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Quality Assurance and Accreditation Criteria
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Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya
 
Application Booklet - 2008
 
 
Education Quality Foundation of India

Quality Assurance and Accreditation Criteria in School Education for

 
Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya
 
Application Booklet - 2008
 
 
Contents
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School Profile JNV
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Instructions for completing the Application Booklet
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Checklist
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Leadership
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Planning
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Partners in Education (students, parents and others)
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Data collection, Analysis and Knowledge Management
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Staff Focus
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Process Management
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Resources
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Results
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SchoolProfile JNV
 
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(f)         Region             PUNE
 
 
(g) Telephone:      std. code   07252        phone no.  233002       Fax    233002
 
(h) E-mail        jnvwashim@rediffmail.com
(i) Website:     navodayawashim.com  
 
(j) Year of establishment of the Institution    1994
 
(k) Code No. of the School                            06818
(l) Name of the Principal                              Shri. R. S. Chandanshiv
  
(2)        Student Details:
 
               (a) Number of Students: Boys    288   Girls   169
 
(b)     Number of students in the following categories:
 
 
Category
 
No. of Boys
 
No. of Girls
 
Total
 
(i) Schedule Caste
81
54
135
(ii) Schedule Tribes
31
11
42
(iii) Other Backward Classes
137
71
208
(iv) Minorities              
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(v) differently abled (Physically/Mentally)
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(vi) Rural Background
217
115
332
 
(vii) Urban Background
71
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125
 
Income Group:
 
 
 
 
(viii) Higher Income Group
(Above 5lakh per annum)
 
Nil
Nil
Nil
(ix) Middle Income Group
(Between 1 to 5 lakh per annum)
 
88
60
148
(x) Lower Income Group
(Below 1lakh per annum)
 
110
40
150
(xi) Below Poverty Line
 
90
69
159
 
(2)                 Staff Details:
(a)     Please provide the following information:
 
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Eng. Maths, Chem. Hist. Hindi, Phy. I.T.
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Eng. Maths, S.St., Mar. Hindi, Scinece, 
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Special Teachers (Art, Music, Sports)
Art, Music, Sports, Library
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Ministerial
 
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Others
 
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                                                                                                                                                                         Date:                                                                                  Signature of the Principal
  
Instructions for completing the Application Booklet
 
 
While completing this Application Booklet you are requested to kindly keep in mind the following points.
 
1.      Questions under each sub-heading can have five alternative answers. It is advisable that you attempt to fill up all the answers relevant to the criteria and to your institution in order of priority. No question is to be left unanswered.
2.      Please keep referring to the glossary provided. 
3.      After each criterion you have been given an opportunity to make two suggestions. This is a very valued part of the Application document and will be used in some cases verbatim when preparing the summary for the schools. Please do fill these suggestions to help others take benefit from your experiences.
4.      Wherever required your answers should be validated with concrete evidence eg. Photographs, circulars, letters or photocopies thereof-or-any other supporting material, whichever you possess.
5.      The answers may be given in about 50-60 words, highlighting the important areas relevant to the criteria and the institution.
6.      Principals may involve as many Stakeholders / Partners (teachers, students, parents, corroborators etc.) as possible while filling the application booklet.
7.      The information regarding the school profile must be filled in accurately as it will be needed for the overall summary of the JNVs or to get further feedback, if needed.
8.      Please note that the information given must be authentic and as and when ourQuality Mentor/s or our representative/s visits your site you should be able to corroborate the information with evidence on the site.
9.      All questions have some value points which would be considered for compiling the scores for the criteria and for the total. While individual allocation of scores have not been indicated, the overall scores for the criteria is included in the booklet.
10. The Application Booklet must be signed by the Assistant Commissioner / Deputy Commissioner for the region.
11. The completed application booklet in the form of a MS-Word file (2003) may be dispatched to the Regional Office / Deputy Commissioner, recorded on a new CD not later than ten days of receipt of the same. Please use Arial Font size ‘11’ to complete the application booklet. A hard copy of the completed Application Booklet signed by the Principal should also be enclosed.
12. Please ensure that the CD is correctly labeled and carries the school name.
13. We may come back to you after getting the completed Performa to have further feedback or clarification whenever we need so. 
14. For any clarification, please contact us at the following e-mail addresses:
a.      meera.balachandran@eqfi.org
b.      anuradha.sen@eqfi.org
 
Please feel free in responding to the questions as it is no judgment on your performance.
 
We hope you enjoy completing the Booklet and look at it as a reflective exercise which will go a long way in improving your institution.
 
 
 
 
Ms. M. Balachandran                    Ms. Anuradha Sen                           Mr. H.N.S. Rao
Director (EQFI)                             Director Academics (EQFI)             Director Strategic
                                                                                                               Planning (EQFI)
             
  
Checklist

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to ensure the completion
 
Please re-check after completion of the Application Booklet

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

1.                  The school profile is filled in accurately and completely.
2.                  All the questions have been answered.
3.                  Teachers, parents and students are consulted while filling up the booklet.
4.                  All the responses have been answered in order of priority.
5.                  Concrete evidence is added wherever required.
6.                  Your suggestions have been incorporated under each criteria.
7.                  CD is working in Arial font 11 has the recorded matter and is labeled.
8.                  Hard copy is also attached.
9.                  Application Booklet is signed and handed over with CD to the Regional office. 
1. Leadership (110pts.)
The Leadership Category examines how your institution’s senior leaders guide and sustain your institution. Also examined are your institution’s governance and how your institution addresses its ethical, legal, and community responsibilities.
 1.1 Senior Leadership: How do your senior leaders lead?                                                                 
 
a)         Vision and Values
                       
The answers to these questions should explain how the vision has been planned and how action plans to achieve the vision have been included in the functioning of the school. Innovation both, in the area of technology and planning of the work in the institution should be part of the responses.
 
1.         How is the institution’s vision and values set?
           
(i)         Students background (Especially rural area)
(ii)        Expectation of the parents
(iii)       Changing scenario & emerging challenges
(iv)       Technological Development
(v)        Moral values & patriotic feelings.
 
2.         How do senior leaders communicate the institution’s vision and values to the staff & Partners (staff, parents, other schools, etc.)?
 
(i)         Meetings with staff, parents, students & other schools while on inspection tour.
(ii)        By developing confidence among the staff, students & develop faith of the parents. 
(iii)       Motivating the staff & students participation in the morning assembly
(iv)       Celebration of Festivals & conduction of Co-Curricular activities.
(v)        Guidance & Counseling of the students & staff.
 
3.         How do senior leaders reflect a commitment to the institution’s values?
 
(i)         Conduct of the students & staff. 
(ii)        Being a role model.
(iii)       Achievements & out comes of the institution.
(iv)       Popularity of the institution.
(v)        Eco friendly environment.
 
4.         How do senior leaders create a sustainable institution?
 
(i)         Regular meetings with the students, staff & parents.
(ii)        Pace setting activities.
(iii)       Active participation in all affairs of the institution.
(iv)       Conducive & healthy atmosphere. 
(v)        Consecutive efforts to improve the academic as well as all round excellence.
 
5.         What are the measures undertaken to accomplish the mission and objectives?
 
(i)         Conducted regular meetings with teachers, students & staff.  
(ii)        Arranging resources. 
(iii)       Close monitoring of the academic activities. 
(iv)       Practical approach & innovative practices.
(v)        Imparting Information & Communication Technology in teaching learning
            Process.
 
6.              How do senior leaders create an environment for the institution’s           performance?
 (i)         Maintaining cordial relation.  
(ii)        Empathetical approach towards the students, staff & parents.   
(iii)       Motivation to students, staff & parents to achieve the goal.
(iv)       Maintaining discipline among the students & staff.  
(v)        Inculcating the values among the students & staff. 
  
b)         Communication and Institutional Performance
 The responses for this part should include ways in which, all involved (staff, students, etc.) in your institution work as a team for the betterment of the institution and improve teaching-learning methods. Major education initiatives taken up by the institution could be mentioned.
 1.         How do senior leaders communicate with students, staff and partners about decisions regarding the institution?
 
(i)         Conduction of meetings & taking feedback.
(ii)        Democratic approach.
(iii)       Formal & informal discussion with students, staff & parents.
(iv)       Involvement in all activities, (scholastics & non-scholastics)
(v)        Giving importance to research based projects.
 
2.              What are the practical steps taken to accomplish the objectives laid down by
                 the institution?
 
(i)         Adopting innovative methods. 
(ii)        Close monitoring of the classroom teaching.
(iii)       Counseling of the staff & students. 
(iv)       Taking proper feedback.
(v)        Involvement of the parents.
 
3.         How do you evaluate if the results are aligning with the vision?
 
(i)         Comparison of the achievement with the previous year’s achievement.
(ii)        Analysis of the social achievements of the students.
(iii)       Analysis of the academic steps which are being taken.
(iv)       Feedback from the alumni.
(v)        Feedback from parents & society.
 
4.         What are the add value programs (eg. internet usage, vocational training,
workshops, etc.) offered to the students?
 
(i)         Regular usage of internet facilities
(ii)        Career Guidance programs organized.
(iii)        Drama, Yoga, Karate, Art, Music workshops.          
(iv)       National Service Scheme, Scout guides       
(v)        Pace setting activities
 
5.         How do you receive feedback from partners (staff, parents, governing bodies, regulatory bodies, etc.)?
 
(i)         Formal and informal discussions.
(ii)        Parents Teachers Council Meetings.
(iii)       Letters received from parents and governing bodies.
(iv)       Inspection Report by the governing bodies.
(v)        Appreciations and awards
 
6.         How does the leader encourage career advancement and give recognition to the  staff?
 
(i)         Appreciation letters
(ii)        Incentive awards
(iii)       Encouragement for higher education            
(iv)       Seminars, workshops are organized.
(v)        Praising, Moral support          

1.2   Governance and Social Responsibilities: How do you govern and
         address your social responsibilities?                             
 
a)         Institutional Administration 
 
 
This includes your social responsibilities and how you address them. Transparency in the way you administer internal and external controls must be indicated. Please mention various works / activities the school has done with local community to strengthen community services.
 
1.         How does the management review & achieve protection of partners’ interests?
 
 
(i)         Freedom to work.
(ii)        Basic facilities are provided.
(iii)       Measures for safety and security.
(iv)       Financial assistance and welfare of the staff.           
(v)        Social involvement     
 
2.         How do you evaluate the performance of your senior leaders including the head     of the institution?
 
(i)         Moral support.
(ii)        Time to time guidance.
(iii)       Measures taken for the staff welfare.
(iv)       Regular monitoring.
(v)        Maintaining interpersonal relations.   
 
3.         How do senior leaders & the management use performance reviews to improve    personal leadership effectiveness?
 
(i)         Positive suggestions.
(ii)        Strategies given.
(iii)       Overcoming communication gaps
(iv)       Encouragement
(v)        Helping in problem Solving.
 
4.         How do leaders deal with the inclusion of technology in education? 
(i)         Encouragement of the staff.
(ii)        Making availability of Computers.
(iii)       Providing Internet facilities round the clock.
(iv)       Providing Computer training. 
(v)        Use of ICT in classroom teaching.    

 
5.     How do leaders track progress of their plans?
 
(i)         Assessment of the work done by the teachers.
(ii)        Achievements of the students and staff.       
(iii)       Statistical analysis of the academic results.
(iv)       Classroom Observations.
(v)        Feedback from the students.
 
 b)        Legal and Ethical Behavior
 
            This area should include indicators like integrity of testing, honesty in staff appraisals, purchasing of resources and compliance with legal and regulatory             requirements.
 
1.         How do you prepare for public concerns about new programmes in a         manner that ensures their support?
(i)         Presentation in a positive manner.
(ii)        Holding discussions.
(iii)       Highlighting the programmes.
(iv)       Awareness
(v)        Wide publicity.
 
2.         What do you do to ensure that regulatory, accreditation and legal requirements      are adhere to?
(i)         Making aware of rules and regulations .
(ii)        Appreciation letters.
(iii)       Encouragements are given at various levels.
(iv)       Manuals and Bye-laws are referred to.
(v)        Compendium of circulars.
 
3.         How do you monitor violations of ethical behaviour?
 
(i)         Keeping vigilance
(ii)        Precautionary measures are being taken.
(iii)       Monitoring personal and group behaviour.
(iv)       Personal and group assessments.
(v)        Regular counseling.   
 
4.         How do you deal with violations of ethical behaviour as and when they occur?
 
(i)         Advice and Admonitions 
(ii)        Providing awareness on mishappenings.
(iii)       Regular counseling.
(iv)       Lectures on morals and ethics.
(v)        Non-corporal punishments                                                .                          
 
5.         How does your institution support and involve itself in community                                                              programmes?
 
(i)         Celebration of festivals.
(ii)        Participation in rallies like Pulse Polio, Sadbhavana Rally.
(iii)       Participation in Fairs.
(iv)       Participation in District level activities.
(v)        Arranging programmes for the local farmers and “Samuhik Vivah “.
 
1.3        Suggestions
 
Give suggestions for the following (please mention two suggestions for each)
 
(a)        Engaging all partners in implementing the vision
 
(i)         Timely assignment of the work.
(ii)        Equal distribution of the work.
 
(b)        Promoting ethical behaviour at all levels
 
(i)         Be a role model.
(ii)       Rewards for good behaviour 
 

2. Planning (80 pts.)
  The Planning Category examines how the institution develops objectives and action plans. Also examined are how the chosen objectives and action plans are executed and changed if circumstances require, and how progress is measured.
 
2.1    Development of Plans
This refers to institution’s approach to prepare for the future. It would include both formal and informal plans. It could involve any plan like utilization of resources, changes in instructional design, use of technology, changes in testing, integrating new student needs, community or public need, etc. It could also include rapid response to changing needs.
  
a) Planning Process
 
 1.        How do you develop your plans for the institution?
 
(i)         Personal mastery.
(ii)        Team learning.
(iii)       Building shared vision.
(iv)       System thinking.
(v)        Mental model.
 
 2.        What are your institution’s main objectives in drawing up plans?
 
(i)         Achievement of the mission’s statement and vision.
(ii)        Becoming a learning organization.
(iii)       To forecast the feasibility of the goal.
(iv)       Timely implementation of the activities.
(v)        To improve the efficiency of the resources.
 
3.         How do you plan to deal with your institution’s opportunities and threats?
 
(i)         Identifying the opportunities and threats
(ii)        Hunting the resources.
(iii)       Framing the rules and regulations.
(iv)       Precautionary steps for the safety and security.
(v)        Financial provision.

4.         How do you ensure long term institutional sustainability?
(i)         Stress free environment.
(ii)        Maintaining inter personal relationship.
(iii)       Maintaining relations with the people and other institutions.
(iv)       Systematic approach to work.                       
(v)        Maintaining Academic excellence.
 
b)    Planning Objectives
 
1.         What are the main objectives of the institution with respect to academic     achievement of students?
(i)         To develop critical and analytical thinking.
(ii)        To develop administrative skills.
(iii)       To develop competitiveness.
(iv)       To develop positive attitude.
(v)        To strengthen the career opportunities.
 
2.         What are the main objectives of the institution with respect to staff development    (pedagogy, enrichment, etc.)?
(i)         Benefits of the students
(ii)        For healthy and conducive atmosphere.
(iii)       To keep abreast with latest developments.
(iv)       To make role model for the society.  
(v)        To construct tomorrow’s nation.
 
3.         What are the main objectives with respect to executing co-curricular activities in  school (sports, dramatics, art, music, debates, etc.)?
(i)         To create stress-free learning environment.
(ii)        To develop creativity.
(iii)       To provide platform for the personality development of the student.
(iv)       To develop aesthetic sense.
(v)        To expose hidden talents.
 
4.             How do the objectives address the opportunities for innovation in                                                    educational programs? 
(i)         Celebration of religious festivals.
(ii)        Various activities under pace setting activities.
(iii)       Use of Information and Communication Technology in classroom teaching.
(iv)       National level games and sport meets.
(v)        CCA activities in three languages.
 
2.2    How do you ensure that the plans are successful?
 
This would imply all the measures used by you to ensure the success of your plans. It could involve data collection and analysis. It could mean reallocation of resources. It could also involve better communication techniques.
 
a) Action Plan Development and Implementation
 
1.      How do you implement action plans to achieve your objectives?
 
(i)         Conduction of meetings with students & staff.
(ii)       Result Analysis.
(iii)       Remediation.
(iv)       Arranging Speeches in morning assembly.
(v)        Regular monitoring of the activities.
 
2.      How do you ensure that adequate financial and other resources are available and allocated to support your action plan? 
 
(i)         Centralized financial policy decided.
(ii)       
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3.      What are the ways through which you assess effectiveness of the action plans?
 
(i)         Result analysis.         
(ii)        Teachers audit.
(iii)       Continuous observation.
(iv)       Regular participation of the teachers in activities.
(v)        Feedback from the students & parents.
 
4.      What steps will be taken to modify the action plans, if necessary?
 
(i)         Discussion among the staff.
(ii)        Difficulty level of the problems.
(iii)       Sharing views.
(iv)       Updating of ideas.
(v)        Rearranging the resources.

 
 
b) Performance Projection
 
 
(i)         Foresight of the latest Competition.   
(ii)        Avoiding loop holes.
(iii)       Maintaining consistency of efforts.
(iv)       Adopting innovative practices.
(v)        Providing more facilities.
 
2.      What are your performance projections for your short term plans?
 
(i)         Time bound programmes.
(ii)        Frequent supervision & feedback.
(iii)       Remediation.
(iv)       Frequent Assessment of the students.
(v)        Syllabus completion. 
 
3.      How are these projections determined?
 
(i)         Rewards and punishments.
(ii)        Analysis of results.
(iii)       Feedback from the society.
(iv)       Completion of work in time.
(v)        Making available the adequate resources.
 
4.      How do you compare these projections with your competitors, key benchmarks, and goals?
 
(i)         Availability of resources.        
(ii)        Working conditions.
(iii)       Competency of faculties.
(iv)       First generation intake.
(v)        History of the institution.
 
2.3    Suggestions
 
Give suggestions for the following (please mention two suggestions for each)
 
(a)        Involving partners in the planning process
 
(i)         Group Discussion.
(ii)        Setting goals.
 
(b)        Monitoring the plan outcomes
 
(i)         Comparison between previous situation and present outcomes.
(ii)        Analysis of the outcomes.

 
 
3. Partners in Education (80 pts)
    (Students, Teachers, Parents and Others)
 
 
The Partners in Education category examines the way schooldetermines the requirements, needs, expectations, preferences of students and partners, relationship building with students and partners. It determines the factors that attract students and lead to student and partners’ satisfaction and loyalty. It also refers to educational services and programs.
 
This category requires focus on different student groups and partners of the school, feedback from partners, changes in the educational environment and knowledge about other schools providing similar educational services. Other schools might include schools that provide these services in other regions.
 
3.1  Student and Partner Knowledge: How do you obtain and use knowledge of students and partners?   
 
a)      Student and Partner Knowledge
This would involve knowledge of your student requirements, needs and desires. It would also refer to all the programmes available for the students from the time of admission to the completion of the course.
 
 
1.       What special educational programs do you have, to cater to your partners                               needs?
 
(i)         Finding of Socio economic status
(ii)        Utilization of available resources.
(iii)       Career guidance & counseling.
(iv)       Regular Co-Curricular Activities.
(v)        Adolescence Education Programmes.
 
 
2.       How do you take feedback from partners to determine their expectations in the educational program?
(i)         Discussion.
(ii)        Evaluation through questionnaire.
(iii)       Analysis of outcomes.
(iv)       Behavioral changes.
(v)        Formal & informal enquiry.
 
 
3.      How do you utilize feedback from partners?
 
(i)         Remedial measures.
(ii)        Guidance & counseling.
(iii)       Implementation of suggestions if any.
(iv)       Sharing of novel ideas.
(v)        Resetting of future goals.
 
4.      What are the measures taken to ensure that health requirements of the students are taken care of?
(i)         Regular medical check-ups medical camps.
(ii)        Regular physical exercise, yoga.
(iii)       Balanced nutritious diet.
(iv)       Clean & hygienic surrounding.
(v)        Vaccination programmes.
 
5.      What are the safety and security measures taken by the institution for the students?
         
(i)         Finding & removal of the hazards.     
(ii)        Awareness among the students.
(iii)       Ensuring the regular attendance.
(iv)       Alertness of watchman.
(v)        Constant vigilance of the staff.
 
 
6.      What methods do you adopt to be aware of changes in the curriculum?
                
(i)         Review of the circulars.
(ii)        Use of internet facility.
(iii)       Perusal of the CBSE & NCERT journals.
(iv)       Exchange of ideas.
(v)        Constant communication with apex educational organization.
 
7.      What is the nature of teaching learning transactions in the classrooms?
 
(i)         Interaction with the students.
(ii)        Use of teaching aids.
(iii)       Use of ICT.
(iv)       Demonstration & role play.
(v)        Field trips.
                
    
3.2 Student and Partner Relationships and Satisfaction: How do you
build relationships and enhance student and partner satisfaction and loyalty?
 This would include involvement of students and teachers in decision making. It would also indicate methods to reduce stress in students. You could include any surveys conducted to determine satisfaction of the partners.                                                                               
 
a) Students and partners relationship building
 
1.      How do you develop relationships with students to enhance their academic performance?
 
(i)         Communication between students and teachers.
(ii)        Guidance & counseling.
(iii)       Active participation in Games & sports.
(iv)       Communication while dinning along with students.
(v)        Participation in CCA along with the students.
 
2.      How do you develop and maintain relationship with partners?
 
(i)         Celebration of festivals, birthdays.
(ii)        Greeting & inviting on special occasions.
(iii)       Sharing of joys and sorrows.
(iv)       Sharing & apprising of ideas.
(v)        Academic & social discussion.
 
3.      What are your measures to collect information (complaints & feedback) from students & partners?
 
(i)         Use of grievance box.
(ii)        Discussion with students & partners.
(iii)       MOD reports.
(iv)       Building faith amongst each other.
(v)        Peer group discussion.
 
4.      How do you ensure that complaints are resolved effectively and on time?
 
(i)         Timely appropriate action.
(ii)        Proper guidance & counseling.
(iii)       Compromising.
(iv)       Create win - win situation.
(v)        To make realized.
 
 
 
 
5.      How do you ensure that students conform to the rules of the institution?
 
(i)         Behavioral outcome.
(ii)        Timely involvement in the activities.
(iii)       Feedback from the alumni.
(iv)       Day to day observation.
(v)        Making aware of the rules.
 
 
b)     Student and partner satisfaction determination
 
Include any formal, informal feedback, complaints and complaint handling systems. Comparisons with other schools providing the same sort of education could also be included.
 
1.      How do you use student and partners’ satisfaction and dissatisfaction information for improvement?
 
(i)         Identifying weak and strong points by proper feed back.
(ii)        Planning for the remedies of loop holes.
(iii)       Using positive points as Motivating factors.
(iv)       Mixing up with the students and having informal discussion.
(v)        Listening the needs of the students and to look at the possibilities.
 
2.      How do you use information on the satisfaction of students and partners’ vis-à-vis other schools delivering similar educational services?
 
(i)         Discussion in the students meeting.             
(ii)        Taking the views of students and partners.
(iii)       Matching with the funds available.
(iv)       Providing the required services.
(v)        Involvement of the parents.
 
3.      How do you ensure that your approaches relate to current educational needs and directions?
 
(i)         Getting the feedback from the students.
(ii)        Feedback from the parents.
(iii)       Comparing with the present competence.
(iv)       Interaction with alumni.
(v)        Performance of the students in the present scenario. 
 
 
4.        How are the educational needs of the differently abled (physically / mentally) students taken care of?
 
(i)         Providing special facilities as per their needs.
(ii)        Parental care.
(iii)       Provision of recent technology.
(iv)       Counseling & guidance from experts. 
(v)        Balancing the confidence level.
 
 
3.3 Suggestions
 
1.      Give suggestions for the following (please mention two suggestions for each)
 
(a)        Improving relationships with students and partners
 
(i)         Regular interaction with the students.
(ii)        Organizing friendly activities.
 
(b)        Fulfilling expectations of students and partners
 
(i)         Increase the satisfaction level of the students & partners.
(ii)        Transparency in all activities.
 
4.     Data Collection, Analysis, and Knowledge Management    (85pts)
 This category examines the way your school selects, collects, analyses, manages, and improves its data, information and knowledge. It also includes managing information technology (computer, internet and other electronic means) and the way school reviews the data and information to use it for performance improvement. Performance of school could also be analyzed by collecting comparative data and information which are obtained by benchmarking and by seeking competitive comparisons. “Benchmarking” refers to identification of best practices and performance for similar activities.
 
4.1   Data collection, Analysis, and Improvement of Institution’s Performance: How do you measure, analyze, and then improve institutional performance?
Include all the methods used for collecting data about your institution and other institutions. Also indicate how you use this data for improving your institution.                                    
    a)   Performance Measurement
 
1.      How do you evaluate your institution’s performance?
 
(i)         Comparison of results.
(ii)        Awards & Rewards.
(iii)       Recognition & reputation.
(iv)       Enrollment of the students.
(v)        Achievements of students & staff.
 
2.      How do you ensure the effective use of available comparative data from other institutions?
 
 (i)        Analyzing of data.
(ii)        Sharing the same with learners.
(iii)       Maintaining relations.
(iv)       Exchanging ideas with others.
(v)        Maximum utilization of that data.
 
3.      How do you keep your Performance Measurement System (ways of measuring performance) updated?
 
(i)         Regular collection of data.
(ii)        Statistical & Analytical Assessment.
(iii)       Frequent & Regular Assessment.
(iv)       Comparison of day to day performance.
(v)        Follow up of recent techniques.
 
4.       How do you collect, integrate and align data on a daily basis?
 
(i)         Collection of information from individuals.
(ii)        Compiling the performance graphs.
(iii)       Compiling the Obtained marks.
(iv)       Evaluation of daily lesson plan.
(v)        Monitoring of assignments given.
 
5.         How do you use this data for continuous improvement?
 
(i)         Regular feedback.
(ii)        Required remedial steps.
(iii)       Counseling & guidance.
(iv)       Implementation of action plan.
(v)        Increase in motivating factors.
 
6.         How do you arrive at benchmarks?
 
(i)         Continuous & comprehensive Evaluation.
(ii)        Feedback from the students.
(iii)       Adopting different strategies.
(iv)       Remedial teaching.
(v)        Peer group discussion .
 
7.         How do you collect data regarding students’ and partners’ satisfaction,       dissatisfaction and loyalty?
 
(i)         Assessment of their performance.
(ii)        Formal & informal discussion.
(iii)       Disposal of grievances, if any.
(iv)       Feedbacks from various means.
(v)        Interaction.
 
8.         How do you collect information on the satisfaction of the students’ and partners’    vis-à-vis other institutions delivering similar educational services?
 
(i)         Arranging seminars.
(ii)        Various competitions.
(iii)       Games & Sports.
(iv)       Workshops.
(v)        While on inspection tours.
 
 
9.         How do you deal with gaps in performance as revealed in your data analysis?
 
(i)         Identifying lacunas & reasons their of.
(ii)        Improvement in our performance.
(iii)       Remedial measures.
(iv)       Arranging of trainings.
(v)        Assistance from different corners.
 
 
4.2   Management of Information, Information Technology, and Knowledge:
Include how you manage your information, information technology, and
institutional (school) knowledge?                                              
 
a)        Management of Information Resources
 
1.      How do you make the needed data and information available to students?
 
(i)         Regular meetings with the students.
(ii)        Display of data & information.
(iii)       Through ICT.
(iv)       Use of library.
(v)        Use of resource room.
 
 
2.      How do you make the needed data and information available to partners?
 
(i)         Discussions.
(ii)        Circulars.
(iii)       Regular meetings.
(iv)       Correspondence.
(v)        Providing material.
 
 
3.   How do you ensure that the data mechanisms (methods for collecting, storing and transmitting information) are current with technological changes?
 
 (i)        Awareness of updates.
(ii)        Provision of latest technology.
(iii)       Ensuring the objectives fulfillments.
(iv)       Discussion with other organization.
(v)        Comparison with others.

 
b)    Data, Information and Knowledge Management
 
1.      What are the processes through which you ensure accuracy and reliability of the collected data?
(i)         Analysis of data.
(ii)        Ensuring the authenticity of data
(iii)       Keen observation.
(iv)       Review of the data.
(v)        Experts comments.
 
2.      How do you maintain the confidentiality of your institution’s data? 
 
(i)         Electronic data keep in password.
(ii)        To keep the data in tight security.
(iii)       To keep data in the custody of faithful & accountable person.
(iv)       To keep close eye.
(v)        To keep data in safe lockers.
 
3.         How do you manage and maintain data on the alumni?
 
(i)         Frequent correspondence.
(ii)        Arranging meetings for alumni.
(iii)       Personal contact.
(iv)       Inviting alumni on annual day.
(v)        Taking feedback from the alumni.
 
4.         How is data on the alumni used effectively for the improvement of the institution?
 
(i)         Inviting the alumni for guest lecturers.
(ii)        Career guidance by the alumni.
(iii)       Peer group discussion leading by alumni.
(iv)       Projection of the profiles of the alumni.
(v)        Participation of alumni in raising the development funds.
 
5.         How does the institution ensure that the principles of e-governance are part of       the institution’s profile?
 
(i)         Developing Web sites.
(ii)        Developing E-Library.
(iii)       Preference to E- Correspondence.
(iv)       Use of Multimedia in classroom transaction.
(v)        Computer Literacy among the students.

 
4.3 Suggestions:
 
1. Give suggestions for the following (please mention two suggestions for each)
 
(a)        Effective measurement of school performance
 
(i)         Availability of recent technology.
(ii)        Participation of all concerns.
 
(b)        Efficient availability of the data and information to students and partners
 
(i)         Updating of data on Web site.
(ii)        Displaying data on notice board
 
5.      Staff Focus (80 pts.)
The Staff Focus category examines the way your school engages, manages, and develops your staff to utilize its full potential for the accomplishment of the objectives. It requires focus on staff capability, capacity, satisfaction and dissatisfaction levels.
 
5.1                Staff Engagement: How do you engage your staff to achieve institutional (school) and personal success?
 
Staff would include your institution’s permanent employees at all levels, team leaders, supervisors, administrative and group ‘D’. It would include your staff involvement both emotional and intellectual in accomplishing the mission of the school. Recognition can be both monetary and non monetary, formal and informal rewards. Any unique approaches to staff development can be recorded.
 
a) Staff enrichment
1.      What are the main factors affecting staff satisfaction?
 
(i)         Awards & Rewards.
(ii)        Individual appreciation.
(iii)       Students achievements.
(iv)       Incentives.
(v)        Regular monitoring by the head.
 
 
2.      How do you determine the main factors affecting staff engagement?
 
(i)         Freedom to work.
(ii)        Assignment of work by taking the interest into account.
(iii)       Healthy & conducive atmosphere.  
(iv)       Work culture.
(v)        Moral support from the institutional head.
 
3.      How do you develop staff competence in the areas of cooperation, skill sharing, communication among faculty & staff?
 
(i)         Subject committee meeting.
(ii)        Cordial inters personal relations.
(iii)       Sharing Sports skill on ground
(iv)       Implementation of value education.
(v)        Assigning the challenging duties.
4.      What procedures are adopted for ensuring the high performance of the staff?
 
(i)         Setting a target.
(ii)        Consideration of individual interest & capability.
(iii)       Healthy competition among the staff.
(iv)       Encouragement & motivation to the staff.
(v)        Orientation by the principal.
 
 
5.      How does this performance management system reinforce focus on students and partners for achieving goals?
 
(i)         Correlation with bench marks.
(ii)        Reinforcement of strategy.
(iii)       Improvement of the student’s performance.
(iv)       Easy to achieve the goal in time. 
(v)        Development of positive attitude.
 
b) Staff and Leader Development 
1.      How does your staff development and learning system address the needs for learning?
 
(i)         Active participation of the students in various activities.
(ii)        Behavioral attitude of the students.
(iii)       Improvement of the academic performance.
(iv)       Achievement of set target.
(v)        Understanding & Awareness of the responsibilities.
 
2.      How does the school ensure the transfer of knowledge from departing and retiring staff?
 
(i)         Arranging guest’s lectures.
(ii)        Orientation before retiring & departing.
(iii)       Leading group discussion by departing & retiring person.
(iv)       Regular communication.
(v)        Preserving their intellectual works.
 
c)      Assessment of Staff Engagement
 
1.      How do you improve staff engagement?
 
 (i)        Identifying the quality of the individuals.
(ii)        Understanding capability & efficiency.
(iii)       Solving personal difficulties.
(iv)       Appreciation.
(v)        Assessment of off job work.
 
5.2   Work Environment: How do you build an effective and supportive workforce environment?
Staff Capability is the ability to achieve work through the knowledge, skills, abilities and competencies of the available staff. Staff capacity is the school’s ability to ensure adequate staffing levelsto accomplishthe objectives of theschool. It would also mean looking at the future needs of the institution, eg. subject expertise, special needs etc.                                               
 
a)    Staff Capability and Capacity
 
1.         What are the indicators of staff capability?
 
 (i)        Enthusiastic approach.
(ii)        Energetic behaviour.
(iii)       Co-operative nature.
(iv)       Positive attitude.
(v)        Individual profile.
 
2.      How does your school assess its capacity needs?
 
 (i)        Background of the students.
(ii)        Geographical location of the school.
(iii)       Social commitment.
(iv)       Availability of resources.
(v)        Target & bench marks.
 
3.      What are the steps taken to ensure that the new staff fit into the school environment?
 
(i)         Orientation.
(ii)        Providing facilities.
(iii)       Maintaining cordial relations.
(iv)       Arranging love feast & pot luck dinner.
(v)        Helping hand by the Principal.

 
4.      What measures are undertaken to retain staff?
 
(i)         Persuasion. 
(ii)        Counseling.
(iii)       Incentives.
(iv)       Importance of work.
(v)        Compensation.
 
5.      How do you manage and organize your staff to accomplish the work of the school?
 
(i)         Even distribution of the work.
(ii)        Team building.
(iii)       Annual plan.
(iv)       Frequent supervision.
(v)        Assessment.
 
6.      How do you manage and organize your staff to reinforce focus on students and partners?
 
(i)         Pointing out loop wholes.
(ii)        Suggestions.
(iii)       Problem solving.
(iv)       Establishing rapport.
(v)        Motivating lectures.
 
7.      How do you cope up with the situation of shortage of staff?
 
(i)         Arranging guest lectures.
(ii)        Managing from neighboring Vidyalaya.
(iii)       Appointment of contract/part time teachers.
(iv)       Exchange of teachers.
(v)        Utilization of knowledge other than subject.
 
 
b)   Work Environment
 
1.      What policies, benefits and services support your employees?
 
(i)         Promotion.
(ii)        Incentives.
(iii)       Training programmes.
(iv)       Learning facilities.
(v)        healthy atmosphere.

 
5.3 Suggestions:
 
Give suggestions for the following (please mention two suggestions for each)
 
(a)        Improvement in staff engagement
 
(i)         Equal distribution of work.
(ii)        Conducive atmosphere.
 
 
(b)        Creating a conducive school environment
 
(i)         Equal distribution of work.
(ii)        Transparency.

 
6.    Process Management(80 pts)
 
The Process Management category examines the way your school determines its areas of expertise and work processes. The way work processes are designed, managed and improved to provide programs and services as per the students’ and partners’ needs to ensure accomplishment of objectives, success and sustainability of the school. It requires focus on preparedness for emergencies, future changes, innovation, time management and cost control.  
 
6.1 Work Process: How do you design your work processes?
 
Work systems would involve your staff, your management, parents and key partners who would help you achieve your objectives. It would also indicate how you coordinate your resources. Your main processes are those that would help in maximizing student success. Disasters might be weather related, security related or due to local or national emergency.          
 a) Areas of Expertise
1.      How does the institution use its expertise to fulfill vision and objectives?
 
 (i)        Identifying strengths of individuals.
(ii)        Giving opportunities to the capable.
(iii)       Participation of all.
(iv)       Provision of requirements.
(v)        Regular assessment.
 
2.      How do you incorporate innovation into your overall work processes?
 
(i)         Empowering staff with latest technology.
(ii)        Demo of latest up dates.
(iii)       Encouragement and recognition for creativity.
(iv)       Activity based learning.
(v)        Visual based teaching.
 
b)     Work Process Design
1.      How do you incorporate new technology into these processes?
 
(i)         Preparing lesson plans with PPT.
(ii)        Surfing internet facilities.
(iii)       Establishment of resource room.
(iv)       Data preservations.
(v)        Online resource sharing.
 
2.      How do you ensure that the institution has adopted the processes for adapting to change?
 
(i)         Use of Multimedia.
(ii)        Out comes of the students.
(iii)       Behavioral change.
(iv)       Performance assessment.
(v)        Follow up.
 
3.      How do you deal with linkages among educational programs offered in your institution (e.g. counseling services)?
 
(i)         Sharing of contents.
(ii)        Matching the objectives.
(iii)       Maintaining time factor.
(iv)       Personality development.
(v)        Willingness to acceptance.
 
4.      How do you utilize time efficiently in order to achieve maximum productivity and cost control in your work process?
 
(i)         Preparing time schedule.
(ii)        Assigning task.
(iii)       Monitoring and periodical review.
(iv)       Optimum utilization of existing resources.
(v)        Effective use of latest techniques.
 
c)    Emergency Readiness
1.      How do you ensure institution’s preparedness for disasters or emergencies?
 
(i)         Timely recharge of fire extinguisher.
(ii)        Demonstration of using fire extinguisher.
(iii)       Emergency siren.
(iv)       Demonstration of safe evacuation during natural disasters.
(v)        Periodic review of emergency services.
 
6.2 Work Process Management and Improvement: How do you manage and improve your key institutional (school) work processes?
This would indicate how you use data collected to evaluate your work processes. It would involve analyzing inputs like time, materials, or behaviour and outputs like quality, quantity and efficiency needed to achieve your targets. It would also mean analyzing classroom transactions and student learning processes.
 a)      Work Process Management
1.      How do you implement your work processes?
 
(i)         Planning.
(ii)        Time schedules.
(iii)       Design of learning.
(iv)       Developing attitude.
(v)        Setting targets.
 
 
2.      How do you ensure that they meet your action plans?
(i)         Evaluation.
(ii)        Feed back.
(iii)       Comparison with targets set.
(iv)       Observation of changes.
(v)        Output analysis.
 
3.      How do you ensure consistency in student learning or student success?
 
(i)         Performance.
(ii)        Class room observation.
(iii)       Behavioral change.
(iv)       Individual profile.
(v)        Comparison.
 
 
4.      How do you minimize overall costs?
 
 (i)        Optimum use of available resources.
(ii)        Sharing of resources.
(iii)       Avoid wastage.
(iv)       Recycling of waste.
(v)        Developing belongingness.
 
 
5.      How do you prevent errors and rework in the implementation of your work processes?
 
(i)         Developing careful attitude.
(ii)        Close monitoring.
(iii)       Ensuring well defined tasks.
(iv)       Providing proper time.
(v)        Developing concentration in work.
 
              
 
6.      How is the input from your partners used in managing work processes?
 
(i)         Sharing of views.
(ii)        Cooperation in work.
(iii)       Exchanging of ideas.
(iv)       Implementation of suggestions.
(v)        Planning.
 
7.        What pace setting activities do you undertake for sustainable development of the institution?
 
(i)         Inter school competition.
(ii)        Community services.
(iii)       Adult literacy programme in near by villages.
(iv)       Computer literacy programme in near by villages.
(v)        Participation in rallies.
 
8.         What processes are in place to offer guidance and counseling to students and      parents?
 
(i)         Conducting regular meetings.
(ii)        Monitoring of behavioral changes.
(iii)       Attending the Grievances.
(iv)       Arranging lectures of experts.
(v)        Personnel touch.
 
9.         How do you incorporate a measurement plan that makes effective use of assessment?
 
(i)         Proper Planning.
(ii)        Effective Implementation.
(iii)       Evaluation.
(iv)       Monitoring.
(v)        Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation.
 
6.3 Suggestions:
                   
1.      Give suggestions for the following (please mention two suggestions for each)
 
(a)        Maintaining efficiency in work processes
 
(i)         Proper Planning
(ii)        Effective Implementation.
 
(b)        Preparing for future changes and challenges
 
(i)         Advance Planning.
(ii)        Positive Attitude.
 
 
7. RESOURCES (85pts.)
The Resources category examines how your institution determines the requirements of physical resources and their planning, allocation and maintenance. Physical infrastructure would include the interior and exterior facilities of the school. Resource category will also include the various aspects of financial resources. Financial resources require focus on the budget which includes income expenses, reserves and grants. It will also include decisions regarding fee levels, scholarships and awards.
 
7.1 Physical Resources: How do you identify your physical infrastructure needs and their utilization?
This would also include how you plan and meet changing curricular needs, e.g. math laboratories, technology changes, redesigning existing facilities. It would also include catering to differently abled (physically and mentally) students and the best utilization of existing infrastructure.
 
a)         Institutional Infrastructure.
1.      How is the physical infrastructure planned to suit the student and partners’ needs?
(i)         All round development of the students.
(ii)        Growth of Academic performance. 
(iii)       Provide Opportunities.
(iv)       Realizing / Achieving set targets.
(v)        Physical Growth.
 
2.      How are the physical needs of differently abled (physically and mentally) students taken care of?
(i)         Medical Services.
(ii)        Parental Approach.
(iii)       Special Attention / Care.
(iv)       Moral Support.
(v)        Counseling.
 
3. How do the physical resources of the institution address the residential needs of your students?
(i)         Homely atmosphere.
(ii)        Balanced and Nutritious diet.
(iii)       Inculcation of Morals Values
(iv)       Safety & Security.
(v)        Recreation & Entertainment   
 
4.     What measures have been included in the infrastructure to ensure the safety and security of the students and staff?
 
 (i)     Removal of Hazards.
(ii)     Underground electrification for Safety.
(iii)     Provision of Emergency Siren & Fire Extinguishers.
(iv)     Compound Wall.
(v)      Earthquake proof Construction.
 
5.         What are the special arrangements for the residence of the staff?
 
(i)        Partially furnished & Rent Free Accommodation.
(ii)       Adjacent Warden Quarters.
(iii)      Adequate Water Supply.
(iv)       Generator Electric Supply.
(v)        Timely Maintenance & Repairing
 
6.      How does the school address issues related to the student food needs (supply,       serving, hygiene etc.)?
           
(i)        Balanced & Nutritional Diet.
(ii)        Medical Attendance.
(iii)       Seasonal Fruits.
(iv)       Clean & Hygienic atmosphere is Maintained.
(v)        Quality Control.
 
b)        Utilization of Physical Resources
 1.      How do you link with the community, when required, to draw on additional resources?
 
(i)    Pace- setting
(ii)   Excursion, Tours, Field Trip, Visits, Survey etc.
(iii)   Providing Infrastructure for Community Services. 
(iv)   Borrowing & lending resources if required.
(v)    Sponsoring for various programmes 

  
2.      What are the procedures used for analyzing utilization of resources?
(i)     Present condition of the Resources.
(ii)     Feedback from the Users.
(iii)    Need for Maintenance & Repair.
(iv)    Present Outcomes.
(v)     Satisfaction level of the community.
 
c)         Maintenance of Physical Resources
 1.      What processes are used to create awareness for maintenance of physical resources?
 
(i)    Self Discipline. 
(ii)    Self Belongingness.
(iii)    Moral & Value Education
(iv)    Competitions for Cleanliness and Decoration.
(v)     Creating Awareness about the Utility of the Resources.
 
2.      How are emergencies related to infrastructure dealt with?
(i)    Periodic Monitoring.
(ii)    Maintenance & Repairing.
(iii)   Timely attending Emergency services.
(iv)    Periodic Mock Drill.
(v)     Safety & Security Report.
 
 
7.2 Financial Resources: How are your financial needs established and incorporated in the budget?
This would include income, expenditure, reserves and endowments. It will also include decisions regarding fee levels, scholarships and awards. Staff involvement would imply staff requisitions department wise.
 
1.         What is the involvement of the faculty in the preparation of the budget?
 
(i)       Department wise Requirements. 
(ii)      As per the Funds Allocations.
(iii)       As per Norms decided by the Samiti.              
(iv)       Special Needs.
(v)        If any Emergency Occurs.     
 
 2.         What are the processes for identifying your expenditure per student?
 
(i)         Daily Needs Items of the students.
(ii)        Expenditure on Food.
(iii)       Expenditure on Text Books, Stationary, TA etc.
(iv)       Students Uniforms.
(v)        Medical Expenditure.  
 
3.            How do you prioritize the allocation of the budget?
 
(i)         Mess Expenditure..
(ii)        Uniforms.
(iii)       Daily Needs Items.
(iv)       Books, Stationary & Medicines.         
(v)        Pay and Allowances of staff.                                     
 
4.            How are financial emergencies handled?
 
(i)         Utilization of PTC Funds.
(ii)        Utilization of Navodaya Vikas Nidhi.
(iii)       Curtailing of Amenities.
(iv)       Generating sources of Income.                     
(v)        Generating Aid from Donors. 
 
 
5.            How does your budget follow regulatory specifications?
 
(i)         Proper Planning.
(ii)        Financial Projections.
(iii)       Planned Expenditures.
(iv)       Allocation of Funds as per Norms.
(v)        Fixation of Menu as per Fund Allocation.       
 
6.         How do you ensure the utilization of the budget in a planned manner?
 
(i)         Non Deficit of Budget.
(ii)        Annual Audit.
(iii)       Full Utilization of Funds.
(iv)       Provision of Facilities as per Budget.
(v)        Maintaining Transparency
 
 
7.         How do you take care of all financial obligations for different subject areas?
 
(i)         All Purchases as per Norms of Samiti.
(ii)        Utilization of funds as per its allocations.
(iii)       Procurement as per Requirements.
(iv)       Necessary Approvals may be taken from the Concern Authority.
(v)        Follow-up of Audit Instructions if any.            
 
 
7.3 Suggestions:
                   
1.            Give suggestions for the following (please mention two suggestions for each)
 
(a)        Efficient use of physical resources
 
(i)         Regular Maintenance of Physical Resources.
(ii)        Optimum Utilization of Resources as per Norms.
 
(b)        Efficient use of financial Resources
 
(i)         Use of Funds as per Annual Planning.                      
(ii)        Optimum Utilization of Resources as per Norms.
 
  
8. Results (400 pts) 
The Results Category examines your organization’s performance and improvement in all main areas—student learning outcomes; student and partner-focused outcomes and process effectiveness outcomes. Performance levels are examined relative to those of competitors and other organizations providing similar programs and services.
 
8.1       Student Learning Results
 
This would involve the academic results of the institution and the processes that help in enhancing it. 
 
1.      What is the evaluation pattern for academic work in classes 6 to 9?
 
(i)   Written Tests,
(ii)   Oral Test.
(iii)   Project & Assignments.
(iv)   Evaluation of Class work & Home work.
(v)    Practical.
 
2.      How are the results of the evaluation used in improving students’ learning?
 
(i)   Identifying Slow Learners.
(ii)   Identifying Weak Areas.
(iii)   Question wise analysis.
(iv    Peer group Discussions.
(v)    Remedial Teaching.
 
3.      How are the remedial programs organized?
 
 (i)     Paying individual attention.
(ii)     Cramming.
(iii)     Group Formation.
(iv)      Weekly Test.
(v)        Mental Boosting.
 
4.      How is the effectiveness of the remedial programs assessed?
 
(i)         Individual Corrections.
(ii)        Analysis of the Performance.
(iii)       Ensuring the Involvement.
(iv)       Feed back from the Students.
(v)        Formal & Informal Discussions.
 
 
 
5.      What are the steps taken to improve student learning in the school?
 
(i)        Activity based Learning.         
(ii)        Visual Interface.
(iii)       Confidence Building.
(iv)        Practical Approach Learning.
(v)        Motivating Lectures.
 
 
8.2       Budgetary and Financial Outcomes
 
This would involve the efficient preparation and utilization of the sanctioned budget.
 
1.         How is the utilization of the budget supervised?
 
(i)         Head wise utilization.
(ii)        Followed purchase Procedure.
(iii)       Involvement of the staff concern.
(iv)       Procurement of items as per requirement.   
(v)        Supervise by PAC.     
 
2.    What processes are used to determine annual budget increases or decreases?
 
(i)         Strength of the students and staff.
(ii)        NVS Norms.
(iii)       Actual expenditure.
(iv)       Additional requirement if any.
(v)        Inflation in market.
 
3.     What are the cost–effective measures included in the budget?
 
(i)         As per tender rates.
(ii)        Sudden changes in market.
(iii)       Political influences.
(iv)       Instability of financial policies.
(v)        Availability of the products     
 
 
4. How is the budget geared to staff focused outcomes?
 
(i)         Surety of timely salary.
(ii)        Provision of financial aids.
(iii)       Job security.
(iv)       Standard of living.
(v)        Family satisfaction.    
 
 
8.3  Process Effectiveness Outcomes: What are your process effectiveness results?
This would involve the effectiveness of all the processes used in the management of the institution.
1.      How are your processes organized to take care of productivity?
 
(i)         Identifying needs.
(ii         Design of the Plan.
(iii)       Effective Implementation of the Plan.
(iv)       Timely Assessments.
(v)        Timely Analysis.
 
2.      How are your processes organized to take care of efficiency?
 
(i)         Advance Planning.                 
(ii)        Arranging Orientation Programme.
(iii)       Freedom to Work.
(iv)       Timely Motivation.
(v)        Admiration.
 
3.      How are your processes organized to take care of innovation?
 
(i)         Availability of the Time.
(ii)        Develop Interest.
(iii)       To make Resources available.
(iv)       Providing Facilities.
(v)        Fund Availability.
 
 
8.4       Leadership Outcomes
 
(a)   Leadership and Social Responsibility
 
Indicate your involvement in all the main areas so as to produce and enhance the outcomes in all aspects of leadership.
 
1.      What are the results and indicators of accomplishment of your action plans?
 
(i)         Academic Performance.
(ii)        Behavioral outcomes.
(iii)       Tension free atmosphere.
(iv)       Interpersonal relations.
(v)        Reputation in the society.      
 2.      What are the results and indicators of the success and violation of ethical behavior?
 
(i)         Change in behaviour of students and staff.
(ii)        Influence on classroom teaching.
(iii)       Cheap popularity in the society.         
(iv)       Lethargy among Staff.           
(v)        Violating the trust of the parent, community & Society.
 
3.      What are the indicators of economic accountability both internal and external?
 
(i)         Transparency in Accounts..
(ii)        Timely Expenditure.   
(iii)       Involvement of the Staff concerned.
(iv)       Following Purchase procedure meticulously
(v)        Scrupulous Supervision by PAC.
 
4.      What are the indicators of safety and legal conformities?
 
(i)         Rules & Regulations framed by the Samiti.                                      
(ii)        FR & SR.       
(iii)       Rules framed by the Institution.
(iv)       Review of Safety & Security measures.
(v)        Follow up of Regimentation.  
 
5.      What are the indicators of community linkages?
 
(i)         Pace setting Activities.
(ii)        Arranging CLP.
(iii)       Participation in festivals.
(iv)       Field Trips, Excursion, Tours etc.
(v)        Participation in Campaigns & Drives.            
 
 
Important information to be provided
 
v      Results – Academics
 
Please provide results for the last three years for classes 10 and 12. Please include subject results as well indicating distinctions, first and second class division. Class averages subject wise may also be included. Give two suggestions
Results of class X & XII for three consecutive years. 
 
 Class – X
 
Sr. No.
Year
No. of students appeared
Above 75%
60-74%
50-59%
33-49%
% of Passing
01
2006
65
36
27
02
0
90.76%
02
2007
77
43
28
06
0
98.7%
03
2008
78
44
32
02
0
100%
 
Class – XII
 
Sr. No.
Year
No. of students appeared
Above 75%
60-74%
50-59%
33-49%
% of Passing
01
2006
42
09
26
05
0
97.61%
02
2007
31
06
24
1
0
90.32%
03
2008
32
17
14
1
0
96.9%
 
·         For improving the results :
1. Special Coaching for slow learners
2. Diagnostics tests.
3. Conducive atmosphere & essential facilities.
4.   Peer group learning.
·         For tackling weak areas :
  1. Re-teaching of certain topics / units
  2. Finding out weak areas of slow achievers.
  3. Remedial teaching 
  4. Counseling & encouraging.
 
v      Results – Extracurricular and Co-curricular Activities
 
Please provide details of participation and results in all extra curricular / co-curricular activities for the last three years. E.g. Sports, music, art, dance etc. at regional, state and national level. Give two suggestions
 
·        Music / Art    In the last three years
1)      Marathi Dram – 2006-07 meet participated in Cluster Level 1st position & present in Pune – Regional Level.
2)      Marathi Dram in youth festival 2006-07
3)      Rajasthani folk dance- 2006 youth festival II nd position.
4)      Group Dance – Participate in the competition organized by Lion Club, Washim.
5)      Nrutya Natika on Lord Krishna’s life at Sanskar Bharti, Washim August 2007.
6)      Nrutya Natika participated in Cluster Level cultural meet 2006 at Shegaon.
7)      On 15th August 2007-08 group dance of Ir. Group participated in the competition organized by Lion’s club, Washim.
8)      On 15th August 2006-07 100 students were participated in G. K. Competition. Mast Saurabh Jain Stood Merit in the competition, Mast. Sumit Dakhore stood IInd in G. K. Contest.
9)      Solo dance competition was organized by Mahatma Education Society & Chede Coaching Classes Ku. Namrata Tale Stood IInd in the competition on 15th August 2006-07.
10) One act play competition was organized by Sanskar Bharti, Washim inter –school level comp. Ku. Shruti D. Puranik stood 1st in the competition 2007-08.
11) One act play was presents by Ku. Shruti D. Puranik at Cluster Level Cultural Meet 2007
12) Ku. Apeksha Awachar, Ku. Swati Borkar, Ku. Pallavi Mapari, Ku. Ashivini Wankhade got merit certificate in “Tabala Wadan Exam -2007. These exams are conducted by Akhil Bhartiya Gandharva Mandle, Mumbai.
13) 15th students stood 1st class in the Vocal Exam 2006-07 conducted by Akhil Bhartiya Gandharva Mandal, Mumbai. 15 students in Tabala Exam 2006-07 stood 1st class.
14) Ku. Komal Shirbhate, Ku. Shruti Puranik 
 
Sports & Games in the last three years
 
A) 2005-06
1)            Ku. Kanchan Topare of class VIII was selected for the Sports Authority of India (SAI).
2)            Mast. Shubham Lakhani of VIII Class was selected for SGFI in Hand Ball.
3)            Three students has participated in cricket tournament organized by VCA Nagpur at district level.
4)            Ku. Bhakti Kadam & Ku. Manaxi Sirsat were selected for coaching camp in all India Kabbdi team.
 
B) 2006-07
 
1)   Ku. Anjali Chandan of class XI was selected for SGFI in Basket Ball.
2)   09 students of the Vidyalaya were selected for National Games & Sports Meet 2006.
3)   Ku. Bhakti Kadam of IX class secured 2nd Position in Cross country race organized
      by district sports office, Washim.
4) 25 students of the Vidyalaya participated in Maha Marathon organized by
     Maharashtra Olympic organization, Washim.
 
C) 2007-08
 
1) 12 students were selected National sports meet in various sport events.
2) Mast. Siddeshwar Konge of IX class was selected for SGFI in Hand ball.
3) Mast. Raju Khule of X class was selected for SGFI in Atheletics.
4) Ku. Vandana Deshmukh of XI class was selected for SGFI in Basket ball. 
 
 
v      Report on special activities for National Integration
 
23 students both boys & girls of the Vidyalaya have been migrated in JNV-Dausa (Raj.) under the Migration policy of Samiti while 20 students both boys & girls have come on migration to the Vidyalaya. The migration policy of Samiti is functioning smoothly in the Vidyalaya without any problem.
 
 
 
 
v      Report on special measures taken to improve the sustainability of the institution
The Vidyalaya has taken various measures to improve the sustainability of the Institution they are as under:
1)      Developmental work of the Vidyalaya premises
a)      Gardening,
b)      Water Harvesting.
c)      Botanical Garden
d)      Fruit Garden
e)      Children Park
2)      Academic:
a)      Special Coaching
b)      Currier Guidance
c)      Individual Coaching for slow learners.
d)      Preparation for competitive examination.
e)      Priority to Games, Sports & CCA activities.
3)      Welfare measures for staff
a)      LTC facilities.
b)      Incentives.
c)      Trainings.
   
v      Report on the status of alumni. Please include a list of at least 50 outstanding alumni with positions held and academic qualification.
 
Sr.No
Name of Alumni
Qualification Attained
Job status (tick appropriate)
Unemployed
Service
Self Employed
01
Shivkumar Pohre
NDA
Employed
Flying Officer
 
02
Ashish Kalambe
B.E. (Elect.)
Employed
Mahindra & Mahindra
 
03
Nilesh Aswar
B.E. (Ele. &Tel.)
Employed
IBM, Pune
 
04
Gopal Gatol
B.E. (Mech.)
Employed
Asstt. Manger, Telco
 
05
Sunita Kakde
B. Arch.
Employed
Architech
 
06
Manish Pawase
M.B.B.S.
Employed
Medical Officer, Ambajogai.
 
07
Ashwin Khandre
M.B.B.S.
Employed
 
 
08
Rahul Bhagat
M.B.B.S.
Employed
 
 
09
Nitin Raut
B.E.
Employed
 
 
10
Amol More
B.E.
 
--
 
11
Anup Thorat
B.E.
 
--
 
12
Ashwin Pawade
B.E.
 
--
 
13
Atul Raut
M.B.B.S.- I
Unemployed
--
 
14
Dhananjay Sarnaik
B.E.
 
--
 
15
Gayatri Gathekar
M.B.B.S.- I
 
--
 
16
Gopal deshmukh
B.E.
 
--
 
17
Hemant Manwar
B.E.
 
--
 
18
Jaya Bhatkar
D.Ed.
Unemployed
--
--
19
Madhuri Hiwrale
B.E.
 
--
 
20
Mohan Bhatkar
B.E.
 
--
 
21
Nikesh Ingle
B.E.
 
--
 
22
Neeta Tadse
B.A.M.S.
Unemployed
--
 
23
Nitin Lavande
B.Sc. II Yr.
Unemployed
--
 
24
Prashant jawale
B.E.
 
--
 
25
Priya Mahale
Medical
Unemployed
--
 
26
Sachin Gawande
B.E.
 
--
 
27
Shailesh Bhagat
B.A.M.S. I Yr.
Unemployed
--
 
28
Shankesh Zyate
B.Sc. II Yr.
Unemployed
--
 
29
Shantanu Pathak
B.E.
 
--
 
30
Shilpa Gujar
B.E.
 
--
 
31
Shilpa Sarkate
D.Ed.
Unemployed
--
 
32
Shilpa wankhade
M.B.B.S.- I
Unemployed
--
 
33
Shrikant wankhade
B.E.
 
--
 
34
Sonali Borkar
D.Ed.
Unemployed
--
 
35
Sawpanil Puranike
B.E.
 
--
 
36
Yogesh Teke
B.E.
 
--
 
 
 
v      Please report on any special programme, introduced and undertaken by your Vidyalaya which you would like to share.
 
1)      Aids Awareness Programme:   In order to create Aids Awareness in the minds of the students every year lecturers by eminent doctors are arranged. Poster / slogan making & essay writing Competitions are organized.  
 
2)      Cleanliness Drive: Every year the students of the Vidyalaya carry out cleanliness drive in the village fare at Chikhali under the supervision of teachers & Principal of the Vidyalaya.
3)      Computer Literacy: As per the Samiti Policy computer literacy programme is organized in the Vidyalaya every year for 40 days to the students learning in the neighboring schools. Basic knowledge of computer is taught to the students during this programme. After completion of this programme certificates are awarded them.
4)      Scout & Guides Activities:    The Vidyalaya is having a Scout & Guide unit. The Scout Master & Guide guide them about Scout & Guide activities.   Adventure activities are also organized as per the Vidyalaya calendar. 
5)      Special Innovative Project on well Recharging to over come the water problem of the Vidyalaya has been undertaken by the Vidyalaya.
6)      To make the farmers of the district aware about the new techniques regarding farming, the “Shatkari Melava” was organized in the Vidyalaya in collaboration with Jal Sinchan Prakalpa Dist. Washim in the year 2007.
 
  
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