Madhya Pradesh
Government of Madhya Pradesh
Department of Tribal Development

Eklavya Model Residential Schools (EMRS)
11/27/2014 02:41:49
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S.noSCHOOL DISE Codeस्कूल का नामDistrictWebsite/DetailsEmployee's Details
1 23470611140Eklavya Model Residential (EMRS) High Secondary School, AnuppurANUPPUR View View
2 23280309671Eklavya Model Residential High Secondary School, (EMRS), BarwaniBARWANI View View
3 23351003913Govt. Hss Eklavya Model Res. ShahpurBETUL View View
4 23430401803Eklavya Residential (EMRS) High Secondary SCHHINDWARA View View
5 23250701063Eklavya Model Residential (EMRS) High Secondary School, Kukshi (Kanya Shiksha Parisar)DHAR View View
6 23410723802Eklavya Model Residential (EMRS) High Secondary School, DindoriDINDORI View View
7 23241101008Eklavya Model Residential High Secondary School, (EMRS) Thandla, JhabuaJHABUA View View
8 23420316919HSS Eklavya (EMRS) SijhoraMANDLA View View
9 23200699915Eklavya Model Residential High Secondary School, (EMRS), Sailana, RatlamRATLAM View View
10 23440713032Eklavya Model Residential (EMRS) High Secondary School, Ghansore, SeoniSEONI View View
11 23170304410Eklavya Model Residential High Secondary School, Tamsar (EMRS), SidhiSIDHI View View
12 23151004950Eklavya Model Residential High Secondary School, (EMRS), Pali, UmariaUMARIA View View
Eklavya Model Residential Schools in Brief

Introduction :-
i) In the context of the trend of establishing quality residential schools for the promotion of education in all areas and habitations in the country, the Eklavya Model Residential Schools (EMRS) for ST students take their place among the Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas, the Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalayas and the Kendriya Vidyalayas.
ii) Eklavya Model Residential Schools (EMRS) are set up in States/UTs with grants under Article 275(1) of the Constitution of India.
iii) States/UTs are free to apportion funds out of their Article 275 (1) Grants to construct and run additional EMRS over the number sanctioned by the Ministry.
iv) The State Governments/UT Administration will ask for new EMRS after ensuring that all the existing EMRSs have been made functional.
v) The Ministry’s support to the States/ UTs for the EMRSs programme and its expansion will be subject to the States/UTs ensuring high quality of management and running of the schools. Quality management indicates timely and smooth transition of funds allocated from the State Government/UT Administration to the management societies/schools; ensuring the recruitment of the desired number of teachers; ensuring the provision of medical facilities to staff and students; clean and hygienic surroundings and food for the children and providing a healthy, happy environment for the academic and overall development of the children. If the progress in the EMRSs is seen to be poor as a direct result of poor management and lack of adherence to standards the States/ UTs concerned would be unable to claim any more funds from the Ministry for this programme.

Objectives :-
The objective of EMRS is to provide quality middle and high level education to Scheduled Tribe (ST) students in remote areas, not only to enable them to avail of reservation in high and professional educational courses and as jobs in government and public and private sectors but also to have access to the best opportunities in education at par with the non ST population. This would be achieved by:
a) Comprehensive physical, mental and socially relevant development of all students enrolled in each and every EMRS. Students will be empowered to be change agent, beginning in their school, in their homes, in their village and finally in a larger context.
b) Focus differentially on the educational support to be made available to those in Standards XI and XII, and those in standards VI to X, so that their distinctive needs can be met.
c) Support the annual running expenses in a manner that offers reasonable remuneration to the staff and upkeep of the facilities.
d) Support the construction of infrastructure that provides education, physical, environmental and cultural needs of student life.

Structure of EMRSs-
a) Admission to these schools will be through selection/competition with suitable provision for preference to children belonging to Primitive Tribal Groups, first generation students, etc.
b) Sufficient land would be given by the State Government for the school, play grounds, hostels, residential quarters, etc., free of cost.
c) The number of seats for boys and girls will be equal.
d) In these schools, education will be entirely free.
e) Every class can have maximum 60 students preferably in 2 sections of 30 students each and the total sanctioned strength of the school will be 480 students.
f) At the Higher Secondary level (class XI & XII), there will be three sections per class for the three streams in Science, Commerce & Humanities. The maximum sanctioned strength of the each section may be 30 students. In case of short fall in a section, ST students from other schools may be admitted as per procedure mentioned at above para (a).

Management & Running of EMRS-
i) The EMRSs may be affiliated either to the State or Central Boards of Secondary Education as desired fit by the State Governments/UT Administration.
ii) The norms and standards for a school class VI to class VIII in respect of the number of teachers to be appointed, as provided in the Schedule to the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act 2009 shall be strictly followed.
iii) Efforts may be made to recruit maximum no. of women teachers. At the time of recruitment, preference may be accorded to candidates whose spouses also qualify for selection as teachers. Women should be given preference for employment among the non-teaching staff and in any case women be deployed in the posts of cook, helper and cleaner.
iv) Each State Government/UT Administration would be solely responsible for the management and effective functioning of the EMRSs.
v) State Governments/UT Administration may opt for any feasible/ suitable mode of management whether by autonomous education societies; public-private partnership with reputed educational institutions; in arrangement with the State Department of Education or any other mode found suitable.
vi) All State Governments/UT Administration are encouraged to set up a society/use an existing registered education society for the management of the EMRSs. Such a society will be eligible for accepting donations, contributions and grants from individuals and institutions, for the purposes of augmenting the infrastructure/ facilities/ educational resources of the schools in the interest of quality education.
(vii) A Management Committee may be constituted for each EMRSs which could include, among others, reputed local NGOs involved with education. Help of such NGOs may be taken to organize socially relevant, development/ welfare extension programmes.
(viii) The tasks of school admissions, appointment of teachers, appointment of staff, personnel matters and day-to-day running of the schools would be handled entirely by the society chosen by the State Government/UT Administration and in the manner deemed most suitable.
(ix) The State Governments/UT Administration shall ensure and maintain the highest quality in the selection of teachers and staff for academic and extra-curricular excellence.
(x) The Government of India, Ministry of Tribal Affairs shall not accept any responsibility for the management of the School including student admission, staff recruitment, personnel policy / administration estate management etc.