Plans

District Literacy Plan 2011- 2015

District Matiari

Vision

Access to education for all through non-formal adult literacy

Goal

To improve social status of people through adult literacy and community based intervention.

Objectives

  • To literate 45000 people (10-35) through the establishment of 1500 literacy centers.
  • To train All School Management Committees in District Matiari.
  • To establish 1500 literacy resource centers at Matiari.
  • To take efforts for formal literacy certification through policy dialogue.
  • To improve social status of targeted population through community mobilization and awareness

Beneficiaries

  • The targeted 45,000 population aged 10 to 35 years male and female of district Matiari.
  • All members of SMCs of targeted areas of District Matiari.
  • 1500 adult literacy teachers.

Strategy

  • Planning phase
  • Implementation Phase
  • Post implementation Phase

Table 1: Program Team Schedule

Objectives
Activities
Means of verification
Time line
Out comes
To literate 45000 people (10-35) through establishing the 1500 literacy centers Development of tools for need assessment
Need assessment
Selection of villages
according to need assessment results
(availability of local teacher (male and female), availability of room for literacy centers, list of male female illiterate population)
Large community meetings
Meetings with SMC
Training of SMC
Teachers selection
Teachers training
Procurement of material at centre
Establishment of centers
Regular monitoring of the centers
Monthly, quarterly and final exam of learners
ToolsSelection criteriaMinutes of meeting
Syllabus
Meeting register
Selection proformaMIS
Visit notesLearners portfolio

Oct 2011

Nov 2011

Dec 2011

15000 literate person in one year improvement of 10% in literacy rateAvailability of trained teachers in adult educationWell motivated SMCsDistrict Matiari as a whole
To train School Management Committees in selected areas of district Matiari Development of SMC training manual
Mobilization of SMCs
Training/strengthening of two potential members of SMC
Regular visits of SMCs
School development plans
Visit registers
Involvement of SMC in literacy centre
pictures
Dec 2011
Well trained and motivated SMCs
Local support in literacy centers
To establish literacy resource centers at Talukas of District Matiari Identify suitable local and common places for literacy resources centers
Renovation of centers
Material purchasing and development for LRC
Develop Master trainers for LRC
Establishment of LRCs
Sustainability of LRCs

LRCs

Jan 2012

Well furnished and equipped LRCs for teachers and SMCs training
Capacity building resource centre
Availability of library and reading room with net facility
To take efforts for formal literacy certification through policy dialogue Advocacy for formal literacy certification
Policy dialogue up to provincial and federal level

Seminars
Meetings
Rallies

March 2012 to June 2015

Motivation for other literate person willing for further education
To improve social status of targeted population through community mobilization and awareness Motivation
Mobilization
Large community meetings
Awareness raising sessions
Seminars
Kacheries
Meeting minutes
Pictures
Reports
Case studies
Dec2011 to June 2015 Women empowerment
Improved health and hygiene and environment conditions
Reduction in social crime and child maltreatment and malnutrition
Collectivism
Improvement in skills, behaviors, attitudes
Enhancement in Gender balance and respect of cultural values

Table 2: Monitoring Frame work

Component

Indicators

Responsibility

Community

  • Screening/Survey
  • General visits/Contacts
  • Large community meetings
  • Involvement in teacher selection
  • Degree of awareness about literacy project
  • MoU with SMCs

District Education Department

SMCs

  • No. of trainings
  • No. of trained SMCs
  • No. of trained members
  • No. of on-job sessions
  • No. of regular meetings
  • No. of participants in meetings
  • No. of visits to school / ALC
  • School / ALC development plan

NGO

Adult Literacy Center

Physical environment

  • Seating arrangement
  • Ventilation
  • Electricity
  • Drinking water

Teaching aids

  • Teacher Guide
  • Pictures of codes
  • Flash cards
  • Blackboard and chalks
  • Copies, pencils, sharpeners, etc.

MIS

  • Attendance record of both teachers and learners
  • Meeting book
  • Visit book
  • Social Map/Village Profile
  • Learners’ portfolio
  • Involvement in teacher selection

SMCs
Local Govt.
Education department.

Adult Learners

  • Attendance
  • Dropout, if any
  • No. of sounds/words/sentences learnt during the month
  • Numbers and functions learnt during the month
  • No. of words/sentences can read and write
  • Appeared at monthly test
  • Final Exam

Education Department team
SMCs
Local Govt. Representatives
NGOs
Donor

Table 3: Budget Estimate (For One Female Literacy Centre),

1
Honoraria for Teacher
(One Teacher at each centre)
Rs. 3,000/= x 6 Months
=

Rs.18,000/=

2
Part Time Peon Rs. 1,000/= x 6 Months
=

Rs.6,000/=

3
Honoraria to Quran Teacher Rs. 1,000/= x 6 Months
=
Rs.6,000/=
4
Electric Charges Rs. 500/= x 6 Months

=

Rs.3,000/=
5
Raw materia & Other Accessories Rs. 1,000/= x 6 Months
=
Rs.6,000/=
6
Honoraria to Sewing Mistress Rs. 1,000/= x 6 Months
=
Rs.6,000/=
 
Rs. 45,000/=
7
Sign Board Rs.500×1
=
Rs.500/=
8
Books Rs.40×25
=
Rs.1,000/=
9
Slate Rs.10×25
=
Rs.250/=
10 Slate Pen Rs 10×25
=
Rs.250/=
11
Ball Pen 25×12=300 Rs.5×300
=
Rs.1500/=
12
Note Books (200 Pages) 25×6=150 Rs.20×150
=
Rs.3,000/=
13 Educational Material Viz. Map, Chart/Musterol Rs.300×6
=
Rs.1800/=
14
White Board wit Stand Rs.2,000×1
=
Rs.2,000/=
15
Markers for White Board Rs.30x5x6
=
Rs.900/=
+
 
Rs. 10,600/=
Rs. 45,000/=
Rs. 10,600/=
Rs. 55,600/=

Table 4: Budget Estimate (For One Male Literacy Centre),

1
Honoraria for Teacher
(One Teacher at each centre)
Rs. 3,000/= x 6 Months
=

Rs.18,000/=

2
Part Time Peon Rs. 1,000/= x 6 Months
=

Rs.6,000/=

3
Honoraria to Quran Teacher Rs. 1,000/= x 6 Months
=
Rs.6,000/=
4
Electric Charges Rs. 500/= x 6 Months

=

Rs.3,000/=
 
Rs. 33,000/=
7
Sign Board Rs.500×1
=
Rs.500/=
8
Books Rs.40×25
=
Rs.1,000/=
9
Slate Rs.10×25
=
Rs.250/=
10 Slate Pen Rs 10×25
=
Rs.250/=
11
Ball Pen 25×12=300 Rs.5×300
=
Rs.1500/=
12
Note Books (200 Pages) 25×6=150 Rs.20×150
=
Rs.3,000/=
13 Educational Material Viz. Map, Chart/Musterol Rs.300×6
=
Rs.1800/=
14
White Board wit Stand Rs.2,000×1
=
Rs.2,000/=
15
Markers for White Board Rs.30x5x6
=
Rs.900/=
+
 
Rs. 10,600/=
Rs. 33,000/=
Rs. 10,600/=
Rs. 43,600/=

 

Lacking Facilities PC-1

DISTRICT GOVERNMENT

EDUCATION DEPARTMENT

SCHEME FOR PROVIDING LACKING BASIC FACILITIES IN EXISTING PRIMARY SCHOOLS.

UNDER SERP PROGRAMME 2006-2007

Estimate Cost Of

Rs. 100 Million

Prepared by

DISTRICT OFFICER EDUCATION
(ACADEMIC & TRAINING) MATIARI

Revised 2005

GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN
PLANNING COMMISSION
PC-1 FORM
(SOCIAL SECTORS)

1. Name of the Project: Providing‌ lacking basic facilities‌ in existing Primary Schools.

2. Location: District Matiari (Entire) Map attached.

3. Authority responsible for:

  1. Sponsoring : Government of sindh
  2. Execution: District Education Department Matiari,Works & Services Department Matiari (Education Works
  3. Operation and maintenance : N.A
  4. Concerned federal ministry: N.A

4. Plan Provision: In order to encourage the students,the lacking facilities are to be provided to the schools, therefore a scheme has been included in the District ADP 2006-2007 with an allocation of Rs.100 million.

5. Project objectives and its relationship with Sectoral objectives

  1. To provide proper accommodation with related facilities to an educational institute.
  1. To increase retention rate.
  2. To decrease drop out rate.
  3. To improve the standard of education from its present level.
  4. These objectives are in conscience with not only the five year/mid term plan or the national educational policy 1998-2010, but all in consistence with the MDG goals, which ergs up on improving all aspects of education.
  1. Description, justification and technical parameters

District Government received complains from various areas about deprived condition of primary schools, therefore two member committee headed by D O Elementary was formed to visit the primary schools in district Matiari, to assess the requirements based on ground reality. The survey revealed that following facilities were lacking.

  • 197 schools (girls & Mixed) were without compound wall.
  • 257 schools were without Electricity.
  • 311 schools were without proper drinking water facility.
  • 200 schools were without lavatory blocks.

Keeping in view that children can not be encouraged to come to school, without providing comfortable academic environment, which can be produced by providing basic facilities. This scheme of providing lacking facilities is prioritized, in this way that, boundary walls and lavatory blocks in Girls primary schools will be completed in first phase and drinking water & electric facility will be provided in remote areas on priority basis without considering gender.

7. Capital cost estimates 100 Million Rupees

Detail Sheet

Name of scheme: Providing‌ lacking basic facilities in existing Primary Schools.
                                                                                                                                        Amount in Rupees

Sr.no Name of Component Plinth Area

Civil Work

W/S & S/F

Electric Work

Total

Rate Amount Rate Amount Rate Amount

1

Compound Wall

300 RFt

450

135000

       

135000

2

Main Gate

10.0*6.0 Ft

385/Ft

23146

       

23146

3

Lavatory Block

102 Sq Ft

490

49980

48

4896

42

4284

59160

4

Water Facilities

62 Sq Ft

490

30380

48

2976

42

2604

35960

5

Electric

1181 Sq Ft

       

42

49602

49602

Abstract

Name of scheme: Providing‌ lacking basic facilities‌ in existing Primary Schools.                      Amount in Rupees

Sr.No.

Name of Component

Unit Cost

No. of units

Total

Grand Total

1

Compound Wall

158,146

197

31,154,762

66,918,036

2

Lavatory Block

59,160

200

11,832,000

3

Water Facilities

35,960

311

11,183,560

Say
67 M

4

Electrification

49,602

257

12,747,714

Escalation

Name of scheme: Providing‌ lacking basic facilities‌ in existing Primary Schools.
                                                                                                                                      Amount in Rupees

Sr.No

Year

 

Yearly Escalation

Escalation

Total

Grand Total

1

2006-2007

30.15 M

   

30.15

69.39525

2

2007-2008

36.85 M

6.5%

2.39525 M

39.24525

Consultancy Charges

@ 01% = 0.6939525 M

Total Project Cost =70.0892025 Million Rupees

8. Annual operating and maintenance N.A
cost after completion of the Project

9. Demand and supply analysis

Demand No. of Schools Supply Backlog
Drinking Water Facility

311

311

0

Compound Wall

197

197

0

Lavatory Block

200

200

0

Electrification

257

257

0

10. Financial Plan and mode of financing District Government (ADP)

11. Project benefits and analysis

  1. Financial NIL
  1. Social benefits with indicators
      • Access to quality education will be easily possible.
      • Literacy rate will be increased.
      • Mental level of common people will be better.
  1. Employment generation (direct and indirect) NIL
  2. Environmental impact NIL
  3. Impact of delays on project cost and viability Cost Run over

12. Implementation schedule 16-02-2007 to 15-6-2008 (16 Months)

13. Management structure and manpower requirements including
Specialized skills during execution and operational phases

Component Supervisory Staff Skilled Persons Non Skilled Persons
Drinking Water Facility

10

20

60

Compound Wall

10

40

120

Lavatory Block

10

40

120

Electrification

5

10

10

14. Additional projects/decisions required to maximize socio-economic
benefits from the proposed project N.A

15. Certified that the project proposal has been prepared on the basis of
instructions provided by the Planning Commission for the preparation of PC-I for Social Sector projects.

 

Prepared by
DISTRICT OFFICER EDUCATION MATIARI

Phone#

Checked by
EXECUTIVE DISTRICT OFFICER
(EDUCATION) MATIARI DISTRICT
Phone#

Approved by

DISTRICT COORDINATION OFFICER
MATIARI DISTRICT
Phone#

Number of View :02302

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