ICT@ Schools project Phase –I & II

ICT@ schools project


Information and Communication Technology (ICT) happens to be the sine-quanon of the present day society to catch up with the emerging trends and holds a lot of promise for posterity.

The State of Karnataka has gained world wide recognition for being in the Vanguard of the revolution in Information and Communication Technology. It is all the more necessary for the State to produce bright scholars who are skilled in computers to meet the requirements of the present day society. Realising this need Government of Karnataka in 2000 took a decision to introduce Information Technology in schools.

Computer Education and Computer based education was introduced in 1000 government secondary schools under the Mahithi Sindhu project, which was funded exclusively by the state. In addition, 150 government secondary schools under Revised CLASS project, 88 government secondary schools under the Eleventh Finance Commission project and 480 government secondary schools under ICT Phase-I project and 1571schools are covered under ICT Phase-II project in the State


1 Vision statement, which translates:

  1. “The Objective is to build the needed capabilities to those who pursue higher education and necessary skills for those who desire to enter the world of work.”
  2. Our children who come out of the education system should also be physically strong and sound, intellectually competent, mentally and emotionally matured, intelligent, creative innovative and exploring.
  3. Every child coming out of the secondary system will be a computer literate.
  4. Physical qualities should include internally sound and disease free life, physical skills of work and play – reflecting learning to know and learning to do.
  5. Intellectual skills would include displaying multiple intelligence, cognition, creativity and learning to know.
  6. Emotional intelligence that promotes healthy social life and learning to live together.
  7. Linking oneself and work to larger social, national, global goals.

2 Based on the vision statement as mentioned above the Objectives of ICT projects are as follows:-

  1. To establish an enabling environment to promote the usage of ICT in secondary Government schools in rural areas. To enable the rural students especially the scheduled Cast, scheduled Tribes, Backward class and minorities that to for girls to gain the complete knowledge of information technology and capacity building using the internet.
  2. To enhance the learning levels of the students in Mathematics, social science, science and co-curricular activities using Information and communication Technologies.
  3. To promote critical thinking and analytical skills by developing self learning. This shall transform the classroom environment from Teacher centric to Student-centric Learning.
  4. To enable students to acquire skills needed for the Digital world for higher studies and gainful employment.
  5. To provide effective learning environment for children through Information Communication Technology (ICT) tools
  6. Capacity building of teacher for effective Teaching-Learning Process by using Information and Computer Technology tools


The Government of India in 2005 – 06 has approved ICT@ schools under phase I scheme in 480 schools and under Phase II scheme in 1571 schools in Karnataka state. With this the coverage of computer education program in the state has gone up to 3298 government secondary schools.

Under the central ICT scheme the following infrastructure is envisaged:

1.10 PCs/Printer/scanner/web camera/modem etc4, 05,000
2Operating system/ Application software 20,000
3Educational software45,000
4Furniture 16,000
5Computer stationary 50,000
6Teachers’ training60,000
8Maintenance (50% of AMC) 20,000
9Monitoring Cost24,000
 Recurring costs*1, 34,000
(Consumables, telephone for internet usage, hardware and network maintenance)

Additional items such as generators, preparation of computer labs including civil repairs, cabling and provision of electricity is subject to an over all maximum limit of Rs 6.70 lakhs per school. The central governments’ share is restricted to Rs.5.00 lakhs per school

I.C.T. Project phase I in 480 schools has been implemented through Everonn (216 schools) and Educomp (264). ICT Project phase II in 1571 schools through Educomp. The Agencies are identified through Tender process. This project period is over. continuation project proposal sent to RMSA through the MHRD and GOK.

ICT@ Schools project Phase –II

The Government of India ( G.o.No. FNo-11-20/2007 dated .27-09-2007) in 2005 – 06 has approved ICT@ schools scheme in 1571schools in Karnataka state

This project is centrally sponsored scheme. Under I.C.T Phase-II Project, Computer education and computer based education has been implemented in 1571 Government High Schools in all over Karnataka. These schools are categorized on the basis of student’s strength. The students more than 150 are considered as A category and more than 350 is B category. Out of 1571 schools, 108 schools have been identified as B category Schools. The Total cost of the Project is Rs. 105.26 crores. Central Government has released Rs 31.42 Crores (G.o.No. FNo-11-20/2007 dated .27-09-2007)as first installment. The State Government has distributed Rs.11.78 crores for room preparation in 1571 schools (Rs.75, 000/- for each school) Every Year 4, 03,550 lakh students are going to get benefit under this project

Under this project the following infrastructure envisaged

110PCs/ Printer/ scanner/ web camera/ modem etc., 4,05,000-00
2 Operating system/ Application software 20000-00
3 Educational software 45000-00
5Computer stationary50000-00
6Teachers’ training60000-00
7 Internet30000-00
8Maintenance(50% of AMC20000-00
9 Monitoring Cost 24000-00
Recurring costs* 1,34,000-00
(Consumables, telephone for internet usage, hardware and network maintenance)

Additional items such as Multimedia Projector j) K-YAN or equivalent kit , Multimedia Projector, TV (optional) , TV tuner (optional) and Additional Head Phones, preparation of computer labs including civil repairs, cabling and provision of electricity is subject to an overall maximum limit of Rs 6.70 lakhs per school. The central governments’ share is restricted to Rs.5.00 lakhs per school. This project period is over. continuation project proposal sent to RMSA through the MHRD and GOK.

ICT@ Schools project Phase –III

Under this project 2633 aided high schools and 1763 government secondary schools (in which Mahithi Sindhu Schools, EFC schools and RCP schools are included) are included. This project will be implemented during 2015-16.

Web Induction Training for Elementary teacher Educators


Several changes in functions and role expectations of DIET faculty, such as extensive use of Information and Communication Technology in Elementary Education, prompted the need for a revision of the earlier induction programme.

It was in this background that the Regional Institute of Education(RIE), Mysore, which is a constituent of the National Council of Educational Research and Training(NCERT), New Delhi and the DSERT, Bangalore undertook this joint venture of redesigning an induction programme for the teacher educators working in the District Institutes of Education and Training.

Web Induction training Programme organised for Diet/CTE Faculty is an unique programme in the country. The main objective of Web Induction training is providing required support for the professional development of Diet/CTE faculty at their place of working. In addition to this providing knowledge on the duties expected by the faculty is another concern. Diet/CTE provide opportunity for the professional development.

This effort was conceptualized and coordinated by Prof. Vasant D. Bhat of Regional Institute of Education and the peer team consisted of Dr. S.P. Kulkarni and Dr. Asha KVD Kamat of RIE Mysore; Prof. H.M. Kashinath, Karnatak University, Dharwad; Prof. E. R. Ekbote, Gulbarga University; Prof.M.S.Talawar,Bangalore university ; Dr.S. Bhaskar, IASE, Bangalore, Shri Niranjan Das, Vijaya Teachers' College, Bangalore; Mrs. Manjula R and Mrs. Malathi B S, DSERT, Bangalore; Dr. H. Kumaraswamy, Mr. T K Raghavendra, Mr. M A Mulla, Mr. K Rathnaiah and Mr.G.V.Hariprasad who were faculty members in different DIETs in Karnataka.

Prof. G. T. Bhandage, who was the Principal, RIE Mysore and Shri. M. N. Baig,, who was the Director, DSERT provided valuable guidance in this joint venture.

At present DSERT, Bengaluru is running the programme with the assistance of a team of online facilitators who are from various DIETs in Karnataka.

What is an Induction Programme In-service teacher education programmes are of various kinds. Induction programme, Refresher programme, etc. Induction programme is that programme which provides inputs necessary for a person to start performing certain functions expected of him/her. It may have awareness, attitudinal inputs and competency development inputs.The induction programme for DIET/CTE faculty, therefore, would provide inputs necessary for a person to perform functions expected of him/her in a DIET/CTE

Why Induction Programme? District Institutes of Education and Training (DIET/CTE) are the district level institutions with four key functions namely, Preservice Teacher Education, Inservice Teacher Education, Research and Evaluation, and Documentation. A newly recruited teacher educator in DIET/ ,and the faculty members who are coming by transfer,and deputation needs to be inducted into these functions which are not a part of the teacher education curriculum. Each of the States in the southern India is in need of a training design with inputs/experiences to be provided to the newly recruited teacher educators. It is possible to form a project group of State level functionaries/Senior DIET faculty to articulate a programme of induction and prepare content which would then be forming different modules for the programme.

Our Vision of Induction

The Programme

DSERT, Bangalore has been conducting induction programmes for DIET & CTE faculty.* We visualise that the present programme is a revised and updated version of the earlier programme. *Hence, inputs in the earlier package which are useful and appropriate are retained in this version as well.

  • To provides inputs necessary for a person to start performing certain functions expected of him/her. The package includes attitudinal and competency development inputs. Much of knowledge base and awareness building is done at the respective places of work of a CTE & DIET faculty without disturbing the regular functioning of the CTE & DIET.
  • Secondly, the programme could provide those essential inputs from which the participants could build and contextualise according to their work conditions.
  • it is believed that a vast body of knowledge is already available on the internet and they should be used properly to provide scope and direction for those lecturers who wish to specialise in an area or learn more than commonly expected.

How Facilitation and Interaction Occurs in the Induction Programme

Facilitation and Interactions in the Induction Programme

web based induction programme envisages three kinds of interactions as represented in the diagram. DSERT which is the nodal agency for the programme would provide initial orientation, systemic support and undertake evaluation. The programme would have both Onsite Facilitators and Online Facilitators. The Principals of concerned DIETs would be the Onsite Facilitators and the Peer Team which articulated and developed this programme would act as Online Facilitators. The Onsite Facilitators would provide systemic support at the institutional level and undertake monitoring. Whereas, the Online Facilitators would provide continous support on learning and monitor progress of the enrolled DIET faculty.

Who Needs Induction?

An Induction Programme is needed for a person who is new to a nature of work. For example, a lecturer of DIET needs induction training if he has never worked in a DIET, is newly appointed and is not having a previous experience of performing those functions expected of a DIET faculty member. In a way it is an initiation .

Even though an induction programme is provided to a DIET faculty who is new to the DIET, a faculty member on transfer or promotion from some other level or sector may also benefit from induction training. In other words, it is not the age alone or recency of recruitment which decides who needs an induction programme.


The rigidity of timings is relaxed, prioritizing the process part of the training. However, suggestions are made for completing an activity in a time frame. This has been done keeping in mind the fact that the faculty of DIET is also engaged in certain routine activities of the institute while receiving the training inputs. Hence, they may be liberal for those who are having relatively less work load, access to Internet beyond office hours and well versed with the online work and computer use.

Time Frame for the Web Based Induction Programme for the year 2015- 2016





e-MEDIAe media, FOSS/Edubuntu Public Software, Power Point Presentation/odp, Documentation of data in Tables/Files, Use of e-Mail, Locating Resources on the Internet/Web browsing, Use of computers for audio- video CDs/Dvds, Creating Forms, Handling Hardware, Using Multimedia/LCD Projector/MFD, Analyzing Data, Creating Educational Programs, ICT in Education
July 30, 2015
DIET ROLES AND FUNCTIONS Functions of DIETS, Competencies of DIET Functionaries, Linkages-Academic, Linkages-Administrative, Linkages-Non Governmental Organisations
August 30, 2015
TRAINER SKILLSRole Expectations from a Trainer, Communication Skills, Management Skills, Transaction Skills, Evaluation Skills
September 30, 2015
RESEARCH & ACTION RESEARCH General Orientation to Research, Action Research in relation to Other Types of Research, The Procedure of Action Research, A Review of Efforts done so far, Reporting and Documentation of Research, Appraisal of Research, Supporting Action Research at the School Level
November 15, 2015
PLANNING Planning, Budgeting, Auditing
November 30, 2015
GENERAL TOPICS FOR AWARENESS Rights of the Child, UEE and ELL, Gender Equity, Inclusive Education, Critical Pedagogy, Constructivism, Multi-Grade/Multi Level Teaching, State and Central Schemes, National Policies, Right to Information, Citizen's Charter, Dealing with Legal Matters, Alternative Schooling, NGO Initiatives in Education in Karnataka, Karnataka Education Act, Education for Sustainable Development
January 15, 2016
FROM THE BOOK SHELF Book Review, Case Study of Innovative Teachers, Shikshana Varthe, Study of Circulars
25th of August, September, October, November, 2015
END OF TRAINING EVALUATION Post Evaluation on All Areas Report of Onsite Facilitator, Online Facilitator, Observation during Face to Face Programmes, Performance in Teleconference and a Post Test First week February 2016


The programme consists of 2 teleconferences to be held in September and December to help you seek clarifications and for exchange of feedback between you, the facilitators and DSERT. Each of the teleconferences would specifically focus on the area to be covered in the next month.

Teacher’s Training Management System

Teacher’s Training Management System Software is designed in house by the team of e-governance in department. To monitor the quality of education. Software objectives are Pre-planning process of training, implementation of Training, capturing data of Trained Teachers and study of impact & Implication of Teacher’s Training Technical Audit is already done and It has been hosted in department server, after incorporated all suggestions taken from failed functionaries. Training to use the software has been given to training implementing officers.

I Use of TTMS Real-time Software would ensure Training Agencies in;

  1. Building of Database of Teachers Trained across the State every year.
  2. Ensuring that Each teacher is given fixed Quantum of Training per year
  3. Study of impact of Training on Students as well as Teachers through constant feedback received from time to time.
  4. Planning FutureTraining requirements of Teachers / Students with the help of Feedback obtained.
  5. Study of effect / implication on Students / Teachers in terms of overall qualitative /quantitative improvement in Teaching – Learning process.
  6. Enhancing &enriching of knowledge of Teachers / Students in terms of Content as well skills acquired through practical exposure percolating all the way down to the school level.
  7. Empowerment of Teachers by involving social media for professional & personality growth.

II Salient feature incorporated in the TTMS Software

  1. Trainer who is entrusted training logs into the software using his / her credentials
  2. Pre-selects the nature of the Training viz Text methodology/English/ other trg
  3. Decides & Fixes duration of the Training according to his or her local needs
  4. Selects and simultaneously generates a Heterogeneous group of Trainees by Choosing requisite number of teachers for Training already chosen.
  5. Depending on availability of Master resources persons at his or her disposal Trainer Can divide Trainees upto a maximum of 5 batches for same kind of Training
  6. Once Training is finalized, he can independently Generates Training orders for individual Trainees & send information regarding training through email.
  7. The moment individual training orders are generated; individual SMS are triggered with the help of API integrated with the software.
  8. Once done with this, then the Trainer can Generates Consolidated list of participants?
  9. If there is more than one batch receiving the same kind of Training, then the Software would allow Trainer to obtain batch wise consolidated list of Participants pertaining to the training.

  10. TTMS software allows the trainer to upload the attendance each day onto to the website so that it is always visible to the super admin login id. Super administrator can login into any of the login ids created and have a realtime access to the data entered by the Trainer at various levels and obtain details of Training progress achieved.
  11. Trainer can Obtain signature of Attendees at the end of Each day of the training physically and can upload scanned copy of the the attendance sheet mandatorily in the software so that persons not attending the training are marked absent along with the reasons cited for absence in the software. Absence by the candidate for whatever reasons ( if any ) is also reflected in the attendance cum Training certificate issued to him / her along with the reasons entered by the Trainer.
  12. Without the Entry of Attendance in the record of individual trainees the Software doesn’t allow the Trainer to print the Training cum attendance certificate.
  13. Once the Attendance cum Training Certification is generated, the Training undergone by the Trainee is recorded and remains in his account till his name is removed from the database.
  14. Software is flexible. It provided an option for insertion of a newly recruited Teachers in the individual schools. It also provides the updation of Teachers details through Edit option. The software also provides Trainer level Teachers transfer from one block to another. When such a Transfer is effected, the Training details already entered in respect of Training are carried forward in the names of individual Teachers by the Software.
  15. If the individual details of Trained Teachers are entered properly in the HRMS, then, it is possible to generate reports Training given Castewise, classwise,Methodologywiseetc in the Training Software.
  16. Beo/ddpi/ diet principal/ ctepriciapl /dsert can get consolidated report of of school, cluster, block, district and State reports as well as number of trainings imparted from time to time and check the progress achieved.
  17. From DSERT super admin a message board designed in the software enables super admin to send / notify anything to all the login ids created without resorting sending sms.
  18. There is a provision for every login created to updated profile, reset password, through mobile. Thus If a user of this software forgets the password, then he can get the same on his moble like OTP in banking transactions.
  19. The Super admin can be used to retrieve any password of any login id or reset the same.

III Future plan of action for TTMS software.

  1. Efforts are also on to integrate TTMS Software with KHAJANA -2 software so that all Training details of teachers or officers who are on HRMS rolls will be automatically updated in HRMS Khajana Software.
  2. Efforts are also on to develop financial module and integrate with this software so that all financial transaction including sanctioning of Funds to the brc’sdiets’cte or any other Training agency is released online. And BRC’S DIETS AND CTE’S in turn Transfer TA, DA etc to the participating Trainees online.
  3. Concerted efforts will be put to merge Teacher’s Classroom Evaluation system with this software so that it doesn’t remain as a separate entity.
  4. Creating Login id for individual Teachers and allowing them to print their own Attendance and Training Certification after attending the Training
  5. Creating Evaluation module in the Software with which Teacher could be assessed about their Competency in Teaching& professional requirement for the teacher is found out through such an evaluation system. Creation of Teacher forum module in the Software for Teachers across the state to discuss and share their professional expertise / Experience with the other fellow teachers.

Tele-education Programme (Satellite Advanced Multimedia Education (SAME)) in 1000 Schools

Tele education special programme in Karnataka selected 19 Districts for Dr.Nanjundappa Report (EBB 36 Blocks) Satellite & Advanced Multimedia Education (SAME) is aimed at addressing the problem of poor quality of education which students in the present Government and aided schools face in rural areas. SAME overcomes the shortcomings by providing satellite based LIVE quality training with multimedia content.

SAME is designed to help students in their efforts to enhance clarity of concepts, knowledge and mental ability in Mathematics, Science and English subjects. To make this possible, SAME uses unique Hybrid Satellite-Terrestrial Communication Delivery Model, to bring the knowledge sources at a single platform, so as to make their teaching available to all the participants of the program, via LIVE & multi way interactive sessions from studios.

Centre for Public Policy, IIM Bangalore and its consortium partners implemented Satellite and Advanced Multimedia Education (SAME).

Classes have been transmitted from DSERT SIT Studio to 1000 rural Govt. & Aided High Schools.

Implementation by : DSERT

Project Lead:Center for Public Policy at Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore
Technology Lead:Gumbi Software Private Limited
Content Lead:Edutel technologies Private Limited
Manpower Lead:Opel Consulting


Total Schools1000 rural schools, In 18 Districts, 36 Taluks
High Schools ( Class 8-10)666
Upper Primary Schools ( Class 5 -7)264
UPS & HS70
No. of LIVE sessions conducted634 ( November 2014 to March 2015)
Avg. no. of students benefitted on a daily basis1,86,243

Mode of operation:

A hybrid technology which integrates the best features of satellite and the terrestrial technologies (Broadband, Voice & Data) are being used. It enables multi-way video, audio and data transfers. A unique Moderator System is deployed for simultaneous doubt clarification.

To monitor the transparency of the project, the Consortium has developed a comprehensive Online Monitoring System, which provides real time status of all the aspects of the project, such as, school wise number of students attending at each session, status of satellite & internet connectivity, class run status etc. At any given point of time, LIVE photos of classroom can also be accessed through the OMS.

Apart from online system class run status is monitored manually by Nodal officers present at every Taluka. Nodal Officers call coordinators at school level and send the report to Information team present at the Head Office.

Tele Education in 1000 Rural Government & Aided Schools across Karnataka

  • LIVE & Multi – way Interactive Education to rural students with Expert – Student, Student- Expert, Student – Moderator communications
  • Faculty use Kannada as the medium of instruction with English phrases to prepare students bridge the gap for the future studies.
  • Sessions run throughout the academic year as per DSERT syllabus
  • Time table is set by DSERT in synchronization with the in - school classroom teaching:
    1. Morning Session for High schools from 9.00am to 9.55am & 10.00am to 11.55am
    2. Afternoon Session upper primary schools from 2.00pm to 4.10pm
  • Low power system which can run on battery (120 Ah for 4 hrs). To ensure that classes run without power failure interrupters Power Backup with Solar Hybrid UPS & Battery is provided.
  • Each school has a coordinator to assist before and during the sessions at the satellite classroom

Moderator System: For Live interaction sessions, 84 moderators are assigned i.e. One Moderator per 12 schools to answer LIVE calls from students. Subject matter Experts are placed as moderators in schools at Taluka HQ and at the Studio. They are answering Questions using animated content.

As Tele-Education in 1000 schools has received good response, Government of Karnataka has approved extension of the project in an additional 1000 rural schools from the academic year 2015-16.

TALP IT@Schools Training details of 2018-19 till August-31st

Sl No
Teachers HMs Total Teachers HMs Total
1 Bengaluru North 0 0 0 0 0 0
2 Bengaluru South 0 0 0 0 0 0
3 Bengaluru Rural 28 0 28 27 0 27
4 Bagalakote 88 0 88 43 0 43
5 Ballari 44 0 44 39 0 39
6 Belagavi 96 0 96 73 0 73
7 Bidar 116 0 116 23 0 23
8 Chamarajanagara 52 0 52 51 0 51
9 Chikkaballapura 44 0 44 21 0 21
10 Chikkamagaluru 0 0 0 0 0 0
11 Chikkodi 0 0 0 0 0 0
12 Chitradurga 80 0 80 37 0 37
13 Dakshina Kannada 0 0 0 0 0 0
14 Davanagere 156 0 156 76 0 76
15 Dharwada 0 0 0 0 0 0
16 Gadag 0 0 0 0 0 0
17 Hassan 0 0 0 0 0 0
18 Haveri 64 0 64 42 0 42
19 Kalaburagi 152 0 152 97 0 97
20 Kodagu 0 0 0 0 0 0
21 Kolar 68 0 68 56 0 56
22 Koppala 100 0 100 63 0 63
23 Madhugiri 40 0 40 24 0 24
24 Mandya 0 0 0 0 0 0
25 Mysuru 124 0 124 91 0 91
26 Raichuru 64 0 64 57 0 57
27 Ramanagara 72 0 72 68 0 68
28 Shivamogga 112 0 112 102 0 102
29 Sirsi 52 0 52 0 0 0
30 Tumkuru 28 0 28 28 0 28
31 Udupi 0 0 0 0 0 0
32 Uttara Kannada 20 0 20 21 0 21
33 Vijayapura 32 0 32 30 0 30
34 Yadagiri 68 0 68 0 0 0
Total 1700 0 1700 1069 0 1069
Note : Out of 444 Tele-Education Schools, some have been left out because they come under Social Welface Department or Private Aided schools or already coverd during 2016-17 or 2017-18

TALP IT@Schools Training details of 2017-18

Sl No
Teachers HMs Total Teachers HMs Total
1Bengaluru North 94 9 103 91 9 100
2Bengaluru South 148 25 173 125 22 147
3Bengaluru Rural 72 5 77 68 7 75
4Bagalakote 192 31 223 160 20 180
5Ballari 156 28 184 139 23 162
6Belagavi 132 21 153 118 20 138
7Bidar 138 25 163 115 20 135
8Chamarajanagara 162 36 198 159 33 192
9Chikkaballapura 238 42 280 226 39 265
10Chikkamagaluru 152 9 161 120 10 130
11Chikkodi 182 28 210 178 28 206
12Chitradurga 104 16 120 93 15 108
13Dakshina Kannada 178 31 209 178 26 204
14Davanagere 150 25 175 135 22 157
15Dharwada 192 24 216 174 24 198
16Gadag 154 25 179 131 21 152
17Hassan 272 41 313 229 36 265
18Haveri 160 25 185 148 22 170
19Kalaburagi 202 44 246 165 35 200
20Kodagu 106 13 119 90 11 101
21 Kolar 116 21 137 101 20 121
22 Koppala 56 8 64 48 5 53
23 Madhugiri 100 12 112 79 11 90
24 Mandya 168 18 186 149 18 167
25 Mysuru 206 30 236 182 28 210
26 Raichuru 158 25 183 121 13 134
27 Ramanagara 138 23 161 125 17 142
28 Shivamogga 198 22 220 194 19 213
29 Sirsi 36 4 40 32 3 35
30 Tumkuru 158 18 176 134 18 152
31 Udupi 266 42 308 268 27 295
32 Uttara Kannada 44 8 52 39 8 47
33 Vijayapura 128 10 138 117 9 126
34 Yadagiri 44 6 50 40 6 46

TALP IT@Schools Training details of 2016-17

Sl No
Teachers HMs Total Teachers HMs Total
1 Bengaluru North 58 29 87 58 29 87
2 Bengaluru South 48 24 72 48 23 71
3 Bengaluru Rural 52 26 78 49 22 71
4 Bagalakote 68 34 102 63 31 94
5 Ballari 44 22 66 41 21 62
6 Belagavi 48 24 72 44 25 69
7 Bidar 38 19 57 38 18 56
8 Chamarajanagara 18 9 27 18 9 27
9 Chikkaballapura 70 35 105 69 33 102
10 Chikkamagaluru 116 58 174 116 58 174
11 Chikkodi 70 35 105 74 34 108
12 Chitradurga 40 20 60 42 21 63
13 Dakshina Kannada 54 27 81 54 27 81
14 Davanagere 50 25 75 48 25 73
15 Dharwada 96 48 144 95 47 142
16 Gadag 54 27 81 54 27 81
17 Hassan 108 54 162 100 47 147
18 Haveri 60 30 90 60 25 85
19 Kalaburagi 26 13 39 24 13 37
20 Kodagu 54 27 81 54 23 77
21 Kolar 32 16 48 32 16 48
22 Koppala 24 12 36 24 12 36
23 Madhugiri 52 26 78 48 24 72
24 Mandya 96 48 144 96 44 140
25 Mysuru 86 43 129 88 43 131
26 Raichuru 58 29 87 57 29 86
27 Ramanagara 46 23 69 41 21 62
28 Shivamogga 110 55 165 101 52 153
29 Sirsi 20 10 30 20 8 28
30 Tumkuru 86 43 129 82 43 125
31 Udupi 98 49 147 98 49 147
32 Uttara Kannada 12 6 18 12 6 18
33 Vijayapura 88 44 132 85 42 127
34 Yadagiri 20 10 30 20 10 30
Total 2000 1000 3000 1953 957 2910

2 BELAGAVI42403266
3 CHIKKODI44802532
4 DHARWAD28002238
5 GADAG20801664
6 HAVERI34401639
7 SIRSI18401542
9 VIJAYAPURA51202778
14 CHITRADURGA36802714
15 DAVANAGERE33602751
16 KOLAR3040 2671
17 MADHUGIRI21601880
18 RAMANAGARA20001920
19 SHIVAMOGA36002356
20 TUMKUR34402391
21 BELLARY40003135
22 BIDAR32802000
23 KALABURGI (Gulbarga)47202660
24 KOPPALA29602099
25 RAICHUR40002486
26 YADAGIRI21601207
30 HASSAN38403018
31 KODAGU880882
32 MANDYA27201630
33 MYSORE41602792
34 UDUPI14401264

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