Tuesday, May 1, 2012

G.O No.220 Dated 01.05.2012 Providing 25% to poor students

Primary Education –  RTE Act 2009 -Providing 25% provision for children belonging to weaker Sections & disadvantaged groups for admission in Class I in Private un-aided and aided Schools in the State under RTE Act - Constitution of Committee for finalization of Modalities – Orders – Issued.

                      SCHOOL EDUCATION (PE-SSA) DEPARTMENT

G.O.Rt.No. 220                                                                 dated.01.05.2012                                                                                           Read the following:

         Ref:-   1.  Gazettee of India – Extraordinary - Part II – Section 1, No.39, New Delhi,  issued by  Ministry of Law & Justice on the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory  Education Act, 2009 – (Central Act No.35 of 2009) dt.26.08.2009.
                 2. G.O,Ms.No.44 School Education (PE-Prog.I) Dept, dated.30.07.2010.
                 3. G.O,Ms.No.20, School Education (PE-Prog.I) Dept, dated.03.03.2011.
                 4  G.O,Ms.No.130, School Education (PE-Prog.I) Dept, dated.09.09.2011.
                 5.   From    the  State   Project   Director,  Rajiv   Vidya   Mission(SSA),     A.P.,
                      Hyderabad., C.No.9674/SSA/2012.

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ORDER:-

         Government of  India enacted Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act 2009.  As under Clause (c) of the Sub Section (1) of Section 12 of the Act, all Private Unaided Schools shall admit in   Class I to the extent of atleast 25% of the strength of that class children belonging to weaker sections and disadvantaged groups and provide free and compulsory Elementary Education till its completion. The State
government of A.P have issued orders framing rules for implementation of the provisions of RTE Act vide reference  2nd to 4th  read above.

2.       In   the   reference  5th  read    above,   the   State    Project   Director,   Rajiv  Vidya Mission(SSA), A.P., Hyderabad has stated that recently the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India has given judgment in WP (c) No. 95 of 2010 filed by Society for Unaided Private Schools of Rajastan that all Private unaided schools shall admit 25% Children belonging to weaker sections and disadvantaged groups in Class I every year as per sec 12 (1)(c) of RTE Act 2009 till completion of Elementary Education. As per the said judgment  of the Hon’ble Supreme Court the right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 constitutionally valid and apply to the following institutions.

         i)      a  school    established, owned or controlled by the appropriate Government or a local authority;
         ii)     an aided school including aided minority school (s) receiving aid or grants to meet whole or  part  of  its  expenses from the appropriate Government or the local authority;
         iii)    a school belonging to specified category; and
         iv)     an unaided non-minority school not receiving any kind of aid or grants to meet its expenses from the appropriate Government or the local authority.

3.       Further the    State Project Director, Rajiv Vidya Mission(SSA), A.P., Hyderabad has informed that the Government of  India insisting for finalization of the modalities for implementation of the provision of  25%  and send the proposals to constitute a Committee with certain members for the said purpose.


4.     Government after due consideration of the proposal of State Project Director, Rajiv Vidya Mission    (SSA), AP., Hyderabad hereby constitute a Committee under the Chairmanship of Commissioner and  Director of  School Education with the following members to finalize modalities for implementation of the 25% admissions of Children belonging to weaker sections and disadvantaged groups in Class-I in all Private
Un-aided and aided schools in the State from the academic year 2012-13.

             1.   Commissioner and Director of School Education: Chairman
             2.   Sri K.Ananda Kishore, Consultant TET: Member
             3.   Director, SCERT : Member
             4.   Joint Director (Elementary Education) :  Member
             5.   RJDSE, Hyderabad : Member
             6.   DEO, Karimnagar : Member
             7.   MEO, Farroqnagar, Mahabubnagar:  Member
             8.   State Project Director, RVM(SSA): Member convener


5.    The committee has to submit a report on the following items related to the provision of 25% admission of Children belonging to weaker sections and disadvantaged groups in Class-I in all Private Un-aided and  aided schools in the state from the academic year 2012-13.

              1.  Identification of Private Schools
              2.  Identification of the Neighborhood Schools.
              3.  Admission procedure
              4.  Monitoring mechanism
              5.  Awareness campaign to parents
              6.  Orientation to field functionaries
              7.  Sensitization of Private Schools management


6.    The above committee is requested to submit its report on or before 15.05.2012.

        (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF ANDHRA PRADESH)

                                                              CHANDANA KHAN
                                             SPECIAL CHIEF SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT(PE)

To
The Commissioner and Director of School Education, AP, Hyderabad
The State Project Director, Rajiv Vidya Mission (SSA), AP., Hyderabad
The Director, SCERT, AP., Hyderabad
The Joint Director (Elementary Education), O/o C&DSE, AP., Hyderabad
The Regional Joint Director of School Education, Hyderabad
Sri K.Ananda Kishore, Consultant TET, O/o C&DSE, AP., Hyderabad
The District Educational Officer, Karimnagar
The Mandal Educational Offiicer, Farroqnagar, Mahabubnagar District
Copy to
The Additional Secretary (SE), GOI, MHRD, Dept of School Education & Literacy, New Delhi,

                                   //FORWARDED BY ORDER//

                                                                                 SECTION OFFICE

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