghasipure              19/09/07-10/10/07(21)    Rice kept in school
                 U.P.S                   Ghasipure              21/08/07-12/10/07(22)    Rice kept in school
                 3.Sainkul Govt
                 Ashrana school

                                         Gajapati Dist
                 5. Relief colony p.s.   Kasi nagar             12/10/07-15/10/07(04)    Rice distributed
                                                                                         among the children

                                         Rayagada dist
                 6.Old Gunupur           Gunupur NAC            13/10/07-13/11/07(31)    Rice kept in school
                 primary Sevashrama
                                         Keonjhar dist
3    No reason    1. Kempasada Nodal     Keunjhar Sadar         04/10/07-05/10/07(02)    Rice and dal were
     Mentioned          U.P.S.                                                           kept in the school
                                                                                         stock
                                         Mayurbhanj Dist
                 2. Rajabasa P.S.        Baripada               01/12/07-06/12/07(06)    No record found in
                                                                                         the school (record
                                                                                         in SHG hand)



Source: Fieldwork, 2007.




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                           ANNEXURE- 3.6
           Major reason for Non distribution of eggs in schools
 SL      Major      Name of the schools    District and blocks     Duration(Including
 NO      reason                                                     school holidays)
                                             Mayurbhanj
                   1. Jamsuli P.S          Gopabhandu nagar      26/10/07-15/11/07(20)
                   2.Ambasikida Govt.        Shamakhunta         26/10/07-05/11/07(10)
  1    Not given   UGUP school
       to school   3.Rangibhol                  Shamakhunta      26/10/07-05/11/07(10)
                   U.P(U.G)school
                   4. Aurobinda P.S.             Rairang pur     13/07/07-31/10/07(108)

                                                Keonjhar dist

                   1. Block colony P.S.          Anandapur        02/04/07-12/10/07(222)
                   2. Nayagarh P.S.              Anandapur        02/04/07-12/10/07(222)
                   3. Salapada p.s.              Anandapur        01/07/07-10/10/07(132)
                   4. Agarda P.S.                Ghasipura        02/04/07-12/10/07(222)
                   5. Batto nodal U.P.S.         Ghasipura        01/07/07-12/10/07(104)
                   6. Kholana UGME               Ghasipura        02/04/07-12/10/07(222)
                   school

Source: Fieldwork, 2007.




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                        ANNEXURE-3.7
     List of schools not having 10 members MTA in 2007-08
                          (as on 30/09/07)
SL      District name    Block name                  School name
NO
 1       KEONJHAR         Anandpur       1. Podakhamn UGME
                                         2. Harijana Sahi PS
                                         3. Sahar Sahi PS
                                         4. Block Colony PS
                          Champua        5. Laxmidhar UPME
                          Ghasipura      6. Bholanuagoon UGME
                                         7. Sailing Nodal UPS
                                         8. Chaumulion PS
                          Ghatagaon      9. Mukundapur Patna PS
                                         10. Badajamuposi UGUP
                                         11. Nalabila PS
                                         12. Kusunpur PS
                                         13. Kusun Pur Makta PS
                                         14. Dehuri Posi Ashram School
                                         15. Koliposi PS
                                         16. Belphada Modal UPS
                                         17. Basantapur UGUP
                                         18. Balabhadra Pur UGUPS
                         Keonjhar mpl    19. Samantrapur PS
                                         20. Mochibandha UGUP School
                                         21. Magunagadia PS
                                         22. Atopur Nodal UPS
                                         23. Gambharia PS
                                         24. Monoj Manjari Sisubhaban Nodal
                                         UPS
                                         25. Bapuji ME Bidyapitha
                        Keonjhar sadar   26. Ranki M.E School
                                         27. Tulasi Chaura PS
                                         28. Kempasada Nodal UPS
                                         29. Mahadeijoda ME School
                                         30. Gobardhan UPME School
                                         31. Baradapal U.G.U.P School
                            Patna        32. Khantapada PS
                                         33. Madhapur PUPS
                                         34. Turumung Ps
                                         35. Mubhakhori Ps
                                         36. D.B. High School
                                         37. Rajnagar Nodal U.P.M.E School
2        GAJAPATI         Kashinagar     38. New baranasi P.U.P.S
                         Parlakhmundi    39. Mehendra giri Govt MPL H.S


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                     mpl          40. Maharaja boy”s high school
                   Rayagada       41. Pegeda PS, rayagada
                                  42. Langipadar U.P.S
                                  43. Karadasingh U.P.S
                                  44. Chamapur U.P.S
3   RAYAGADA     Rayagada MPL     45. Japakhal Primary Sevashram
                                  46. Rayagada Govt girjs high school
                                  47. G.C.D high school
                                  48. Gopabandhu Municipal high school
                                  49. Sastinagar P.U.P.S
                                  50. Ex-board bilingual P.S
                                  51. R.SEWC primary school
                                  52. O.M.P. colony P.S
                   Rayagada       53. Kholiguda P.S
                                  54. Biranarayan pur PUPS
                                  55. Bakuragada primary sevashram
                                  56. Kasturi nagar PS
                                  57. Loba Primary Sevashram
4   MAYURBHANJ      Baripada      58. Tentulisole PS
                                  59. Arati vidya Mandir PS
                                  60. Raghunath pur PS
                                  61. Rajabasa PS
                                  62. Gobardhan sole PS
                                  63. Salbani PS
                 Mayurbhanj mpl   64. Panday Nodal UPS
                                  65. Balangi Girls ME School
                                  66. Bhanjpur Girls High School
                    Barasahi      67. Haladipada PS
                                  68. Naran Khunta PUPS
                   G.B.Nagar      69. Balidiha UG Sevashram
                                  70. Khunta Govt. ME School
                    Khunta        71. Simgadia PS
                                  72. Barhagadia PS
                                  73. Shanti Niketan ME School
                    Kuliana       74. Asanjoda Govt Girls High School
                                  75. Kathasirsi UPUG School

                   Rairangpur     76. Pichhilighati PS
                                  77. Badagaon Nodal UPS
                                  78. Ek dali PS
                                  79. Munda Thakur Sevashram
                  Shamakhunta     80. Ranga Matia Nodal PS
                                  81. Lalganj Sevashram
                   Suliapada      82. Badasole PS



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                                            CHAPTER - 4
         ACTION TAKEN BY SPO AND DPO ON MEASURES
      SUGGESTED BY THE MONITORING INSTITUTE (NCDS)
      IN ITS 1ST HALF YEARLY STATE MONITORING REPORT
                         FOR 2007-08

                 The Lead MI for Orissa (NCDS) in its 1st Half Yearly State Monitoring Report for
2007-08 has mentioned some suggestive measures to do away with some drawbacks noticed in the
administration of SSA in Orissa during 2006-07. Basing upon these suggestions the SPO has replied
to the NCDS in his letter (Annexure 4.1) relating to the action taken against those suggestions. The
examination of the actions taken by the SPO has revealed that the action taken, as mentioned in this
letter, relates to the suggestions made by the MI (NCDS) in its 2nd Half Yearly State Monitoring
Report for 2006-07. The SPO has not reported on the actions taken on most of the suggestions made
by the MI (NCDS) in its 1st Half Yearly State Monitoring Report for 2007-08. Although the subject of
this letter indicates that SPO has made compliance on the action taken on the suggestions given in
the latter Report but its appendage totally contradicts it (see Annexure 4.1, Table 4.1)




                           Table 4.1
Action taken by the SPO against the MI’s suggestions given
by the MI in its 1st Half Yearly State Monitoring Report for
                 2007-08 and the outcome.
Sl       Corrective measures suggested by the MI in that           Action taken by   Outcome as on 30-01-
no.                          report                                    the SPO              2008

1.    The civil works such as NPS, NUPS, ACR, toilets, child        Not reported        Very rarely done
      friendly structures, hostels etc. should be made having
      attractive designs and shapes. For instance, the slide may
      be elephant shaped; the toilet may be car / tree / apple
      shaped; the blackboards may be elephant / fish / tortoise
      shaped. The roof, the pillar, the windows etc. may be of
      different shapes and colours.


2.    Piped water supply must be given to all toilets (already      Not reported       Many schools have
      existing or to be constructed). Accordingly the AWP and B                        toilets without water
      for 2008-09 may be prepared. The entire floor and the                          supply and so, not used
      lower part of the walls of toilets should be made with
      glazed tiles.




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3.    It should be mandatory for all DPOs to store in their            Not reported    No DPO has done it
      computers, the photos of quarterly progress of all kinds of
      civil works with the use of digital cameras.

4.    Every school should have a guidelines file and keep in it        Not reported   No school has done it.
      (a) the TLM, SIG and Maintenance grant guidelines, (b)
      the VEC guidelines, (c) the MTA guidelines, (d) the
      accounts keeping guidelines and (e) the micro-planning
      guidelines. It must be mandatory for every supervisory
      staff (CRCC / BRCC / Addl. BRCC / Addl. DPC ) to verify
      the presence and proper use of these guidelines during
      their visits to the schools and report to the DPO
5.    The DI of Schools, Soro Block should vacate the BRC              Not reported
      building of Soro Block to allow the BRCC of Soro Block in
      Balasore District to utilize the building for the operation of
      his office and SSA activities. Similarly, the BRCC of Pipili
      Block of Puri District should be instructed to utilize the
      BRC building, already constructed, for operation of his
      office and SSA activities
6.    All DPOs must keep a monthwise and category wise ( ST            Not reported      Some DPOs have
      boys, SC boys and all girls ) record of distribution of free                     failed to give this data
      textbooks collecting the data from the school points.                                 as on 30-9-07

7.    The SPO should find out a strategy to provide the free           Not reported   Children have got free
      textbooks to the children at school points within the month                      text books after June
      of May in every year, as per the SSA norms.                                      2007in many districts

8.    The SPO and all DPOs must ensure that the school                 Not reported      No school has fully
      grants , TLM grants and repair / maintenance grants are                         utilized these grants for
      released to and fully utilized by the schools latest by the                      2007-08 by October,
      month of October every year                                                               2007.
9.    Every year accounts keeping training must be conducted           Not reported
      by the DPOs for the needy VECs so as to ensure proper
      recording of receipt and expenditure of all grants in the
      cash book
10.   The DPOs must analyze the LATS data for identifying the          Not reported   Districts plans for 2008-
      issues / topics / hard spot areas, the target teachers, the                      09 do not reveal any
      duration and the timing of conducting in-service teacher                              thing about it
      training programmes. Before finalization of the training
      programmes, the target teachers must be consulted at
      CRC / BRC level and accordingly the AWP and B for
      2008-09 be developed.
11.   It must be mandatory for the DPOs to plan and conduct            Not reported      Teacher training
      the teacher training programmes keeping in view the                             programmes have not
      State commitments / District targets for improving the                            been planned and
      learning achievement level and reducing the dropout rate                        assessed in this way in
      and to make half yearly impact assessment of these                                    2007-08.
      programmes on achieving the targets at school, cluster
      and Block levels by the concerned RPs.
12.   A policy decision may be taken by the State Government           Not reported
      to treat the teachers who have obtained the 60-days
      refresher training as trained teachers by giving an
      appropriate certificate to them
13.   The DIs of Schools should be given responsibilities to           Not reported   Activity based teaching
      ensure the practice of activity based teaching at primary                        not practiced in many
      level in every school and submit a quarterly report to the                               schools



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      DPOs on the number of primary level teachers regularly
      practicing it.


14    It must be mandatory for the DIs of Schools to utilize their    Not reported          VEC’s and MTA’s
      mobility grant to ensure VEC’s and MTA’s contribution in                            contribution is very
      developing gardens for schools, preparing low / no cost                           little on these aspects
      TLMs as required by the teachers, oversee the                                     in 2007-08 till 30-9-07
      cleanliness in cooking MDM, motivating children for
      personal cleanliness.
15.   The State Government should have a policy to absorb all         Not reported
      the EVs of the EGS Centers that have been / would be
      upgraded as NPS / NUPS as Shiksha Sahayaks. Further,
      the total number of years rendered by them as EV may be
      taken into consideration to absorb them as regular
      teachers.
16.   The DPOs must ensure opening of all NPS, NUPS,
      NRBCs and RBCs that have been approved by the PAB               Not reported
      for 2007-08 by 31-1-08.

17.   The DPOs must keep a record, through the BRTs, of the                               No such record is
      improvement in the average monthly attendance and the           Not reported      available at DPOs for
      examination performance of all these CWSN for the three                                2007-08 till
      months and six months after they have got the aids and                                   30-9-07
      appliances or have undergone surgical operation under
      SSA programme.
18.   The DPOs must place proposals in the AWP and B for              Not reported
      2008-09 for providing home based support to the CWSN.
19.   The DPCs of Balasore, Malkangiri and Nawarangpur
      should be made accountable for furnishing false data to         Not reported
      the MIs as regard the number of VEC members existing in
      the respective Districts as on 31-3-07.
20.   Responsibility must be given to the DIs of Schools to                             Many VECs and MTAs
      ensure that in every school, the VEC and MTA must exist         Not reported       have not done this in
      and conduct at least one meeting every month.                                       2007-08 till 30-9-07
21.   The AWP and B of each District for 2008-09 must have
      proposals for operating VEC and MTA training                    Not reported
      programmes for increasing the level of their participation
      in school management and development
22.   Each DPO must ensure initiation of school / habitation         Habitation level
      level work plan for 2008-09 during January 2008 onwards         work plan for
      so as to develop the District AWP and B for 2008-09             2007-08 has
      following the bottom-up approach.                               been done in
                                                                      January 2008
23.   The District plan must every year highlight additional
      special and innovative measures to be taken for the             Not reported
      special focused groups of children, urban deprived
      children, children of migrant families and children of 13
      primitive tribes to ensure remarkable improvement in
      access, enrollment, retention and learning achievement
      level.
24.   Some selected District Collectors, DPCs, District level
      Coordinators, Addl. DPCs, BRCCs, Addl. BRCCs and                Not reported
      CRCCs should be given half yearly orientation at least
                        st
      once during the 1 quarter (April to June) and again once
                    rd
      during the 3 quarter (October to December) of every


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      year    on     planning,   implementation,     supervision,
      documentation,       innovation,    convergence        and
      authentication of progress data on different types of SSA
      interventions. Accordingly the AWP and B be prepared for
      the State and Districts every year.

25.   The supervision activities of the Addl. DPCs, BRCCs,              Supervision        The format lacks a
      Addl. BRCCs and CRCCs must be made specific,                    format has been   provision to collect feed
      measurable, achievable and authentic and must aim at               developed         back data on SSA
      collecting feed back data on SSA activities already                               activities already done
      implemented in previous months. They must be                                        in previous months.
      empowered with quarterly orientation on supervision
      techniques.
26.   None of the supervisory staffs (Addl. DPC, BRCC, Addl.           Not reported
      BRCC and CRCC) should be paid the mobility grant for
      the days of their visits to schools, MCS, KGBVs, EGS /
      AIE Centres etc. unless they report feed back data on
      their observations for those days in specific formats duly
      signed with seal by the Head Master and attached with
      their tour diary to claim the TA.
27.   Proposal may be made in the State AWP & B for 2008-09            Not reported
      for construction of pucca kitchen-cum-store room in
      selected schools where MDM is cooked in open space
      or thatched house.
28.   At every school an MDM register must be maintained and           Not reported       MDM supply is not
      kept by the Head Master / any teacher mentioning the                                    regular
      amount of food items (rice, dal, oil and egg) received
      every month, utilized daily, unspent in each month and
      carried forward for the next month; the number of children
      present in each day and consumed MDM / egg daily; and
      the reasons for the days when MDM is not provided. The
      concerned District and Block level authorities of MDM
      should collect these data and analyze to ensure regular
      supply of MDM and eggs to schools without fail.
29.   The State Government should take appropriate measure             Not reported
      to provide a weight measuring machine to each school
      and the teachers may be trained to assess and identify
      the severely / moderately malnourished children. Iron
      tablets and deworming tablets must be provided to them.
30.   The salary of the Cook and the Helper of MDM scheme              Not reported
      may be raised to Rs. 500/- and Rs. 250/- per month
      respectively.
31.   Each school should be provided with a large-sized                Not reported       Quality of Dalma is
      pressure cooker and the Cooks may be oriented with the                                     poor
      knowledge of using it for preparing MDM items.
32.   The educational days for the schools may be increased to         Not reported
      at least 260 days so that some additional periods /
      working days can be available to ive knowledge relating to
      life skill education, local specific vocational skills, yoga,
      moral education, adaptability to natural disasters,
      personal hygiene, gardening, first aid use, agricultural and
      horticultural products and preservation, extra-curricular
      activities, games and sports and any other activity that
      can help in raising the average percentage of students’
      attendance at least by 5 % compared to that of the
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 33.   The DPCs as well as the District Coordinators for Girls’             SPO has        MTA participation is
       Education should be made accountable for not                       instructed to        very less
       functionalizing and activating the MTAs to participate in         activate MTAs
       SSA and MDM programmes at school points


 34.   The Addl. DPCs should be given responsibility to ensure           Not reported      These data are not
       the display of a School Information Board at a visible                              displayed in many
       place in each school showing information at least on (i)                                 schools
       teachers’ position, (ii) students’ enrollment, (iii) no. of out
       of school children at the end of every quarter, (iv) daily
       attendance of children, (v) grants received and utilized at
       the end of every quarter an (vi) names of VEC and MTA
       members.
 35.   The DPOs should collect UCs for all pending grants                Not reported
       (school grant, teacher grant and maintenance grant) given
       to the VECs till 2006-07 by the end of February 2008.
 36.   The DPC, Jagatsinghpur should take necessary steps to             Not reported     The case is not settled
       settle the suspense fund case amounting to Rs. 2.41
       crores of Mr. B. K. Panda, the Ex- DI of schools-cum-DPC
       of Jagatsinghpur District by the end of February 2008.
 37.   All pending amount of loans and advances given to the             Not reported
       DPO staffs till 2006-07 should be settled by the end of
       February 2008.
 38.   The DPOs of Ganjam, Puri and Balasore Districts should            Not reported
       rectify the defects made in vouching as mentioned in
       Table 3.19 ( c ) within 31-3-08.
 39.   All BRCCs who have kept unspent balances of advances              Not reported
       given to them till 2006-07 should return the amount to the
       concerned DPOs by 31-1-08.
 40.   The DPO of Jagatsinghpur District should maintain a               Not reported
       Resister for Investment. Similarly, the DPO of Puri District
       should maintain the Register for Establishment and the
       Register for Monthly Accounts for Receipt and Payment.
 41.   The BRCCs and CRCCs should be instructed clearly to               Not reported     Academic support by
       atleast how many member of teachers and EVs they                                   BRCC and CRCC has
       should give academic support in a month. They should                                 been very less.
       also be oriented with the different contexts when they can
       extend academic support. Further, they should be given a
       district format to report regarding the day, the school /
       EGS / AIE centre and the teacher / EV they have given
       academic support and the kind of academic they have
       given so that the Addl. DPCs as well as the District
       pedagogy coordinator and the DPC can crosscheck it
       during their visit to school and EGS / AIE Centres.
 42.   The SPO should develop a strategy to check the practice           Not reported
       in which some DIs of schools claim mobility grant
       deceiting their visits to schools and EGS / AIE Centres.

Concluding remarks:

            The above table indicates that the SPO has to take more measures to improve the
operation of SSA programme. In the next chapter some additional suggestions have been made to
improve the level of efficacy of both the SSA and MDM programmes in Orissa.


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                                         Chapter - 5
 MAJOR FINDINGS REGARDING LESS PROGRESS IN SSA
AND MDM ACTIVITIES TILL 30-9-07 AND SUGGESTION FOR
  IMPROVEMENT IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF SSA AND
                 MDM ACTIVITIES

      This chapter delineates the major findings of the monitoring activity and suggestions to improve
the implementation of SSA and MDM programmes in Orissa


A. Major findings regarding less progress in SSA till 30-9-07

   1. For Bolangir, Bargarh and Sambalpur Districts 159, 17 and 10 NPS+NUPS respectively were
      sanctioned for opening in 2007-08 but not a single of them had been opened by 30-9-07 (Table
      3.1 (a)).


   2. Till 30-9-07, in Gajapati District, construction progress for NPS and NUPS was nil (Table
      3.1 (b)).


   3. The DPO of Bolangir District could not provide the data of construction progress till 30-9-
      07 of ACR. Sambalpur District had not started the construction work of all the sanctioned
      310 ACR by 30-9-07 (Table 3.2 (a)).


   4. The DPO of Gajapati, Mayurbhanj and Bargarh Districts had not kept the record relating to
      the number of ST boys, SC boys and girls that had received FTB till 30-9-07 (Table 3.3).


   5. The State had failed again to provide FTB of all subjects and classes to all children of all
      schools within one month of their opening (Table 3.3).


   6. The State had also failed to provide the school grant to the schools within 02 months of
      opening, i.e. within 1.6.07 (Table 3.4).


   7. School grant guidelines were not available in many schools (Table 3.4).




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8. In Bolangir and Rayagada District, not a single teacher had been recruited against the
   sanctioned teaching posts till 30-9-07 (Table 3.5 (a)).


9. Gajapati District could not provide any data regarding no. of mandays covered for conducting in-
   service training for teachers till 30-9-07 (Table 3.5(b)).


10. The target coverage for conducting induction training for the newly recruited teachers had been
   nil till 30-9-07 in Gajapati, Keonjhar, Mayurbhanj and Rayagada Districts (Table 3.5 (b)).


11. Similarly, as regard the refresher training for the untrained teachers, the target coverage till 30-
   9-07 had been nil for Gajapati, Keonjhar and Bargarh Districts (Table 3.5 (b)).


12. The DPOs of Keonjhar, Bolangir and Sambalpur Districts had claimed to have given TLM grant
   of 2007-08 to more than 75% teachers by 30-9-07 but MIs had found that not a single of the
   sample teachers in each of these Districts had received that grant by 30-9-07 (Table 3.6).


13. The DPOs of Gajapati and Keonjhar Districts had not kept any record regarding the number of
   targeted children actually enrolled in the EGS and AIE Centres by 30-9-07 (Table 3.7 (a)).


14. In Gajapati and Rayagada Districts, the DPOs had not instructed till 30-9-07 the BRCCs and
   CRCCs to give academic support to EVs (Table 3.7(b)).


15. In Gajapati, Rayagada and Bolangir Districts, not a single EGS Centre had been upgraded till
   30-9-07 (Table 3.7 (c)).


16. The DPOs of Gajapati, Keonjhar, Mayurbhanj and Sambalpur Districts had not kept the data
   relating to the number of children mainstreamed from EGS Centres to formal schools as on 30-
   9-07 (Table 3.7 (c)).


17. The DPOs of all sample Districts had not been able to enroll all the identified CWSN by 30-9-07
   (Table 3.8 (a)).


18. Very few (ranging from 0% in Gajapati to 18.1% in Sambalpur District) enrolled CWSN had
   been given aids and appliances till 30-9-07 (Table 3.8 (a)).



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19. Bridge course teaching facility had not been given in any of the MCS that have been made
   functional during 2007-08 till 30-9-07. Further, vocational training facility had not been provided
   to children in any of the MCS that had been made functional during 2007-08 till 30-9-07 in
   Gajapati, Keonjhar, Rayagada and Bolangir Districts (Table 3.9 (b)).


20. In Bolangir District, not a single teacher out of the 55 sanctioned teachers had been posted till
   30-9-07 in the 11 KGBVs opened during 2007-08 (Table 3.10 (a)).


21. Furniture had not been procured to any of the KGBVs that had been made functional during
   2007-08 till 30-9-07 in all sample Districts (Table 3.10 (b)).


22. By 31-8-07 DISE data capture formats had not been given to any school in all the Districts
   (Table 3.11 (a)).


23. Research activities had been highly neglected at District level by the DPOs of all sample
   Districts except Bargarh (Table 3.12).DPOs have no District level action plan for undertaking
   action researches relating to achievements of SSA annual targets on enrollment, attendance,
   dropout, and learning achievement and for taking up impact assessment studies on SSA
   activities.


24. The DPOs of Gajapati and Keonjhar Districts could not provide the data relating to the number
   of VECs existing in the District and the number of them to whom VEC guidelines had been
   given as on 30-9-07 (Table 3.13 (a)). The DPOs of Mayurbhanj and Rayagada Districts had
   also no information regarding the number of VECs that have VEC guidelines as on 30-9-07
   (Table 3.13 (a)).


25. The DPO of Rayagada had given information that all primary and upper primary schools had
   VEC as on 30-9-07. But 12 out of the 85 schools crosschecked by the MI (NCDS) were found
   not to have VEC as on this date (Table 3.13 (a)).


26. Similarly, the DPO of Sambalpur had given information that all existing VECs had VEC
   guidelines as on 30-9-07. However, the MI (PMIASE) had found that on the same date, all the
   92 schools crosschecked had not kept a copy of the VEC guidelines (Table 3.13 (a)).



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27. During the period from 1-4-07 to 30-9-07, very few VECs (ranging from 2.5% in Gajapati to 20%
   on Rayagada District) had conducted their meeting every month (Table 3.13 (b)).


28. There were some schools in Gajapati (20%), Keonjhar (9.3%), Mayurbhanj (4.5%), Rayagada
   (5.9%) and Bargarh (7.8%) Districts where the VECs had not been composed of 9 members
   (Table 3.13 (b)).


29. Only except Bolangir, the DPOs of the other sample Districts had no information regarding the
   total number of VEC members of their Districts (Table 3.13 (c))


30. VEC training programme had not at all been organized in all sample Districts except Bolangir by
   30-9-07 (Table 3.13 (a)).


31. In all the sample Districts, a few CRCCs (ranging from 33 in Mayurbhanj to 10 in Gajapati
   District) had not been recruited till 30-9-07 (Table 3.14 (b)).


32. In every sample District, there were several schools that had un-cleaned environment, no play
   ground and classrooms with improper lighting (Table 3.16 (a)).


33. In every sample District, health camp had not been conducted till 30-9-07 in most of the
   schools. Similarly, majority of the schools of all Districts except Sambalpur had inadequate play
   materials for children till 30-9-07 (Table 3.16 (a)).


34. In Gajapati, Keonjhar, Mayurbhanj and Rayagada Districts, some schools had no MTA as on
   30-9-07. And none of the existing MTAs of these Districts had convened regular monthly
   meeting during April to September 2007 (Table 3.17 (a)).


35. Most of the MTAs had lacked MTA guidelines as on 30-9-07.


36. In 2007-08 till 30-9-07, MTA training had not been conducted in all sample Districts and hence
   the MTA contribution to school development had been very less (Table 3.17 (a)).




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  37. Majority of schools in all sample Districts except Bolangir and Bargarh had lacked all required
       data in school information board as on 30-9-07 (Table 3.17 (b)).


  38. Several schools in all sample Districts had no water provision to toilets, no child friendly
       structures and no garden till 30-9-07 (Table 3.17 (b)).


B. Suggestion for improvement in the implementation of SSA and MDM activities

  1. The civil works such as NPS, NUPS, ACR, toilets, child friendly structures, hostels etc. should
       be made     having attractive designs and shapes. For instance, the slide may be elephant
       shaped; the toilet may be car / tree / apple shaped; the blackboards may be elephant / fish /
       tortoise shaped. The roof, the pillar, the windows etc. may be of different shapes and colours.


  2.    Piped water supply must be given to all toilets (already existing or to be constructed). The
       entire floor and the lower part of the walls of toilets should be made with glazed tiles.


  3.    It should be mandatory for all DPOs to store in their computers, the photos of quarterly
       progress of all kinds of civil works with the use of digital cameras.


  4.    Every school should have a guidelines file and keep in it (a) the TLM, SIG and Maintenance
       grant guidelines, (b) the VEC guidelines, (c) trhe MTA guidelines, (d) the accounts keeping
       guidelines and (e) the micro-planning guidelines. It must be mandatory for every supervisory
       staff (CRCC / BRCC / Addl. BRCC / Addl. DPC ) to verify the presence and proper use of these
       guidelines during their visits to the schools and report to the DPO.


  5. All DPOs must keep a monthwise and category wise ( ST boys, SC boys and all girls ) record of
       distribution of free textbooks collecting the data from the school points.


  6. The SPO should find out a strategy to provide the free textbooks to the children at school points
       within the month of May in every year, as per the SSA norms.


  7. The SPO and all DPOs must ensure that the school grants , TLM grants and repair /
       maintenance grants are released to and fully utilized by the schools latest by the month of
       October every year.




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8. Every year accounts keeping training must be conducted by the DPOs for the needy VECs so
   as to ensure proper recording of receipt and expenditure of all grants in the cash book.


9. The DPOs must analyze the LATS data for identifying the issues / topics / hard spot areas, the
   target teachers, the duration and the timing of conducting in-service teacher training
   programmes. Before finalization of the training programmes, the target teachers must be
   consulted at CRC / BRC level.


10. It must be mandatory for the DPOs to plan and conduct the teacher training programmes
   keeping in view the State commitments / District targets for improving the learning achievement
   level and reducing the dropout rate and to make half yearly impact assessment of these
   programmes on achieving the targets at school, cluster and Block levels by the concerned RPs.


11. A policy decision may be taken by the State Government to treat the teachers who have
   obtained the 60-days refresher training as trained teachers by giving an appropriate certificate
   to them.


12. The DIs of Schools should be given responsibilities to ensure the practice of activity based
   teaching at primary level in every school and submit a quarterly report to the DPOs on the
   number of primary level teachers regularly practicing it.


13. It must be mandatory for the DIs of Schools to utilize their mobility grant to ensure VEC’s and
   MTA’s contribution in developing gardens for schools, preparing low / no cost TLMs as required
   by the teachers, oversee the cleanliness in cooking MDM, motivating children for personal
   cleanliness.


14. The State Government should have a policy to absorb all the EVs of the EGS Centers that have
   been / would be upgraded as NPS / NUPS as Shiksha Sahayaks. Further, the total number of
   years rendered by them as EV may be taken into consideration to absorb them as regular
   teachers.


15. The DPOs must keep a record, through the BRTs, of the improvement in the average monthly
   attendance and the examination performance of all these CWSN for the three months and six




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         months after they have got the aids and appliances or have undergone surgical operation under
         SSA programme.


      16. Responsibility must be given to the DIs of Schools to ensure that in every school, the VEC and
         MTA must exist and conduct at least one meeting every month.


      17. The AWP and B of each District for every year must have proposals for operating VEC and
         MTA training programmes for increasing the level of their participation in school management
         and development.


      18. The District plan must every year highlight additional special and innovative measures to be
         taken for the special focused groups of children, urban deprived children, children of migrant
         families and children of 13 primitive tribes to ensure target oriented improvement in access,
         enrollment, retention and learning achievement level.


      19. Some selected District Collectors, DPCs, District level Coordinators, Addl. DPCs, BRCCs,
         Addl. BRCCs and CRCCs should be given half yearly orientation at least once during the 1st
         quarter (April to June) and again once during the 3rd quarter (October to December) of every
         year on planning, implementation, supervision, documentation, innovation, convergence and
         authentication of progress data on different types of SSA interventions. Accordingly the AWP
         and B be prepared for the State and Districts every year.


      20. The supervision activities of the Addl. DPCs, BRCCs, Addl. BRCCs and CRCCs must be made
         specific, measurable, achievable and authentic and must aim at collecting feed back data on
         SSA activities already implemented in previous months. They must be empowered with
         quarterly orientation on supervision techniques.


21.      None of the supervisory staffs (Addl. DPC, BRCC, Addl. BRCC and CRCC) should be
         paid the mobility grant for the days of their visits to schools, MCS, KGBVs, EGS / AIE Centres
         etc. unless they report feed back data on their observations for those days in specific formats
         duly signed with seal by the Head Master and attached with their tour diary to claim the TA.


22.     Proposal may be made in the State AWP & B for every year for construction of pucca




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      Kitchen-cum-store room in selected schools where MDM is cooked in open space or                thatched
      house.




23.   At every school an MDM register must be maintained and kept by the Head Master / any
      teacher mentioning the amount of food items (rice, dal, oil and egg) received every month,
      utilized daily, unspent in each month and carried forward for the next month; the number of
      children present in each day and consumed MDM / egg daily; and the reasons for the days when
      MDM is not provided. The concerned District and Block level authorities of MDM should collect
      these data and analyze to ensure regular supply of MDM and eggs to schools without fail.


24.    The State Government should take appropriate measure to provide a weight measuring
       machine to each school and the teachers may be trained to assess and identify the severely /
       moderately malnourished children. Iron tablets and deworming tablets must be provided to them.


25.    The salary of the Cook and the Helper of MDM scheme may be raised to Rs. 500/- and Rs.
       250/- per month respectively.


26.    Each school should be provided with a large-sized pressure cooker and the Cooks may
       be oriented with the knowledge of using it for preparing MDM items.


27.   The educational days for the schools may be increased to at least 260 days so that some
       additional periods / working days can be available to ive knowledge relating to life skill
       education, local specific vocational skills, yoga, moral education, adaptability to natural
       disasters, personal hygiene, gardening, first aid use, agricultural and horticultural products
       and preservation, extra-curricular activities, games and sports and any other activity that can
       help in raising the average percentage of students’ attendance at least by 5 % compared to
       that of the previous year.


28.   The DPCs as well as the District Coordinators for Girls’ Education should be made
      accountable for not functionalizing and activating the MTAs to participate in SSA and MDM
      programmes at school points.


29. The Addl. DPCs should be given responsibility to ensure the display of a School Information



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      Board at a visible place in each school showing information at least on (i) teachers’ position,
      (ii) students’ enrollment, (iii) no. of out of school children at the end of every quarter, (iv) daily
      attendance of children, (v) grants received and utilized at the end of every quarter an (vi)
      names of VEC and MTA members.
30.    The DPOs should collect UCs for all pending grants (school grant, teacher grant and
       maintenance grant) given to the VECs till 2006-07 by the end of February 2008.


31. 36The BRCCs and CRCCs should be instructed clearly to at least how many member of teachers
      and EVs they should give academic support in a month. They should also be oriented with the
      different contexts when they can extend academic support. Further, they should be given a
      District format to report regarding the day, the school / EGS / AIE centre and the teacher / EV
      they have given academic support and the kind of academic they have given so that the Addl.
      DPCs as well as the District pedagogy coordinator and the DPC can crosscheck it during their
      visit to school and EGS / AIE Centres.




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List of the sample schools visited by MI (NCDS) for conducting 2nd half
              yearly monitoring of SSA & MDM in 2007-08
        Sl.   Name if the   Name of the               Name of the Schools
        No.    District         Block
        1.    GAJAPATI      1. Kasinagar     1. Majala Street Project PS
                                             2. The New Kasinagar PS
                                             3. Girl’s UP School (MCS)
                                             4. Sana Majala PS
                                             5. Boy’s Primary School
                                             6. New Varanasi Project UPS
                                             7. Brahmin Street PS
                                             8. Harijan UP School (NUPS)
                                             9. Block Colony Project PS (MCS)
                                             10. Relief Colony PS
                            2.Paralakhem     11.Dr. Satya Narayan Rajaguru UPS
                              undi MPL       (NUPS)
                                             12.Kabichandra Raghunath Parichha PS
                                             13. Mahendra Giri Govt. MPL High
                                             School
                                             14. Maharaja Boy’s High School
                                             15. Gopinath Nanda PS
                                             16. Syama Sunder Rajguru PS
                                             17. Gandhi Memorial UPS
                                             18. Gopala Krushna PS
                                             19. Rani Padmabati PS
                                             20.Kabi Bhusan Gopinath Patra PS
                                             21.Anka Street PS
                                             22.Goura Chandra Gajapati PS
                                             23.Sri Aurobinda PS
                                             24. Gourahari Parichha PUP (NUPS)
                                             25. Boxi Street PS
                                             26. Kumbhara Street UPS
                                             27. Apanna Parichha UPS
                                             28. Apanna Panigrahi PS
                                             29. Maharaja’s Oriya Girls High School
                                             30.Utkalamani Gopabandhu PS
                                             31. Padmanava Gajapati PUPS
                            3.Rayagada       32. Kaithapadar PS
                                             33. Project UPS
                                             34. Govt. UPS Block Colony
                                             35. Upper Primary School Langipadar
                                             (MCS)
                                             36. UP School Karadasingh (MCS)
                                             37. Champapur UP School
                                             38. PS Pegada, Rayagada
                                             39. Parbata Sahi PS
                                             40. Krushnapur PS




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2   KEONJHAR   1.Anandapur     1. Nayagarh Primary School
                               2. Purunia Nodal UPS
                               3. Barigaon UPS
                               4. Podakhaman UGME School
                               5. Sahapada ME School
                               6. BAnika Primary School
                               7. Salapada Primary School
                               8. Hatibandha Primary School
                               9. Tukuna UPS
                               10. SN UGME School, Balabahali
                               11. Badabil Primary School
                               12. Brajabandhu Bidyapitha, UPME
                               School
                               13. Harijan Sahi Primary School
                               14. Sarasahi Primary School
                               15. Salabani Centre PS
                               16. Sadar Sahi PS
                               17. Machinda UGME School
                               18. Anandapur PS
                               19. Singidov PS
                               20. Fakirpur PS
                               21. Block Colony PS
                               22. Balunkeswar UGME School,
                               akirpur
               2. Champua      23. Laxmidhar (UP) ME , Jajapasi
                               24. Jajapasi Centre Primary School
               3. Ghasipur     25. Bholanuagaon UGME School
                               26. Sailong Nodal UPS
                               27. Murabali PS
                               28. Jhadeswar Nodal UPS
                               29. Naduan Girls ME School
                               30. Chaumuhin Colony Primary School
                               31. Kainipura UGUP ME
                               32.Chaumuhin PS
                               33. Govt. Ashram School, Sainkul
                               34. Paramanandapur UGUP School
                               35. Agarda Primary School
                               36. Jageswar Nodal UPS
                               37. Batto Nodal UP School
                               38. Khalana UGME School

               4.Ghatagaon     39. Mukundapur Patana PS
                               40. Badajamuposi UGUP
                               41. Nalabila PS
                               42. Kusunpur PS
                               43. Mukundpur UPS




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              44. Operdiha Project Primary School
              45. Golabandh PS
              46. Arjun Billa PS
              47. Kusunpur Maktab
              48. Ghatagaon Primary School
              49. Murga Pahadi PS
              50. Ghatagaon UP (ME)
              51.Dehuriposi Ashram School
              52. Binajhari ME School
              53. Banachakulia PS
              54. Kolipasi PS
              55. Belpahada Nodal UPS
              56. Binajhari PS
              57. Bedhapal PS
              58. Dhangada Diha UGUP
              59. Basantapur UGUP School
              60. Balabhadrapur UGUP School
              (MCS)
              61. Nudurapada PS
5.Harichandan 62. Harichandan pur Govt. Nodal
      Pur     School, KGBV
              63. Kaliaduma PS
              64. Raghunathpur PS
              65. Sidheswar PS, Thakurpada
  6. Keonjhar 66. Haladia tangiri Primary School
      MPL     67. Samantaraypur PS
              68. Policwe line Boy’s PS
              69. Mochibandhu UGUP School
              70. Maguragadia PS
              71. Siripur PS
              72. Badasasan PS
              73. Police line Girl’s PS
              74. Atopur Nodal UPS
              75. Gambharia PS
              76. Manoj Manjan Shishubhaban Nodal
              UPS
              77. Govindpur UGME School
              78. Bapuji ME Bidyapitha
              79. Kasipur UGUP School
              80. Badadera PS
              81. Brahmangaon PS




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7. Keonjhar     82. Naranpur UP(ME)
   Sadar        83. Ramachandra pur Primary School
                84. Thakurpatna Primary School
                85. Ranki ME School
                86. Alanapada Primary School
                87. Ranki Sevashrma School
                88. Sirishpal UGUP School (MCS)
                89. Tulasi Chaura PS
                90. Harida Gotha PS
                91. Silisuan PS
                92. Bauripada Centre PS
                93. Banajodi UGME School (MCS)
                94. Mahadeipur PS
                95. Bauripada MES
                96. Kempasada Nodal UPS
                97. Padmapur UPS
                98. Kathakaranjia PS
                99. Manoharpur PS
                100. Naranpur Centre PS
                101. Narsingh pur PS
                102. Talakusumita PS
                103. Padmapur UP ME School
                104. Kadagada PS
                105. Baradapal UGUP School
                106. Mahadeijoda Centre PS
                107. Mahadeijoda ME School
                108. Gobardhan UP (ME) School
                109. Indira Colony PS , Gobardhan




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8. Patana     110. Khuntapada PS
              111. Mahisa Mundi UGUP School
              112. Silda UGME School
              113. Jadichotra PS
              114. Saradha pur UGUP School
              115. Kendeipasi Centre PS
              116. Kenduapada PS
              117. Kashipur PS
              118. Syamasunderpur PS
              119. Analadiha PS
              120. Y. S. Nodal UPS, Chakundapal
              121. Badagambharia PS
              122. Patna Centre PS
              123. Gurudipasi PS
              124. Dianali UGUP School
              125. Madhapur Project UP School
              126. Swam UG ME School
              127. Malipasi Primary School
              128. Bhalughar PS
              129.Kuapasi PS
              130. Mubhakhosi PS
              131. Mangalpur PS
              132. Putulia PS
              133. Sadhupada PS
              134. Turumunga PS
              135. Deogaon PS
              136. Budhikabudi PS
              137. Kainda UGUP School
              138. Dadhibaman PS
              139. D. B. High School
              140. Rajnagar Nodal UP ME School




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                1. Baripada     1. Bhugudakata PS
3.   MAYURBHA                   2. Damodarpur PS
        NJ                      3. Raikodjharan PUPS (MCS)
                                4. Sri Ram Sahi PS
                                5. Tentulisole PS
                                6. Badadakoi PS
                                7. Garudnesa PS
                                8. Sanbrahmanmara PS
                                9. Budhikhamari UP UG School (MCS)
                                10. Radhikasole PS
                                11. Swarupvilla PS
                                12. Khetrapatna PS
                                13. Bhagabatpur Govt. PS
                                14. Bankisole UP (T.O) School
                                15. Bankisole PS
                                16. Kainphulia UP UG School (MCS)
                                17. Orachanda Billa UPS
                                18. Bhagabatchandrpur UP(T.O) School
                                (MCS)
                                19. Bhagabatchandrpur PS
                                20. S.K.C PS
                                21. Arati Vidya Mandir PS
                                22. Bijayramchandrapur PS
                                23. Jamunadeipur PS
                                24. Raghunathpur PS
                                25. Rajbasa PS
                                26. Gobardhansole PS
                                27. Salbani PS
                                28. Indapahi PS
                                29. Laxmiposi Govt. PS
                2. Baripada     30. Pandey UP School
                    MPL         31. Radharani & Dayabahi UPME
                                School
                                32. Block Colony UG (UP) School
                                33. Maharani Takat Kumari Govt. UPS
                                (KGBV)
                                34. Tulasi Chaura (UG) UPS
                                35. KArawaljee UP (T.O) School
                                36. Tulasi Chaura UP School
                                37. Rakhal Gope UP (T.O) School
                                38. Purunahat sahi PS
                                39. Tulasi Chaura Harijan Sahi PS
                                40. Budhikhamari UP(T.O) School
                                41. Budhikhamari PS
                                42. Takatpur PS
                                43. Purna Chandrapur PUPS
                                44. Kalikapur PS
                                45. Mahesh UP(ME) School
                                46. Deula Sahi PS
                                47. Sankhapata PS




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                 48. Sri Ramchandra UP Vidyalaya
                 49. Balangi girl’s ME School
                 50. Sri Daniel Hamilton UPS
                 51. Sripadganj PS
                 52. Naharapada PUPS
                 53. Jamunadeipur PS
                 54. Bhanjpur girl’s high school (New
                 Govt.)
                 55. Nuasahi PS
                 56. Thakurani Sahi PS
                 57. Dhipasahi PS
                 58. Kalimandir Sahi PS
                 59. Bijay Ramchandrapur PUPS
                 60. Sanamuhan Govt. UG ME School
                 61. Lal Bazar PS
                 62. Babu Sahi UP (UG) School

 3. Badasahi     63. samkala PS
                 64. Patpur PS
                 65.Markundi PS
                 66. Dahi Sahi PS
                 67. Mandir Sahi PS
                 68. Chakradharpur PS
                 69. Kuradiha UGME School
                 70. Sankucha PS
                 71. Gambharia UPS
                 72. Kainsali PUPS
                 73. Barasahi PS
                 74.Badasahi Govt. UPS (KGBV)
                 75. Talapada Nodal UPS (MCS)
                 76. Kendudiha Nodal UPS
                 77. Haladipada UPS
                 78. Naran khunta PUPS
                 79. Badkeroko PS
                 80. Gaudsole UGME School
                 81.Harischandrapur PS
                 82. Harischandrapur UP (T.O) School
                 83. Chaluasole PS
                 84. Hatibandha PS

4. G.B. Nagar    85. Kudia khunta PS
                 86. Jamasoli PS (MCS)
                 87. Churuni PUPS
                 88. Hudisahi PS
                 89. Sialia (A) PS
                 90.Balidiha UG Sevashram
                 91. Bada Khunta PS
                 92. Ghantasila PS
                 93. Chhadola PS
                 94. Khunta PS (MCS)
                 95. Bhandagan Nodasl UPS


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               96. Khunta Govt. ME School (KGBV)
5. Khunta      97. Dukura PS
               98. Chunadiha PS
               99. Angarkudia PUPS
               100.Sanraikali PS
               101.Simgadia PS
               102.Analsahi PS
               103.Barhagadia PUPS
               104.Santiniketan ME School
               105.Haladipal PUPS
6. Kuliana     106. Kuliana PS
               107. Badnuagan UG Sevashram
               108. Tomkiasole PS
               109.Kuliana Govt. UPS
               110.Marang Tandi PS
               111. Kuabuda UP UG School
               112. Gadu bhanga PS
               113. Jhinei PUPS
               114. Sannuagan PS
               115. Khairabani PU UG School (MCS)
               116. Keutunimari Nodal UPS
               117. Hatimada PS
               118. Bhaliadiha Nodal UPS
               119. Nobedhi PS
               120. Koilisuta PS
               121. Balimunduli UPS
               122. Sanpalasia PS
               123. Dangarsahi PS
               124. Jamda PUPS
               125. Jampoda PS
               126. Dimpal PPS
               127. Baigan badia Nodal UPS
               128. Bholgadia PS
               129. Asanjoda Govt. Girls HS
               130.Balipal PS
               131. Kathasirsi (UG) UPS
               132. Salugadia PS
               133. Andhari UG Sevashram
               134. Kuchei Nodal UPS
               135. Asanjoda UG Sevashram
               136. Dumurdiha UP UG School
               137. Gangraj Nodal UPS
               138. Badajunbani PUPS
               139. Dahisahi UPS
               140. Sanjunabani PS
               141. Raghunathganj Nodal UPS




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7. Rairangpur   142. P.C.M UGME School
                143. Ichinda Harijan Sahi Govt. PS
                144. Sadami Bai UGUPS
                145. Garh Rairangpur PS
                146. Thakuranibeda PS
                147. Gorumahisani Govt. UPS
                148. Patepani PS
                149. Purunapani UPS
                150. Pt. R.N. Murmu UGUP School
                151. Garh Rairangpur Uparsahi PS
                152.Purunaghaty PS
                153. Routkhamar PS
                154. Murgaghutu PS
                155. A.G. Bai UGUP School
                156. Baidaposi PS
                157. Madhuban PS
                158. Khanta PS
                159. Teltangia PS
                160. Bad Pakhana PS
                161. Lodhbani PS
                162. Kantabani PUPS
                163. Ichinda UGUPS
                164. Sakiladihi PS
                165. Aurobinda PS
                166. Gandida PS
                167. Munda Thakura UPS
                168. Badgaon Nodal UPS
                169. Gorumahisani PS
                170. Tolak PS
                171. Kuleisila PUPS
                172. Tolak (T.O) UPS
                173. Khejuria PS
                174. UGalsahi PS
                175. Jambani PUPS
                176. Dubulbeda PS
                177. Pichhilighati PS
                178. Bad-Mahuldiha PS
                179. Baghiatangar UGUPS
                180. Bijatala Govt. Nodal UPS
                181. Bagdega PS
                182. Rakhasahi PUPS
                183. Damudigoda PS
                184. Ek dali PS
                185. Munda Thakurs Sevashram
                186. Badam Talia UPS
                187. Chadripahadi PS




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                    8.           188. Chipatastia PUPS
                Shamakhunta      189. Ambaduvi PS
                                 190. Jambani PS
                                 191. Poda-Astia UPUG School
                                 192. Sindurgoura UGUPS
                                 193. Salabani PS
                                 194. Rangamatia Nodal UPS
                                 195. Lalganj Sevashram
                                 196. Baghadiha PS (MCS)
                                 197. Mahulia PUPS
                                 198. Goudadiha PS
                                 199. Paikabasa PUPS (KGBV)
                                 200. Dhanpur PS
                                 201. Jaybilla PUPS
                                 202. Gundihudi PUPS
                                 203. Ambasikida Govt. UG ME School
                                 204. Rangibhol UP UG School
                                 205. Karamghutu PS
                                 206. Janakalyan Nodal UPS
                                 207. Harisole PS
                                 208. Dhanpur UP (T.O) School

                9. Suliapada     209. Deuli Govt. ME School
                                 210. Badsole PS
                                 211. Dhobanisole Govt. PS
                                 212. Uashadihi PS
                                 213. Kusumasol (T.O) UPS
                                 214. Kusumasol PS
                                 215. Bangiriposi PS
                                 216. Nuagaon PS
                                 217. Jhaliamara PS
                                 218. Nuapada Nodal UPS
                                 219. Kuladahini PS
                                 220. Kulidiha UP ME School
                                 221. Hatimada PS
                                 222. Nedhua PS
                                 223. Nagsole UPS
                                 224. Sampura PUPS
                                 225. Nizdeuli PS
                10. Betanati     226. Dhanpur (KGBV)

4.   RAYAGADA   1. Rayagada      1. Jinilibadi PS
                Block+MPL        2. Penta UPS
                                 3. Buduni PS
                                 4. Angur PS




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              5. Kurumpeta UPS
              6. Ambalabhata chhak PS (MCS)
              7. Jemadeipentha PS
              8. Jemadeipentha UPS
              9. Patrapur PS
              10. Bada Hansa PS
              11. Jagannathpur PS
              12. Komatalapeta PS
              13. Naidupeta PS
              14. Chandili-3 UPS
              15. Sona Chandili PS
              16. Debadola Project UPS
              17. Kunjabadi PS
              18. Burusubadi PS
              19. Bada Allubadi UPS
              20. Eramunda PS
              21. Tumbiguda Project UPS
              22. Guma Project UPS
              23. Barijholla PS
              24. Japakhala Primary Sevashram
              25. Govt. Girl’s High School, Rayagada
              26. Kulli Project UPS
              27. S.B Pentha Govt. UPS
              28. Brahamin Street UGUP School
              (MCS)

2.Gunupur     29. St. Paul’s ME School
              30. Matia Sahi PS
              31. Old Gunupur Primary Sevashram
              32. Rellishai PS
              33. Bakiti Sahi PS
              34. Bauri Street UPS
              35. Sri Aurobinda Purnanga PS
              36. Katika Street UPS
              37. Vikrampur UGUP School
              38. Kotapeta PS
              39. Khoira Govt UPS
              40. Loba Primary Sevashram
              41. Bhulusunda PS
              42. Podosingh PS
              43. Kalma Project UP ME School
              44. Limameda Project UPS
              45. Meringi PS
              46. Sanyasipur Colony PS
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3. Rayagada     48. Mechanical Colony PS
                49. OMP Colony PS
                50. Ambaguda UPS
                51. Brahmin Street UPS
                52. R.S.E.W.C PS
                53. Utkalmanin Nagar PS
                54. P.H.D Colony PS
                55. Burdavalsa PS
                56. Kasturi Nagar PS
                57. Kholiguda PS
                58. Kothapeta Nodal UPS
                59. Biranarayanpur Project UPS
                60. Singanapur PS
                62. Bakuruguda Primary Sevashram
                63. Revenue Colony PS
                64. New colony PS
                65. Chekkaguda PS
                66. Jagannath Temple PS
                67. Goutam Nagar PS
                68. G.C.D. High school, Rayagada
                69. Gopabandhu Municipal HS
                70. Sastri Nagar UPS
                71. Ex. Oard Bilingual PS
                72. V.D.B Primary School
                73. Ex. Board UPS
                74. Gandhinagar UPS
4. Kolnara      75. Bhujabala PS
                76. Suri Project UPS
                77. Madanpur Project UPS
                78. Ankabadi PS
                79. B.S.Primary School
                80. Monisingh UPS
                81. Pujariguda PS
                82. Kolnara UPS
                83. Khamasing PS
                84. Jamulelibadi PS
                85. Guakona PS
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              yearly monitoring of SSA & MDM in 2007-08
        Sl.   Name if the   Name of the               Name of the Schools
        No.    District         Block
        1.    GAJAPATI      1. Kasinagar     1. Majala Street Project PS
                                             2. The New Kasinagar PS
                                             3. Girl’s UP School (MCS)
                                             4. Sana Majala PS
                                             5. Boy’s Primary School
                                             6. New Varanasi Project UPS
                                             7. Brahmin Street PS
                                             8. Harijan UP School (NUPS)
                                             9. Block Colony Project PS (MCS)
                                             10. Relief Colony PS
                            2.Paralakhem     11.Dr. Satya Narayan Rajaguru UPS
                              undi MPL       (NUPS)
                                             12.Kabichandra Raghunath Parichha PS
                                             13. Mahendra Giri Govt. MPL High
                                             School
                                             14. Maharaja Boy’s High School
                                             15. Gopinath Nanda PS
                                             16. Syama Sunder Rajguru PS
                                             17. Gandhi Memorial UPS
                                             18. Gopala Krushna PS
                                             19. Rani Padmabati PS
                                             20.Kabi Bhusan Gopinath Patra PS
                                             21.Anka Street PS
                                             22.Goura Chandra Gajapati PS
                                             23.Sri Aurobinda PS
                                             24. Gourahari Parichha PUP (NUPS)
                                             25. Boxi Street PS
                                             26. Kumbhara Street UPS
                                             27. Apanna Parichha UPS
                                             28. Apanna Panigrahi PS
                                             29. Maharaja’s Oriya Girls High School
                                             30.Utkalamani Gopabandhu PS
                                             31. Padmanava Gajapati PUPS
                            3.Rayagada       32. Kaithapadar PS
                                             33. Project UPS
                                             34. Govt. UPS Block Colony
                                             35. Upper Primary School Langipadar
                                             (MCS)
                                             36. UP School Karadasingh (MCS)
                                             37. Champapur UP School
                                             38. PS Pegada, Rayagada
                                             39. Parbata Sahi PS
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2   KEONJHAR   1.Anandapur     1. Nayagarh Primary School
                               2. Purunia Nodal UPS
                               3. Barigaon UPS
                               4. Podakhaman UGME School
                               5. Sahapada ME School
                               6. BAnika Primary School
                               7. Salapada Primary School
                               8. Hatibandha Primary School
                               9. Tukuna UPS
                               10. SN UGME School, Balabahali
                               11. Badabil Primary School
                               12. Brajabandhu Bidyapitha, UPME
                               School
                               13. Harijan Sahi Primary School
                               14. Sarasahi Primary School
                               15. Salabani Centre PS
                               16. Sadar Sahi PS
                               17. Machinda UGME School
                               18. Anandapur PS
                               19. Singidov PS
                               20. Fakirpur PS
                               21. Block Colony PS
                               22. Balunkeswar UGME School,
                               akirpur
               2. Champua      23. Laxmidhar (UP) ME , Jajapasi
                               24. Jajapasi Centre Primary School
               3. Ghasipur     25. Bholanuagaon UGME School
                               26. Sailong Nodal UPS
                               27. Murabali PS
                               28. Jhadeswar Nodal UPS
                               29. Naduan Girls ME School
                               30. Chaumuhin Colony Primary School
                               31. Kainipura UGUP ME
                               32.Chaumuhin PS
                               33. Govt. Ashram School, Sainkul
                               34. Paramanandapur UGUP School
                               35. Agarda Primary School
                               36. Jageswar Nodal UPS
                               37. Batto Nodal UP School
                               38. Khalana UGME School

               4.Ghatagaon     39. Mukundapur Patana PS
                               40. Badajamuposi UGUP
                               41. Nalabila PS
                               42. Kusunpur PS
                               43. Mukundpur UPS




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              44. Operdiha Project Primary School
              45. Golabandh PS
              46. Arjun Billa PS
              47. Kusunpur Maktab
              48. Ghatagaon Primary School
              49. Murga Pahadi PS
              50. Ghatagaon UP (ME)
              51.Dehuriposi Ashram School
              52. Binajhari ME School
              53. Banachakulia PS
              54. Kolipasi PS
              55. Belpahada Nodal UPS
              56. Binajhari PS
              57. Bedhapal PS
              58. Dhangada Diha UGUP
              59. Basantapur UGUP School
              60. Balabhadrapur UGUP School
              (MCS)
              61. Nudurapada PS
5.Harichandan 62. Harichandan pur Govt. Nodal
      Pur     School, KGBV
              63. Kaliaduma PS
              64. Raghunathpur PS
              65. Sidheswar PS, Thakurpada
  6. Keonjhar 66. Haladia tangiri Primary School
      MPL     67. Samantaraypur PS
              68. Policwe line Boy’s PS
              69. Mochibandhu UGUP School
              70. Maguragadia PS
              71. Siripur PS
              72. Badasasan PS
              73. Police line Girl’s PS
              74. Atopur Nodal UPS
              75. Gambharia PS
              76. Manoj Manjan Shishubhaban Nodal
              UPS
              77. Govindpur UGME School
              78. Bapuji ME Bidyapitha
              79. Kasipur UGUP School
              80. Badadera PS
              81. Brahmangaon PS




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7. Keonjhar     82. Naranpur UP(ME)
   Sadar        83. Ramachandra pur Primary School
                84. Thakurpatna Primary School
                85. Ranki ME School
                86. Alanapada Primary School
                87. Ranki Sevashrma School
                88. Sirishpal UGUP School (MCS)
                89. Tulasi Chaura PS
                90. Harida Gotha PS
                91. Silisuan PS
                92. Bauripada Centre PS
                93. Banajodi UGME School (MCS)
                94. Mahadeipur PS
                95. Bauripada MES
                96. Kempasada Nodal UPS
                97. Padmapur UPS
                98. Kathakaranjia PS
                99. Manoharpur PS
                100. Naranpur Centre PS
                101. Narsingh pur PS
                102. Talakusumita PS
                103. Padmapur UP ME School
                104. Kadagada PS
                105. Baradapal UGUP School
                106. Mahadeijoda Centre PS
                107. Mahadeijoda ME School
                108. Gobardhan UP (ME) School
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8. Patana     110. Khuntapada PS
              111. Mahisa Mundi UGUP School
              112. Silda UGME School
              113. Jadichotra PS
              114. Saradha pur UGUP School
              115. Kendeipasi Centre PS
              116. Kenduapada PS
              117. Kashipur PS
              118. Syamasunderpur PS
              119. Analadiha PS
              120. Y. S. Nodal UPS, Chakundapal
              121. Badagambharia PS
              122. Patna Centre PS
              123. Gurudipasi PS
              124. Dianali UGUP School
              125. Madhapur Project UP School
              126. Swam UG ME School
              127. Malipasi Primary School
              128. Bhalughar PS
              129.Kuapasi PS
              130. Mubhakhosi PS
              131. Mangalpur PS
              132. Putulia PS
              133. Sadhupada PS
              134. Turumunga PS
              135. Deogaon PS
              136. Budhikabudi PS
              137. Kainda UGUP School
              138. Dadhibaman PS
              139. D. B. High School
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                1. Baripada     1. Bhugudakata PS
3.   MAYURBHA                   2. Damodarpur PS
        NJ                      3. Raikodjharan PUPS (MCS)
                                4. Sri Ram Sahi PS
                                5. Tentulisole PS
                                6. Badadakoi PS
                                7. Garudnesa PS
                                8. Sanbrahmanmara PS
                                9. Budhikhamari UP UG School (MCS)
                                10. Radhikasole PS
                                11. Swarupvilla PS
                                12. Khetrapatna PS
                                13. Bhagabatpur Govt. PS
                                14. Bankisole UP (T.O) School
                                15. Bankisole PS
                                16. Kainphulia UP UG School (MCS)
                                17. Orachanda Billa UPS
                                18. Bhagabatchandrpur UP(T.O) School
                                (MCS)
                                19. Bhagabatchandrpur PS
                                20. S.K.C PS
                                21. Arati Vidya Mandir PS
                                22. Bijayramchandrapur PS
                                23. Jamunadeipur PS
                                24. Raghunathpur PS
                                25. Rajbasa PS
                                26. Gobardhansole PS
                                27. Salbani PS
                                28. Indapahi PS
                                29. Laxmiposi Govt. PS
                2. Baripada     30. Pandey UP School
                    MPL         31. Radharani & Dayabahi UPME
                                School
                                32. Block Colony UG (UP) School
                                33. Maharani Takat Kumari Govt. UPS
                                (KGBV)
                                34. Tulasi Chaura (UG) UPS
                                35. KArawaljee UP (T.O) School
                                36. Tulasi Chaura UP School
                                37. Rakhal Gope UP (T.O) School
                                38. Purunahat sahi PS
                                39. Tulasi Chaura Harijan Sahi PS
                                40. Budhikhamari UP(T.O) School
                                41. Budhikhamari PS
                                42. Takatpur PS
                                43. Purna Chandrapur PUPS
                                44. Kalikapur PS
                                45. Mahesh UP(ME) School
                                46. Deula Sahi PS
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                 48. Sri Ramchandra UP Vidyalaya
                 49. Balangi girl’s ME School
                 50. Sri Daniel Hamilton UPS
                 51. Sripadganj PS
                 52. Naharapada PUPS
                 53. Jamunadeipur PS
                 54. Bhanjpur girl’s high school (New
                 Govt.)
                 55. Nuasahi PS
                 56. Thakurani Sahi PS
                 57. Dhipasahi PS
                 58. Kalimandir Sahi PS
                 59. Bijay Ramchandrapur PUPS
                 60. Sanamuhan Govt. UG ME School
                 61. Lal Bazar PS
                 62. Babu Sahi UP (UG) School

 3. Badasahi     63. samkala PS
                 64. Patpur PS
                 65.Markundi PS
                 66. Dahi Sahi PS
                 67. Mandir Sahi PS
                 68. Chakradharpur PS
                 69. Kuradiha UGME School
                 70. Sankucha PS
                 71. Gambharia UPS
                 72. Kainsali PUPS
                 73. Barasahi PS
                 74.Badasahi Govt. UPS (KGBV)
                 75. Talapada Nodal UPS (MCS)
                 76. Kendudiha Nodal UPS
                 77. Haladipada UPS
                 78. Naran khunta PUPS
                 79. Badkeroko PS
                 80. Gaudsole UGME School
                 81.Harischandrapur PS
                 82. Harischandrapur UP (T.O) School
                 83. Chaluasole PS
                 84. Hatibandha PS

4. G.B. Nagar    85. Kudia khunta PS
                 86. Jamasoli PS (MCS)
                 87. Churuni PUPS
                 88. Hudisahi PS
                 89. Sialia (A) PS
                 90.Balidiha UG Sevashram
                 91. Bada Khunta PS
                 92. Ghantasila PS
                 93. Chhadola PS
                 94. Khunta PS (MCS)
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               96. Khunta Govt. ME School (KGBV)
5. Khunta      97. Dukura PS
               98. Chunadiha PS
               99. Angarkudia PUPS
               100.Sanraikali PS
               101.Simgadia PS
               102.Analsahi PS
               103.Barhagadia PUPS
               104.Santiniketan ME School
               105.Haladipal PUPS
6. Kuliana     106. Kuliana PS
               107. Badnuagan UG Sevashram
               108. Tomkiasole PS
               109.Kuliana Govt. UPS
               110.Marang Tandi PS
               111. Kuabuda UP UG School
               112. Gadu bhanga PS
               113. Jhinei PUPS
               114. Sannuagan PS
               115. Khairabani PU UG School (MCS)
               116. Keutunimari Nodal UPS
               117. Hatimada PS
               118. Bhaliadiha Nodal UPS
               119. Nobedhi PS
               120. Koilisuta PS
               121. Balimunduli UPS
               122. Sanpalasia PS
               123. Dangarsahi PS
               124. Jamda PUPS
               125. Jampoda PS
               126. Dimpal PPS
               127. Baigan badia Nodal UPS
               128. Bholgadia PS
               129. Asanjoda Govt. Girls HS
               130.Balipal PS
               131. Kathasirsi (UG) UPS
               132. Salugadia PS
               133. Andhari UG Sevashram
               134. Kuchei Nodal UPS
               135. Asanjoda UG Sevashram
               136. Dumurdiha UP UG School
               137. Gangraj Nodal UPS
               138. Badajunbani PUPS
               139. Dahisahi UPS
               140. Sanjunabani PS
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7. Rairangpur   142. P.C.M UGME School
                143. Ichinda Harijan Sahi Govt. PS
                144. Sadami Bai UGUPS
                145. Garh Rairangpur PS
                146. Thakuranibeda PS
                147. Gorumahisani Govt. UPS
                148. Patepani PS
                149. Purunapani UPS
                150. Pt. R.N. Murmu UGUP School
                151. Garh Rairangpur Uparsahi PS
                152.Purunaghaty PS
                153. Routkhamar PS
                154. Murgaghutu PS
                155. A.G. Bai UGUP School
                156. Baidaposi PS
                157. Madhuban PS
                158. Khanta PS
                159. Teltangia PS
                160. Bad Pakhana PS
                161. Lodhbani PS
                162. Kantabani PUPS
                163. Ichinda UGUPS
                164. Sakiladihi PS
                165. Aurobinda PS
                166. Gandida PS
                167. Munda Thakura UPS
                168. Badgaon Nodal UPS
                169. Gorumahisani PS
                170. Tolak PS
                171. Kuleisila PUPS
                172. Tolak (T.O) UPS
                173. Khejuria PS
                174. UGalsahi PS
                175. Jambani PUPS
                176. Dubulbeda PS
                177. Pichhilighati PS
                178. Bad-Mahuldiha PS
                179. Baghiatangar UGUPS
                180. Bijatala Govt. Nodal UPS
                181. Bagdega PS
                182. Rakhasahi PUPS
                183. Damudigoda PS
                184. Ek dali PS
                185. Munda Thakurs Sevashram
                186. Badam Talia UPS
                187. Chadripahadi PS




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                    8.           188. Chipatastia PUPS
                Shamakhunta      189. Ambaduvi PS
                                 190. Jambani PS
                                 191. Poda-Astia UPUG School
                                 192. Sindurgoura UGUPS
                                 193. Salabani PS
                                 194. Rangamatia Nodal UPS
                                 195. Lalganj Sevashram
                                 196. Baghadiha PS (MCS)
                                 197. Mahulia PUPS
                                 198. Goudadiha PS
                                 199. Paikabasa PUPS (KGBV)
                                 200. Dhanpur PS
                                 201. Jaybilla PUPS
                                 202. Gundihudi PUPS
                                 203. Ambasikida Govt. UG ME School
                                 204. Rangibhol UP UG School
                                 205. Karamghutu PS
                                 206. Janakalyan Nodal UPS
                                 207. Harisole PS
                                 208. Dhanpur UP (T.O) School

                9. Suliapada     209. Deuli Govt. ME School
                                 210. Badsole PS
                                 211. Dhobanisole Govt. PS
                                 212. Uashadihi PS
                                 213. Kusumasol (T.O) UPS
                                 214. Kusumasol PS
                                 215. Bangiriposi PS
                                 216. Nuagaon PS
                                 217. Jhaliamara PS
                                 218. Nuapada Nodal UPS
                                 219. Kuladahini PS
                                 220. Kulidiha UP ME School
                                 221. Hatimada PS
                                 222. Nedhua PS
                                 223. Nagsole UPS
                                 224. Sampura PUPS
                                 225. Nizdeuli PS
                10. Betanati     226. Dhanpur (KGBV)

4.   RAYAGADA   1. Rayagada      1. Jinilibadi PS
                Block+MPL        2. Penta UPS
                                 3. Buduni PS
                                 4. Angur PS




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              5. Kurumpeta UPS
              6. Ambalabhata chhak PS (MCS)
              7. Jemadeipentha PS
              8. Jemadeipentha UPS
              9. Patrapur PS
              10. Bada Hansa PS
              11. Jagannathpur PS
              12. Komatalapeta PS
              13. Naidupeta PS
              14. Chandili-3 UPS
              15. Sona Chandili PS
              16. Debadola Project UPS
              17. Kunjabadi PS
              18. Burusubadi PS
              19. Bada Allubadi UPS
              20. Eramunda PS
              21. Tumbiguda Project UPS
              22. Guma Project UPS
              23. Barijholla PS
              24. Japakhala Primary Sevashram
              25. Govt. Girl’s High School, Rayagada
              26. Kulli Project UPS
              27. S.B Pentha Govt. UPS
              28. Brahamin Street UGUP School
              (MCS)

2.Gunupur     29. St. Paul’s ME School
              30. Matia Sahi PS
              31. Old Gunupur Primary Sevashram
              32. Rellishai PS
              33. Bakiti Sahi PS
              34. Bauri Street UPS
              35. Sri Aurobinda Purnanga PS
              36. Katika Street UPS
              37. Vikrampur UGUP School
              38. Kotapeta PS
              39. Khoira Govt UPS
              40. Loba Primary Sevashram
              41. Bhulusunda PS
              42. Podosingh PS
              43. Kalma Project UP ME School
              44. Limameda Project UPS
              45. Meringi PS
              46. Sanyasipur Colony PS
              47. Rupapadar PS




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3. Rayagada     48. Mechanical Colony PS
                49. OMP Colony PS
                50. Ambaguda UPS
                51. Brahmin Street UPS
                52. R.S.E.W.C PS
                53. Utkalmanin Nagar PS
                54. P.H.D Colony PS
                55. Burdavalsa PS
                56. Kasturi Nagar PS
                57. Kholiguda PS
                58. Kothapeta Nodal UPS
                59. Biranarayanpur Project UPS
                60. Singanapur PS
                62. Bakuruguda Primary Sevashram
                63. Revenue Colony PS
                64. New colony PS
                65. Chekkaguda PS
                66. Jagannath Temple PS
                67. Goutam Nagar PS
                68. G.C.D. High school, Rayagada
                69. Gopabandhu Municipal HS
                70. Sastri Nagar UPS
                71. Ex. Oard Bilingual PS
                72. V.D.B Primary School
                73. Ex. Board UPS
                74. Gandhinagar UPS
4. Kolnara      75. Bhujabala PS
                76. Suri Project UPS
                77. Madanpur Project UPS
                78. Ankabadi PS
                79. B.S.Primary School
                80. Monisingh UPS
                81. Pujariguda PS
                82. Kolnara UPS
                83. Khamasing PS
                84. Jamulelibadi PS
                85. Guakona PS
                86. Jagratiguda Project UPS




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