SCHOOL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT

DEPARTMENT OF SCHOOL EDUCATION, SALEM.

ADDRESSES  OF EDUCATIONAL OFFICES

ADDRESS

PHONE NO.

CELL & FAX NO.

Chief Educational Officer,
Collectorate Campus,
Salem – 636 001. slm_ceosalem@sancharnet.in

0427-2450254

98424-41625 fax:0427-2450352

District Project Coordinator,
Education For All Movement,
O/o. the C.E.O.,
Salem – 636 001.

0427-2450252

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District Educational Officer,
District Library Campus,
Salem – 636 007.

0427-2411610

98427-41161

District Educational Officer,
Sankari – 637 301.

04283-240710

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District Elementary Educational Officer,
District Library Campus,
Salem – 636 007.

0427-2416745

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Inspector of Matriculation Schools,
Municipal Hr. Sec. School Campus,
Fort, Salem – 636 001.

0427-2450254

98427-56454

District Institute of Education & Training,
Uthamachozhapuram, Salem – 636 010.

0427-2273751

 

Salem Revenue District has 2 Educational Districts.

1)                  Salem Educational District.

2)                  Sankari Educational District.

There are 22 Asst. Educational Offices in Salem District.   39 Asst. Educational Officers are appointed in 20 Panchayat union; One Asst. Educational Officer is incharge of the Salem Corporation area and another one is for Urdu Schools.  Two Asst. Educational Officer is incharge  of Nursery  Schools  and two Asst. Educational Officer is incharge mobile science van. 

In addition to this 21 Block supervisors are appointed for the "Education for All Movement" Scheme. 


No. of Schools in Salem Revenue District.

Category

Panchayat Union

Municipal

Government

Govt. Tribal residential Schools

Aided

Self financed

Matric. Schools

Total Schools

NURSERY & PRIMARY

1122

67

2

39

76

Nursery Schools=87

-

1393

MIDDLE

112

14

1

12

17

-

-

156

High School

0

2

81

2

13

7

110

215

Hr. Sec. Schools

 0

7

80

1

22

3

42

155

Total

1234

90

164

54

128

97

152

1919

 

 

DISTRICT LEVEL STUDENTS AND TEACHERS STRENGTH:

Category

No. of students

No of teachers

Primary

264491

5747

Middle

24216

1537

High Schools

50588

1020

Matric. Schools

30882

1892

Hr. Sec. School

165901

3503

Matric. Hr. Sec. schools

36281

1575

Total

572359

15274

 


Government welfare schemes in the  school education  department:

Name of the scheme

Benefits

Prerequisites to receive the benefits

Documents to be submitted

Officers to be contacted

When to contact

1. Free Bus Pass

From the residence to the school free bus pass limited to 30 klm

All the students studying in Government recognized schools

An application and two stamp size photographs

Through Head Master, the Branch Manager of the transport department

Beginning of the academic year

2. Free Noon Meals

to provide free meals

Students from I std to X std – below poverty line

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Concerned Head Masters

Beginning of the academic year

3. Free Uniform

to provide free uniform

students from I std to VIII std – below poverty line

-

Concerned Head Masters

Every year in May

4. Free Books I to VIII

to provide free text books

students from I std to VIII std – below poverty line

As per School Record

Concerned Head Masters.

Every year in May

5. Free Books IX and X

to provide text books

SC/ST students from IX and X std

As per School Record.

 Through concerned Head Masters.

Every year in May

6. Concession in special fees

No special fees for students from VI to X std

All the Sc/ST and converted christians

Community certificate as per the school records

Through concerned Head masters District Adidravidar Welfare Officer, Colletorate Campus, Salem1

Every year in June.

7. Concession in special fees

VI to VII – Rs 14 IX – Rs. 24

X – Rs. 34

All the de-notified tribes from VI to VIII std

Community certificate and parents' income certificate. (Within Rs.50,000)

Through concerned Head Master District Backward Welfare Officer, Salem

 

 

Every year in June

8. Concession in special fees

IX and X (BC) Rs. 24

IX (MBC) Rs. 24

X (MBC) Rs. 34

In the final exam 40% in the aggregate

In come should sdbe within Rs. 50,000. No ioncome restriction for X std MBC students

Community certificate

Income certificate

Mark sheet

Through concerned Head Master District Backward Welfare Officer, Salem

Beginning of the academic  year

9. Adhoc  merit scholarship

Rs. 300

SC/ST students who continue the studies after passing the X std in the first attempt with 300 marks and above.

Prescribed application form

Community certificate and SSLC mark sheet

Through concerned Head master District Adidravidar welfare Officer, Salem

Beginning of the academic year

10. Free Bicycle

Rs. 1844

SC/St Girls Hr. Sec. Students except

Those who study in the Residential schools

Those who stay in the hostel with in the school campus

Those who get free bus pass

Those who received cycle in the previous year

Community Certificate

Through concerned Head master District Adidravidar welfare Officer, Salem

beginning of the academic year

 

11. XI & XII students scholarship

BC –Science Group _Rs. 85

Other subjects Rs 65

DNC/MBC – Science Group Rs. 114

Other subjects Rs. 84

Parents' income should be within Rs. 50,000

BC and MBC students should have scored 40% in the final examination

Prescribed application form

Xerox copies of

Community Certificate

Annual Income certificate

and Mark Sheet.

90% attendance

Through concerned Head master District Backward welfare Officer, Salem

Every year in June

12. SC/ST and Converted Christian XII std students' post Matric. scholarship

Central Govt. Scholarship for Hostel Students Rs.150/- , Days scholars Rs.90/-

State Govt. scholarship for Hostel Student Rs.115/- Days scholars Rs.65/- in addition to this concession in exam fees and special fees.

1)      Parents income should not exceed Rs.65,290/- for Central Govt. Scholarship.

2)      Parents income should not exceed Rs.50,000/- for State Govt. Scholarship

1)      Prescribed application form.

2)      Community Certificate.

3)      Income certificate

Through concerned Head Master, District Adi Dravidar Welfare Officer, Salem.

Every year in June.

13) Scholarship for Children of Sanitary workers

VI to X = Rs.900 to 1,000/-

i. No income limit.

ii. No religious and cost bar.

iii. Only two children from one family.

iv. Children of the Scavengers from Municipality and Township.

Concern sanitary Inspector's certificate.

Through concerned Head Master, District Adi Dravidar Welfare Officer, Salem.

Beginning of the academic year.

14) Three kinds of certificates.

1) Community certificate.

2) Income certificate.

3) Nativity certificate.

Students who are about to write 10th or 12th Std. Govt. Examinations.

Prescribed application form.

Through the Concerned Head Master, concerned Thasildar

Beginning the academic year.

15) Higher Education Expenditure.

Full expenditure of Higher Education.

First three District rankers with Tamil as 1st language in 10th and 12th Std. from Govt., Aided & Mat. Schools.

i. Prescribed application form.

ii. Xerox copies of Mark sheets.

iii. The certificates for getting one of the first three rank.

Through concerned Head Master/ Principal, Chief Educational Officer, Salem.

Beginning of the academic year.

16) Rural Talent Examination scholarship

50 Boys, 50 Girls from 9th to 12th Std. who have scored the highest mark in the Rural Talent Examination in the Revenue District would receive Rs.1,000/- each.

1) Students from village.

2) Parents income should not exceed Rs.12,000/- per annum.

3) Student should have scored minimum of 250 in the 8th Std. Common Examination and also pass the Rural Talent Examination.

i. Prescribed application form.

ii. Income certificate.

Through concerned Head Master, Chief Educational Officer, Salem.

 

 

 

 

In July.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

17) Free Note books.

Free Note Books.

1)      Ruled -3

2)      Maths-1

3)      Science-1.

4)      Composi-tion-2

All the Adi Dravidar students from VI Std. to X Std.l

Community certificate as per the school record.

Concerned Head Master.

In May.

18) Scholarship for Physically Handi-capped students.

Provide scholarship to physically handicapped students.

Physically Handicapped Students from 1st Std. to 12th Std.

i. Prescribed application form.

ii. Certificate for Physically Handi-capped.

District Officer for Physically handicapped.

Beginning of the academic year.

19) Free Text Books for the children of destitute widows

Provide Text Books to the children of destitute widows.

Students from 1st to 12th.

i. Prescribed application form.

ii. Widow certificate.

Through the concerned Head Master, District Social Welfare Officer.

Beginning of the academic year.

20) Scholarship for the children of Ex-Servicemen

Provide scholarship to the Children of Ex-servicemen

Students from 1st to 12th.

1)      Prescribed application form.

2)      Ex-Serviceman certificate.

Through the concerned Head Master, District Ex-Servicemen Welfare Officer.

Beginning of the academic year.

 


"SARVA SHIKSHA ABHIYAN". EDUCATION FOR ALL MOVEMENT

To implement the compulsory education policy the Government of India have introduced a new scheme in the name of " SARVA SHIKSHA ABHIYAN" Education For All Movement throughout India from the year 2002.

 

THE AIMS OF THE SCHEME:

  1. To enroll all the school age children in the schools before 2003.

  2. Ensuring completion of 5th standard by the year 2007 and 8th  by the year by all students.

  3. Ensuring  zero dropout and zero repetition and cent percent completion rate.

  4. Imparting quality education to all the children irrespective of caste creed, region, etc

The following committees have been formed with  the involvement of Local elected representation retired  teachers, N.G.O.S., and P.T.A. members for the successful implementation of the scheme.

  1. Village Education Committee

  2. Block Education Committee

  3. District Education Committee

To  implement the scheme in an effective manner the following measures have been taken.

  1. 100%  enrolment of school age children into the Schools.

  2. Dropout rate to be minimized to zero level.

  3. Imparting fair and quality Education.

  4. Ensuring of minimum two teachers in a School.

  5. Starting of education  guaranteed School or Alternative Innovative centers in the places where there is non opportunity to start  a regular school.

  6. Construction of new school building and repairs to the old buildings through the village committee.

  7. Rs.500/-- Grant to each teacher for preparing Teaching and Learning materials every year.

  8. Rs. 2000/- Grant for taking repairs to building.

  9. Training to all teachers and village committee members.

  10. Construction of block resource centers in every block headquarters for importing training to the teachers.

  11. Promotion of cluster resource centers.

  12. Developing infrastructure facilities in Schools.

The Annual Plan for the year 2002-2003 has already been prepared and substituted to the Govt. Preparation of  'perspective plan' for the entire 10 years of plan period is going on now. the financial sanction for the current year is very much anticipated.

An extensive campaign was conducted to mobilize  the enrolment of  School age children on 6-6-2002, in  Salem District  at Village level, Block Level and District level.   

The Primary and Middle School Teachers, the local body representatives, the School  Parent Teacher Association Presidents Non-Government Organization and other Government Departmental Officials shall Participate  in the campaign to  make it a grand success.

As proposed,  Rallies, Slide Projection in the Cinema theatres, Propaganda at the Village,  Markets, Bazaars and Street corners were carried out.

District level Committee has been constituted.  Necessary steps are being taken for the formation of Village level and Block level Committees