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  1. Badrinath,Puri,Dwarka,Rameswaram Badrinath,Puri,Dwarka,Rameswaram

  2. Uttaranchal District Map’13 districts,15670 villages,81 cities Uttaranchal District Map

  3. Champawat 1615 m above sea level. • 76 kms(Pithoragarh)-Tanakpur,Chand dynaysty • Natural beauty, Baleshwar ,Nagnath temples • 'Ek Hathiya Ka Naula', one handed artisan. • Golla Devta (Gorilla Chaur ) • Lord Vishnu 'Kurma avatar' (incarnation as tortoise). Mt. Kandev. • Jim Corbett (1st decade ,20th century ,hunt for man-eating tigers. Lakes, Parks,

  4. Nutritional Support to Primary Education (15 August, 1995, National Programme of,School Meal Programme) , • Boost to UEE ,increasing enrolment, retention and attendance in primary classes by supplementing nutritional requirements. throughout the country in a very short period. (100 gms of food grains per school day, in classes I-V) • 1995-96, 378 districts, 225,000 schools and 33.5 million children ,( Rs. 4,412 million). • 1996-97, 55.4 million children ,Rs. 8,110 million. • 1997-98 ,110 million children.

  5. Hotels in UA

  6. A CHAMPAWAT DISTRICT

  7. Baleshwar Temple, Champawat, BUILT BETWEEN 10TH -12TH AD

  8. NAINITAL LAKE AND HILLS ..

  9. Jim Corbett ParkElephants Family in the jungle

  10. Jim Corbett National Park India Drinking Water -

  11. JIM CORBETT PARKRyno & Tiger

  12. Valley of Flower National Park

  13. CHARDHAM YATRA (KailashYatra) Badrinath,Puri,Dwarka,Rameswaram

  14. YAMANOTRI(Origin of Yamuna)

  15. GANGOTRI(Origin of Ganga) • Gangotri

  16. KedarnathTEMPLE • Kedarnath

  17. BADRINATH TEMPLE • Badrinath

  18. Names & qualifications, teachers classes, subjects teaching.: • ) MANOJ SINGH BORA, B.SC. ;MAINLY MATHS TO ALL CLASSES ,OTHER DUTIES. • II) SUNITA NEGI, M.A. , ENGLISH TO FROM 2ND TO 5TH , OTHER DUTIES. • III) VIBHA RASHYRA ,B.A., HINDI AND SOCIAL SCIENCES., OTHER DUTIES TO ALL THE CLASSES

  19. Students with cataract ,What is the situation with this student now? • PARENTS OF THE CHILD COULD NOT TAKE HIM TO NAINITAL, ( ~ 150 MILES AWAY). • AN EYE CAMP HAS BEEN SCHEDULED IN FIRST WEEK OF MARCH AT CHAMPAWAT ITSELF; IF THE PARENTS OF THE CHILD AGREE, HE WILL BE OPERATED IN THE CHAMPAWAT CAMP .

  20. Is the library room inside the school compound • YES, THE BOOKS HAVE BEEN ARRANGED IN THE SCHOOL • Does the grantmoney cover the salary of the part-time librarian? • YES, IT COVERS.

  21. computer being Used foradministrative or teaching? within the school premises? • NO ADMINISTRATIVE WORK • TO TEACH THE STUDENTS ONLY, BY VISITING FACULTY; MR MANOJ AND MRS RASHYARA ARE COMPUTER LITERATE AND • some CDs to be sent, with nursery rhymes also. • The pole from the government and internal wiring has been completed in the school from funds donated by Dr Bishts brother.

  22. State of construction 3 rooms committed? Will they be added in the current school year, before the 2006-07 school year? • THE PROMISES ,to begin APRIL 1 2006. • HOPEFUL TO GET SOME CONSTRUCTION BY MARCH 2007; THE WORK WILL HAVE TO BE DONE BY GOVT. CHANNELS;PWD ETC, DUE ALLOCATION FOR THE BUDGET IS DONE BY THE APPROVING AUTHORITY. THE PROCESS WILL HAVE TO BE INITIATED BY US IN APRIL 2006.

  23. .What kind of a science room do in a primary?How much in the school curriculum? • THE SCIENCE ROOM WILL HOUSE THE COMPUTER AND ALL ASSOCIATED SCIENCE MATERIAL FOR CHILDREN’S EDUCATION; • T,P,MASS VOLUME LENGTH, AREA MEASURING, DISPLACEMENT, SPEED/VELOCITY;FORCE, MOMENTUM IDEA; ATMOSPHERICS;MONSOON,RAIN/Ice/Water/Steam /ELECTRIC HEATER, SOLAR ENERGY, • PLANTS, BULBS, SEEDS,STEMS. BRANCHES. LEAFS, FLOWERS., FRUITS,ETC • ROCKS, GEMS.RIVERS,GLACIERS, ETC • NATURE,AROUND THEM: SUN,MOON,MERCURY,VENUS,MARS,JUPITOR,URANUS,NAPTUNE ,PLATO,UB313 ETC.CARS, TRAINS

  24. Elaborate on the availablerecreational facilities / activities for the children? There is a small play ground in front of the school. . Kids are now made to do PT every morning and play games . catching ball, .skipping carom, ludo, ring game and plan some more games.

  25. Elaborate on the AvailableRecreation Facilities LOCAL DANCES • TABLA, VIOLIN, • HARMONIUM, • SONGS,CRICKET, • BATMINTON,SOCCER • BALL-Throw

  26. Elaborate on the AvailableRecreation Facilities • AUDIO, VIDEO, • INTERNET INSTRUCTIONS AND USE WILL BE GREATEST INTERTAINMENT IN ADDITION TO LOCAL FOLK DANCES AND SONGS,.

  27. Is another medical checkup planned in next few months for the students • LAST WEEK (5th Jan,06)THERE WAS A VISIT OF A DOCTOR AND A LECTURE FOR CLEANLINESS AND DISEASE. • THE EYE CAMP AND ANOTHER CHECKUP WILL BE IN MARCH. • THE STUDENTS MAY BE GIVEN facilities FROM THE MEDICAL BUDGET, IN ADDITION TO DOCTORS FEES;WHERE APPLICABLE

  28. What is the attendance & dropout rate? Has it improved with the addition of new teachers? • THE CHILDREN ARE MORE REGULAR. THE CLASSES ARE BEING HELD EVEN DURING GOVT. HOLIDAYS BY THE THREE TEACHERS AND ASSOCIATED STAFF. Attendance improved ,time and day wise • FEW STUDENTS MAY JOIN FROM NEARBY SCHOOLS AFTER THE WINTER VACATIONS!

  29. How is the library being used? Has reading hour been introduced for the children? • READING LESSIONS DURING THE SCHOOL HOURS; DUE TO SHORTER DAYS AND TRAVEL HOME ON FOOT REQUIREMENTS.

  30. . What is reaction of parents? Are they happy with the performance • LAST WEEK THERE WAS A PARENT MEETING ARRANGED BY OUR REPRESENTATIVE. 33 PARENTS ATTENDED THE MEETING. 32 OF THEM WERE VERY HAPPY AND APPRECIATIVE OF THE TEACHING EFFORTS AND CONVENIENCES.

  31. For AshaSV, I think the biggest achievement in this project is the resulting private-local-govt. partnership which is the key to improving the education system in India. To provide all children with access to QUALITY primary education with Mission mode A major breakthrough in welding together • Government agencies, like Sarva Sikshya Abhiyan of GOI, Local MP, MLA’s, Alumni, PEOPLE FROM GRAM PANCHAYAT • Teachers, • NGOs, and Philanthropic Agencies, like AFE, Into an interactive group effort to promote Universal Primary Education.,

  32. THE guiding principles WILL BE TO MAKE THIS ACTIVITY till high school level • A Process, : rather than a product approach; • Partnerships; :AFE,SAVIDYA, Govt, Locals, Alumni, • Pattern of decentralized functioning; :Few School Groups and Permanent flexibility of management; • Participatory learning;: Groups to be formed • Penetration -integration with the mainstream Govt education system;: and • Creating multiple levels of leadership: committed to Quality Education and Mission mode

  33. Is the library room inside the schoolcompound ? Does the grantmoney cover part-time librarian? YES, THE BOOKS HAVE BEEN ARRANGED IN THE SCHOOLYES, IT COVERS.

  34. PRIMARY EDUCATION,UEE;The Administration • Joint Review Committee Members • Chief Secretary ,UA • Secretary Education,UA • Director State project Division, • Director, SCERT • Director Education,UA • Director ICDS • Basic Sikshya Adhikari and Team, • D M

  35. FACILITATORS FOR UEE • Motivation and Mother Teacher Association ( MAMTA) • Block Resource Center • Nyaya Panchayat Resource Center • World Bank Schemes • Education Guarantee center • Non Government Organization

  36. PROJECTS SUBMITTED • 1) ASHA -BALVIDYA-SAVIDYA (ABS)- (SEATTLE) • 2) UTTARANCHAL GRAM BAL VIKAS PALI, Chicago, • 3) UTTARANCHAL GRAM BAL-BALA VIKAS (Central New Jersey) @2 to 4 ) teachers + 24 students • 4) SAVIDYA (ASHA-Boston/MIT),12 + 12 (P + UP) • 5) GRAM BAL BALA UPKAR (GBBU) LOS- ANGELES • 6) GRAM BAL BALA SAHAYATA(GBBS) Project, Irvine(45 +45 @2000/yeay 7) Si V, & 8) Stanford • 9)MHV BHAVISHYA KALYANAM Project • 10) VOCATIONAL ROJGAR TRAINING Princeton

  37. Recent Books/Publications of Dr H D Bist • Higher Education: Challenges for the Future R.K. Gupta (ed.)H.D. Bist (ed.),Anamika Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd. ‘2005 • Corruption, Its Roots and Remidies • R K Gupta and H D Bist, ( 2006)

  38. SchoolsTraining (Teachers) • A focus on Ethics and Values is an excellent choice. • Hands-on, experiential, practical (Lab), and results are the aims. • The curricula Teachings; greatest resources are School faculty, who have excellent academic success experience. • Dedicated to working with the children