Atal Utkrisht Vidyalaya Yojana in Hindi UP 361 GIC Governments Inter College Modernization with 50 Lakh Per School Atal Utkrisht Vidyalaya Scheme Yojana.
Atal Utkrisht Vidyalaya Yojana Launched by CM Adityanath Yogi under His BJP Manifesto Atal Utkrisht Vidyalaya Scheme for Adhunikarana of up rajkiya Inter College and schools by giving Rs 50 Lakh per school. The AUV scheme is being implemented by replacing Samajwadi Party Clean School, Green School Scheme. The Atal Vidyalaya Yojana As decided by the DEAC (Development Evaluation Advisory Committee) which also handles the Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya (KGBV) scheme was launched by the Government of India in August, 2004 for setting up residential schools at upper primary level for girls belonging predominantly to the SC, ST, OBC and minorities in difficult area , PEO, erstwhile Planning Commission (now NITI Ayog) along with its field offices of REOs/PEOs undertook the evaluation of the Atal Utkrisht Scheme.
Atal Utkrisht Vidyalaya Scheme 2017: At present 561 GIC College is there and in Samajwadi Government 200 School was selected for modernization (in English Adhunikarana) evaluation study uses a multi stage simple random sampling methodology. Total 175 Crore budget has been passed by Madhyamik Shiksha Vibhag of UP. Some state governments have introduced the special laboratory, Computer Lab, E Classes, Professional Teacher and provided additional funds too (e.g. Andhra Pradesh, Jharkhand, Haryana, Uttarakhand). There is a general demand from the parents, teachers and community as to give good quality education same as America, Germany, Japan and Singapore.
Atal Utkrisht Vidyalaya Yojna Latest News 2017: CM Yogi Aditya Nath asked UP Government school suggestions on basis of findings, analysis and discussions for better educational outcomes in light of several policies.
1. Making computers available to all UP GIC schools and emphasis on intensive training and exposure to the students which has got practical utility in their career and incomes must be given focus.
2. Better maintenance and repair of infrastructure facilities in GIC registered hostels is mandated as this emerges as a necessary condition for retention of students and success of GICs.
3. Appointment of permanent teachers with training exposure and better salary to focus on teaching-learning activities in the Atal Vidyalaya Yojana is suggested.
4. Adequate medical facilities and regular health check-ups for GIC students are a necessity for girls studying in these residential schools.