KGBV schools in tamilnadu

Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidhyalaya (KGBV)  
KGBV Scheme is being implemented since 2005. The scheme would be applicable only in those identified Educationally Backward Blocks (EBBs) where, as per census data of 2001, the rural female literacy is below the national average and gender gap in literacy is more than the national average.   Under SSA-RTE Act, the above criteria is now modified and more EBBs are included on the basis of rural female literacy only. Now 61 residential schools have been set up in these blocks in 12 districts in Tamilnadu. NGOs working in the  field of education and girls empowerment are being involved  in running these  schools.
 S. No.
Name of the District
Name of the Block
 Location of KGBV Residential School
Name of the NGO
1
Cuddalore
Mangalore
Thozhudur
Sudha Sanmarga Nilayam
2
Nallur
Periyanesalur
3
Panruti
Kadampuliyur
4
Dharmapuri
Pennagaram
Papparapatty
Sri Sai Ram Medical & Educational
5
Kariman galam
Kariman galam
Vallalar Arivalayam
6
Palacode
A.Mallapuram
Ilampuyal Trust
7
Erode
Anthiyur
Pallipalayam
PASAM
8
Nambiyur
Sokkumaripalayam
Society for Women  and Youth Development (SWYD)
9
T.N. Palayam
Nanjai Pulyampatti
Murugan Educationa & Medical Trust, Erode
10
Amma pettai
Kurichi
PASAM
11
Mulanur
Peramium
Citizen Charitable Trust
12
Kundadam
Thondamudhur
Sri Aathithya Trust
13
Sathyamangalam
Kumarapalayam

Sri Palaniappa Educational Trust (SPET),

14
Thalavadi
GHSS Thalavadi
Sri Annai illam Education of Charitable Trust
15
Karur
Kadavoor
Tharagampatti
Inba Seva Sangam
16
Krishnagiri
Shoolagiri
Gollapalli
SDS, Shoolagiri
17
Veppana palli
Bolupalli
Social Welfare organisation for rural development (SWORD), 
18
Kelaman      galam
Chinna Bennagur
19
Thally
Thally Kothanur
20
Namakkal
Kollihills
Selurnadu
Sat dharma Trust
21
Kollihills
Nathukuli patty
22
Kollihills
Aruyur kilakuvalavu
23
Perambalur
Ariyalur
GHS Karuppaiyur
Women Health Educational Environmental Trust
24
Veppur
PUPS Pearali
Sri Palaniappa Educational Trust (SPET)
25
Salem
Kolathur
Kannamochi
Welfare Centre for Women & Children
26
Kolathur
Neethipuram
Omalur Block Women Welfare uplift Organisation
27
Yercaud
Chinnamathur
Ilampuyal Narpani Mandram
28
kadayampatti
Kanavai pudhur
ECOMWEL
29
Edappadi
Chittor
Welfare Centre for Women & Children
30
Konganapuram
Tondipalayam
Ilampuyal Narpani Mandram
31
M.Chavadi
M.Chavadi
Ilampuyal Narpani Mandram
32
Nangavalli
Nangavalli
ECOMWEL
33
Sankari
Devanna goundanur
Welfare Centre for Women & Children
34
Veerapandi
Vembadithalam
ECOMWEL
35
Panaimarathu patti
Nilavarpatti
Omalur Block Women Welfare uplift Organisation
36
P.N.Palayam
GHS Periya krishnapuram

Omalur Block Women Welfare Uplift  Organisation (OBWWUO),

37
Tharamangalam
GHSS chinnapatti
Bharathiyar Makkal Nalvalu sangam (BHAVANA),
38
Sivagangai
S.Pudur
Ulgampatti
Association for Sarva Seva Farms (ASSEFA)
39
Thiruvannamalai
Jawadhu Hills
Amattankollai
SWED
40
Puliyur
41
Muthanathur
SFRD
42
Gundalathur
43
Thandram pet
Perungulathur
HURDO
44
Villupuram
 
Kallakurichi
Periya Siruvathur
Kasturba Kushtra Nivaran Nilayam
45
Pukiravari
46
Tharisukadu
World Vision India
47
Pacheri
Aameena Womens Welfare and Educational Trust
48
Tirunavallur
Senthanadu 
Kasturba Kushtra Nivaran Nilayam
49
Thirunavallur
50
Rishi vanthiyam
Vanapuram  
Rose& Ed Trust Rural Organisation For Social education Environment Trust
51
Rishi vanthiyam
52
Thiruvennai Nallur
Thiruvennainallur
Carmelite Sisters St. Teresas of Provincialate
53
Andrayanallur
54
Ulundurpet
Edakal I
Sri Ramakrishna SaradhaTrust
55
Edakal II
56
Thiyga durgam
Mudiyanur
Action for Welfare and A Working in Rural Development (Award Trust)
57
Pallagachery
58
Thirukovilur
Thirupalapandal
Annnai Therasa Samuga Sevai Sangam
59
Virudhunagar
Narikudi
Narikudi
ODAM
60
A.Mukkulam
Muthurama  samy         Andal Trust
61
Anaikulam
  Establishment
v      Out of School girls in the age  group of 10+  to 14  in EBBs are identified and enrolled in these schools.
v      5 full time teachers one for each subject and part time teachers are engaged.
v      Supporting staff members to run the hostel are also engaged.
v      Free uniforms, cosmetics, nutrition food, note books & books are supplied
v      A stipend amount of Rs.50/- per child per month is deposited in the post office. 
v      Insurance coverage has been made for the girls during their stay in residential school. 
v     Regular medical checkup is being made & Recorded.
v     Fully equipped with building, Classrooms and   residential facilities, TLM, TLE  Kitchen equipments   furniture, Library Books  etc, .
  Education 
v      4192 Out of school girls in the age group of 10+ to 14 are enrolled  in 61 schools.  In each schools enrolled girls are divided into 5 groups depending upon their   educational achievement level.
v      Never enrolled and primary dropped out children are learning through ABL method.
v      For girls at 6, 7 & 8 level ALM  Methodology is followed
v      Vocational training  like tailoring.  embroidery, making handicrafts are   given
v      Training in  Music  is given
v       Computer Education is also given
v       Yoga, Karate & other physical exercises are given
v      Capacity building training to teachers, to enhance their content knowledge in subjects to improve teaching learning process,   and gender sensitisation   training.  
v      Training to  PETs and vocational teachers to enhance  their performance  the  for the betterment of KGBV girls.
v      Girls who have completed VIII Std are being enrolled in 9th standard in High & Higher Secondary Schools.
v      All the KGBV schools are monitored  constantly  to enhance performance. 
Changing lives 
The introduction of the KGBV schools has undoubtedly been a very positive experience for the girls.   The school environment has brought about a sea change in the lives of the enrolled girls.   The girls are satisfied and there is a change in their personality.  They have developed healthy habits, social and communication skills. They are focused to continue schooling.
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