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SCERT -TELECONFARENCE REVISED SHEDULE -PRIMARY UP & High SchoolTEACHERS

Wednesday, 16 August 2017 / No Comments

TELECONFARENCE REVISED SHEDULE -PRIMARY TEACHERS - High school teachers

Teleconference on Learning Outcomes and NAS-2017 Porcedures Primary Level&UP Level & High School Level

SCERT, AP, Amaravati - School Education Department - Orientation to Primary and High School teachers on Learning Outcomes keeping in view of National Achievement Survey (NAS) through Teleconference - 21-8-2017 and 22-8-2017 Primary Level, 23-8-2017 High School Level- Guidelines

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G.O.Ms.No.141,Dt.16.08.2017-PENSIONS – Dearness Relief to Pensioners

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  G.O.Ms.No.141,Dt.16.08.2017-PENSIONS – Dearness Relief to Pensioners with effect from 01.07.2016 – Revised - Orders – Issued. 


Government hereby order the revision of rates of Dearness Relief to pensioners sanctioned in the G.O. 6th read above, raising it by 3.668% from 18.340% of the basic pension to 22.008% of the basic pension from 01.07.2016 in respect of: -  (i) those who retired from service after 01.07.2013 and drawing pension in the Revised Pay Scales, 2015;  (ii) those who retired prior to 01.7.2013 and whose pension was consolidated in the light of orders issued in the G.O. 2nd read above.  2. Government also hereby order the revision of rates of Dearness Relief from 93.304% to 99.296% with effect from 01.07.2016 to the Pensioners who are drawing their pension in Revised Pay Scales, 2010 and not consolidated in terms of the orders issued in the reference 2nd read above.  3. Government also hereby order the revision of rates of Dearness Relief from  222.312 %  to 232.674% with effect from 01.07.2016 to the Pensioners who are drawing their pension in Revised Pay Scales, 2005 and not consolidated in terms of the orders issued in G.O.Ms. No.100, Finance (Pen.I) Department, dated 06.04.2010.  4. Government also hereby order the revision of rates of Dearness Relief from 223.314 % to 232.312% with effect from 01.07.2016 to the Pensioners who are drawing their pension in Revised Pay Scales, 1999 and not consolidated in terms of the orders issued in G.O.(P) No.248, Finance (Pen.I) Department, dated 04.10.2005.

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FORMATIVE - II MODEL QUESTION PAPERS -Social - Maths -English-Hindi-PS

Tuesday, 15 August 2017 / No Comments

FORMATIVE - II MODEL QUESTION PAPERS

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VI-X Social TM            VI-X Social EM       VI-VII Maths           VIII-XMaths
Hindi VI-X                  English VI-X                PS VIII-X EM/TM

FA-II Question Papers I to V Classes

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FA-II Question Papers  I to V Classes 


First Class Formative Assessment -II         Second Class Formative Assessment - II

Telugu - English - Maths                            Telugu - English - Maths

Third Class Formative Assessment - II      Fourth Class Formative Assessment - II

Telugu - English - Maths - EVS              Telugu English - EVS - MATHS

Fifth Class Formative Assessment - II

Telugu - English - Maths - EVS    
 

CCRT -PROGRAMMES (FOR IN-SERVICE SCHOOL TEACHERS/TEACHER EDUCATORS) YEAR 2017-2018

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CCRT -PROGRAMMES (FOR IN-SERVICE SCHOOL TEACHERS/TEACHER EDUCATORS) YEAR 2017-2018

Orientation Course - In-service Teachers -August 21 to Sept. 09, 2017

Workshop on: Role of Puppetry in Education-September 12-26, 2017

Workshop on: Role of Schools in Conservation of the Natural & Cultural Heritage
October 04-14, 2017

Orientation Course - In-service Teachers -Oct. 24 to Nov. 11, 2017

Refresher Course - Role of Pupperty in Education-Nov. 13-18, 2017

Orientation Course - In-service Teachers-Oct. 24 to Nov. 11, 2017

Orientation Course - Teacher Educator -Nov. 20 to Dec. 01, 2017

Workshop on: Role of Puppetry in Education-December 06-20, 2017

Refresher Course - Role of Pupperty in Education-December 18-23, 2017

Orientation Course - In-service Teachers -January 10-31, 2018

Refresher Course (OC) -January 22-27, 2018

Workshop on: Role of Puppetry in Education -February 07-21, 2018

Workshop on:Integrating Craft Skills in School Education - March 06-16, 2018

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PROGRAMMES AT HYDERABAD
 
S.NO.
NAME OF THE PROGRAMME
 

DATES
1.
Refresher Course (OC)

August 21 - 26, 2017
2.
Workshop on: Integrating Craft Skills in School Education

September 12 - 22, 2017
3.
Our Cultural Diversity

October 04 - 14, 2017
4.
Orientation Course - In-service Teachers

November 01 - 21, 2017
5.
Workshop on: Integrating Craft Skills in School Education

Nov. 27 to Dec. 07, 2017
6.
Workshop on: Role of Schools in Conservation of the Natural & Cultural Heritage

December 12 - 22, 2017
7.
Workshop on: Role of Puppetry in Education

January 03 - 17, 2018
8.
Workshop on: Integrating Craft Skills in School Education

February 13 - 23, 2018
 


1. Preparation of Educational Aids:
Teachers design their own educational aids in the form of folios, flow charts, booklets, etc. highlighting the specific objectives of the workshop. For example, during “Socially Useful Productive Work/Work Experience” workshop, a booklet on the steps involved in learning of crafts or in a workshop on “Role of Schools in Conservation of the Natural and Cultural Heritage” an educational aid on comparative studies in Architecture can be prepared. The educational aids aim at an academic approach to the study of art and culture and its input in formal and non-formal education.

2. Selection and completion of Projects :
Based on the theme of the Workshop, the teachers select projects and collect data using survey sheets, resource books for making project reports.

3. Quiz, Educational Games and Audio-Visual Presentations:
For creating awareness of the Natural and Cultural Heritage, selected questions as in Quiz Programmes or Educational games are introduced to the teachers. Audio-visual presentations are also made with this objective in mind.

4. Learning of Crafts:
Local crafts of a region are taught to the participants by traditional craft persons using locally available low cost material.

5. Learning of Songs in Regional Languages :
To foster a spirit of national integration and develop a sense of appreciation for the beauty in music and different languages, selected songs from different regions and languages of India are taught to the participants.

6. Educational visits:
Educational visits to places of historical importance such as monuments and museums, places of natural importance such as zoo and nature parks are conducted during each workshop. Specific Worksheets are designed for these visits to develop skills of observation and create an understanding of the aesthetics and beauty inherent in the natural and cultural environment. The teachers are encouraged to prepare and use similar worksheets while they take their students on such visits. The role of students in conservation of the natural and cultural heritage is also discussed during these visits.

7. Interaction with local school students:
During the workshops, the participating teachers get an opportunity to interact with students from the formal and non-formal stream of education. Such opportunities help the teachers to practice the skills they have acquired during the workshop. Sometimes, the students come to the venue of the Workshop and at other times, the teachers are taken to schools or other institutions.

8. Evaluation:
An evaluation is conducted after each workshop to gauge the comprehension of the teachers and to test their grasp of the knowledge gained. This regular feedback after the training helps in developing approaches and methodologies to improve the training techniques.