TS High School Academic Calendar 2021-2022 or TS High School Alternative Academic Calendar 2021-2021 download from here. SCERT Telangana has prepared the 2021-2022 Alternative Academic Calendar for Secondary Level. Teachers, Students and Parents can download the High School AAC from the given link.
It is for the second consecutive year that the State of Telangana, along with the other states in India is struggling through the unprecedented worldwide Covid-19 crisis. Its impact on the regular educational system forced us to continue alternative methods of imparting education where students will be benefitted within the safety of staying in homes.
Following the Covid Response Action Plan provided by Ministry of Education, Government of India, the Department of Education, Telangana has designed the present Alternative Academic Calendar keeping the needs of the students of Telangana in view. A 4 week level wise bridge course is being initiated for mitigating the learning loss.
Education Minister hope the teachers will follow this Alternative Academic Calendar and use various social networking platforms to transact the level wise bridge course and class wise teaching to help students continue the studies with a good foundation in topics and learning outcomes prescribed for that class. Minister congratulate SCERT, Telangana, for their efforts in preparing this Alternative Academic Calendar.
TS High School Alternative Academic Calendar 2021-2022
|AAC 2021-2022 for High School||Download|
|AAC Secondary||Class 8 to 10th Alternative Academic Calendar 2021-22|
|AAC Guidelines||TS Alternative Academic Calendar Implementation Guidelines|
|Name of the calendar||AAC for High School 2021-22|
|Title||Download TS High School Academic Calendar 2021-2022|
|Subject||Telangana SCERT released TS High School Alternative Academic Calendar 2021-2022|
|School Academic Calendar||TS School Academic Calendar 2021-22|
Telangana High School Alternative Academic Calendar along with 4 weeks Bridge Course to mitigate the learning loss among the students is developed by SCERT Telangana
[A] Bridge Course (1 to 4 weeks)
a. Level 3 (Class 8 to 9)
b. Level 4 (Class 10)
[B] Class-wise Teaching (5 to 8 weeks)
a. Remedial teaching of previous class (5 to 6 weeks)
b. Teaching of current year syllabus (7 to 8 weeks)
TS School Timings, PS, UPS, High School Timings, TS Schools New Academic calendar implementation guidelines, Curriculum implementation instructions, SA1 and SA2 Exams, Progress records, Remedial Teaching details are given here.
SCERT, Telangana, Hyderabad released Academic Calendar and guidelines on other academic issues. All the RJDSEs, DEOs and POs of SSA in the State are hereby informed that vide ref. 2 cited the academic calendar vide ref. 1 cited have been communicated to all the DEOs in the State with instructions to communicate the same to the HMs of Primary, Upper Primary, and High Schools under both Government and Private Management
Academic calendar implementation guidelines: Following are the further instructions for the effective implementation of the academic calendar.
School timings: The school timings for both Primary and Upper Primary/ High Schools are given hereunder.
A. Primary Schools: 7 hours per day including lunch break and short term intervals from 09.00 AM to 04.00 PM with a lunch break from 12.10 PM to 01.10 PM with eight (8) periods. The first period will be 45 minutes and the rest of the periods are 40 minutes duration. 10 minutes each for short term interval during the morning and afternoon sessions.
B. Upper Primary Schools: 7 hours and 15 minutes per day including lunch break and short term intervals.09.00 AM to 04.15 PM with a lunch break from 12.10 PM to 12.55 PM with eight (8) periods. All the periods are 40 minutes duration except for the first period. The 3rd period is for co-curricular activities for a time period of 70 minutes that is 35+35 minutes for co-curricular activities/ subject transactions. 10 minutes each for short term interval during the morning and afternoon sessions.
C. High Schools: 7 hours and 15 minutes per day including lunch break and short term intervals. 09.30 AM to 04.45 PM. The first bell at 09.30 AM, second bell at 09.35 AM and School Assembly is from 09.35 to 09.50 AM. The lunch break is from 01.00 PM to 01.45 PM with eight (8) periods. The periods i.e. the first 6 periods will be for 45 and the last 2 periods will be of 40 minutes each duration. 10 minutes each for sh011 term interval during morning and afternoon sessions.
D. GHMC located Schools: The total school hours i.e. 7 hours for Primary and 7.15 hours for Upper Primary and High Schools. The Primary School timings are from 08.45 AM to 03 .45 PM with a lunch break of one hour. The Upper Primary and High School timings are from 08.45 AM to 04.00 PM with 45 minutes of lunch break.
Subject-wise allotment of periods for Primary, Upper Primary, and High Schools will be as per the schedule followed during the academic year 2015-16.
SA1 and SA2 Exams: After the conduct of SA1 and SA2 examinations, the teachers shall value the answer scripts and give it to the children and complete all related Records and Registers. The Answer scripts must be sent to the parents after SA 1 and SA2 for their verification. The Headmasters are requested to conduct parents’ meetings after SA 1 and SA2 examinations and discuss the performance of the children. The Cumulative Records must be completed and sent to the parents twice in a year i.e. after SA1 and SA2 examinations.
Progress Cards: Parents meeting may be convened and results may be discussed, declared and Progress Cards (Cumulative Records) shall be issued to all the children on 20th March.
The syllabus for the next academic year shall be commenced from 21st March 2017 onwards and the syllabus distributions have been shown in the academic calendar for the months of March and April. The Headmasters may be requested to collect the books from the children and maintain a book bank as was done by some of the DEOs during the academic year.
Some assignments and homework to the children during summer vacation may be given so that their studies will be continued without a break. The assignments under Formative Assessment-I may be given to the children to perform during summer vacation.
Curriculum Implementation: Academic monitoring of schools to ensure effective implementation of curriculum and achieving the expected learning outcomes. 1. The DEOs shall plan for and ensure strong and effective academic monitoring of schools to ensure effective implementation of curriculum and CCE and ensure children learning achievement.
2. The Dy.EOs may be supported with an expert group of subject-specific Head Masters and SRGs/ DRGs as a panel. The panel inspection of High Schools shall be taken up once in a quarter,
3. The performance of schools against the standards as benchmarked may be taken up in the form of self-appraisals followed by external appraisals by the panel. The performance data of the schools shall be put on-line for generating the reports.
4. Similarly, a group with MEO with DRGs and other expert teachers to monitor the Primary Schools. (Detailed standard operating procedures on academic monitoring in schools will be communicated)
5. The State Level Monitoring Teams will be drafted to the Districts on a quarterly basis to observe the functional aspects of schools and implementation of textbooks, CCE procedures, utilization of available resources, etc.
6. Sports : Two indoor and two outdoor games shall be promoted in each school. The periods allotted for health and physical education may be used.
7. Vocational Courses: The focus must be on practical training and tie-up with nearby industries. Special classes on Saturdays and Sundays with a focus on practical. The Principal I HMs are requested to take up a demand survey for establishing vocational courses.
8. Book readings and Library reference may be promoted duly using the periods in absence of subject teachers i.e., teachers on casual leaves, etc.,
9. Bala Sabha: Bala Sabha may be conducted in every school once in a month on any Saturday evening periods encouraging children to participate in the Art and. Cultural activities as given in the academic calendar.
10. All types of School Grants and procedures for utilization: The following are the procedures for the utilization of grants released to schools under various schemes and as well as donations received.
The required items to be purchased i.e., Library books, lab equipment, craft material, electrical items, sports items, sanitation items, TLM in all the subjects, computer peripherals, etc., must be discussed in a meeting with HM, teachers, SMC members and pass resolutions for purchasing in the required items and record in the minutes book with signatures.
Purchase committee: A purchase committee may be constituted in the meeting with two teachers and two students of class X (1 boy and 1 girl) the purchase committee shall procure the required material as per the resolution.
Stock and issue register: All the procured items must be entered in the stock registers and issues must be recorded.
Annual stock verification: Every Head Master must constitute a committee for the annual stock verification of the stocks I materials as per the stock and issue register in the month of March every year and certify.
Remedial teaching: Remedial teaching to address the children backward in basic competencies of reading, writing, and arithmetic- steps for implementation:
1. Conducting baseline study: The performance of the children in the basic competencies of reading, writing, and arithmetic along with subject-specific basic concepts may be assessed for each student at the beginning of the academic year and record the performance. This gives an idea of the conduct of remedial teaching to the children backward in basic competencies.
2. Responsibility: School Headmasters are responsible for the conduct of baseline study and implementation of remedial teaching. This is whole-school activity and HM should involve all teachers in this program.
3. Remedial programme: Plan for the remedial programme to ensure all children attain basic competencies of reading, writing, and arithmetic so as to enable the children to participate in the teaching-learning process and involve in self-learning.
4. Targets for achievement and time frame: A target is fixed that there shall be no students without basic competencies of reading, writing and arithmetic pertaining to class II to V and VI to X by so” September 2016.
5. Strategy for undertaking remedial teaching: It is up to the Head Masters and their staff to discuss and finalize a strategy to achieve the expected competencies of basic literacy and numeracy. The existing primary textbooks and activities that are given in them may be used it is insulting to have children without reading and writing even after schooling of 4 to 8 years in our schools. The State monitoring teams shall observe the efforts of Head Master and teachers in planning and addressing the basic competencies among students and progress therein.
Therefore, the RJDSEs, DEOs, and POs of SSA are requested to read the above instructions carefully and discuss the above instructions with Dy.EOs, ·DIET staff, MEOs, and plan for programs for effective implementation of curriculum and improve the learning achievement of the children. The DEOs and POs are requested to furnish an action plan on the above issues to the Director of School Education by June without fail.
The State Level team shall review the initiation of the DEOs and POs in planning and implementation of the above issues during the team visits. The Director, SCERT shall monitor the academic issues as above and progress and furnish a report on a quarterly basis to the Director of School Education undersigned. The Project Officers and Sectoral Officers of SSA are requested to monitor the Elementary Schools and review with MEOs.
The academic calendars for Primary/ Upper Primary and High Schools are being printed and will be provided to the schools under Government management. Further, the academic calendar will be provided for the schools under private management on cost.
All the RJDSEs, DEOs and POs of SSA are requested to focus on academic issues and monitor the schools for effective implementation of curriculum and CCE and furnish their reports to the DSE on a monthly basis.