PS UPS High Schools Staff Pattern for Rationalisation, The Committee is competent to rationalize the teaching staff in schools and amalgamation of schools as detailed in the Annexures under various managements i.e., Government, Zilla Parishad, Mandal Parishad Schools in the District based on the enrolment in the schools as per DISE 2013-14.
Surplus teachers identified shall be posted in the vacancies notified through counseling.
If two or more Primary and Upper Primary Schools are functioning in the same premises both/all the schools shall be amalgamated into a single Upper Primary School. If two or more Primary Schools are functioning in the same premises both/all the schools shall be amalgamated into a single Primary School.
Primary School (I to V Classes) Staff Pattern
|Enrolment Slab||Headmasters||No. of SGTs||Total|
|201 – 240||1||6||7|
|241 – 280||1||7||8|
|281 – 320||1||8||9|
|321 – 360||1||9||10|
|361 – 400||1||10||11|
NORMS FOR RATIONALIZATION:
a) The LFL HM posts to the Primary Schools having strength of 151 and above may be provided. The LFL HM posts having strength of 150 and below may be adjusted against the SGT posts in the Schools.
b) Schools without any enrolment can be merged to nearby school.
c) The Schools with 1-19 enrolment should be identified and merged with other Primary school within a walking distance of one KM of neighbourhood areas.
d) Posting on rationalization is subject to post(s) sanctioned for the school as per the above staff pattern.
e) In tribal areas, the schools without enrolment /with 1-19 enrolment can be merged with the nearby schools including schools under Tribal Welfare Department and posts shall be shifted to the respective managements and in case, when there is no tribal school in the nearby area, the school may be continued the enrolment is at least 15.
Upper Primary School (I to VIII Classes) Staff Pattern
- For I to V Classes of an Upper Primary School, same staff pattern as stated in Annexure – I (for a primary school) is to be followed. However the post of Head master of Primary School, if sanctioned already, shall be shifted to the needy Primary School when the school is upgraded into a Upper Primary School.
- For classes VI to VIII, additional subject teachers (posts) as per table given below are to be added according to enrollment for handling various curricular subjects, as given in the Table given below
|Enrolment slab VI to VI / VIII||S.A (Maths)/ Science||SA (Arts)||S.A(English)||LP-I||LP-2||Total|
|20 – 100||1||1||0||1||1||4|
|351 to 385||5||2||1||2||2||12|
(a) For I to V Classes in a Upper Primary School, same norms (staff pattern) of a Primary School given in Annexure I will be applicable for provision of SGTs.
(b) The senior most School Assistant in the Upper Primary School shall be Head Master of that school.
(c) School Asst. (Maths / Science) can be occupied by School Asst. (Maths) or School Asst. (PS) or School Asst. (BS) as per the subject post sanctioned for UPS.
(d) Time Table should be prepared as per the subjects studied by the Teacher in X class (SSC) / Inter / Degree and subject methodology in B. Ed / D. Ed / Language Pandit Training. Teacher cannot refuse to handle classes as per the Time Table so prepared.
(e) School Assistants / Language Pandits are supposed to handle their subjects specifically and other subjects in general for other classes including Primary Sections according to need.
(f) School with 1 to 19 enrolment in classes VI to VII / VIII should be identified and merged with other Upper Primary Schools within a distance of 3 kms of neighbourhood area.
(g) In respect of Tribal areas, enrolment 1 to 19 in classes VI to VII / VIII with less than 19 enrolment may be merged with other Upper Primary / High School classes within a neighbourhood area of 3 KMs.
(h) In respect of shifting of posts from one school to another school, the Committee shall get verified the strength physically in the class, before allotment of posts and teachers to the school against enrolment / additional sections. Staff pattern of a High School (VI to X Classes)
Classes VI to X :
a) The optimum strength of a class/ section is 40. The maximum strength of a class is 60. The second section of a class shall be formed, if the strength of class exceeds 60. Third section shall be formed if the strength of the class exceeds 100. Similarly 4th, 5th sections etc., shall be formed, when enrolment in a class exceeds 140 and 180 respectively.
b) In respect of shifting of posts from one school to another school, the committee shall get verified the strength physically in the class, before allotment of posts and teachers to the school against enrolment / additional sections.
c) If the additional sections are functioning in the ZP and Municipal Schools without the approval of the Regional Joint Director of School Education concerned, they should be regulated by obtaining the orders immediately.
Additional Sections required for parallel English Medium sections
|Enrolment in VI to X (Eng. Med)||S.A. (Maths)||S.A. (Phy. Sci)||S.A. (Bio. Sci)||S.A. (S.S.)||Total|
|Below 75||Non viable|
|75 to 220||1||1||1||1||4|
|221 to 250||2||1||1||2||6|
|261 to 300||2||1||2||2||7|
|301 to 340||2||1||2||2||7|
Where there are 2 or more media in a High School, with one medium as English, Teachers cannot refuse to handle English Medium classes when allotted in the Time Table.
For counting the teachers for parallel media High School Annexure III is to be followed for main medium enrolment and Annexure IV for English medium enrolment in general. However, for purpose of Language Teachers total enrolment slab of Annexure – III shall be taken into account for arriving at the requirement of teachers.
The following example will make the point clearExample: If a parallel media High School has two media enrolment as follows:
Telugu Medium enrolment : 200,
English Medium enrolment : 76,
Total Enrolment : 276
For Telugu Medium enrolment (200) Annexure – III is to be followed for counting posts, Teachers (SAs except English) and for English Medium enrolment (76), Annexure IV is to be followed for additional posts (SA-Maths, SA-Phy. Sci, SA-Bio. Sci and SA-SS) and for counting School Asst. English, other Language Teachers and Specialist Teachers total enrolment of the School (200 + 76= 276) is to be taken in to account against Annexure – III.
Though, for the sake of Rationalisation exercise School Assts. (Non-language subjects) are shown separately for English and Telugu Medium, all (8) teachers have to handle subject classes, whether English or Telugu medium according to Time Table prepared.
Parallel Medium High School – Minor medium Staff pattern i.e. Additional posts required (i.e. for Urdu / Hindi / Kannada / Marathi / Oriya / Tamil medium / media)
|Enrolment in VI to X||S.A. (Maths)||S.A. (Phy. Sci)||S.A. (Bio. Sci)||S.A. (S.S.)||Total|
|Up to 220||1||1||1||1||4|
|221 to 250||2||1||1||2||6|
|251 to 310||2||1||2||2||7|
|311 to 340||2||1||2||2||7|
|341 to 370||2||2||2||2||8|
|371 to 430||2||2||2||2||8|
For Example: If a High School (with Two Media) has enrolment in VI to X classes as follows:
Telugu Medium = 165
Urdu Medium = 56
For 165 Tel. Medium enrolment, Annexure III is to be followed for counting of posts / teachers, and for 56 Urdu Medium enrolment, Annexure – V is to be followed. For the purpose of counting language teachers posts (Like English, Telugu, Urdu etc), the number of teachers are to be counted as per total enrolment (165+56 = 221 against enrolment slab of Annexure – III).
Language Teachers and Specialist Teachers are common for both media (2 or more). Hence, these teachers cannot refuse to handle classes of different media if allotted in the time table. Norms for Schools Rationalization and Shifing of Surplus Posts