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   Importance of Planning under SSA

  • SSA adopts “the bottom-up” approach in planning
  • Involvement of local people & stake holders in planning
  • Reflection of local specificity
  • Habitation as a unit of planning
  • Involvement of community in planning leads to ownership

   Planning – Definitions :

  • It’s a Process for identifying the needs that exists in a particulars area for achieving specific goals, evolving strategies to address them and proposing suitable activities as per the strategies.
  • It’s to review the present scenario to identify the needs and propose interventions to fill the gaps in order to achieve the goals of the programme.

Types of Planning :

   Perspective Plan :

  • It is prepared based on the present position and goals to be achieved
  • It is a plan for Universalization within the time frame
  • Proposes interventions over a long period

  Annual Plan :

  • Prioritized plan in the light of the likely available resources
  • It has to be prepared every year based on the time frame fixed in Perspective Plan.
  • Proposes interventions for a year

Planning done at three levels:

  • Habitation Level
  • Mandal Level
  • District Level

Provisions under SSA:

  • Opening of Education Guarantee Scheme Centers (EGS) and schools.
  • Providing teachers to new schools and existing schools
  • Providing teacher grant, school grant and maintenance grant
  • Providing part-time instructors to schools in physical education, art education and work education
  • Providing in-service teacher training
  • Construction of additional classrooms
  • Providing drinking water and toilet facilities
  • Innovative activity – Girls Education, ECE, SC/ST Education, Minority and Urban Deprived Education and Computer Aided Learning (CAL)
  • Training to community leaders.
  • Opening of KGBVs to continue girls education.
  • Providing uniforms to the children of weaker sections
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