RUSA - PPT presentation on 9-6-2014 at Loyola

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Tamil Nadu State Council for Higher Education
Chennai – 600 005.
Rashtriya Ucchatar Shiksha Abhiyan (RUSA)
Programme
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Date:
Venue:
09.06.2014
Loyola College, Chennai
Presented by
TANSCHE
RUSA – Need for a Change in Higher Education
•to
plan and coordinate Indian higher education
effectively
•to standardize higher education in India
•to facilitate mobility of students across states
•central funding could stimulate competition
among states
Limitations in the Existing Central Funding
central funding is limited
 impact is insignificant
 state governments unaware of most of the schemes of
the Centre or the UGC
 poorly coordinated leading to
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a) excessive bureaucracy
b) duplication
c) ineffectiveness
d) low degree of monitoring
e) poor quality of outcomes and value for money
Rashtriya Ucchatar Shiksha Abhiyan (RUSA)
Objectives
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access
equity
excellence
Pre-requisites for the States to Participate in
RUSA
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creation of state higher education councils
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accreditation agencies
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state perspective plans
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sharing of funds

institutional governance reforms
Pre-requisites for the Institutions to
Participate in RUSA
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Institutional governance reforms
Academic and examination reforms
Accreditation commitments
Project management teams
Equity commitments
Commitments on research and innovation
efforts
Faculty improvement
Establishment of MIS
Regulatory compliance
Flow of Funds
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Grants for
Institutions
State Plans
State Higher Education
Council
Fund
Disbursement
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The funding would flow
from MHRD to
institutions, through
State Councils of higher
education.
The funding to states
would be made on the
basis of critical appraisal
of state plans of higher
education.
All funding under the
RUSA would be norm
based and future grants
would be outcome
dependent.
Demand for
resources
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MHRD
State Universities &
Colleges
Ratio of Funding
“Centre-State funding will be in the ratio of 90:10 for North
eastern states and Jammu & Kashmir, 75:25 for Other
Special Category States (Sikkim, Himachal Pradesh and
Uttarakhand) and 65:35 for other states and UTs. Funding
will be available to even private-aided institutes, subject to
their antiquity, for permitted activities (not all) based on
certain norms and parameters, in a ratio of 50:50.”
- Draft RUSA, pg. 76
Governance Structure of RUSA
National Level
RUSA Mission Authority
State level
State Council for Higher Education
Project Directorate
Technical support group
Institution level
Board of governors
Project monitoring unit
The Duties of the State Council
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plan
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monitor
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evaluate academic function
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advise
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funding
Method of Functioning of the State Council
Institutional action plans
Discussions with state holders
State level budgetary + Institutional plans
State higher education plans
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Perspective Plan
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Annual Plan
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Budget Plan
Duties of Board of Governors
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takes all policy decisions
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forms, supervises, guides various committees required for
project implementation
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ensures overall faculty development
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enables implementation of all academic and non academic
institutional reforms
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ensures proper utilization of project fund and timely
submission of financial management reports and utilization
certificate
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ensures compliance with the agreed
(procurement of goods, work and services)
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monitors progress in activities, resolves bottle necks
procedure
Duties of the Project Monitoring Unit
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procurement of goods, works and services
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implementation of faculty and staff development
activities programme
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monitoring project implementation
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organizing efficient
performance etc.
conduct
of
monitoring
and
Components Relevant for Colleges
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Component 7 – Infrastructure Grants to Colleges
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Component 8 – Research, Innovation and Quality
Improvement
THANK YOU…..
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