AP Guidelines for Utilization of Composite School Grant Procs.Rc.No. 01/A3/APSS/2019


Guidelines for Utilization of Composite School Grant Procs.Rc.No. 01/A3/APSS/2019,

dt. Instructions for Composite School Grants As per the a Draft Frame Work for the implementation of the Samagra Shiksha Abhiyan- an integrated Scheme of School Education issued by the Ministry of Human Resource Development on 05-04-2018 the following guidelines for Utilization of Composite School Grant is follows

Composite School Grant-PAB Approved 2019-20 Unit Phy Fin Annual Grant Cost 5524 0.125 690.5 School Grant (Enrol 1- 15) School Grant -(Enrol >15-100) School Grant-(Enrol> 100 and <50) School Grant (Enrol > 250 and <= 1000) 91.a 28206 7051.5 0.25 91.b 0.5 1913.5 3827 91.c 154.5 206 0.75 91.d 37,763 9810 Total Annual Grant

Certain Instructions for the Utilization of Composite School Grant:

1. As a support for quality improvement, composite school grant is sanctioned on an annual basis to Government Schools. The objective is to utilize this support to provide conductive learning environment in schools.

2. School grant is primarily meant for the replacement of non- functional school equipment and for other recurring costs, such as consumables, play material, games, Sports Equipment, laboratories, newspapers, electricity charges, internet, water, teaching aids etc...

3. The grant may also be used to provide annual maintenance and repair of existing school building, toilets and other facilities to upkeep the infrastructure in good condition.

4. The same may be utilized for promoting Swachh Bharat Campaign and undertake activities under Swachhta Action Plan.

5. There must be involving elements of community contribution.

6. There must be transparency in utilization and provision for social Audit.

7. To be spent only by SMC.

8. The norms for utilization of the composite school grant lays down that a minimum of 10 % of the grant should be used for activities related to Swachhta Action Plan namely, Undertaking maintenance of school facilities including toilets, safe drinking water and for Improvement in Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) infrastructure.


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