Teachers Transfets Guidelines GO.187 Dt:10.12.22

School Education Ensuring of subject teachers in the High schools and required number of teachers in Foundational Schools, Foundational School Plus The Andhra Pradesh Teachers (Regulation of transfers) Guidelines, 2022 Orders - Issued.

G.O.MS.No. 187 Dated:10-12-2022. Read the following:

1) A.P Education Act, 1982 (Act 1 of 1982)

2) G.O.Ms.No.20, School Education (PE-Progs.1) Dept., Dt:03.03.2011. 3) G.O.Ms.No.53, School Education (Ser.II) Dept., Dt:12.10.2020.

4) G.O.Ms.No.54, School Education (Ser.11) Dept., Dt:12.10.2020.

5) G.O.Ms.No.59, School Education (Ser.II) Dept., Dt:24.11.2020. 

6) G.O.Rt.No.237, School Education (IE.A1) Dept., Dt:29.09.2021.

7) G.O.Ms.No.84, School Education (Prog.II) Dept., Dt:24.12.2021. 

8) G.O.Ms.No.85, School Education (Prog.II) Dept., Dt:24.12.2021. 

9) G.O.Rt.No.40, HM & FW (B1) Dept., Dt: 28.01.2022. 

10) G.O.Ms.No.116, Finance (HR.I-Pig. & Policy) Dept., Dt:07.06.2022. 

11) G.O.Ms.No.117, School Education (Ser.II) Dept., Dt:10.06.2022 

12) G.O.Ms.No.122, Finance (HR.I-PLG.&POLICY) Dept., Dt:16.06.2022 

13) G.O.Ms.No.128, School Education (Ser.II) Dept., Dt:13.07.2022

14) From the CSE, e-file No.ESE02-14/11/2022-EST4-CSE.


Government is committed to providing free and compulsory Elementary Education to every child in the age group of 6 to 14 years in the vicinity of his / her neighbourhood under the Right to Education (RTE) Act, 2009. In the last three (3) years, Govt. has initiated various flag ship programs to improve the school education value chain and provide excellent facilities in Government Schools with an objective of improving learning outcomes of children studying in government schools to make them future global citizens. The Government has revitalized the Mid-Day Meal (MDM) programme by providing nutritive, healthy and tastier food under Jagananna Gorumudda Scheme. Learning material for the students. such as textbooks, notebooks, workbooks, uniforms and other materials are being supplied at the beginning of the Academic Year under Jagananna Vidya Kanuka (JVK). In order to ensure that, poverty does not come in the way of children's education, annual financial assistance is being credited to the bank accounts of eligible unique mothers under

Jagananna Ammavodi. Improving the school infrastructure (ten components) through Mana Badi Nadu Nedu programme. With these programmes taken up in the last three years, there is an enormous increase in the enrolment of children in Government Schools.

2. The Government after elaborate discussion with multiple stake holders, interaction with experts at National and International level followed by field visits noted that, inadequate focus on pre schooling, saturation-thin spread of primary schools, wastage of human resources, running of primary schools from class 1 to 5 with one or two SGTS teaching 18 subjects, sub-optimum utilisation of infrastructure, schools with multiple media of instruction, rote learning methodology, lack of academic inspections, lack of monitoring and parental support for students in their learning are the main facts of poor learning outcomes. After thoroughly analyzing the present situation, the Government restructured the existing Anganwadi centers and non-residential schools run by State Government, Mandal Parishad, Zilla Parishad, Municipal and Tribal Welfare Departments schools into (i) Satellite Foundational School (PP1 & PP2); (ii) Foundational School (PP1, PP2, Class 1 &2); (iii) Foundational School Plus (PP1, PP2, Classes 1 to 5); (iv) Pre High School (Classes 3 to 7/8); (v) High School (Classes 3 to 10); (vi) High School Plus (Classes 3 to 12), for transforming educational infrastructure and to enhance the student dignity and to bring in comprehensive academic and administrative reforms with an objective of improving learning outcomes of children studying in government schools to make them future global citizens duly focusing on Foundational Literacy and Numeracy (FLN) and Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE). The new pattern of 5+3+3+4 is already implemented in the State in a phased manner.

3. Government has decided to strengthen the teaching and learning from classes 3 to 5 of High Schools by imparting education to the children by subject experts with B.Ed qualification and to bring the classes into the fold of high school education. Accordingly, the Government vide ref 11th & 13th read above has issued orders for re-apportionment of teaching staff by providing subject teachers for classes 3-5 which were mapped to the High School among various managements i.e., Government/Zilla Parishad/Mandal Praja Parishad Schools and required number of teachers in Foundational Schools, Foundational School Plus. For ensuring the subject teachers in mapped High Schools (Classes 3 10), there is a need of additional subject teachers (7,928). The Government have taken measures like promotions (SGTS to SA & SAS to HM (Gr.II)), conversions etc., to ensure the availability of subject teachers in the mapped High Schools.

4. Government is also sensitive to the fact that, whole transfer of teachers shouldn't impact the Academic Calendar, 2022-23 in Schools. Academic Calendar consists of two semesters. The first semester (midterm) i.e., Summative Assessment (SA-I) Examinations is scheduled from 2nd January to 10th January, 2023 for all classes. The Government is very closely monitoring the coverage of syllabus in all classes and instructions have been issued to the field level functionaries from time to time to ensure the timely completion of the syllabus. The Competent Authorities (i.e., Dy.EO/HM(Gr.II)) shall ensure that, all teachers who get transfer orders shall be relieved only after uploading of Summative Assessment (SA-1) Examinations marks in the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) Portal.

5. Government have decided to frame guidelines relating to the transfers in the exercise of the powers conferred by Section 78 and 99 of A.P. Education Act 1982 (Act 1 of 1982) and under Article 309 of the Constitution of India, in the super-session of all the earlier guidelines on the transfer of teachers in order to facilitate and to regulate the transfers of Headmasters (Gr-II) and teachers working in Government / Z.P.P /M.P.P Schools in A.P School Education Service and A.P School Education Subordinate Service.

6. Accordingly, the Commissioner of School Education, A.P vide ref 14th read above has furnished the proposals to permit him to take up the transfers of teachers for the Academic year, 2022 2023. Further, the CSE, A.P shall facilitate the process through the appropriate Information Technology (IT) module and he shall also take action to call for the applications for transfer of teachers through the online system and conduct Web counselling duly obtaining the options. The Schedule for Transfer Counselling of Headmasters (Gr.II), School Assistants, SGTS and Equivalent Cadres is given below

7. The C.S.E., A.P shall be the competent authority to sort out the difficulties/ issues of clarifications if any required, in this regard, for proper implementation of the above orders. Government is the competent authority to modify/amend the above guidelines if required. The Department of School Education in Government shall be the competent authority to effect the transfer of the teachers, if required, on administrative grounds, irrespective of the above guidelines/framework and schedule, during an academic calendar year. The work adjustment orders to shuffle the teachers shall be carried out by the Commissioner of School Education, during an academic calendar year to ensure proper and optimum utilization of services of the Headmasters (Gr.II) / Teachers working in the schools, wherever their services are required to achieve the better academic performance of the schools.

8. After careful consideration of the matter, the Government hereby makes the detailed guidelines at annexure, regulating the transfers of the categories of Headmasters (Gr.11), School Assistants and S.G.T.s and their equivalent categories in the A.P. School Education Service and A.P. School Education Subordinate Service working in the Government, Z.P.P. and MPP Schools in the State.

9. The Commissioner of School Education, A.P shall also take up transfers in Teacher Educational Institutions (TEIS). 10. The Tribal Welfare Department may also issue necessary guidelines in this regard. Separate guidelines will be issued for Municipal Administration Department by School Education in due course.

11. This order issues with the concurrence of Finance (HR-I) Dept., vide their U.O. No: HROPDPP(TRPO)/217/2022, (Computer No.1872156) Dated. 19.10.2022.


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