Tuesday, 10 November 2015

R.C.No:279 UP/High Schools Revised Time Table and Subject wise weightage Instructions to HMs

Instructions to Headmasters of Upper Primary and Highs Schools
All the headmasters of High schools and Upper Primary schools in the State of Andhra Pradesh follow the guidelines while preparation and implementation of Time table.

 The Headmasters of Upper Primary and High Schools prepare timetable based on
number of teachers available and number of sections in the school.

 Headmaster should follow Weightage of Periods as mentioned in the academic calendar.

 Workload should be distributed equally among the teachers.

 Value education, Art education, Work education, library book reading-is consisting of
total 28 periods in classes VI and VII and 33 periods in classes VIII to X should be
equally distributed to all the teachers in order to maintain equal workload except Maths,
Social and Physical education teachers.

 Priority should be given to the teacher’s interest for co-curricular areas allotment.
Headmaster may decide co-curricular areas allotment.

 Biological Science teacher – teach VI class Science and 1 Lab period.

 Physical Science teacher – teach VII class Science and 1 Lab period.

 Where ever Vocational Education is in force and vocational Instructors are available,
Head Master is instructed to allot 5 Vocational Education periods by using
periods allotted to work Education, Value Education, Library period etc.,

 If Physical Science teacher having Mathematics in degree and mathematics methodology
in B.Ed. may be allotted class VI mathematics.

 In Upper Primary schools Workload should be distributed equally among the teachers
irrespective of SGT or School Assistant. Language pandit/ Language school
Assistant must teach his /her concern subject from class IV onwards. In the same
way Non Language School Assistant also teach primary subjects where ever necessary
to maintain equal distribution of work load


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