GO.40 Aided Teachers Regularisation Norms and Guidelines

GO.40 SCHOOL EDUCATION - Aided Teachers Rationalisation Norms and Guidelines || Guidelines for Aided Teachers Rationalisation
(1)  There shall not be any increase in the number of posts admitted to Grant-in-Aid in a private aided school on account of present rationalization.
(2)  Under the present rationalization, posts will not be shifted from one school to another.  Only surplus teachers of a school will be transferred to other needy schools subject to condition that an equal number of  Sanctioned Aided Posts (SAP) are available and vacant in the needy school within the District.
(3)  The scope and purpose of the present rationalization exercise is limited to promotions of qualified teachers as per seniority in their unit within the District by the Management and transfers of teachers by the management within the district in their respective unit as per MATPP explained in para (5) below and
identification of and transfer of surplus teachers working against aided posts from one school to another by District Level Committee of Rule 8(b) below according to need (MATPP is as explained in (4) and (5) below).
(4)  The District Educational Officer shall work out the requirement of teachers in each private aided school as per the staff pattern norms indicated in Annexure-I taking into consideration the higher enrolment of the school in the preceding two academic years, adopting the DISE Data of the two years viz. 2011-12 and 2012-13 for this purpose. This will be the teacher requirement of the school.
(5)  Then, for the purpose of this rationalization, the requirement worked out under para (4) above shall be limited to  SAP of the school. This will be the Maximum Aided Teacher Posts Permitted (MATPP)  for the school, vide example given in Annexure - III. Thus, the exercise of rationalization as per norms shall be limited only to the number of posts admitted to Grant-in-Aid in the school, i.e., the number of sanctioned aided posts category wise.  In other words, MATPP in this exercise is less than SAP or at the most equal to SAP in each category of post. It is clarified that in case of higher enrolment schools requiring more posts (teachers) than  SAP, the additionally required posts over and above SAP are not provided in this exercise.
(6)  In so far as the Upper Primary Schools and High Schools  are concerned the rationalization exercise shall be category  - wise, namely, HM, S.A. (Maths), S.A. (Science), S.A.(Humanities),  S.A.(1st Language) and SA (2nd Language) SA (PE), SGT, PET, L.Ps, C.I. / D.M./ Music etc., adopting the staff pattern norms in Annexure–I.
(7)  Whenever a transfer of surplus teacher in a school is called for as per the rationalization exercise under these guidelines, the same shall be done in the first instance by obtaining options of the willing teachers / non-teaching staff in the affected school, failing which such transfer shall be done starting from the junior most in the category of post concerned in that school. If a category of post covers 2 or more subjects as in each of SA (Sci) or SA (Maths/Science) or SA (Humanities), etc., the junior most in that subject is to be identified as surplus. For clarity in estimating surplus and deficit teachers for a school see Annexure-IV.
(8)  The following categories of teachers shall be identified as surplus teachers in a school for the purpose of rationalization.
  (i)  All aided teachers working in non-viable schools. A Non-viable school for  this purpose shall be.    
  (a)  Primary School with less than 30 enrolment in I to V Classes.
  (b)  Upper Primary School with less than 30 enrolment   in VI to VII Classes. (For upper primary stage)
  (c)  High School with less than 75 enrolment in VI to X classes.
  (d)  High School having I to V classes with less than 30 enrolment in I to V classes (in respect of only Primary Stage)
  (ii)  In each category of post all aided teachers working in excess over M.A.T.P.P, the surplus teachers are worked out through the formula WT - MATPP = +ve number where WT stands for Working Teachers.
The Positive Number indicates surplus teachers, i.e., number of teachers working is greater than MATPP, for a category of post (vide Annexure-IV).
  (iii)  Aided Teachers of already closed schools, and zero enrolment schools if any, including all aided teachers who are drawing salary from the school but working in other school (s) / offices, etc.
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(9)  The rationalization exercise shall be done in two stages. In Stage-I, initially the promotions of qualified teachers as per MATPP shall be taken up (from SA cadre to HM cadre and then from SGT cadre to SA cadre) by the Management within the unit and within the District by the Management. Then, the resultant identified surplus teachers shall be transferred to the needy schools under the same management by the management themselves with in the unit and within the District with the approval of the committee constituted for this purpose for both promotions and transfers of surplus teachers.
(10)  After completing Stage-I, Stage-II rationalization is to be taken up.
   (a)  In stage – II, the Committee constituted for this purpose in para 8 (b) given below shall effect transfer of surplus teachers to the needy schools, from one management to another within the district, in the order of seniority of the identified surplus teachers after stage-I afresh for each category of post as prepared by the DEO, concerned.
  (b)  Subject to other norms and guidelines, the exercise of rationalization by Stage-II committee (vide para 8(b)) shall be done in such a manner as to ensure the minimum teaching staff for a school as prescribed in
Annexure-II in the first instance (i.e. in the 1 st round of counseling). But in the 1 st round of counseling for surplus teachers listed seniority wise (by the DEO) for each category of post, if no one chooses the vacancy
in that particular school then the committee will identify the last available candidate in that seniority list of that category of post andtransfer him to the needy school concerned. This step indicates completion of first round of counseling. Then the second round of counseling will be taken up for remaining surplus teachers for all other needy schools category wise. The order of counseling shall be SA (M), SA (BS), SA (PS), SA (SS), SA(Eng.), SA (1 st Language), SA (2 nd Language), SA (Phy.Edn.,), SGT, LP (1 st Language), LP (2nd Language), PET  and C.I. in each round. In the second round, each surplus teacher (remaining) has to necessarily opt for a school (notified as needy in a category of post).
(11)  While promoting teachers (from  SA to HM or from SGT to SA) and transferring surplus teachers into vacant posts in needy schools as per MATPP,  foot note instructions given at the bottom of each type of school staff pattern prescribed in Annexure-I shall be followed scrupulously.   While promoting the teachers and transferring the surplus teachers pertaining to SA (Non Language Subjects) of a particular Medium School, care should be taken to post them as per their medium of study in class X or above levels.
(12)   Government have imposed ban on filling up of vacant aided posts/promotions, vide Govt. Memo. No.12080/COSE/A2/2004-4, Education Department Dated: 20-10-2004 and Govt. Memo No.8544/PS.1/2005-3 Education Department dated: 14.11.2005. It is ordered to relax the ban in a limited way in this exercise for the purpose of promotions and transfer of surplus teachers (exclusive to this rationalization only) to the extent of need (MATPP).
(13)  Resultant to this rationalization, if an aided post in an institution is rendered surplus, the same shall stands suppressed on transfer of the incumbent to another aided institution with effect from the date of such transfer.
9.  Procedure for Rationalization in Aided Schools for Aided Teachers:-
   The sequence of rationalization exercise shall be as follows:-
(a)  The District Educational Officer shall first work out and fix the  MATPP in the form prescribed in Annexure-V for each private aided school as per the norms  prescribed in Annexure-I in consultation with management of the school.
(b)  Intra Management Promotions :
The intra management promotions within the schools and within the unit and within the District concerned, shall be effected by the management itself as per the prevailing rules in force in that regard and subject to the  MATPP now worked out for the schools within the same management. The qualifications for teachers shall be as prescribed in G.O.Ms.No.4 Education Department, dated: 09.01.2012. (except for TET Pass qualification and age qualification).
Qualification for non-teaching posts shall be same as those prevailing now.
(c)  Intra Management Transfers:-
  The transfers within the schools under the same management within the unit and within the District shall be effected only for the purpose of moving the teachers identified as surplus in the present exercise to the needy schools, by the management itself subject to availability of sanctioned and vacant aided posts in the needy school.
(d)Inter Management Transfers  shall be done in respect of identified surplus teachers by the Committee Constituted in para 10 (b) below taking into consideration the surplus teachers identified with reference to the M.A.T.P.P. and the need and availability of sanctioned aided posts in the needy schools in two rounds of counseling for each category of post in the District as explained in para 8 [10(b)] supra.
11. Rationalization of Non-Teaching Staff :  
  The principles, guidelines and procedure prescribed in paras 8, 9, 10 above shall be applied mutatis mutandis to the promotions and transfers of surplus aided non-teaching staff working in private aided schools in the State, adopting the norms prescribed in Annexure-VI.
12. Relaxation of ban on promotions etc. 
     The ban imposed in the government orders 2 nd and 4 th read above is relaxed to the limited extent of transfers and promotions required for the present rationalization exercise during the schedule notified by the Commissioner & Director of School Education, Hyderabad, A.P. for this purpose.    
13.    The Commissioner & Director of School Education, Hyderabad shall notify the schedule for the exercise of rationalization in accordance with the provisions of this order and take necessary action in the matter