Mana Vooru-Mana Badi Campaigning programme has been postponed and revised. The revised schedule as per Rc No.238 Dt:24/04/2018 from 04th June 2018 to 11th June 2018. The programme Mana Vooru-Mana Badi is postponed due to heavy heat weather conditions. The complete schedule of Mana Vooru-Mana Badi which is from 04/06/2018 is as follows.
Postpone Due to Extreme Heat Waves Conditions
In view of the extreme heat waves conditions, all the Regional Joint Directors of School Education and District Educational Officers in the State are informed that the "MANA VOORU MANA BADI" Programme which was scheduled from 23rd - 30th April, 2018 is now rescheduled from 4th - 11th June, 2018. The revised schedule of activities is indicated below:
Revised Mana Vooru Mana Badi Schedule Activities
|1.||1. Conduct the preparatory meeting in theSchool with SMC/SMDC members, Anganwadi workers and all other stakeholders with teachers of the School concerned and prepare an action plan for smooth conduct of MANA VOORU MANA BADI programme. 2. Disseminate the benefits and schemes provided to the students by the Government and also display the SSC results highlighting the best performed students and their achievement in SSC Exams (in case of High Schools).||04-06-2018||9.00 AM to 11.00 AM|
|2||Survey identification of children from each category to be admitted into Government Schools during the campaign: From AWCs From Class V in Primary School to ClassVI in UP/High School Children in Slum areas who are not enrolled in schools. Out of school children Children from Private Schools for joining in Government Schools||05-06-2018 to 07.06.2018||9.00 A.M. to 11.00 A.M.|
|3 .||Conduct of door to door campaign along with all stake holders for enrolling the targeted children. Focus on Anganwadis - 05th June Focus on V class completed children and to be admitted in VI Class - 06th June Focus on VII/VIII completed children and to be admitted in VIII/ IX Classes - 07h June Focus on children from Private Schools to be admitted in Govt School - 08th June Focus on Out of School Children -09th June Focus on children from Slum areas-10th June Uploading of the data in CSE at mandal level - 11th June||05-06-2018 to 11.06.2018||9.00 A.M. to 11.00 A.M. 04.00 P.M to 06.00 P.M|
|4.||Issue of Admit Card ( as annexed to the Proceeding) and providing admissions to the children||04-06-2018 to 11-06-2018||9.00 A.M. to 06.00 P.M.|
Objective of “Mana Vooru-Mana Badi” Campaign
- To take up and complete admissions in schools for the academic year 2018-19 from 23rd April to 30th April 2018.
- Creating awareness among the parents, students and SMC members regarding opening of Parallel English Medium Sections at Class I
- To target the following categories of children for admission to Govt./MPP/ZP Primary, Upper Primary and High Schools
- Children completing 5 years of age from AWCs or others to be admitted in Class I.
- Children of the special focused groups i.e migrated, slum areas, deprived disadvantaged groups.
- Out of School Children ( Never enrolled Drop outs )
- Children residing in the vicinity of Model Primary Schools.
- Ensuring that, students who have completed Class V in Primary School to be admitted in class VI in Upper Primary / High Schools from 23rd April to 30th April, 2018
- Ensuring that students, who have completed Class VII/VIII are to be admitted in Class VIII/IX in High Schools from 23rd April to 30th April to reduce secondary level drop out.
- Ensuring that all the V Class / IX Class students who are targeted for Gnana Dhaara Programme to attend in the allotted centres.
- Creating awareness on Gnana Dhaara Summer Residential programme among all SMCs, students, teachers and parents.
- Creating awareness on incentives / schemes provided by the Government to the school aged children.
- To make aware the parents of students who are studying in private schools about the benefits being provided by the Government.
School Level Activity
- Details of 5 years completed children should be obtained from the local AWCs and other centres. Similarly details of the students completing 5th class in the Primary Schools and in the catchment area should be obtained.
- A meeting should be held with the AWWs and the parents of the children completing 5 years of age. They should be made aware of the benefits of joining the children in the Govt. Schools. They must be assured that good quality education will be provided to their wards.
- The Headmasters should be available from 9.00 am. to 6.00 p.m. along with one teacher for enrolling the students and reporting daily to higher authorities and uploading the details. For this purpose, the HM and one teacher will be paid @ Rs.250/-per day per Teacher per school and an amount of Rs.400/-per day for Headmaster per school should be paid. The expenditure should be incurred from SSA Funds at the District Level or from School Grants, where available. The details of admissions made should be entered in the Admissions Register.
- An admission card is to be issued to all the students getting admitted to the next class clearly indicating the class in which she/he shall be admitted in the next academic year 2018-19.
- HM should submit a report to the MEO on the admissions made in his/her respective school.
- All students successfully completing V Class in a Primary School should be admitted to the Upper Primary or High School by required coordination between the UP/High School HM and the Primary School HM/Teacher.
- The teacher should identify the catchment area around the school vicinity and ensure that maximum number of children is enrolled in the School.
- While making efforts for such enrolment, the HM/Teacher should enlist the support of School Management Committee Members, Local leaders, teachers and Head Masters of schools in the catchment area, NGOs, if any, working in the area, etc.
- After a thorough survey in the locality children studying in Government schools, children studying in Private schools, Drop out/Out of School children should be identified and all efforts made to admit them to the next class for the academic year 2018 –19.
- The Chairman and Convener should arrange for door to door campaign in the early hours of the day / evening hours with all stake holders at school level. Banners, Placards should be used for the door to door campaign highlighting the benefits provided by the Government to the school age children.
- The Brochure/ Pamphlets developed by SSA should be distributed to every parent.
- The Head Master should display the details of the children to be enrolled as entered in the register. He/She also should discuss with all stake holders the plan and procedure to admit the children in Government School.
- Post card campaign: Letters shall be drafted to the parents whose children are studying at private schools by the students by conveying the message about the effective academic activities of the school and inviting them to admit their children in the school.
- All the teachers are requested to participate in the campaign without deviating examination schedule on 23.04.2018 for better enrolment in their respective school.
- With all efforts in the campaign all are requested to ensure that the transition rate should be 100%.