Making at least 80% of students in Haryana government schools grade level competent by 2019
Saksham Haryana is a project run from the Chief Minister Office of Haryana aimed at making 80% of students in government schools of Haryana 'Saksham', or grade level competent, by 2019 through quality improvement and systemic transformation of the state education system. The key objectives of the program are:
Ensuring complete integration and functioning of three important technology systems - MIS, AMS and MAT.
Improving the standardized assessment structure of the state to make it more insightful, efficient and data-oriented.
Creating a strong review and monitoring mechanism at all the levels of governance for all Saksham Haryana initiatives.
Streamlining communication across the education ecosystem by introducing channels such as e-SMS, IVRS and teacher helpline.
Piloting the use of different technology interventions in classrooms for improving learning level outcomes.
Using data-intensive software tool to consolidate schools for improving pupil-teacher ratio and teacher per school ratio.