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AP: Readiness programme in all schools in the State from 28.6.2022 to 4.7.2022 - Academic Year 2022


AP: Readiness programme in all schools in the State from 28.6.2022 to 4.7.2022 - Academic Year 2022


Rc.No.24/A&I/2022, Date:25/06/2022

New AY 2022-23 పాఠశాల సన్నథ్థత, Admissions జూన్ 28 నుండి July 5 వరకు చేయవలసిన కార్యక్రమాల షెడ్యూల్ & మార్గదర్శకాలు విడుదల.

Jun 29Parents committee మీటింగ్.

Jun 30 నుండి Feeder Schools కెళ్ళి Admissions.

ప్రతి రోజూ Admissions &TCల పంపిణీ.

Drinking water, Toilets, MDM Ready చేయాలి.

July 6PC కమిటీ మీటింగ్, JVK కిట్ల పంపిణీ.


Sub: - School Education- Academic year 2022-23 – Readiness programme in all schools in the State from 28.6.2022 to 4.7.2022 for the – Certain Instructions – Issued.


1. This office Proceedings Rc.No.24/A&I/2022 Dated: 11/05/2022 and 29.05.2022.

2. Academic Calendar 2022-23.

In continuation of the orders issued in the reference 1st read above, all the Regional Joint Directors of School Education and District Educational Officers in the State are informed that it is decided to re-open the Schools from 05.07.2022 instead of 04.07.2022 during the academic year 2022-23.

Further, they are requested to issue the following instructions to all Deputy Educational Officers, Mandal Educational Officers and Headmasters in the State to organise the School Readiness programme in all schools in the State during the period from 28-06-2022 to 5-07-2022.The Day wise activities from 28.06.2022 to 05.07.2022 are mentioned in Annexure-I.

a. School building and School campus:

• The school premises shall be cleaned viz., remove all the litter, dust, dry leaves, weeds etc. and keep the school premises clean and tidy.

• Clean dust and dry leaves on the top of the building to avoid rain water stagnation, otherwise building may be damaged during rainy season.

• In schools where Nadu Nedu works are going on, special care to be taken to keep all the building material secured in one corner/ specifed areas so that children's safety is not compromised.

b. Class rooms:

• All classrooms shall be washed and cleaned i.e., students benches, chairs, almaras etc.,

• Do not dump broken and unused material in class rooms as well as in school premises. Dispose them by getting proper resolutions from the School Development Committee.

• Old posters and calendars hanging on the walls shall be removed and new posters calendars will be displayed on the walls.

• Class rooms or corridors should not be used for storing old and unused material of any type.

c. Labs, Library and Sports:

• The shelves, almaras, books, tables, chairs and other materials in the school library shall be cleaned and arranged in a systemic manner.

• Plan to subscribe newspapers and magazines.

• Verify the available Lab material and prepare a plan for purchases and maintenance.

• Instruct concerned subject teachers to use the lab material at an optimum level.

• Verify whether the sports equipment is functional.

• Ensure that Play courts are repaired and made available for use.

d. Book Bank:

• Collect old books from students and maintain book bank in the school library. JVK will be distributed on the re-opening day itself. If any shortage is noticed, distribute those books from the book bank for immediate purpose.

e. JVK and text books

• JVK will be launched on the first day of reopening of school ( ie 5 th july). All material received shall be sorted out and made into kits for distribution to children. Ensure that all components in the the JVK kits are received at school point.

• The new text books received shall also be segregated class-wise and kept ready for distribution to children

f. Drinking water and Toilets:

• All washrooms, toilets, drinking water tanks etc to be properly cleaned duly following the SOPs already issued under Nadu-Nedu and TMF.

• Check the running water facility to toilets, Loose connections, Water leakage in pipes and taps and other minor repair shall be repaired.

• RO plants shall be checked and serviced through he agencies as per the SOP

g. Mid day Meals:

• Check whether the gas stoves used for mid day meal preparation are working properly and the utensils are cleaned properly.

h. Minor repairs:

• Minor repair shall be done particularly furniture, power supply, computer, Printer, public address systems, Digital infrastructure and keep them ready to use.

i. Admissions:

• Prepare list of school age population in the catchment area of the school, covering all villages and Hamlets and inform their parents to join them in the school as per the schedule. Care should be taken on dropouts and never enrolled. Take necessary action to get 100% enrollment and retention.

• Use the services of the Education Assistant in the Grama/ Ward  Sachivalayam for effective outreach to the community.

• Ensure full and active participation of the parent committees.

• Conduct rally and house to house visit in the hamlet and the catchment area for getting new admissions.

• Create awareness to parents on Government Schemes related to school education.

• Communicate school re-opening date to all parents and make a plan to conduct Parents meeting in the beginning of the academic year.

• Prepare admissions and withdrawal registers for students.

• Collect plants from the nearby nursery for Planting by the students and give adoption to the students.

• In the case of High schools where mapping of class 3 and above from nearby PS/ UPS are done, special arrangements have to be made to invite the new children in a befitting manner.

• Conduct School re-opening as a festival by inviting all parents.

j. Academics:

• Prepare Institution Plan in detail in coordination with parents and teachers.

• Instruct all teachers to submit their annual plan for the academic year 2022-23.

• Instruct all teachers to prepare Lesson Plans, Teaching Learning Material (TLM) and Teacher Dairy as per the syllabus mentioned in the Academic calendar. (Plans templates are mentioned in nnexure-2)

• Make use of available Digital Infrastructure.

• Prepare Class wise time tables duly maintaining subject weightages.

Further all the Regional Joint Directors of School Education and District Educational Officers in the State are instructed to see that the school readiness programme should be implemented without any deviation. All supervisory officers should extensively tour during this one week to conduct inspections and visit maximum number of schools in their jurisdiction.




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