Monday, 12 September 2016

APPLICATION FORM FOR STARTING ANGANWADI WORKERS TRAINING CENTRE (AWTC)

EOI   FOR STARTING ANGANWADI WORKERS TRAINING CENTRE
ICDS Govt. of Bihar is desirous of starting 66 new AWTC in 30 district of Bihar with the help of Govt. or Non Govt. or Volunteer Organizations. The details of proposed new AWTC in each of districts are attached as Annexure-I.
APPLICATION FORM FOR STARTING ANGANWADI WORKERS TRAINING CENTRE (AWTC)
Nature of Programme – Residential Training Programme
1. Name of   Govt./Non Govt./Volunteer Organisation (In Block Letters)        ::
2.  Full postal address with Pin Code, Contract No.    ::
3.  Year of establishment. Reg.No. & Date ::
4.  Name & full postal address of the proposed Anganwadi Training Centre Building                                                                         ::
5.  Does your Govt./Non Govt./Volunteer Organization
have any other branch/Office (Specify location)           ::
6. At least Three years experience in imparting Training (Women and Child Development /
Nutrition/Health) programmes for Govt./Non Govt. Sector (Give detailed information as
Mentioned in the format below)   Enclose attested certificates
  ::

Nature                                     of Assignment
Duration of Project
From
To
Value      of      the project   (Rs.)










7.  Any previous current association with Social Welfare Department, Govt. of Bihar (Specify details) ::
8.  Details of Funds handled during last three years (Provide photocopies of Balance sheet, Receipt and Payments, Income and Expenditure A/c etc.) ::
9. Experience in Implementing projects with financial
assistance from Govt./donor agencies (Provide details) ::

10. Details of infrastructure facilities for the proposed
Training centre as per guide lines of Govt. of   India

(Annexure – I) [Three months time will be given to shortlisted agency for completing infrastructure facilities (Repairing work/Furniture etc.)as per the given guideline]



Details of Infrastructure
Details of Agency Infrastructure
No. of Room
Room Size
1
No. of Hostel Room 12 and size (12' X 12') or 3-4 big size dormitories


2
No. of Hostel Bathroom (5)


3
No. of Hostel Toilets (5)


4
No. of Kitchen 1 and size (10' X 10')


5
No. of Dining Hall (1)


6
No. of Class room and size (For accommodation 50 Trainees)


7
No. of Staff room (2)


8
No. of Library (1)


9
No. of Rack (6)


10
No. of Laboratory room (1)


11
No. of Recreation/Reading room (1)


11.  Availability of furniture    (Provide details)   ::
12.  Source of water supply/drinking water facility ::
13.  Availability of Electricity in the proposed Building (Please, attach documentary Proof) ::
14. Provide personnel details as per below format (Kindly attach their CVs. and attested photo   copies of educational/experience certificate) (Annexure- II) : :



Name of the Post
No.
of Post
Required Educational Qualification
Name of
the
Candidate
Details of
Qualification/
Experience
Attached
Certificate
(Y/N)
Principal
1
Masters    degree   in    any    of    the   field given for instructors with minimum 3 years of experience



Instructor in Child Development
2
Masters degree in Home Science/Child Development/Psychology



Instructor                     in Nutrition
Masters               degree               in               Home Science/Nutrition



Instructor                     in Social Work
Masters           degree           in           Extension Education/Community                   Resource Management/Social Work/Sociology



Account Clerk
1
Graduate     with     basic     knowledge     of Accountancy



Typist
1
Graduate     with     basic     knowledge     of computer   and  minimum  typing   speed of 30 W.P.M.



Lady Warden
1
12th   pass   and   should   not   be   less   than 35 years of age



Peon/Chawkidar
2
-



Cook
1
-




15.  Distance from nearest hospital/nearest bus stop    ::
16.  Distance from Panchyat office and Block Office::
17.  Whether the institution is running any other Anganwadi Training Centre in the State           :: (If yes, provide details)
18.  Give names of any two agencies and respective addresses for reference purpose                      ::
19.  Any other remarks.                                       ::

Stamp of Organization


Signature of the Authorized Signatory of the Organization

Enclosures to be attached
1.     Statement of details of Training Centre
2.     Attested certificate of training provided
3.     Bye-laws
4.     Conformation  letter  stating  that   agency  has  never  been  black   listed  and  no  person from the governing body has been in judicial custody for criminal matters.
5.     List of office bearers.
6.     List of staff with attested certificate of qualification and experience
7.     Infrastructure details
8.     Document for Electrical connection (if available)
NB. The organization must enclose the EOI documents in an Envelope and mark it as
“ EOI   FOR STARTING ANGANWADI   WORKERS TRAINING CENTREAddress for sending EOI:-To Director, ICDS 2nd Floor, Indira Bhawan R.C.Singh Path, Baily Road, Patna-800001


Annexure-I

List of Proposed District wise Anganwari Training Centre
Name of District
Proposed New AWTC (No.)
1
Araria
3
2
Aurangabad
1
3
Banka
3
4
Begusarai
3
5
Bhagalpur
1
6
Bhojpur
2
7
Darbhanga
5
8
East Champaran
3
9
Gaya
2
10
Gopalganj
2
11
Jamui
3
12
Kaimur
1
13
Katihar
3
14
Kishanganj
2
15
Lakhisarai
1
16
Madhepura
2
17
Madhubani
3
18
Nalanda
1
19
Nawada
4
20
Patna
2
21
Purnia
1
22
Rohtas
2
23
Saharsa
2
24
Supaul
3
25
Saran
3
26
Shekhpura
1
27
Sheohar
1
28
Sitamarhi
1
29
Vaishali
3
30
West Champaran
2

Total
66

Required Physical Facilities for the Proposed Anganwadi Training Centre
10.1     The AWTCs should have the physical infrastructure to effectively organize the
training of AWWs and this would include hostel to accommodate 50 persons , dining hall,
kitchen, bathroom, toilets, recreation room, library, classrooms, office rooms etc.
Hostel
10.2     As far as possible the hostel should be located within the premises of training centre.
However, if such an arrangement is not possible it should be located within a reasonable
distance from the training centre. The hostel should have the following facilities:
I.      Ideally, the hostel should have 12 rooms of 12’x12’ with cross ventilation. Trainees should be
provided with beds made of iron. Niwar, jute etc. Each room should have two tables and two
chairs.   Some   storage   space   to   keep   personal   belongings   if   rooms   are   not   available   there
should be 3-4 big size dormitories.
II.      A minimum of five toilets and five bathrooms near to the rooms.

III.      Adequate supply of safe drinking water as also water for washing and bathing
10.3        The kitchen should be big enough (a room measuring 10’x10’) or more with facilities for cooking keeping cooked food and drinking water. It should be provided with a shelf for keeping vessels. The dining hall should be adjacent to the kitchen.
10.4        Food for trainees should be prepared in a common kitchen. Trainees may either manage the entire kitchen by themselves or the training centre may arrange to run the mess for them. The trainees should be encouraged to help the kitchen staff. The trainees should be allowed to cook their own food as a group. The expenditure on food should be shared equally by all the trainees and under no circumstance should the trainees be asked to bear additional charges on water and electricity.
Recreation/Reading Room Facilities
10.5     The hostel should have recreational facilities for indoor and outdoor games, practicing
and organizing cultural programmes etc. While there should be some open space for outdoor
activities, equipments/games/instruments like chess, carom board, harmonium, baja, dholak,
table and radio could be provided in there creation room. Besides, daily newspaper in the
local language, few informative magazines and journals should also be made available to the
trainees. There should be about 6 chairs/mood has and 1-2 durries in the room. It would be
necessary to provide such facilities particularly in view of the fact that the trainees have to
stay at the training centre for three months.
Class Room
10.6        The training centre should have a spacious and well ventilated class room to accommodate 50 trainees. I should have a big size black board and facilities for projection of films/slides, display of programme schedule, growth charts, posters etc. relevant to training of AWW. The trainees should be provided with tables and chairs or desks.
10.7        There should be a work room for demonstration and preparation of extension aids. It is desirable to have a separate room with big sized tables and storage facilities for this purpose. However, if there is shortage of space, the classroom could also be used as a work room until arrangements are made for a separate work room.

10.8     Further, it is very essential to have a laboratory for conducting practical in the area of
health screening children to assess nutritional status by using mid arm circumference
(tricolour) tape, cooking demonstration, preparation of oral rehydration solution etc. The
laboratory should have adequate water supply and equipments like weighing scale, growth
cards, measuring tapes and other items mentioned earlier.
Staff and Office Rooms
10.9     The training centers should have two room-one for the Principal/Chief instruction and
the other for instructors and office staff with suitable arrangements for the portion meant for
the academic and office staff. The Principal
’s room should be equipped with one cupboard
and a table and at least four chairs so that she could hold discussions and conduct meetings
with the staff. Each instructor should be provided with a table with drawers and a chair. There
should be a couple of extra chairs for guests and visiting lecturers. The office staff room
should be provided with tables, chairs and at least two full size cupboards and three racks.
-According to the “Guide Book Anganwadi Training Centre-NIPCCD”
Annexure- II
A)      Budgetary Norms for Staffs in Anganwadi Training Center
HONORARIA FOR STAFF OF ANGANWADI TRAINING CENTRES (AWTCS)
Sl.    Name of the post     No.                                  Graded Honoraria (Rs. Per month)



No.

Of Post
On initial appointment
On completion
of 5 years of
service
On completion
of 10 years of
service
On completion
of 15 years of
service
On completion
of 20 years of
service
Old
Revised
Old
Revised
Old
Revised
Old
Revised
Old
Revised
1.
Principal
1
4400
10,000
5970
12,500
7544
15,000
7544
17,500
7544
20,000
2.
Instructors
2
3600
8,000
4789
10,000
5980
12,000
5980
14,000
5980
16,000
3.
Accounts Clerk
1
2540
6,000
3301
7,500
4065
9,000
4065
10,500
4065
12,000
4.
Peon/Chowkidar
2
2050
4,500
2274
5,500
2500
6,500
2500
7,500
2500
8,500
5.
Lady Warden*
1
750
5,000
750
6,000
750
7,000
750
8,000
750
9,000
6.
Typist**
1
Nil
6,000
Nil
7,500
Nil
9,000
Nil
10,500
Nil
12,000
7.
Cook*
1
500
4,500
500
5,500
500
6,500
500
7,500
500
8,500
Note:   The increase in honoraria on completion of five/ten/fifteen/twenty years (existing five/ten years only) period will be on the basis of performance.
        The existing part time posts of lady warden and cook have been included as regular employees.
        The post of typist has been added as additional regular post.
        The honoraria or engagement of craft teacher, music teacher and visiting doctor has been increased form the existing amount of Rs. 500/- p.m. to Rs. 1000/- p.m w.e.f 1.4.2009
        The honoraria for engagement of sweeper has been increased from the existing amount of Rs. 300/- p.m. to Rs. 1000/- p.m. w.e.f. 1.4.2009

B)      Summary of Training Programme Cost
Summary of Training Programmes with Old and Revised Cost Norms (Details enclosed)






Table no.
Type of Training
Duration and Batch size per course
Total Budget (Rs)
Old (w.e.f. 1.4.1999)
Revised (w.e.f. 1.4.2009)
1
Training Programmes conducted in Anganwadi Training Centres (AWTCs)
Fixed Cost (Recurring) / year
4,07,800
12,27,000
Fixed Cost (Non-recurring)
85,000
1,25,000
2
Job    Training     of     Anganwadi workers (AWWs)
32 days
35 persons/course
10 courses/year
7,50,330
12,55,000
3
Refresher Training of AWWs
7 days
40 persons/course
18,900
37,500
4
Induction Training of AWWs
8 days
20 persons/course
31,200
27,000
5
Orientation   (Job)   Training   of AWHs
8 days
50 persons/course
23,500
50,750
6
Refresher Training of AWHs
5 days
50 persons/course
18,350
39,000
7
Training                           Programmes conducted     in     Middle     Level Training Centres (MLTCs)
Fixed recurring cost per year
4,31,100
12,09,500
8
Job Training of Supervisors
32 days
25 persons/course
1,00,500
1,40,250
9
Refresher               Training               of Supervisors
7 days
25 persons/course
32,250
53,750
10
Induction               Training               of Supervisors
7 days
25 persons/course
72,500
49,000
11
Orientation            Training            of Instructors of AWTCs
11 days
20 persons/course
36,400
55,900
12
Refresher               Training               of Instructors of AWTCs
7 days
20 persons/course
24,300
43,550
13
Job                       Training                       of CDPOs/ACDPOs
32 days
25 persons/course
1,77,250
3,74,000
14
Refresher Training of CDPOs/ACDPOs
7 days
25 persons/course
76,875
1,81,125
15
Induction Training of AWWs
7 days
35 persons/course
76,875
87,250
16
Orientation            Training            of Instructors of MLTCs
11 days
20 persons/course
65,500
1,26,500
17
Refresher               Training               of Instructors of MLTCs
7 days
20 persons/course
59,000
1,05,250

NB: The   rules and regulation of ICDS, Bihar will prevailed in case of any differences of opinion.
For more information visit http://socialwelfare.bih.nic.in/Forms.htm



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