DISTRICT INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION & TRAINING ( DIET )
 NOWGONG CHHATARPUR MP


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 DISTRICT PROFILE

1.1    Introduction

 District Chhatarpur is known after the name of great warrior of the region Maharaja Chhatarsal who reigned here in 18th century. Chhatrashal Bundela, the fourth son of Champat Ray, was one of the greatest Bundelas who fought for the freedom of Bundelkhand. He started his struggle in 1671, and first captured Naugaon region of Chhatarpur district. He fought for 50 years against Mughals and captured a large part of Bundelkhand with his seat of power at Panna. Bajirao Peshwa helped Chhatrashal against the Mughals.

The district is situated at the North East border of Madhya Pradesh. The district is spread over an area of 8687 sq. Kms. with longitudes and latitudes of 24.06 & 25.20 on North 78.59 – 80.26 on east respectively. Rivers Ken and Dhasan are the physical boundaries on the east and west respectively. This district is surrounded on the north by district Mahoba (UP), on the south by Damoh, on the east by Panna and on the west by Tikamgarh. The rivers Ken and Dhasan separate the districts, respectively from Panna in the east and Tikamgarh in the west.

The disparity in the economy seen at various levels. Basically the district has an agrarian economy with operational holding of 2.89 hectare. Out of which 1,07682 is under irrigation. Level of industrialization is not encouraging. The majority of the population of the district migrates to big cities in search of employment and their livelihood. Education is not merely a means of better income and employment opportunities for individuals or for higher economic growth potential. Thus a social benefit of education is spread in many directions.

 
1.2    Khajuraho : The world fame monument

Khajuraho, the famous tourist attraction in India, is situated in the district of Chhatarpur. Khajuraho has a range of temples with remarkable work of  stonecarving on the walls. They were created by the Chandela kings who ruled Bundelkhand, before the rise of Bundela in the region.

Most of the temples at Khajuraho were built in a short span of about a hundred years, between 950 and 1050 AD.The Chandela dynasty claimed its descent from a Brahmin priest’s daughter, Hemvati, who is said to have fallen in love with Chandra, the moon-god. The child of Chandra and Hemvati, Chandravarman, founded the dynasty. Inscriptions found near the temples show that Harshadeva ruled in the early 10th century, and was followed by Yasovarman, Dhanga and Vidyadhara. As each of them expanded the Chandela kingdom, they also made additions to the temple complex. At the height of their empire, the Chandelas ruled over almost the entire Madhya Pradesh. The first invasions of India came during the reign of Vidyadhara. A turbulent period followed during which the Chandelas moved to hill forts to defend their kingdom against attacks. Their rule eventually ended in the 14th century. And the temple complex at Khajuraho, created in a remote, heavily forested area, remained forgotten till 1838 when it was re-discovered by Captain T.S. Burt of the Asiatic Society.

1.3   Demographic Data

 Total population of the district as per census 2001 is 1474633. Out of which 788845 (53%) are males and 685788 (47%) are females. The decadal growth in population is 316557. The sex ratio is 1000: 869.

                                               Table 1.1 Growth in Population

Population

1991

2001

Decadal growth

Growth rate

Male

623878

788845

164967

26.44

Female

534198

685788

151590

28.33

Total

1158076

1474633

316557

27.33

Source: census 1991 - 2001

 1.4    Literacy Status

The district literacy as per census 2001 is 53.44 % which is 11% below than  national literacy rate which is 64.11%. Chhatarpur has recorded a good growth in the literacy level. A brief profile of the district is given in the table below.

                     Table 1.2 Literacy Rate District Chhatarpur

 

  Literacy Rate 1991

        Literacy Rate 2001

Male

         46.87

              65.50

Female

         21.32

              39.38

Total

         35.20

              53.44

Source: Census 1991-2001

 Block wise detail of literacy male & female, category wise and urban and rural is given in table no.2 in annexure.

 1.5 General Administration and Panchayati Raj Institutions (PRIs)

              There are 6 Tehsils and 8 Blocks. The number of General Administration Offices and Panchayati Raj Institutions is given in table 1.3.

 Table 1.3 Showing General Administration and PRIs

S.no.

Details

Number

01

Habitations

2010

02

Revenu Villeges

1069

03

Tehsils

06

04

Blocks

08

05

PTAs

2493

06

Gram Panchayats

558

07

Gram Sabhas

1046

08

Janpad Panchayats

08

09

Nagar Panchayats

12

10

Nagar Palikas

02

 
1.6 Janshiksha Kendras

          There are 145 Janshiksha kendras in the district. Blockwise number of these JSKs are given in table below.

Table 1.4 Showing number of Janshiksha Kendras

SNo.

Block

No. of JSK

1

Badamalehra

21

2.

Bijawar

19

3.

Buxwaha

10

4.

Barigarh

17

5.

Chhatarpur

20

6.

Laundi

19

7.

Nowgong

19

8.

Rajnagar

20

Total no. of JSKs

145

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EDUCATIONAL PROFILE

2.1 Educational Facilities

         District  Chhatarpur has made a lot of progress in the field of Elementary Education in last 10 years. The Educational indicator of the district has shown a positive growth in these years as a result of well planned strategies and proper implementation of the programs. The present status of Elementary Education of the district is given below.

 Table   2.1 Showing block wise Educational Facilities 2010

SNO

Name of Block

Primary Level

Middle Level

No.of Govt.Primary School

No.of Upgraded EGS School

Primary
Unaided Private
Recognized

No. of Govt.Middle School

Middle
Unaided Private
Recognized

1

Badamalehra

177

88

32

68

18

2

Barigarh

169

43

26

66

24

3

Bijawar

154

75

40

64

32

4

Buxwaha

95

38

14

49

9

5

Ishanagar

210

98

87

94

71

6

Laundi

195

76

38

70

37

7

Nowgong

193

25

120

80

95

8

Rajanagar

222

64

49

80

38

 

Dist_ Total

1415

507

406

571

324

There are  1922 Govt. Primary schools (including UEGS) and 406 Private Primary Schools in district Chhatarpur. There are 894 Upper Primary schools, out of them 324 are private and 571 are Govt. middle schools.

Table 2.2 Showing Other Educational facilities in the district are as under2010

S.No.

Detail

Number

1.

Aganwadis

871

2.

Govt. High Schools

38

3.

Govt. Hr. Sec. Schools

38

4.

ITI

01

5.

Polytechnic Colleges

01

6.

Govt.Colleges

05

7.

Govt. College of Education

01

8.

DIET

01

9.

Navodaya Vidyalaya

01

10.

Central School

01

 

2.2 Number of teachers in PS/MS 2010

Table 2. 3  Showing status of teacher in Govt. Primary Schools

sno

Block Name

No of Primary Schools

Enrolment

No of Teachers

Pupil Teacher Ratio (PTR)

No of Single teacher Schools

Boys

Girls

Total

Male

Female

Total

1

Badamalehra

265

16502

16350

32852

405

123

528

62

90

2

Barigarh

212

13973

13921

27894

353

102

455

61

62

3

Bijawar

229

12734

12994

25728

313

157

470

55

58

4

Buxwaha

133

7190

6984

14174

201

81

282

50

32

5

Ishanagar

308

19640

19594

39234

419

282

701

56

80

6

Laundi

271

14691

14384

29075

412

135

547

53

90

7

Nowgong

218

16791

17135

33926

403

139

542

63

38

8

Rajanagar

286

19315

18721

38036

453

160

613

62

75

 

Dist_ Total

1922

120836

120083

240919

2959

1179

4138

58

525

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table 2.4 Cadre wise detail of Primary Teachers (Government)

sno

Block Name

Shiksha Karmi-III

Samvida Shikshak-III

Asst. Teachers

Other (PS HM)

EGS Guruji

Total

1

Badamalehra

222

33

133

9

131

528

2

Barigarh

205

55

136

1

58

455

3

Bijawar

173

59

113

5

120

470

4

Buxwaha

116

50

54

2

60

282

5

Ishanagar

153

40

350

9

149

701

6

Laundi

231

58

145

5

108

547

7

Nowgong

97

40

342

24

39

542

8

Rajanagar

273

89

152

12

87

613

 

Dist_ Total

1470

424

1425

67

752

4138

 Table 2.5 Status of Teachers in Govt. Middle Schools

sno

Block Name

No of Teachers

Professionally Trained

Pupil Teacher Ratio (PTR)

No of Single teacher Schools

Male

Female

Total

1

Badamalehra

119

37

156

76

53.2

21

2

Barigarh

147

40

187

78

40.6

9

3

Bijawar

92

37

129

69

41.4

14

4

Buxwaha

80

23

103

67

41.5

9

5

Ishanagar

215

121

336

235

30.5

9

6

Laundi

144

41

185

107

40.9

9

7

Nowgong

176

64

240

205

39.4

12

8

Rajanagar

152

49

201

110

44.8

10

 

Dist_ Total

1125

412

1537

947

40.2

93

Source AWP Chhatarpur

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