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CENTRALLY SPONSORED AND CENTRAL SECTOR SCHEMES
  1.   SCHEMES OF VOCATIONALISATION OF SECONDARY EDUCATION :
  2.   OPERATION BLACK – BOARD SCHEME:
  3.   IMPROVEMENT IN SCIENCE EDUCATION SCHEME:
  4.   MODERNISATION SCHEME OF MADARSA EDUCATION:
  5.   INTEGRATED EDUCATION FOR DISABLLED CHILDREN
  6.   COMPUTER LITERACY AND STUDY SCHEME IN SCHOOLS (CLASS PROJECT)
  7.   SANSKRIT EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT SCHEMES:
  8.   DISTRICT PRIMARY EDUCATION PROGRAMME:
  9.   SARVA SHIKSHA ABHIYAN:
  10.   EDUCATION GAURANTEE SCHEME :
  11.   INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SCHEME:
  12.   EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY SCHEME:

MADHYA PRADESH STATE GOVERNMENT SCHEMES

  1. STATE GOVERNMENT SCHEMES
  2. STATE GOVERNMENT SCHEMES OF TOP PRIORITY

1. SCHEMES OF VOCATIONALISATION OF SECONDARY EDUCATION

SCHEMES OF VOCATIONALISATION OF SECONDARY EDUCATION:

The Scheme is being conducted since 1986. The main objectives of the vocationalasation of secondary education are to provide diversification of Educational opportunities so as to enhance individual employability, reduce the mismatch between demand and supply of skilled manpower and to provide an alternative for those pursuing higher Education.

  1. Agriculture Economics and Farm Management.
  2. Horticulture
  3. Poultry Products
  4. Dairy farming
  5. Farm Mechanics
  6. Office Management
  7. Accounting
  8. Co- operative Management
  9. Steno- typing
  10. Banking Assistant
  11. Store keeping
  12. Fruit and Vegetable Preservation / Food Preservation and Processing
  13. Backery and Confectionery
  14. Garment Making
  15. Fashion Designing And garment Making
  16. Welding Technology and Fabrication
  17. Repair of Radio and T.V.
  18. Repair of Scooter, Moped and Motor Cycle
  19. Repair Domestic electrical Appliances and Motor- Rewinding
  20. Computer Application
  21. Photography
  22. Medical Lab. Technician
  23. Hospital House Keeping
  24. Building Construction and Maintenance.

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2. OPERATION BLACK – BOARD SCHEME:

JAWAHAR VILLAGE PROSPERITY SCHEME:

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3. IMPROVEMENT IN SCIENCE EDUCATION SCHEME:


4. MODERNISATION SCHEME OF MADARSA EDUCATION:

This is a scheme of Govt. of India to initiate volunteering teaching of Science, Mathematics, Social Studies, Hindi and English in Madarsa and Maqtabs.

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5. INTEGRATED EDUCATION FOR DISABLLED CHILDREN:

  1. Books and stationery allowance Rs. 400/- per student per annum.
  2. Dress allowance Rs. 200/- per student per annum.
  3. Conveyance allowance Rs. 500/- per student per annum.
  4. Reading allowance to blind students of class 6th to 12th Rs. 500 per student per annum.
  5. Road safety allowance to those students which have disability below abdomen Rs. 750/- per student per annum.
  6. For assisting instruments once in every five years maximum Rs. 2000/- per student.

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6. COMPUTER LITERACY AND STUDY SCHEME IN SCHOOLS (CLASS PROJECT)

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7. SANSKRIT EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT SCHEMES:

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8. DISTRICT PRIMARY EDUCATION PROGRAMME :

 the share of the state Govt. is 143.98 crores.

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9. SARVA SHIKSHA ABHIYAN:

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10. EDUCATION GAURANTEE SCHEME :

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11. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SCHEME:

  1. Preparation of phase wise proposals for every year to ensure the access of the schools to computer/Internet.
  2. Provisions be made to provide computer education in educational Institutions in least time without any Govt. investment by associating Investors of private sector.
  3. Permission will be given to use the available space in the school after teaching time for commercial purposes.
  4. The training of the computer course will not be compulsory but will be imparted voluntarily.
  5. The scheme will not be implemented in the schools where class/clap projects are running.
  6. 400 sq. ft space with electric supply of Government school building/campus will be made available free of cost for the training centre.
  7. The cost of electricity will be borne by the bidder.
  8. Under school education the training course will be in two categories.
  1. (i) For the students of class IX & X

(ii) For the students of class XI & XII

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12. EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY SCHEME:

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STATE GOVERNMENT SCHEMES

1. FREE OF COST DISTRIBUTION SCHEME OF TEXT BOOKS:

  • The scheme is inforce in which text books are distributed free of cost to the students of SC/ ST communities studying in class 1 to 5and to the all girls of backward and general categories, who are below poverty line and studying in class 1 to 3.
  • Under this scheme free of cost text books are supplied by M.P. text book corporation.
  • For financial year 2001-2002 a provision of Rs 6.29 crore is made in Budget.

2. FREE OF COST DISTRIBUTION SCHEME OF TEXT BOOKS:

3. BOOK-BANK SCHEME:

  • In this scheme the text books are supplied to the boys and girls of schedule cast and schedule tribe studying in class 6 to 12 through book bank for financial year 2001-2002 there is a provision of 86 lacs rupees in the budget.

4. FREE OF COST SCHOOL UNIFORM SCHEME:

5. STUDENT SAFETY INSURANCE SCHEME:

* For this scheme the State Government has given permission vide its letter No F-44-32/94/B-2/20 dated 6:10:1994 to implement the student safety Insurance scheme for the students of Govt. schools.

  • The responsibility of enforcing the scheme is laid to "The New India Insurance Company Limited"
  • In the beginning the scheme was meant for one year with a premium of sixty paisa per month for assured sum of Rs. 10,000/= at death of student.
  • Under the scheme a sum of Rs.10000/- is payable at the death of student, Rs. 10000/- for the full disability and Rs. 5000/- payable for partly disability.
  • At present the premium payable by the student is increased from sixty paise to Rs. one per month.

6. TEACHER WELFARE PROGRAMME:

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2. STATE GOVT. SCHEMES OF TOP PRIORITY:

1. PADHANA-BADHANA' MOVEMENT FOR LITERACY:

2. STRENTHNING OF ADMINISTRATIVE ARRANGEMENT FOR THE DECENTRALISATION OF EDUCATION.

3. UNIVERSALISATION OF SECONDARY EDUCATION.

UPGRADATION OF MADARSA'S.

4. DEVELOPING THE LIBRARIES AND READING ROOMS OF THE STATE IN THE FORM OF YOUTH CLUB BY ENHANCING THEIR USE.

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