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Thursday, February 10, 2022

SMC BAISAG

 

The Swachh Vidyalaya Puraskar has been instituted by the Ministry of Education, Government of India to recognize, inspire and celebrate excellence in sanitation and hygiene practice in schools. The purpose of the SVP is to honor schools that have undertaken significant steps towards fulfiling the mandate of the Swachh Vidyalaya Campaign. SVP is based on IT enabled assessment of WASH infrastructure, hygienic practices and COVID-19 appropriate behaviour. Swachh Vidyalaya Puraskar was launched in 2016-17 with following key objectives To recognize, inspire & celebrate excellence in sanitation and hygiene To honor schools that nave undertaken significant steps towards fulfilling the mandate of the Swach Vidyalaya Campaign & adhering to the standards of hygiene & cleanliness. To promote sustainable practices of improved water sanitation & hygiene in schools Essential elements (SVP 2021-22)



SMC BISAG PDF




Swachh Bharat Vidyalaya has been started by the Ministry of Human Resource Development (Ministry of Education) Swachh from the year 2013. Swachh Vidyalaya Award (SVP) was launched in 2016 (Swachh Bharat - Swachh Vidyalaya) under SBSV.  -  After 2016-17 and 2017-18, SVP is being planned in 2022.  Aims to recognize the best performing schools with water, sanitation and hygiene facilities in schools to inspire other schools;  Awards were also given to the best performing districts and states for recognizing good WASH related efforts in schools and inspiring other districts and states. 


SVP Question Answer PDF


SVP Application


SVP Video


SVP 2022 teachers' orientation- Gujarat



In previous years, evaluation was done on the basis of five categories under 'Clean School Package', in which 1. Drinking water 2. Toilet facility 3.  Soap Washing Facility 4. Maintenance and Repair 5. Behavior Change and Capacity Building · The 2020 Kovid-19 epidemic affected schools as well as children's education, with the addition of a series of 'Kovid-19'.  Preparedness and Feedback 'Name 1. Drinking Water 4 6. CC 1. Drinking water.  At least one source of drinking water.  .  Checking of drinking water quality, distance of drinking water source from Jajru absorption pit 10 in non-residential school 1.5 liters per student per day (5 liters per day for residential school): capacity of water tank as per daily requirement  .  5 liters per student in non-residential school (15 liters for residential school).  One working tap of water in each jajru.  One point of drinking water per 30 students.4- COVID - 19 Preparation and response (12) 1. Safety and hygiene plan and strict adherence to protocol for health and safety 2. Strict adherence to the use of "face cover / mask" at all times 3. Safe body distance (2 yards (  6 ft)) - Strict adherence to activities / operations 4. The school strictly and thoroughly ensures that no one in the school will spit in the open.  7. Availability of personal protective equipment (sanitary workers, MDM, emergency requirement) 8. Availability of cleaning equipment / supplies (mops, broom, clothes, spa, cleaners etc.) 9. Frequent cleaning of all floors (classrooms, corridors, kitchens, stores,  Other areas / spaces) 10. Frequent cleaning of other surfaces frequently touched with pesticides 11. Separate isolation room for suspicious case 12. COVID - 19 Display use of IEC materials and equipment suitable for special children

A) Front view of school and campus b) Photo showing school premises, overall cleanliness of school premises c) Working toilet for separate working toilets for boys and girls (2 photos) d) CWSN.  (CwSN) e) Nutrition garden in school f) Incinerator combustion system for disposal of sanitary waste g) Use of toilet and soap / hand washing facility before lunch (photo of each) h) Water quality test report i) Teacher training certificate / Data Verification Team (on - ground verification) * Data Verification Team - Screening and verification committees at block and district level should have a place for both men and women.  .  Block Sanitation Award Committee - A Block Level Award Committee will be formed under the chairmanship of Taluka Primary Education Officer (TPEO) or Taluka Development Officer (TDO), comprising of Block Resource Coordinator (BRC), Taluka Resource Person (TRP) of Civil Department,  A health officer, two teachers, at least two members of the SMC and a representative from a CSO or NGO working in the area.  District Sanitation Award Committee - A District Level Award Committee will be formed under the chairmanship of District Collector (or his appointee) or District Development Officer, comprising District Education Officer (DEO), District Primary Education Officer (DPEO), District Project Engineer (DPE), District Gender.  Coordinator, District MIS, District Teachers Training Coordinator, Chief District Health Officer, Executive Engineer PHED / PRD, three teachers and a representative of CSO or NGO working in the area. 2021-22 1. Please review the required information from the guide and prepare the information before answering digitally2.  Please be aware of some potential minor improvements that may help WASH compliance, for example.  .  .  Dustbins covered with latch toilets in doors / hooks for hanging cloths. Complete hygiene of school campus. Availability of soap, water, disinfectant. Provision of water storage / container management with solid and liquid waste doya (including dustbins in main areas).  As required, please have 9 category photos ready for quick submission.  .. Incinerator Bury System for Disposal of Sanitary Waste - Not Applicable for Elementary School, can write in bold on paper "Not Applicable" and can insert photo "Water Quality Test Report" Coordinated with PHE, WASMO at District Level "Teacher Training Certificate  / Document "- District should provide facility if required.  4. Don't wait for the last day


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