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|ARUN C MEHTA||
posted: 10/20/2011 9:37:31 AMThank you Mr. Rathwa and Mr. Kichloo for posting on Guest Book. Yes, the database used to be updated once in a year when latest data is provided by the States.
|ARVIND K RATHWA||
posted: 10/19/2011 9:52:04 PMTHIS WEB SITE IS VERY USEFULL FOR ALL TEACHER AND PEOPLE, ANYONE SEE THE INFO. OF TOTAL SCHOOL DATA OF GUJARAT
I HOPE WEBSITE IS UPDATE TIME TO TIME
posted: 9/19/2011 4:58:07 PMThanks your work really makes this website Award winning.
posted: 9/13/2011 6:57:10 PMSir/MAdam,
This is nice effort to have all such useful data handy. Being a part of Education Department let me request all the states of India to update their website of Education departments regulary so that the necessary information is always available to the users.
Department of Education
|Arun C Mehta||
posted: 8/10/2011 2:58:04 PMDear Jayanthi
Thank you for your interest in www.schoolreportcards.in. Hope you migh have observed that we have already uploaded 2010-11 data in case of 22 states. Rest would be uploaded soon.
posted: 8/9/2011 7:02:45 PMSir,
This is very useful. please update this as on dise data is completed. so that we can use this for all purpus.
|Susanta Kumar Dakua||
posted: 6/21/2011 1:54:41 PMDear Sir, i am the assistant teacher of N.Tentulia P.s. of Polasara block under bhabarda cluster saw my school report card in this website but found a wrong entry. There is no village named narayan pur in this location. the village name is Nua Tentulia(N.Tentulia)please verify and correct it. it is not a suggestion but a request. This site is most help ful for all .
|Parvaiz Ahmad Mir Kulgami||
posted: 6/15/2011 4:26:15 PMDISE is Too Goooo000000000d for statistic
|Nisar Ahmad Khanday||
posted: 6/15/2011 4:23:09 PMDISE isto goooooooooooooooooood achivement in Education Sector.
|Y RAMA DASU||
posted: 6/1/2011 2:27:11 PMI got his website accidentally and I feel i am very lucky to find the sitte. I feel more publicity should be given to this excellent and informative site. It is really enormous task to compile 1.3 million shcools data.
Centre for Cellular & Molecular Biology
|Dr. John Kurrien||
posted: 6/1/2011 12:43:19 PMI have been looking at the School Report Cards 2009-10 provided by your department. It is really quite extraordinary in terms of its coverage. You and your department are to be congratulated for its timely production, as well as providing it to all who want to use the data.
Centre For Learning Resources (CLR)
8 Deccan College Road
Pune - 411 006
posted: 5/31/2011 3:15:48 AMmy great grandfather started a school in 1930 at Karakbel,i am a student of this school.I am surprised to see the history of the school on the web.Great job.The school our family started in 2006 is also on the web.I am a surgeon in USA.Thanks a lot.
posted: 5/16/2011 9:34:53 AMHi Sir/Madam ... We students were planning to take survey of schools in villages and fullfill the needs for childrens in their surrondings and students ....Actually we visited nearly 20 schools in village ... and helped them by providing clean water, painted their classrooms ... As we were students it was too difficult to take survey of all village schools. I started visiting each district office to get details .. evn though I didn't get proper details ... by the way I searched the net about schools... I got your website ... Awesome Website ..Thanks for people who created the website.....
posted: 5/10/2011 8:31:33 PMthanks a lot for the providing information.i again wish to say best wishes.i want to know about serve.who can involve serve for schools please if you wish reply must
|Dr. Arun C Mehta||
posted: 4/1/2011 10:49:12 AMThank you all for comments! We are trying our level best to further improve the quality of information. Please observe that we can not alter the information submitted by the School. However, we will inform the state to make necessary changes during the next round of data collection.
posted: 3/31/2011 5:47:07 PMMany congratulations for this wonderful job. I am sure this centralized information system would be handy for long term planning.
I would like to draw you attention towards one of the typo noticed in the database for the School Code 21090601804. This school is actually situated in the village Kadimahara, but the database shows the village name as BIRAPADA.
You are requested to please make necessary change.
|tanu shikha arya||
posted: 3/16/2011 3:22:39 PMSir, this is indeed the situation that says - mirror o mirror please tell me the exact status of schooling in my country and there you are, facilitating all that is required to see assess and evaluate the school education system in India. It is a great work.
posted: 2/26/2011 10:12:22 AMHi,
Very very Thanks for your great efforts.
We are really feelling proud to becoming Bihar is the 1st state in india to all 70000 Govt Schools go Online.
Bind, Nalanda, Bihar
posted: 2/15/2011 11:25:13 PMDEAR SIR, THANKS FOR PROVIDING ELECTRONIC DATA OF SCHOOLS.THIS IS INDEED A REVOLUTION IN THE FIELD OF EDUCATION DEPARTMENT.BUT DETAILS ARE STILL AWAITED AND I HOPE IT WILL BE SOON. BIRESH TIWARY ,CHAINPUR SIWAN BIHAR
|LakshmiNarasimhan K N||
posted: 2/15/2011 11:19:54 AMDear Sir
This is really a nice achivement by both state and central govt to keeo the data handy and providing data online. I take this chance to convey my wishes to make more paperless data to have gogreen concept by going online.Thanks
posted: 2/14/2011 12:55:08 PMHeartly congratulation for bringing all school reports.this site is very useful for anyone who is interested in education. this is amazing achivment in short time span and all peoples ivoled in this project.once more congrets.
|Abhay Kumar Mishra||
posted: 2/11/2011 1:12:06 PMIts realy a very god effort. but still i dont thint that correct data have been fed. For example scoo code 10301603501 is school in western Bihar in a village. Language taught in school is given as Hindi & Assamesse. I don't think that a single person in this village knows Assamesse or will be interested in knowing it
posted: 2/10/2011 5:58:31 PMhi this is very good effort,
but data must be correct.
posted: 2/10/2011 4:40:10 PMThis is a very good effort to get all school of India on a platform.
|Prof. Arun C Mehta||
posted: 2/10/2011 3:40:39 PMDear Mr. Annasamy and Mr. Ranjan
Thanks a lot for your comments! Soon you would also able to view 2010-11 report cards. We also maintain contact details of schools and would request you to directly contact concerned schools and also authorities at the District level.
posted: 2/9/2011 10:28:54 PMDear Sir,
It's really a great work done by our Govt. officials, well done. I am really glad to see my small school from a remote village from Tamil Nadu.
It will be great if there is an online facility to make donation directly to the school to improve the quality/infrastructure of the school.
I think people living abroad (like me) really wanted to make some contribution to their favourite school, but till now there is no direct way.
I am sure there will be lot of sophisticated tools available to receive donations.
Like to know your feedback on this...
|Rajesh Kumar Ranjan||
posted: 2/9/2011 5:25:17 PMGlad to see the efforts by state and central Govt. in providing primary education in rural area.
Site for school report cards.........Just went through the report card where I shad studied 25 years back :)
Tata Steel. Ltd.
posted: 1/29/2011 3:18:53 AMrespected sir, i am b.tech student . i want to dovelope primary education. my team is ready serve to primary education. my mission will be start on 2012. if u want give me information about primary education please send me. i know weakness about primory education because i had study in primory school.
|Saleem Ahmed Baig||
posted: 1/13/2011 12:16:02 PMDear All
I am really happy to see the efforts being put towards the education of our kids. I would be glad & honored to be associated in the drive. I had been working in various Computer Hardware institutes and have experience in teaching.
Keep up the good work. May allah bless all and have mercy.
posted: 1/12/2011 8:08:32 PMthank u sir
bless u god
i knew about ur works by creating website.
i have femiliar with current situation of our village school but , if there helps i can parcipate in works for prosprity of our school
|SHANKARAPPA A M||
posted: 1/11/2011 9:26:55 PMThanks for creating this website. We can understand the educational status in rural areas.
Shankarappa A M
GHPS, V PET MUDGAL.
posted: 1/9/2011 8:00:20 PMRespected sir/Madam,
I Congratulations u on ur this step towards thos child who cannot study for some reasons. I m also a teacher in govt. school.I study in those areas where children are far from study.I wants to know the reason,I found that their parent are only hand to mouth,mean they bagged & eat if they come in school they cannot eat evening time meal,so they compel their children to bagged in mandirs,gurdwaras& other places like sation & bus stands.
If i forcely compel their parents they say to me give us family evening food & money then we send our parents to svhool . I also pay some of one but how many time i can pay. If i stop their help they donnot send ther child to school.now if ur NGO HELP ME PLZ HELP TO STUDY THESE CHILD FOR THEIR BRIGHT FUTURE.
posted: 1/7/2011 2:15:21 PMDear All,
Thanks for supporting this poor kids.I also want to be a part of it so please send me the details and procedure.
posted: 12/31/2010 9:09:12 PMI am a doctor working in a tribal area in kannur district,near aralam.kindly contact me for any help to improve the educational status and enrollment percentage in schools of backward and tribal areas in aralam, near iritty. i think so many basic needs will have to be addressed before we can correct the problems in the field of basic education, which needs a joint venture with public-govt involvement together. all the best ...
posted: 12/31/2010 8:28:21 PMNamskar,thanks for creating the website for schoolreportcads.it will inform u about position of rural areas school and there problem.
at.post....Bhosa.TQ...Sindkhed raja.Di..buldhana (mh) MOB..9767922041
posted: 12/30/2010 10:22:42 AMHi,
I want to be a part of your organisation and work wiyh u as a helping hands.From where i have to start.and what i have to do?Please send me the detail information on my e-mail id.
posted: 12/29/2010 3:05:56 PMVery informative web site.
I would like to be part of this movement.
|Prof. Arun C Mehta||
posted: 12/29/2010 2:45:46 PMDear Mr. Tiwari, Ms. Sanghmitra, Mr. Vinney & Ms.Deepa
Thanks for your posting on www.schoolreportcards.in. We are happy to know that you liked the website and want to contibute. Please get in touch with the concerned District Project Coordinator of your district. Though improved, the quality of data is still a major area of concern. The orientation of HMs, CRC Coordinators etc. can help in this direction. Similarly, one can also promote use of data.
posted: 12/29/2010 10:45:37 AMCan anyone tell me how I can involve in this programme? & what is the procedure to join this program.
posted: 12/29/2010 1:31:38 AMCan anyone tell me how I can involve in this programme?
posted: 12/28/2010 4:30:49 PMI hope that this is the best way to make a good india . I like this .
posted: 12/28/2010 3:19:35 PMi like this
|Prof. Arun C Mehta||
posted: 12/25/2010 12:43:26 PM
Dear Mr. Parimal
If you are of the view that data is not correct, send us the details, so that we can take up the matter with the State Project Direct and other functionairies at the District level.
posted: 12/25/2010 1:07:40 AMHi,
I m also a primary teacher in Bihar. I want to do much better but I think the school reports are not correct/genuine.
posted: 12/24/2010 2:40:59 PMThis is a great step in making india , hope it does not fail like population control programe
posted: 12/24/2010 11:49:19 AMThis is a wonderful initiative.
Wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a great New year ahead.
Cheers and God Bless..!!
posted: 12/23/2010 1:01:21 PMhow can I join this programme?
Is ther any program regarding Women
posted: 12/20/2010 12:32:15 PMHello,
It is really a very excellent work & initiative.
Also I noticed a school SHUBHODAYA VIDYA SAMSTE(29280227237), here there is no computer labs for their children, so please anyone can let me know how one can help to set up a lab there.
|PROF ARUN C MEHTA||
posted: 12/8/2010 9:29:28 AMMr Sunil and Mr Mudda
Thanks a lot for comments. Even though Kerala is on top of the literacy but there are a few concerns about the elementary education among which quality of education is the most important one.
I appreciate your concern about the importance of education and we all are working for that.
|KRISHNA CHAITANYA MUDDA||
posted: 12/3/2010 8:44:17 AMIt's high time we realise the importance of education.We cannot boast of our growth in terms of GDP where 8 million children are still uneducated.Economic inequalities can be removed only through education.And this can be done by making the literati realise the importance of promoting education.Let us all strive to leave a better world to our posterity.
posted: 11/26/2010 10:49:03 AMRespected sir,
Thank you for comments and information.
But in kerala,I think, there is no need to give this type of information because kerala is already fullfilled these all
posted: 11/25/2010 6:50:39 PMhi sir, madam- thanks
posted: 11/25/2010 12:40:28 PMIt is very informative and noble initiative
|Bhagwat Pratap Singh||
posted: 11/25/2010 11:23:02 AMDear sir i visited in some school in block uklana . There i noted that the facility as per given information by you are not complete yet
|Dr. Arun C Mehta||
posted: 11/25/2010 9:30:31 AMDear Mr. Joshi
Thank you for comments! Exactly I do not know but you may like to contact State Project Director or District Project Co-coordinator, SSA of the concerned district to explore possibilities. School Management Committee has been given lot of responsibilities with regard to RTE and they need lot of capacity building. At the grassroots level you can also help school teachers and motivate them to supply correct and timely educational data.
posted: 11/24/2010 5:31:23 PMwell it is an excellent attempt to bring forth the condition of school.WHAT I WOULD REALLY APPRECIATE IS A MAIL TO KNOW HOW CAN I CONTRIBUTE TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF SOME SCHOOLS IF POSSIBLE
posted: 11/19/2010 12:29:21 PMI hope this is the steping stone for future generation who will deserves the worldclass education.
|zala jaydeepsinh k||
posted: 11/18/2010 11:22:10 PMthis wap is very use and its nice 4 all teacher used
|jahid khan .h||
posted: 11/18/2010 6:31:54 PMplease , you give me any massege abouth school larning.
|Pr. Arun c Mehta||
posted: 11/18/2010 3:28:40 PMDear Mr. Rajesh and Mr. Nanji
Thank you very much for your posting. Happy to know that you both found the website useful.
|Ch Rajesh Rao||
posted: 11/18/2010 1:25:38 PMRespected Sir,
I have come across the website, the information here is very useful, since i am an active member of an NGO ' Bhavishya' running in jamshedpur by young & talented mind. Helping the under priviliged children towards their right of education.
posted: 11/16/2010 1:13:19 AMRespected Sir,
I appriciated to know about this side. I am CRC Co-ordinator of Mirzapar cluster in Kuchch District (Guj.). I have sea the imformation of my cluster school. Imformation is very useful.
|Pr. Arun C Mehta||
posted: 10/31/2010 11:27:29 AMDear Mr. Arun
Thank you very much for posting on Guest Book. As of now we do not have Grading System and as such have not assigned Grades to schools but it is good idea to have the same.
|Arun Kumar Hial||
posted: 10/28/2010 5:07:07 PMDear Statistician,
It is a wonderful site to get information of school reports of schools. I would like to know more about the parameters you use for grading. Do you have any performance rating for Schools? which leads to earmark a grade for a school (i.e., Grade A, B, C, D) for that particular year?
|Pr. Arun c Mehta||
posted: 10/8/2010 4:04:56 PMDear Mr. Rajesh Varma.
Glad to knwo that you found www.schoolreportcards.in useful. Please note that SEMIS is not part of DISE. In this regard, you may like to contact Pr. SMIA Zaidi, NUEPA.
posted: 10/7/2010 7:50:12 PMR.Sir,
Thid sd very good site for dchool information. But while sending data via semisonline.net we got problems in password as there is "change password " option . Even we sont know how to log in
|PROF ARUN C MEHTA||
posted: 9/10/2010 2:24:40 PMDear Mr. Ranjan Ghosh
The data is reported by your school only. Please submitt the correct data during 2010-11, data collection of which will be starting on 30th September 2010. Best wishes,
posted: 9/9/2010 8:39:10 PMI am a regular H.M. of Ramgarhat High School. (School Code 19181312702) in West Bengal Dist. South 24 Paraganas Block Falta Vill- Harindanga 2-VII. Why It is Reported that there is no regular H.M.?
|ARUN C MEHTA||
posted: 9/6/2010 9:12:46 PMDear Mr. Rode
Thanks for your interest in www.schoolreportcards.in.
We will try to incorporate your suggestion when we upload the data next year.
posted: 9/6/2010 5:13:04 PMWhy do all schools in the district of Mumbai appear to be listed under Private aided/ Private unaided management? Why is there no mention of schools under the management of loacal bodies?
posted: 9/6/2010 5:05:21 PMDear sir ,
your site information is very useful , but need a lots of time to open individual school report , of each district , if you can keep zip file for download of every district of each year , then its more convenient and it saves time of research student like me ...
|Arun C Mehta||
posted: 8/21/2010 7:10:57 PMNow you can search schools by PIN Code Number. In addition, a few new variables have also added to Advanced Search. Wait for more....
posted: 8/5/2010 10:37:14 PMi realy satisfied
posted: 7/28/2010 2:40:17 PMThe School: Lalchand Milapchand Dadha Senior Secondary School (CBSE) #6 Krishnapuram, Choolaimedu, Chennai 600094, Tamil Nadu with the school code 0501814 (L.M DHADHA SEC SCHOOL) is found in the Block Purasivakkam in the Cluster CPS Subbrayan street -Center II. Since, the School, Balubai Dadha Higher Secondary School (Tamil Nadu State Board) Choolaimedu - Chennai 600094, Tamil Nadu doesn’t have 1 to 10 classes it is not included in the DISE.
State Project Director
|Mr. Vijayshankar P K||
posted: 7/28/2010 2:36:09 PMI was unable to find the schools I educated from (Dhadha Group of Schools, Choolaimedu Chennai 600094). School Details: 1) Lalchand Milapchand Dadha Senior Secondary School (CBSE) #6 Krishnapuram, Choolaimedu, Chennai 600094, Tamil Nadu and 2) Balubai Dadha Higher Secondary School (Tamil Nadu State Board)
Choolaimedu - Chennai 600094, Tamil Nadu
|Mr. M N Sanyal||
posted: 7/28/2010 9:08:54 AMI would like to Congratulate you and the entire team for developing the site http://www.schoolreportcards.in, it really provides invaluable information about the schools.
Thermax Social Initiative Foundation (TSIF) , Pune (M.S)
posted: 7/27/2010 3:33:41 PMThis is truly an awesome website. Thanks so much for providing a one-stop website for all school data.
|Team Mulund Online||
posted: 6/1/2010 6:33:58 PMThis is awesome and improvement day by day! We are having one suggestion. Try to incorporate School's contact details also like Tele Phone No, Address, Email Address and Website. This will be truly unbeatable!
|ARUN C MEHTA||
posted: 5/3/2010 3:23:46 PMDear Mr. Ranjan Mandal
If you do not find your school, it means your school is not covered under DISE. Please contact CRC Co-ordinator, s/he can be of help.
Arun C Mehta
|ARUN C MEHTA||
posted: 5/3/2010 3:21:01 PMThanks Mr. Alice Bennett for your comments!
posted: 5/2/2010 9:28:11 PMI am a student teacher from Canada. I found your site while researching the school system in India for a teaching project. I am amazed by the details that you have collected for individual schools. Thank you for collecting this information and making it publically available.
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
posted: 5/1/2010 9:03:30 AMI tried to find my madrasah where i am working as an AT. But could not find. Though i don't the school code? and knew that report submitted to DISE & SEMIS. whats the matter?
|Mahipal S Pilkhwal||
posted: 4/27/2010 4:17:29 PMDear Dr. Arun C. Mehta,
I have gone through the SchoolReportcard system. It is tremedous work done by you and your team.
Mahipal S Pilkhwal
I T Consultant Pinna Group,
posted: 2/7/2010 5:39:31 PMDo we have similar data compilation for HighSchool meaning for VIII th grade through X th grade too?
I did search but couldn't comeup with such a data in the NAtional level or in the state level. If know, please provide the link so we/others will use it too.
|Ganesh Kumar Nigam||
posted: 2/4/2010 10:43:05 AMI would like to congratulate NUEPA for providing facility of school wise raw data in user friendly format (excel). I hope this facility will be very useful for researchers and they have not to go here and there for getting data. This facility will also increase transparency in data. Now need is to make teacher more sensitive in providing correct data and supervisors/officers in monitoring.
I have shared this information with my freinds who are working in seven states.
posted: 1/17/2010 8:23:06 AMShalender Sharma Ji
Thank you very much for clarifying the issues on January 11, 2010, the ones I mentioned on November 27, 2009. The kind of steps you have taken certainly boosts the objectives of the program.
1) In late 2009 itself, I alerted the Vakatippa School officials to report appropriately the recent data on the compound wall and hopefully they did so at least this year. Now, I passed on to the school the references you quoted as guidelines for future continued accuracy.
2) Today while reviewing a Mandapeta based Annapurna school's report card, I come across number of class rooms discrepancy which may be affecting across the nation where multiple schools (elementary, Upper primary, High School, Jr High School combined buildings) vs. pertinent single school owners quality.
For example, Annapurna schools have 24 classrooms and 8 other rooms. For both the elementary school code and for the Upper primary school code the management filled as if 24 class rooms [perhaps the filled form may not distinguish the details?], there by SCR (Student - Class room Ratio) different for each of those two schools based upon the number of students. In addition, the same school is hosting IX and X graders also in that complex, and too it was converted into Jr. College recently, perhaps using the same number of classrooms. If in fact, if a school has only up to elementary school and same student strength as Annapurna School and per say adequate number of class rooms of 10, then the SCR would be unfavorable to this school compared to Annapurna the way same class rooms count was used for multiple schools.
3) Speaking of counting the teachers who are on vacation is not an issue, like you referred in your January 11, 2010 response. But continue to take salary in one school [for the statistics purpose] but actually keep on working in a different school for an extended period of time is an unusual concept. Surprisingly, it appears to be a common pattern at least in East Godavari Schools, as I keep inquiring school after the school. Hopefully, following your inquiry this pattern can become to an end for a good cause. Otherwise, in an important are a of teacher to student ratio, for the qualify of education point of view, per school to school the number of teachers reporting point of view, it effects drastically with drastically undermining the value of this data gathering. If needed, I will follow-up on this issue with more data gathering.
|Arun C Mehta||
posted: 1/11/2010 5:14:59 PMDear Shri Memon
Thank you very much for your comments on School Report Cards. We very much appreciate your views and value it. For your information, we have already uploaded School Report Cards for the year 2008-09 and soon will start uploading the same for the year 2009-10. Best wishes,
Arun C Mehta
NUEPA, New Delhi
posted: 1/11/2010 5:03:34 PMDear Mr. Prasadbabu,
This is in reference to your comments (dated 27-11-2009) posted on the website www.schoolreportcards.in .
Let me thank you for writing to us regarding the discrepancies in the data. The data reported on the website schoolreportcards.in is collected once in a year, with record date as 30th September each year. Being a mammoth exercise, the collection of data more than once in a year is difficult, as of now. As you have rightly pointed out that the school's compound wall is broken and shown as the Pucca Boundary wall in the School Report Cards. Let me clarify to you that this data is reported nobody else than the Head Master/Head Teacher of the School. The Data Capture Format used by us has the provision of capturing the information on "Schools having Puuca but broken boundary walls" [Pucca (1) / Pucca but broken (2)/barbed wire fencing (3)/Hedges (4)/No boundary wall (5)/others (6)/Partial (7)]. The Pucca but broken boundary wall has been reported by the following schools of the same block (28144101002, 28144101305, 28144101201, 28144101203, 28144100601).
Moreover, it should also be considered that the grants, under SSA (visit www.ssa.nic.in for more), will not be provided for an existing compound wall, until the requirement of compound wall is saturated across the District. The Classrooms require major repair or other major repairs required by the school may be proposed in the Annual Work Plan under SSA. It may kindly be noted that the Civil Works budget for each District cannot be beyond the 33% of the overall budget for the entire year. Therefore, some of the civil works are staggered over the years. As far as the data on teachers is concerned we take into account all such teachers who are appointed for the school, if some teachers are on leave they will still be considered part and parcel of the same school.
Let me once again thank you for your keen interest in School Report Cards and assure you that we will take up the matter with concerned State and District authorities and seek clarification on the same.
We firmly believe that this type of feedbacks will certainly help us in improving the quality of DISE data.
Chief Consultant (MIS)
Technical Support Group,
10-B, Indraprashta Estate,
New Delhi - 110002, India
|surjeet singh mann||
posted: 1/1/2010 9:41:17 PMIt is a marvellous job done by you.I am very pleased to see the data filled by me in dise form on the net.It helps to know about our strength and weakness.A big hand for your team.
Surjeet Singh Mann
posted: 11/27/2009 6:43:04 AMThings are moving slowly but surely in right direction. Good job everybody. There are bugs and some data are not up-to-date, but hope everything will improve over time.
This was part of our dream long time back when I used to work for the DISE (EMIS) project in 90s with Late Yogesh Agarwal. I am remembering him today from my heart today.
Keep up the good work folks
posted: 11/27/2009 1:19:43 AMYesterday, I come across through a teacher about your website. Like all the previous guests wrote about the great work you did to create this data, it is amazing the task you took and completed so far. Being more familiar with my school at Vakatippa Village, KAPILESWARAPURAM, EG Dist, AP( School Code : 28144101401) , I realized that the information is not upto date and I am requesting the school to update info accordingly so it reflects with facts. For example, a) the compound wall was fallen years ago and not repaired/replaced yet. But the data report indicates as if the school has a compound wall and none of the reports talk about the fallen wall, see the status of the wall in the photo below.
b) The data shows that four teachers were approved and as if all four are working at the school. But in fact hardly two or three teacher were assigned/posted at a time - thus it offsets the stated teacher to student ratio too.
c) The teachers felt as if enough funds were not available to the routine requirement, not to mention about replace/repairing the compound wall, to repair/complete the remaining three rooms to use – yet per the year 2006, your report points out that the school hardly utilized Rs550 of the at that time available Rs 5,000.00.
Since the data is available on your system, the information is available to all and keeps pressure on the teachers and administrators to keep upto the mark, as the donors will verify for the accuracy and for the efficiency.
I once again I congratulate you for the great achievement you made. Please see if you can coordinate the funding contribution to Vidyanidhi and or provide information as to how FCRA/FC funds can be contributed to the school system, let it be for the rooms, compound wall, for the awards etc. I will explore all your menus, incase if you specified such information, or else I will contact the respective in charge supervising this project.
Once again thanks
Current school compound wall, perhaps it can be seen at the below link:
|SHIV KUMAR SHARMA||
posted: 11/18/2009 10:46:34 PMFIRSTLY, I WOULD LIKE TO THANKS TO YOU AND CONGRATULATE ALL OF US. I AM ASSIT. TEACHER IN BASIC DEPT. OF U.P. NOW I WANT TO SHARE ONE THING WITH ALL OF YOU ``wo din ab dur nahi jab hamare primary schools mai bhi bacche computer par mail check kiya karege``I AM GLAD TO SEE THIS SITE REALY THIS SITE IS AMAZING AS WELL AS GOOD FOR US.
IN FUTURE I WANT TO MAKE AN E-MAIL ID IS COMPALSORY FOR ALL TEACHERS FOR UPDATE OF KNOWLEDGE.......
SHIV KUMAR SHARMA
|Raj Kumar Pal||
posted: 11/17/2009 12:10:30 PMPlease accepts my hearty Congratulation for Report on School in India. It help us to known abut our Education states.
|Radhe Shyam Thawait||
posted: 11/11/2009 12:47:29 PMBychance i seen the website and exited. this is very useful for my job requaired.
posted: 10/13/2009 6:09:29 PMDear Sir,
Dise is doing a very good deed in field of empowerment of education.
Please send me the Report of the year 2008-2009.
Director: AL-HIRA PUBLIC SCHOOL,
58-59, J, CHANDAN NAGAR, DHAR ROAD, INDORE.
posted: 9/24/2009 12:29:37 AMThis is mindboggling levels of information. And an absolute need for the policy makers and decision makers of our education system.
My amazing is being never ending, when I see the year of estabilishment of the schools hover around 1940s and we are still in certain stage, which we all unianimously not happy with.
And also that this job started in 1995, has taken 14+ years to get to this stage of Information analytics.
But, we are there. Its time for us to make the great works of Mr. Arun Mehtha and take our education system to much higher levels. My dream is that every government school (80% of our schools) operate at a level of efficiency and quality, that every other top class private school envy about.
Let us make it happen.
posted: 9/22/2009 6:16:19 AMSir,
It is a great workdone by Metha and his team. Sir add CWSN Homebased children data in DCF.
posted: 9/18/2009 6:18:38 AMwonderful and unbelievable task undertaken by DISE staff.Congrats..Please take necessary steps to make the data updated without much delay.
posted: 8/4/2009 11:29:42 AMIts a great job done. This will really help those who are really concerned to improve the education system in India and also keep the records updated. congratulations to all those who work to maintain these records.
posted: 7/22/2009 2:45:07 PMI have visited for report cards of School from Village Damoy under Umaria Dist. Really to see the details online I was amazed. This is very nice, that was time when I was studying from this village’s school and gets the result when July session starts.
This is the time we get all information online any time. This will create a good awareness in parents also.
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