Education

Objective

The District Education Office, Malkangiri has started its functioning w.e.f. 05.07.2012 pursuant to Govt. Notification No. 13935/SME, Dtd. 30.05.2012 of the Addl. Secretary to Govt., Department of School & Mass Education, Odisha, Bhubaneswar after bifurcation from the Erstwhile Inspector of Schools, Jeypore Circle, Jeypore. with a view to enhance the potentialities of students in respect of Science, Games and Sports, Social-Service Ideal citizenship etc.. co-curricular activities are undertaken at each revenue district level in the state as per guidelines of the S & M.E. Department/ Board of Secondary Education, Odisha.

Activities

Saakshar Bharat Programme

Aims & objective of the programme

Saakshar Bharat a Govt of India sponsored programme started in Odisha & implemented in Malkangiri with effect from 28.02.2011/28.07.14 respectively for educating the non-literates in the age group of 15+ with special emphasis on women, SC, ST & persons for minority and disadvantaged group. The programme is being funded on 75:25 ratio by the Govt. of India and Govt. of Odisha.

The Mission aims to promote and strengthen Adult Education, especially of women, by extending educational options to those adults who have lost the opportunity to access the formal education and crossed the standard age for receiving such education. The gap between male and female literacy has slowed the pace of women’s empowerment and social development.

The mission has four broad objectives:

  1. Impart functional literacy & numeracy to non-literates adults.
  2. Enable the non-literate adults to continue their learning beyond basic literacy and acquire equivalency to formal educational system.
  3. Impart non and neo-literates relevant skill development programmes to improve their earning and living conditions.
  4. Promote a learning society by providing opportunity to neo-literate adults for continuing education.

PYKKA

The PYKKA Scheme, a centrally sponsored scheme of Govt. of India is being implemented in the State since 2008-09. The PYKKA Grant includes following components i.e. one time seed capital Grant for creation & development of play field, Annual acquisition Grant for purchase of Sports equipments and annual operational Grant for payment of honorarium to Kridashrees and maintenance of Sports Infrastructure of the PYKKA Centre.

The funding support for development of Play fields of PYKKA centre is Rs. 1,00,000/- per G.P. & Rs.5,00,000/- per Block Level play field & that of Annual Acquisition Grant is Rs. 10,000/- per G.P. & Rs. 20,000/- per Block level play field on each component Grant.

DISTRIBUTION OF FREE BI-CYCLES TO THE STUDENTS OF CLASS-X SCHEME.

Distribution of free Bi-cycle Scheme to the students reading in Class-X is a flagship programme of the Govt. to encourage the disadvantage group to pursue secondary Education. All the Girl students of Class-X of Government and Government Aided High Schools and All SC/ST Boys of Class-X studying in these categories of the Schools in 118 Tribal Sub-Plan(TSP) Blocks of the State are covered under the scheme. During last year 2016-17 ,Rs 3, 28,95,200.00 has been transferred to the account of 12652 beneficiaries for purchase of Bi-cycle.

NO. OF HIGH SCHOOLS

In order to provide secondary education 141 Nos. of High Schools along with 01 Special School (Deaf & Dumb) are functioning in this district which are as follows.

Details of Schools
SL. NO Type of School No. of Schools
01 Govt. High Schools 17
02 Govt. Up-Graded High Schools 61
03 Aided High Schools 02
04 Block Grant High Schools 23
05 Odisha Adarsha Vidyalaya (Model School) 07
06 Govt. SSD. High Schools 21
07 Jawahar Novadaya Vidyalaya (Central Govt.) 02
08 Kendriya Vidyalaya (Central Govt.) 01
09 Ekalavya Model School (Central Govt.) 01
10 Private Un-Aided High Schools 01
11 Saraswati Sishu Bidya Mandir 01
12 English Medium High Schools 03
13 Special School (Deaf & Dumb) 01

SCHOOLS UNDER ELEMENTARY EDUCATION:

SCHOOL CATEGORY BLOCK WISE AND CLASS WISE
SL. NO Name of the Block I to VIII UGHS VI to VIII I to VII VI to VII I to V Total
01 KALIMELA 62 12 01 09 01 169 254
02 KHAIRPUT 10 06 01 09 0 78 104
03 KORUKONDA 65 15 01 11 01 175 268
04 K.GUMMA 08 08 0 15 0 125 156
05 MALKANGIRI 41 04 01 05 0 111 162
06 MATHILI 34 12 01 19 0 143 209
07 PODIA 25 04 0 16 02 83 130
Total 245 61 05 84 04 884 1283

NO. OF OTHER SPECIAL SCHOOLS

There is 01 No. of Pvt. Un-recognised School Irma Baka Memorial Blind, Deaf and Dumb High School, Mathili is working in this district.

EDUCATIONAL CIRCLES

The District Education Office, Malkangiri has started its functioning w.e.f. 05.07.2012 after bifurcation from the Erstwhile Inspector of Schools, Jeypore Circle, Jeypore. In order to streamline the Education in grass root level and for better administration, 7 no of Block Education Office are functioning in this district in each Block.

SCHEMES

SCHOLARSHIP SCHEMES FOR STUDENTS

In order to encourage the students in the field of education and to recognise the meritorious students, different type of scholarships have been introduced by the Govt.

PATHANI SAMANTA MATHEMATICS TALENT SCHOLARSHIP (PSMTS)

A student of Class-VI for Stage-I & Class-IX for Stage-II, securing 50% or above marks separately in Science & Mathematics subject in their successive Annual Examination, is eligible to appear at the PSMTS Examination held during the month of October/November each year. The successful candidate selected by the Board of Secondary Education, Odisha, Cuttack has been awarded by the Directorate, Elementary Education, Odisha, Bhubaneswar.
Award
Stage-I- Rs.2000/- per annum for 3 years.
Stage-II- Rs. 3000/- per annum for 3 years.

NATIONAL MEANS-CUM-MERIT SCHOLARSHIP (NMMS)

Student of Class-VIII of only (Govt./ Govt. Aided/Pvt. Un-Aided/Urban Local Body schools) can appear the above scholarship examination.
Mode of Application:- Online
Eligibility:- 55% marks (50% mark for Reserve Category) in total in Class-VII Annual Examination.
Parental income not to exceed Rs.1,50,000/-.
Scholarship:- Rs.500/-per month up to uninterrupted completion of +2 level.
Conducted by:- TE & SCERT, Odisha, Bhubaneswar

NATIONAL TALENT SCHOLARSHIP EXAMINATION (NTS)

Students of Class-X of Govt./Govt. Aided/Urban Local Body/Pvt. Aided/Pvt. Un-Aided schools can appear.
Mode of Application:- Online

Eligibility:- 60% marks (55% for reserve category) in total in Class-IX Annual Examination.
No. of Awardees:- 1000 students are to be Awarded in the State of Odisha per year.
Scholarship:- Rs.500/-per month up to Post Graduate Level in any branch.
Conducted by:- NCERT, Govt. of India /SCERT, Odisha.

NATIONAL RURAL TALENT SCHOLARSHIP (NRTS)

Best 5 students securing 60% or above marks in final Examination of Class-VII and continuing in Class-VIII are eligible to appear the NRTS Examination conducted by the Board of Secondary Education, Odisha, Cuttack.

Mode of Application:- Online
No. of Scholarship:- 10 no. of Scholarship to each Block (3 nos. of UR from Rural Areas, 2 students from UR, 2 nos. from SC, 2 nos. from ST, 1 no. from SEBC category.
Scholarship:- Rs.250/-per month for 36 months till end of the Secondary Level.
Conducted by:- Board of Secondary Education, Odisha, Cuttack.

National Scheme of Incentive to Girls for Secondary Education (NSIGSE).

It is centrally sponsored scheme implemented by the Ministry of Human Resource Development Department with a view to promote enrolment of girls belonging to SC/ST communities in Secondary Schools and to reduce dropout of SC/ST girls of Secondary and Higher Secondary level. The scheme have been introduced since the academic session 2008-09 onwards.

According to the scheme a sum of Rs 3000/- ( Rupees Three Thousand ) only deposited in the Bank Account of SC/ST Girls student through DBT mode and are entitled to withdraw the amount on attaining 18 years of age and after passing of Class – X.

The scheme will cover

  1. All SC/ST Girls enrolled in Class-IX in State Govt/. Govt. Aided or local body schools are eligible.
  2. The pass out Girls of Class-VIII in Kasturuba Gandhi Balika Vidhyalaya, irrespective to SC/ST Communities and enrolled in Class-IX in State Govt. / Govt Aided or local body school.
  3. They should be unmarried and below 16 years age ( as on 31st March) at the time of joining in Class-IX.
  4. Girls studied in private / Central schools are not eligible for the scheme.
  5. There is no restriction on income criteria of parents / guardians for grant of Incentive.
  6. The eligible Girls have to open their account with zero balance in any nationalized Banks, having core banking facilities for electronics transfer of amount. The Bank account should be linked with Aadhar number for smooth transfer of amount to the beneficiaries in DBT mode.

MID-DAY MEAL SCHEME

OBJECTIVES:

The objectives of the mid day meal scheme are

  1. Improving the nutritional status of children in classes I – VIII in Government, Local Body and Government aided schools, and EGS and AIE centres.
  2. Encouraging poor children, belonging to disadvantaged sections, to attend school more regularly and help them concentrate on classroom activities.
  3. Providing nutritional support to children and teachers of primary and upper Primary stage on regular basis as well as during summer vacation in drought-affected areas.

RATIONALE

Promoting school participation

Mid day meals have big effects on school participation, not just in terms of getting more children enrolled in the registers but also in terms of regular pupil attendance on a daily basis. Around 87,724 and 27,415 students for Primary and Upper Primary School have been enrolled.

Preventing classroom hunger

Many children reach school on an empty stomach. Even children who have a meal before they leave for school get hungry by the afternoon and are not able to concentrate – especially children from families who cannot give them a lunch box or are staying a long distance away from the school. Mid day meal can help to overcome this problem by preventing “classroom hunger”. As around 18,121.30 and 6,637.40 Qtls. of rice for Primary and Upper Primary Class are being lifted every year.

Facilitating the healthy growth of children

Mid day meal can also act as a regular source of “supplementary nutrition” for children, and facilitate their healthy growth. IFA tablets have been distributed to all the Schools.

Intrinsic educational value

A well-organised mid day meal can be used as an opportunity to impart various good habits to children (such as washing one’s hands before and after eating), and to educate them about the importance of clean water, good hygiene and other related matters.

Fostering social equality

Mid day meal can help spread egalitarian values, as children from various social backgrounds learn to sit together and share a common meal. In particular, mid day meal can help to break the barriers of caste and class among school. Appointing cooks from Dalit (ST&SC, Widow and Poor Peoples) communities is another way of teaching children to overcome caste prejudices.

Enhancing gender equity

The gender gap in school participation tends to narrow, as the Mid Day Meal Scheme helps erode the barriers that prevent girls from going to school. Mid Day Meal Scheme also provide a useful source of employment for women, and helps liberate workingwomen from the burden of cooking at home during the day. In these and other ways, women and girl children have a special stake in Mid Day Meal Scheme.

Psychological Benefits

Physiological deprivation leads to low self-esteem, consequent insecurity, anxiety and stress. The Mid Day Meal Scheme can help address this and facilitate cognitive, emotional and social development.

Formation of Committee

A Vigilance and Steering-Cum-Monitoring Committee has been formed to monitor all the above said subject to run the Mid Day Meal Programme Smoothly in this District.

BLOCK EDUCATION OFFICERS DETAILS

Block Education Officers Details
SL. NO Name of the Block Name of the Block Education Officer Designation Contact No.
01 Korukonda Sri Raja Rao Dhoba, OES-II (SB) BEO, Korukonda 9438223605
02 Malkangiri Sri Binod Sing, OES-II (SB) BEO, Malkangiri 9439750520
03 Podia Sri Gangadhar Pattnaik, OES-II (SB) BEO, Podia 9437118295
04 Kudumulugumma Post Vacent.BEO, Korukonda is in addl. charge BEO, Kudumulugumma 9438223605
05 Mathili Sri Gouri Sankar Das, OES-II (SB) BEO, Mathili 9438649718
06 Kalimela Post Vacent.BEO, Podia is in addl. charge BEO, Kalimela 9437118295
07 Khairput Sri Nabin Chandra Khara, OEES-Level-II ABEO, Khairput 9438346417

Supreme authority of the Office

District Education Officer(DEO),

Shri Ramesh Chandra Sethi, OES-I (SB)

Mob-9439330127

Additional District Education Officer, Malkangiri – Shri Manas Kumar Jena, OES-I (Jr.) (SB)
Contact No. 09439554416

Office Address:

District Education Office

Govt. Girls High School, Malkangiri Campus
PIN- 764048
Tel.- 06861230761

PIOs

Shri K. Ch. Bebarta, Dist. Science Supervisor
Contact No. 9437748409
Additional PIO- Shri Manoranjan Beuria- Head-Clerk Office of the DEO, Malkangiri
Contact No. 09556621767