TS Schools Rationalization Norms 2021 for Primary, Upper Primary and High Schools

Government of Telangana has given the TS Schools Rationalization Norms 2021 for Primary Schools, Upper Primary Schools and High Schools. SGT posts in Primary / Primary Sections of Upper Primary Schools shall be shifted to other needy Primary/ Upper Primary Schools within the Mandal in the same management. If the posts are not required in the same Mandal, the posts shall be shifted to other nearby needy Mandals.

If the teacher transferred during the transfer counseling held in 2013 had opted for a vacancy and now the vacancy/post has been identified as surplus, such transfer orders should be canceled and he may be retained in the same place if the post is not identified as surplus   Norms for Schools Rationalization and Shifting of Surplus Posts.

TS Schools Rationalization Norms
Name of the NormsNorms for Telangana Schools Rationalization 2021
TitleDownload the Norms for Telangana Schools Rationalization 2021
SubjectGovt Of Telangana has given Guidelines for Telangana Schools Rationalization 2021
CategoryGuidelines
Official websitehttps://goir.telangana.gov.in/
Web Portalhttps://schooledu.telangana.gov.in/ISMS/
Schools RationalizationDownload Norms for Telangana Schools Rationalization 2021
Guidelines for Telangana School Rationalization

TS Schools Rationalization Norms 2021 for Primary, Upper Primary and High Schools

Schools with same medium of instruction and Management (Government/Zilla Parishad / Mandal Praja Parishad)

  • If two or more Primary Schools are functioning in the same premises both/all the schools shall be amalgamated into a single Primary School.
  • If two or more 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 High Schools are functioning in the same premises both/all the schools shall be amalgamated into a single High School.
  • 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 and High Schools are functioning in the same premises they shall be amalgamated in such a way, that only one Primary School and one High School shall function in the same premises.
  • If two or more Upper Primary Schools and High Schools are functioning in the same premises, then the Primary School of the Upper Primary School shall be separated as a Primary School with classes I to V and the Upper Primary sections of 6th and 7th class shall be amalgamated with High School. Therefore, there shall be one Primary School and one High School in the premises.
  • If Primary, Upper Primary and High School are functioning in the same premises, then the Primary sections of Upper Primary School shall be amalgamated with the primary school and the Upper Primary sections (Class VI VII) shall be amalgamated. with class VI and VII of the High School and on the whole two schools i.e. one Primary and one High School shall only function.
  • In case of two or more schools running in the same premises with different media of instruction / different Managements, then the schools with same medium Management shall be amalgamated such that there shall be schools with single medium/ Management only.
  • The Girls High Schools shall not be amalgamated with co education or High Schools.

Previous Norms for Rationalization of Schools

Schools with the same medium of instruction (Government/Zilla Parishad/Mandal Praja Parishad).

  1. If two or more Primary Schools are functioning in the same premises both/all the schools shall be amalgamated into a single Primary School.
  2. If two or more Upper Primary Schools are functioning in the same premises both/all the schools shall be amalgamated into a single Upper Primary School.
  3. If two or more High Schools are functioning in the same premises both/all the schools shall be amalgamated into a single High School.
  4. 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.
  5. If two or more Primary and High Schools are functioning in the same premises they shall be amalgamated in such a way, that only one Primary School and one High School shall function in the same premises.
  6. If two or more Upper Primary Schools and High Schools are functioning in the same premises, then the Primary School of the Upper Primary School shall be separated as a Primary School with classes I to V and the Upper Primary sections of 6th and 7th class shall be amalgamated with High School. Therefore there shall be one Primary School and one High School will function in the premises.
  7. If Primary, Upper Primary and High School are functioning in the same premises, then the Primary sections of Upper Primary School shall be amalgamated with the primary school and the Upper Primary sections (Class VI + VII) shall be amalgamated with class VI and VII of the High School and on the whole two schools i.e. one Primary and one High School shall only function.
  8. In case of two or more schools running in the same premises with different media of instruction then, the schools with same medium shall be amalgamated such that there shall be schools with single medium only.
  9. The Girls High Schools shall not be amalgamated with co-education or Boys High Schools.

Download the Norms for Rationalization File

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