RMSA MODEL SCHOOL NATIONAL INCENTIVE SCHEME FOR GIRLS

Up-gradation of middle schools to high schools and strengthening of existing Improve the quality of existing schools and provide them with annual grants.




RASHTRIYA MADHYAMIK SHISHA ABHIYAAN (RMSA)

 Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan scheme is an initiative of Government of India, launched in March 2009. The objective of this scheme is to improve the status and quality of secondary school education. RMSA aims to remove gender, socio-economic and disability barriers, providing universal access to secondary level education by 2020.RMSA made it mandatory for all secondary schools to conform to prescribed norms.
Noor society Jammu Kashmir implemented RMSA Jammu & Kashmir in 2009.
The objective of the Scheme is to cover all Government and government-aided secondary and higher secondary schools by giving priority for early coverage of schools in educationally backward blocks and in areas having a concentration of SC/ST/minority/weaker section.



ENCLOSURES OF RMSA SCHEME:

Up-gradation of middle schools to high schools and strengthening of existing Improve the quality of existing schools and provide them with annual grants.

Inclusive Education for all students and remove Disabled Students at Secondary Stage (IEDSS).


Model Schools.

Girls Hostels.

Incentive for SC/ST girls and Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya (KGBV) pass-outs.

National Merit cum Means scholarship.

SCHEMES TO SUPPORT RMSA MISION IN STATE:

INCENTIVE TO GIRLS FOR SECONDARY EDUCATION
National Scheme of Incentives to Girls for Secondary Education is a centrally sponsored scheme launched in Jammu And Kashmir State in May 2008.

OBJECTIVE
National Scheme of Incentives to Girls aims to promote enrolment of girl child in the age group of 14-18 at secondary stage, especially those who passed Class VIII and to encourage the secondary education of such girls.

ELIGIBILITY
§  All SC/ST girls who pass class VIII examination and all the girls who pass class VIII examination from Kastrurba Gandhi Balika Vidyalayas (irrespective of whether they belong to Scheduled Castes or Tribes) and enroll for class IX in State/UT Government, Government-aided or local body schools in the academic year 2008-09 onwards.

§  Girls should be below 16 years of age (as on 31st March) on joining class IX.


NOTE: ALL MARRIED GIRLS AND GIRLS STUDYING IN PRIVATE UN-AIDED AND ENROLLED SCHOOLS RUN BY CENTRAL GOVERNMENT ARE EXCLUDED


FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE:

Under National Scheme of Incentives to Girls A sum of Rs.3, 000/- is deposited in the name of eligible girls as fixed deposit. The girls are entitled to withdraw the sum along with interest thereon on reaching 18 years of age and on passing 10th class examination.

Model School

Model School Scheme was launched in Jammu And Kashmir State in 2009-10.
The scheme aims to provide quality education to talented rural children through setting up of Model Schools as benchmark of excellence at block level at the rate of one school per block.

OBJECTIVES

§  To have at least one good quality senior secondary school in every block
§  To try out innovative curriculum and pedagogy.
§  To be a model in infrastructure, curriculum, evaluation and school governance

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
§  Education should be on Kendriya Vidyalaya Pattern.
§  Minimum land requirement 5 acres.
§  Centralized location in Educationally Backward Block (EBB)..
§  Construction cost per Model School is 36.2 million.
§  Funding pattern 90:10.

Girls-Hostel Scheme

Girls Hostel Scheme was launched in Jammu Kashmir state in 2009-10 to set up a 100-bedded Girls’ Hostel in each of 97 Educationally Backward Blocks (EBBs) in the J&K.

OBJECTIVES
 To retain the girl child in secondary school so that girl students are not denied the opportunity to continue their schooling due to distance to school or financial affordability and other connected societal factors.

Girls Hostel Scheme aims to make Secondary and Senior Secondary education accessible to a larger number of girl students.

Target Group

·        Girl student should be in the age group of 14-18 years studying in classes IX and XII.

·        Girl student should be belonging to SC/ST, OBC, Minority communities and BPL families.


NOTE: At least 50% of girls admitted will be from SC, ST, OBC and Minority communities.


Pass outs of KGBV will be given preference in admission in hostels.



Information Communication Technology (ICT@ School)

The Information Communication Technology Scheme is a major catalyst to bridge the digital divide amongst students of various socio economic and other geographical barriers. The scheme currently covers both Government and Government aided Secondary and Higher Secondary Schools. Financial assistance is provided for procurement of computers and peripherals, educational software, training of teachers, development of e-contents, Internet connectivity & set up of smart schools.

The sharing pattern will be 75.25 between the Centre and the State except for the north eastern States including Sikkim where the ration would on 90.10

OBJECTIVES
  • The objective of the Scheme is to cover all Government and government aided secondary and higher secondary schools by giving priority for early coverage of schools in educationally backward blocks and in areas having concentration of SC/ST/minority/weaker section.
·         Under RMSA scheme centre government partners with State Government and Union Territories Administrations for providing computer aided education to Secondary and Higher Secondary Government and Government aided schools.

§  Under the revised scheme, there is a provision of a suitably qualified full time computer teacher in each secondary and higher secondary school. In case of higher secondary school having computer related subjects as elective, there would be need for a post graduate in computers teacher.
§  There are provisions for in-service (induction and refresher) training for all teachers in secondary and higher secondary schools to enable them to impart ICT enabled teaching.
§  Convergence with the existing programme would be essential especially in teacher training and ensuring reliable power supply and internet connectivity.


CONTACT ETAILS:
                                    SRINAGAR(MAY-OCTOBER)
                                    BEHIND BONE & JOINT HOSPITAL
                                    BHAGAT-I-BARZULLA, RAWATPORA, SRINAGAR
                                    PHONE: 0194-2338135, 23384271.
                                    JAMMU (NOVEMBER - APRIL)
                                    OPPOSITE GURDWARA, N.H. BY PASS ROAD
                                      CHANNI RAMA, JAMMU
                                       PHONE: 0191-2467421, 2467135
EMAIL:jkrmsa@gmail.com
                                 DEPARTMENT OF SCHOOL, EDUCATION & LITERACY
                                    SHASTRI BHAWAN, NEW DELHI-11001
                                 PHONE: 91-11-233833936-/44
EMAIL: dsel-mhrd@nic.in




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