CRP: Cluster Reserve Mobile Teacher Order Communicated to DEO's


Present:: Sri K Bhaskar., IAS.,

Rc.No.ESE02-13/107/2023-EST3-CSE        Dated:25/07/2023

Sub:- School  Education  –  Est.III  – Creation of  Cluster  Reserve  Mobile Teacher   posts   and  providing  at  each   school   complex   level   as Resource pool to curb the absentee Teacher problem – Copy Communicated - Regarding.

Read:-G.O   Ms.No. 65  School  Education  (Services.II)  Department, dated:10.07.2023.


CRP: Cluster Reserve Mobile Teacher Order Communicated to DEO's

CRP: Cluster Reserve Mobile Teacher Order Communicated to DEO's

(copy) communicated.

The attention of  all the District Educational  Ofcers  in the State are invited  to the reference  read above, wherein  the Government have designated  the  CRTs as  Cluster  Mobile Reserve  Teacher  (CMRT)  and his primarily  work  will  be as substitute teachers in  all  the  single  teacher schools (9,602) wherever a teacher is absent. Each CMRT has to look  after 3-4 schools. They will be reporting to the MEOs.

Therefore,   all  the   District  Educational   Ofcers   in  the   State   are requested  to take further necessary action as per the instructions of  the Government.

Encl: As above.


Muvva Ramalingam

Joint director of School Education(Ser)

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The creation of Cluster Reserve Mobile Teacher (CRMT) posts is a potential solution to address the issue of absentee teachers in schools. By implementing this approach, each school complex would have a dedicated pool of teachers who can fill in for absent teachers, ensuring uninterrupted education for students.

The concept of CRMT involves designating certain teachers as mobile resources who can be deployed to different schools within a specific cluster. These teachers would be trained and equipped to handle various subjects and grade levels, allowing them to seamlessly step in when regular teachers are absent.

The primary goal of CRMT is to minimize disruptions in the learning process caused by teacher absences. By having a reserve pool of qualified and trained teachers available at each school complex level, schools can ensure that students continue to receive quality education even when their regular teacher is unavailable.

This approach not only addresses the problem of absenteeism but also promotes collaboration among schools within the cluster. It allows for efficient sharing of resources and expertise, ultimately benefiting both students and educators.

Implementing CRMT requires careful planning and coordination between educational authorities, school administrations, and teaching staff. Adequate training programs should be provided to CRMT teachers so that they are well-prepared to handle diverse classrooms and adapt to different teaching environments.

By creating Cluster Reserve Mobile Teacher posts, schools can effectively tackle the issue of absenteeism while maintaining continuity in education delivery. This innovative approach has the potential to significantly improve student outcomes by ensuring consistent access to quality teaching regardless of teacher availability.


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