TS RMSA School Annual Grants Utilization Guidelines, Instructions 2021-2022

TS RMSA School Annual Grants Utilization Guidelines, The Director Of School Education And Ex-Officio Project Director, RMSA, Telangana has given the RMSA Telangana School Annual Grants Utilization Guidelines to all the Headmaster & Chairmen, SMDCs of Secondary Schools in the State.

(through the DEO & & Ex-Officio District Project Coordinator, RMSA) and all the District Educational Officer & Ex-Officio District Project Coordinator, RMSA in the State for information and take further follow up action in the matter and Instructions have been issued for effective implementation of RMSA Programme in Telangana. These guidelines and instructions as follows

PROCEEDINGS OF THE DIRECTOR OF SCHOOL EDUCATION AND EX-OFFICIO PROJECT DIRECTOR, RMSA, TELANGANA, HYDERABAD.
Rc.No.5689/R1VISAJ2017 Dated: 29.07.2017

Sub: SE- RMSA – Telangana- Release of funds towards implementation of RMSA Programme in Telangana under the components of School Annual Grants and Minor Repairs at School level – Utilization of funds for the year 2017-18 – Reg.

Read
1. Minutes of the PAB Meeting held on 18-02-2016 at New Delhi for approval of AWP&B of RMSA for the year 2016-17 by the Government of India MHRD, New Delhi.
2. Lr.No.15-1/2016-RMSA-I, dated.04-03-2016 of the Under Secretary to GoI, MHRD Department, New Delhi.

All the Head Masters/ Principals & Chairmen of School Management Development Committees of identified Secondary Schools & all the District Educational Officer & Ex-Officio District Project Coordinators RMSA in the State are informed that GOI, MHRD, New Delhi have approved Annual School Grants to 5580 Secondary Schools in the State.

Therefore, the Director of School Education & Ex-Officio Project Director, RMSA, Telangana, Hyderabad is pleased to accord sanction and released an amount of Rs.27.90 Crores @ Rs. 50,000/- to every 5580 secondary schools in the State (list of schools enclosed) towards School Annual Grants.
Further, they are informed that GOI, MHRD, New Delhi have communicated a Framework for Implementation of RMSA Scheme.

Based on the Frame Work of chapter IV of 4.6 the following are the details of sanctioned components, Grant of amount and details for utilization of Grants relating to Physical infrastructure, School Annual Grants and Minor Repairs under Recurring Grants:

ComponentGrant amount
(in Rupees)
Details
School Annual Grants  
Repair/replacement of
Laboratory Equipment/Purchase of Lab   Consumable Articles / Computer lab and Repairs & Minor Repairs
20,000/-–  Social Lab or Kits for classes IX & X.
– Replacement and/or repairing of laboratory equipment
– Purchase of consumables/chemical etc.   + Upkeep of laboratories (i.e Laboratory
Furniture) – Any other activity relating to Science, Mathematics, Social, Computer lab
equipment or peripherals Such as
ROTs (Receive only Terminals), LCD Projectors, Speakers,
External Hard Disc, Wifi, LAN, etc..
Purchase of Books, Periodicals, News Papers, sports Equipments & Misc Expenses etc.7,500/-– Purchase of books with due reference to the lists of books recommended by the KVS (or)
– List recommended by the State Governments / SCERT (or)
– Textbooks and reference books for teachers
recommended by subject forums / SCERT.
– (or) as per the scheme formulated by Raja Ram Mohan Ray Library Foundation, the Nodal Agency of GOI, to support Public library Services and Systems.
Component
School Annual Grants
Grant amount
(in Rupees)
Details
Water & Electricity charges, Telephone charges, Internet Charges, Maintenance
of Toilets’, other related expenses & taxes.
22500/ Rs. , –Rs.2500/- per month shall be meet for 9 months.

Based on the above sanction of funds were released to all the Secondary Schools in the State under Recurring Grants for the year 2016-17 with instructions to utilize the Grant released by the School Management Development Committees constituted for implementation of CSS RMSA Scheme at school level in the State duly following the Terms & Conditions

Stipulated by GOI, MHRD, New Delhi which are communicated vide Letter.F.No.24.7/2011-12/DEK/E0I/60, dated.1-2-2013 of the Prof. & Head DEK, NCERT, New Delhi including the norms prescribed by GOI on School infrastructure, learning resources, teachers and others from Para 4.1 to 4.8 and from Para 8.3.1 to 8.3.7 on management structure at school level to strictly adhere to the instructions/norms.

Further, a list of Laboratory Equipments & Lab Consumables (Phy.Science, Bio.Science & Mathematics) as recommended by the Director, SCERT in his Letter. Sp1/01/Science/B3 /S CERT/2010, dated.15-03-2010 was already communicated to all the Secondary Schools in the State wherein they have been requested to instruct the concerned to purchase the needy and useful items for imparting Science Education to IX & X Class studying students in the School,

Subject to the condition that “so far as the schools not having proper/functional lab, while spending the funds released for purchase of lab consumables/ equipment and only such items may be purchased which are easily storable and would have required towards gradual building up of a proper lab”.

Furthermore, as per the “Catalogues obtained from KVS, NCERT, NBT, CBT, Telugu Academy and Telugu University” the Head Masters/ Principals/ SMDCs are recommended and suggest to procure the required Books, Periodicals, newspapers, School magazines etc. as per need basis mostly Titles, periodicals and catalogues recommended by Govt of India or State Govt from time to time.

Further, allocated amount for Water & Electricity charges, Internet Charges, Maintenance of Toilets’ should be met monthly to ensure that clean drinking water is supplied to the students and Toilets should also be maintained neatly and without giving any scope for deviation or complaint.
Further, these guidelines are applicable to the 2017-18 financial year.

Furthermore, all the Head Masters and Principals in the State are instructed to clear all the payments up to Rs.500/- by cash and payments over and above Rs.500- should be made through Cheque or ECs transfer and all the payments should be strictly made by taking resolution of the SMDC of concerned School and they are also informed that disciplinary action will be initiated if any deviation is noticed in this regard.

TS RMSA School Annual Grants Utilization Guidelines and Instructions RMSA School Annual Grants Guidelines 2015-2016
Proceedings Of The Director Of School Education And Ex-Officio Project Director, RMSA, Telangana, Hyderabad, Rc.No.359/RMSA/2013-2 Dated:04.11.2015,

Subject: SE- RMSA – Release of funds towards implementation of RMSA Programme in Telangana under the components of School Annual Grants and Minor Repairs at School level – Utilization of funds for the year 2015-16- Reg.

Reference:
1. Letter.F.No.34-2/2015 RMSA-1(GEN), Dt:01.06.2015 of Govt. of India.
2. Minutes of the 44th RMSA Meeting held on 01.05.2015 Dt:16.05.2014 of the Government of India MHRD, New Delhi.
3. Lr.No.1-18/2015 – RMSA.III, dated.22-9-2015 of the Joint Secretary to GoI, MHRD Department, New Delhi.

All the Head Masters/ Principals & Chairmen of School Management Development Committees of identified Secondary Schools & all the District Educational Officer & Ex-Officio District Project Coordinators in the State are informed that GOI, MHRD, New Delhi have sanctioned & released amounts vide references read above.

Wherein the Govt. of India had only released Rs.81.31 Crores out of total approval under RMSA Recurring Grants of Rs.215.64 Crores and the Govt. of India had further not released total Recurring grants under RMSA scheme.

Therefore, the Director of School Education & Ex-Officio Project Director, RMSA, Telangana, Hyderabad is pleased to accord sanction and released an amount of Rs.13.4225 Crores @ Rs. 50,000/- to every 5369 secondary schools in the State (list of schools enclosed) towards School Annual Grants as a First instalment.

Further, they are informed that GOI, MHRD, New Delhi have communicated a Framework for Implementation of RMSA Scheme. Based on the Frame Work of chapter IV of 4.6 the following are the details of sanctioned components, Grant of amount and details for utilization of Grants relating to Physical infrastructure, School Annual Grants and Minor Repairs under Recurring Grants:

TS RMSA School Annual Grants Utilization Guidelines

ComponentGrant amount
(in Rupees)
Details
School Annual Grants  
Repair/ replacement of Laboratory Equipments/ Purchase of Lab Consumable Articles/ Computer lab and Repairs & Minor Repairs
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20,000/-1. Science Lab for classes IX & X.
2. Replacement and/or repairing of laboratory equipment
3. Purchase of consumables/chemical etc.
4. Upkeep of laboratories (i.e Laboratory
Furniture)TeachersBadi.In
5. Any other activity relating to Science, Mathematics and Computer lab.
Purchase of Books, Periodicals, News Papers, sports Equipment & Misc Expenses etc.
7,500/-1. Purchase of books with due reference to the lists of books recommended by the KVS (or)
2. List recommended by the State Governments (or)TeachersBadi.In
3. Textbooks and reference books for teachers should also be included. (or)
4. as per the scheme formulated by Raja Ram Mohan Ray Library Foundation, the Nodal Agency of GOI, to support Public library Services and Systems.
Water & Electricity charges, Telephone charges, Internet Charges, Maintenance of Toilets’, other rates & taxes.
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Rs.22,500/-Rs.2500/- per month shall be meet for 9 months.

Based on the above sanction of funds were released to all the Secondary Schools in the State under Recurring Grants for the year 2015-16 with instructions to utilize the Grant released by the School Management Development Committees constituted for implementation of CSS RMSA Scheme at the school level

In the State duly following the Terms & Conditions stipulated by GOI, MHRD, New Delhi which are communicated vide Letter.F.No.24.7/2011-12/DEKJEOI/60, dated.1-2-2013 of the Prof. & Head DEK, NCERT, New Delhi including the norms prescribed by GOI on School infrastructure, learning resources, teachers and others from Para 4.1 to 4.8 and from Para 8.3.1 to 8.3.7 on management structure at school level to strictly adhere to the instructions/norms.  

Further, a list of Laboratory Equipments & Lab Consumables (Phy.Science, Bio.Science & Mathematics) as recommended by the Director, SCERT in his Letter.Sp1 /01/ Science /B3/ SCERT /2010, dated.15-03-2010 was already communicated to all the Secondary Schools in the State wherein they have been requested to instruct the concerned to purchase the needy and useful items for imparting Science Education to IX & X Class studying students in the School,

Subject to the condition that “so far as the schools not having proper/functional lab, while spending the funds released for purchase of lab consumables/ equipment and only such items may be purchased which are easily storable and would assist towards gradual building up of a proper lab”.  

Furthermore, as per the “Catalogues obtained from KVS, NCERT, NBT, CBT, Telugu Academy and Telugu University” the Head Masters/SMDCs are recommended and suggest to procure the required Books, Periodicals, newspapers etc. as per need base from the undermentioned Titles, periodicals and catalogues.  

Further, allocated amount for Water & Electricity charges, Internet Charges, Maintenance of Toilets’ should be meet monthly to ensure that clean drinking water shall be supplied to the students and Toilets should also be maintained neatly without fail. Further, these guidelines are applicable for both 2014-15 and 2015-16 financial year.

RMSA Telangana School Annual Grants Utilization Guidelines

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