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Samagra Shiksha GoI, 2019-20 (Pre-Budget)

Mridusmita Bordoloi , Avani Kapur

Samagra Shiksha – An Integrated Scheme for School Education, is Government of India’s (GoI’s) school education programme
extending from pre-school to senior secondary classes. The scheme was launched in April 2018 to ensure equitable and inclusive quality education. Three existing schemes are subsumed by Samagra Shiksha:
■ Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA),
■ Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha
Abhiyan (RMSA), and
■ Teacher Education (TE)
This brief uses government data
to analyse Samagra Shiksha
performance on:
■ Trends in allocations, releases
and expenditures,
■ Component-wise approved
budgets and,
■ Learning outcomes
Cost share and implementation:
Funds are shared between GoI and state governments in a 60:40 ratio. For the eight Northeastern states and three Himalayan
states, this ratio is 90:10. The five union territories (UTs) without legislature, are fully funded by GoI.

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