MANJEERA AKSHARA PRABHA MEDAK DIST AT SANGAREDDY
Manjeera Akshara Prabha it is a society registered under societies Act., 1 of 1350 fasli (AP Telangana Area) bearing registered No. 1272 of 01991 dt: 20-7-1991.
To provide the literacy skills to Non Literates between the age group of 15 to 35 years to acquire the 100% literacy among the people
E.C. Committee of the society
District Collector Chairman
Joint Collector Vice Chairman
Superintendent of Police Vice Chairman
Dy. Director of Adult Edn Convenor
Dist. Revenue Officer Treasurer
All other Members of Dist. Officers Member
2 / 3rd of Government of India share for implementationFunds
1 / 3rd of State Government share for implementation
Total Literacy Campaign
Survey 843045 Non-Literates are in the District as per the survey conducted by the society.
Literacy Rate The Dist. Literacy rate is 32.41% as per the 1991 censes. (Male 45.15% and Female 19.25%).
Literacy programme launched on ( implemented in two Phases) 1-11-1992
Non Literates enrolled 615467
Teaching and learning activity commenced from 1-2-1993
Programme completed March, 1995
Made literate (Achievement) 257000
Post Literacy Programme
AIM: To provide the facility to the Neo-Literates for stabilization, reinforcement for up gradation of Newly acquired literacy skills as per the National Literacy Mission norms.
Neo-Literacy Enrolled – 143454
Also utilized the progress by
still learning learners after 2 months – 103048
Programme implemented up to – 1997 Year
Akshara Sankranti Literacy Programme (Basic Literacy)
Implemented in 4 phases to the Neo-literates as shown below:
Phase – I Enrolled 220342
Phase – II Enrolled 160302
Phase – III Enrolled 83281
Phase – IV Enrolled 55026
Implemented in 4 phases to the Neo-literates as shown below.Akshara Bharathi Literacy Programme (Basic Literacy)
Phase – I Enrolled 200975
Phase – II Enrolled 43961
Phase – III Enrolled 16576
Phase – IV Enrolled 17616
Continuing Education Programme (GOI)Samajika Parivarthana Literacy Programme (Akshara Deepam)
A innovative literacy programme by name “Samajika Parivarthana” (Akshara Deepam) implemented in the District through the financial Assistant from the DRDA to the self help groups of women in the month of November, 2006 and completed by March, 2007. Providing health, Nutriation, environmental, Child care, immunization, Mother & Child Care awareness non literates through entire District.
Enrolled – 124769
Achievement – 97000
(Made literate) Among the women
Programme sanctioned onv – 4-12-1997
Launched on – 15-8-1998
Programme closed on -30-9-2009
To provide the Skill developmental activities and income generative programmes to the neo-literates including the literacy skills. The scheme is for 5 years.
451 CECs Sanctioned and functioned
64 NCECs Sanctioned and functioned
72 Addl. CECs (State) Sanctioned and functioned
The Continuing Education Center the details are follows.
Sl.No. Name of the Mandal CECs NCECs Addl. CECs
(1) (2) (3) (4)
1 Ramachandrapuram 7 1 1
2 Patancheru 13 1
3 Sangareddy 8 1
4 Kondapur 10 1
5 Sadashivapet 14 2
6 Munipally 9 1 1
7 Zaheerabad 12 2
8 Kohir 17 2 1
9 Jharasangam 12 1
10 Nyalkal 8 1
11 Narayankhed 9 1 2
12 Manoor 9 2 2
13 Raikode 1 11
14 Kalher 11 2 2
15 Kangti 16 2
16 Medak 6 1 3
17 Ramayampet 14 2
18 Shankarampet – R 12 2
19 Chegunta 12 2
20 Kulcharam 5 1 5
21 Yeldurthy 10 1
22 Tekmal 19 2
23 Papannapet 6 1 3
24 Alladurg 11 2 2
25 Narsapur 7 1 2
26 Shivampet 9 2
27 Hathnoora 20 1
28 Kowdipally 3 1 8
29 Jinnaram 3 1 6
30 Shankarampet -A 17 2
31 Regode 1 1 9
32 Pulkal 6 1 2
33 Andole 5 1 3
34 Siddipet 17 2
35 Chinnakodur 1 1 9
36 Nanganoor 8 1 2
37 Doulthabad 10 2
38 Dubbak 9 1 1
39 Mirdoddi 7 2
40 Gajwel 8 1 1
41 Jagdevpur 19 2 1
42 Wargal 7 1
43 Mulugu 4 1 2
44 Toopran 6 1 2
45 Kondapak 15 2
46 Thoguta 9 1
TOTAL 451 64 72
Grand Total 587
293500 Neo-Literates and other literate people utlized the advantage of Continuing Education Centres.
Funds: 3,63,22,850/- sanctioned and the same released to the learners association committees and to the programme.
INFORMATION ACT, 2005
01. Project Officer (APIO) 08455 – 276588
02. Project Officer (P.I.O.) 08455 – 276588
03. Dist.Collector&Chairman Z.S.S. (Appellate Authority) 08455-26556,276555
II. Names and Designations and office Address:
- P. Venkateshwara Rao, M.A.,
Dy. Director of Adult Education,
Z.P. Complex, Sangareddy. Medak Dist. at Sangareddy.
- D. Laxman Rao,
Z.P. Complex, Sangareddy. Medak Dist. at Sangareddy
O/o. Dy. Director of Adult Education, Z.P. Complex, Sangareddy. Medak Dist. at Sangareddy.
Saakshar Bharat Mission – 2012
As per the constitutional amendment of 73, the Adult Literacy programme is being implemented through panchyath raj institutions in the name of Saakshar Bharat Mission – 2012.
Saakshar Bharat Mission – 2012 literacy programme launched by the Prime Minister of India on 8-9-2009.
The financial Assistance will be provided by the Ministry of human resource development New Delhi Government of India in the ratio of 75% and 25% by the State Government.
AIM: To improve the literacy skills specially among the women.
As per the 2001 censes the District literacy rate is 51.65%
Male :64.33% Female:38.66%
The programme designed for 3 years in 3 phases. The total of 3.92 Lakh (Target) Non-Literate are to be covered during the all faces. The following are the females 3.36 Lakh will be covered during the programme.
The Saakshar Bharat Programme implementing in 18 Districts. The Medak District is one of them.
The Non literates are identified in the District are 495510, above the 15 years of age, by the S.S.A. survey conducted in the year of 2008.
85%of the women and 15% of men will be enrolled from the target group. The preference will be given to the non literates of self help groups. The knowledge society will be prepared, adding to the literacy.
Literacy programme will be implemented on the basis of 4 items.
1. Basic Literacy : Reading and Writing Skills also the numaracy along with the literacy.
2. Basic Education : To provide the eligibility to study in 5th 7th 10th through open schools.
3. Skill Development : Provide the Additional skills in their profession.
4. Continuing Education Programme: To Continue the Literacy Skills along with the income generative courses.
For implementation of Saakshar Bharat Literacy programme, the Lok Shiksha Samithis are constituted as shown below.
– At District Level – Zilla Lok Shiksha Samithi
– At Mandal Level – Mandal Lok Shiksha Samithi
– At Gramapanchyath Level – Gramapanchyath Lok Shiksha Samithi
Zilla Lok Shiksha Samithi
Sl.No. Name of the Member Nominated in Z.L.S.S. Committee.
1 Chairman Zilla Parishad Chairman
2 Dist. Collector Vice – Chairman
3 MP, Zaheerabad Constituency. Nominated Member
4 M.L.A. Narayankhed, Constituency. Nominated Member
5 M.L.C. Medak Dist. Nominated Member
6 C.E.O. Zilla Parishad Co-Ordinator & Member
7 Mandal Parsihad President Narsapur Nominated Member
8 Mandal Parsihad President Patancheru Nominated Member
9 Mandal Parsihad President Narayankhed Nominated Member
10 Toguta, Z.P.T.C Nominated Member
11 Papanapet Z.P.T.C. Nominated Member
12 Project Director D.R.D.A. Member
13 Dist. Medical & Health Officer Member
14 Youth Welfare Officer Member
15 Joint Director Agriculture Member
16 Joint Director Animal Husbandary Member
17 Dist. Women & Child Welfare Officer Member
18 Project Officer S.S.A. Member
19 Manager Mahilla Praganam Member
20 Dist. Public Relation Officer Member
21 President Zilla Mahilla Samakya Member
22 Project Director Dwama Member
23 Dist. Education Officer Member
24 B. Manohour Rao, President, Nominated Member
30 B. Sri. Murali Mohan, Nominated Member
President, Sadhana (N.G.O.)
Hathnoora (M) & (V)
31 President, Deccan Development Society (N.G.O.) Nominated Member
Zaheerabad(M) Pastapur (V)
32 Director, Janasikshana Samstan Member
33 Dist. Panchyath Officer Member
34 Dy. Director of Adult Education Member Secretary
Mandal Lok Shiksha Samithi
I Mandal Parishad president Chairman
II Women Elected Representative Preferably Vice Chairman
SC/ST where MPP Is not a SC/ST
III All women Elected Representatives Of Member
the Mandal Parishad (MPTC& Surpanch)
IV Principal of local college Member
V Head Master of ZPHS located at Mandal Head Quarters Member
VI Representatives of the Community Activists Member
( One must be women from Each community)
( to be nominated by the Chairman of the committee
a. S.C. Community – ( 2 )
b. S.T. Community – ( 2 )
c. B.C. Community – ( 2 )
d. Minority – ( 2 )
VII Mandal Mahilla Samakya President Secretary Member
VIII Mandal Parishad Development officer Member Secretary
Secretariat One full time contractual employeeTasks:
Preparation of Mandal Level Literacy Plan
Supervision of literacy classes
Co-Ordination between Gram Panchayats and District level agency
Monitoring of the programme at Mandal Level.
Gramapanchyath Lok Shiksha Samithi
I Sarpanch of the Gram Panchyat Chairman
II Senior Woman ward Member Preferably Vice Chairman
III All women Elected Representatives Of Member
the Panchayat (50% of the members Shall be women)
SC/ST surpanch is not SC/ST
IV All Head Masters from the local Schools Member
(50% of the members shall be women)
V Head Master of ZPHS located Member
at Mandal Head Quarters
VI Representatives of the community Member
(with Proportionate representation from SCs/STs/ Minorities) –
(3) (50% of the members shall be women)
VII 3 Members as nominated by village organization (SHG)
(One SC/ST/ Minority) who are non-literates
(50% of the members shall be women)
VIII Social Activist selected by village organization Member
IX All Government employees in the Panchayat Member
(i.e. VRO A.W. NRGEA, ASHA) (50% of the members shall be women)
X Secretary Gram Panchayat Member Secretary
Tasks:Secretariat: Two full time contractual employees as selected by the committee (One must be a woman)
– Preparation village Literacy Plan
– Identification of non – literate women and required numbers of voluntary teachers (Literacy Educator (LE) in the Gram Panchyath.
– Sourcing storing and supply of teaching learning material and making them available to enlisted volunteers (Literacy Educators)
– Micro planning at Gram Panchyat level and supervision of literacy classes.
– Logistical support for National level Test/Learners Assessment
– Payment of honorarium to literacy educators.
– Claim to be made for award of Panchyat Mahila Shakshrata Puraskar award after achieving 100% female literacy.
– Setting up lok shiksha Kendra for continuing education with funds from Panchayat and award money.
To monitor and supervision of the Saakshar Bharat Literacy Porgramme, one Mandal Co-Ordinator is appointed by the Mandal Lok Shiksha Samithi in each mandal by paying the Honoraria of Rs. 6000/- P.M as per the G.O.Rt. No. 203, dt: 13-4-2010. To monitor and supervision of the Saakshar Bharat Literacy Porgramme, Two Village Co-Ordinators are appointed by the Grampanchyath Lok Shiksha Samithi in each Gramapanchyath by paying the Honoraria of
Rs. 2000/- P.M as per the G.O.Rt. No. 203, dt: 13-4-2010. At District Level the Adult Education functionaries works as District secretariat, to assist Zilla Lok Shiksha Samithi, as per the guide lines of State Literacy Mission Authority Hyderabad.
The total functionaries will be appointed in the District
– 46 Mandal Co-Ordinators ( One MCO in each Mandal)
– 2118 Village Co-Ordinators ( Two MCOs in each Gramapanchayat) The Gramapanchayath will be treated as a unit, for implementation of Saakshar Bharat Literacy Programme. In each unit, the Non literates will be identified and will be made literate by the involvement of the following officials and Non Officials i.e
1 Public Representatives 2 Officials
3 Self Help Groups 4 Teachers
5 Students 6 Non Govt. Organisations
7 Social Workers 8 Social Workers
9 Other Organisation 10 Electronic and Print Media
11 Poets 12 Singers
13 Every Literate Persons
The said groups should encourage the non literates every day to learn in the literacy centres of saakshar Bharat.
You can help this programme as
– Enlist As Volunteer Teacher
– In Identification of Non Literates
– For Encouraging the non literates
– To Encouraging the non literates of your parents to learn literacy.
– Inform the importance of the literacy
– Inform the Small family norms.
– Inform about the Small Savings.
– Inform the National integrity, Health, Cleaness, Women & Child Welfare, nutrition, Pulse Polio & Women Literacy, Value of vote, formation of Self Help Groups and about the Government Welfare Schemes.