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Implementation of Academic and Administrative Reforms in the State – Certain Guidelines


Implementation of Academic and Administrative Reforms in the State – Certain Guidelines

విద్యాశాఖలో అకడెమిక్ మరియు అడ్మినిస్ట్రేషన్ లలో సమూల మార్పులు కోసం, లెసన్ ప్లాన్ ల రాసే విధానంలో మార్పులు, ఉపాధ్యాయుల, హెడ్ మాస్టర్ల, ఏంఈవోల బాధ్యతల పై పై ప్రొసీడింగ్స్ విడుదల. 

Rc.No. ESE02/290/2022-SCERT dated: 04/04/2022

Sub: School Education – Implementation of Academic and Administrative reforms in the State – Certain guidelines Issued.


1. G.O.Ms.No.13, Education (Rules), dated 08.01.1986.

2. The Andhra Pradesh Civil Services (Classification, Control, and Appeal) Rules, 1991.

3. G.O.Ms.No.54, Education (Ser V), dated 01.06.2000.

4. Academic Calendar 2021-22

5. Observations of the School Education higher officials during their visits to schools.

6. Govt. Memo. No. 1628508/Services-I/A1/2022-1 dated 18.02.2022. 

All the Regional Joint Directors of School Education and District Educational Officers in the state are aware that the government has undertaken several reforms in the school education sector for the bright future of the children studying in schools and for their transformation as global citizens.

2. The National Education Policy 2020 proposes the revision and revamping of all aspects of the education, including its regulation and governance, to create a new system that is aligned with the aspirational goals of 21st-century education including SDG4 (Quality Education), while building upon India’s traditions and value systems.

3. Andhra Pradesh government has initiated Mana Badi-Nadu Nedu to upgrade the infrastructure and create conducive learning environment in schools. Through Ammavodi, Jagananna Vidya Kanuka and Jagananna Gorumudda, government is ensuring all basic needs for education. Now it’s time to ensure adequate learning outcomes among the children through effective classroom transactions.

4. In the reference 5th cited, it has been observed by the state authorities and senior officers of the School Education department that some Headmasters and teachers are not following the minimum roles and responsibilities that have been defined in the reference 3rd cited and other duties assigned by the authorities from time to time.

5 It is an accepted fact that any reform in school education can be successfully implemented at the field level by the teachers only. Teachers are the direct facilitators who interact with the children and impart them knowledge.

6. Given the above circumstances, the following guidelines are issued for ensuring quality of education through adequate class-specific learning outcomes among the students.


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