Heads of all the Recognised Schools are requested to render all sorts of co-operation and to release the Teachers of the School to make the Training Programme successful.
Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan
RMSA is a joint venture of School Education Department and Literacy of the Ministry of Human Resource Development to achieve Universal Access and Quality Secondary Education.
The Award proposes to felicitate those teachers who have contributed in enhancing student learning by effectively and innovatively integrating technology supported learning into the schools curriculam.
To equip the girls with some life skills and defence skills so that they can avert any kind of untoward situation at least at the first instances.
Learning science with the help of experimentation, project method and model preparation is more effective than only through reading science text book and cramming rules of nature.
An initiative called ‘Sankhalaghu Shiksha Utkarsha Abhiyan’ (Improvement of under achievers belonging to Minority Community) has been taken up this year in 6 Districts of West Bengal.
To lessen drop-outs, enhancing participation of first generation learner and discovery of talent among the children who could have lost in oblivion in monotonous teaching learning process.
State Planning Team of RMSA has proposed to take up a pilot project of enhancement of learning standard of SC/ST students at the end of class IX, so that these students can do well in M.P. Examination in the forth coming year.
Utilization Certificate along with photographs is to be sent to the State Project Office, RMSA through DRO, RMSA after the completion of the work.
The fund of Rs. 50,000/- is placed directly to the Heads of the Institutions. The funds placed will be utilized on approval of the Managing Committee of the school.
Annual Grant, Civil Grant, Dalit Shiksha Utkarsha Abhiyan, Provision of Sports Equipment to schools, Sankhalaghu Utkarsha Abhiyan, Science Exhibition & Book Fair, Self Defence activities for Girls.