Wednesday, 24 May 2017

Rationalization Norms Guidelines and Schedule Rc No. 4102 Dt. 24.05.17 Ap Teachers

Ap Teachers Rationalization Norms Guidelines and Schedule Rc No. 4102 Dt. 24.05.17

Rationalization Norms Guidelines and Schedule Rc No. 4102 Dt. 24.05.17
Rationalization Norms Guidelines and Schedule Rc No. 4102 Dt. 24.05.17
Sub:-School Education -Norms for Rationalization of Schools, Posts and Staff under various managements (viz.,) Government, Zilla Parishad, Mandal Parishad Schools -Communication of Government Orders -Instructions / Guidelines -Issued - Reg.
Read:-G.O.Ms.No.29 School Education (Ser.II) Department, Dated:22.05.2017.

                    A copy of the Government Orders cited above is herewith communicated to all the Regional Joint Directors of School Education and the District Educational Officers. Necessary action may be taken for implementation and completion of Rationalization exercise as per the time frame communicated hereunder.

 Rationalization  Schedule

  1.  Rationalization of Primary, Upper  Primary and High Schools / Posts / Staff ::  24.05.2017 to 29.05.2017
  2. Submission of preliminary details of  Primary, UP and High Schools, Posts, Staff rationalized/consolidated. ::  30.5.2017 
  3. Display of details of Primary, Upper Primary and High Schools / Posts / Staff :: 1.6.2017 

                    In this connection, the norms and guidelines appended to the G.O. should be followed without any deviation. Further, the following guidelines are issued to facilitate the exercise smoothly.

Rationalization Norms Guidelines As Per Rc No. 4102 

  1. 1) The school rationalization will be taken up based on the integrated U-DISE Data as on 31.12.2016.
  2. The required integrated U-DlSE Data will be provided to all the RJDSEs and DEOs from this office.
  3. After identifying for establishment of Aadharsha Pradhamika Paatasalas (Model Primary Schools) the DEOs should submit preliminary list of such schools to CSE by 30.5.2017
  4. The Final list shall be submitted duly countersigned by the Chairman of the District Rationalization Committee on 1.06.2017 for taking necessary action thereon.
  5. It should be kept in mind that the main objective of the rationalization/consolidation exercise is to provide teachers in schools where there is high enrollment and deficit teachers so as to improve quality of education. Hence, proper care and attention should be paid while arriving at the scope for consolidation of schools, keeping in view the exceptions indicated in the related GOs. No scope should be given for any complaints or injustice in the matter.
  6. The U. P. Schools having VI and VII Classes with enrollment of 60 and above can straight away be upgraded into a full-fledged High School from 2017-18 onwards by opening VIII class, subject to availability of required infrastructure facilities in the school and provided that there is no U.P / High School nearby the school within 3 KM radius.
  7. With regard Point Ill under Table-Ill-A of G.O.Ms.No.29 School Education (SER.II) Department, Dated 22.5.2017, relating to High Schools with enrollment slab crossing over and above 1200-1240 student enrollment, one additional school assistant post is to be provided for every 40 additional enrollment of students instead of 35 additional enrollment as per the order indicated in the Government Order.
  8. The school rationalization exercise shall be undertaken under the supervision of the Committee headed by the District Collector.
  9. The District Educational Officers shall draw the plan of action meticulously in the matter and shall monitor the process closely.
  10. Wherever Upper Primary/ High School is available within 3km radius from the exiting non-viable Upper Primary School, its Upper Primary classes shall be consolidated to such Upper Primary / High School 
  11. The Upper Primary School with <30 (VI and VII) and <40 (VI, VII and VIII) enrolment where there are no other Upper Primary / High School within 3 Km radius, such schools may be continued. 
  12. 1n respect of Success Schools with >=50 enrollment in English Medium, the staff pattern at V (a to d) shall be adopted
  13. During 2011 Rationalization exercise, due to shortage of Maths subject teachers posts, Physical Science teachers were posted for teaching Maths subject. Now, such posts should be treated as SA (Physical Science) in the current Rationalization exercise.
  14. The following support will be provided from PMU/IT Cell of this office.
  • PMU/IT Cell will share the UDISE data as on 31.12.2016 to all RJDs and DEOs.
  • Medium wise sanctioned and working posts of teachers will be provided to DEOs from PMU
  • A software tool will be provided for school consolidation in the logins of respective DEOs. This tool integrates the UDISE data of the school with the school coordinates and Panchayat GIS data provided by the DEOs earlier. This integration helps in drawing reports of schools which have potential for consolidation/ rationalization. Based on these reports, DEOs will get the field level verification done and identify schools that can or cannot be consolidated, based on the exceptions provided in the GOs.
  • A user manual will be provided for ready reference.
  • After field level verification of positive consolidation of schools, the signed copy of list of school should be uploaded on the defined web.
  • The Cadre strength of all schools should be updated in respective DEO logins by 30.5.2017
                   Further, all the Regional Joint Directors of School Education and the District Educational Officers in the State are requested to correspond with the following email 1.0 for any information / valid clarifications, if any, duly apprising of the same to the Joint Director (Services) of this office. and 

                                The Regional Joint Directors of School Education and District Educational Officers shall follow the instructions/ guidelines scrupulously. Any deviation of the given instructions/ guidelines, they will be personally held responsible in the matter. 
                        Receipt of these proceedings should be acknowledged. 
Commissioner of School Education 

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