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Operation Blackboard

Operation Blackboard  was a  sponsored Programmes started in 1987, quick  after the Rajeev Gandhi N.P.E of 1986 was released to supply the bare minimum crucial facilities to all primary schools in the Indian  country. The objective of the “Operation Blackboard” scheme is to  provides students studying in primary settings with the necessary institutional equipment and material to facilitates  their education.  Operation Blackboard had  a  provision to provides salary for an additional teachers to those primary schools that have an enrolments of more 100 students or for a consecutive period of two years. In the ninth five year plan the scheme was extended to  upper primary schools too.In attempt to improve and  implementation of the scheme “Operation Blackboard” a few additional provision have been added. All teachers will be trained in using the materials provided by the scheme under a particularly designed teacher preparation programmes. The state will provides facilities to  replacement of broken or non-functioning materials. At the local level, there will be some flexible condition  for purchase  additional items and teaching aids, which can be applicable to the local situation. At least ,50% of the teachers will be women because,women  will affect the girl enrolments in school. School building will be designated according to local requirement. The central government provides funds for school Equipments and provides funds for the buildings as well. the state government raise  funds through the “JWAHARYOGNA SCHEME”.since,1987 to1994 an amount of Rs. 12.80 lakhs had spend on the scheme .


1.     Since,1987the government of India implemented Operation blackboard scheme .

2.     Operation blackboard scheme is  recommendation and  produced by the N.P.E of 1986 during the regime of Rajeev Gandhi.

3.      The main aims of this Operation blackboard were improvement the quality of primary education.

4.      Another aims is to reduces the rate of wastage and stagnation.

5.      More  attracting to children especially the girls children, into the primary educational sector for understanding  the value  of education for all.

6.      The scheme mainly, focused on provides to children at least, two classrooms in every primary school .

7.      Necessary toilets  arrangements  for girls and boys to safety and suitability  point of view.

8.      At least, 50% of the teachers appoints among the Men and Women teacher.