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Education Department

Education Profile

Tumkur is one of the main district of Karnataka. It has become the educational hub now a days. Tumkur is divided as two Educational district. i.e. Tumkur (south) and other one is Tumkur (north) Madhugiri Educational district. Where as Tumkur (south) includes 6 taluks as Chikkanayakanahalli, Gubbi, Kunigal,Tiptur,Tumkur and Turuvekere.And Tumkur (north) Madhugiri district includes 4 taluks namely koratagere, Madhugiri, Pavagada and Sira.Tumkur(south) considered as education hub now a days. It consists 2085 Govt.Primary schools, 63 aided Primary schools, 267 unaided Primary schools and 2 kendriya vidyalaya,  and totally 2417 primary schools, there are 147 Govt. High  schools, 205 aided High schools, 123 unaided High schools, and 2 central govt. High schools in the Tumkur south dist.Tumkur north dist, there are 1291 Govt. primary, 9 aided Primary schools, 123 unaided Primary schools exists.Vice versa there are 113 Govt. high schools, 109 aided High schools, 57 unaided high schools facility available.


Complusory education:

According to 30th article of Indian constitution education is fundamental right to every citizen of India.with keeping this, Govt. Is providing free and compulsory education to age between 6-16 years. And class of 1-10th. Under the schemes of SARVA SHIKSHANA AHBIYANA , RASHTRIYA  MADYAMIKA  SHIKSHANA  AHBIYANA,Government is Providing Complusory   Education.

Sarva  Shikshana Abhiyana:

SSA is a historical and remarkable step towards the achievement of universalisation of primary education with the co-operation of stage and local bodies.

Objectives and vision.

    • Children of age group between 6-12 year should stay in the school and ensuring the completion of prescribed level of education to that age group.
    • Education for life and importance given to qualitative education and providing the fundamental infrastructure to the schools.
    • Removal of social, gender and class bios.
    •  Universal retention and improvement of attendance.
    • Improving the teaching competency of teachers.
    • Maintaining/Monitoring the school education with the Co-Operation of community.

    Introduction about the Department and Organization structure.

    • Universalization of primary education is a time bound event. It is a reaction shown towards the demand for the fundamental qualitative education.
    • Establishing an opportunity to uplift the social justice through basic education.
    • In Monitoring the primary schools ensuring the participation of panchayath raj’s school management committee, rural and urban slum area education societies, parent teachers associations, Maths teacher association, tribal councils and other basic level education societies are ensured.
    • Expression of political willingness regarding nation wide, universalisation of primary education.
    • Ensuring the Opportunity to all states to have their own vision regarding primary education, Departmental goals and achievements.

    The Universalization of primary education is a time bound programme with equal Co-operation of state end central Governments.
    Programmes and Schemes Highlights.

    • New schools:- Opening of new primary schools with in 1 km distance of any habitation with minimum strength of 10 children of 6-14 age group.
    • Upgrading the lower primary schools:-If there is no accessibility of HPS with in the radius of 3km in any habitation with an availability of upgraded and provision is made to start 6-7 classes.
    • Teachers grant:- Government and aided school teachers are provided with this grant, teachers should prepare the needy TLM’s with low cost raw materials for effective teaching.

    In-Service Teachers training.


    All Teachers Serving in primary schools are given 10 days in service training at block level and 10 days training at cluster level. Training like positive thinking 3 days residential training, 2 days training of life Skills, 3 days training of Nali-kali for the teachers who are teaching for 3rd Standard 4 days spoken English training for HM’s are given at block levels through DIET. These training are more useful in enriching subject competencies among teachers and thereby to teach effectively.

    • 12 Months Residential Bridge Course.
    • For all drop-out and never enrolled children
    • For those children who have not attained expected competencies mainstreamed after attending 2 months Bridge course.
    • For those children who were never enrolled in spite of above school age and are now enrolling to schools.
    • These residential bridge courses centers can be run even if the strength of the children is less than minimum of 50. But the unit cost
    •  Free text Books:-

     Free text books are supplied to all children of 1 to 10th classes of grant-in-aid schools.

    • Free uniforms:-

     Free uniforms are supplied to all children of 1 to 10th classes of govt. schools.
    Madarasa/Mukthab.
     The Children of age group 6-14 who are identified as dropout in the child census held every year, are given Religious education in Madarasas, there is a provision to teach state syllabus by deputing school teachers to these Madarasas/Muqtabs. The unit cost per child per year is Rs.1950/-

    • Transport facility.

     If there is no primary facility within the radius of 1km and Upper primary schools within radius of 3kms, the children who go to nearby schools from their habitations are give cost of transport. Each child will be given Rs.1500 for 10 months.

    • Work books.

     For the children who are studying 1 to 3rd in Government schools under Nali-kali system are supplied with necessary things like learning cards, reading cards, work books, progress charts, learning materials. These are being printed at State level and distributed to all Govt school.

    • Inclusive  education.

     The children with special needs of age group 6 to 14 are identified in special census and many programmes are implemented as follows

    • Medical camps.
    • Distribution of free aids and appliances.
    • Home based education for severely impaired children through volunteers.
    • One days training for parents of CWSN.
    • Corrective surgery.
    • Distribution of Braille kits for totally blind children.
    • Escort allowance.
    • Traveling allowance to the children who came to resource room at block level.
    • Deputation of special teachers for implementation of inclusive education.
    • Sports and cultural activities for CWSN Children.
    • Celebration of World disable day at block level.
    • Library:

    Libraries help to create habit of reading among children. All lower & Higher primary schools are provided with grants for purchase of library books.

    • Additional Class room:

     Additional class rooms are built in schools based up on the ratio of availability of rooms and enrollment.

    • Girls Toilet.

     There is a provision for building separate toilets for girls in Government schools.

    • HM’s room.

     In higher primary schools separate HM rooms will be built.

    • Fire Extinguishers.

     As every Government schools are implementation mid-day meals scheme, fire Extinguishers are supplied to every schools, to avoid fire accidents.

    • Major repairs:

     There is a provision to get major repairs for the 10 years old buildings.

    • Repair and maintenance grant for LPS & HPS.

     The Lower primary schools with less than 3 Class rooms are given Rs.5000/-, for LPS with 4 class rooms are given Rs.7500/- &  for LPS with 5 or more than 5 Class rooms Rs.10.000/- . For HPS with less than 3 class rooms Rs.5000, For HPS with 4 class rooms Rs.7500/- For HPS with more than or equal 5 class rooms Rs.10000/-.This grant is released to School SDMC’s. This grant is utilized for minor repairs & maintenance of toilets, drinking water etc.,

    • Schools grant for primary Schools.

     Rs.5000 grant is given to all Govt and aided lower primary schools Rs.12000/- for Govt and aided higher primary schools and Rs.7000/- for only upper primary schools where only 6th & 7th stds are going on. This grant is released to school SDMC’s by which the schools can purchase essential things like stationeries registers etc and get their schools white washed.

    • Research, evaluation, monitoring and supervision.

     Under this head cluster level activities like TLM mela, Metric mlea & seminars, displaying manuscripts on panel boards, co-curricular activities, quiz programme at hobli level, meetings and workshops at district level, researches, Action researches evaluations, printing of DIET manual Jnana ganga are done at DIET level. In addition to these printing of progress reports, prathibha karanji & Shikshana varthe are done at state level.

    • CALC – Computer aided learning center.

     5 Computers are installed in selected 10 HPS every year. Well prepared class wise, subject wise CD’s are supplied to each school where in they use it to impart self learning and attain maximum level of learning.

      • Minority Children’s education
      • Following activities are implemented for education of minority children.
      • Awareness programmes for parents of muslim children.
      • Awareness camps for muslim leaders.
      • Seminars for 7th standard students.
      • Literary & Science fairs at block level.
      • Field study.
      • Seminars for Teachers.
      • Urdu library books.
      • Education of Urban deprived children.

     Drop out children of urban area are mainstreamed and those children who have 75% of attendance and ‘B’ Grade achievement in learning will be given Rs.2000/Child/year.

    • SDMC training.

    3 days residential training is given to SDMC & local body members. SSA Programmers are made known to them and SDMC’s will be able to monitor the schools.

    • KGBV.

    KGBV:- Kasturiba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya:- This is free residential school specially run for enrolment of dropout, never enrolled, minority & below poverty line children.In pavagada there is one such KGBV school with 150 children capacity classes from 6th to 8th are held here & vocational skill development, special attention to girls education, health & all round development is given here.

    Department statistics at a glance.


    Educational Administrative Structure at District level:-
    The Revenue District is recomposed in 02 educational districts and 10 Educational Block.

     

     

    Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (RMSA)  Tumkur District 

    Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (RSMA)is aimed at expanding and improving the standards of secondary education in classes IX  to X. Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (RMSA) which is the most recent initiative of Government of India to achieve the goal of universalisation of secondary education (USE).The Sarva Shiksha Abhiyaan program set up by the government to bring elementary education to millions of children. Which fallows  The HRD Ministry has taken note of this, and now plans to implement a secondary education scheme called Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyaan (RMSA) during the 11th plan

    VISION

    The vision for secondary education is to make good quality education available, accessible and affordable to all young persons in the age group of 14-18 years. With this vision in mind, the following is to be achieved:

    AIMS

    • To provide a secondary school within a reasonable distance of any habitation, which should be 5 km for secondary schools and 7 -10 kilometers for higher  secondary schools
    • Ensure universal access of secondary education by 2017 (GER of 100%),
    • Universal retention by 2020.

    GOAL AND OBJECTIVES

    In order to meet the challenge of Universalisation of Secondary Education (USE), there is a need for a paradigm shift in the conceptual design of secondary education. The guiding principles in this regard are; Universal Access, Equality and Social Justice.

    MAIN OBJECTIVES

    • To ensure that all secondary schools have physical facilities, staffs and supplies at least according to the prescribed standards through financial support in case of Government/ Local Body and Government aided schools, and appropriate regulatory mechanism in the case of other schools .
    • To ensure that no child is deprived of secondary education of satisfactory quality due to gender, socio-economic, disability and other barriers
    • To improve quality of secondary education resulting in enhanced intellectual, social and cultural learning
    • To ensure that all students pursuing secondary education receive education of good quality.
    • RMSA Is for 9 and 10 std. Educational back  ward72 Blocks Provided with Adrasha Schools. And 62 Blocks Provided with Girls Hostels.
    • Data is Generated  through U-DISE and STS   to prepare  PLAN  and  to submit to MHRD.

    Interventions of RMSA at District level. 

    • SCHOOL GRANT-    of RS.50,000 for all Govt High Schools
    • REPAIR GRANT-     Rs. 25000  Per.  Govt High schools for minor repairs
    • 10TH STD  STUDENT TOUR- one day tour for 10thstd students of 133 govt. high  schools
    • HEAD MASTER TOUR-   out of state tour for 133 govt high schools head master   for Academic and Admn  Stregthenig
    • ECO-CLUB-      Rs. 2500for  Selected250 high schools for  science activities.
    • LEP GRANT-      Learning Enhancement Programme for 9 that slow learner  Students
    • KARATE :  Self defence for training for 9 std girls.
    • IEDSS    -  Inclusive education for Disabled Students of secondary Schools.
    • NSQF - National Skill Qualification Frame Work- Vocational education In 3 Schools.
    • NSIGSE  -   National Scheme Incentive for Girls of Secondary Educations   empower SC/ST girls of secondary education by providing scholarship.
    •  Trainings    -For Subject teacher and Headmasters through DIET
    • CIVIL WORKS -Buildings For selected  48schools, 19 completed ,  15 Final Stage, In progress and 3  yet   to  be  Started.

    Free Text Books:
             Govt. has providing free text books to students who are all studying at 1 to 10th std at Govt. aides primary schools.

    Statistical datas of schools: Department statistics at a glance.
    Block wise / Management wise Elementary Schools (LPS+HPS) in the District


    Sl. No.

    Block Name

    Government Schools

    Aided Schools

    Un-Aided Schools

    Central Schools

    Total Schools

    DoE

    Social Welfare

    Local Body

    TOTAL

    1

    C N HALLI

    305

    3

    0

    308

    10

    23

    0

    341

    2

    GUBBI

    389

    3

    0

    392

    8

    21

    0

    421

    3

    KUNIGAL

    354

    3

    0

    357

    13

    30

    0

    400

    4

    TIPTUR

    267

    1

    0

    268

    7

    35

    0

    310

    5

    TUMAKURU

    481

    4

    0

    485

    19

    139

    2

    645

    6

    TURUVEKERE

    272

    3

    0

    275

    6

    19

    0

    300

    7

    KORATAGERE

    262

    5

    0

    267

    3

    18

    0

    288

    8

    MADHUGIRI

    349

    4

    0

    353

    1

    31

    0

    385

    9

    PAVAGADA

    233

    6

    0

    239

    2

    33

    0

    274

    10

    SIRA

    424

    8

    0

    432

    3

    41

    0

    476

    TOTAL

    3336

    40

    0

    3376

    72

    390

    2

    3840

    Who is who in the department:
                   DDPI, DYPC, EO, Superintendent’s,  APC, FDA, & D Group employee of District Sava Shikshana  Abhiyana & BEO, BRC, BRP’s, CRP’s  of block resource centers are the employees of department of education.


    Major Achievement in the Department:
    Universalisation of primary education for the children of age group 6 to 14 is the main objective of the project. This is a central & state Government collaborative time bound activity, with the main goal of imparting quality education to all children of 6 to 14 age group. 

    Right to information Act : officers are appointed under the Right to information Act.


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    public information officer Office

    public information officer (2005 Right to information Act Section 5(1))

    Assistant public information officer (2005 Right to information Act Section 5(2))

    First Appelent Information Officer (2005 Right to information Act Section 19(1))

    1

    District Implementing Officer, Sarva Shiksha Abhiyana, DDPI OFFICE (ADMI) Respective District

    Sarva Shiksha Abhiyana, Deputy Project co-ordinator

    Superintend

    DDPI
    (Adm)

    Department District Office Address. Tumakuru (S) Education District Level Officers  with Designation:

    Sl No

    Official/Office Name

    Designation

    Dist/Taluk/Hobli/GP

    Phone

    Mobile No

    1

    Sri. K Manjunath

    DDPI

    Tumakuru Dist

    0816-2278444

    9448999352

    2

    Lokesh

    EO-1

    Tumakuru Dist

    0816-2278444

    9449614027

    3

    Thimmaraju

    EO-2

    Tumakuru Dist

    0816-2278444

    9741069414

    4

    S.R Bandiveerappa

    SSA DYPC

    Tumakuru Dist

    0816-2275405

    9448999407

    5

    M.R.Kamakshi

    RMSA DYPC

    Tumakuru Dist

    0816-2251442

    9480886950

    6

    B.Renukamma

    APC-2

    Tumakuru Dist

    0816-2275405

    9480695463

    7

    M.Mangala

    APC-1

    Tumakuru Dist

    0816-2275405

    9480695462

    8

    M.P Dayanand

    SSA Acc Sup

    Tumakuru Dist

    0816-2275405

    7795791927

    9

    Chandrashekar

    GA

    Tumakuru Dist

    0816-2278444

     

    10

    A.S Umadevi

    Est.  Sup

    Tumakuru Dist

    0816-2278444

    9980756684

    11

    C Basavaraju

    Grant in AID Sup

    Tumakuru Dist

    0816-2278444

    9844021967

    12

    C S Raveesh

    SSA FDA

    Tumakuru Dist

    0816-2275405

    9449205055

    13

    C Satishkumar

    SSA FDA

    Tumakuru Dist

    0816-2275405

    9886900622

     

    Right to information Act :
                  Right to information Act 2005 Under this Appointed public information officer Information


    Sl No

    Public Information Officer Office

    public information officer (2005 Right to information Act Section 5(1))

    Assistant public information officer (2005 Right to information Act Section 5(2))

    First Appelent Information Officer (2005 Right to information Act Section 19(1))

    1

    DDPI OFFICE (ADMI) Respective District

    GA

    Superintend

    DDPI
    (Adm)

     

    Block wise / Management wise High Schools (HS) in the District


    Sl. No.

    Block Name

    Government Schools

    Aided Schools

    Un-Aided Schools

    Other Management Schools

    Central Schools

    Total Schools

    DoE

    Social Welfare

    Local Body

    TOTAL

    1

    C N HALLI

    19

    2

    0

    21

    32

    10

    0

    0

    63

    2

    GUBBI

    25

    3

    0

    28

    30

    10

    0

    0

    68

    3

    KUNIGAL

    30

    3

    0

    33

    25

    10

    0

    0

    68

    4

    TIPTUR

    17

    1

    0

    18

    29

    7

    0

    0

    54

    5

    TUMAKURU

    25

    3

    0

    28

    63

    73

    0

    2

    166

    6

    TURUVEKERE

    17

    2

    0

    19

    26

    13

    0

    0

    58

    7

    KORATAGERE

    19

    4

    0

    23

    16

    7

    0

    0

    46

    8

    MADHUGIRI

    27

    4

    0

    31

    30

    11

    0

    0

    72

    9

    PAVAGADA

    21

    5

    0

    26

    30

    19

    0

    0

    75

    10

    SIRA

    28

    5

    0

    33

    33

    20

    0

    0

    86

     

    TOTAL

    228

    32

    0

    260

    314

    180

    0

    2

    756

    .S.L.C results Of taluk wise of Tumkur Dist. At the time of 2015-16

    Sl. No

    Name of Taluk

    Present

    Passed out

    Percentage

    Boys

    Girls

    Total

    Boys

    Girls

    Total

    Boys

    Girls

    Total

    1

    C.N.Halli

    1240

    1315

    2555

    866

    1029

    1895

    69.84

    78.25

    74.17

    2

    Gubbi`

    1689

    1690

    3379

    1320

    1451

    2771

    78.15

    85.86

    82.01

    3

    Kunigal

    1653

    1541

    3194

    1290

    1317

    2607

    78.04

    85.46

    81.62

    4

    Tiptur

    1447

    1303

    2750

    1042

    1023

    2065

    72.01

    78.51

    75.09

    5

    Tumkur

    5530

    4109

    9639

    3963

    3231

    7194

    71.66

    78.63

    74.63

    6

    Turuvekere

    1112

    1105

    2217

    729

    887

    1616

    65.56

    80.27

    72.89

     

    Total

    12671

    11063

    23734

    9210

    8938

    18148

    72.69

    80.79

    76.46

    Status of Private  Unaided Schools (Recognised) admitting children under Section 12 (1) (C)  of RTE Act 2009 during 2016-17

    S. No.
    District
    Total no. of Private Unaided Schools (Recognised)
    Total intake capacity in Class-I or below in all Private Unaided Schools (Recognised)
    25% of the intake capacity in Class-I or below in all Private Unaided Schools (Recognised)
    Children admitted as per Section 12 (1)(C) of RTE Act, 2009 during  2016-17
    Nursery
    Class-I
    Total
    No. of Private Unaided Schools admitting children under RTE
    Children admitted in L.K.G
    Children admitted in Class-I
    Total
    L.K.G
    1st Std
    L.K.G
    1st Std
    1
    2
    3
    4
    4A
    5
    6
    7
    8
    8A
    9
    9A
    10
    1
    TUMKUR
    233
    9600
    2350
    2400
    512
    2912
    192
    41
    1491
    245
    1736
    2
    TUMKUR MADHUGIRI
    104
    4546
    1188
    1136
    297
    1433
    98
    11
    1065
    68
    1133
    337
    14146
    3538
    3536
    809
    4345
    290
    52
    2556
    313
    2869

     

    District

    Year

     

    Total no. of Private Unaided Schools(Recognised)with admission under Section 12(1)c

     

    Children admitted in

     

    Nursery

     

    Class-I

    Class-II

    Class-III

    Class-IV

    Class-V

     

    Total (3B+4B+5 to 8)

     

    L.K.G

    U.KG

    Total

    Proomoted from UKG

    Fresh

    Total

    1

    1A

    2

    3

    3A

    3B

    4

    4A

    4B

    5

    6

    7

    8

    9

    Tumkur(S)

    2012-13
    225
    401
    0
    401
    0
    1108
    1108
    0
    0
    0
    0
    1509
    2013-14
    238
    1022
    401
    1423
    0
    1003
    1003
    1108
    0
    0
    0
    3534
    2014-15
    233
    1340
    1022
    2362
    401
    666
    1067
    1003
    1108
    0
    0
    5540
    2015-16
    239
    1582
    1340
    2922
    1022
    449
    1471
    1067
    1003
    1108
    0
    7571
    2016-17
    233
    1514
    1443
    2957
    1187
    245
    1432
    1127
    915
    896
    796
    8123

     

    Madhugiri

    2012-13
    104
    166
    0
    166
    0
    515
    515
    0
    0
    0
    0
    681
    2013-14
    103
    380
    166
    546
    336
    122
    458
    505
    1509
    2014-15
    104
    784
    416
    1200
    165
    275
    440
    449
    474
    0
    0
    2563
    2015-16
    100
    1041
    748
    1789
    357
    79
    436
    427
    437
    456
    3545
    2016-17
    109
    1036
    1004
    2040
    698
    68
    766
    411
    407
    417
    429
    4470

    Year wise details of amount reimbursed to Private Schools during 2016-17

    Sl.No

    District

    Year

    No.of schools received fee reimbursement against 25% admission made in 2016-17

    Unit cost of fee Reimbursement
    (per Child annum)

    No of children for whom reimbursement made to private schools in lakhs

    Total amount reimbursed to private schools during 2016-17 in lakhs

     

     

     

    Pry

    Total

    Pre-pry

    Pry

    Pre-pry

    Pry

    Total

    Pre-pry

    Pry

    Total

    1

    1a

    2

    3a

    3b

    4

    4a

    5

    5a

    5b

    6

    6a

    6b

    1

    Tumkur (s)

    2012-13

    33

    225

    5924

    11848

    401

    1108

    1509

    23.76

    131.28

    155.03

    2013-14

    45

    237

    5924

    11848

    1423

    2111

    3534

    83.30

    250.11

    333.41

    2014-15

    41

    233

    5924

    11848

    2362

    3178

    5540

    139.92

    376.53

    516.45

    2015-16

    46

    238

    5924

    11848

    2922

    4699

    7621

    111.04

    410.41

    521.45

    2016-17

    41

    233

    0

    0

    2957

    5166

    8123

    0

     

    0

    2

    Madhugiri

    2012-13

    86

    104

    5924

    11848

    166

    515

    681

    2.50

    29.50

    32.00

    2013-14

    58

    103

    5924

    11848

    546

    963

    1509

    43.50

    69.00

    112.50

    2014-15

    36

    104

    5924

    11848

    1200

    1363

    2563

    58.50

    104.00

    162.50

    2015-16

    11

    100

    5924

    11848

    1789

    1756

    3545

    99.50

    154.00

    253.50

    2016-17

    11

    109

    0

    0

    2040

    2430

    4470

    0.00

    0.00

    0.00

     

    Akshara Dasoha:2016-17

    GOVERNMENT & AIDED  SCHOOLS  1-10 LIST INF

    Sl.
    No

    Name of taluk

    1-5th standard schools

    6-7th standard schools

    8-10th standard schools

    1-10th standard schools

    Govt.

    Aided

    Total

    Govt.

    Aided

    Total

    Govt.

    Aided

    Total

    Govt.

    Aided

    Total

    1

    C.N Halli

    192

    1

    193

    113

    9

    122

    19

    32

    51

    324

    42

    366

    2

    Gubbi

    261

    1

    262

    128

    7

    135

    25

    30

    55

    414

    38

    452

    3

    Kunigal

    232

    0

    232

    122

    13

    135

    30

    25

    55

    384

    38

    818

    4

    Tiptur

    168

    0

    168

    99

    7

    106

    17

    29

    46

    284

    36

    320

    5

    Tumkur

    283

    1

    284

    198

    18

    216

    25

    63

    88

    506

    82

    588

    6

    Turuvekre

    185

    1

    186

    87

    5

    92

    17

    26

    43

    289

    32

    908

    7

    Koratagere

    170

    0

    170

    92

    3

    95

    19

    16

    35

    281

    19

    300

    8

    Madugiri

    201

    0

    201

    148

    1

    149

    27

    30

    57

    376

    31

    407

    9

    Pavagada

    114

    0

    114

    119

    2

    121

    21

    30

    51

    254

    32

    707

    10

    Sira

    251

    0

    251

    173

    3

    176

    28

    33

    61

    452

    36

    488

    Total

    2057

    4

    2061

    1279

    68

    1347

    228

    314

    542

    3664

    386

    3950

    GOVERNMENT & AIDID  SCHOOLS Children  1-10 LIST INF :-

    Sl. No

    Name of taluk

    No. of children

    1-5 th standard schools

    6-7 th standard schools

    8-10 th standard schools

    1-10th standard schools

    no. of govt. schools children

    No. of aided schools children

    Total no of children

    no. of govt. schools children

    No. of aided schools children

    Total no of children

    no. of govt. schools children

    No. of aided schools children

    Total no of children

    no. of govt. schools children

    No. of aided schools children

    Total no of children

    1

    C.N Halli

    10432

    335

    10767

    4577

    1641

    6218

    1872

    2358

    4230

    16881

    4659

    21540

    2

    Gubbi

    11467

    330

    11797

    5743

    1494

    7237

    2600

    2666

    5266

    19810

    4773

    24583

    3

    Kunigal

    7601

    586

    8187

    4571

    1626

    6197

    2847

    2117

    4964

    15019

    4858

    19877

    4

    Tiptur

    7626

    292

    7918

    3952

    1723

    5675

    2103

    2700

    4803

    13681

    5013

    18694

    5

    Tumkur

    18301

    1940

    20241

    9924

    7439

    17363

    3601

    10366

    13967

    31826

    21047

    52873

    6

    Turuvekre

    5683

    260

    5943

    2769

    1008

    3777

    1175

    1783

    2958

    9627

    3307

    12934

    7

    Koratagere

    7995

    433

    8428

    4528

    831

    5359

    2481

    1493

    3974

    15004

    2757

    17761

    8

    Madugiri

    12709

    189

    12898

    6045

    1466

    7511

    2735

    3395

    6130

    21489

    5050

    26539

    9

    Pavagada

    11360

    282

    11642

    5392

    1394

    6786

    1862

    3097

    4959

    18614

    4773

    23387

    10

    Sira

    16388

    266

    16654

    8141

    1418

    9559

    4032

    2703

    6735

    28561

    4387

    32948

     

    TOTAL

    109562

    4913

    114475

    55642

    20040

    75682

    25308

    32678

    57986

    190512

    60624

    251136

    Karnataka darshana:
             
    Karnataka darshana is a unique programme of govt. For the students belongs to minorities and other backward classes.

     

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