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    PM SHRI Schools

    The aim of PM SHRI Schools will not only be qualitative teaching, learning and cognitive development, but also creating holistic and well-rounded individuals equipped with key 21st century skills.

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    PM SHRI Schools

    06 Sep 2022 6 min read Tags: GS Paper - 2

    Government Policies & Interventions

    Education Skill Development

    For Prelims: Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, Teacher’s Day, PM SHRI SchoolFor Mains: Reforms in Education Sector

    Why in News?

    On the occasion of Teacher’s Day 2022, the Prime Minister of India announced a new initiative - PM SHRI Schools (PM ScHools for Rising India).

    It will be a laboratory for the new National Education Policy (NEP) and under the first phase, 14,500 schools will be upgraded.

    Why is Teacher’s Day Celebrated in India?

    Teachers’ Day is celebrated every year, since 1962, on September 5, to recognise and celebrate the works of educators including teachers, researchers and professors in India.

    After Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan took charge as the President of India in 1962, some students sought permission from him to celebrate his birthday. Dr Radhakrishnan, however, did not approve any fancy celebration but rather requested that the day be observed as Teachers' Day.

    About Radhakrishnan:Birth:

    He was born into a Telugu family in Tiruttani town of Tamil Nadu, on September 5, 1888.

    Academics:

    He studied philosophy at the Christian College, Madras.

    After completing his degree, he became a Professor of Philosophy at Madras Presidency College and then subsequently Professor of Philosophy at the University of Mysore.

    Employment:

    He served as the first Vice-President of India from 1952 to 1962 and the second President of India from 1962 to 1967.

    He was also the Ambassador of India to the Soviet Union from 1949 to 1952.

    He also served as the fourth Vice-Chancellor of Banaras Hindu University from 1939 to 1948.

    Recognition:

    In 1984, he was posthumously (after death) awarded the Bharat Ratna.

    Notable Works:

    Reign of Religion in Contemporary Philosophy, Philosophy of Rabindranath Tagore, The Hindu View of Life, Kalki or the Future of Civilisation, An Idealist View of Life, The Religion We Need, India and China, and Gautama the Buddha.

    National Teachers Awards 2022

    On the Occasion of Teacher Day (5th September), the President of India conferred the National Teachers Awards 2022 to 45 exceptional teachers from across India today.

    The coveted prize was awarded to teachers from various states including Telangana, Maharashtra, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, and Punjab.

    Every year on Teachers Day, the Ministry of Education organizes a national level function to confer the National Awards to Teachers to the best teachers in the country.

    Every winner of the National Teachers Awards is honored with a certificate of merit, a cash reward of Rs 50,000 and a silver medal.

    The National Awards to Teachers 2022 seek to celebrate the unique and major contributions of the teachers in the nation-building of India.

    The awards are conferred to honor those teachers who through their commitment and industry have not only improved the quality of school education but have also enriched the lives of their students.

    What do we know about The Pradhan Mantri Schools for Rising India (PM-SHRI) Yojana?

    About:

    It is a centrally sponsored scheme for upgradation and development of more than 14500 Schools across the country.

    It aims at strengthening the selected existing schools from amongst schools managed by Central Government/ State/ UT Government/ local bodies.

    Significance:

    It will showcase all components of the National Education Policy 2020 and act as exemplar schools and also offer mentorship to other schools in their vicinity.

    The aim of these schools will not only be qualitative teaching, learning and cognitive development, but also creating holistic and well-rounded individuals equipped with key 21st century skills.

    Pedagogy adopted in these schools will be more experiential, holistic, integrated, play/toy-based, inquiry-driven, discovery-oriented, learner-centred, discussion-based, flexible and enjoyable.

    Focus will be on achieving proficiency in learning outcomes of every child in every grade.

    Assessment at all levels will be based on conceptual understanding and application of knowledge to real life situations and will be competency-based.

    These schools will be equipped with modern infrastructure including labs, smart classrooms, libraries, sports equipment, art room etc. which is inclusive and accessible.

    These schools shall also be developed as green schools with water conservation, waste recycling, energy-efficient infrastructure and integration of organic lifestyle in curriculum.

    स्रोत : www.drishtiias.com

    PM SHRI Schools: Features & Details of 14,500 PM SHRI Scheme Schools

    PM SHRI Schools Features, Eligibility, Benefits & Other Details | Get List of Schools to be Upgraded Under PM SHRI Scheme

    PM SHRI Schools: Features & Details of 14,500 PM SHRI Scheme Schools

    24th November 2022 by PMY Team

    The cabinet has approved a large sum of money for the upgrading of our schools, which is tremendous news for our educational institutions. Recently, state governments in India have taken several initiatives to improve and elevate schools. This is one of the projects that focuses on both the financial requirements of schools and their aspirations for the future. Under this program, around 14,000 schools would be promoted to model status. Numerous pupils will benefit from PM Shri Scheme central government sponsorship. In the this article, we will learn about PM SHRI Schools Features, aims and advantages. You will also discuss the applicability of this strategy.

    About PM SHRI Schools

    There is a substantial investment in school renovations and innovations as the new scheme called PM SHRI Scheme is initiated. We can call this scheme a green school initiative. Local schools will all profit from this program. More than 18 lakh students are anticipated to directly benefit from the program. The Union Cabinet authorized the PM-SHRI project to upgrade 14,500 schools at a cost of Rs 27,360 crores over a five-year period.

    The administrative framework that is already in place for Samagra Shiksha, KVS, and NVS would be used for the implementation of PM SHRI Schools. According to what was mentioned in the ministry’s statement, “the other autonomous entities would be engaged on a particular project basis as necessary.” These schools will be models for others to follow because of their cutting-edge facilities, teaching strategies, and technological advancements.

    PM YASASVI Scheme

    The PM-SHRI schools will have a modern, transformational and holistic method of imparting education. Emphasis will be on a discovery oriented, learning centric way of teaching. Focus will also be on modern infra including latest technology, smart classrooms, sports and more.

    — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) September 5, 2022

    PM Shri School Portal Launched

    Today, November 3, 2022, the portal for choosing Pradhan Mantri Schools for Rising India (PM SHRI) schools was opened by Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan. On the portal, pmshrischools.education.gov.in, the state governments will be able to apply online. Through the portal, the state governments can choose which schools will be turned into PM SHRI schools. The schools will help show how the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 is being put into place and will become models for other schools.

    PM SHRI Schools Overview

    Scheme Name PM SHRI schools

    Launch By Central Government

    Launch Date September 2022

    Objectives  Schools’ Upgrading

    Website http://pmshrischools.education.gov.in./

    PM SHRI Schools Objectives

    The main objective of the PM Sri scheme is to top-grade existing schools in the nation by providing them with proper aid so that they can compete with international levels of education around the world. This plan not only provides assistance with finances and fundamental education, but it also places an emphasis on forward-thinking factors such as creating an environmentally friendly atmosphere in educational institutions. No emphasis will be placed not just on the teaching that is to be provided but also on the outcomes for the pupils in each grade.

    PM Cares For Children Yojana

    benefits & Features of PM SHRI Schools

    PM-SHRI project is to upgrade 14,500 schools at a cost of Rs 27,360 crores over a five-year period.

    PM SHRI Schools will mentor other regional schools.

    ICT (information and communications technology), smart classrooms, digital libraries, scientific laboratories, and vocational labs will all be installed in schools that participate in the PM SHRI Yojana program.

    PM SHRI will deliver high-quality education in an equal, and joyous school atmosphere that respects children’s unique backgrounds, language needs, and academic talents and makes them active participants in their own learning process.

    PM SHRI will deliver high-quality education in an equal, inclusive, and joyous school atmosphere that respects children’s unique backgrounds, language needs, and academic talents and makes them active participants in their own learning process.

    The schools will be developed as environmental schools, incorporating solar panels and LED lights, nutrition gardens with natural farming, waste management, plastic-free, water saving, and harvesting.

    Further Study of environmental practices, climate change-related workshops, and effective knowledge management to adopt a healthier approach will all be covered under the scheme.

    These schools’ teaching will be experiential, holistic, integrated, play/toy-based, inquiry-driven, discovery-oriented, learner-centered, discussion-based, adaptable, and joyful.

    Every grade will focus on learning outcomes. All assessments will be competency-based and focused on conceptual comprehension and real-life application.

    स्रोत : pmmodiyojana.in

    What is PM SHRI, the new centrally sponsored education scheme?

    Under PM SHRI, as many as 14,500 schools across states and Union Territories will be redeveloped to reflect the key features of the NEP, 2020.

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    PM SHRI: Schools upgraded to ‘NEP labs’

    PM SHRI: Schools upgraded to ‘NEP labs’ PM SHRI: A new centrally sponsored scheme aims to transform 14,500 government schools across the country into a showcase of the new National Education Policy

    Written by Sourav Roy Barman , Edited by Explained Desk

    New Delhi | Updated: September 8, 2022 7:55:02 am

    PM SHRI schools can either be KVs, JNVs, state government schools or even those run by municipal corporations. (Express Photo: Amit Mehra, File)

    Two days after Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that 14,500 schools across India will be upgraded to showcase components of the National Education Policy (NEP), 2020, the Union Cabinet on Wednesday approved a new centrally sponsored scheme under which the initiative will be implemented.

    The PM SHRI scheme

    According to the Ministry of Education, the scheme will be called PM SHRI Schools (PM Schools for Rising India). Under the scheme, 14,500 schools across India’s states and Union Territories will be redeveloped to reflect the key features of the NEP, 2020.

    The idea was first discussed with the Education Ministers of states and UTs during a conference organised by the Ministry of Education in June at Gandhinagar in Gujarat. Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said the Centre has held many rounds of discussions with the states on the implementation of the scheme. The idea of PM SHRI, he said, was to create a set of schools that would be able to act as “NEP labs”.

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    Key features of NEP

    The NEP for schools envisages a curricular structure and teaching style categorised in four stages: foundational, preparatory, middle, and secondary.

    According to the NEP, the foundational years (pre-school and grades I and II) should involve play-based learning. At the preparatory level (grades III-V), light textbooks are to be introduced along with some formal classroom teaching.

    Subject teachers are to be introduced at the middle level (grades VI-VIII). The secondary stage (grades IX-XII) will be multidisciplinary, with no hard separation between arts and sciences or other disciplines.

    It also proposed that board exams be held twice a year, including one for helping students to improve their scores, and that two types of papers on mathematics should be offered — a standard paper, and a different one to test higher levels of competency.

    Centrally sponsored scheme

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    A centrally sponsored scheme is one in which the cost of implementation is mostly split in a 60:40 ratio between the Union government and the states/UTs. The mid-day meal scheme (now PM Poshan) or the PM Awas Yojana are examples of centrally sponsored schemes.

    In the case of the Northeastern states, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Jammu and Kashmir, and UTs without legislatures, the Centre’s contribution can go up to 90 per cent. PM SHRI will be implemented at a cost of Rs 27,360 crore over the next five years, in which the Centre’s share will be Rs 18,128 crore.

    PM SHRI, KVs, JNVs

    Kendriya Vidyalayas (KVs) and Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas (JNVs) come entirely under the Centre’s Ministry of Education. They are fully funded by the Union government under central sector schemes. While KVs largely cater to children of central government employees posted in states and UTs, JNVs were set up to nurture talented students in rural parts of the country.

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    PM SHRI schools will be an upgrade of existing schools run by the Centre, states, UTs, and local bodies. This essentially means that a PM SHRI school can be an upgraded KV, JNV, or even a school that is run by a state government or a municipal corporation.

    Where and how

    The PM SHRI scheme will be application-based, which means states will have to identify schools for upgradation under the scheme. Subsequently, schools will be required to self-apply online. The portal will be opened four times a year, once every quarter, for the first two years of the scheme.

    According to the selection methodology decided by the central government, states and UTs interested in getting included under the scheme will have to first agree to implement the NEP in its entirety. Also, only those schools that meet a certain benchmark will qualify — the qualification criteria will include around 60 parameters from the availability of electricity to toilets.

    In the third stage, teams of state government officials, KVs, and JNVs will verify the claims made by the applicant school through a physical inspection. “Maximum two schools (one Elementary & one Secondary/ Senior Secondary) would be selected per block/ ULB…” (urban local body) as per the plan. The final call will be taken by an expert committee.

    What’s the difference

    How PM SHRI schools will be different from existing government-run schools remains to be seen — however, as per the plan, the upgraded schools are expected to be superior in terms of infrastructure. They will be equipped with labs, smart classrooms, libraries, sports equipment, art room, etc., and shall also be developed as green schools with water conservation, waste recycling, energy-efficient infrastructure and integration of organic lifestyle in curriculum. These schools will also “offer mentorship” to other schools in their vicinity.

    स्रोत : indianexpress.com

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