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Initially the admissible unit cost for construction of a 100 bedded hostel, including boundary wall, boring hand-pump, electricity, furniture and equipments etc. During the appraisal process, most of the State Governments had expressed their reservation regarding the inadequate cost norms and requested for increasing the cost norms, preferably based on State Schedule of Rates (SOR).The matter was carefully considered in the Ministry and it was proposed to revise the construction cost under the Girls’ Hostel Scheme to permit construction of Hostel as per State Schedule of Rates. dated 30-5-2011 has conveyed its concurrence to the State Schedule of Rates to be used for construction of hostels, including the hostels already sanctioned in 2009--11 as per the specific detailed norms for a 100 bedded hostel.Every parent teacher meeting made me feel much more secure and confident that my child is in the right hands.“The learning environment at Oakridge and the teacher support inspired me to pursue finance as a field of choice and I wish to be a business consultant someday”Ahalya Rajagopalan (Currently studying at University of Pennsylvania)The well-trained faculty at Oakridge stand out with friendliness, caring, flexibility, and approachability etc.They imbibe these values to my son to make him a much more confident and outgoing person than he was before joining Oakridge Mr.Students passing out of KGBV will be given preference in admission in hostels.At least 50% of girls admitted will be from SC, ST, OBC and Minority communities.Sugu Srinivas Prasad (Parent of Priyansh)“My biology teacher was the one who inspired to take an interest in the field of medicine.I wish to get into paediatrics and can never forget the contribution of Oakridge in my overall development”Oakridger Jai (Currently studying at UC-Berkeley)Both our children have been studying at Oakridge for 10 years now.
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An EFC proposal to revise some norms of Girls’ Hostel Scheme including the cost norms for construction of hostels was sent to Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure, through IFD in March, 2011 to convene EFC meeting. Central government will bear 90% of the recurring and non-recurring project cost. A Project Approval Board headed by the Secretary, School Education & Literacy, MHRD will examine the proposals received from various States/UT Governments.
The Committee will include, Joint Secretary (Secondary Education), JS and FA, Ministry of Human Resource Development, representative of Planning Commission, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Women and Child Development and National Commission for Women besides representative of States/UT Governments.
This is a new Centrally Sponsored Scheme launched in 2008-09 and is being implemented from 2009-10 to set up a 100-bedded Girls’ Hostel in each of 3479 Educationally Backward Blocks (EBBs) in the country.
The Scheme has replaced the earlier NGO driven Scheme for construction and running of Girls’ Hostels for Students of Secondary and Higher Secondary Schools, under which assistance was provided to voluntary organisations for running Girls’ Hostels.
The main objective of the Scheme is to retain the girl child in secondary school so that girl students are not denied the opportunity to continue their study due to distance to school, parents’ financial affordability and other connected societal factors.