Rc 279 AP UP High Schools Timings Subject Wise Weightage Work Load

Rc 279 AP UP High Schools Timings Subject Wise Weightage Work Load. Rc. No. 279/B/C&T/SCERT/2015 Dated: 7-7-2015 and Rc. No. 279/B/C&T/SCERT/2015 Dated: 9-7-2015 AP Upper Primary Schools, High Schools Timings, Subject Wise Weightage and Subject Teachers Work Load Released by DSE AP Hyd. The Existing Pattern of 9 Periods of School Time Table in UP and High Schools has been revised to 8 Periods. from 2015-16 and according to the revised pattern the New Work Load and Weightage Subject wise is released. Details are as follows:
Rc 279 AP UP High Schools Timings Subject Wise Weightage Work Load

Rc 279 AP UP High Schools Timings Subject Wise Weightage Work Load

All the District Educational Officers in the State are informed that, the existing 9 period pattern of school time table for Upper Primary Schools and High Schools have been revised into 8 periods pattern of school time table and workload from the year 2015-16 for effective implementation of overall development of learner based teaching learning process , keeping in view of the RTE recommendations.The details are as follows:

Upper Primary Schools (VI - VIII) Class Timings

First Bell : 9.00 AM
Second Bell : 9.05 AM
School Assembly : 9.05 - 9.15 AM (10 minutes)
First Period : 9.15 - 10.00 AM (45 minutes)
Second Period : 10.00 - 10.45 AM (45 minutes)
Break : 10.45-10.55 AM (10 minutes)
Third Period : 10.55 - 11.40 AM (45 minutes)
Fourth Period : 11.40 - 12.25 AM (45 minutes)
Lunch Break : 12.25 - 1.15 PM (50 minutes)
Fifth Period : 1.15 - 2.00 PM (45 minutes)
Sixth Period : 2.00 - 2.40 PM (40 minutes)
Break : 2.40 - 2.50 PM (10 minutes)
Seventh Period : 2.50 - 3.30 PM (40 minutes)
Eighth Period : 3.30 - 4.10 PM (40 minutes)

School timings for High Schools (VI to X)

First Bell : 9.30 AM
Second Bell : 9.35 AM
School Assembly : 9.35 - 9.45 AM (10 minutes)
First Period : 9.45 - 10.30 AM (45 minutes)
Second Period : 10.30 - 11.15 AM (45 minutes)
Break : 11.15-11.25 AM (10 minutes)
Third Period : 11.25 - 12.10 AM (45 minutes)
Fourth Period : 12.10 - 12.55 AM (45 minutes)
Lunch Break : 12.55 - 1.45 PM (50 minutes)
Fifth Period : 1.45 - 2.30 PM (45 minutes)
Sixth Period : 2.30 - 3.15 PM (45 minutes)
Break : 3.15 - 3.25 PM (10 minutes)
Seventh Period : 3.25 - 4.05 PM (40 minutes)
Eighth Period : 4.05 - 4.45 PM (40 minutes)

Further they are informed that, the following is teacher workload as per RTE Norms:

Time Table Subject Wise Weightage and Work Load for VIII-X Classes

( Regular periods- 37 other periods -11 total = 48 periods)
Subject No. of periods in a week Classes VIII, IX & X Total Subject periods in a week Other periods (value Edn, Art Edn, Work Edn, Library) Total
Periods
Telugu 5 15 Periods 15 6 21
Hindi 4 12 Periods 12 8 20
English 5 15 Periods 15 5 20
Mathematics 7 21 Periods 21 - 21
Physical  Science 5 15 Periods 15+ 1 Lab Period = 16 5 21
Biological Science 4 12 Periods 12+2 Lab Period = 14 7 21
Science Laboratory 1 3 Periods
(1 period each class)
- - -
Social studies 5 15 Periods 15
(3 Cotemporary  issues- seminar)=18
2 20
Social studies (Cotemporary  issues- seminar) 1 3 Periods
(1 period each class)
- - -
Physical Education 3 9 periods 9 periods - 9
Value Education 2 6 periods
Art Education 2 6 periods
Work Education 2 6 periods
Library 2     6 periods
Total 48

Time Table Subject Wise Weightage and Work Load for VI-VII Classes

( Regular periods- 34 other periods -14 total = 48 periods)
Subject No. of periods in a week Classes VI & VII Total Subject periods in a week Other periods (value Edn, Art Edn, Work Edn, Library) Total
Periods
Telugu 5 10 Periods 10 4 14
Hindi 4 8 Periods 8 6 14
English 5 10 Periods 10 4 14
Mathematics 7 14 Periods 14 - 14
Science 6 12 Periods
(B.S. Teacher VI class
6 periods,
12 (2 lab)=14
(B.S. Teacher
VI class
6 periods +
1 lab period = 7,
B.S. Teacher 7 periods  
14
P. S. Teacher VII class
6 periods)
 P. S. Teacher
VII class 
6 periods +
1 lab period = 7)
P.S. Teacher 7 periods
14
Science Laboratory 1 2 Periods
(1 period each class)
2 - -
Social studies 5 10 Periods 10
(2 Cotemporary  issues- seminar)=12
- 12
Social studies (Contemporary  issues- seminar) 1 2 Periods
(1 period each class)
2 - -
Physical Education 3 6 Periods - - 6
Value Education 3 6 Periods - - -
Art Education 3 6 Periods - - -
Work Education 3 6 Periods - - -
Library 2 4 Periods - - -
Total 48

Subject Teacher Wise Work Load

Subject Teacher VI , VII Periods VIII, IX, X Periods Total Workload
Telugu Teacher 14 21 35
English Teacher 14 20 34
Hindi Teacher 14 20 34
Maths Teacher 14 21 35
Physical Science Teacher 14 21 35
Biological Science Teacher 14 21 35
Social Teacher 12 20 32
Total 96 144 240

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, the 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.

18 comments:

  1. Thank u sir for giving valuable information

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  2. Sir we getting Rc. No. 279/B/C&T/SCERT/2015 Dated: 7-7-2015 proceedings when we download

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  3. Sir please provide Rc. No. 279/B/C&T/SCERT/2015 Dated: 9-7-2015 PDF file link

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  4. Sir
    Allotment of work load to subject teachers is irrational and senseless. How can they allot Art education, Value education, Work education and Library to subject teachers. Why not this Govt. wanted to appoint teachers for these non curricular subjects. Allotment of work load to Physical education is just and only 15 where as science teachers has to teach 35 periods in a week. What this Govt. thinking I don't understand. There are difficult concepts and many activities are there to explain and experiment. Under RTE, do a Physical Science teacher need to teach Art Education, Wok education etc?. Please discuss. It is truly unfair on part of the education department. Time to time different work loads and different job charts. From Physical Science teachers you want his services to teach Mathematics to teach just lower classes (Aren't they eligible to teach higher classes?) but they won't allow for stepping up of pay with Mathematics subject teacher. Support and fight for injustice.

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  5. needs some more revisions. yet mistakes existed. officers should take more care before issuing prgs.

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  6. more essential for physical science periods per week to raise 7periods for classes 9th&10th.

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  7. This is irregular .how is it possible to complete maths in 7 periods? How to allot 35 regular periods to only a maths teacher? how to allot only 23& 25 regular periods to BS&PS teacher? what is the need to modify old workload? Is maths teacher unable to teach other periods? Is PS teacher unable to teach maths? Is BS teacher unable to teach 6&7 science? this is sense less . so modifications essential .Finally it is better to allot 10 periods to maths & need to sanction another maths post.

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  8. How many maximum periods can be alloted to a Hindi Gr-I&Gr-II teacher.
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  9. How many maximum periods can be alloted to a Hindi Gr-I&Gr-II teacher.
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  10. Sir would you please put new blue print of English subject for 9th class which they shown on maa TV ,which is going to implement next year for s.s.c too

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  11. what is subject wise work load in 6 to 8 cl UP schools. plz publish

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  12. what is subject wise work load in 6 to 8 cl UP schools. plz publish

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