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Punjab School Education

Sector Plan(PSESP)
Program Monitoring & Implementation Unit
(PMIU)

Structure of the Sector Plan

Strategic Framework for


PSESP
PSESP development has been guided by the:
National Education Policy 2009
Millennium Development Goals
Punjab Education Sector Reforms Programme
Article 25-A (18th Constitutional Amendment)
Chief Ministers School Reforms Road Map (Govt. of
Punjab year 2011)
and focusing on:
Differing roles of various service delivery modes-public:
private etc.
Balancing quality, relevance, access, equity and
governance

Challenge of Article 25A


Current

Target

NER Primary

70

100

NER Middle

37

100

NER Secondary

25

100

Survival Rate
Primary

57

100

Survival Rate
Middle

86

100

Survival Rate
Secondary

59

100

Transition Rate
Katchi to Primary

62

100

Transition Rate
Primary to Middle

91

100

106

100

Transition Rate
Middle to
Secondary

Access
(NFE)
Quality

Equity

Indicator

ECE

Source: EMIS 2011and PSLM


2011

Structure of the Education


Sector
Public
Sector

Private
Sector

Non
Formal
Education

Public
Private
Partnershi
p

Madrassa
s

Findings of Situation Analysis


Inputfocused
interventions
High Political Will

Informatio
n and
research
deficit

Punjab School Education Sector

Shortage
of
specialists
and
experts
Weak
coordination
between
implementer
s

Challenges of Sub-Sectors
Public
Sector

Key Factor to
Consider

Excess
Capacity in
schools

Key
Weaknesses

Weak Quality
Low Efficiency
High Unit
Costs

Primary
Strategic
Approach

Quality
Governance &
Mgmt

Public
Private
Partnershi
p
Relatively
better quality
Lower unit
costs
Limited
capacity to
scale up
Build Scale up
Capacity

Private
Sector

Relatively
better quality
Unregulated
Unclear
outcomes
Regulation of
the Sector

Structural Framework of PSESP

Cross-cutting Themes

Strategic Objectives
Quality
1. Standards for all education inputs, process, outputs
2. Capacity development for Curriculum
Implementation Framework
3. Aligning Pre-service and In-service Teacher Education
based on the Punjab Teacher Education Strategy
4. Capacity development to prepare and disseminate
high quality textbooks
5. Enhance expertise in assessment and evaluation
6. Development of physical and social environment in
schools

Access with Equity & Relevance


1. Establish Early Childhood Programs
2. Preparing a school language policy
3. Provision of stipends/incentives (minimizing costs of
education for the poorest)
4. Mobilizing School Councils and community
participation
5. Develop formal linkages between NFE and regular
schools
6. Develop linkages between general education and TVE
7. Develop and implement policy on Disaster Risk
Reduction
8. Focus on Inclusive education through Child-friendly
schools

Governance & Management of Public


Education Sector
1. Merit based HRM-Recruitment, Performance Appraisal and
Promotions, Retention of Quality Managers
2. Development of capacity to improve managerial efficiency at the
provincial and district level
3. Data-based decision-making and increasing scope of EMIS
4. Developing oversight mechanism for sector plan implementation
and improve monitoring and evaluation processes
5. Gender-sensitized management
6. Utilize PEFs capacity to achieve targets of Article 25-A
7. School-based budgeting
8. Integrate private sector into governments policy framework
9. Effective community involvement

Implementation Strategies

Way Forward
PSESP Dissemination (district level)
Steering Structure (committee) for effective
implementation PSESP (SED Level) to be notified
Notification of Thematic Working Groups (Quality,
Access & Governance)
Development and Alignment of Annual Development
Plans of attached departments with PSESP
Capacity Development Strategy
Resource Mobilization Plan & Donors/Partners
Coordination
Performance Assessment Framework (mechanism)

Costing

Costing

Estimates of Out of School population based on:


Population Projections of National Institute of Population
Studies (NIPS)
NER trend from PSLMs
Ratios: Classroom 1:50; Teachers 1:50, 3:50 and 4:50 for
primary, middle and secondary
Use of official Unit costs
Estimates for public sector and PPP approach
Costing of the 5 year plan is an estimate
Financing component will be reviewed on an ongoing basis
It is a cyclical process- a few additional costs will emerge
from implementation itself

Costing Strategies

Non Scale Costs

Quality
Relevance
Access
Governance
Improved Managerial Efficiency
Monitoring and Evaluation

Estimated Additional Costing for


Sector Plan (2013-18)
Components
Year
Recurrent
2013-14 2014-15 2015-16
Cost
(in Rs. Million)

2016-17

2017-18

Est. Routine
Budget

393.01
bn

496.22
bn

Teacher Salary 18020.3 24187.7 30262.18


4
5

37894.42

46683.80

PEC
(additional
assessment
cost)

624.71

695.79

920.02

942.55

975.69

Textbooks
(additional
enrollment)

102.92

210.31

193.24

124.65

130.21

Teachers

407.3

949.07

986.94

641.15

618.19

205.15
bn

245.07
bn

308.06
bn

Estimated Additional Costing for


Sector Plan (2013-18)
Components
Development Cost
(in Rs. Million)

Year
2013-14 2014-15

2015-16

2016-17 2017-18

New Schools/ Up
gradation

0.00

8,500.00 14,535.0
0

14,535.
00

9,690.00

Additional
Classroom

1,767.8
2

1,824.92 1,824.92

1,824.9
2

1,824.92

Quality (Develop
Standards,
Assessment
Tools/Reforms,
Teacher Learning
Development)

1,179.4
7

1,105.62 0.00

0.00

0.00

Relevance (Tracer
Study, Review of

32.88

5,63

0.00

0.00

0.00

Estimated Additional Costing for


Sector Plan (2013-18)
Components
Development Cost
(in Rs. Million)

Year
2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

2016-17

2017-18

Governance (HRM,
Performance Appraisal
System, Recruitment
Process, Capacity
Development Plan CD)

63.25

1.50

0.00

0.00

0.00

Improved
Management
(Recruitment Policy,
CD plan developed,
Training Needs
Assessment tools)

23.50

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

Monitoring &
Evaluation

48.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

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