Work Load Distribution among SA Maths & SA Physics,Subject wise periods allotment

Work Load Distribution among SA Maths and SA Physics,Subject wise Periods allotment

Work Load Distribution among SA Maths and SA Physics, School Assistance Physical Science and Mathematics Work load Distribution in High Schools, SA Physical Science and Maths Work load Distribution. Subject wise Periods Allotment per week in UPS, High Schools, No. of periods per teacher per subject. DSE Telangana, Rc.No.77, Dated:02.08.2016 Sub: SCERT, Telangana, Hyderabad - Academic Calendar for 2016-17- Distribution of work load among the School Assistants of Physical Science and Mathematics in High Schools - Orders issued - Reg. Reference: 1. Proceedings of Director of School Education Rc.No. 405/D/C&T/SCERT/2015, Dated:13.06.2016. 2. Report of the Committee on the Distribution of work load among the School Assistants of Physical Science and Mathematics.
Work Load Distribution,SA Maths,SA Physics,Subject wise periods allotment

Work Load Distribution among SA Maths and SA Physics
All the RJDSEs and DEOs in the State are hereby informed that vide reference cited, detailed instructions have been issued on the implementation of academic calendar and other programmes. In this regard, there is a slight modification in the work load among the School Assistants of Physical Science and Mathematics as given hereunder.

Subject wise Periods Allotment per week
Subject-wise allotment of periods per week in Primary, Upper Primary and High Schools i.e. for classes VI, VII and classes VIII, IX and X separately
S. No Subject Revised allotment of periods for classes VI to X in High Schools
Classes VI & VII Classes VIII & IX Class X
I) Languages
1. Mother Tongue / First Language 6 6 6
2. Second Language - Hindi 4 4 4
3. Third Language — English 6 6 6
4. Read and Reflections (Library Period) 2 0 0
II) Non Languages
5. Mathematics 6 7 8
6. General Science 6 0 0
7. Physical Science 0 5 5
8. Biological Science 0 4 4
9. Experiments 1 1 1
10. Social Studies 6 6 6
11 Social Studies—Discussion on contemporary social issues 0 0 0
III) Co-curricular subjects
12. Physical and Health Education 3 3 3
13. Work and Computer Education 2 2 2
14. Value Education and Life Skills 3 2 1
15. Art and Cultural Education 3 2 2
Total Periods 48 48 48

The School Assistants of Physical Science shall take up Mathematics classes for class VI along with Physical Science subject for classes VIII, IX and X. The Maths School Assistants shall take up Mathematics subject for classes VII, VIII, IX and X. The work education and computer classes shall be taken by Physical Science School Assistant. The Headmaster must plan for implementation of co-curricular activities by assigning the subjects to the teachers keeping in view of work load. Headmaster must see for the equal allocation of periods to the teachers combinedly for both curricular and co-curricular areas. The Headmaster shall develop time table for the school showing curricular and co-curricular areas along with teachers responsible to teach the subjects and display in the Headmaster room and staff room. In case of second teacher for Mathematics is allotted for single section schools, the Mathematics classes for classes VI, VII & VIII may be allocated to second Mathematics School Assistant. The PETs/PDs shall take up monitoring of Mid Day Meal programme in the Schools.

In view of availability of staff, the Headmaster need to work out and see the allotment of periods equally to the Teachers to the extent possible. The work load among the teachers is given here under.

No. of periods per Teacher per Subject:
No. of periods per teacher per subject in single section High schools. Where One Maths and one Physical Science Teachers are available. 
SI.No. School Assistants in the subject of No. of periods in the subjects No. of periods in the co- curricular area
1 Telugu 30
2 Hindi 20 Value Edn. - 9
3 English 30
4 Maths 30
5 Physical Science 24 Work Edn. & Comp. - 7
6 Biological Science 27 Art Edn. - 3
7 Social Studies 30
8 Physical Education Teacher/PD 15 (health & physical education) & Art Edn. — 9 & Midday Meal monitoring
 Note: The Headmaster must take 8 periods i.e. responsibility of 1 subject for any 1 class and the resultant work load may be adjusted accordingly.

No. of periods per teacher per subject in single section High schools where two Mathematics and one Physical Science teachers are available:
SI.No. School Assistants in the subject of No. of periods in the subjects No. of periods in the co- curricular area
1 Telugu 30
2 Hindi 20 Value Edn. - 9
3 English 30
4 Maths - 1 16 (IX & X) Art Edn.    - 6
Maths - 2 20 (VI, VII & VIII) Work Edn. & Comp. - 4
5 Physical Science 24 Work Edn. & Comp. - 3
6 Biological Science 27
7 Social Studies 30
8 Physical Education Teacher/PD 15 (health & physical education) & Art Edn.-6 & Midday Meal monitoring

Work Load Distribution among SA Maths and SA Physics,Subject wise periods allotment
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