Activities 2017-18 : Educational Services


In the year under review, the Math and Mission had the following educational institutions in rural and tribal areas:

 

Institutions

No.

of Units

No. of Students
Boys Girls Total Socially Backward
University 1 483 53 536 431
Arts & Science Colleges 1 2,204 39 2,243 1,487
Sanskrit Colleges 1 29 36 65 24
Teachers’ Training Institutes 1 44 4 48 32
Colleges of Physical Education 1 141 141 141
Junior Basic Training Institutes 4 97 242 339 150
Higher Secondary Schools 12 10,269 2,067 12,336 8,127
Secondary Schools 25 6,252 4,358 10,610 6,174
Sanskrit Schools 1 241 140 381 278
Jr. High / Middle Schools (VI-VIII)  

14

 

1,753

 

1,388

 

3,141

 

2,841

Jr. Basic / U.P./ L.P. Schools (I-V)  

50

 

3,885

 

2,553

 

6,438

 

3,556

Pre-Basic / K.G./

Nursery Schools / Crèches

 

133

 

2,657

 

2,396

 

5,053

 

1,555

Hostels / Students’ Homes 51 13,749 6,766 20,515 7,587
Polytechnics 2 1,144 1,144 1,131
Jr. Technical & Industrial Schools  

2

 

652

 

 

652

 

223

Computer Training Centres 4 622 618 1,240 1,003
Vocational Training Centres 45 10,662 9,750 20,412 14,233
Institutes of Agriculture 2 3,836 486 4,322 1,257
Rural Dev. Training Institutes 2 1,303 1,303 604
Non-Formal Education Centres 107 1,845 1,889 3,734 2,748
Night Schools /

Adult Education Centres

 

8

 

139

 

146

 

285

 

261

National Institute of Open Schooling Centres  

2

 

84

 

143

 

227

 

10

Coaching Centres 215 5,877 5,932 11,809 8,697
Others 50 7,690 3,879 11,569 3,382
Total 734 74,355 44,188 1,18,543 65,932

 

Details of various vocational courses conducted are given below:

 

Vocational Courses

Batches Trained No. of Students
Boys Girls Socially Backward
Dairy, Poultry, Duckery, Goatery, etc 81 1,072 1,276 1,806
Pisciculture, Aviculture, Apiculture, Sericulture, etc  

41

 

580

 

300

 

801

Agriculture, Horticulture, Floriculture, etc  

80

 

2,757

 

1,285

 

3,990

Organic Farming, Vermicomposting, etc  

24

 

404

 

193

 

553

Mushroom Cultivation 17 107 236 247
Crop Husbandry 8 199 6 92
Farmers’ Training & Orientation 1 20 10
Food-processing 10 29 214 100
Handicraft 20 12 392 124
Cutting, Tailoring, Designing, Embroidery, etc  

125

 

52

 

2,667

 

1,246

Motor Driving 5 135 6 69
Automotive Servicing & Repairing 6 103 75
Welding, Binding, Fabricating, etc 8 97 21 44
Masonry, Plumbing, etc 8 209 156
Carpentry & Joinery, Roofing, Framing, etc  

3

 

11

 

 

4

Domestic Appliances Repair 2 33 16
Repairing of Electrical & Electronic

goods

 

26

 

493

 

 

305

Electrical Wiremanship, Motor Winding, etc  

21

 

383

 

 

238

Physiotherapy / Hospital / Ward/ OT Assistant  

4

 

84

 

52

 

66

Basic Computer Operations 50 1,723 840 1,518
Basic Computer Hardware 3 52 22
Commercial Art & Painting 1 6 8 5
Photography & Videography 1 11 3 3
Others 70 2,110 2,231 2,744
Total 615 10,662 9,750 14,234

 

 

Cultural Units / Programmes / Competitions

No. of Units/

Programmes

No. of Participants/

Delegates

Cultural Units (Balak Sangha, Jnana Vahini, etc.)  

237

 

20,412

Cultural Camps:
Personality Development, etc 26 3,829
Yoga, Meditation, etc 44 1,623
Camps for Children

(including those during vacations)

 

114

 

8,692

Values Education Programmes 326 33,630
Workshops, Symposiums, Seminars:
Educational Field (Science, Literature, etc) 33 5,406
Others 15 7,215
Total 801 80,807

 

These services were mainly provided by Aalo (Arunachal Pradesh), Hatamuniguda (Raigada), Narainpur (Chhattisgarh), Narendrapur (Kolkata), Krishi Vigyan Kendra and Divyayan at Ranchi (Morabadi), Saradapitha (Belur) and Sohra (Cherrapunjee) centres through rural development training institutes and integrated rural development projects.

The Lokasiksha Parishad unit of Narendrapur centre, and Janasiksha Mandira and Samaj Sevak Sikshana Mandira units of Saradapitha centre (Belur), extended dedicated services to rural people. The centre in Mumbai continued its comprehensive rural development project at Sakwar.

Apart from this, there were libraries, audio-visual units, etc to serve rural and tribal people, details of which are shown below:

 

Audio- visual Units

No. of Units Films screened Villages covered Schools visited  

Beneficiaries

8 350 223 175 64,252
 

Libraries & Reading Rooms

No. of Units No. of

Books

Newspapers Periodicals  

Books Issued

 

Attendance

Public Libraries 28 1,62,861 85 327 24,586 46,573
School / College Libraries  

47

 

3,75,018

 

212

 

880

 

30,204

 

2,80,939


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