Monitoring Research and Evaluation (SSA)

Research Study Taken in 2005-2016

 

Sl.

No

Research

District

Year

Principal Investigator

1

Terminal Assessment Study

DPEP Districts

2005-06

Association for social Engineering for Research & Training (Assert) Ranch

2

Effectiveness of Mid day Meal

All District

2005-06

Dr. Ramesh Saran Ranchi, University, Ranchi.

3

Impact Study of NPEGEL programme

DPEP Districts

2005-06

Dr. Meera Jaiswal Ranchi University, Ranchi.

4

Use of VEC Grant

DPEP District

2005-06

A.Pradhan&Co. and D. Pradhan and Co. Ranchi.

5

Community Development

DPEP District

2005-06

Dr. Harishwar Dayal. St. Xaiver’s College, Ranchi.

6

Function of VECs

DPEP Districts

2005-06

Dr. Subhas Chandra Roy, Patna University, Patna.

7

Achievement levels of Girls of Bridge Course Centres

Gumla

2004-05

GVSR Prasad, Consultant Education Ranchi.

8

Effectiveness of BRC & CRC and remedial measures of BRP & CRP

22 Districts

2006-07

A.M.S Consulting Pvt. Ltd.

9

Evaluation of EGS upgraded into primary school.

22 Districts

2006-07

Ranchi University Ranchi

10

Study of Transition status from Class V to Class VI reason and Solutions to low transition.

22 Districts

2006-07

AISD, Ranchi

11

Contribution of Kasturba Gandhi Awasiya Balika Vidyalaya on Sc/ST Girls Education

25 School of first Phase

2006-07

Smt. Pushpa Mandal, Director, TRI, Ranchi.

12

Impact Study on Computer Aided Learning Education

210 School

2006-07

Sri. M.K. Jamuar, S.S. Memorial Collage, Ranchi.

13

An Evaluation of Teacher Training programme undertaken under SSA.

 

2007-08

completed

14

An impact study on Yoga. Vipassana implemented in school.

 

2007-09

completed

15

An evaluation of NPEGEL Programme

 

2007-08

Completed

16

A Study on teacher’s absenteeism (Govt. of India’s Instructions)

 

2007-08

Completed

17

Distribution of free text book and its impact

 

2008-09

Completed

18

Mid Term Pupil Achievement Study in the state of Jharkhand

 

2008-09

Completed

19

An Impact study of the Radio Programme. (English is Fun)

 

2008-09

Completed

20

Status of enrollment, attendance and retention of Muslim students and their main streaming in regular schools.

06 Districts

2011-12

LBSNAA Mussorrie

21

Time on task study in Primary classes.

06 Districts

2011-12

Media Research Group New Delhi.

22

Cohort study in Primary Classes

12 Districts

2011-12

Dept. of Psychology, Ranchi university.

23

A Study on fund flow system with special reference to delay in fund receiving at final destination.

06 Districts

2011-12

Sutra consultancy Odisha.

24

State level Achievement Survey for class III V and VII

06 Districts

2015-16

XISS Ranchi.

25

5% sample Survey of U-DISE

02 Districts

2015-16

Midstream Marketing and research Private Ltd. New Delhi.

26

Study on Administrative and cultural Interventions for Inclusion of Muslim Children in schools.

06 Districts

2015-16

Hariyali centre for Rural Development. New Delhi.


State level Achievement Survey for class III V and VII (Research summary)


Objectives of the study.
 

  1. The level of achievement of children at the end of class III V and VII in govt. schools in language, mathematics, Science and Environmental, Science.
     
  2. Difference in achievement categorywise, genderwise and rural- urban pattern.
     
  3. Influence of intervening variables like home, school teacher and school management committee.
     
  4. Impact of child entitlement and SSA activities implemented in schools on children's achievement level.


Sample of the study

 

The study was conducted in 06 districts and from each district's 500 students were selected from class III, V and Class VII each.

 

   Subjectwise mean score of class III students.
 

 

Hindi

English

Math

51.7

41.3

55.8

 

    Subjectwise mean Score of class Students.
 

 

English

Hindi

Math

EVS

44.1

58.6

68.3

63.2

 
    VIII
 

Hindi

English

Math

EVS

Science

58.6

45.7

56.4

61.3

61.1

 

To improve the situation following should be done.

 

  1. Pupil teacher's ratio should be maintained.
     

  2. Rationalisation of teachers should be done.
     

  3. Teacher's training should be reflected in classroom transaction.
     

  4. No detention policy should be reconsidered.

 

Summary of ‘study on teacher’s Absenteeism in Primary and upper primary schools of Jharkhand

 

 Major Findings :

 

  1. Overall percentage of teaching day lost due to teachers remains absent from school is found 13.6%
  2. Jamtara has the maximum percent 18 % teaching days lost due to teacher remains absent while Lohardaga has the minimum percent 9 %
  3. Lohardaga has the maximum percent (85 %) of teachers present on a working day while Jamtara shows the minimum percent (72%)
  4. 21.06 % is teacher absenteeism rate in the state.
  5. All districts have shown below absenteeism rate than state average.(district wise breakup of absenteeism rate enclosed).
  6. Absenteeism rate varies from the maximum percent 28% in Jamtara and minimum percent 15% in Lohardaga.
  7. Regular teachers showed higher absenteeism rate compared to Para teachers.
  8. Female teachers have more absenteeism rate than male teachers.
  9. Teachers belonging different social groups has almost similar absenteeism rate.
  10. As per the ‘head masters’ opinion the main reasons of the teachers absenteeism are health problem of teacher and family problems.
  11. Distance from residence to school is also effecting teacher absenteeism rate
  12. Teacher training during working days in seems to be a reason for teacher absenteeism..
  13. Head teacher/assistant teacher is spending more than 6 to 7 hours per week for the  administrative work. 

 

Districts

Total No. of Teachers

Total No. of Absent Teachers

Percentage of Teacher’s Absence

Giridih

78

19

24.36

Godda

94

19

20.21

Gumla

71

14

19.72

Jamtara

86

24

27.91

Koderma

65

18

27.69

Latehar

66

11

16.67

Lohardaga

93

14

15.03

Palamu

73

15

20.55

Saraikela

114

23

20.18

West Singhbhum

91

17

18.68

Total

831

175

21.06

 

1. District wise Average Percentage of Teacher’s Absence

2. Teaching Days lost due to teachers remaining absence from schools.

 

Districts

Number of days

%

Giridih

38

15.2

Godda

34

13.6

Gumla

29

11.6

Jamtara

46

18.4

Koderma

43

17.2

Latehar

27

10.8

Lohardaga

24

9.6

Palamu

36

14.4

Saraikela

35

14

West Singhbhum

28

11.2

Total

340

13.6

 

Research Study Taken in 2005-08
 

 

Sl.

No

Research

District

Year

Principal Investigator

1

Terminal Assessment Study

DPEP Districts

2005-06

Association for social Engineering for Research & Training (Assert) Ranch

2

Effectiveness of Mid day Meal

All District

2005-06

Dr. Ramesh Saran Ranchi, University, Ranchi.

3

Impact Study of NPEGEL programme

DPEP Districts

2005-06

Dr. Meera Jaiswal Ranchi University, Ranchi.

4

Use of VEC Grant

DPEP District

2005-06

A.Pradhan&Co. and D. Pradhan and Co. Ranchi.

5

Community Development

DPEP District

2005-06

Dr. Harishwar Dayal. St. Xaiver’s College, Ranchi.

6

Function of VECs

DPEP Districts

2005-06

Dr. Subhas Chandra Roy, Patna University, Patna.

7

Achievement levels of Girls of Bridge Course Centres

Gumla

2004-05

GVSR Prasad, Consultant Education Ranchi.

8

Effectiveness of BRC & CRC and remedial measures of BRP & CRP

22 Districts

2006-07

A.M.S Consulting Pvt. Ltd.

9

Evaluation of EGS upgraded into primary school.

22 Districts

2006-07

Ranchi University Ranchi

10

Study of Transition status from Class V to Class VI reason and Solutions to low transition.

22 Districts

2006-07

AISD, Ranchi

11

Contribution of Kasturba Gandhi Awasiya Balika Vidyalaya on Sc/ST Girls Education

25 School of first Phase

2006-07

Smt. Pushpa Mandal, Director, TRI, Ranchi.

12

Impact Study on Computer Aided Learning Education

210 School

2006-07

Sri. M.K. Jamuar, S.S. Memorial Collage, Ranchi.

13

An Evaluation of Teacher Training programme undertaken under SSA.

 

2007-08

completed

14

An impact study on Yoga. Vipassana implemented in school.

 

2007-09

completed

15

An evaluation of NPEGEL Programme

 

2007-08

Completed

16

A Study on teacher’s absenteeism (Govt. of India’s Instructions)

 

2007-08

Completed

17

Distribution of free text book and its impact

 

2008-09

Completed

18

Mid Term Pupil Achievement Study in the state of Jharkhand

 

2008-09

Completed

19

An Impact study of the Radio Programme. (English is Fun)

 

2008-09

Completed

 

Proposed Study for the year 2009-10 Scheduled to be assigned shortly.
 

 

Sl.

No

Research

District

Year

Principal Investigator

1

Status of enrollment, attendance and retention of Muslim students and their main streaming in regular schools.

 

 

 

2

Baseline pupil evaluation of Buniyad and Buniyad Plus Programme in class I and III in all districts on sample basis

 

 

 

3

Reason for delay in execution of Civil Work and utilization of fund thereof.

 

 

 

4

Time on task study in Primary classes.

 

 

 

5

Cohort study in Primary Classes

 

 

 

6

A Study on fund flow system with special reference to delay in fund receiving at final destination.

 

 

 

7

Use of TLM in classroom transaction process and its impact.

 

 

 

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