Odisha Mo School Campaign 2021 Children’s Day, the Honourable Chief Minister of Odisha launched the ‘Mo School Abhiyan’. ‘Mo School’, in Odia means ‘My School’. The ‘Mo School Abhiyan’ is a unique initiative to bring alumni, their alma mater and the community around a Government-run or a Government-aided schools together. It is important to underscore the context: More than 90% of the entire school going population in the State get their education at one of the 58,265 such schools .
- Mo School Mission of Odisha Mo School Campaign 2021
- Action Plan for Odisha Mo School Campaign
- Mo School Yojana in Odisha Mo School Campaign 2021
- Mo School Vision
- Alumni Registration at Mo School Campaign Portal
- Odisha School Ecosystem
Mo School Mission of Odisha Mo School Campaign 2021
Mo School Abhiyan has been set up by the State Government under the School & Mass Education department, headed by a Chairperson in the rank of a Minister of State. The Principal Secretary, School and Mass Education, Government of Odisha acts as the Chairperson of the Executive Council along with the Member Secretary & CEO of the Society who is currently the State Project Director, Samagra Sikhya Abhiyan. A dedicated team of fulltime professionals manage the programme at the state level. As on 31 March 2020, the Mo School Abhiyan has reached 312 Blocks out of the 316 Blocks of the State in our 30 districts. 10844 schools have received Rs. 39, 60,89,160/- as contribution to Mo School Abhiyan for 14917 school-based projects. This amount has been topped up with a total grant of Rs. 79,10,98,321/- from the government as matching grant.
The utilisation of funds is being closely monitored by the Mo School Abhiyan organisation with an aim to provide evidence-based summary on the progress of projects to the contributors. A web-based monitoring system has been set up in the organisation’s web portal www.moschool.in
to track project implementation and share progress with the contributors through Mo School dashboard. This user-friendly dashboard is available to contributors, school authorities, and all district-level functionaries and stakeholders. Recipient schools post their progress report and activity photographs in their respective school microsites at regular intervals.
Action Plan for Odisha Mo School Campaign
Odisha Mo School Campaign 2021 The Higher Education department has worked out a detailed action plan to create a platform where alumni of institutes can connect and contribute for the development of their alma mater. The department has also decided to pick 100 mentors who will pledge their association with the campaign on the inaugural day. The proposed Mo College Campaign will be started for development of colleges with the help of their alumni.
Through Mo College Campaign, people would realize the joy of giving back to our respective Alma Maters where we enjoyed the most vibrant period of our youth and shaped our future. I appeal to all my brothers and sisters of Odisha to take this opportunity to become a collaborative force in building up of our own institutions.
Odisha Mo School Campaign 2021 The State government is taking many steps in enhancing the structure and functioning of higher education system in Odisha. Nevertheless, your personal contribution will give a magical touch to it. The benefit of the program will spread across 755 government colleges and Universities. CM mentioned “It is my pleasure to announce that in case of financial collaboration the state government will contribute double the amount contributed by the alumni with a cap of Rs 50 lakh per institution per year”.
Mo School Yojana in Odisha Mo School Campaign 2021
Odisha Mo School Campaign 2021 the success of ‘Mo School’ campaign, I believe ‘Mo College’ is going to bring similar response for higher education, institutions in the state. It aims to design an emotionally invested platform connecting the Odia alumina thus across the globe as there is nothing more rewarding than going back to treasured memories of our colleges,”
Mo School Vision
Odisha Mo School Campaign 2021 This abhiyan is not only limited to the alumni rather the non-alumni, philanthropists, charitable organizations, groups of persons and institutions can also be part of this innovative initiative,” the Chief Minister stated.
“The mission of ‘Mo College’ abhiyan aims to strive for a healthy learning atmosphere which is grounded on the principles of nation-building, promoting creativity, skill development and nurturing teamwork, thereby making the colleges and universities an innovative and exciting place to study,” he added.
Patnaik further said, “We’ll also realize the joy of giving back to our respective Alma Maters where we enjoyed the most vibrant period of our youth and shaped our future. I appeal to all my brothers and sisters of Odisha to take this opportunity to become a collaborative force in building up of our own institutions.”
He also said, “The State government is taking many steps in enhancing the structure and functioning of higher education system in Odisha. Nevertheless, your personal contribution will give a magical touch to it. The benefit of the program will spread across 755 government colleges and Universities.”
Alumni Registration at Mo School Campaign Portal
Odisha Mo School Campaign 2021 A Mo College Society has been formed to monitor the campaign. The department is also developing digital platform for registration of alumni. At the Mo College Campaign Portal, alumni registration must be done to participate in this abhiyan.
Setting Up of New Degree School in Odisha
The previous Mo School campaign provides a platform for former students to connect with their childhood memories and be a part of the change they want to see in their schools. The state government is committed to development of higher education. Accordingly, the state govt. of Odisha will setup 6 new degree colleges at Balangir, Kalahandi, Dhenkanal, Kandhamal, Koraput and Gajapati districts under Rashtriya Uchchatar Siksha Abhiyan (RUSA). Till date, there are 52 government degree colleges and eight model colleges in Odisha.
Delay in Roll Out of Mo School Initiative
After the launch of Mo School Abhiyan in 2016, the government had decided to roll out Mo College initiative last year i.e 2020. However, the outbreak of Covid-19 delayed its implementation. As per the modalities, the “Mo College” initiative will have a corpus fund of Rs 20 crore for development of colleges. Funds will be managed from two sources, contribution from donors and the government allocation.
Implementation of Odisha Mo School Campaign
Former students of colleges and individuals will be encouraged to contribute while the government will release twice the amount of their contribution to the institution concerned for its development. There, however, will be an upper cap of Rs 50 lakh on contribution of the government for a college in a year. Activities such as motivational programmes, value-based education and career counselling will also be undertaken under the initiative.
Improvement in Overall Quality of Education
Odisha govt. has taken various steps to fill up vacancies of teaching in staff in colleges. The students in Odisha are more inclined towards private colleges owing to large-scale vacancies in teaching staff and lack of infrastructure in government colleges. The main focus of the state govt. is on improving the overall quality of teaching.
Moreover, govt. will lay stress on the need of reorientation in teaching of history. Now the local heroes like Rana Pratap Singh would be given more importance over outsiders like Babar and Akbar. The state govt. has also decided that Sambalpur University must be trifurcated with two more universities at Bhawanipatna and Balangir.
Odisha School Ecosystem
The State government is taking many steps in enhancing the structure and functioning of higher education system in Odisha. Nevertheless, your personal contribution will give a magical touch to it. The benefit of the program will spread across 755 government colleges and Universities.”
Odisha Mo School Campaign 2021 “It is my pleasure to announce that in case of financial collaboration the State government will contribute double the amount contributed by the alumni with a cap of Rs 50 lakh per institution per year.
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