TS Half day schools from March 15,School timings,time table,periods for 2017

TS Half Day Schools for 2017 from March 15th, 2017, #TS #Halfday #schools from March 16, School timings,Time Table, Periods for 2017: The Director of School Education, Telangana State Hyderabad has given proceedings Govt memo. no.1831, dt:14/3/2016  to all the Regional Joint Directors of School Education and all the District Educational Officers in the state and certain instructions would be issued to above said officials on "Half Day Schools during Summer from March 15th, 2017. #TSSchools News:

TS Half day schools from March 15,School timings,time table,periods for 2017
Implementation of Half Day Schools:
Implementation of Half Day Schools during Summer 2017 and Implementation of Academic year 2016-2017: PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMMISSIONER & DIRECTOR OF SCHOOL EDUCATION, TELANGANA, Rc.No.843/Planning-I/ 2016, Dated:13.03.2017

Activity Date
1 Half day schools 15th to 23rd April, 2017
Half day schools timings 8 AM to 12.30 PM for TS Schools
SSC Exam centre High Schools timings 1 PM to 5 PM
2 New Academic Year Starts from 21st March, 2017
3 Text books:
Required Text books Collection from Mandal Point:
16 to 20-03-2017
4 Text Books distribution 21-03-2017
5 Samoohika Aksharabhyasam 23-03-2017
6 3 Rs Programme 21st March to 23rd April, 2017
Baseline Test/Pre Test 24-03-2017
End line Test/Post test Before 23-04-2017
 7 Badi Bata Programme
Badi Bata Spell I:
03-04-2017 to 13-04-2017
 8 Badi Bata Spell II: 01-06-2017 to 13-06-2017

Remedial,Badi Bata, 3Rs Program Activities Links
1. Half Days Schools from March 15
2. Readiness Programme-3Rs Programme Guidelines,Schedule
3. 3Rs Programee/Remedial Teaching Baseline, End line Exam dates
4. BADI BATA Programme-Activities
5. School & Class Readiness Program Material, Modules, Activities
6. TS Schools "School - Class Readiness Programme"
7. TS Schools "Class Readiness Program"
8. TS Schools "School Readiness Program"
9. TS Schools Admissions 2017 Schedule for TS Schools

Directorate of School Education - Implementation of half day schools during summer 2017 and implementation of Academic Calendar for the year 2017-18 from 21st March 201 7 - Certain instructions - Reg.

l.Proposals from DSE, TS., Lr.Rc.No.405/C&T/SCERT/2015, dt.16.03.2016 and 04.06.2016.
2. Govt. Memo. No.2497/Prog.II/Al/2016, dt.07.06.2016.
3. Proposals from Director, SCERT.
4. Meeting with Sri Kadiyam Srihari, Hon'ble Dy CM and Minister for Education and Special Chief Secretary, Education Department and Commissioner & Director of School Education, Telangana, Hyderabad dated.10.03.2017.

All the RJDSEs and DEOs are hereby informed that vide reference 4 cited, detailed instructions are given hereunder on the implementation of half day schools and next academic year from 21st March 201 7 onwards.

I. Half day schools - Vide reference 4 cited, it was decided that the half day schools will continue as usual from 15th March 2017 to 23rd April 2017. However, in view of postponement of SA2 Examinations from 8th and 9th March to 15th and 16th March, the District Educational Officers are instructed to conduct the examinations on the above days i.e., 15th and 16th for evening session in case of 2nd paper for classes IX and X. All High Schools shall work full day on 16th and 17th in view of SA 2 Examinations.

In the High Schools with SSC Examinations centres the school timings will be from 1.00 PM to 5.00 PM as per earlier orders in vogue.

II. Implementation of academic year for 2017-18 from 21st March 2017 - vide Government Memo, reference 2 and reference 4 cited, the academic year for the year 2017- 18 will commence from 21st March 201 7. The Head Masters shall be instructed to start the syllabus from 21st onwards and give some assignments, projects to the students during summer vacation. Accordingly the HMs must plan for drafting teachers for invigilation i.e., non language teachers for language subjects and language teachers for non language subjects. In addition to starting of the syllabus, the HMs must take up remedial teaching for the children who are unable to read and write and perform basic arithmetic operations.

III. Text Books distribution and maintaining Book Bank - All the District Educational Officers are instructed to take necessary action for the distribution of text books to the children on the 21st March 2017. Therefore the HMs have to personally attend the Mandal point and collect required text books from 16th to 20 March 2017. The State level observers are being deployed for monitoring of SSC exams shall also monitor the transportaion of text books to the schools and distribution to the children properly.

All the HMs are requested to deposit the text books from outgoing students who are promoted to the next class and maintain the book bank as was done last year. In case if any text book not reached to the school, books may be arranged from the book bank for time being till new text books reaches the schools.

IV. Implementation of 3-R's Programme (Improving the basic competencies in reading, writing and arithmetic for all students in primary,Upper Primary and High Schools) : In addition to the starting of the syllabus from 21st March 2017 onwards, the HMs must also plan for conduct of remedial teaching for the children who are unable to read, write and perform arithmetic. As per the survey from ASER and as well as School Education about 40 to 50% of children are unable to read and write in mother tongue and about 60 to 70% in English. Similarly children are very poor in basic arithmetic operations. Therefore all the Head Masters of Primary Schools, Upper Primary Schools and High Schools shall take up special remedial classes for the children separately from 21st March to 23rd April with conducting some Baseline test and also Endline test for assessing the improvement. The existing material in schools i.e, SLIM cards, library books and Class I and II Text books may be used for the strategies to improve the basic competencies. For this the Head Master need to conduct a meeting with staff and define the roles and responsibilities of each staff member and timings for remedial classes, strategies, targets and develop plan of action for improvement with specific targets. At the end they should conduct one endline test and furnish the report on progress to the concerned School Complex Head Master and Mandal Educational Officers. All the School complex Head Masters are responsible in their complex area for the implementation and improving the basic competencies.

V. Badi Bata - The Badi Bata programme is scheduled from 3rd April to 13th April 2017 in all the schools in the State. A detailed day wise programme shall be communicated shortly. All the HMs have to prepare school profile and update the Village Education Registers (VERs) immediately for conduct of Badi Bata i.e., distribution of handouts, posters, list of out of school children, child labour etc.

Therefore all the RJDSEs and DEOs are directed to take appropriate action and see that the schools run seriously and conduct academic proceedings, as indicated above in both Government and private schools as per the schedule.

TS Half day schools from March 15, School timings, time table, periods for 2017
TS Half day schools from March 15:
The Telangana School Education Department has decided to restrict school timings to half-a-day from March 15. In the wake of the demand of the school teachers association to reduce the school hours owing to soaring temperature in various parts of the State, the Department of School Education conceded the demand on Friday evening in a meeting convened by Deputy Chief Minister incharge of School Education Kadiyam Srihari along with representatives of the government teachers association at the Secretariat. As per the revised timings, classes for six subjects will be held from 8 am to 12.30 pm. Students will be provided with an interval of 20 minutes from 10 to 10.20 am. Though the new academic year is scheduled to be held from March 21 to April 23.

So, all government and private schools in Telangana State would work half day from March 15th, 2017. The government declared half day schools on 15/3/2016 from in view of summer setting in. Schools will function from 8 AM to 12.30 PM. In this regard the Director of School Education instruct to run the schools for half - a - day from 8.00 A.M. to 12.30 PM due to summer from 15.03 2016 onwards, and further instructed to run the schools which are constituted as S.S.C Examination centre from 1.00 P.M to 5.00 P.M.

Yielding to the demands by the government teachers’ associations, Telangana government on Friday has decided to continue half-day schools from 8 am to 12.30 pm. A decision to this effect was taken during a meeting convened by Deputy Chief Minister and Education Minister Kadiyam Srihari with the representatives of the Government Teachers’ Associations at the Secretariat here on 10/3/2016.

“Though the academic year begins from March 21, students will be taught reading, writing and arithmetic skills, but syllabus of the class will not commence. A final decision to start syllabus of the next academic year from March 21 has been taken by Chief Minister,” according to Teachers Unions. Although majority of teachers unions have agreed to academic calendar on the lines of Central Board of Secondary Education(CBSE) and to do away with the half-day schools while drafting academic calendar due to harsh weather conditions prevailing, the teachers demanded that government roll back full-day schools system.

READ | TS Schools Badi Bata Programme/Special Enrollment Drive 2017-2018

Teachers oppose full-day schools in summer 2017: Demand that the government revert to old school timings and half-day school The educational institutions and teachers’ unions have vehemently opposed the State government’s decision to conduct classes full-day school in the peak summer following the advancement of academic calendar by the State Education Department.

Since last few years, the Education Department is advancing the academic calendar and instructing all schools to conduct the classes from March last week. The Department had directed all the schools, both government and private, to start new academic calendar for the year 2017-18 from March 21 and conduct classes up to April 22, the last working day before summer holidays.

No seriousness: Even as the temperature is soaring in February, the Education Department have directed the primary schools to function from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., upper primary schools from 9 a.m. to 4.15 p.m. and high schools from 9.30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The change in school timings from the 8.45 a.m. to 3.45 p.m. in the urban areas and 9.30 a.m. to 4.45 p.m. in the rural areas to new timings 9. 30 a.m. to 5 p.m. since last two years was a wrong decision, a government school headmaster said. With the change of timings from 9.30 a.m. to 5 p.m., the classes were beginning only at 10 a.m. and after lunch there is no seriousness in classes, he said and demanded that the government should revert to old timings and run half-day school in the summer.

Health issues: Democratic Teachers Federation (DTF) State president Raghushankar Reddy said that they had given representations to the government to reintroduce old school timings for effective functioning and benefit of student community. Telangana Rashtra Teachers Federation (TRTF) district president M. Prathap Reddy said that the government should only run half-day schools in view of soaring temperatures.

Full-day schools during summer would adversely affect the students’ health as there is a possibility of sunstroke and there is shortage of drinking water and power supply in many schools, he added. He favoured return to old school timings of 8.45 a.m. to 3.45 p.m. (urban) and 9.30 a.m. to 4.45 p.m. (rural).
Teachers seriously appose the Govt act of annulment of single session schools and bring forward academic year from Jun12th to March 21st.  By this unconsidered decision students may lose their 1 month academic time due to majority of teachers discharges their duties as invigilators and examiners in March and April months. So, Teachers demand the Govt to reconsider on this precipitated decision.

Instructions for Half Day Schools from 15.03.2017 to 23.04.2017
Govt of Telangana, School Education Department~ Half Day Schools in TS School from 15.03.2017 to 23.04.2017 and Instructions would be issued on this regard by the DSE, TS, Hyderabad.  In the circumstances reported by the Director of School Education, Telangana, Hyderabad in the reference cited and Government after careful examination of the proposal hereby decided to follow Half Day Schools during this summer i.e., from 15.03.2016 to 23.04.2016. The Director of School Education, Telangana, Hyderabad is therefore, requested to take immediate necessary action in the matter, accordingly.

Previous year Proceedings ~ DSE Telangana-Rc.No.309:
Dt:14-03-2016 ~ Subject: School Education - Half Day Schools from 15.03.2016 to 23.04.2016 copy communicated - Certain Instructions issued - Reg. Reference: Govt.Memo. No.1831/ SE.Prog.II/ A2/ 2016. Dated.14.03.2016 of School Education (Genl), Department.

While enclosing a copy of Government memo the Regional Joint Director of School Education, Hyderabad, Warangal and all the District Educational Officer, in the state are requested to take necessary action in the matter.

Half day School from March 15 for PS, UPS, HS in Telangana
1st bell: 7.45 AM
Prayer:7.50 AM - 8.00 AM
1st Period:8.00 AM - 8.40 AM
2nd Period:8.40 AM - 9.20 AM
3rd Period: 9.20 AM - 10.00 AM
Interval: 10.00 AM - 10.20 AM
4th Period: 10.20 AM - 11.00 AM
5th Period: 11.00 AM - 11.40 AM
6th Period: 11.40 AM - 12.30 PM

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  1. dassera holiday dates may be declared early to fecilitate parents plan effectlvily like rail reservations etc



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