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New School Timings to HS, UP, Primary Schools

School Timings as per RTE, High Court Instructions

State Project Director of AP SSA has issued Lr.No.141/B1/SCERT/2014 on 11-08-2014 regarding the new school timings. These new school timings as per the Right to Education Norms and Honorable High Court directions. As per the norms stated in RTE, the commissioner and Director of School Education, AP , Hyd given certain instructions to follow new school timings scrupulously.

In above stated reasons Director, SCERT of AP has submitted new schools timings and details of periods to Primary, Upper Primary and High Schools in terms of the propositions of RTE Act. All the DEOs of the State AP have to follow the new school timings and the same should be intimated to all MEOs of their jurisdiction. DEO, DyEO, MEO concerned instructed to adapt the new school timings and ensure no school works beyond school hours. It shall also be ensued the private schools do not function more than working hours.

 

 Total 48 Periods in a Week. See the table below

 

Subject/Topic
Number of Periods per Week
Telugu
10
English
6
Library Reading
2
Maths
10
EVS
6
Physical Health Edn
5
Work Edn
2
Moral Values Edn
3
Art
4

Dasara Holidays (Dusshera Holidays)
from
23.9.2014 to 4.10.2014 (5.10.2014 is Sunday) Hence reopening is on 6th/7th Oct depending on the date of Festival of Bakrid.

Pongal Holidays (Sankranti Holidays)
from 10-1-2015 to 18-1-2015.

School Academic Calender for Upper Primary and High Schools

1. The Timetable is same as mentioned above for primary schools, from 9 am to 4.30 pm.

2. Subject wise allotment of Periods per week is as follows:

 

MRC Grant & School Complex Grant Utilization Guidelines for 2014-15


 

Shedule for Certificate Verification ( EMCET-2014 )

DEE CET – 2014 ( General Merit List ) Released

 

Rc.999 Instructions on FAC to Mandal Educational Officer Posts

 

A.P. STATE BEST TEACHER AWARDS

Application -------- Guidelines ---------- Selecting Process

 

 

Medical Reimbursement to the Pensioners after bifurcation of the State of A.P.- Certain Guidelines - Issued

 

PAT TEST 2014 NOTIFICATION & APPLICATION

 

SCERT New Subjects Handbooks & Modules for SSC(10th Class)

S.No
Hand Book
Download Link
1
Telugu
2
Hindi
3
English
4
Mathematics
5
Biological Science
6
Physical Science
7
Social Studies

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rc. No.305/Dl/C&T/SCERT/2013 Dated: 01-07-2013 SCERT, A.P. Hyderabad

-Subject Wise Work Distribution of Classes to Teachers instead of Class wise Distribution and responsibilities- Curriculum implementation in Primary Schools and primary section of upper primary schools. How to allot Classes to Teachers in Primary Schools ?. Teachers should take up Subject Wise Classes instead of existing Class wise Work Distribution.

Rc.305-Subject Wise Work Distribution in Primary Schools Instead of Classwise Responsibilities


* If the teacher is absent due to CL / other kinds of leaves there will be no classes for that particular class.
* Teachers naturally are interested to teach particular subjects based on their expertise, qualifications and may not be equally competent to teach all the subjects effectively
* Change of teachers from period to period brings in new ways of dealing with the classes/ children depending upon the teacher.
* Continuity in terms of children progress subject wise need to be focused during the primary stage.
* Teacher absenteeism/ teachers on leave/ teachers on duty affects a class completely as there will be no teacher to teach any subject.

 

SUBJECT WISE PROPOSED DISTRIBUTION OF TEACHERS AT PRIMARY LEVEL

* Teacher selects the subject based on his / her interest and expertise.
* Capacity building of teacher with a focus on one or two subjects. So that he can teach the same subjects effectively for all classes.
* Training can be focused on one or Two subjects for more number of days for their capacity building instead of focusing on all the subjects in the limited period.
* Teachers can collect subject specific TLM in a focused way in their subject.
* Teachers can plan and take up remedial teaching to improve the basic competencies in their subjects.
* Therefore, it is proposed for adapting subject specific responsibilities to the teachers and the nature of distribution of subjects in a multigrade situation is suggested here under.

WORK DISTRIBUTION TABLE AMONG TEACHERS IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS/SECTIONS

Sl. No. No. of Teachers Subject Distribution
I Single teacher schools All subjects all classes
2 Two teacher schools Teacher l  - 2 subjects - Telugu and English  for classes  I to V
Teacher 2 - 2 subjects - Maths and EYS  for classes I to V
3 Three teacher schools T-I - I & 2 classes -
T-2 - 2 subjects - Telugu and English  for classes III to v
T-3 - 2 subjects - Maths and EVS for classes III to V (or)
Tl  - Language Telugu  for classes I to V
T2 - Maths for  classes I to V
T3 - English and EVS for classes  I  to V
4 Four teacher schools Tl - I & 2 classes T2 - Language Telugu  for 3,4.5classes
T2 - Maths for 3.4,5 classes
T3 - English and EYS tor all 3,4,5 classes
(or)
Each  teacher  should  take  one  subject  for all  classes   l
class I to V.

 

 

EAMCET - 2014 Marks & Results

 

Enhance Salary of MRC Staff w.e.f. 01-06-14, Rc.No.660 

 

Rc.1485 Instructions of Relieving of Transferred in 2013 bu not relieved


 

Examination Reforms for Class 9th & 10th from the academic year 2014-15 - Orders Released


 
G.O. Ms. No. 17, Dated: 14.05.2014 - SCHOOL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT – S.C.E.R.T, A.P, HYDERABAD – Examination Reforms for class IX and X from the academic year 2014-15 onwards – Permission Accorded - Orders - Download

 

D.A-GO.MS.NO 102 Dt:14-05-2014

– Dearness Allowance – Dearness Allowance to the State GovernmentEmployees from1stJanuary 2014– Sanctioned – Orders – Issued

D.A.(71.904%) Table download

 

AP  (SSC-2014) General Examination

Results

Grades : A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2, D1, D2, E

* Grade E

Not Qualified

* Grade WH

Result With Held for want of information

* Grade MP

Malpractice

* Grade CP

Compartmental Passed

* Grade AB

Absent for All Papers

 

 

AP (Intermediate) General Examination 2014

1st Year

2nd Year

 

ELECTION DUTY CERTIFICATE MODEL

 

GENERAL ELECTION REMUNERARTION TO P.O& OPOs

 

Instructions related E-Payments of Employees Salaries & all other Payments

 

* Memo No. 138/36/TFR/2014, Dated: 19/02/2014  - HRMS -  Online Submission of Bills and implementation of Electronic Payments for all transactions processed trhough Treasuries - Instructions - Download.

* Memo No.N1/10389/2012, Dated:23-01-2014 - T & A Dept – Implementation of electronic payments on pilot basis –  Certain instructions – Download.

* G.O.Ms.No. 48 , Dated: 19-02-2014  - SALARIES – Payments to the Employees through Banks – Payment of salaries and all other employee payments mandatorily “ONLINE” through Banks - Amendment Orders – Download.

 

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Health Cards G.O's -under Employees Health Scheme - G.O. Ms. No. 174_G.O. Ms. No. 175 & 176

* Health Cards -under Employees Health Scheme  - Online

* Health Scheme - Providing Cashless medical treatment to the State Government Employees,   Pensioners and their dependent family members-G.O. Ms. No. 174

* Operational Guidelines for Issue of Health Cards -under Employees Health Scheme-G.O. Ms. No. 175

* Notification and adoption of ‘Final Therapy Prices-G.O. Ms. No. 176

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D.A(Dearness Allowance) G.O.Ms.No.294 dt:26.10.2013 (63.344%)

 

D.A Table download (63.344%)

 

Subject wise work distribution in primary class (Rc 305 dt 1.8.13)