Parliamentary Roundup – Teacher scarcity, NOC for CBSE colleges, Data on GER & edu expenditure as % of GDP
A spherical up of contemporary solutions via the Minstry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) to questions raised within the Lok Sabha, when it comes to training.
Details on the lack of faculty academics in India (state-sensible)
Out of 19.84 lakh sanctioned instructor posts underneath SSA, 14.eight lakh academics were recruited and some other five.04 lakh are but to be recruited as on Sep, 30, 2013. Bihar (1.75 lakh to be recruited) and U.P (1.24 lakh) are the farthest in the back of.
(Source: Lok Sabha Starred Question No. 188 Answered on 18.12.2013)
On use of NCERT vs non-public publishers’ textbooks in CBSE colleges
“The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has, since 2005-06, directed all its affiliated schools to refrain from recommending the books of private publishers in different subjects at the senior secondary level. The CBSE now prescribes only the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) published books for classes IX to XII.”
(Source: Lok Sabha UnStarred Question No. 2101 Answered on 18.12.2013
On the requirement of an NOC from the State Government involved for association of a personal faculty with CBSE NOC from the State Government involved for association of a personal faculty with CBSE.
“The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) now not calls for an NOC from the State Government. CBSE has amended its Affiliation Bye-Laws which state that the varsity in the hunt for provisional association with the Board should have prior popularity of the State/UT Government. The applicant School has to additionally produce proof to this impact that that they had intimated the involved Education Department of the State/UT in regards to the utility made to the CBSE for in the hunt for association with the Board. In case of receipt of any objection throughout the method of utility of the varsity, the Board would possibly ask the involved faculty to provide the No Objection Certificate from the State/UT Government. Otherwise it will be assumed that involved State/UT Government has no objection.
The newly amended provision guarantees authentication of the info and credentials of the personal faculty as the applicant faculty is needed to hunt popularity from the State/UT Government previous to filing its utility for in the hunt for association from the Board. The Board additionally bodily inspects the applicant faculty to evaluate its suitability ahead of the grant of association.”
(Source: Lok Sabha UnStarred Question No. 2140 Answered on 18.12.2013)
On the proposal to open Kendriya Vidyalayas (KVs) underneath the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) mode; the norms laid down for opening of KVs within the nation; the quantity of KVs functioning within the nation at the side of the scholars enrolled in those KVs, State/ UT-sensible
“The Board of Governors of Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS) in its 91st meeting held on 19.01.2012 has taken a policy decision that the scheme of opening of new Kendriya Vidyalayas under the Public Private Parternership (PPP mode) is not in line with the mandate of the KVS.”
(Source: Lok Sabha UnStarred Question No. 2199 Answered on 18.12.2013)
“Presently 1091 KVs are functioning in the country.” – State/UT-sensible main points at the side of enrollment knowledge and norms for opening new KVs.
(Source: Lok Sabha UnStarred Question No. 1115 Answered on 11.12.2013)
Detailed knowledge on the gross-enrolment price* (GER) of youngsters in number one, higher-number one, secondary and senior secondary ranges within the nation throughout 2008-09 to 2010-11, state-sensible, yr-sensible and gender-sensible.
For India as an entire, GER is
- 116.7 on the Primary degree (Class I-V);
- 83.1 on the Upper Primary degree (Class VI-VIII);
- 60.eight on the Secondary degree (Class IX-X) and
- 36.1 on the Senior Secondary Level (Class XI-XII)
(Source: Lok Sabha UnStarred Question No. 2296 Answered on 18.12.2013)
On the entire executive expenditure on Education (Centre + States) as a share of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) throughout final 3 years, comparability with the similar figures for different nations and why the objective of spending no less than 6% of GDP hasn’t been completed.
Overall executive expenditure on Education (Centre + States) as a share of Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
- three.95% – 2009-10
- four.20% – 2010-11 (Revised Estimate)
- four.17% – 2011-12 (Budget Estimate)
“As in keeping with the figures revealed via the UNESCO Institute of Statistics (UIS) in its e-newsletter titled, “Global Education Digest 2012”, the proportion of training in Gross Domestic Product in another nations have been U.S.A.(five.four%), U.Ok.(five.6%), Japan (three.eight%), Australia (five.1%), Russian Federation (four.1%), Egypt (three.eight%), Azerbaijan (three.2%), Georgia (three.2%), Tajikistan (four.zero%), Hong Kong SAR of China (three.6 %), Thailand (three.eight%), Peru (2.7%), Jamaica (6.1%), Pakistan (2.four%), Bangladesh (2.2%), Ethiopia (four.7%), United Republic of Tanzania (6.2%) and Zambia (1.three%) throughout 2010.
During the XII Five Year Plan, the Ministry of Human Resource Development were allotted a sum of Rs.four,53,728 crore (Rs.three,43,028 crore for the Department of School Education & Literacy and Rs.1,10,700 crore for the Department of Higher Education) as in comparison to precise expenditure in XI Five Year Plan which used to be Rs.1,77,566.86 crore (Rs.1,37,920.04 crore for the Department of School Education & Literacy and Rs.39,646.82 crore for Department of Higher Education). This build up in central plan outlay for training represents an overly really extensive effort on the phase of the Central Government for elevating public spending on training in opposition to the nationwide objective of spending 6% of GDP for training. Overall growth in opposition to this objective, would on the other hand, additionally rely on the efforts made via the States and the personal sector.
This build up in central plan outlay for training represents an overly really extensive effort on the phase of the Central Government for elevating public spending on training in opposition to the nationwide objective of spending 6% of GDP for training. Overall growth in opposition to this objective, would on the other hand, additionally rely on the efforts made via the States and the personal sector.”
(Source: Lok Sabha UnStarred Question No. 1085 Answered on 11.12.2013)