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ICT in School Organization. Meeting on ICT Support for Universalisation of Optional Instruction. Wipro Counseling Administrations. 27 th May, 2009. Motivation. Optional Training and School Organization. Desires from ICT in School Organization. Proposed Situation.

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ICT in School Administration Conference on ICT Support for Universalisation of Secondary Education Wipro Consulting Services 27 th May, 2009

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Agenda Secondary Education and School Administration Expectations from ICT in School Administration Proposed Scenario Key Imperatives for Implementation

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Secondary Education and School Administration

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Secondary Education in India Universalization of essential instruction would involve a surge popular for Secondary Education Need for expanding access (scope) for widespread enrolment Focus on all inclusive maintenance, astounding learning guaranteeing ideal usage of school organization/assets Secondary Education Largely Responsibility of State Governments *Source: Selected Educational Statistics (2004-05)- Outcome Budget 2007-08, Dept of School Education and Literacy

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Secondary Education: Ecosystem Central Government Secondary School Policy Directives Educational Statistics Learning - Teaching Supplies and Equip. Branch OF SCHOOL EDUCATION AND LITERACY, GoI DEPARTMENT OF SCHOOL EDUCATION AND LITERACY, GoI Evaluations Support - Schemes School Management School Finances Apex Level Bodies – NCERT, CBSE, and so on.. Zenith Level Bodies – NCERT, CBSE, and so on.. Midway Sponsored Schemes Centrally Sponsored Schemes State Government STATE DEPARTMENT OF SCHOOL EDUCATION Directorate 1 Directorate 2.. Directorate n School Supervision Examinations Supplies and Equip. Syllabus Execute Policy Resource Management Teacher Recruitment Training DISTRICT EDUCATION OFFICE SECONDARY SCHOOLS School Administration Teacher/Staff Student/Parent

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School Administration: Key Challenges (1/2) Efficient Resource Tracking and Utilization Teacher/understudy development Asset following Impact on monetary arranging and planning Informed Decision Making Fragmented and fluffy information Non-standard configurations and recurrence Manual treatment of colossal information Delayed data gathering and accumulation

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School Administration: Key Challenges (2/2) Coordination amongst Departments and Directorates Lack of opportune, organized & proficient data sharing Duplication of information accumulation and assemblage Impact on usage and checking of plans Increased Process Efficiency Manual working prompting to immense workload De-brought together, non-institutionalized acquirement Technology empowered arranging and school organization

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Expectation from ICT in School Administration

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Expectations: Student/Parent Access to Quality Education Ready access to data w.r.t the framework, staff quality, educator capabilities, plans, and so on. Access to understudy information, comes about, affirmation conventions, and so on. Least physical communication with office Faster pivot time of administrations Efficient instrument for grievance redressal and recording requests

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Expectations: Employee/Teacher Need-based and tweaked limit building/preparing Simplified HR and finance organization Faster handling of disciplinary issues Simplified office techniques and paper-less office condition Greater straightforwardness and responsibility Performance based motivations Improve understudy educator proportion

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Expectations: School Administration Efficient interior office strategies and capacities Efficient authorization of Acts, Rules and Procedures Efficient plan arranging , observing and recipient recognizable proof process Centralized upkeep of records for authoritative comfort Seamless data imparting and trade to different divisions Accurate information and plan insights for the GOI and outer offices

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Proposed Scenario

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Secondary Education: ICT Enabled Ecosystem (1/2) Student – Teacher Learning School Administration Decision Support System Procurement System Grievance Redressal Inter-office Integration System Education Administrator (National) Student DB National Secondary Education Portal Teacher DB Education Administrator (State) School DB State Secondary Education Portal Directorates Districts School Asset DB Education Administrator (District/School) Accounts DB Document DB Student Scheme DB Grievance DB Teacher

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Secondary Education: ICT Enabled Ecosystem (2/2) Personal record data Enrolment & participation/leave data Examination Performance & Analysis Fees Management Students and Academic Management BUS INESS INTELL IGENCE GEO INFO SYS Personal record data Attendance, leave & exchange data Training Salary Management Performance Analysis Staff Management Infrastructure Management Building points of interest Facility Indicators Hardware & Software Dak Monitoring Fund & Grant administration Inventory Management Procurement Management General Administrations

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Key Imperatives amid Implementation

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Potential Issues amid Implementation (1/2) Ownership Centralized Vs Decentralized Overall responsibility for activity at State Level Ownership at region/sub-area levels Change Management Acceptance of recommended changes by representatives Capacity/aptitude upgrade Awareness/acknowledgment among understudies/instructors Government orders for execution of changes Service conveyance in view of electronic accommodation Acceptance of database for reference for administration conveyance Legal & Regulatory

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Potential Issues amid Implementation (2/2) Product Vs Bespoke Standard engineering Integration crosswise over Departments Connectivity (SWAN)/status of State Technology/Infrastructure Continuity of key venture champions Project surveys and acceleration methodology Adherence to SLAs in perspective of manual work processes Budgets for sustenance( AMC, Consumables) Fading endlessly of the activity without back-end computerization Coordination between partners Implementation & Sustenance How would we be able to address these issues and characterize parameters to quantify the achievement

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Our Learning – Addressing the Potential Issues (1/2) Projects/Timelines M1 M2 M3 M4 M5… … Projectized Approach Roll out exercises Portal Dev. STQC Audit Trainings Infra Deployment Success of venture to be measured in view of No. of administrations being conveyed/profited by understudy/educator No. of taking an interest line offices Student/Teacher/Administration fulfillment record (in light of review) Measurement Parameters Rollout is arranged from DAY ONE Projectized approach Robust observing system (Central PMU) Leverage best practices crosswise over States

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Our Learning – Addressing the Potential Issues (2/2) Core group under State Dept. for running the venture Conduct workshop with all the key partners to land at an accord State IT Agency to assume a basic part to sustain the activity Initiate rollout of foundation in view of network, status of CSC arrangement and SDC accessibility Close coordination with line divisions/State IT Nodal office for crossing over the innovation preparation crevice Institutional Framework Technology/Infrastructure

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Q & A

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Thank You Muralidhara Honnur Head, Industry Services – Government Wipro Consulting Services muralidhara.honnur@wipro.com

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