TS School Academic Calendar 2022 Programmes, Activities, Exams Schedule for 2022-2023. Telangana Academic Calendar 2022-2023, TS Schools FA 1, FA 2, FA 3, FA 4 Exams Schedule, TS Schools SA 1, SA 2 Exams Schedule, TS Schools First term, Second term Holidays, month-wise working Days. TS Schools Academic Calendar for the year 2022-2023 and other programs, activities, Exam schedule for the next academic year have been developed by the SCERT Telangana.
In this Draft Academic Calendar 2022-2023, Main Activities Schedule, Next Academic year start date, Summer vacation, Schools Reopening date, Syllabus distribution, Examinations schedule, Term Holidays like First term holidays (Dasera), Christmas holidays for Christian minority schools, Second term holidays (Sankranthi) for Other than Christian minority schools, Summer vacation and Month-wise working days details are available.
These details are given here. The draft academic calendar for the year 2022-2023 has been developed and it is proposed for discussion for finalization of TS Schools Academic Calendar for this new year.
TS School Academic Calendar 2022
|Name of the calendar||Telangana School Academic Calendar 2022-23|
|Title||Download TS School Academic Calendar 2022-2023|
|Subject||TS SCERT released Telangana School Academic Calendar 2022-2023|
|School Academic Calendar||Telangana School Academic Calendar 2022-2023 (New)|
Class 1 to Class 10 reopen for students in Telangana Schools: The Telangana government decided to reopen schools for 1st class to 10th classes students from 13-06-2022. The state government has taken the Telangana School Reopening decision by considering the declining graph of coronavirus cases. Telangana School Reopening decision is in accordance with the guidelines and protocols issued by the state government. Schools must follow the COVID 19 related standard operating procedures thoroughly.
Telangana School Reopening SOPs should be followed
- Students must wear masks and sanitize their hands frequently.
- Physical distancing must be maintained inside the campus.
- Classrooms must be sanitized frequently.
- Parents’ consent letter must be submitted before attending the offline classes.
- Students with any COVID 19 symptoms will not be allowed to attend the classes.
- The state education minister, Sabitha Indra Reddy, said that Telangana School Reopening’s decision had been taken after taking consent from the CM.
Earlier, the Telangana government reopened the schools for Teachers from June 1st. The schools have reopened with proper COVID 19 guidelines and SOPs. Schools across the state have reopened from 13-06-2022 in a phased manner. The sequence of school reopening is in such a way that the higher classes are resuming first.
|TS School Summer Holidays 2022||Summer Holidays 2022|
|TS School Reopening||School Reopening Proceedings|
|Mid Day Meal Instructions||MDM Instructions|
|Class 6 to 8 Syllabus||70% Syllabus for 6 to 8 Classes|
|Guidelines for Opening of Schools||Schools Reopening Guidelines|
Telangana School Academic Calendar 2022-2023
Offline Classes from June 13, 2022: Online classes for school, students for the new academic year will commence on 13-06-2022 and Offline classes will be conducted from 13-06-2022. Education Department is awaiting guidelines from the central government on conducting offline classes. The government has decided to get the ball rolling on all academic activities online from next month.
Schedule of Activities 2022-2023
|Date of re-opening of schools||13-06-2022|
|The last working day for 2022-2023||24-04-2023|
|Total number of working days||230|
|Summer vacation||25-04-2023 to 11-06-2023|
Syllabus distribution: Syllabus distribution for this academic year, the syllabus for all subjects for class X shall be completed by 10.01.2023 and take revision classes and conduct pre-final exams before 28.02.2023. Syllabus for classes I to IX shall be completed by 28.02.2023. The revision and remedial teaching and preparation for SA 2 exam will be during the month of March 2023.
According to the new academic calendar,
- The Formative Assessment 1 (FA 1) should be done by 21-07-2022 and
- Formative Assessment 2 (FA 2) by 05-09-2022.
- The summative assessment 1 (SA1) will be done from 01-11-2022 to 07-11-2022.
- Formative Assessment 3 (FA 3) by 21-12-2022.
- Formative Assessment 4 (FA 4) by 31-01-2023 for 10th class and 28-02-2023 for 1st class to 9th class.
- The summative assessment 2 (SA2) will be done from 10-04-2023 to 17-04-2023.
- The Pre Final Exams will be done before 28-02-2023.
- The SSC Public Examinations will be conducted in Telangana in March/April, 2023.
|Assessment / Examinations||Date|
|Formative Assessment (FA 1 )||by 21-07-2022|
|Formative Assessment (FA 2 )||By 05-09-2022|
|Summative Assessment (SA1)||01-11-2022 to 07-11-2022|
|Formative Assessment 3 (FA 3)||by 21-12-2022.|
|Formative Assessment 4 (FA 4)||by 31-01-2023 for 10th class and |
by 28-02-2023 for 1st class to 9th class
|Summative Assessment (SA2)||10-04-2023 to 17-04-2023|
|Pre Final Exams||Before 28-02-2023|
|SSC Board Examinations||In March/April 2023|
Short Term Holidays
|Dasara Holidays||26-09-2022 to 09-10-2022 (14 days)|
|Christmas Holidays for Missionary Schools||22-12-2022 to 28-12-2022 (7 days)|
|Sankranthi Holidays other than Missionary Schools||13-01-2023 to 17-01-2022 (5 days)|
|Summer Holidays||25-04-2023 to 11-06-2023|
Science Exhibition / Seminar: INSPIRE, JNNSMEE and Science Seminar will be conducted in virtual mode only. Following is the tentative schedule for the Science exhibitions and seminars to be held at various levels:
(a) Science Exhibitions – JNSMEE (Jawaharlal Nehru National Science, Mathematics and Environment Exhibition)
|JNNSMEE (National Leve Exhibition 2021-22)||October 2022|
|DLSMEEs (District Level Exhibition 2022-23)||November / December 2022|
|SLSMEE (State Level Exhibition 2022-23)||December 2022|
|SISF (Southern India Science Fair 2022-23)||January / February 2023|
(b) Science Exhibitions – Inspire Wards Manak
|Online nominations||01-07-2022 to 30-09-2022|
|NLPEC 2020-21||July/August 2022|
|DLEPCs||September /October 2022|
|SLEPC||November / December 2022|
Rashtriya Avishkar Saptah: Rashtriya Avishkar Saptah to be observed in schools in the month of October (October being the month of Late Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam’s Birth Anniversary) as Rashtriya Avishkar Saptah. During this month the students of Upper Primary. Secondary and Higher Secondary Stages, across the state, will uniformly carry out a study involving experimentation as per the guidelines of NCERT.
Month wise Number of Working Days and Activities Programmes
|Month||No. of Working Days||Activities Schedule|
(13-06-2022 to 30-06-2022)
|Schools reopening: 12-06-2022 after summer vacation.|
Badi Bata Programme: 03.06.2022 to 30.06.2022 (16 days).
Class I – Implementation of Vidya Pravesh – School Preparation Module for 12 weeks (3 weeks in June + 4 weeks in July + 5 weeks in August).
Classes II to X – School Readiness followed by Bridge Course: 13.062022 to 21.07.2022
(01-07-2022 to 31-07-2022)
|Class I – Continuation of School Preparation Module for 12 weeks: 07.07.2022 to 31.07.2022 (4 weeks)|
Classes Il to X – Continuation of Bridge Course: Until 21.07.2022
FA 1/ Assessment on Bridge Course: By 21.07.2022 (33 working days).
Students’ performance shall be recorded in the Registers and by Records Cumulative 21.07.2022.
Teaching of current year syllabus: 22.07.2022 onwards.
(01-08-2022 to 31-08-2022)
|Class 1 – Continuation of School Preparation Module for 12 weeks: 01.08.2022 to 31.08.2022 (5 weeks)|
Conduct of School level competitions – Games, sports, literary works etc., on the eve of
15th August 2022.
(01-09-2022 to 30-09-2022)
|FA 2: 22.07.2022 to 05.09.2022 (33 working days)|
Students’ performance shall be recorded in the Registers and by Records Cumulative 05.09.2022.
Dassara vacation/ First Term 26.09.2022 to Holidays: 09.10.2022 (14 days)
|October 2022||18 (01-10-2022 to 31-10-2022)||Dassara vacation/ First Term 26.09.2022 to Holidays: 09.10.2022 14 days|
|November 2022||24 (01-11-2022 to 31-12-2022)||SA 1: 01.11.2022 to 07.11.2022 (After 100 working days).|
Answer scripts to children: 09.11.2022.
Recording results: 10.11.2022.
Parents meeting: 11.11.2022.
Cumulative Records to children: 11.11.2022.
|December 2022||25 (01-12-2022 to 31-112-2022)||FA3: 09.11.2022 to 21.12.2022 (After 35 working days).|
Students’ performance shall be recorded in the Registers and Cumulative Records: 21.12.2022.
Christmas vacation for Missionary Schools: 22.12.2022 to 28.12.2022 7 days
|January 2023||01-01-2023 to 31-01-2023||FA 4 (class X): 22.12.2022 to 31.01.2023 (29 working days).|
Students’ performance shall be recorded in the Registers and Cumulative Records: 31.01.2023.
Sankranthi vacation/ Second Term Holidays (other than Missionary’ Schools): 13.01.2023 to 17.01.2023 5days.
|February 2023||22 (01-02-2023 to 28-02-2023)||FA4 (classes 1 to 1>0: 22.12.2022 to 28.02.2023 for (51 working days).|
Students’ performance shall be recorded in the Registers and Cumulative Records: 28.02.2023.
Pre-final exams (class X): Before 28.02.2023.
Exams should be conducted during the morning session and preparation for the next exam under the supervision of the subject teacher during the afternoon session.
|March 2023||23 (01-03-2023 to 31-03-2023)||SSC exams during March, 2023.|
Revision and remedial teaching for classes I to IX and preparation for final exams SA2 .
|April 2023||15 (01-04-2023 to 24-04-2023)||SA2 for classes I to IX 10.04.2023 to 17.04.2023 (Working days till last working day 130)|
Answer scripts to children: 20.04.2023.
Recording results in Cumulative Records: 21.04.2023.
Declaration of results and parents meeting: 24.04.2023.
Last working day for the academic year 2022-23: 24.04.2023 (230 working days).
Summer vacation: 25.04.2023 to 11.06.2023
School Working Days
- Total number of working days: 230
- Physical mode (offline) from 13.06.2022 to 24.04.2023.
|Mode of Teaching||No of Working Days|
|Face to face mode (offline and online) from 13-09-2022 to 24-04-2023||230|
- High Schools: 09.30 AM to 04.45 PM. In case of twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad, the High School timings will be 08.45 AM to 04.00 pm.
- Upper Primary Schools: 09.00 AM to 04.15 pm and in twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad 08.45 AM to 04.00 pm.
- Primary Schools and Primary Section of Upper primary Schools (classes I to V): 09.00 AM to 04.00 PM and in twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad.
- The Primary Schools and Upper Primary Schools working in the High School campus shall follow the High School timings i.e., primary Schools from 09.30 AM to 04.15 PM with the 45 minutes lunch break and Upper primary Schools will be from 09.30 AM to 04.45 PM with 45 minutes lunch break.
The national games start from October onwards and all games at the state level have to be completed before 1st October, so as to send the selected State Teams to the National games. Following is the schedule for games and sports competitions at various levels. TS Schools New Academic Calendar Programmes.
|Event / Levels of games||Complete all events on or before the tentative dates given below|
|School Level||1st and 2nd week of August|
|Mandal Level Tournaments (within Mandal)||3rd week of August|
|Inter Mandal tournament cum district team selections||3rd week of August|
|District sports zone tournament cum selections (newly formed district represents previous district sports zone)||2nd week of September|
|State-level inter-district sports zones tournaments cum selections. (ten district sports zones will participate for Telangana state team selections)||3rd week of September|
to be completed before Dassara Vacation
(Shall be conducted at Hyderabad in collaboration with SAT support prior planning and selection of stadiums
Digital Lesson Transmission from SOFTNET: Digital lessons will be transmitted on all working days for all classes. The schedule of telecast will be communicated by Director SIET, Hyderabad. Note: The teacher has to discuss the topic to be transmitted for 5 mints and prepare children to view the program. The lesson will be transmitted for 20 to 25 mints. The teachers have to conduct discussions on the lesson transmitted for deeper understanding.
School Complex Meetings:
SMC MEETINGS: SMC meetings must be conducted during the first week of every month and minutes of the meetings must be recorded. The Headmaster must inform all the SMC Members and ensure their participation.
|Primary and Upper Primary / High Schools||No. of School Complex Meetings||Schedule|
|Primary School||6||1. July,|
|Upper Primary/High Schools||6||1. July,|
- Mass drill : Every Friday in the week
- Swachh School/ Haritha Haram : 4th Saturday in the month
- Bagless/ No Bag Day : 3rd Saturday in the month
- Bala Sabha : Conducted on No Bag Day
- Telangana Formation Day : 2nd June
- Sports Day : 29th August
- Teacher’s day : 5th September
- Telangana Bhasha Dinotsavam : 9th September
- Hindi Divas : 14th September
- Children’s Day : 14th November
- National Mathematics Day : 22nd December
- School Annual Day : December, 2022/ January, 2023
- National Girl Child Day : 24th January
- International Mother Language Day (‘Mathru Basha’ Dinotsavam) : 21st February
- National Science Day : 28th February
Communicative Skill in English: The Headmaster/ Principal shall allot One (1) period in a week for communicative skills in English for all classes (This may include News Paper Reading, Storytelling, Story book reading and drama / Skit etc. in English).
SMC Meeting: SMC meetings must be conducted during the first week of every month and minutes of the meetings must be recorded. The Headmaster must inform all the SMC Members and ensure their participation.
Implementation of Co-curricular activities/subjects:
Co-curricular subjects as a part of curriculum promote overall development of the children. The activities prescribed are creative in nature and value oriented and guide for development of proper citizenship. These activities shall be given due importance on par with the curricular subjects. The Headmaster Shali plan and allocate co- curricular subjects to the teachers based on their workload in their respective schools and see that all the co-curricular activities are implemented, assessed and recorded in the Cumulative Records. The ‘Health & Physical Education shall be dealt by the PETS/ PDs.
Apart from the above, integration of co-curricular subjects like art and health activities may also be included so that the children do not feel tired and stressed. Mental maths games, word anthyakshari etc. and music and dance activities may be conducted in the classroom linking with subject areas which keeps the children happy and stress-free besides being healthy.
The above timetable shall be followed for the implementation of co- curricular subjects in all the schools. Assessment of co-curricular subjects: Assessment of students shall be done in formal and informal ways. (a) Informal Assessment: Observation of behavior, Habits, Interpersonal Relationship etc. with the help of Check List / Observation Schedule / Rating Scale. (b) Formal Assessment: Slip test
Transaction of co-curricular activities in the allotted period. Detailed activity schedule shall be prepared to supplement the value and life skill education module. Activities and assessment shall be conducted in the prescribed period as per schedule, suggestive items for assessment also shall be given.
Children Health Profile
All the schools must take necessary steps for regular health checkup of the students with the help of local Primary Health Centre and take referral cases to the nearby Area Hospitals. The Health Cards have already been printed under Cumulative Records which need to be filled up and maintained properly. The health checkup of every child twice in a year is a must. The Headmasters must ensure and implement in coordination with PHC.
Students Attendance and Active Learning
As per the RTE Act-2009 and the rules there under, class-wise and subject-wise learning outcomes are defined. In order to achieve the desired learning outcomes, regular attendance of the students is a prerequisite. All the schools must take necessary action for attaining the target set by the Government in the academic year 2022-23 to achieve more than 90% of students’ attendance at any given point of time in every school.
Headmasters must involve the parents, SMCs, Mothers Committee, Self Help Group Members, local youth, NGOs to ensure that the students attend school regularly. The school authorities, other stakeholders and SMC Members should identify the children who are absent frequently to the school and make home visits and persuade their parents to send the children regularly to school.
TS Schools to run from June 13 to April 24: In a major change in the School Academic Calendar, schools will start on June 13 instead of June 1 every year. So, For this academic year, schools will commence from June 13. According to a new academic calendar formulated by the Directorate of School Education and approved by the State government, schools will have summer vacation from April 25 to Jun 11.
The change in the academic calendar has now paved the way for school students to take part in the State Formation celebrations on June 2. Earlier, the schools used to re-open on June 1 and not much activity used to be conducted on account of the State Formation Day.
The schools will have to complete the syllabus for Classes I to IX by February 29 next and revision, remedial teaching and preparation for Summative Assessment (SA) 2 exams will be held during March. The SA 2 examinations will be held as per the above mentioned time table. As per the calendar, the syllabus for Class X should be completed by January 10 and revision classes and pre-final examinations should be held before the commencement of SSC Public Exams.
School Academic Calendar was released by the Directorate of School Education for the academic year in State. These School Calendars will send to all Government Schools. School Academic Calendar activities would be followed in Primary, Upper Primary and High Schools in the State. This academic year admissions start from June 12th and also classes will start from June 12th in all Government Schools. Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) Process Method will continue in this academic year.
School Management Committee (SMC) Meetings will be conducted once every two months and that will be conducted in JUNE, AUGUST, OCTOBER, DECEMBER, FEBRUARY, and APRIL. School Complex Meetings will be conducted four times in this academic year and that will be conducted in July, October, December, and March.
In this academic year One Baseline test, four Formative tests and two Summative tests will be conducted in our schools. Dasara Holidays and Pongal Holidays dates are provided in this academic year. TS Schools Reopening on 12-06-2023: The government has given 14 days as a vacation for Dasara festival for all schools, Similarly, 7 days for Christmas holidays for missionary schools and Sankranti vacation will be for 5 days for other than missionary schools.
|Telangana School Calendar||Telangana School Academic Calendar 2021-2022|
|AAC Primary||Class 1 to 5th Alternative Academic Calendar 2021-22|
|AAC Upper Primary||Class 6 to 7th Alternative Academic Calendar 2021-22|
|AAC Secondary||Class 8 to 10th Alternative Academic Calendar 2021-22|
|AAC Guidelines||TS Alternative Academic Calendar Implementation Guidelines|
New Academic Year 2021-2022: Government of Telangana School Education Department has given proceedings with Memo No.3552 for introduce of new Academic Calendar for Classes 1st to 10th for the Academic Year 2021-2022. Recently Government has approved the Academic Calendar based on the proposal of the DSE Telangana. The Director of School Education, Telangana has requested to take necessary action in the above said matter and detailed guidelines have been issued on this.
The prevailing situations of COVID-19 has redefined the way of learning in the academic year from face-to-face mode to remote learning through TV, computers, mobile phones etc. The schools in the state of Telangana normally reopen every year on 12th of June but for the academic year 2021-22 schools have not reopened physically for the students.
SCERT has developed Alternative Academic Calendar (AAC) for Primary, Upper Primary and Secondary levels based on the Alternative Academic Calendar developed by NCERT and Worksheets for classes 2 to 10 in all subjects were developed and hosted on SCERT website. DSE Telangana has issued detailed Guidelines on online / offline instructions, roles of various stakeholders vide proceedings and responsibilities through Doordarshan and T SAT, and other digital platforms.
The present digital classes being conducted through Doordarshan and TSA T, and other digital platforms shall continue and a blended form of learning through both online and offline platforms, shall be made available to students.
- SCERT Telangana New School Syllabus for Class I to X
- TS SSC Pre Final Exams Time Table
- TS SSC Time Table
- TS SSC Model Question Papers
- Download School Academic Calendar 2021-2022
- Download School Academic Calendar 2020-2021
- TS Schools New Academic Calendar 2019-2020
- TS Schools New Academic Calendar 2018-2019
New Academic Year 2021-2022: The academic year started on the 01-07-2021 in the state of Telangana. Digital lessons are being made available to students from 01-07-2021. Worksheets were created in three languages for the practice of those lessons. All teachers are attending to duties. Plans are being drawn up for the content needed in the context of digital teaching.
Ongoing admissions process: The Department of Education has focused on student admissions in the wake of the start of the academic year. Students are identified by villages and admissions are finalized for them immediately.
Worksheets designed under the auspices of SCERT are provided from time to time to help students understand how well the lessons are understood after digital teaching. For the first time in the country, worksheets were created in Telugu, English and Urdu medium. They have also been uploaded on the SCERT website. These can be downloaded by anyone.
Digital Lessons: New lessons from the third week. Although digital lessons are being made available from day one, it has been decided to teach previous class lessons for the first two weeks. New lessons are taught only from the third week. In the meantime, teachers are preparing plans for digital teaching.
Even if students are not listening to digital classes for any reason, they are being made available through the T SAT app to listen to past lessons. Worksheets and digital classes are also available at scert.telangana.gov.in.
Alternative Academic Calendar from 13 to 16 Weeks
|Alternative Academic Calendar||Download AAC (Reduced Syllabus)|
|Primary AAC from 13 to 16 Weeks||Primary (Part I)|
|Upper Primary AAC from 13 to 16 Weeks||Upper Primary (Part I)|
|Secondary AAC from 13 to 16 Weeks||Secondary (Part I)|
Alternative Academic Calendar for 8 weeks (in Continuation of 4 weeks): Alternative Academic Calendar for 9th and 10th Classes. The school education department has released an alternative academic calendar for 9th and 10th classes for the current academic year. It covers the topics to be taught in the respective classes over the next eight weeks, subject wise. Corona mentions the role of parents as well as students and teachers in the background.
The school education department has already released the academic calendar for the first four weeks. Has recently issued orders releasing another eight-week calendar. Alternative Academic Calendar for 8 Weeks Primary: SCERT Telangana has released the 8 Weeks Alternative Academic Calendar for Primary Students Part II on its web Portal
|Alternative Academic Calendar||Download AAC (Reduced Syllabus)|
|Primary AAC for 8 weeks||Primary (Part II)|
|Upper Primary AAC for 8 weeks||Upper Primary (Part II)|
|Secondary AAC for 8 weeks||Secondary (Part II)|
Alternative Academic Calendar for Students
SCERT Telangana has released Alternative Academic Calendars for Primary, Upper Primary and Secondary Level Students. Download Alternative Academic Calendar for Students of Primary Classes I to V, Upper Primary Classes VI to VIII and Secondary Classes IX and X
|Primary||Class 1 to 5th Alternative Academic Calendar|
|Upper Primary||Class 6 to 8th Alternative Academic Calendar|
|Secondary||Class 9 to 10th Alternative Academic Calendar|
|Guidelines for Online Classes 2021-22||Get Details|
|TS Textbooks||SCERT Books|
|Sataka Padyalu||Sataka Parimalalu|
|Workbooks & Material||3Rs & LEP Material|
Students Attendance and Active Learning in Government School
- As per the RTE Act-2009 and the rules there under class-wise and subject-wise learning Outcomes are defined. In order to achieve the desired learning outcomes, regular attendance of the students is a prerequisite.
- All the schools must take necessary action for attaining the target set by the Government in the academic year to achieve more than 90% of student attendance at any given point of time in every school
- Headmasters must involve the parents, SMCs, Mothers Committee, Self He Group Members, local youth, NGOs to ensure that the students attend school regularly
- The school authorities, Attendance Committee Members and SMC Member should identify the children who are absent frequently to the school and ma home visits and persuade their parents to send the children regularly to school.