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|S.No.||Project Name||Brief of Project||No. of Schools Assessed/
|1||NABET Accreditation||NABET offers accreditation framework for Quality School Governance in the country, with a view to provide framework for the effective management and delivery of the holistic education program aimed at overall development of school.||223|
|2||Quality Improvement in Schools under NDMC||
NDMC and NABET-QCI have partnered to foster excellence in school education sector. A structured methodology has been laid to improve the learning outcomes of students by intervention in teaching-learning process in all NDMC schools.
After successful implementation of project for 2 years in all the schools, it was empirically observed
|3||Comprehensive Assessment & Evaluation of all schools under Delhi Government & other allied agencies||The School Development Index (SDI), a comprehensive evaluation of all schools of Delhi leading to ‘quality assurance’ & ‘quality sustenance’ in school education. The exercise involved the evaluation of 5537 schools across Delhi from November 2018 to May 2019. The evaluation was an aggregate of four themes as categorized under the Safety and Security Index, Teaching and Learning Index, Social Inclusion Index and Parent Participation Index. NABET-QCI successfully completed evaluation of all the schools by 29th April 2019.||5475|
|4||Assessment of Schools in Jhunjhunu and Sikar districts of Rajasthan||QCI and Piramal Foundation for Education Leadership (PFEL) signed MoU to conduct independent assessment of classes 3rd, 5th and 7th in schools of Jhunjhunu and Sikar in order to understand the impact and effectiveness of District Transformation Program run by PFEL.||258|
|5||Assessment and Quality Intervention Certification of Schools under Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM)||To improve student learning outcomes and create a robust system of monitoring and evaluation of the public education system, MCGM partnered with QCI to conduct assessment, quality intervention and certification of schools.||30|
|6||Assessment & Evaluation Residential Hostels under ST & SC Development, Minorities & Backward Classes Welfare Department||To conduct assessment of residential school hostels leading to quality assurance and quality sustenance. The department & QCI have partnered in order to identify gap areas of the hostels along with relevant action plan for quality improvement.||246|
|7||Total Private School Assessed under RTE Act||Section 12 (1) (c) of the RTE Act, 2009 fixes the responsibility of private unaided schools to provide free and compulsory education to children from weaker and disadvantaged sections by admitting at least 25% of the total strength of class I or pre-school education.
To examine the compliance of the Section in true spirit there was a need to understand the ground reality and work upon the areas of concerns and problems of states/UTs. The study carried out by QCI as per the mandate given by NCPCR was conducted from February to April 2017. It included on-site assessment of 44 schools in Delhi, analysis of admission data of 663 schools across Delhi to understand the current state more deeply. A team of consultants was deployed to understand the issues in depth from the schools and recommend systemic reforms.
|8||A Study on Mainstreaming of Out-of-School Children (OoSC) and Effectiveness of Special Training||QCI conducted a study to discern the effectiveness of Special Training Centres (STCs) in mainstreaming Out-Of-School Children and identifying the issues and challenges faced by different stakeholders. The study also captured the quality of educational and residential facilities provided in these STCs
The study was carried out in five states (Punjab, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, Chhattisgarh, and Tripura), each representing one of the five zones across the country. The study consisted of three parts – collection of data (i.e., information related to Special Training Centres from 29 states and 7 UTs), review of educational and residential facilities provided, and interview with relevant stakeholders of 125 STCs (principals, teachers, government officials, students, etc.).
The study concludes with the recommendations for Central Government and State Governments on variety of parameters and with the intention of helping both State(s) and Union Government of India to provide effective Special Training to Out-of-School Children.
|9||Accreditation of 72 Schools under DAV Managing Committee, Chhattisgarh||The DAV Managing Committee & QCI partnered to conduct accreditation of 72 schools on NABET Accreditation Standard for Quality School Governance. The objective is to provide framework for the effective management and delivery of the holistic education program aimed at overall development of school.||72|
|10||Under Mission Suvidya, Assessment & evaluation of Residential Hostels (ST & SC Development, Minorities & Backward Classes Welfare Department)||he Department & QCI partnered to conduct virtual assessment of 1252 residential school hostels in 10 more districts as part of Mission Suvidya and help to improve the standard & quality of these hostels to lead them to achieve ISO 9001:2015 Certification.||1252|
|11||Research Study on Out of School Children||The overall objective of the study was to examine the effectiveness of special training centres in mainstreaming of children, to conduct a need analysis of children studying in the centres, issues & problems faced by the special training centres and providing targeted recommendations based on in-depth research.|
|12||Impact of Article 15(5) w.r.t. Article 21A of constitution of India on Education of Children of Minority Communities||To study the impact of Article 15(5) with regards to Article 21A of the constitution of India on education of children of minority communities. A secondary research and data analysis has been conducted for 20,000 schools.|
|13||Study on effectiveness of National Child Labour Project Scheme (NCLP) in mainstreaming of Out-of-School Children||To study the effectiveness of the National Child Labour Project (NCLP) scheme in mainstreaming Out-of-School Children. The objective is to examine benefits of residential & non-residential STCs and factors leading to effective implementation of the Scheme. It involves on-site evaluation of 150 Special Training Centres (STCs) in 16 districts across India.
Collaboration with Central Board for secondary Education (CBSE) affiliated schools: CBSE decided to engage an independent third party to audit its affiliated schools to gauge insights about the process (gaps, scope of improvement, etc.). To fulfil the aims & objectives of this project, NABET-QCI was chosen by CBSE as an external independent third party to conduct test audit of already affiliated schools as a pilot.
|14||Third Party Assessment & Evaluation of Teachers in Schools of Oman||To improve teaching practices and student learning outcomes, QCI partnered with Schools of Oman to develop a robust system of evaluation & assessment of teachers. The overall objective of conducting the assessments was to provide detailed report on individual teacher starting from current practices, areas of improvement and suggested action plan to improve classroom teaching.|