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Suggest a Name for ‘Supportive Healthcare System for Students in Ashram Schools & Eklavya Schools’ by Tribal Development Department

Naming contest for ‘Supportive Healthcare System for Students in Ashram Schools & Eklavya Schools’  by Tribal ...

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Naming contest for ‘Supportive Healthcare System for Students in Ashram Schools & Eklavya Schools’  by Tribal Development Department, Government of Maharashtra

Maharashtra has 2nd highest tribal population in the country and their upliftment is of high priority for the government. To fulfil the aspiration of tribal population, their social indicators viz. education, health, standard of living etc. need to improve. With this view in mind, Tribal Development Department has been running Govt. Ashram Schools for the last several decades. At present, there are 502 Government Ashram Schools & 16 Eklavya Model Residential Schools catering to approximately 2 lakh students throughout the state.

Tribal Development Department has been passionately making efforts to give these students homely environment by improving infrastructure of Govt. Ashram Schools & Eklavya Model Residential Schools. Approximately 100 Government Ashram Schools are now ISO certified. Most of the schools now have ‘divyang’ friendly modern infrastructure, new school building with digital classroom, separate hostel buildings for girls & boys, kitchen with common room for daily meals, a 4 bedded sickroom, playground etc.

Currently, health of students in Ashram Schools is being monitored by Public Health Department through Rashtriya Bal Swastha Karyakram (RBSK). To complement this program, Tribal Development Department plans to launch a comprehensive healthcare package with bouquet of initiatives. This supportive health care system shall focus on 3 aspects of health care delivery viz. Emergency Medical Services, Regular Medical Screening and Creation of health database of each and every student of abovementioned schools.

The project shall have cluster as the basic unit of operation, each cluster consisting of 5-10 schools depending upon the geographical distribution. All the government Ashram Schools have been divided into 48 clusters. This supportive health care system will include the following:

  1. 108 Emergency Ambulance Services with AYUSH doctor.
  2. Regular Medical Check-up of the students.
  3. Maintenance of medical history of every student.
  4. Periodic analysis of health status of students.
  5. Refurbishment of sickrooms.
  6. Health education.
  7. Management of students with serious disorders.
  8. Community outreach programme.
  9. Robust monitoring of all aspects of the healthcare system.

 The Tribal Development Department, Government of Maharashtra invites citizens to suggest an appropriate name for this program.

 The last date of submission is 15th September 2018 midnight.

The winning entry will be awarded an Amazon Kindle.

 Click here to read the Terms and Conditions.

 NOTE – Entries submitted through Maharashtra MyGov ONLY will be considered.

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