Saturday, 15 December 2018

PHETHAI Cyclone in Bay of Bengal - Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) relating to Safety measures and food arrangements to be made at schools located in areas anticipated to be effected by disaster due to deep depression in Bay of Bangal Precautionary measures. Rc.No.793, Dated:14-12-2018.



PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMMISSIONER OF THE SCHOOL EDUCATION ANDHRA PRADESH, AMARAVATI
  
Present: K.Sandhyarani, , I.Po.S


Rc.No.793/A&I/2018                     Dated:14-12-2018








Sub:- School Education - PHETHAI Cyclone in Bay of Bengal – Coastal Districts will be affected by the Cyclone – Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) relating to Safety measures and food arrangements to be made at schools located in areas anticipated to be effected by disaster due to deep depression in Bay of Bangal Precautionary measures - Certain instructions -Issued.

Read:- 1. Teleconference/s of Hon'ble Chief Minister India Meteorological Department Bulletin, dated:13-12-2018 Observations at fieldlevel.


***

    The attention of the Regional Joint Director of School Education, Kakinada & Guntur / District Educational Officers of the Coastal Districts especially DEO, East Godavari, West Godavari, Krishna & Guntur and Project Officers, SSA, Coastal Districts is drawn to the above references. You are aware that the current PHETHAI Cyclone in the Bay of Bengal which is at present located at 1210 KM South East of Machilipatnam, Andhra Pradesh.

    As directed by the Hon'ble Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh there is an immediate and dire need to take pre-cautionary measures for the safety of the people especially school children. Urgent action may be taken on priority basis on the following issues –


STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURE FOR SCHOOL SAFETY:

1. The District and Mandal School Education Team shall function under the leadership of the District Collector and the District Disaster Management Team.

2. A Mandal Team should be constituted comprising of the concerned Dy.E.O, MEO and one Senior Head Master in the Mandal to observe the disaster situation from time to time be it Cyclone, Heavy Rainfall, Floods, Heatwave, etc. Necessary instructions should be issued to the school Head Masters to ensure safety of thestudents.

3. All students should be shifted to the safest Pucca Buildings in the schools before affecting the Cyclone in the concernedareas.

4. Do not conduct any classes in dilapidated buildings, where heavy rainfall in their respective districts due to effect of theCyclone.

5. Safe Drinking water should be provided to allstudents.

6. Necessary medical kits should be kept ready in the schools in consultation with the Medical & HealthDepartment.

7. Hot and hygienic food is to be served to thestudents

8. Maximum precautionary measures are to be taken for protecting plants and trees, which are located in the School Premises, and children from potential falling of big trees and resultantdamage.

9. PO, SSA, shall ensure that 4-wheel vehicles are to be arranged to each of the Mandal teams in Cyclone affected areas in their respective districts in coordination with the district administration for overseeing the safety of the children andschools.

10. Ensure that the children are aware of areas, where water has receded and school buildings are in dilapidated condition. 11.Extend full cooperation to the District Administration for preparation and serving of Mid Day Meals in the school premises to disaster affected people through school Mid-day-MealKitchens.

    All the concerned School Education officers and staff are instructed to follow the attached Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) and take necessary action for ensuring School Safety & Disaster Management and provision of Mid Day (and night meals, if any) as required and directed by the District Relief administration.

    Action shall be taken to utilise the regular Assembly session or by convening a special Assembly session to read out and communicate the Standard Operating Procedure to all the Teachers and Students.


SCHOOL SFAFETY & DISASTER MANAGEMENT STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURE


I.  GENERAL SCHOOL SFAFETY 

Pre DisasterPhase:

1. Creating awareness on the disaster among students, teachers, SMC/ SMDC members.

2. Disseminating the control room numbers declared by theauthorities

3. Avoiding the conduct of classes in the class rooms which are in poor / dilapidated condition and in open area under thetrees.

4. Declaring holidays to schools according to the localconditions.

5. Keeping close contact with the Districtadministrations

6. Providing alternate accommodation to conduct theclasses

7. Vacating the school building which are in poor / dilapidatedcondition.

8. Removing the trees which are in poor condition and about to fall in the premises of the school

9. Keeping the school generator, if any, in good workingcondition

10. Relocating computers, projectors and laptops, lab equipment tosafer places / buildings /rooms.


During the Disaster:

1. To ensure that all the Educational institutions closed during the disaster.

2. To allot the school building which are in good conditions asrelief shelters.

3. To keep in close touch with the relief officer allotted to thatparticular area.

4. Utilizing the services of the NCC, NSS and Scouts & Guidesteam under proper supervision.

5. Seeking support from the State Disaster Relief Force(SDRF)/National Disaster Relief Force (NDRF)/Fire Department/Army basedteams

6. Reporting the situation to theauthorities.

7. Providing hot meal to the disaster affected people in a safe and comfortable area duly utilizing the food grains allocated to the MidDay Meal programme and additional food grains obtained from the concerned Revenue authorities and civil suppliesdepartment.

8. Seeking the support from Medical Department to provide first aidto the refugees.

9. Alerting the members of School Management Committees(SMCs)/
School Management Development Committees (SMDCs) for taking
necessary and immediate steps to control the damage in respect of school buildings / premises.

10. Switching off all the electricity connections in theschool.


Post Disaster

1. School Headmaster and teachers shall report back to the School, immediately after the disaster strikes, even if the school is onholidays.

2. Report the immediate damage caused by the disaster anduntoward incidents about loss of life, etc.to the authorities without anydelay.

3. Cleaning the premises of the school and school buildings with the support of theteams.

4. Creating awareness on safety precautions to be taken in respect of creatures, snakes etc., found post disaster in the school premises as part of the reliefworks

5. Sensitizing the students and parents on continuous alerts of thepost disaster.

6. Providing accommodation in the schools as shelters for therefugees.

7. Providing food to the refugees from the Mid DayMeal

8. Organizing health camp to prevent / cure the diseases occurredduring the disaster and postdisaster.

9. Estimating the loss / damage to the schools with the help ofrelief teams and preparing budgetestimates.

10. Utilizing the services of National Cadet Corps (NCC), NationalSocial Services (NSS), Bharat Scouts and Guides (BSG) in reliefworks.

11. Preparing action plan for taking immediate repairs andreconstructing the damagedschools

12. Cleaning up of the drinking water tanks / resources withbleaching and other support in consultation with the HealthDepartment.

13. Removing debris, trees in the schools compound in coordination with the District Collector, SDRF, and FireDepartment.

II. FOR PROVIDING MID DAYMEALS:

Pre Disaster Phase:

1. Creating awareness on the disaster among students, teachers,School

  Management Committees (SMC) / School Management &Development Committees (SMDC) members of the identified school as well as mappedschools.

2. Pooling the food grains from the mapped schools to theidentified school.

3. Placing the additional indent for food grains as per the estimates.

4. Coordinating with the dealer of Fair Price Shop forprocuring additional foodgrains.

5. Keeping additional LPG Cylinders in theschool

6. Keeping close contact with the Districtauthorities.

7. Awareness and sensitizing to Cook Cum Helpers of MDMagencies.

8. Keep a cash advance of atleast Rs. 10,000 to Rs. 15,000 with the school Headmaster / Principal to help in procuring vegetables & immediate needs for meals preparation and cleaning thedebries.


During the Disaster:

1. Ensuring all the Educational institutions closed during thedisaster.

2. Handing over the identified school building as relief shelter tothe authorities.

3. Procuring the utensils, food grains from the mapped schools.

4. Coordinating with the authorities for procurement of additionalLPG Cylinders and additional foodgrains.

5. Utilizing the services of the teachers, MDM agencies for servingthe meal.

6. Utilizing the services of the NCC, NSS and Scouts & Guidesteam under propersupervision.

7. Providing hot meal in a safe and comfortablearea.

8. Alerting the members of SMCs / SMDCs for support inrelief.


Post Disaster

1. Ensuring that sufficient food grains and LPG cylinders to providemeal.

2. Ensuring meal is cooked in hygienic conditions and served inhot.

3. Continuing the services of the MDM agencies and teachers untilthe relief works iscompleted.

4.  A detailed report on providing Mid Day Meal to the authorities.

5. Accountability for the food grains supplied additionally.

     Therefore, the Regional Joint Director of School Education, Kakinada & Guntur, all District Educational Officers of the Coastal Districts especially and Project Officers, SSA, are requested to be in constant touch with the concerned District Collectors / District Administration on the disaster situation in the district. All pre-cautionary measures should be taken for the safety of the people especially school children as per the Standard Operating Procedure on School Safety and DisasterManagement.
These proceedings should be treated as topmost urgent.




K. SANDHYA RANI,
Commissioner of School Education




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PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMMISSIONER OF THE SCHOOL EDUCATION ANDHRA PRADESH, AMARAVATI
  
Present: K.Sandhyarani, , I.Po.S


Rc.No.793/A&I/2018                     Dated:14-12-2018








Sub:- School Education - PHETHAI Cyclone in Bay of Bengal – Coastal Districts will be affected by the Cyclone – Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) relating to Safety measures and food arrangements to be made at schools located in areas anticipated to be effected by disaster due to deep depression in Bay of Bangal Precautionary measures - Certain instructions -Issued.

Read:- 1. Teleconference/s of Hon'ble Chief Minister India Meteorological Department Bulletin, dated:13-12-2018 Observations at fieldlevel.


***

    The attention of the Regional Joint Director of School Education, Kakinada & Guntur / District Educational Officers of the Coastal Districts especially DEO, East Godavari, West Godavari, Krishna & Guntur and Project Officers, SSA, Coastal Districts is drawn to the above references. You are aware that the current PHETHAI Cyclone in the Bay of Bengal which is at present located at 1210 KM South East of Machilipatnam, Andhra Pradesh.

    As directed by the Hon'ble Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh there is an immediate and dire need to take pre-cautionary measures for the safety of the people especially school children. Urgent action may be taken on priority basis on the following issues –


STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURE FOR SCHOOL SAFETY:

1. The District and Mandal School Education Team shall function under the leadership of the District Collector and the District Disaster Management Team.

2. A Mandal Team should be constituted comprising of the concerned Dy.E.O, MEO and one Senior Head Master in the Mandal to observe the disaster situation from time to time be it Cyclone, Heavy Rainfall, Floods, Heatwave, etc. Necessary instructions should be issued to the school Head Masters to ensure safety of thestudents.

3. All students should be shifted to the safest Pucca Buildings in the schools before affecting the Cyclone in the concernedareas.

4. Do not conduct any classes in dilapidated buildings, where heavy rainfall in their respective districts due to effect of theCyclone.

5. Safe Drinking water should be provided to allstudents.

6. Necessary medical kits should be kept ready in the schools in consultation with the Medical & HealthDepartment.

7. Hot and hygienic food is to be served to thestudents

8. Maximum precautionary measures are to be taken for protecting plants and trees, which are located in the School Premises, and children from potential falling of big trees and resultantdamage.

9. PO, SSA, shall ensure that 4-wheel vehicles are to be arranged to each of the Mandal teams in Cyclone affected areas in their respective districts in coordination with the district administration for overseeing the safety of the children andschools.

10. Ensure that the children are aware of areas, where water has receded and school buildings are in dilapidated condition. 11.Extend full cooperation to the District Administration for preparation and serving of Mid Day Meals in the school premises to disaster affected people through school Mid-day-MealKitchens.

    All the concerned School Education officers and staff are instructed to follow the attached Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) and take necessary action for ensuring School Safety & Disaster Management and provision of Mid Day (and night meals, if any) as required and directed by the District Relief administration.

    Action shall be taken to utilise the regular Assembly session or by convening a special Assembly session to read out and communicate the Standard Operating Procedure to all the Teachers and Students.


SCHOOL SFAFETY & DISASTER MANAGEMENT STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURE


I.  GENERAL SCHOOL SFAFETY 

Pre DisasterPhase:

1. Creating awareness on the disaster among students, teachers, SMC/ SMDC members.

2. Disseminating the control room numbers declared by theauthorities

3. Avoiding the conduct of classes in the class rooms which are in poor / dilapidated condition and in open area under thetrees.

4. Declaring holidays to schools according to the localconditions.

5. Keeping close contact with the Districtadministrations

6. Providing alternate accommodation to conduct theclasses

7. Vacating the school building which are in poor / dilapidatedcondition.

8. Removing the trees which are in poor condition and about to fall in the premises of the school

9. Keeping the school generator, if any, in good workingcondition

10. Relocating computers, projectors and laptops, lab equipment tosafer places / buildings /rooms.


During the Disaster:

1. To ensure that all the Educational institutions closed during the disaster.

2. To allot the school building which are in good conditions asrelief shelters.

3. To keep in close touch with the relief officer allotted to thatparticular area.

4. Utilizing the services of the NCC, NSS and Scouts & Guidesteam under proper supervision.

5. Seeking support from the State Disaster Relief Force(SDRF)/National Disaster Relief Force (NDRF)/Fire Department/Army basedteams

6. Reporting the situation to theauthorities.

7. Providing hot meal to the disaster affected people in a safe and comfortable area duly utilizing the food grains allocated to the MidDay Meal programme and additional food grains obtained from the concerned Revenue authorities and civil suppliesdepartment.

8. Seeking the support from Medical Department to provide first aidto the refugees.

9. Alerting the members of School Management Committees(SMCs)/
School Management Development Committees (SMDCs) for taking
necessary and immediate steps to control the damage in respect of school buildings / premises.

10. Switching off all the electricity connections in theschool.


Post Disaster

1. School Headmaster and teachers shall report back to the School, immediately after the disaster strikes, even if the school is onholidays.

2. Report the immediate damage caused by the disaster anduntoward incidents about loss of life, etc.to the authorities without anydelay.

3. Cleaning the premises of the school and school buildings with the support of theteams.

4. Creating awareness on safety precautions to be taken in respect of creatures, snakes etc., found post disaster in the school premises as part of the reliefworks

5. Sensitizing the students and parents on continuous alerts of thepost disaster.

6. Providing accommodation in the schools as shelters for therefugees.

7. Providing food to the refugees from the Mid DayMeal

8. Organizing health camp to prevent / cure the diseases occurredduring the disaster and postdisaster.

9. Estimating the loss / damage to the schools with the help ofrelief teams and preparing budgetestimates.

10. Utilizing the services of National Cadet Corps (NCC), NationalSocial Services (NSS), Bharat Scouts and Guides (BSG) in reliefworks.

11. Preparing action plan for taking immediate repairs andreconstructing the damagedschools

12. Cleaning up of the drinking water tanks / resources withbleaching and other support in consultation with the HealthDepartment.

13. Removing debris, trees in the schools compound in coordination with the District Collector, SDRF, and FireDepartment.

II. FOR PROVIDING MID DAYMEALS:

Pre Disaster Phase:

1. Creating awareness on the disaster among students, teachers,School

  Management Committees (SMC) / School Management &Development Committees (SMDC) members of the identified school as well as mappedschools.

2. Pooling the food grains from the mapped schools to theidentified school.

3. Placing the additional indent for food grains as per the estimates.

4. Coordinating with the dealer of Fair Price Shop forprocuring additional foodgrains.

5. Keeping additional LPG Cylinders in theschool

6. Keeping close contact with the Districtauthorities.

7. Awareness and sensitizing to Cook Cum Helpers of MDMagencies.

8. Keep a cash advance of atleast Rs. 10,000 to Rs. 15,000 with the school Headmaster / Principal to help in procuring vegetables & immediate needs for meals preparation and cleaning thedebries.


During the Disaster:

1. Ensuring all the Educational institutions closed during thedisaster.

2. Handing over the identified school building as relief shelter tothe authorities.

3. Procuring the utensils, food grains from the mapped schools.

4. Coordinating with the authorities for procurement of additionalLPG Cylinders and additional foodgrains.

5. Utilizing the services of the teachers, MDM agencies for servingthe meal.

6. Utilizing the services of the NCC, NSS and Scouts & Guidesteam under propersupervision.

7. Providing hot meal in a safe and comfortablearea.

8. Alerting the members of SMCs / SMDCs for support inrelief.


Post Disaster

1. Ensuring that sufficient food grains and LPG cylinders to providemeal.

2. Ensuring meal is cooked in hygienic conditions and served inhot.

3. Continuing the services of the MDM agencies and teachers untilthe relief works iscompleted.

4.  A detailed report on providing Mid Day Meal to the authorities.

5. Accountability for the food grains supplied additionally.

     Therefore, the Regional Joint Director of School Education, Kakinada & Guntur, all District Educational Officers of the Coastal Districts especially and Project Officers, SSA, are requested to be in constant touch with the concerned District Collectors / District Administration on the disaster situation in the district. All pre-cautionary measures should be taken for the safety of the people especially school children as per the Standard Operating Procedure on School Safety and DisasterManagement.
These proceedings should be treated as topmost urgent.




K. SANDHYA RANI,
Commissioner of School Education




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Friday, 14 December 2018

Mid-Day Meal Scheme - Relief arrangements during disaster times, it will be the responsibility of the School Education Department. Rc.No. ESE02-27021, Dated: l 4-12-2018



PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMMISSIONER OF SCHOOL EDUCATION 
ANDHRA PRADESH : AMARAVATI

Present:K.Sandhya  Rani,  I.Po.S


Rc.No. ESE02-27021/ 100/ 2018-MDM -CSE Date: l 4-12-2018








Sub: School Ed'ucation - Mid-Day Meal Scheme - relief arrangements during disaster times, it will be the responsibility of the School Education Department - Instructions issued - Regarding.


    All the District Educational Officers in the State are informed that as per the Ind ia Meteorological Department (I M O) the low-pressure area has strengthned  into  a  depression  early  this  morning.  It  is  located  over  the South-East  Bay  of  Bengal  and expected  to  intensify  further  into  a deep depression  by  ton ight  and  into  a  cyclone  by  tomorrwevening. It  would move north-west towards the Andhra Praclesh du ring the subsequent three days. Met has said that rains would lash most places of Coastal And hra Pradesh with heavy to very heavy falls expected at isolated  places from Saturday.  The  wind   speeds  would   be'  much   stronger  suggesting  severe
cyclonic strength.

    As directed by the ·Hon'ble Chief Minister of Andh ra Pradesh there is a dire and immediate need to take pre-cau tionary measures for the safety of the people especially school children. As a part of relief arrangemen ts during disaster times,  it  will  be the responsibility  of   the   School   Ed uca tion Department to provide good quality hot cooked meal to the disaster affected people from the schoof MDM kitchens.


Therefore,  all  the District  Educational  Officers,  especially   Krishna, Guntur and West Godavari are requested to take following measures immediately:

1. Issue necessa ry instructions to the field  level officials to gear u p to tackle the cyclone, \Vhich  is expected to h it the region anytime.

2. Ensure that adequate stocks of requ ired material such  as  food grains, groceries, vegetables, condi men ts, eggs etc. are  made available in schools for ready relief.

3. The children of. the school shall also be provided meals three times a day.

4. Ensuure that the l\1DM cooks and Cooking Age ncies are informed of the situation and attend the work without uncertainty.

5. Ensure that the buffer stock of rice is maintained. I f rice is not sufficient, then adjust from nearby schools or other sources like Pair price Shops.

6. Monitor the quality of meals being provided and take immediate measures for provid ing qualitative and quantitative meal is provided.

7. Daily meal supply details Mandal-wise and school-wise shall be collected and submitted to the District Collector.

8. Be in touch \Vi th District Collectors anci any un toward incidents or short supply of food grains shall be brought to the notice of the District Collectors and also pursue for immediate action.

9. Ensu re that  the field officers'vould be attentive in all the cyclone­ prone areas till the situation gets normal ised.

10. Ensu re that the children are aware of areas, \vhere water has receded and school buildings are in dilapidated cond ition.


K.SANDHYA RANI,
COMMISSIONER OF SCHOOL EDUCATON




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PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMMISSIONER OF SCHOOL EDUCATION 
ANDHRA PRADESH : AMARAVATI

Present:K.Sandhya  Rani,  I.Po.S


Rc.No. ESE02-27021/ 100/ 2018-MDM -CSE Date: l 4-12-2018








Sub: School Ed'ucation - Mid-Day Meal Scheme - relief arrangements during disaster times, it will be the responsibility of the School Education Department - Instructions issued - Regarding.


    All the District Educational Officers in the State are informed that as per the Ind ia Meteorological Department (I M O) the low-pressure area has strengthned  into  a  depression  early  this  morning.  It  is  located  over  the South-East  Bay  of  Bengal  and expected  to  intensify  further  into  a deep depression  by  ton ight  and  into  a  cyclone  by  tomorrwevening. It  would move north-west towards the Andhra Praclesh du ring the subsequent three days. Met has said that rains would lash most places of Coastal And hra Pradesh with heavy to very heavy falls expected at isolated  places from Saturday.  The  wind   speeds  would   be'  much   stronger  suggesting  severe
cyclonic strength.

    As directed by the ·Hon'ble Chief Minister of Andh ra Pradesh there is a dire and immediate need to take pre-cau tionary measures for the safety of the people especially school children. As a part of relief arrangemen ts during disaster times,  it  will  be the responsibility  of   the   School   Ed uca tion Department to provide good quality hot cooked meal to the disaster affected people from the schoof MDM kitchens.


Therefore,  all  the District  Educational  Officers,  especially   Krishna, Guntur and West Godavari are requested to take following measures immediately:

1. Issue necessa ry instructions to the field  level officials to gear u p to tackle the cyclone, \Vhich  is expected to h it the region anytime.

2. Ensure that adequate stocks of requ ired material such  as  food grains, groceries, vegetables, condi men ts, eggs etc. are  made available in schools for ready relief.

3. The children of. the school shall also be provided meals three times a day.

4. Ensuure that the l\1DM cooks and Cooking Age ncies are informed of the situation and attend the work without uncertainty.

5. Ensure that the buffer stock of rice is maintained. I f rice is not sufficient, then adjust from nearby schools or other sources like Pair price Shops.

6. Monitor the quality of meals being provided and take immediate measures for provid ing qualitative and quantitative meal is provided.

7. Daily meal supply details Mandal-wise and school-wise shall be collected and submitted to the District Collector.

8. Be in touch \Vi th District Collectors anci any un toward incidents or short supply of food grains shall be brought to the notice of the District Collectors and also pursue for immediate action.

9. Ensu re that  the field officers'vould be attentive in all the cyclone­ prone areas till the situation gets normal ised.

10. Ensu re that the children are aware of areas, \vhere water has receded and school buildings are in dilapidated cond ition.


K.SANDHYA RANI,
COMMISSIONER OF SCHOOL EDUCATON




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Thursday, 13 December 2018

Permission accorded ratification of certain Up-gradations of M.P.U.P. /ZPP Schools into High Schools (22 Schools) by opening of Classes VIII to X during the academic years 2017-18/ 2018-19 – Accorded. G.O.MS.No. 89, Dated: 13-12-2018



GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH 
ABSTRACT  

School Education Department – Permission accorded ratification of certain Up-gradations of  M.P.U.P. /ZPP Schools into High Schools  (22 Schools) by opening of Classes VIII to X during the academic years  2017-18/ 2018-19 – Accorded - Orders – Issued.

  SCHOOL EDUCATION (PROG.I) DEPARTMENT  
                            G.O.MS.No. 89                            Dated: 13-12-2018               






                                                                                             

Read:- 
1.  From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati,                   Lr.Rc.No. 482/PS –II-1/2018, Dt:23.04.2018.          
2.  From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati,                    Lr.Rc.No. 478/PS II-1/2018, Dt:27.04.2018.          
3.  From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati,                    Lr.Rc.No. 545/PS II-1/2018, Dt:28.04.2018.          
4.  From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati,                    Lr.Rc.No.652/PS II-1/2018, Dt:27.04.2018.          
5.  From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati,                    Lr.Rc.No.546/ PS II-1 /2018, Dt:28.04.2018.          
6.  From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati,                   Lr.Rc.No. 656/ PS II-1/2018, Dt:27.04.2018.          
7. From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati,                   Lr.Rc.No.1867/ PS II-1/2017, Dt:23.04.2018.            
8. From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati,                   Lr.Rc.No. 1686/ PS II-1/2017, Dt:23.04.2018.            
9.. From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati,                   Lr.Rc.No.232/PS II-1/2018, Dt:23.04.2018.                    
10. From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati,                   Lr.Rc.No.303/PS -1/2018, Dt:23.04.2018.                     
11. From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati,                   Lr.Rc.No.304/PS -1/2018, Dt:23.04.2018.                      
12. From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati,                   Lr.Rc.No.480/PS II-1/2018, Dt:23.04.2018.                      
13. From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati,                   Lr.Rc.No.484/PS II-1/2018, Dt:23.04.2018.                      
14. From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati,                   Lr.Rc.No.485/PS II-1/2018, Dt:23.04.2018.                      
15. From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati,                   Lr.Rc.No.486/PS II-1/2018, Dt:23.04.2018.                      
16. From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati,                   Lr.Rc.No.544/PS II-1/2018, Dt:23.04.2018.                      
17. From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati,                   Lr.Rc.No.603/PS II-2/2018, Dt:23.04.2018.                      
18. From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati,                   Lr.Rc.No.84/PS II-1/2018, Dt:23.04.2018.                      
19. From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati,                   Lr.Rc.No.231/PS II-1/2018, Dt:27.04.2018.                      
20. From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati,                   Lr.Rc.No.1993/PS II-1/2017, Dt:23.04.2018.                     
21. From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati,                   Lr.Rc.No.549/PS II-1/2018, Dt:05.06.2018.                    
22. From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati,                             Lr.Rc.No.1682/PS II-2/2018, Dt:28.08.2018. 

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ORDER:     
    In the references read above, the Commissioner of School Education, AP., has informed that the Regional Joint Directors of School Education have furnished the     following proposals for  grant  of permission for Upgradation into High Schools by     opening of next Higher Classes VIII to X (T.M/ E.M/ U.M/ K.M) during the years  2017-18/ 2018-19. The Commissioner of School Education, A.P., have issued upgradation proceedings to open Classes VIII to X (T.M/ E.M/ U.M/ K.M) in respect of the following Schools during the academic years 2017-18/ 2018-19 in the following Schools: 



2.   After careful examination of the proposal of the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati, Government hereby  ratify   the action of the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., in having issued orders  for up-gradation of  M.P.U.P. /Municipal / ZPP Schools into High Schools by opening of Classes VIII to X  (T.M/ E.M/  U.M/  Kannada Medium)  for  the above schools (22)  during  the academic years201718/2018-19, to avoid  hardship  for  the students, subject to  condition that there is  no additional  staff   and  financial  commitment to  Government  towards salaries to additional staff  and  additional  infrastructure  required, if  any  etc. 

3.   The Commissioner  of  School  Education, Andhra Pradesh shall  take necessary further  action  in the  matter. 

(BY ORDER  AND IN THE  NAME  OF THE  GOVERNOR OF  ANDHRA  PRADESH) 


ADITYA  NATH  DAS 
SPECIAL CHIEF SECRETARY  TO GOVERNMENT 




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School Education Department – Permission accorded ratification of certain Up-gradations of  M.P.U.P. /ZPP Schools into High Schools  (22 Schools) by opening of Classes VIII to X during the academic years  2017-18/ 2018-19 – Accorded - Orders – Issued.

  SCHOOL EDUCATION (PROG.I) DEPARTMENT  
                            G.O.MS.No. 89                            Dated: 13-12-2018               






                                                                                             

Read:- 
1.  From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati,                   Lr.Rc.No. 482/PS –II-1/2018, Dt:23.04.2018.          
2.  From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati,                    Lr.Rc.No. 478/PS II-1/2018, Dt:27.04.2018.          
3.  From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati,                    Lr.Rc.No. 545/PS II-1/2018, Dt:28.04.2018.          
4.  From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati,                    Lr.Rc.No.652/PS II-1/2018, Dt:27.04.2018.          
5.  From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati,                    Lr.Rc.No.546/ PS II-1 /2018, Dt:28.04.2018.          
6.  From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati,                   Lr.Rc.No. 656/ PS II-1/2018, Dt:27.04.2018.          
7. From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati,                   Lr.Rc.No.1867/ PS II-1/2017, Dt:23.04.2018.            
8. From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati,                   Lr.Rc.No. 1686/ PS II-1/2017, Dt:23.04.2018.            
9.. From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati,                   Lr.Rc.No.232/PS II-1/2018, Dt:23.04.2018.                    
10. From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati,                   Lr.Rc.No.303/PS -1/2018, Dt:23.04.2018.                     
11. From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati,                   Lr.Rc.No.304/PS -1/2018, Dt:23.04.2018.                      
12. From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati,                   Lr.Rc.No.480/PS II-1/2018, Dt:23.04.2018.                      
13. From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati,                   Lr.Rc.No.484/PS II-1/2018, Dt:23.04.2018.                      
14. From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati,                   Lr.Rc.No.485/PS II-1/2018, Dt:23.04.2018.                      
15. From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati,                   Lr.Rc.No.486/PS II-1/2018, Dt:23.04.2018.                      
16. From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati,                   Lr.Rc.No.544/PS II-1/2018, Dt:23.04.2018.                      
17. From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati,                   Lr.Rc.No.603/PS II-2/2018, Dt:23.04.2018.                      
18. From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati,                   Lr.Rc.No.84/PS II-1/2018, Dt:23.04.2018.                      
19. From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati,                   Lr.Rc.No.231/PS II-1/2018, Dt:27.04.2018.                      
20. From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati,                   Lr.Rc.No.1993/PS II-1/2017, Dt:23.04.2018.                     
21. From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati,                   Lr.Rc.No.549/PS II-1/2018, Dt:05.06.2018.                    
22. From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati,                             Lr.Rc.No.1682/PS II-2/2018, Dt:28.08.2018. 

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ORDER:     
    In the references read above, the Commissioner of School Education, AP., has informed that the Regional Joint Directors of School Education have furnished the     following proposals for  grant  of permission for Upgradation into High Schools by     opening of next Higher Classes VIII to X (T.M/ E.M/ U.M/ K.M) during the years  2017-18/ 2018-19. The Commissioner of School Education, A.P., have issued upgradation proceedings to open Classes VIII to X (T.M/ E.M/ U.M/ K.M) in respect of the following Schools during the academic years 2017-18/ 2018-19 in the following Schools: 



2.   After careful examination of the proposal of the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati, Government hereby  ratify   the action of the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., in having issued orders  for up-gradation of  M.P.U.P. /Municipal / ZPP Schools into High Schools by opening of Classes VIII to X  (T.M/ E.M/  U.M/  Kannada Medium)  for  the above schools (22)  during  the academic years201718/2018-19, to avoid  hardship  for  the students, subject to  condition that there is  no additional  staff   and  financial  commitment to  Government  towards salaries to additional staff  and  additional  infrastructure  required, if  any  etc. 

3.   The Commissioner  of  School  Education, Andhra Pradesh shall  take necessary further  action  in the  matter. 

(BY ORDER  AND IN THE  NAME  OF THE  GOVERNOR OF  ANDHRA  PRADESH) 


ADITYA  NATH  DAS 
SPECIAL CHIEF SECRETARY  TO GOVERNMENT 




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Wednesday, 12 December 2018

Scheme for Providing Education in Madrasa/Minorities (SPEMM) – Constitution of State Level Committee to scrutinize and recommend the proposals. G.O.RT.No. 386, Dated:12-12-2018.



GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH
ABSTRACT


School Education Dept. – Minority Education – Scheme for Providing Education in Madrasa/Minorities (SPEMM) – Constitution of State Level Committee to scrutinize and recommend the proposals – Orders – Issued.


SCHOOL EDUCATION (PROG.II) DEPARTMENT
G.O.RT.No. 386                          Dated:12-12-2018





      


Read the following:

1. From the Joint Secretary (SE-1), DSE&L, MHRD, GoI, New Delhi, D.O.No.11-11/2016-EE.19, dated 03.07.2018.
2. Govt. Memo.No.1019610/Prog.II/A2/2018, Dt:24.07.2018.
3. From the SPD, SSA, AP, e-File No.SSA-15025/3/2018, dt.30.11.2018.

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In the reference 1st read above, the Joint Secretary, Ministry of Human Resources Development, Government of India, New Delhi has informed that the Scheme for Providing Education in Madrasa/ Minorities (SPEMM) has been granted permission for continuation till March 2020 with some revision.  The scheme merges the guidelines of Scheme for Providing Quality Education for Madrasas (SPQEM) and Infrastructure Development for  Minority Institutions (IDMI) and their components into single scheme guidelines. As per revised scheme of guidelines, the scheme will be implemented under the aegis of State Governments. All the proposals under both the schemes will be submitted by the State Government at the time of PAB. To scrutinize and recommend the proposal under the scheme, the States/UTs shall constitute a State Level Committee under the chairmanship of the Secretary of the relevant Department, including Secretary Education and Secretary Minority Affairs. On receipt of proposals from the State Government, Project Approval Board setup in the Ministry of Human Resource Development, GoI under Chairmanship of Secretary (SE&L) will consider the same on merit and accord approval.

2. In the reference 3rd read above, the State Project Director, SSA, AP has requested the Government to constitute a state level Grant in Aid Committee immediately under the Chairmanship of Special Chief Secretary to Government and also constitute a Scrutiny committee to scrutinize the proposals for Scheme for Providing Quality Education for Madrasas (SPQEM) & Infrastructure Development for Minority Institutions (IDMI).

3. Government after careful examination of the matter, hereby constitute a State Level Committee to scrutinize and recommend the proposal under the Scheme for Providing Education in Madrasa/ Minorities (SPEMM) with the following Members:


4. The Commissioner of School Education, A.P., and the State Project Director, SSA, A.P shall take further necessary action accordingly.

(BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF ANDHRA PRADESH)

                           ADITYA NATH DAS
           SPECIAL CHIEF SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT




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GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH
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School Education Dept. – Minority Education – Scheme for Providing Education in Madrasa/Minorities (SPEMM) – Constitution of State Level Committee to scrutinize and recommend the proposals – Orders – Issued.


SCHOOL EDUCATION (PROG.II) DEPARTMENT
G.O.RT.No. 386                          Dated:12-12-2018





      


Read the following:

1. From the Joint Secretary (SE-1), DSE&L, MHRD, GoI, New Delhi, D.O.No.11-11/2016-EE.19, dated 03.07.2018.
2. Govt. Memo.No.1019610/Prog.II/A2/2018, Dt:24.07.2018.
3. From the SPD, SSA, AP, e-File No.SSA-15025/3/2018, dt.30.11.2018.

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In the reference 1st read above, the Joint Secretary, Ministry of Human Resources Development, Government of India, New Delhi has informed that the Scheme for Providing Education in Madrasa/ Minorities (SPEMM) has been granted permission for continuation till March 2020 with some revision.  The scheme merges the guidelines of Scheme for Providing Quality Education for Madrasas (SPQEM) and Infrastructure Development for  Minority Institutions (IDMI) and their components into single scheme guidelines. As per revised scheme of guidelines, the scheme will be implemented under the aegis of State Governments. All the proposals under both the schemes will be submitted by the State Government at the time of PAB. To scrutinize and recommend the proposal under the scheme, the States/UTs shall constitute a State Level Committee under the chairmanship of the Secretary of the relevant Department, including Secretary Education and Secretary Minority Affairs. On receipt of proposals from the State Government, Project Approval Board setup in the Ministry of Human Resource Development, GoI under Chairmanship of Secretary (SE&L) will consider the same on merit and accord approval.

2. In the reference 3rd read above, the State Project Director, SSA, AP has requested the Government to constitute a state level Grant in Aid Committee immediately under the Chairmanship of Special Chief Secretary to Government and also constitute a Scrutiny committee to scrutinize the proposals for Scheme for Providing Quality Education for Madrasas (SPQEM) & Infrastructure Development for Minority Institutions (IDMI).

3. Government after careful examination of the matter, hereby constitute a State Level Committee to scrutinize and recommend the proposal under the Scheme for Providing Education in Madrasa/ Minorities (SPEMM) with the following Members:


4. The Commissioner of School Education, A.P., and the State Project Director, SSA, A.P shall take further necessary action accordingly.

(BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF ANDHRA PRADESH)

                           ADITYA NATH DAS
           SPECIAL CHIEF SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT




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