Monday, November 30, 2020

Official announcement of recruitment in the Samagra Shiksha Abhiyan |SSA recruitment 2020

 The main objective of Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan is to provide free, compulsory and quality education to all children in the age group of 9 to 12 years. This is why you never went to school in the area around you.

The enrollment of all children including those with special needs (disability) who have dropped out of school except completing Std-8 is to provide stabilization of education and provide quality primary education.The details of the activities carried out under Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan are as follows.

Survey: Every year during the month of November to December, children with special needs are identified from school level by school management committee, local body and taluka level project staff for identification of special needs children. In addition, dice data is also collected in October. In which the details of the children studying in the school are obtained.
  • School Admission: All out-of-school special needs children identified in the survey are admitted to the nearest school on an age-appropriate basis during the admissions ceremony.
  • Books: Braille textbooks are given to the children of Pragnyachakshu Std. 6 to 8 under Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan. Large print books / magnified lenses are also provided to low vision children.
  • Transport / Escort Allowance: As per the budget provision, the school management committee allocates the account of the child's guardian on the basis of attendance to the children with multiple disabilities from Std. 1 to 8 to attend school regularly.
  • Resource Room: Children with special needs studying in Std-1 to 8 schools in taluka level resource rooms one day in a week, therapy for special needs children by specialists. (E.g. Psychologist, Physiotherapist) and guidance is provided.
  • Equipment Assistance: As per the budget provision of that year, assessment is done to the children of Std.
  • Guardian / SMC Training: SM for the development of children with special needs as well as for the necessary coordination. C. members and parents of the children are trained by experts at the taluka level resource room. In which parents are trained in subjects like health, therapy, socialization.
  • Teacher Training: In order to increase the inclusion of children with special needs in primary schools from Std. 1 to 8, teachers are given training in curriculum and class practice according to the number of children in stages.
  • Celebration of Special Day: In order to increase the inclusion of children of Std. 1 to 8 with special needs, different days (Braille Day, World Disability Day, Special Khel Mahakumbh) are celebrated at the taluka level.
  • Corrective surgery: Minor corrective surgery is performed on children in need under the coordination of the health department.
  • Toll-free helpline: Toll-free helpline service has been started at all state offices and district offices for the guidance of parents, children and teachers. The number of the state office is: 1500-6-9.

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