NEP: Primary Schools Merging Revised Instructions Rc.151 Dt.14/12/201

School Education - Academic and Administrative reforms – Optimal utilization of infrastructural and human resources for higher learning outcomes among students – Certain revised guidelines - Issued.

The following comprehensive guidelines are issued for implementation of the proposed reforms for ensuring optimal utilization of infrastructural and human resources for higher learning outcomes among students.

a. As mapping of schools is completed, please revisit the mapping andupdate if necessary.

b. Teachers @ 1:30 shall be ensured for students of Classes 1 and 2 of such Primary Schools.

c. While redeploying teachers for foundational schools, junior most secondary grade teachers in total service shall be retained for teaching classes 1 & 2. Remaining teachers including qualifed LFL Headmaster and SGTs shall be redeployed to mapped high schools.

d. While considering the workload and timetable from classes 3 to 10, the staf pattern shall be One HM, One PET/SA(PEF along with 9 teachers (either SA, LFL HM or SGT).

e. The required staf shall be exercised for high school, based on the suggested staffing pattern and the additional sections if any and irrespective of medium.

f. The additional requirement of the staf to the high school shall be redeployed from the surplus staf on priority from the primary schools mapped, near by primary/upper primary/high schools, schools in same mandal, schools in nearby mandal and fnally any school from the district on work adjustment basis for the year 2021-22 only..

g. The headmaster of such high school is competent to utilize the human resources available as per their educational qualifcations duly following the subject weightages suggested in the academic calendar. Instructional periods of the respective subjects shall be allocated to the subject teachers / qualifed teachers only, rest of the periods such as remedial teaching, library, art/drawing etc., shall be
allocated to any teacher to fulfll their workload.

h. While mapping the schools, the schools in same compound may be considered as a composite school from classes 1 to 10 with due resolution of Parents Committee concerned.

i. If the accommodation is not sufficient to run classes from 3 to 10 in respective High Schools, the classes 3 to 5 shall function at the Primary School mapped and the teachers of High School including teachers deployed from primary schools shall take classes to the students of classes 3 to 5 at primary school and the Headmaster of high school shall administer and monitor accordingly.

NEP: Primary Schools Merging Revised Instructions Rc.151 Dt.14/12/201

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