MHRD SVP Swachh Vidyalaya Puraskar 2017-18 Submit Online Registration Form @mhrd.gov.in

MHRD SVP Swachh Vidyalaya Puraskar  Submit Online Registration Form @mhrd.gov.in



MHRD Govt of India Inviting Online Nominations for Swachh Vidyalaya Puraskar 2017-18 Academic Year @mhrd.gov.in from Govt Aided and private Schools all over the India. swachh vidyalaya puraskar login   registration swachh bharat swachh vidyalaya registration swachh vidyalaya puraskar app  swachh vidyalaya application Swachh Vidyalaya Puraskar Android App Download from Google Play Store Eligibility criteria Methodology for selection of Schools for the Awards. Scoring method Stages and Time lines of Awards process Self Assessment Process for school level information list of Indicators FAQ Frequently Asked Questions  svp-swachh-vidyalaya-puraskar-2017-eligibility-guidelines-nominations-form-submission-mhrd.gov.in-online. Water, Sanitation and Hygiene in Schools plays a significant role in determining the health of children, att endance, dropout rate, and learning outcomes. The provision of water, sanitation and hygiene facilities in school secures a healthy school environment and protects children from illness and exclusion. It is a first step towards a healthy physical learning environment, benefiting both learning and health. Children who are healthy and well-nourished can fully participate in school and get the most from the education being imparted.


MHRD SVP Swachh Vidyalaya Puraskar Eligibility Guidelines Submit Online Registration Form @mhrd.gov.in MHRD Govt of India Inviting Online Nominations for Swachh Vidyalaya Puraskar 2017-18 Academic Year @mhrd.gov.in from Govt Aided and private Schools all over the India. Eligibility criteria Methodology for selection of Schools for the Awards. Scoring method Stages and Time lines of Awards process Self Assessment Process for school level information list of Indicators svp-swachh-vidyalaya-puraskar-2017-eligibility-guidelines-nominations-form-submission-mhrd.gov.in-online.

SVP Swachh Vidyalaya Puraskar 2017-18 Nominations online


The Swachh Vidyalaya Puraskar (SVP) was instituted in 2016 - 17 by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of School Education and Literacy, Government of India to recognize, inspire and celebrate excellence in sanitation and hygiene practice in Schools. The explicit purpose of the awards is to honour schools that have undertaken significant steps towards fulfilling the mandate of the Swachh Vidyalaya Campaign. SVP 2016 - 17 received overwhelming response with over 2.5 lakh schools from 35 States and UTs submitti ng the entries. SVP 2017 - 18 builds on the experience and success of SVP 2016 - 17.

Eligible Schools:

  1. Government Schools
  2. Government Aided Schools
  3. Private Schools in both Rural and Urban

Schedule for Online Nominations

Submission of application
1st September  - 31st October, 2017
Selection for awards at the District Level and submission of the results to the State/UT Level
1st November  - 30th November, 2017
Selection for awards at the State/UT Level1
1st December 31st December, 2017
Submission of State/UT Level results to MHRD for National Level selections
by 7th January, 2018
Selection of school for National award
31st March 2018

The process for identifying and recognizing schools for awards

  1. Schools will register and submit information as per the prescribed format (Annexure 1) made available online (htt p://mhrd.gov.in → Swachh Vidyalaya → Swachh Vidyalaya Puraskar 2017 - 18) or by downloading a mobile app, Swachh Vidyalaya Puraskar 2017 - 18. The mobile app can be downloaded from Google Play Store or apple istore. The registration of schools would be done with the U-DISE code of the school.
  2. The website/mobile app was customized to cater to different categories of schools.
  3. Schools are expected to provide accurate information as required in the format.
  4. The information in the format corresponds to the requirements in Swachh Vidyalaya guidelines. Annexure 2 provides the list of indicators categorised under (a) Water (b) Toilets (c) Handwashing with Soap (d) Operations and Maintenance and (e) Behavior Change and Capacity building.

List of indicators

S.No.
Categories
Indicators
I
Water
Access to Safe and Reliable Drinking Water
Availability of Water for Use in Toilet
II
Toilets
Availability of Separate Functional Toilets for boys and girls
Availability of Separate Functional Urinals for boys and girls
Functional Toilet Facilities for Children With Special Needs, Teachers and Staff
III
Handwashing with Soap
Functional Handwashing Facilities for Use AGer Toilet
Functional Handwashing Facilities for Use Before Meals
IV
Operations and Maintenance
Safe Disposal of Solid and Liquid Waste
Cleaning and Maintenance of School Environment
V
Behavior Change and Capacity Building
Hygiene Education in School
Hygiene Practices by students and cooks of Mid-Day Meal (MDM) / lunch

Scoring of  Marks 

Assessment Categories
Maximum Score
Water (Q.1-8)
22
Toilet (Q. 9-18)
28
Handwashing With Soap (Q. 19-24)
20
Operations And Maintenance (Q. 25-31)
15
Behavior Change And Capacity Building (Q. 32-39)
15
Total
100
Category Of Schools
Maximum Score
Co-ed, UP, HS
100
Co-ed, PS (Q. 17, 18, 37 are not relevant)
95
All boys schools (Q. 10b, 11b, 17, 18, 37 are not relevant)
89
All girls schools, PS (Q. 10a, 11a,17, 18, 37 are not relevant)
89
All girls, UP, HS (Q.9, 10a, 11a are not relevant)
91

District Level Awards: Open to All Five Star, Four Star and Three Star Rated Schools

Online (web/ mobile) applications received before the cut-off date will be screened by a District level Committ ee headed by the District Collector (or her/his appointee) and comprising of District Education officer, three eminent school teachers, Superintendent Engineer (Water supply / PHD), District Health Officer and two members from civil society organizations/NGOs.
RURAL:
a) Three elementary and three secondary schools having the highest overall score with rating not below Three Star will be selected for the District level Award (Total 6)
b) In addition, six schools (three elementary and three secondary) having the highest score in each of the Sub Categories with rating not below Five Star in the sub- category will be selected for sub-category wise awards at the district level (Total 30)

URBAN:
a) Two schools (one elementary and one secondary) having the highest overall score with rating not below Three Star will be selected for the District level Award (Total 2 )
b) In addition, two schools (one elementary and one secondary) having the highest score in each of the Sub Categories with rating not below Five Star in the sub-category will be selected for sub-category award at the district level (Total 10 ).

The district level committ ee may get a physical verification of the nominated schools done by a team consisting of school teachers and students in the district. The verification would be done using a check list and by taking photographs.
Each of the selected schools with highest overall score (Total 8) and each of the schools having the highest score under each sub-category (Total 40) will be awarded with certificate of recognition at district level, provided that all the schools with an overall rating of Five Star would be awarded with a certificate of Recognition.

State/UT Level Awards: Open for Five Star and Four Star Rated Schools

  1. Schools selected for District Level Awards with overall rating not less than Four Star will be considered for the State/UT Level Awards. In case the number of Schools in a district having Five Star Rating is more, all the schools having overall Five Star Rating will be considered for State/UT Level Awards.
  2. These schools will be screened by a State/UT Level Committ ee headed by the State Education Secretary or her/his nominee and comprising of Director (Education), Director (Health), two eminent school heads (selected by the State Education Secretary), Chief Engineer (Water Supply & PHD), Director (Panchayati Raj), Director (Urban Local Bodies), representatives of Civil Society Organizations as members.
  3. Twenty Elementary and twenty Secondary schools having the maximum score and rating not less than Four Star from urban & rural areas (5 from urban and 15 from rural ) will be selected for State/UT Level Awards.
  4. The State/UT Level Committ ee may get a physical verification of the selected schools done by a team consisting of school teachers and students in the district. The verification would be done using a check list and taking photographs.
  5. A maximum of 40 schools selected at State/UT level from each State/UT will be awarded with a Certificate of Recognition.
  6. The State may also decide to confer these schools with additional grants/funds for incentivizing them.
  7. A maximum of twenty entries each at Elementary and Secondary level from each State/UT would be considered for the National Level Award.

National Level Awards: Open to only Five Star rated schools

  1. A maximum of 100 schools each at Elementary and Secondary level will be awarded at the National level (with a ceiling of 30 urban and 70 rural areas schools in each level)
  2. A maximum of 40 schools selected for State/UT Level Awards with rating of five stars from each State/UT will be considered for National Level Awards.
  3. 3 best performing States will be recognized and awarded with a Certificate of Recognition based on the scores secured by their nominated schools qualified for National level awards.
  4. 100% physical verification of the nominated schools will be done using a check list and by taking photographs.
  5. A National level Committ ee headed by the Secretary (School Education & Literacy) and comprising of Additional Secretary (School Education), Joint Secretary (Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation), Joint Secretary (School Education), 3 experts in Schools/ Bilateral agencies/Civil Society Organizations (to be nominated by Secretary(School Education & Literacy) as members will decide the final awardees.
  6. The best 100 schools each at the Elementary and Secondary levels having the maximum score will be given an award of Rs. 50,000/- as additional School Grant to be utilised as per the School Grant Guidelines for improving Sanitation and hygiene along with a Certificate of Recognition.
  7. In addition, Certificates of Recognition would be awarded to best participating Districts (Total 10) that will be judged on the basis of the percentage of schools participating in the National level awards.
  8. The Expenditure for the National Level Awards will be borne under SSA/RMSA programmes.

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