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U DISE Forms Guide to Update

U-DISE (Unified District Information System for Education) is a database about schools in India. ... It records information such as the level of dropouts and the condition of school toilets.

The U-DISE is the largest EMIS in the country, provides the necessary data for planning and managing school education. Besides, the U-DISE data are used extensively for planning and monitoring development interventions in the SSA and RMSA. Now, U-DISE also serves as the major source of official statistics. There is, therefore, a need for to have a master directory of schools.This directory will help identify schools that are not covered under U-DISE.

How U-DISE code is generated?

The process of getting a U-DISE Code for a school starts with a school registering itself through the SDMS portal. After successful initialization of school, corresponding Block Education Officers(BEO) are get notified. 

After that Block Education Officers(BEO) map this school to a cluster and send the school for details verification at the mapped cluster. 

After successful verification from cluster official, Block Education Officers(BEO) can take approve/reject actions for that school. A provisional U-DISE Code is generated for the school when school is approved by Block Education Officers(BEO). 

After approvals from the Block Education Officers(BEO), the school is approved by District Education officers(DEO) to generate a final U-DISE Code for the school.

In case of Block education officers(BEO) is not authorized to approve a school(for secondary and higher Secondary schools) or are absent for long duration the request for the generation the U-DISE code would be automatically transferred to District Education Officers(DEO) three days after initialization of school.

India has witnessed phenomenal expansion of school and higher education systems during the last three decades. The expansion in the education systems has been accompanied by an emergence of multiple levels of decision-making leading to an increasing demand for data and information. Besides, educational decentralization has been increasingly seen as a development strategy.

 It has become the framework for planning and management of public interventions in education, including flagship programmes like the SSA, RMSA, Teacher Education, MDM, and RUSA. As the education sector grew, both the Central and State Governments realized the importance of reliable and disaggregated data for decision-making, particularly for taking allocative decisions. 

An IT based initiative under the District Primary Education Project (DPEP) was implemented for the first time in India in 1995 to create a school education management information system. 

They help students to get sure about their goals of education through clear vision and ideas. Without teachers in the life one cannot grow mentally, socially and intellectually.

The school based computerized Education Management Information System (EMIS) initiated in 1995 by NUEPA (the then NIEPA1) with support from MHRD and financial assistance from UNICEF was known as the District Information System for Education (DISE2).

 Beginning with 42 districts in seven states (Assam, Haryana, Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu), the coverage of DISE was later on expanded to include 271 districts across 18 states3 with the scaling up of the DPEP.

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