New Syllabus National Secondary Education Campaign STD 11h
The objective of the National Secondary Education Campaign (RSMA) is to expand and improve the standards of secondary education – Classes 9 to 10. National Secondary Education Campaign by specifying a secondary school (up to class 10) within an area of 5 km for each adjoining country. Will also take secondary education to the corner. The National Secondary Education Campaign (RMSA) is the latest initiative of the Government of India to achieve the goal of Universalization of Secondary Education (USE).
The Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan was set up by the government to bring elementary education to millions of children which has been hugely successful and hence the need to strengthen the structure of secondary education across the country. The campaign (RMSA) is also said to have launched plans to implement it at a total cost of Rs.20,120 crore during the 11th Plan.
Std. Matter of providing supplementary literature (exemplar) for students from 9th to 12th.
According to the above subject, due to the current Koro epidemic, it is not possible to start educational work by calling students in schools. Therefore, students are being imparted home based education through various mediums under home learning program.
In the current situation, if students are given supplementary literature along with the textbook, students can stay at home and practice more. Soft copy of supplementary literature (Exemplar) of Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Mathematics subject in Std-9 and 10 Mathematics-Science subjects and Std-11 and 12 Science streams prepared by Gujarat State School Textbook Board, Gandhinagar for this purpose. In PDF format which is sent by the office here on the first Saturday of every month as per the syllabus of that month. The research is accompanied by a soft copy (PDF) of the October Supplementary Literature (Example) attached.
Through teachers Std. 9 and 10 and Std. 11 and 12 (science stream) students are asked to deliver. Students are asked to make necessary arrangements at your level to ensure proper guidance on the use of this literature.
Responsibility for the expansion of public and distance learning will be undertaken, especially for those who cannot pursue full-time secondary education and for the addition / growth of oral instruction. The system will also play an important role in the education of out-of-school children.
Institutional reforms and strengthening of resource institutions
- 1. To make necessary administrative reforms in each state will be a pre-requisite for central assistance. These include institutional reforms.
- 2. School Management Improvements – Improves the performance of schools by decentralizing their management and accountability
- 3. Adoption of equitable policy of teacher recruitment, employment, training, compensation and career development
- 4. Responsibility for reforms in educational administration including modernization / management and representation / decentralization
- 5. Provision of necessary business and educational advancements in the secondary education system at all levels, i.e., above the school level; And
- 6. Simplify financial processes for rapid flow of funds and their optimal utilization
- 7. Necessary strengthening of resource institutions at various levels, e.g.
- 8. At the national level, NCERT (Included RIEs), NUEPA and NIOS
- 9. SCERTs at state level, state public schools, SIEMATs, etc., and
10. Under the centrally-sponsored scheme of teacher education, university departments of permanent education, reputed institutes on science / social sciences / humanities, and colleges of teacher education (CTEs) / institutes of progressive studies in education (IASEs)
Inclusion of Panchayat Raj
The involvement of Panchayat Raj and Municipal Boards in the management of secondary education, community, teachers, elders and other partners in the management of secondary education will be ensured in the planning process, implementation, monitoring and evaluation through bodies like school management committees and elder-teacher associations.
The government operates four centrally sponsored schemes
(i) ICT To provide assistance to state governments for computer education and computer aided education in schools, secondary and higher secondary schools.
(ii) Integrated Education for Disabled Children (IEDC) to assist State Governments and NGOs in primarily segregating children with disabilities in school education
(iii) strengthening food and hostel facilities for female students of secondary and higher secondary schools (admission and fairness) to provide support to NGOs for running girls hostels in rural areas, and Quality Improvement in Schools which includes provision of assistance to State Governments for introduction of Yoga in schools, improvement of science education in schools, environmental education and population education to support International Science Olympiads. All these schemes, in current or modified forms, New schemes will be implemented.