Academic and Administrative Reforms Implementation - Limiting the duties of the field functionaries to the School Education Department only Memo:1628508 Dt:18.02.22

School Education Flagship initiatives, Academic and Administrative Reforms Implementation - Limiting the duties of the field functionaries to the School Education Department only Instructions.Reg. 

From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Lr., Rc.No. Ref:

ESE02/90/2022-3D-EE-CSE, Dt. 29.01.2022.

All the District Collectors in the State are informed that the School Education Department is the largest department in the State vested with the responsibility of managing, regulating and monitoring the schools in the State. Primary and Secondary education in the State is imparted through 61390 Government, Aided and Private schools with an enrollment of 72,48,961 students and 2,90,662 teachers.

2. Government is now giving utmost importance to school education by: strengthening the existing infrastructure for all Government schools (under Nadu Nedu), by streamlining the Mid-Day meal program and revising the menu (under Jagananna Gorumudda), by taking up curricular reforms in consonance with the National Education Policy 2020 and also by setting up a regulatory and monitoring mechanism to streamline the functioning of schools. The Govt. is also supporting the mothers by providing financial assistance under Jagananna Ammavodi to send their children to schools and distributed teaching learning material to the students in the form of students' kits (Jagananna Vidya Kanuka) well before the reopening of schools. All these dedicated efforts are intended to bring in a radical transformation of school education with a long-term objective of preparing the students of Andhra Pradesh as global citizens with a bright future.

3. Government have issued orders for restructuring and relocating the existing Anganwadi Centers and existing non-residential schools run by State Govt., Mandal Parishad, Zilla Parishad, Municipal and Tribal welfare department schools into (1) Satellite Foundational Schools (PP1 & PP2), (il) Foundational Schools (PP1, PP2, Classes 1 & 2), (iii) Foundational School Plus (PP1, PP2 Classes 1 to 5), (iv) Pre High School (Classes 3 to 7/8), (v) High Schools (Classes 3 to 10) and (vi) High School Plus (Classes 3 to 12). These comprehensive academic and administrative reforms are implemented with the objective of optimum utilization of educational infrastructure and human resources to enhance the learning outcome among the children studying in government schools to make them future global citizens.

4. Direct day-to-day involvement of filed level officers of Education Department is essential for effective implementation of the flagship initiatives such as Jagananna Ammavodi, Jagananna Vidya Kanuka, Jagananna Gorumudda, Mana

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