Development of Physical Literacy and Sports Education: Master Training to the Physical Education Teachers(PETs) for Development of Physical Literacy and Sports education in AP Schools, CSE AP Instructions, CSE AP, Rc.518, Dt:4/2016: School Education – Physical Literacy & Sports – Developing Physical Literacy education across all schools in Andhra Pradesh-Master Training to the Physical Education Teachers – Instructions-issued – Regarding.
1. This office Proceedings Rc.No.518/PS-1/2016, date:l2-04-2016.
2. G.O.Ms.No.842, General Administration (Cabinet) Department, dt:18-04-2016.
3. Govt. Memo No.221941/Prog.II/Al/2016, date:27-04-2016
The attention of all the District Educational Officers in the State is invited to the reference read above and they are informed that.after discusions with the Special Chief Secretary Sports and Youth Affairs, Sri.Gopichand, Dronacharya Awardee and International Badminton Champion it is proposed
conduct a Master Training Programme to 600 PETs, identified from all the districts.
As a part of the programme 600 PET/ SA(PE)s from Government/ Local Body Schools from across the State will be identified and trained as Master Trainers. The Master Training programme to be delivered by experienced/expert trainers, including Canadian Sport4Life under guidance of International Physical Literacy Association, is proposed to be held from April 3rd to 9th May, 2016 at Sri Acharaya Nagarjuna University·Campus, Guntur district.
All the DEOs in the State are hereby instructed to coordinate with all concerned, covering all managements ·of Schools (Residential Schools of Education, Social Welfare, Tribal Welfare, Private Aided and Unaided Schools, etc.) and identify potential Master Trainers in each of their district including the PETs, selected for the symposium held at Nagarjuna University, Guntur during 12th – 19th March
The criteria to be adopted for selection of PETs/SA (PE)s for Master training program is already provided in this office proceedings 1st read above.
Further they are informed that Government in G.O.Ms.No.842, General Administrative (Cabinet) Department, dated,18-04-2016 has issued orders constituting the Group of Ministers (Cabinet Sub-Committee) with five Ministers for formulating and submitting a comprehensive policy on Physical Literacy and Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD) for AP State including implementation plan. The first meeting of the Cabinet Sub-Committee is scheduled for 02-05-2016 at Vijayawada.
In view of the above circumstances all the District Educational Officers in the .state are requested to select the required number of ‘Physical Education Teachers in their district as shown in annexure appended to these proceedings giving equal preference to all the educational divisions of the districts. The number of PETs/SA(PE) to be selected for Master Training shall be based on the number of schools in the Educational Division. The TA/·DA or remuneration to the participants will be provided as per rules in vogue.
The list of PETs/SA(PE) selected for Master Training along with their Mobile number and address in the proforma indicated below should be mailed made available to the undersigned by 5 PM
29-04-2016. The Master Trainees have to attend the program along with their salary certificate:
They are, further, requested to issue necessary instructions to the Deputy Educational Officers/ Manda! Educational Officers/ Head Masters, concerned, to relieve the PETs/SA(PE)s, identified for Master Training Programme immediately.
The PET/SA(PE)s so selected have to report the undersigned before 7.30 AM on 03-05-2016 at the place of training. If any Physical Education Teacher so identified fails to report in time he will not be permitted to undergo Master Training Program and will be penalized for that. The DEOs are, further, requested to ensure that required logistical support is provided to all the trainees.
All AP govt. schools to have sports infrastructure: The new sports and physical education policy being drafted by the Cabinet sub-committee consisting of Ministers of HRD, Sports, Health and Municipal Administration will make recommendations which include provision of basic infrastructure, quality education, compulsory exercise regimen, music and yoga in all government-run schools. There were 60,000 schools across the State and over the next two years, all the schools would have basic sports infrastructure including playgrounds, indoor stadia, sports kits, coaches etc.
Hinting at attractive incentives to the students who excel in sports. Special marks would be awarded to those who excel in sports competitions and preference would be given to sportspersons in jobs in the government sector.