Rc 25 AP Primary Schools Rationalization 2015 Guidelines, AP Teachers Rationalization

AP Primary Schools Rationalization 2015 Guidelines: Andhra Pradesh State Director of School Education(DSE AP) has issued the AP Primary Schools Rationalisation 2015 Guidelines and Certain instructions under the Rationalization of teachers /posts/schools through its office proceedings Rc.25. Here, this proceedings details and detailed guidelines for AP Primary Schools Rationalization 2015, Resource Redistribution of AP Primary Teacher Posts and AP Schools.

Proceedings. Rc.No. 25 /Estt-3/2015; Dated:06-06-2015
Subject: School Education – Resource Redistribution- Rationalization of teachers /posts/schools – Primary schools -instructions -issued -Regarding. 

All the Regional Joint Directors of School Education and the District Educational Officers and Project Officers, Sarva Siksha Abhiyan in the state are informed that, Government of India enacted the Right to Education Act 2009. As per section 25(1) of RTE Act 2009 envisages that the appropriate Government and the local authority shall ensure that the Pupil-Teacher Ratio, as specified in the Schedule, is maintained in each school.”

The School Education Department constituted a Working Group to study and report on the Teacher – Pupil Ratio and modalities for Resource Redistribution Rationalization (RR-R) of Schools and Teachers working in Primary (Govt./ZP/MP) in the State.

The Working Group examined
(a) the Aadhar Mapped U-DISE and Child Information Data
(b) children yet to be enrolled in new academic year
(c) No. of Schools
(d) No. of Teachers
(e) No. of Gram Panchayats
(f) Schools in each Gram Panchayat
(g) the scope of positive consolidation of the schools within the Gram Panchayat were the enrollment is less than 30 in each school
(h) availability of Schools within 1 Km radius in respect of Primary Schools, 3 KM radius in respect of Upper Primary Schools, 5 Kms radius in respect of High Schools/Success Schools,
(i) the scope for Resource Redistribution – Rationalization in terms of infrastructure and human resources etc.

The Working Group also took into consideration the performance of Andhra Pradesh in terms of Key Education Indicators. It also studied the key findings relating to the learning levels of students in Government schools in the State as per the National level Annual Status of Education Report 2014 (ASER) and State Level Achievement Survey 2014-15 (SLAS).

The Working Group noted that while the Teacher – Pupil Ratio (TPR) at the State and district level is higher than the national average, at the School level it needs to be improved. Further, it found that there are some schools with higher student strength vis- a-vis the sanctioned teaching posts and on the other hand some schools with uneconomic strength of students have more teachers.

The Working Group also noted that there are several Primary Schools within a radius of 1 Km with less than 30 enrollment and with more than 30 enrollment. The Working Group recommended that positive consolidation of such Schools and staff/posts in these schools may be done by pooling them to develop as a Model Primary Schools in the Gram Panchayat / Municipality.

Such Resource Redistribution – Rationalization help in making best use of the available resources – infrastructure, teachers, etc. It will make it possible for ensuing one Teacher for one Class and minimize multi grade teaching by single teacher which is resulting in poor learning levels.

In the above context the Working Group recommended the following norms for undertaking the positive consolidation and for developing a Adarsha Pradhamika Paatasala (Model Primary School) in every Gram Panchayat/Municipality.

District Wise Abstract of  AP Primary Teachers Rationalization as per Rc 25

Sl. No Dist.
Name  
GPs     No.of Schools Enrol ment No.of Teachers Available No.of Model Primary Schools proposed
1 Srikakulam 664 1772 50116 3456 664
2 Vizianagaram 522 1388 44807 3161 522
3Visakapatnam 641 1972 69837 4012 641
4 EeastGodavari 585 2403 110296 6242 585
5 WestGodavari 496 1738 71512 4229 496
6 Krishna 568 1542 57775 4051 568
7 Guntur 566 2197 97675 6047 566
8 Prakasam 559 1808 66497 4576 559
9 Nellore 695 2131 66053 4497 695
10 Chittoor 1015 3167 97290 5670 1015
11 Kadapa 615 2264 69166 5000 615
12 Anantapur 541 1837 65105 4000 541
13 Kurnool 280 1109 83998 3398 280
  Grand Total 7747 2532 8 950127 58339 7747
Sl. No Dist.
Name  
Teachers required Surplus Teacehrs require Surplus
1 Srikakulam 3320 136 2164 1292
2 Vizianagaram 2610 551 4060 899
3Visakapatnam 3205 807 2340 1672
4 EeastGodavari 2925 3317 2264 3978
5 WestGodavari 2480 1749 2460 1769
6 Krishna 2840 1211 2272 1779
7 Guntur 2830 3217 1120 4927
8 Prakasam 2795 1781 2780 1796
9 Nellore 3475 1022 2236 2261
10 Chittoor 5075 595 2656 3014
11 Kadapa 3075 1925 2564 2436
12 Anantapur 2705 1295 2088 1912
13 Kurnool 1400 1998 1984 1414
  Grand Total 38735 19604 30988 27351

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