School Development Plan 2024 Habitation Plan 2024 PDF and Instructions Download

School Development Plan 2023-24 Habitation Plan 2023-24 PDF and Instructions Download. School Education Department has released the School Development Plan and Habitation Plans for 2023-24. All the Schools have to fill the SDP and AWP & UDISE+ Data Capture Format for Academic Year 2023-24.



Habitation plan means:
Habitation plan is a comprehensive education development plan and prepared for education development of Habitation and it is a comprehensive plan for all school age children education development within the habitation.

Government of India have enacted Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) with a view to provide free and compulsory education to all the children in the age group of 6-14 years till the completion of elementary education. Govt. of Andhra Pradesh was formulated RTE Rules on April 10, 2010 and implementing RTE Act in the State

Who can prepare the Habitation plan?

  • o Habitation School Head Master will prepare Habitation Education Plan with support of School Management Committee / Parent Committee.
  • o If habitation has morethan 1 schools, then Mandal Educational Officer will choose one Head Master for preparing habitation education plan.
  • o First Assess the “Habitation level Education Status”.
  • o Habitation level Education Status and School Development Plans to be discussed in Grama Sabhas and Habitation plan in the form resolution of grama sabhas.
  • o All Schools in the habitation must prepare School Development plans.
  • o School Development Can prepare by concern school head master.
  • o Habitation Education plan instructions & guidelines are enclosed in the annexure.

Details of Habitation Plan 

The Habitation Education plan comprises three chapters, consolidated from all school development plans within the habitation.
  • 2) Each habitation, including school-less habitations, must prepare separate Habitation Education Plans.
  • 3) Each habitation is required to submit its education plan to the Mandal Education Officer (MEO). Afterward, the MEO will compile the Mandal Education
  • Plan. Once prepared, the MEO will return the habitation education plans to their respective habitations. Monthly reviews of the plan implementation will
  • be conducted by the School Management Committee/Parent Committee.
  • 4) If a habitation has more than two schools, the MEO will choose one Head Master from the schools to prepare the Habitation Education Plan.
  • 5) During the preparation of Habitation plans, Head Masters need to collect details of children aged 6-19, including total children and out-of-school
  • children, from various schools in the catchment area.
  • 6) During the Grama Sabha, all School Head Masters and Teachers must participate, presenting the student learning levels of their respective schools. They
  • should also explain the implementation of the RTE Act in their schools.
  • 7) Following Grama Sabha resolutions, the Head Master and Grama Sarpanch must sign on chapter 3 of the plan, as per MEO instructions.
Chapter - 1
General Information Chapter 1 includes general information such as population, literacy, and education facilities. Tables 1 to 11 should be filled with details on children.

Chapter - 2
Habitation Education Facilities Chapter 2 consists of information on habitation education facilities. Tables 2.1 to 2.12 should be filled with details on children requiring Transport Allowance, school-age children, enrolled students, out-of-school children, names of out-of-school CWSN children, students' progress, and activities from the previous year.

Escort Allowance to CWSN Children:
Escort allowance of Rs. 300 per month is provided to CWSN children residing in the village who are unable to attend school without support.

Chapter - 3
Discussion Points for Grama Sabha Chapter 3 contains discussion points to be presented in the Grama Sabha. The consolidated information will be placed in front of the Grama Sabha for detailed discussion. Resolutions will be recorded issue-wise.

First Item: Discuss steps needed to establish a new school for school-less habitations to provide education facilities. If a habitation is not viable for a new school, alternatives such as Transport allowance, Residential School, and KGBV will be discussed in the Grama Sabha, and resolutions will be recorded.

Second Item: Strategies to Enrol Out-of-School Children
1. For children aged 6-19 years: Direct enrollment in the school or neighborhood habitation school.
2. For children aged 9-15 years: Propose NRST if a habitation has more than 10 out-of-school children; propose RSTC if a habitation has fewer than 10 out-of-school children.
3. For children aged 16-19 years: If a habitation has never enrolled or has long dropouts, submit proposals to APOS/NIOS.

SCHOOL DEVELOPMENT PLAN (1-12 Classes) 2024-25

RTE Act 2009: Free and compulsory education to all children of India in the 6 to 14 age group.

SAMAGRA SHIKSHA: The vision of the Scheme is to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education from pre-school to senior secondary stage in accordance with the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) for Education.

NEP 2020: Aims to increase the GER to 100% in preschool to secondary level by 2030.

SDG: Goal 4 is the education goal, It aims to “ensure inclusive & equitable quality education & promote lifelong learning opportunities for all”.

Preparation of School Development Plan 2024

A simple and implementable plan for achieving the targets of National Education Policy (NEP) 2020, RTE Act 2009, Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), and the Samagra Shiksha Scheme, while fulfilling the education requirements of the School Catchment area:

Engage Stakeholders:

  •  Initiate participatory planning involving all key stakeholders, including the community.
  •  Establish monthly reviews by School Management Committee (SMC), School Management and Development Committee (SMDC), and Parent committee.
Set Clear Targets:
  •  Define and continuously monitor targets aligned with NEP 2020, RTE Act 2009, SDGs, and Samagra Shiksha Scheme.
  •  Ensure timelines are set for achieving these targets. Short and Long Term Planning:
  •  Develop both short-term and long-term plans.
  •  Short-term plans should focus on immediate goals, while long-term plans address sustained improvements.
Resource Planning:
 Include human, learning, physical, and financial resources in the plan.
 Identify areas for improvement initiatives and school culture initiatives.

Teacher Development:
 Integrate teacher development plans into the overall plan.
 Provide opportunities for continuous professional growth School Development Plan (SDP):
 Collaboratively create SDPs involving principals, teachers, and the School Management Committee.
 Align SDPs with the broader education policies and goals.

Documentation and Sharing:
 Document best practices and successful initiatives.
 Share this documentation within the school community and with other institutions.

Utilize School Report Card:
 Utilize the School Report Card (UDISE 2022-23) from the UDISE+.
 Incorporate the data & information into the School Plan Document for better planning and decision-making.

Continuous Monitoring and Evaluation:
 Implement a robust monitoring and evaluation system to track progress.
 Regularly review and adjust the plan based on feedback and outcomes.

Community Involvement:
 Encourage active participation of the community in decision-making processes.
 Foster a sense of ownership and responsibility towards achieving educational goals.

Budget Proposals for the Academic year 2024-25 (as per Norms)

Component Unit Cost In Rs.Laks
1 Composite School Grant PS & UPS
School Grant (Enrol >= 1 and <= 30)
School Grant - (Enrol > 30 and <=100 )
School Grant - (Enrol > 100 and <= 250 )
School Grant - (Enrol > 250 and <= 1000 )
Annual Grant (up to Highest Class X or XII)
School Grant (Enrol >= 1 and <= 30)
School Grant - (Enrol > 30 and <=100 )
School Grant - (Enrol > 100 and <= 250 )
School Grant - (Enrol > 250 and <= 1000 )
School Grant - (Enrol > 1000)
2 School Complex Grant (If Applicable)
3 Additional Class rooms
Primary/ UPS
4 Additional Sections (If Required) Civil works
5 Sports Grant - Play material (Sports Equipment)
Sports & Physical Education (Primary Schools )
Sports & Physical Education (Upper
Primary Schools )
Sports & Physical Education (Secondary)
Sports & Physical Education (Sr. Secondary)
6 Library Grant
Primary Schools
Upper Primary Schools
Secondary Schools (Upto Class X)
Senior Secondary School (Upto Class XII)
7 Community Mobilization
8 Rashtriya Aavishkar Abhiyan (Maths Kit, Science Kit, Exposure Visits, Quiz etc.,)
9 Youth & Eco Club (Standalone Primary Schools)
10 Youth & Eco Club (Upper Primary)
11 Youth & Eco Club (Secondary)
12 Self Defence Training (for Girl Children)
Rs. 5000 per month for 3 months per school for schools having girls enrolment
in classes VI to XII.
13 ICT Lab (for up & HS only)
Strength <100 Rs. 4.5 Lakhs, Strength
Rs. 2.5 Lakhs,
Enrolment Strength between 100 - 250
Enrolment 250 - 700
6.4 lak
14 Smart Class Room
Non Recurring Grant
Rs. 2.40 lakh
Recurring Grant
0.38 laksh
15 Toilets – Boys
16 Toilets – Girls
17 CwSN Toilets –Boys
18 CwSN Toilets –Girls
19 Incinerator (If Applicable)
20 Sanitary Pad Vending machine (If Applicable)
21 Aids & appliances for CWSN children (If Applicable)
22 Escort Allowance
23 Uniform Grant
24 Transport Allowance
25 Text Books (Govt.)
Text Books (Class I - II)
Text Books (Class III - V)
Text Books (Class VI - VIII)
26 Major repairs
as estimated
27 Minor Repairs
as estimated
28 Furniture
29 Kitchen Shed
30 Boundary Wall
Holistic Report Card for Students (Secondary & Sr. Secondary)
32 Others (Specify)
33 Others (Specify)
34 Others (Specify)
35 Others (Specify)
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School Development Plan Preparation Guidelines

  •  Government and Aided Management School headmasters must develop the school development plan in coordination with their School Management Committee/Parent Committee and submit it to the concerned headmaster, who is preparing the habitation education plan.
  •  Write the school's short-term and long-term goals to achieve the objectives of the RTE Act 2009, NEP 2020, and SDG Goals.
There are 22 items in the school development plan.
1) Section 1 - School Basic Information
2) Section 2 - School Report Card (UDISE 2022-23) (as of 30th September 2022) - School Profile, Staff, Enrollment, Facilities, etc. Particulars should be filled by extracting the School Report Card (UDISE 2022-23) from
the portal by entering the school UDISE code.
3) Section 3 - Students coming from Residential Hostels - Class-wise & Gender-wise student particulars.
4) Section 4 - Out-of-school children Special Training Centers wise details (NRSTC, RSTC, Bhavitha centers, etc.), including CWSN (NRSTC, RSTC) children particulars to be filled.
5) Section 5 - Sanctioned Teacher Posts and Working Teachers, Vacant Teacher Posts, Teachers' qualifications information should be provided. Exclude Class 9th & 10th class teachers from the working position;
show only School Assistant (SA), Language Pandits (LP). For identification of additional teachers, refer to the RTE Act norms in Annexure-II. Also, provide details of Existing Teachers' Education Qualifications,
Professionally Trained & CPD Training status.
6) Section 6 - Teachers Pupil Ratio, Teacher Classroom Ratio, and Student Classroom Ratio.
7) Section 7 - Expenditure, Funds inflow, and utilization in the school.
8) Section 8 - Children with Special Needs (CWSN) children details.
9) Section 9 - Students' average attendance.
10) Section 10 - Quality education issues and strategies to resolve issues related to quality education.
11) Section 11 - Teacher’s training requirements.
12) Section 12 - Students Information for distributing the Uniform.
13) Section 13 - Children with Special Needs – Aids & Appliances.
14) Section 14 - Basic Infrastructure Facilities.
15) Section 15 - List of activities conducted during the year 2023-24 and achievements.
16) Section 16 - Budget Proposals for the Academic year 2024-25 (as per Norms).
17) Section 17 - RTE Act 2009 Implementation and Present status.
18) Section 18 - Implementation of School safety programme.
19) Section 19 - Swachha Vidyala Mission.
20) Section 20 - School Health activities.
21) Section 21 - Action Plan for Short Term Goal.
22) Section 22 - Action Plan for Long Term Goal.


Plan preparation in the following manner
  •  Simplicity and Implementability
  •  Alignment with National Education Policy (NEP) 2020, RTE Act 2009, Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), and Samagra Shiksha Scheme
  •  Fulfillment of education requirements in the school catchment area
  •  Participatory planning involving key stakeholders, including the community, with monthly reviews by SMC/SMDC/Parent Committee
  •  Continuous achievement of targets according to timelines for a robust future for our children
  •  Development of short and long-term plans by the school
  •  Inclusion of human, learning, physical, and financial resources, improvement initiatives, school culture initiatives, teacher development plans, and
  • educational outcomes in the plan
  •  Creation of School Complex Development Plan (SCDP) by principals and teachers of the complex and School Complex Management Committee
  •  Documentation and sharing of best practices