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Central Government Disbursment Scheme (CGDS)

Ministry of Human Resource Development
DEMAND NO.59
Department of School Education and Literacy
A. The Budget allocations, net of recoveries and receipts, are given below:á
(Cost Rs. Crore)
Sr. No. Group/Sub Group/Sub Sub Group/Scheme/Sub Scheme/Programme/Sub Programme Actual 2011-2012 Budget 2012-2013 Revised 2012-2013 Budget 2013-2014
Plan Non-Plan Total Plan Non-Plan Total Plan Non-Plan Total Plan Non-Plan Total
1 Secretariat-Social Services[1] 0.00 4.77 4.77 0.00 5.65 5.65 0.00 5.42 5.42 0.00 6.06 6.06
General Education                        
  Elementary Education                        
2 Strengthening of Teachers Training Institutions[2] 365.24 0.00 365.24 450.00 0.00 450.00 249.00 0.00 249.00 449.39 0.00 449.39
3 Mahila Samakhya[3] 49.92 0.00 49.92 60.00 0.00 60.00 60.00 0.00 60.00 58.00 0.00 58.00
4 National Bal Bhawan, New Delhi[4] 3.65 5.88 9.53 12.60 7.14 19.74 4.90 6.83 11.73 7.20 7.66 14.86
5 National Programme of Mid Day Meals in Schools[5] 3593.01 0.00 3593.01 3707.55 0.00 3707.55 3578.49 0.00 3578.49 3917.50 0.00 3917.50
6 Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA)[6] 9001.65 0.00 9001.65 8292.64 0.00 8292.64 7324.89 0.00 7324.89 8079.20 0.00 8079.20
7 National Investment Fund 131.25 0.00 131.25 108.75 0.00 108.75 108.75 0.00 108.75 0.00 0.00 0.00
8 Transfer to Prarambhik Shiksha Kosh (PSK)[7] 18334.00 0.00 18334.00 21670.00 0.00 21670.00 20667.34 0.00 20667.34 24429.00 0.00 24429.00
9 Schemes financed from Prarambhik Shiksha Kosh (PSK) 18006.27 0.00 18006.27 21670.00 0.00 21670.00 20667.34 0.00 20667.34 24429.00 0.00 24429.00
10 Amount met from Prarambhik Shiksha Kosh (PSK) -18006.27 0.00 -18006.27 -21670.00 0.00 -21670.00 -20667.34 0.00 -20667.34 -24429.00 0.00 -24429.00
11 The Scheme for Providing Quality Education in Madrassas (SPQEM)[8] 139.53 0.00 139.53 157.50 0.00 157.50 177.50 0.00 177.50 157.50 0.00 157.50
12 The Scheme for Infrastructure Development in Minority Institutions (IDMI)[9] 48.44 0.00 48.44 45.00 0.00 45.00 23.39 0.00 23.39 45.00 0.00 45.00
Total-Elementary Education 31666.69 5.88 31672.57 34504.04 7.14 34511.18 32194.26 6.83 32201.09 37142.79 7.66 37150.45
  Secondary Education                        
13 National Council of Educational Research & Training[10] 21.79 198.05 219.84 13.50 212.70 226.20 10.53 176.54 187.07 13.50 228.30 241.80
14 Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan[11] 350.00 1885.00 2235.00 315.00 2086.24 2401.24 315.00 2104.34 2419.34 315.00 2249.24 2564.24
15 Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti[12] 1200.00 421.90 1621.90 1124.30 451.05 1575.35 1124.30 471.40 1595.70 1125.00 498.29 1623.29
16 Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (RMSA)[13] 2499.81 0.00 2499.81 2811.60 0.00 2811.60 2859.23 0.00 2859.23 3647.20 0.00 3647.20
17 Scheme for Setting up of 6000 Model Schools at Block Level as Bench Mark of Excellence[14] 1088.39 0.00 1088.39 972.00 0.00 972.00 686.51 0.00 686.51 900.00 0.00 900.00
18 Information & Communication Technology in Schools[15] 495.72 0.00 495.72 315.00 0.00 315.00 315.00 0.00 315.00 315.00 0.00 315.00
19 Inclusive Education for the Disabled at Secondary School (IEDSS)[16] 83.16 0.00 83.16 63.00 0.00 63.00 25.25 0.00 25.25 45.00 0.00 45.00
20 National Institute of Open Schooling[17] 8.50 0.00 8.50 0.10 0.00 0.10 0.03 0.00 0.03 0.10 0.00 0.10
21 Access and Equity[18] 0.15 0.00 0.15 0.10 0.00 0.10 0.03 0.00 0.03 0.00 0.00 0.00
22 Central Tibetan Schools Society Administration[19] 7.15 41.65 48.80 6.00 43.00 49.00 4.98 42.62 47.60 6.00 46.14 52.14
23 Vocationalisation of Education[20] 16.50 0.00 16.50 90.00 0.00 90.00 69.73 0.00 69.73 72.09 0.00 72.09
24 National Scheme for Incentive to Girls for Secondary Education (SUCCESS)[21] 163.17 0.00 163.17 90.00 0.00 90.00 90.00 0.00 90.00 90.00 0.00 90.00
25 Scheme for Construction and Running of Girls Hostels for Students of Secondary & Higher Secondary Schools[22] 194.70 0.00 194.70 405.00 0.00 405.00 282.80 0.00 282.80 405.00 0.00 405.00
26 Appointment of Language Teachers[23] 17.74 0.00 17.74 5.22 0.00 5.22 1.38 0.00 1.38 5.22 0.00 5.22
27 National Means-cum Merit Scholarship Scheme[24] 62.69 0.00 62.69 63.00 0.00 63.00 63.00 0.00 63.00 63.00 0.00 63.00
28 Other Programmes[25] 0.17 1.88 2.05 1.00 2.80 3.80 0.83 2.52 3.35 0.00 2.70 2.70
Total-Secondary Education 6209.64 2548.48 8758.12 6274.82 2795.79 9070.61 5848.60 2797.42 8646.02 7002.11 3024.67 10026.78
  Adult Education                        
29 Adult Education & Skill Development Scheme[26] 468.12 0.00 468.12 531.00 0.00 531.00 378.80 0.00 378.80 514.80 0.00 514.80
30 Support to NGOs/Institutions/SRCs for Adult. Education & Skill Development[27] 96.13 0.00 96.13 94.50 0.00 94.50 72.83 0.00 72.83 90.00 0.00 90.00
31 Directorate of Adult Education[28] 9.50 2.25 11.75 8.10 2.63 10.73 3.08 2.60 5.68 8.10 2.82 10.92
32 National Literacy Mission Authority[29] 0.15 0.00 0.15 1.80 0.07 1.87 0.69 0.03 0.72 1.80 0.03 1.83
33 Other Programmes[30] 0.00 0.42 0.42 0.00 0.72 0.72 0.00 0.70 0.70 0.00 0.76 0.76
Total-Adult Education 573.90 2.67 576.57 635.40 3.42 638.82 455.40 3.33 458.73 614.70 3.61 618.31
Total-General Education 38450.23 2557.03 41007.26 41414.26 2806.35 44220.61 38498.26 2807.58 41305.84 44759.60 3035.94 47795.54
34 Provision for Projects/Schemes for the Benefit of NE Areas and Sikkim 0.00 0.00 0.00 4554.74 0.00 4554.74 4230.74 0.00 4230.74 4899.40 0.00 4899.40
35 Actual Recoveries -370.68 0.00 -370.68 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
    -370.68 0.00 -370.68 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Grand Totalá 38079.55 2561.80 40641.35 45969.00 2812.00 48781.00 42729.00 2813.00 45542.00 49659.00 3042.00 52701.00
                           
C.Plan Outlay Budget Support IEBR Total Budget Support IEBR Total Budget Support IEBR Total Budget Support IEBR Total
1 General Education 38079.55 0.00 38079.55 41414.26 0.00 41414.26 38498.26 0.00 38498.26 44759.60 0.00 44759.60
2 North Eastern Areas 0.00 0.00 0.00 4554.74 0.00 4554.74 4230.74 0.00 4230.74 4899.40 0.00 4899.40
Total 38079.55 0.00 38079.55 45969.00 0.00 45969.00 42729.00 0.00 42729.00 49659.00 0.00 49659.00
Source: Ministry of Finance, Govt. of India

[1]
Secretariat:..Provides for Secretariat expenditure
[2]
Strengthening of Teachers Training Institutions:..The Centrally Sponsored Scheme of Restructuring and Reorganization of Teacher Education was initiated in 1987 pursuant to the formulation of the National Policy on Education, 1986. The Scheme was revised in March, 2012. The Scheme envisages integration of teacher education with the overall education development in the States in keeping with the mandate of RTE. It will also help in the expansion of the capacity of the Teacher Education Institutions especially in some of the deficit States of East and North-Eastern Region and also address the problem of large number of un-trained teachers. The Scheme will also help in expanding the institutional capacity so as to provide in-service training for Secondary School Teachers in the light of RMSA and also help in linking Elementary Teacher Education with the Higher Education System. Central assistance is extended to States/UTs for civil works, purchase of equipments, pay and allowances, training and research programmes, etc. The funding pattern will be in the ration of 75:25 for all States/UTS (90:10 for NER States including Sikkim).
[3]
Mahila Samakhya Programme:..The Mahila Samakhya Scheme was started in pursuance of the objectives enshrined in the National Policy on Education (NPE), 1986 to initiate a programme for the education and empowerment of women in rural areas, particularly those from socially and economically marginalized groups. The scheme is currently being implemented in eleven States viz. Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Kerala, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Uttaranchal, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh.
[4]
National Bal Bhawan, New Delhi:..National Bal Bhawan (NBB), New Delhi established by the Government of India in 1956 at the initiative of the first Prime Minister of India, Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru, is an autonomous body fully financed by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of School Education and Literacy. National Bal Bhawan has been contributing towards achieving creativity amongst children in the age group of 5 -16 years, especially those from weaker sections of the society.
[5]
National Programme of Mid-Day Meals in Schools:..With a view to enhancing enrolment, retention and attendance and simultaneously improving nutritional levels among children, the National Programme of Nutritional Support to Primary Education was launched as a centrally sponsored scheme on 15th August 1995,initially in 2408 Blocks in the country. Gradually, it has been expanded to cover children at primary level in all Blocks in the country. In October 2007 the scheme was further revised to cover children in upper primary level (Classes VI to VIII) in 3479 educationally backward blocks. From 2008-09 onwards the programme covers all children study in class I to VIII in all areas across the country.
[6]
Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA):..Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) is a flagship programme of Government of India being implemented in partnership with the States/UT Governments for universalisation of elementary education in the country. The SSA covers all districts in the country in order to ensure access, retention and quality improvement in elementary education. The sharing of expenditure between the Center and the States during the 10th Plan was on 75:25 basis. For XI Plan period the funding pattern has been revised as: 65:35 for the first two years of Plan, 60:40 for the third year, 55:45 for the fourth year and 50:50 thereafter. In respect of 8 North-Eastern States, the funding pattern is 90:10 with the central share resourced from the 10% earmarked funds for the NE Region from the SSA's Central Budget. However, with the operationalisation of RTE Act w.e.f 1.4.2010, the funding pattern in respect of RTE-SSA programme for the period 2010-11 to 2014-15 has been revised as 65:35 for States/Union Territories other than NE States.For the 8 North Eastern States, the existing fund sharing pattern of 90:10 between the Centre and States would continue.
[7]
Prarambhik Shiksha Kosh:..Following the imposition of the Education Cess @ 2% on all major Central Taxes through the Finance (No.2) Act, 2004, Prarambhik Shiksha Kosh (PSK) was established with effect from 14.11.2005 as a dedicated non-lapsable fund to receive the proceeds of the Education Cess. The accounting modalities/procedure for operation of PSK has been agreed to by the Office of the Comptroller & Auditor General of India. Notification/Resolution dated 30th August, 2006 regarding setting up of PSK has been published in the Gazette of India.
[8]
The Schemes for Providing Quality Education in Madrassa (SPQEM):..The scheme seeks to bring about quality improvement in Madrassa to enable Muslim children to attain standards of the National Education System in formal Education Subject
[9]
The Scheme for Infrastructure Development in Minority Institutions (IDMI):..Area Intensive and Madrassa Modernization programme has been revised as the scheme for Infrastructure Development in Minority Institutions (IDMI) with effect from December 2008. The scheme would facilitate education of minorities by augmenting and strengthening school infrastructure in Minority Institutions in order to expand facilities to children of minority communities.
[10]
National Council of Educational Research & Training (NCERT):..National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) was set up in 1961 by the Government of India as an autonomous organization to advise and assist the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India and Departments of Education in States/UTs in formulation and implementation of their policies and major programmes including finalization of National Curriculum Framework (NCF) in the field of Education particularly for qualitative improvement in School Education. From the year 2006-07, the scheme of Quality Improvement in Schools having the components of National Population Education Programme (NPEP), Environmental Orientation to Schools, Introduction to Yoga in Schools and International Science Olympiad have been transferred to NCERT for implementation
[11]
Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS):..Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan was set up in 1965, as a registered body, wholly financed by Government to establish, control and manage Kendriya Vidyalayas, the main objective of which is to meet the educational needs of the children of transferable Central Government employees
[12]
Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti (NVS):..In pursuance of National Policy on Education (NPE)- 1986 (as modified in 1992) on setting up of pace setting residential schools where good quality education could be imparted to the talented children from rural areas, a Central Scheme was launched by the Government of India in 1986 to set up Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas (JNVs) in each district of the country. These JNVs are run by an autonomous organization, the Navodaya Vidyalayas Samiti (NVS) established in 1986 under Registration of Societies Act, 1860.
[13]
Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksya Abhiyan ( RMSA ):..As a follow-up to the implementation of the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) leading to a massive increase in the number of students completing upper primary level, it has been felt necessary to meet the increased demand for access to Secondary Education. Accordingly, a new scheme, Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksya Abhiyan (RMSA) was launched in March, 2009. Implementation of the scheme has commenced in 2009-10.
[14]
Scheme for setting up of 6000 Model Schools at Block level as Bench Mark of Excellence:..Subsequent to the Independence Day speech on 15th August, 2007, the scheme for setting up of 6000 model Schools at the rate of one school per block was launched in 2009-10. Out of these, 3,500 schools are to set up through State/UT Government in educationally backward block (EBBS) and remaining 2,500 schools are to be set up under PPP mode in blocks which are not educationally backward. The implementation of State sector component of this scheme has been initiated from 2009-10 and PPP component from 2012-13.
[15]
Information and Communication Technology in Schools (ICT in Schools):..A Centrally Sponsored Scheme namely Information and Communication Technology in Schools (ICT) @ Schools was launched in 2006 by merging the existing Schemes of Computer Literacy and Studies in Schools (CLASS) and Educational Technology (ET) with a view to promote computer aided learning in the Government & Government aided Secondary & Higher Secondary Schools with particular emphasis on rural sector to bridge the digital divide between the rural & urban areas. Under the ICT scheme Central assistance is 75%. The balance 25% of funds are contributed by the State Governments/UTs or funds from the MPLAD scheme in addition or as an alternative to State Government contribution. Assistance is provided to special category States namely North Eastern states, Jammu & Kashmir, Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh in the ratio of 90:10. The scheme has been revised with the approval of CCEA on 9th January,2010
[16]
Inclusive Education for Disabled at Secondary Schools (IEDSS):..A new scheme of Inclusive Education for Disabled at Secondary Stage (IEDSS) is being implemented from April, 2009 for assisting inclusive education of disabled children in classes 9-12. Assistance for all items covered in the scheme will be on 100 percentage basis. State Governments are also required to provide top up of..`600 per annum for each child..
[17]
National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS):..The National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS), earlier called National Open School (NOS) was established in 1989. Main objective of NIOS is to provide distance education through its academic, life enrichment and vocational courses and programmes from primary to pre-degree level. It provides education through an open learning system at school stage as an alternative to the formal system
[18]
Access & Equity:..The scheme has been discontinued
[19]
Central Tibetan Schools Society Administration:..Central Tibetan Schools Society Administration (CTSA) was established as an Autonomous organization in the year 1961. The main objective of the CTSA is to provide free education to the children of Tibetan refugees scattered in different remote areas in our country. CTSA has 79 schools
[20]
Vocationalisation of education:..The Centrally Sponsored Scheme (CSS) 'Vocationalisaion of Secondary Education' was launched in 1988, to be implemented through State/UTs and NGOs/VA in the formal and non-formal sector respectively in Classes XI-XII. The revised scheme, as approved by CCEA on 15.9.2011, aims to strengthen vocational education in Classes XI-XII. The components approved include strengthening of 1000 existing vocational schools and establishment of 100 new vocational schools through State Governments, assistance to 500 vocational schools under PPP mode, teacher and development of 250 competency based modules for each individual vocational course. Pilots in Class IX for the National Vocational Education Qualifications Framework (NVEQF) have also been approved within the scheme for the states of Haryana and West Bengal.
[21]
National Scheme for Incentive to the Girl Child for Secondary Education:..Pursuant to the announcement made by the Finance Minister while presenting the budget for 2006-07 the scheme for providing incentives to girls pursuing Secondary Education has been launched in 2008-09. The objective of the Scheme is to establish an enabling environment to reduce the drop-outs and to promote the enrolment of girl child belonging to SC/ST communities in secondary schools and ensure their retention
[22]
Scheme for construction and running of Girls Hostels for students of Secondary and Higher Secondary Schools:..A new scheme has been launched for creation of girls' hostel facilities for secondary level students. Under the proposed scheme, one girls' hostel is to be established in each educationally backward block (about 3500 in all). The hostels will be located in KGBVs wherever feasible and these will be upgraded as residential secondary schools based on their viability
[23]
Appointment of Language Teachers:..The financial assistance under the scheme is given for appointment of Hindi Teachers in schools in non-Hindi speaking States/UTs, Urdu teachers in any locality where more than 25% of the population is from Urdu speaking community and Modern Indian Language Teachers to teach a third language in those schools of Hindi speaking States/ UTs that demand them
[24]
National Means cum Merit Scholarship Scheme:..National Means-cum-Merit Scholarship Scheme launched in 2008 provides for one lakh Scholarship of..`6000/- per annum (`500/- per month) at class IX stage which continue upto class XII subject to fulfillment of eligibility criteria. The objective of the scheme is to award scholarships to meritorious students of economically weaker sections to arrest their drop-out at class VIII and encourage them to continue the secondary stage i.e. is upto class XII...
[25]
Other Programmes:..These include provision for National Awards to Teachers
[26]
Adult Education & Skill Development Scheme:..The existing schemes of Literacy Campaigns & Operation Restoration and Continuing Education for Neo- Literates have been merged into one single scheme of Adult Education & Skill Development and now known as Saakshar Bharat programme that will cover both the existing schemes
[27]
Support to NGOs/ Institutions/ SRCs for Adult Education & Skill Development:..This new scheme assimilates the two existing schemes of Support to NGOs in the field of Adult Education and Jan Shikshan Sansthan (JSS). Under the scheme, financial support will be provided to NGOs for imparting literacy to adult non-literates in the age group of 15-35 years. The State Resource Centres (SRCs) managed by the NGOs also receive support under this programme
[28]
Directorate of Adult Education:..Directorate of Adult Education (DAE) has been functioning as the National Resource Center in the field of Adult Education. The Directorate was set up as subordinate office of the Department of Elementary Education & Literacy under the Ministry of Human Resource Development to provide academic and technical resource support to various government and non-government agencies implementing Adult Education Programme in the country. The DAE is fully funded by the Central Government
[29]
National Literacy Mission Authority (NLMA):..National Literacy Mission Authority was set up in 1988 as an autonomous wing of the Department of School Education & Literacy for implementation of the programmes of the National Literacy Mission
[30]
Other Programmes:..Provision for Adult Education Centre, Delhi
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