A Study on Elementary Education Programme Operated Under Samagra Sikshya Abhiyan in Cuttack District


Authors : Dr. Ajay Kumar Swain; Dr. Premananda Biswal

Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 3 - March

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7743282

Abstract : The present study was conducted to find out the status of Elementary Education Programme in Cuttack. The objectives were to study the functions of Elementary Education operated under SSA in Cuttack district with reference to Physical facilities, Institutional inputs, Achievement, Community participation and Supervision and to study the challenges and find out different strategies for improving Elementary Education in Cuttack district. 20 numbers of schools, 40 teachers, 80 students and 40 parents were selected from urban and rural areas to conduct this study. The study revealed that there is a growth of SSA in Cuttack on the matter of various interventions. But all reported that the development of rural areas is far from satisfaction. From the data collected from the respondents may not be true but the findings as per the field visit, taking responses from the higher authority, public and from the secondary data available the investigator come to know the real picture of the progress of SSA activities.

The present study was conducted to find out the status of Elementary Education Programme in Cuttack. The objectives were to study the functions of Elementary Education operated under SSA in Cuttack district with reference to Physical facilities, Institutional inputs, Achievement, Community participation and Supervision and to study the challenges and find out different strategies for improving Elementary Education in Cuttack district. 20 numbers of schools, 40 teachers, 80 students and 40 parents were selected from urban and rural areas to conduct this study. The study revealed that there is a growth of SSA in Cuttack on the matter of various interventions. But all reported that the development of rural areas is far from satisfaction. From the data collected from the respondents may not be true but the findings as per the field visit, taking responses from the higher authority, public and from the secondary data available the investigator come to know the real picture of the progress of SSA activities.

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