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EDUCATION

Introduction

Education is the process by which a society transmits it accumulated knowledge skills and values from one generation to another. Education must provide the means and opportunities to enhance the child creative expression and the capacity for aesthetic appreciation. Education gives knowledge about the world around us. It makes children capable of interpreting things in the right perspective.

Objectives

  • To provide universal access, equity, quality at primary, upper primary, secondary and higher secondary level.
  • To evolve curriculum and evaluation procedures in conformity with the values enshrined in the Constitution.
  • To build the child knowledge. potential talent and develop the child physical and mental abilities to the fullest extent.
  • To provide a conducive learning environment through learning activities, discovery and exploration in a child friendly and child centered manner.
  • To make examinations more flexible and integrated in classroom life by implementing continuous and comprehensive evaluation in phases, to remove the anxiety and stress caused by terminal examinations.

Schemes

SARAVA SHIKSHA ABHIYAN

Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) is implemented as a Centrally Sponsored in partnership with State Governments for universalizing elementary education across the country.

It aims to provide useful and relevant elementary education to all children in the age-group 6 to 14 by ensuring universal access and retention, bridging of gender and social category gaps in education and enhancement of learning levels of children by provision of quality education.

  • Ensuring cent percent enrolment.
  • Ensuring cent percent retention of children enrolled in schools without getting dropped out.
  • Providing quality elementary education in all schools.
  • Providing an inclusive environment in schools conductive to differently abled children, children from marginalized sections and children hailing from difficult circumstances.

Providing infrastructure facilities to promote quality in education in all schools.

RASHTRIYAMADHYAMIK SHIKSHA ABHIYAN

The Rastriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (RMSA) scheme initiated in 2009, demonstrated he ambition of the Government for a secondary education system that can support the growth and development of the Nation. It aims to increase the enrolment rate of 90% at secondary and 75% at higher secondary stage by providing a secondary school within reasonable distance of every home and also to improve the quality of secondary education by making all secondary schools conform to prescribed norms, removing gender, socio-economic and disability barriers and providing universal access to secondary level education by 2017.

GOALS & OBJECTIVES:

Making good quality education to all young persons in the age group of 14-18 years.

  • To enhance enrolment in classes IX and X by providing a secondary school within a reasonable distance of every habitation, i.e. 5 kilometres for secondary schools and 7-10 kilometres for higher Secondary schools.
  • To improve quality of Education imparted at the Secondary Level by ensuring all secondary schools conform to prescribed / Standard norms.
  • To remove socio, economic and gender barriers from the precincts of Secondary Education.
  • To achieve Universal retention by 2020
  • To provide necessary physical facilities, teaching ad non-teaching staff for every secondary school.
  • To ensure that all students pursuing secondary education of good quality.

    RIGH TO EDUCATION :

    In Viluppuram district 348 Private Non—Minority and Un-Aided Schools have 5820 Seats in entry level class. As per RTE act 2009. 2741 (25% of total seats) seats are allotted to admit children of Weaker Sections and Disadvantaged Groups. (Balance Admission seats -3079)

WELFARE PROGRAMME (SCHOOL EDUCATION)
SL.NO SPECIAL SCHEMES CLASSWISE BENEFIT STUDENTS
1. PRICELESS BOOKS 1 TO 12 Standard Students
2. PRICELESS NOTE BOOKS 1 TO 12 Standard Students
3. PRICELESS LAPTOP 12TH Students
4. PRICELESS BAG 1 TO 12 Standard Students
5. PRICELESS UNIFORM 1 TO 12 Standard Students
6. PRICELESS UNIFORM 1 TO 8 Standard Students
7. PRICELESS BUSPASS 1 TO 12 Standard Students
8. PRICELESS BY-CYCLES 11 Standard Students
9. PRICELESS CRAYONS 1 TO 2 Standard Students
10. PRICELESS COLOUR PENCIL 3 To 5 Standard Students
11. PRICELESS GEOMETRY BOX 6 To10TH Standard Students
12. PRICELESS ATLAS 6 To10TH Standard Students
13. SPECIAL INCENTIVE FOR STUDENT DROPOUTLESS 10, 11 TO 12TH Standard Students
14. BREADWINNING SCHEME 1 TO 12 Standard Students

 

Management wise Number of Schools in Viluppuram District
Management Primary Upper Primary High schools High Secondary Schools Total
Department of Education 11 04 177 174 366
Tribal /Adi Dravider schools 80 22 10 7 119
Private Aided school 228 53 6 7 294
Private Un-aided school 0 0 18 16 34
Private Self finance 05 01 12 13 31
Matriculation school 0 0 69 65 134
CBSE 0 0 18 0 18
Special School (CWSN) 0 0 2 3 5
Social welfare 0 0 1 0 1
Nursary Schools 244 0 0 0 244
Panchayat Union 1238 377 0 0 1615
Municipality 11 0 2 3 16
Angelo Indian school 0 0 1 1 2
KGBV 0 0 0 0 0
Private schools 249 19 103 82 453
Total 1817 478 316 289 2897

 

CHIEF EDUCATIONAL OFFICE PHONE NUMBERS LIST
Designation Phone Number Mobile Number E-mail ID
CHIEF EDUCATIONAL OFFICER 04146-220402 7598778600 ceovpm[at]nic[dot]in
Additional Chief Educational Officer, SARAVA SHIKSHA ABHIYAN (S.S.A.) 04146-222063 9942993800 ceossavpm[at]gmail[dot]com
Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan(R.M.S.A.) 7373003132 rmsavpm[at]gmail[dot]com
District Physical Educational Inspector, Viluppuram 7598778605 dipevillupuram[at]gmail[dot]com
DISTRICT EDUCATIONAL OFFICER
District Educational Officer, Viluppuram 04146-220093 8778127034 deovpm2018[at]gmail[dot]com
District Educational Officer, Tindivanam 04147-224439 7598778608 deotdm2018[at]gmail[dot]com
District Educational Officer, Kallakurichi 04151-225522 9487487112 deokki2018[at]gmail[dot]com
District Educational Officer, Gingee 9486335428 deogin2018[at]gmail[dot]com
District Educational Officer, Ulundurpet 8903140160 deoupt2018[at]gmail[dot]com
District Educational Officer, Thirukoilur 8778200313 deotkr2018[at]gmail[dot]com
VILUPPURAM EDUCATIONAL DISTRICT
Block Development Officer, Viluppuram 9750983165 beovillupuram[at]gmail[dot]com
Block Development Officer, Koliyanur 9750983166 beokoliyanur[at]gmail[dot]com
Block Development Officer, Kandamangalam 9750983181 beokandamangalam[at]gmail[dot]com
Block Development Officer, Kanai 9750983177 beokanai[at]gmail[dot]com
Block Development Officer, Vikkravandi 9750983179 beovikkiravandi[at]gmail[dot]com
TINDIVANAM EDUCATIONAL DISTRICT
Block Development Officer, Marakkanam 9750983196 beomarakkanam[at]gmail[dot]com
Block Development Officer, Vanur 9750983156 beovanur[at]gmail[dot]com
Block Development Officer, Mailam 9750983174 beomailam[at]gmail[dot]com
Block Development Officer, Olakkur 9750983189 beoolakkur[at]gmail[dot]com
KALLAKURICHI EDUCATIONAL DISTRICT
Block Development Officer, Kallakurichi 9750983162 beokallakurichi[at]gmail[dot]com
Block Development Officer, Chinnasalem 9750983184 beochinnasalem[at]gmail[dot]com
Block Development Officer, Sankarapuram 9750983160 beosankarapuram[at]gmail[dot]com
GINGEE EDUCATIONAL DISTRICT
Block Development Officer, Gingee 9750983169 beogingee[at]gmail[dot]com
Block Development Officer, Melmalayanur 9750983170 beomelmalayanur[at]gmail[dot]com
Block Development Officer, Vallam 9750983172 beovallam[at]gmail[dot]com
THIRUKOILUR EDUCATIONAL DISTRICT
Block Development Officer, Tirukoilur 9750983190 beotirukoilur[at]gmail[dot]com
Block Development Officer, Thiruvanninallur 9750983154 beotiruvennainallur[at]gmail[dot]com
Block Development Officer, Rishivandiyam 9750983175 beorishivandiam[at]gmail[dot]com
Block Development Officer, Mugaiyur 9750983182 beomugaiyur[at]gmail[dot]com
ULUNDURPET EDUCATIONAL DISTRICT
Block Development Officer, Ulundurpet 9750983178 beoulundurpet[at]gmail[dot]com
Block Development Officer, Thirunavalur 9750983159 beothirunavalur[at]gmail[dot]com
Block Development Officer, Thiyagadurugam 9750983161 beothiyagathurugam[at]gmail[dot]com