Jammu and Kashmir State Resource Centre, established in the year 1978 by the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Government of India, New Delhi, and funded by University Grants Commission with a specific mandate to provide academic and technical resource support in terms of Material development, Training, Field programmes, Media Back up, Research, Monitori Evaluation to the literary programmes in J&K State. The funding to all the SRCs was taken up by Ministry of HRD in the year 1991.

The centre has been accredited with category ‘A’ status by Ministry of HRD in the year enhancing its annual Budget from 70 Lacs to 100 lacs.


Basic Literacy programme for jail inmates in District Baramulla.

  • Centre adopted 02 blocks (Block Ramsu and Banihal) in District Ramban for          implementati

functional literacy to Adult illiterates.

  • Centre adopted 04 blocks in District Bandipora in order to impart functional literacy  to illiterate Adults.
  • Centre established 15 Model Adult Education Centres to impart Basic Literacy coupled with Skill Development Courses in Different Districts of J&K (AECs are 100% funded by Rural electrification Department Govt, of India in collaboration with MHRD).
  • Implementation of Basic Literacy & Skill Development under Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojna (SAGY) in different districts of Kashmir province to make Model villages i.e,

i)                    Ganderbal adopted by Shri. Tariq Hameed Karra Hon’ble Member Parliament.

ii)                   Pulwama adopted by Shri. G.R. Rattanpuri Hon’ble Member Parliament.

iii)                  Kupwara adopted by Shri. Muzaffar Hussain Beigh Hon’ble MembeParliament.

iv)                  Shopian adopted by Smt. Mehbooba Mufti Hon’ble Member Parliament.

v)                   Baramulla adopted Shri. Saif-ud-Din Soz Hon’ble Member Parliament.

vi)                  Doda adopted by Shri. Ghulam Nabi Azad Hon’ble Member Parliament.





 Number of value —added courses imparting transferable and life skills offered


SRC has worked hard in hand with Gram Panchayat’s, local organisation and other ( Organisation while organising such teaching learning programm at district        level,Skill development is taken as an added advantage of the beneficiaries/student. In which identification has been done after seeking knowledge about the interest of the learner in each the centre established by our centre that is known Model Adult Education Centre which works for six months twice in a year. The outcome of the learners is being regularly monitored assessed through a national level learner assessment test held every year by National Institut Open Schooling (NIOS).


   Basic Literacy Programmes running in literacy centres (only in Sansad Adarsh Gram village i.e, Kupwara, Shopian, Pulwama, Baramulla and Ganderbal.

  • SRC has to implement Equivalency Programme in SAGY villages to provide an opportunity to basic literacy to acquire equivalency in formal education system.
  • Inter personal media campaign is running in Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojna (SAGY) village
  • SRC has to create environment Building in SAGY villages.

vii)                Celebrating of Days like International Literacy Day (ILD).

viii)               Padyatras at village level.

ix)                  Mela at ward level.

x)                   Motivation material to be used during the programme.

Monitoring and Evaluation of literacy projects in SAGY villages.

(i)               Monthly meeting at Block and Gram Panchayat level

(ii)              Field  visits to literacy and equivalency centres

(iii)             Interaction with social activist at Zonal level Documentation in SAGY villages

(i) Monthly and quarterly report including digital documentation has to prepare for the progra

        The centre  implement legal literacy in SB districts of J&K funded by the department of  Ministry of Law & Justice GOI. New Delhi.

Additional Projects

Legal Literacy Project for awareness of marginalized society in Jammu & Kashmir.