Tuesday, 16 January 2018

State Level Inter School Cultural Competitions - 2018 Venue JNTU, Kakinada Date: 27th & 28th January, 2018 Children Festivals

State Level Inter School Cultural Competitions - 2018
Venue JNTU, Kakinada Date: 27th & 28th January, 2018 Children Festivals

What is Children Festival?

KRIYA conducts various competitions like Rhymes, Drawing, Reading, Storytelling, Model making, Running, Project work, Written test in basics of Mathematics, Dictionary skills, Science Experiments, Elocution, Singing, English/Hindi Role Play, Map making, Computer skills, Cultural activities etc., in government schools and give class wise and activity wise prizes.

Why only in Government Schools?

Almost all the children studying in Government schools came from poor families and most of the parents are illiterate.

What is the procedure?

KRIYA identify a school to conduct Children Festival through our contacts with teachers working in Government schools. One or Two KRIYA volunteers visit that school and explain everything to the teachers like list of competitions, how to make the children to prepare for each competition etc., And fix the convenient date to conduct the Children Festival leaving at least 10 days gap for preparation. Then the KRiYA volunteers give the practice material for Drawing (Crayons and two sets of papers) to the total strength of the school in Primary and UP Schools. In case of High Schools volunteers give Practice paper for Mathematic basics written test to the total strength.

On the Day

At least 6 KRIYA volunteers reach the school at 9.00am along with material for competitions and prizes. The Day starts with School Assembly. 5 KRIYA volunteers go to 5 classes to conduct the competitions one by one in each class. They finish all the competitions by 1.00pm except Cultural activities. After Lunch, in a open area the cultural activities start, then the prize distribution follows on the same stage. Parents also attend for the afternoon session.

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Monday, 15 January 2018

APTET Change Paper II to Paper III, Syllabus, Chance to 2016-18

APTET Change Paper II to Paper III, Syllabus, Chance to 2016-18

The candidates pursuing B.Ed/D.Ed 2016-2018 are also eligible for applying for TET-2017 and also pursuing candidate Language Pandits 2017-2018.
AP TET Paper-III will be for a person who intends to be a Language Teacher.

AP TET Paper III Syllabus: 

No. of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)-150
Duration of Examination: 2 hours and 30 minutes
Structure and Content
i) Child Development and Pedagogy & Teacher Aptitude 30 MCQs 30 Marks
ii) Language – I 30 MCQs 30 Marks
iii) Language – II 30 MCQs 30 Marks
iv) Telugu, Hindi, Urdu, English, Kannada, Tamil, Oriya, Marathi & Sanskrit      60 MCQs 60 Marks
TOTAL 150 MCQs 150 Marks
Note: (1) 
The test items on Child Development & Pedagogy will focus on Educational Psychology of teaching and learning relevant to the Elementary level.
Note: (2)
How to choose Language –I of AP – TET Paper-III: The following Languages are
offered under First Language in Secondary Schools under the State Syllabus viz., Telugu,


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Sunday, 14 January 2018

Friday, 12 January 2018

APTET Paper 3 for Language Teachers,Change in Qualifying Marks and Qualifications G.O.MS.No.4

APTET Paper 3 for Language Teachers,Change in Qualifying Marks and Qualifications G.O.MS.No.4

ORDER:
In  the Government  Order  1st  read  above,  guidelines  for  conducting  Andhra Pradesh State  Teacher  Eligibility  Test  (AP-TET)  under  the  Right of  Children  to Free  and  Compulsory Education  Act (RTE),  2009 were  issued  for conducting  Teachers  Eligibility  Test. 2. In  the  circumstances  stated  by  the  Commissioner  of  School  Education,  AP,   in  the letter  3rd  read above,  and  after  careful examination  of  the matter,  Government  hereby  issue the  following  amendments  to  the aforesaid  guidelines issued  in  G.O.  Ms.  No. 91,  School Education  (Exams) Department,  Dated  11/12/2017 as  amended  in the  G.O.  2nd  read  above.
AMENDMENTS
1.  In  Para  7 (3) (a) The  existing  para  shall  be  substituted  with  the  following para; “Any  Graduation  with  at  least  50% marks.  In  case  of  SC  /  ST  /  BC  /  Differently  abled candidates,  the minimum marks shall  be 40%. AND  pass  in  Bachelor  of  Education  (B.Ed.) Course  /  Bachelor  of  Education  (B.Ed.-Special  Education).”
2.  In  Para  7 (3) (b)   The  words  “B.A.  /  B.Sc.  /  B.Com.,”  shall  be  substituted  with  the  words  “Any  Graduation,”
 3.   4.   Para  7 (3) (d) shall  be  omitted. The following  shall  be  inserted as Para 7  (3.1)  after Note  3.  Under Para  7 (3) (c);
3.1.  MINIMUM  QUALIFICATIONS FOR  AP-TET  PAPER-III (LANGUAGE  TEACHERS) Graduation  with  Language  concerned  as  one of  the  Optional  Subjects  (OR)  Bachelor  of Oriental  Language  (or  its  equivalent)  (OR)  Graduation  in  Literature  (OR)  Post  Graduation  in Language  concerned  AND  Language  Pandit Training  Certificate/  B.Ed  with Language concerned  as  one of the  Methodologies,  in  respect  of  Language  Teachers.
5.   In  Para 7 (4),  2nd  para  shall  be  substituted  as  follows;

APTET Paper 3 for Language Teachers,Change in Qualifying Marks and Qualifications G.O.MS.No.4


Note: (1)  The  test  items on  Child  Development &  Pedagogy  will  focus  on  Educational Psychology  of  teaching and  learning  relevant  to  the  Elementary  level. 
Note: (2)  How  to  choose  Language  –I  of  AP  – TET  Paper-III: 
The  following  Languages  are offered under  First Language  in  Secondary  Schools  under  the  State  Syllabus  viz.,  Telugu,Hindi, Urdu,  English,  Kannada,  Tamil,  Oriya,  Marathi & Sanskrit.  A  Candidate has to  choose one  of  these  8  Languages  except  English under  Language  I  of  TET,  those  candidates  should have  compulsorily  studied  that  Language  either  as medium of  study  or  First Language  at least  up  to  Class- X.  The  candidates  who  studied CBSE/ICSE  curriculum  can  choose  the Language  which  they  studied up to  Class  X.  Language  Teachers  have  to  choose  the  Language of  their  study  in  Pandit Training concerned  under  Language-I  of  TET  Paper  –III.
 Note  (3):  A  candidate  has  to choose  the  English  subject for  TET  examination, has  to compulsorily  choose  the  Telugu  Language  under  Language  I  of  TET.
Note  (4):  The  Language-II  shall  be  English for  all  the  candidates.
Note  (5):  For  Paper –III  Language  Subject  questions  will  be  as:- Concerned  Language  Subject  60  MCQs  (Content  48,  Pedagogy  12) Note  (6):  For  Paper  III,  the  syllabi for  TET  of  Concerned Language  Teachers  and are  Special based  on  topics  of  Classes VI  to  VIII.  The  difficulty  standard  of  questions  as  well  as  their linkages  could be  up  to  Senior  Secondary  Level (12  th  Class).  The SCERT  will  be  providing the syllabi for  Language  Teachers.
 Note  (7):  The  syllabi  for  Language  I  & II  shall be  based  on  proficiency  in  the  Language, Elements of  Language,  Communication  and Comprehension  abilities  (standard  up to  Senior Secondary  Level (12  th  Class) 2.             
          These  orders  shall  come  into  force with  effect  from  the date  of issue  of G.O.  Ms. No. 91,  School  Education  (Exams)  Department,  dated 11/12/2017.

Republic Day Celebrations, 2018 – Pattern of Celebrations in districts – Schools Instructions – Issued.Rc.14 , Dt.12/1/18

School Education – State Functions – Republic Day Celebrations, 2018 – Pattern of Celebrations in districts – Celebrations in all Schools / Educational Institutions and Offices - Instructions – Issued.Rc.14 , Dt.12/1/18

Sub:-School Education - Celebrations on account of Republic Day on 26-1-2018 in schools -Conduct of various competitions at school, complex, Mandal, Divisional and District Level Instructions -Issued.

All the District Educational Officers in the State are informed that, the following competitions have to be conducted at school, complex, mandal, divisional and district Levels on account Republic Day on 26-1-2018 and gifts awarded to the winners at levels.
The following competitions are activities in following activities in all schools in the State.
  1. Essay Writing
  2. Poems reading
  3. Painting
  4. Drawing
  5. Elocution
  6. Songs (Desabhaksthi Geethalu)
  7. Sports Games
    The following headmasters / officers are hereby appointed to act as Nodal Officers at various levels and Deputy Educational Officer and Mandal Educational Officers should coordinate at school, complex, mandal and divisional levels as was done in the Janmabhoomi Programme.
    SI No.Stage / LevelNodal Officer
    1.School LevelHeadmaster
    2Complex LevelComplex Headmaster
    3.Mandal LevelMandal Educational Officer
    4.Divisional LevelDv. Educational Officer
    5.District LevelDistrict Educational Officer
    The following sports have to be conducted at school, complex, Mandal, Divisional and District Levels.
    Out of the following sports, at least three sports have to be conducted to the students of 1",2nd and 3ed Classes at school level. At school level, Headmaster of the concerned school and at complex level complex headmaster should conduct these activities:
    1. Hopping, 2. Lemon spoon, 3. Plucking the Tail, 4. Skipping and 5. 25 mts run
    Out of the following sports, at least three sports have to be conducted to the students of 4th 5th Classes at school, complex, mandal, divisional and district levels in the prescribed schedule. These sports should be organised by the Headmaster at School level, Complex Headmaster at Complex level, Mandal Educational Officer at Mandallevel and Deputy Educational Officer at divisional level and Deputy Educational Officer, Headquarters at district level.
    1. Hopping, 2. Lemon Spoon, 3. Sack Race, 4. Skipping
    5. 25 mts run and 6. Kabbadi.
    Out of the following sports, at least four sports have to be conducted for the students of 6th, 7th 8th Classes at school, complex, Mandal and district levels as per schedule. These sports should be organised by the Headmaster at School level, Complex Headmaster at Complex level, Mandal Educational Officer at Mandal level and Deputy Educational Officer at divisional level and Deputy Educational Officer, Headquarters at district level.
    1Kabbadi, 2. Kho-kho, 3. Basket Ball, 4. Volley Ball,S. Hockey,
    6Football, 7. Handball, 8. Ball Badminton, 9. Chess, 10. Shuttle,
    11. Discuss Throw, 12. Shot Put, 13. Javelin, 14. Long Jump, 15. High Jump, 16. 100 Mts Run. 17.200 mts Run, 18.400 mts run and 19.4 x 100 Relay.
    Out of the following sports, at least five sports have to be conducted for the students of 9th 10th Classes at school, complex, Mandal and district levels as per schedule. These sports should be organised by the Headmaster at School level, Complex Headmaster at Complex level, Mandal Educational Officer at Mandal level and Deputy Educational Officer at divisional level and Deputy Educational Officer, Headquarters at district level.
    1Kabbadi, 2. Kho-kho, 3. Basket Ball, 4. Volley Ball,S. Hockey,
    6Football, 7. Handball, 8. Ball Badminton, 9. Chess, 10. Shuttle,
    11. Discuss Throw, 12. Shot Put, 13. Javelin, 14. Long Jump, 15. High Jump, 16. 100 Mts Run. 17.200 mts Run, 18.400 mts run and 19.4 x 100 Relay.
    The following procedure may be adopted in conducting the sports ie., the details of winners at school level to Complex Headmaster, complex level to Mandal Educational Officer, Mandal level to Dy. Educational Officer to conduct Divisional Level and divisional level to Deputy Educational Officer, Headquater of the district. The Deputy Educational Officer at Headquarter level should organise the competitions at district level after Sankranthi holidays and submit the details to the District Educational Officer.
    Gifts should be awarded to winners in each and every stage. The expenditure may be met from the SSA funds and donations received donors. The guidelines should be followed in the handbooks of SSA distributed to all Schools in the State. The winners of Janmabhomi programme also may be selected for District Level Competitions.
    They are therefore requested to take all necessary steps to conduct the above activities in all schools and sports in all levels as mentioned above without any deviations. The Headmasters, Complex Headmasters, Mandal Educational and Deputy Educational Officers are accountable at various levels to organise the above activities events, if any negligence is observed at any level, necessary disciplinary action will be initiated by the department against them.
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