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100% CENTRALLAY SPONCERED SCHEMES FOR THE WELFARE OF THE MINORITIES

MODERNIZATION OF MADARASAS (SPQEM):-

              The scheme of Modernization of Madarasas education is implemented in the State with 100% central assistance with an objective to encourage traditional institutions like Madarasas and Makhtabs to introduce modern subjects of Science, Mathematics, Social Studies, and English in their curriculum. Financial assistance is provided towards salaries of teachers teaching modern subjects in Urdu in these centers @Rs.6000/- per Graduate teacher and Rs.12,000/- per PG teachers per month restricted to three teachers in each center. Voluntary Organizations/Societies/Trusts which are registered under Central/State Governments and Act of Wakf Boards and which are in existence for the past three years are eligible to apply for assistance under the scheme.
Year of Starting: 1996-97
Component of the Scheme: Teachers Salaries
Districts covered: 10
Unit Cost: Rs.6000/- for Graduate / 12000 for Post Graduate teachers
An amount of Rs.100.00 lakhs provided in the Budget Estimates 2015-16.

INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT FOR MINORITY INSTITUTIONS


(AREA INTENSIVE PROGRAMME)
          The Government of India have cleared the project proposals vide Lr.No.F-6-20 /2001 MC (L) dt.25-1-2002 for an amount of Rs.3878.25 lakhs in five phases in the year 2007-08 ,and this scheme is formulated with an objective of development of educational facilities to minorities with 100% central assistance.  Grants are provided for opening of new Urdu medium schools, construction of additional class rooms and construction of residential school buildings for girls etc. in the areas identified by the Government of India as educationally backward minorities concentrated areas.  It also focuses on new trends in the field of education being extended to educationally backward minorities by providing basic educational infrastructure and physical facilities in 3 areas/blocks identified by the Government of India as educationally backward minority concentrated areas viz., 1. Musheerabad (Hyderabad District) 2. Bodhan (Nizamabad District) and 3. Zaheerabad (Medak District), which do not have adequate provision for elementary and secondary education. The activities for which financial assistance is provided are.
  1. Establishment of new Primary Schools/Upper Primary Schools/NFE Centers.
  2. Strengthening of Educational infrastructure and physical facilities in Primary and Upper Primary Schools.
  3. Opening of multi-stream Residential Higher Secondary Schools for Girls.
In the year 2009-10 the scheme is re-named as “Infrastructure Development for Minority institutions (IDMI)” with an objective to facilitate Education of Minorities by augmenting and strengthening school infrastructure in Minority institutions (Elementary/Secondary/ senior secondary schools) in order to expand facilities for formal education to children of minority communities.
Year of Starting: 1997-98
Component of the Scheme: Construction of the additional class rooms toilets / Electricity / Computers and construction of Residential school Buildings for girls.
Districts covered: 10
Unit Cost: 6.00 lakh per class room.
Computer Room: 6.00 lakhs per unit.
Toilets (Girls): 5.00 lakhs per unit.
Toilets (Boys): 3.00 lakhs per unit.
An amount of Rs.400.00 lakhs has been provided in B.E during the year 2015-16.  

3. IMPROVEMENT OF URDU EDUCATION:


The objective of the scheme is to provide financial support to the State/Union Territories Governments for appointing Urdu Teachers/Honorarium to existing teachers for teaching Urdu to the students with a view to promote Urdu in the State/Union Territories   wherever necessary. The Central Assistance (100% CSS) on approved pattern shall be admissible to the State Government for appointment of Urdu teachers in new posts and giving honorarium to the existing Urdu Teachers for teaching Urdu in Schools. Govt of India would provide financial assistance for appointment of Urdu teachers to any locality, where more than 25% of the population is from Urdu speaking community, Honorarium is also admissible to the  part-time teachers for teaching Urdu to the students at the rate of Rs.1000/- (Rupees thousand only) per month.

Previously this Scheme was   being implemented in 3 areas/blocks identified by the Government of India as Educationally Backward Minorities concentrated areas viz., 1) Musheerabad in Hyderabad (2) Bodhan in Nizamabad and (3) Zaheerabad in Medak   District.  Now it is covering all the districts of Telangana.
Year of Starting: 2001-02
Component of the Scheme: Teachers Salaries
Districts covered: 10
An amount of Rs.450.00 lakhs has been provided in B.E during the year   2015-16.
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