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DIRECTOR OF SCHOOL EDUCATION ANDHRA PRADESH HYDERABAD

RIGHT TO INFORMATION ACT, 2005

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INFORMATION UNDER RULE 4 (I)(b) OF RIGHT TO INFORMATION ACT, 2005 Commissioner/Director of School Education is the Head of the Department of School Education. The Department of School Education is the biggest among 200 departments in the State. The annual budget of the department is about 4,000 crores and it is 1/10 of the total budget of the State. The number of

Government employees working in the department are about 2.5 lakhs and are 1/5th of the total Government employees in the State. The department is

concerned with primary, secondary and teacher education in Andhra Pradesh.

Objectives: Ø To provide access to school education to all the children in the age group of 5 ­ 15 years. Ø To enroll all school age children in the schools. Ø To retail all the children in the schools. Ø To ensure quality in education. Ø To develop life-skills among children. Ø To provide Mid-Day meal to children in primary and upper primary schools under Government, Local Bodies and Aided managements. Ø To provide free text books to all the children of class I to V studying in the schools under Government, Local Bodies and Aided Managements.

Ø To provide free text books to all the children of Classes VI to X belonging to BC, SC and ST studying in the school under Government, Local Bodies and Aided Managements. Ø To provide in-service training to the teachers to ensure quality for updating their knowledge and improving their competencies and ensure quality in teaching. Ø To strengthen and maintain standards of Pre-service Teacher Education Programmes to produce quality teachers Ø To ensure community participation in strengthening school system.

ORGANOGRAM

DIRECTORY OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF DIRECTOR OF SCHOOL EDUCATION S. No.

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Employee No.

Surname

Kavoori chilakala

Name

Pronothi Suhasini

Designation

Addl. Director (Coordination)

Asheervada vara Prasad Addl. Director (MDM) Sudhakar Radha Reddy Pullaiah Jagannatha Reddy Pushpalatha Julia Hemnalini Jansi Shoban Abbulu Anuradha Jayashree Jayaprada Mrs Ghousia Begum Mohana Krisnaiah Parthasaradhi Ramakrishna Rao Venudhar Rao Satyanarayana Amjad Pasha Anjaneya Mudiraj Chenna Rayudu Chinmayee Chittithalli David Raj Kumar Devadarshan Govardhan Joint Director (EE) Joint Director (VE) Joint Director (S) Spl.Officer (Text Books) Dy.Director (MC) Dy.Director (OS) Chief Accounts Officer Asst. Director(VE) Asst. Director (P) Asst. Director (P&C) Asst. Director (Ele) Special Officer (URDU) Asst. Director Asst.Director(Plg) Asst. Director(F) Asst. Director(MC) Asst. Director (Sec) Superintendent Superintendent Superintendent Superintendent Superintendent Superintendent Superintendent Superintendent Superintendent Superintendent Superintendent

Bangaru Mummadi Cheemala Seri Ravela Ballikurava Kalvakolam_Adi 9 Raju 10 111-01045180-113 Nagabathula 11 111-30015073-111 Nagarajan 12 111-13055177-111 Kotamraju 13 111-04125374-111 Yellapragada 14 111-09026291-111 null 15 111-15065375-112 Pokuru 16 Pullela

17 111-24015171-111 Kotturu 18 111-05085273-111 Sudhana 19 111-16115171-111 Jakkula 20 111-29055580-111 Shaik 21 111-01075276-121 Dandu 22 111-15075071-117 Desoju 23 111-10086081-112 Gadepalli 24 111-18065474-111 Mettapanta. 25 111-15036183-112 Yarlagadda 26 111-16065375-111 Tummala 27 111-18026080-111 Narayana

28 111-26115683-111 Kalyanasundaram Gowri Sankar 29 111-25055581-111 Kadiyala 30 111-01065076-116 Ayyagari Koppeswararao Nagasuryam

31 111-09085783-113 Thirumalanadhuni Nageswara Rao 32 111-12125686-112 Srimat Tirumala 33 111-10085782-112 Yellapragada 34 111-07065281-112 Gudipudi 35 111-01015780-117 Deval 36 111-20055382-111 Karra 37 111-15115380-112 Nagawaram 38 111-10095381-112 Venkatayogi 39 111-15065181-112 Vydyabhushana 40 111-20105278-111 Gudla 41 111-14086388-112 Nandanavanam 42 111-01015881-112 Simhadri 43 111-03036383-111 Chitharanjandas 44 111-15045982-111 Guda Madineni Naga 45 111-22106082-111 Venkata 46 111-20045880-111 Jally 47 111-21115175-111 Vundavalli 48 111-27055780-111 Lakkamraju 49 111-01045583-112 Desai 50 111-10086082-111 Sivalanka 51 111-23064984-111 52 111-01076791-123 53 111-25045681-111 54 111-27045489-112 55 111-26086483-111 56 111-28095271-111 57 111-15065482-112 Vemuri Murari Sriramdas Bellamkonda Nibhanupudi Vinjamoori Yellanti Narasimha Chary Nalini Mohan Prasadarao Raghavender rao Rajeswara Sarma Raghavendra Rao Ramanujam Rama Raju Ramani Satya Sudha Samba Siva Rao Shankar Shashirekha Sreenivasa Rao Sudhakarbabu Samrajyam Sita Rama Raju Vasanthamma Venkata Naga Krishna Venkata Subrahmanyam Venkatalakshmamma Venkataramana V S Narasimhacharyulu Venkata Durga Prasad Vijaya Kumar Venkatarathnam V Subrahmanyeswara Rao Yadaiah Devender Gangadhara Raju Prabhu Kumar Venkateswarlu Venkateswarlu Aruna Bai B.Bhavani

Superintendent Superintendent Superintendent Superintendent Superintendent Superintendent Superintendent Superintendent Superintendent Superintendent Superintendent Superintendent Superintendent Superintendent Superintendent Superintendent Superintendent Superintendent Superintendent Superintendent Superintendent Superintendent Superintendent Superintendent Superintendent Superintendent Superintendent Superintendent Superintendent Auditor Auditor Auditor Auditor Auditor Assistant Statistical Officer Assistant Statistical Officer

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67 111-09057399-111 Yalakaturi 68 111-10045889-114 Manepalli 69 111-26076392-112 Kollu 70 111-14056490-111 Madineni 71 111-05026692-113 Varikuti 72 111-09066892-111 Nandu 73 111-13116489-113 Singu 74 111-04026481-111 75 111-04057901-112 76 111-02055069-111 77 111-14086484-113 78 111-12106093-111 79 111-01047397-114 80 111-10015779-111 81 111-27087196-114 82 111-01046296-115 83 111-22115275-111 84 111-22106079-111 85 111-10085684-114 86 111-10076588-114 87 111-14085588-112 88 111-12025883-112 89 111-24125583-111 90 111-15075783-113 91 111-15086696-121 92 111-10124974-113 93 111-09117192-111 94 111-10036588-112 95 111-16047193-111 96 111-27105786-111 97 111-18107903-111 98 111-12075380-111 99 111-10076283-112 100 111-09105175-111 101 111-16115784-111 102 111-15065886-119 Syed Medakker null Dhandi Pasala Madigani Md. Mamidi Pinapaka Upadhyayula Kondapalli Jammalamadaka Dr Lakkaraju Godugula Muthnuri Maturi Sindhe Potluri Avasarala Gorla Cherukuri Muthyala Mekala Apuri Rajula Thorahathula Katukuri Gudimella

Reddeppa Naidu Saradamma Suguna Venkateswara Rao Venkateswarlu Vijaya Lakshmi Yoganand Abdul Rawoof Arun Kumar Basheer Ahmed Bharathkumar Chinnaiah Dhanamma Fareeduddin Gnaneshwar Jyotshna Kamakshi Krishna Kumari Kameswararao Krishna Phani L P Anil Kumar Lilly Swarna Sukumari Malleshwaram Mohan Rao Nagamani Nagaratnam Panini Pattenna Chowdary Poornachander Rao Philips Vinaya Kumar Praveen Kumar Priyakumari Radha Raghunadhareddy Raja Mannaru Ravishanker Rajeshwara Sharma Ramesh Babu

Assistant Statistical Officer Assistant Statistical Officer Assistant Statistical Officer Assistant Statistical Officer Assistant Statistical Officer Assistant Statistical Officer Assistant Statistical Officer Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant

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Sonnaila Aliminati Pula Aysola Sirasati Katuri Maddala Vasi

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129 111-31086596-111 Guddanti 130 111-03116390-111 Bethireddy 131 111-02056792-111 132 111-03046587-113 133 111-06075683-112 134 111-01085983-114 135 111-20015685-111 136 111-05056286-113 137 111-10095890-112 138 139 111-05065789-113 140 111-10066294-111 Maddula Arla Siripuram Kanugovi Barli Panchumarthy Kapilavayi Kamatam D Yericherla

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Raju Ramesh Kumar Ranga Sai Purnachander Rao Sailaja Bai Sandhya Sarath Babu Srinivasarao Subrahmanya Eswara Prasad Surya Prabhakara Rao Suma Bhanu Sunitha Satyanarayana Sailaja Samba Siva Prasad Seeta Maha Lakshmi Shafat Hussain Shiva Krishna Sreenivasa Reddy Srinivas Suryanarayana Murthy Sujatha V N P Dakshinamurihy Vanaja Venkata Bhanu Vara Prasad Venkata Laxmipathi Reddy Vidyalatha Vijaya Vijaya Kumar Vijayasimha Vijaya Kumar Lakshmi Vitaleswari Viswanatham Yadagiri Appi Reddy Vanisurekha Gulam Mohammed Falahuddin Amod Khambete Chandrashaker Durgarani Jaya Madhuri Joseph

Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Sr. Asst. Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant Senior Assistant U.D.Steno Junior Assistant Junior Assistant Junior Assistant Junior Assistant Junior Assistant Junior Assistant

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Jonna Vellore Krishna Rajan Bhaskara Vittala Jambula Vadapalli Neermarga Poleboyina Dharanagar Changalapattu Mogulothu Chemitiganti Tarini Giddi Devosthu Aligi Nandi Malladi Paramkusham Sankaramanchi Gugulothu Balla Potluri Nakka Srirama Murkoti Gandi Kakarla Putnala Valiyayeettil null Yatam M.A. Nagelli Neelam Mohammad Gauroju Mohammad Gundada Merugu Mukkera Rachamalla Nagabushi

Indira Mohan Rajan Venkata Nagamadhavi Naramada Bai Nagi Reddy Ranga Rao Raghupathi Sai Sobhan Raju Srinivas Srinivasulu Thukaram Ramanand Venkata Ram Babu Venkata Ramana Murthy Apparao Naidu Anajali Bai Kavitha Krishna Mohan Reddy Lazaru Naveenkumar Babji Ramachandramurthy Saida Satyanarayana Siva Nageswara Rao Suresh Vara Kumar Madhavi Bhoomaiah S R N Challa Rao Vishnu Vardhan Haridas Mohammed Ibrahim Ramesh Jabbar Krishna Anil Kumar Sameer Ajay Kumar Azam Babaiah Bala Gopala Prasad Balalingam Balraj Basavaraj

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Aluru Rajoli Vantapati Thadimalla Kolisetty Uma Tangirala Gopisetti Chinta Mohammed Bogi Sama Valiyaveetil Bhaskaram Nair

Yadagiri Srinivasulu Narasimharao Anandkumar Uma VPSR Sundar Venkata Radha Krishna Raol Rajasekhar Iqbal Bhoopal Rajender Reddy Haridas

Senior Accountant Senior Accountant Senior Accountant Senior Accountant Senior Accountant Senior Accountant Senior Accountant Senior Accountant Junior Accountant Junior Accountant Junior Accountant Sharaff

PLAN SCHEMES ­ 2007-08

I. Centrally Sponsored Schemes (100%): 1. Operation Black Board Introduction: It is 100% Centrally Sponsored Scheme. Under implementation of the National policy on Education 1986, it was decided to provide minimum required facilities to Primary Education, by providing Teaching Learning Material, two additional teachers and at least two Pucca Classrooms with separate Toilets for Girls and Boys, including drinking water facility. Year of starting : 1987 Objectives: To provide at least 2 pucca rooms with a varandah usable in all climatic conditions with separate toilets for girls and drinking water facilities. To provide additional teacher preferably a woman in all single teacher primary schools.

· To provide Teaching Learning Material such as a Toys, Black

Board, Maps, Chairs, Library facilities etc. Description : As per the National Policy on Education, it was decided to provide minimum requirements to Primary Education like Providing Pucca Class rooms, Additional Class teachers preferably woman teachers and providing of TLM as well as drinking water and separate toilets for Boys and Girls. During IX FYP 10,000 Primary School Teachers were appointed. The number targeted during X FYP is 10,000 third teachers in U.P. Schools and Primary and Upper Primary Schools are to be provided with TLM. At present the scheme of providing teaching learning material is in operation and an amount of Rs. 12.00 lakhs has been provided in B.E 2007-08 for payment of pending bills under supply of Teaching learning material to Primary schools (IV ­ Phase). Components: Providing teaching learning material (Toys, Black Board, Furniture, Games equipment, Chalk pieces, etc.) Unit cost: Rs.40,000/- per school for supply of TLM. Districts Covered: 23 Districts

Beneficiaries: Students of Primary and Upper primary schools. Budget :

Year Budget Allocation (Rs. in lakhs) Releases Physical Target

2007-08

12.00

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17148 Primary schools (IV-phase)

DRAWAL PROCEDURE Head of Account 2202-01-800-10-(10) Procedure of Form Drawl of Funds no. DV Bill or as per 58 B.R.O of Finance Dept. Drawing Officer AAO in O/o DSE / AD in O/os DEOs

Guidelines: The teaching learning material is supplied to the needy schools in a phased manner. Amount is provided for pending payments any.

Proforma The details of the scheme to be submitted by the DEOs to the Director of School Education. Name of the District: i) Details of sanctions:

Balance Remarks Sl. No. Name of the Scheme Number of schools in the District to which TLM. Supplied. Total amount received in Proceedings/ GO No. and date Amount received Amount utilized

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Proforma for Utilisation Certificate: i) Financial Achievements: Date:

Certified that an amount of Rs. . . . . . . (Rupees in words) . . . . . . . . ... .. . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . ) received from the Director of School Education, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad vide sanction orders No. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .dated .. . . . . . . . . under O.B.B. scheme (Phase . . ) vide D.D. No. . . . . dated . . . . . . ... . for Rs. . . . .. ). Certified that the above amounts have been deposited in the account of . . . . at . . . . . in A/C No. . . . . Certified that a sum of Rs. . . . . . . . was utilized for the purpose for which it was sanctioned and leaving a balance of Rs. . . . . from out of the above grant of Rs. . . . . Signature of the DEO ii) Physical Achievement: Certified that the items . . . . . . .(indicate name of the items) procured from the sanctioned amount in DSE's Proc. Rc.No. . . . . . . . dated . . . . ... under O.B.B. scheme (Phase . . ) was distributed to . . . . . . . . number of Schools, and leaving balance of items . . . . . . . and preserved at . . . . Signature of the DEO

2. Integrated Education for Disabled Children Introduction: This is a 100% Centrally Sponsored Scheme started during 1992-93 by Government of India (MHRD) to provide equal educational opportunities to children with mild / moderate disabilities in regular schools. Andhra Pradesh State has been implementing the scheme for hearing impaired and visually impaired children since 1992. Year of starting: 1992-93 Objectives: · To integrate the disabled children in regular school system. · To facilitate their retention by providing some facilities and aids and appliances. · To develop in them the life skills and encourage them to face life with confidence. Description: The children are given some facilities like clothing, Books & Stationery, transport allowance, escort allowance, readers' allowance etc. Special teachers trained in teaching in a particular disability are provided in the school as Resource Teachers. Funds for the activities are provided by Government of India on submission of proposals and Utilization Certificates for pervious installment. Andhra Pradesh has been implementing this scheme for two categories of disabled children Viz., Hearing impaired and Visually Impaired children through 115 regular schools out of the total sanctioned 161 schools in all the districts of the State.

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The scheme is implemented by admitting mild/moderately hearing impaired and visually impaired children in regular schools (Government schools and aided schools). A resource room is allotted in the school for the scheme where all the resource material for teaching the special children will be available. A Resource Teacher who is specially trained in teaching children of specific disability is appointed in the school. The special children are exempted from studying and writing examination in II and III languages. They are trained by the Resource Teachers before and after they participated in the regular classes. To facilitate their study in regular school, Govt. of India have given facilities viz. books and stationery, conveyance allowance, totaling to Rs.1100/- per annum. The regular teachers in the school are given orientation on disabilities and teaching techniques in special kind of teaching under training component of the scheme. The scheme has flexibility of having a cluster of schools for implementation instead of a single school. 8 children of one disability can have a Resource Teachers supervision and monitoring of the scheme is done by staff of IEDC cell

by means of visiting the schools and obtaining the progress reports from the schools. Components : Facilities to children ­ Annual Assessment camps for disabled children ­ as per need Aids and Appliance to children ­ Every 5 years Training and orientation to regular teachers of IEDC schools Annual Providing of Resource Material to school ­ one time non recurring Construction of Resource Room where a room cannot be allowed in the school ­ one time non- recurring Salaries and honorarium for Resource Teachers Salaries of Staff in IEDC Cell District visits domestic travel Unit cost: Ø Facilities to children ­ (Annual) - Rs.1,100/- per annum Ø Assessment camps for disabled children ­ as per need Rs.150/per child per annum Ø Aids and Appliance to children ­ Every 5 years ­ upto 2000/maximum Ø Training and orientation to regular teachers of IEDC schools ­ Rs.6,000/- per annum Ø Providing of Resource Material to school ­ one time non recurring ­ Rs.30,000/Ø Construction of Resource Room where a room cannot be allowed in the school ­ one time non- recurring - Rs.50,000/Ø Honorarium for Contract Resource Teachers ­ Rs.4,400/-PM Ø Salaries as per scales. Districts Covered : All the 23 districts Beneficiaries : i) Hearing-impaired Children= 1011 ii) Visually impaired Children = 506 Total No. of beneficiaries Budget:

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Physical Target 1517 children

Year 2007-08

Budget Allocation (Rs. in lakhs) 212.17

Releases

DRAWAL PROCEDURE Head of Account 2202-01-800-10-(15) Procedure of Drawl of Funds Salaries, DV Bill & GIA bill or as per B.R.O of Finance Dept. Form no. 47 58 & 102 Drawing Officer AAO in O/o DSE / AD in O/os DEOs

Guidelines: The detail guidelines are issued by the GOI. The main Guidelines are as follows :Ø Integrated Education for Disabled Children centers should be opened in regular schools under Government sector. Ø Each IED center should have minimum 8 children of one category of disability to provide a resource teacher. Ø The IED schools should admit mild or moderately hearing Impaired and visually Impaired Ø The children in IED schools have to be granted Rs. 1100/- every year towards facilities viz., Conveyance allowance § Books and stationary and § Clothing Ø Appointment of resource teachers in the new programme should be made by the school education committees and in their absence the recommended authority as per Government orders issued earlier. Ø The resource teachers should have minimum qualification of Intermediate and Diploma in special education in the concerned disability. Ø Every IED school should have a Resource Room for taking special classes for the special needs children Ø Aids and Appliances are to be issued to the needy disabled children once in five years. Ø The contract resource teachers in the new programme of the scheme are eligible for an Honorarium for 10 months @ Rs. 4400/- per month. Ø The children who are staying for off places from IEDC schools may be given boarding and lodging facilities near the IEDC schools. Ø NGOs who are implementing IEDC scheme have to send their proposals for financial assistance through districts level commits to Government of Andhra Pradesh and not to Government of India as was the practice before and the proposals reach the Government of A.P., at the earliest. Ø All the proposals for financial assistance for the scheme for the next year should reach GOAP by 31st November of the current year so than they may be forward to GOI by 31st December of current year.

Proforma

Details of the scheme of IED. to be submitted to the Director of School Education

1 2 3 Name of the district Number of centers functioning (category wise) Center- wise (mention existing & new centers separately) requirement with particulars of enrolment of children. (a) Facilities (b)Need of Assessment (Number of children to be assessed) (c) Issue of aids and appliances (d) Resource room equipment : : : : : :

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(e) No of Regular Teachers to be trained /oriented 4 5 6 Whether a room can be spared in the school for Resource room Whether it is a Government owned school building Salary/ Honorarium paid up to (along with a copy reconciled statement of expenditure & UC's) Amount sanctioned during the month (2006-2007) Amount Utilized Unspent balance if any

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Proforma The details of the scheme to be submitted to the Director of School Education District: Year : Month: No. of Resource Sl. No. of Centres No. of Centres No. of students teachers working. No. sanctioned covered 1 2 3 4 5

Signature of the DEO UTILISATION CERTIFICATE An amount of Rs. ______________ (Rupees ______________________ ________________________________________________________ only) allotted against the amount of Rs. ______________ sanctioned/released, being 1st/2nd/3rd/4th Quarter during the year ____________ under the scheme of ______________________________________________ (CSS/State/Matching) vide G.O. No. ______, Dated __________ and proceedings No. _____________ Dated __________, has been utilised for the purpose for which it was sanctioned and balance amount of Rs. ______________ (Rupees ____________________ ____________________________ only) will be adjusted in future grants. Signature of the DEO Date: Place :

3. Assistance to Hindi Pandits in Non ­ Hindi Speaking Areas. Introduction : This is a 100% centrally sponsored scheme with an objective of developing Hindi Language in Non ­ Hindi speaking areas. Year of starting : 1992 - 93 Objectives : To develop Hindi language in Non Hindi Speaking areas. To provide support to the state Government in Non ­ Hindi speaking areas by way of appointment of Additional Hindi Teachers. To strengthen Hindi Teachers Training Colleges in the state for effective implementation of three language formula . Description : In the year 1992-93 under centrally sponsored scheme, the Government of India have proposed to give financial assistance to Hindi Pandits appointed in Non-Hindi speaking states to encourage Hindi language in the state. Components : Salaries, T.A., Other Office Expenses. Unit cost : Salary scheme ­ @ Rs. 1,11,456/- p.a. for each Grade I Hindi Pundit @ Rs. 84,552/- p.a. for each Grade II Hindi Pundit

Districts covered : 23 districts in the state.

Beneficiaries : 50 Grade I Hindi Pandits, 200 Grade II Hindi pandits Statement showing District wise allotment of posts of Hindi pandits Grade ­I &II

S.No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Name of the District Srikakulam Vizianagaram Visshakapatnam East Godavari West Godavari Krishna Guntur Prakasham Nellore Cuddapah Chittoor Anantapur Kurnool Mahabubnagar Ranga Reddy Hyderabad Medak Nizamabad Adilabad Karimnagar Warangal Khammam Nalgonda Total Grade-I Post 3 2 6 2 1 6 3 8 7 5 -1 6 50 Grade-II post 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 21 21 21 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 450 Total 19 22 19 19 22 24 21 20 19 26 19 22 25 30 26 21 20 20 20 20 20 21 26 500

Budget:

Year 2007-08 Allocation (Rs.in lakhs) 317.87 Releases Physical Target

Gr.I Hindi Pandits =50 Gr.II Hindi Pandits= 450

Drawal Procedure Head of Account 2202-01-800-10-(16) Procedure of Drawl of Funds Salaries, DV Bill or as per B.R.O of Finance Dept. Form no. 47, 58 Drawing Officer AD in O/os DEOs

Guidelines : The State Govts/UT Administration in non-Hindi speaking areas will be required to review the existing position of Hindi teachers and facilities for training of untrained Hindi teachers available in the State/UT and formulate suitable proposals based in their future requirements. The proposals thus formulated shall be submitted to the Ministry of Human Resource Development (Department of Education), New Delhi well in advance for the approval of Govt.of India. While submitting proposal for establishment/strengthening of Hindi teachers' Training colleges, the State/UT concerned shall send a copy thereof to the Director, Kendriya Hindi Sandthan,Agra also who will furnish his comments/recommendations thereon to Govt of India. The Government of India shall examine the proposals received from the State Govts/UT Administrations in consultation with the State Govts/Ut Administrations. The States/Uts shall on the basis of the proposal approved by the government of India, initiate action for implementation of the approved programmes. Simultenously,the govt. of India shall provide financial assistance, on approved pattern, to the State Government/UT Administrations for implementation of the approved programme subject to confirmation from the concerned State /UT about proper and full utilization of earlier grants and the progress of implementation. At the end of the financial year, the State govt . Shall have the accounts in respect of grants received form the Government of India audited through the concerned Accountant General and submit audited statement of accounts to the Ministry of Human Resource Development (Department of Education) promptly along with the statement of physical achievements made during the year. The Grantin-aid in the subsequent years shall be released on receipt of the audited statement of accounts along with the progress report of the physical achievements. MONITORING AND EVALUATION. The Kendriya Hindi Sansthan shall be responsible for the monitoring the evaluation of implementation of the scheme. They will be required to submit quarterly progress reports indicating, inter-alia, the short falls, if any. On the basis of the feed ­back received from the Kendriya Hindi Sansthan, appropriate remedial, measures shall be taken for effective implementation of the Scheme.

Proforma-I Name of the Scheme : Assistance to Hindi Pandits in Non ­Hindi Speaking Areas. District : Year: Month:

Sl. No.

Name of the School

Number of posts of Hindi Pandits

Number of Hindi Pandit Posts proposed Under this Scheme who are qualified Grade-I Grade-II

Remarks of the forwarding authority

Sanctioned

Working

Signature of the DEO

4. Supply of Science Kits to Upper Primary Schools. Introduction: This is a 100% Centrally Sponsored Scheme introduced by Government of India to provide quality education in Science and Mathematics through supply of Science Kits to Upper Primary Schools, Up-gradation and strengthening of Science Laboratories in Secondary Schools, Library assistance to schools, training to Science and Maths teachers. Year of starting : 1989-90 Objective : To provide quality education in Science and Mathematics in U.P. schools. Description : The activity under this scheme is to Procure and supply of Science kits to 940 Upper Primary Schools. Components : Supply of Science kits teachers. Unit Cost and Training to Maths and Science

: @ Rs.2,400/- per school

(In Rupees)

Districts Covered : 17 Districts Sl.No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Name of the District Vishakapatnam East Godavari West Godavari Krishna Guntur Prakasham Nellore Cuddapah Chitoor Ananthapur Kurnool Mahaboobnagar Khammam Warangal Adilabad Ranga Reddy Hyderabad Total

No.of Schools 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 59+1 940

Amount per School 2,400/2,400/2,400/2,400/2,400/2,400/2,400/2,400/2,400/2,400/2,400/2,400/2,400/2,400/2,400/2,400/2,400 +1,400

Beneficiaries: 940 U.P. School students. Budget: Year 2007-08 DRAWAL PROCEDURE Head of Account 2202-01-800-10-(20) Procedure of Form Drawl of Funds no. DV Bill or as per B.R.O of Finance 58 Dept. Drawing Officer AAO in O/o DSE / AD in O/os DEOs

(Rs in Lakhs)

Allocation 22.55

Releases -

Physical Target

To supply Science & Maths kits to 940 UPS in 17 Dists.

Guidelines: Ø The Science Kits are supplied to the needy schools in a phased manner. Ø The Government in GO.Ms.No. 8 Edn. (Prog.I) Dept., dated 0405-1999 have issued guidelines for purchase of Supply of science kits. Under all schemes implemented by School Education Department including OBB, NFE, DIETs, Science Education etc., and there are 3 committees constituted for procurement of Supply of Science Kits. o School committees at school level. o District level committee at district level. o State level committee at state level. 3) As per the above G.O. the District Level Committee will purchase Science equipment / Science Kits at District Level Proforma Year: Name of the Scheme : Supply of Science Kits to Upper Primary schools.

Sl. No. Number of schools in the District 2 Number of schools to which Science Kits spplied 3 Total amount received in Proceedings /GO No. and date 4 Amount received Amount utilized Balance

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Proforma Utilization Certificate: i) Financial Achievements: Certified that the grant of Rs. . . . . . . (Rs. . . . . . . ) received from the DSE, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad as per the sanction orders No. . . . . . . dated under the scheme of. . . . . vide D.D. No. . . . . dt. .... for Rs. . . . .. Certified that the above amounts have been deposited in the account of . . . . at . . . . . in A/C No. . . . . Certified that a sum of Rs. . . . . was utilized for the purpose for which it was sanctioned and leaving a balance of . . . . from out of the above grant of Rs. . . . . Signature of the DEO ii) Physical achievement: Certified that the items . . . . . . .(indicate name of the items) procured from the sanctioned amount in DSE's Proc. Rc.No. . . . . . . . dated . . . . ... under the scheme of. . . . . . was distributed to . . . . . . . . number of Schools, and leaving balance of items . . . . . . . and preserved at . . . . Signature of the DEO

Remarks

Balance

Name of the Item Supplied

Quantity received

Quantity distributed to the schools

5. Area Intensive Programme Introduction: National Policy on Education 1986 re-iterated in 1992 on Education of Minorities, Department of Education, Government of India have suggested Area approach in School Education for the upliftment of Educationally Back Ward Minorities and formulated a scheme of "Area Intensive Programme" under the programme of action 1992. It is a 100% Centrally Sponsored Scheme. Year of Starting: 1998-99. Objectives of the Scheme: To provide basic Educational infrastructure and facilities in the areas of concentration of Educationally Backward Minorities which do not have adequate provision for Elementary and Secondary Education. Description of the Scheme: Under this scheme (9) Schools in Kurnool District were identified for construction of school buildings, additional classrooms and providing of toilet facilities during the years 1998-99 to 2001-02. An amount of Rs. 85.82 lakhs was sanctioned for this purpose. Later, this scheme has been extended in the State from the year 2002-03 onwards duly identifying (9) blocks viz., Musheerabad in Hyderabad District, Kurnool, Nandyal and Atmakur in Kurnool District, Kadapa and Rayachoty in Kadapa District, Kadiri in Anantapur District, Bodhan in Nizamabad District, Zaheerabad in Medak District. The following are the activities being taken-up under this scheme. o Establishment of Primary and Upper Primary Schools. o Strengthening of Educational Infrastructure and Physical facilities in the Primary and Upper Primary Schools; and o Opening of multi-system residential High Schools for Girls. Component: Construction of-Additional Classrooms. Providing-drinking Water. Toilet facilities. Providing Electricity. Supply of Computers. Teaching/Learning Material. Construction of Residential School Buildings.

Unit Cost:

For construction of each Classroom @ Rs.1.40 lakhs, For Providing drinking water @ Rs.0.30 lakhs for each school; For providing Toilets in each school @ Rs. 0.25 lakhs; For providing Electricity in each school @ Rs. 0.05 lakhs; For providing Computers in ech school @ Rs. 0.40 lakhs; For providing TLM @ Rs. 0.50 lakhs; For Construction of each Residential School Building @ Rs.100.00 lakhs.

Districts Covered: The identified blocks in Six Districts viz., Hyderabad (2) Medak (3) Nizamabad (4) Kadapa (5) Anantapur and (6) Kurnool. Beneficiaries: Under this scheme the infrastructure facilities provided are (1) 1810 ­ Additional Classrooms, (2) Providing of drinking water for 963 schools, (3) Toilet facilities in 1317 schools, (4) Provision of Electricity in 1230 Schools, (5) Providing of Computers in 214 Schools, (6) Teaching Learning Material for 158 Schools and (7) Construction of buildings for 5 residential schools. Budget: Year

200708

Allocation(Rs in Lakhs)

600.00

Releases

-

Physical Target

385 Class rooms, 250-Schools for providing drinking Water etc.

Drawal Procedure : Head of Account 2202-01-800-10-(21) Guidelines: Primary and upper Primary schools under Government and Local bodies are selected in the identified blocks in the following priorities:

All the exclusive Urdu Medium schools All the parallel Urdu medium Schools Schools having enrolment of more number of minority students. Exclusive girls schools and the schools / sections having more enrolment of girls should be given priority in the above three categories while selecting the schools. Only Primary and Upper Primary schools are eligible under the scheme. The schools having power supply and accommodation and safety should be selected for providing computers in addition to the criteria.

Procedure of Form Drawl of Funds no. GIA or as per 102 B.R.O of Finance Dept.

Drawing Officer AAO in O/o DSE / AD in O/os DEOs

Only Upper primary Schools are to be selected for providing TLM as per the above criteria. All the Components should be provided via school at a stretch if required Already covered schools should be eliminated if all components are provided.

Proforma UTILISATION CERTIFICATE An amount of Rs.______________ (Rupees _______________________ ___________________________________________________________ only) allotted against the amount of Rs. ______________ sanctioned/released, being 1st/2nd/3rd/4th Quarter during the year ____________ under the scheme of ______________________________________________ (CSS/State/Matching) vide G.O. No. ______, Dated __________ and proceedings No. _____________ Dated __________, has been utilised for the purpose for which it was sanctioned and balance amount of Rs. ______________ (Rupees ____________________ ____________________________ only) will be adjusted in future grants. Signature of the DEO Date: Place:

6. Supply of Science Equipments to Secondary Schools Introduction: This is a 100% Centrally Sponsored Scheme. The scheme is formulated to provide science equipment and library books to upper primary schools, secondary schools apart from training of teachers in science and mathematics. Year of starting: 1994-95 Objective : o To Supply of Science equipment to Secondary Schools o To provide library books for U.P and secondary schools Description: Under this scheme it was proposed to supply Science equipment to 532 Secondary Schools in 8 districts and also to provide library books for Upper Primary and Secondary schools. Components : 1. Supply of Science equipment 2. Providing library books. Unit Cost : Rs.90,000/- per school Amount per School (Rs) 90,000/90,000/90,000/90,000/90,000/90,000/90,000/90,000/36,000/Total Amount Rs 59,40,000/59,40,000/59,40,000/59,40,000/59,40,000/59,40,000/59,40,000/62,10,000/36,000/4,78,26,000/-

Districts covered : 8 Districts. Name of the No.of Sl.No District Schools 1 Vishakapatnam 66 2 East Godavari 66 3 West Godavari 66 4 Krishna 66 5 Guntur 66 6 Ranga Reddy 66 7 Hyderabad 66 8 Khammam 69+1 Total Budget: Year

Allocation (Rs. in Lakhs)

532

Beneficiaries : 532 Secondary school students. Releases 200708 478.26 Physical Target 532-Secondary Schools in 8 Dists.

Drawal Procedure : Head of Account 2202-02-800-10-(13) Procedure of Drawl of Funds DV Bill or as per B.R.O of Finance Dept. Form no. 58 Drawing Officer AAO in O/o DSE / AD in O/os DEOs

Guidelines: The teaching learning material is supplied to the needy schools in a phased manner. The Government in GO.Ms.No. 8 Edn. (Prog.I) Dept., dated 0405-1999 have issued guidelines for purchase of science equipment under all schemes implemented by School Education Department including OBB, NFE, DIETs, Science Education etc., and there are 3 committees constituted for procurement of Science equipment. School committees at school level. District level committee at district level. State level committee at state level. 3) As per the above G.O the District Level Committee will purchase Science equipment / Science Kits Proforma The details of the scheme to be submitted by the DEO to the Director of School Education Name of the scheme

Sl. No. Name of schools in the District to which the Science Equipment is supplied 2 Name of the item supplied Proceedings /GO No. and date in which Amount Sanctioned 4 Amount Sanctioned Amount utilized Remarks 8 8 Remarks Balance 5 6 7 6 7 Balance Quantity distributed to the schools

Year:

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Sl. No. Name of the Scheme 2 Number of schools to which equipment Supplied 3 Name of the Item 4 Quantity received

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Proforma Utilization Certificate: i) Financial Achievements: Certified that the grant of Rs. . . . . . . (Rs. . . . . . . ) received from the C & DSE, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad as per the sanction orders No. . . . . . . dated under the scheme for .... . . . Quarter vide D.D. No. . . . . dt. .... for Rs. . . . .. Certified that the above amounts have been deposited in the account of . . . . at . . . . . in A/C No. . . . . Certified that a sum of Rs. . . . . was utilized for the purpose for which it was sanctioned and leaving a balance of . . . . from out of the above grant of Rs. . . . . Signature of the DEO Date: Place: ii) Physical achievement: Certified that the items . . . . . . .(indicate name of the items) procured from the sanctioned amount in DSE's Proc. Rc.No. . . . . . . . dated . . . . ... under the scheme for .... . . . Quarter was distributed to . . . . . . . . number of Schools, and leaving balance of items . . . . . . . and preserved at . . . . Signature of the DEO

7.Modernisation of Madarasa Education Introduction: A scheme of Modernization of Madarasa Education is implemented with 100% Central Assistance under which the grant-inaid is provided to traditional institutions like Madarsa/Maktabs for introducing modern subjects like Mathematics, Science, Social Studies and English. Year of starting: 1996-97 Objectives: To encourage traditional institutions like Madarsas and Maktabs by giving financial assistance to introduce Science, Social Studies, Maths, English and Hindi in their curriculum.

Description: The High Power Panel on Minorities set up by the Government of India as emphasized the need for Modernisation of Madarasa Education system, as the religious institutions like Maktabs and Madarsas can play a useful role in imparting general and technical education to the students. The group on minority education set up by the Department of Education in 1990 suggested formulation of this scheme for Minorities Welfare. The consensus of the group is that the scheme should be purely voluntary and fully funded by the Central Government. Components: Honorarium/ Salary of teachers . Unit cost: An amount of Rs. 3000/- P.M. per teacher shall be provided to each Madarsa under this scheme. Districts Covered: 23 districts. Beneficiaries: The teachers teaching modern subjects in Madarsas are benefited under this scheme. Budget :

Year 2007-08

(Rs in Lakhs)

Allocation 70.00

Releases -

Physical Target 194 Teachers.

Drawal Procedure : Head of Account 2202-02-800-10-(14) Procedure of Form Drawl of Funds no. GIA or as per B.R.O of Finance 102 Dept. Drawing Officer AAO in O/o DSE / AD in O/os DEOs

Guidelines: Voluntary Organisations/Societies/Trusts registered under the control of State Government Act/Wakf Board and in existence for 3 years shall be eligible to apply for assistance under this scheme. The applications received from organisations are placed before the State Level Committee for its consideration and forwarded to Government of India.

UTILISATION CERTIFICATE An amount of Rs. ______________ (Rupees ______________________ ___________________________________________________________ only) allotted against the amount of Rs. ______________ sanctioned/released, being 1st/2nd/3rd/4th Quarter during the year ____________ under the scheme of ______________________________________________ (CSS/State/Matching) vide G.O. No. ______, Dated __________ and proceedings No. _____________ Dated __________, has been utilised for the purpose for which it was sanctioned and balance amount of Rs. ______________ (Rupees ____________________ ____________________________ only) will be adjusted in future grants. Signature of the DEO Date: Place:

8. Development of Sanskrit Education Introduction: This is 100% Centrally Sponsored Scheme started to develop the Sanskrit education in the state by providing financial assistance to schools / NGOs. Year of starting: 1999-2000 Objective: To develop and propagate Sanskrit Education in the State by various methods ie., Modernization of Sanskrit Patashala, Scholarships to students studying Sanskrit language in High/ Higher Secondary Schools, appointment of non language experts in Sanskrit Schools, financial assistance to eminent Sanskrit Pandits in indigent circumstances. Description: The Central Government have proposed a scheme of development of Sanskrit Education to develop and propagate the Sanskrit language in the state by various methods i.e Modernisation of Sanskrit Patashala, Scholarships to students studying Sanskrit language in High/ Higher Secondary Schools, appointment of non language experts in Sanskrit Schools, financial assistance to eminent Sanskrit pandits in indigent circumstances. Components : GIA towards Salaries, Other GIA Unit cost : Salaries to Hindi Pandits as per rules. Districts covered : 23 District in the State. Beneficiaries : Students. Budget:

Year

(Rs in Lakhs)

Allocation

Releases

Physical Target

2007-08

10.00

Students of Pastashalas.

Sanskrit

Drawal Procedure : Head of Account 2202-05-103-10-(08) Procedure of Drawl of Funds GIA Or as per B.R.O of Finance Dept. Form no. 102 Drawing Officer AAO in O/o DSE / AD in O/os DEOs

Guidelines : Proposals for development of Sanskrit for research/ research project in Sanskrit received from Deemed Sanskrit University, N.G.O's (Register bodies) who have at least five years of continuous work in the field of Sanskrit development, duly recommended by the state government will be covered under the scheme. Proposal from deemed Sanskrit universities need not be routed through state government. In addition to proposal recommended by state government, proposal recommended by Rashtriya Sanskrit sansthan central universities of Sanskrit namely Sri Lal Bahadur Shastri Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapeetha, New Delhi and Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapeetha , Thirupati for Grant of financial Assistant to N.G.O.'s under the scheme would be accepted. Such assistance would be limited by the following two conditions. No NGO will receive more than Rs. 20.00 lakhs per institution, per project, subject to a maximum of three projects in a financial year. This limit would not however apply to deemed Sanskrit Universities. Release of funds to NGOs. may be made in two installments with the first to comprise 75% of the assistance approved. UTILISATION CERTIFICATE An amount of Rs. ______________ (Rupees _____________________________________________________________________ ____________ only) allotted against the amount of Rs. ______________ sanctioned/released, being 1st/2nd/3rd/4th Quarter during the year ____________ under the scheme of ______________________________________________ (CSS/State/Matching) vide G.O. No. ______, Dated __________ and proceedings No. _____________ Dated __________, has been utilised for the purpose for which it was sanctioned and balance amount of Rs. ______________ (Rupees ____________________ ____________________________ only) will be adjusted in future grants. Signature of the DEO Date: Place:

9. Improvement of Urdu Education

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Introduction: It is 100% Centrally ponsored Scheme. As per the recommendations of the Committee for Promotion of Urdu, Government of India has decided to launch a Centrally Sponsored Scheme of "Appointment of Urdu Teachers and grant of honorarium for teaching Urdu in the State/Union Territories" on 100% financial assistance. Year of starting: 2001-2002 Objectives: The objective of the scheme is to provide financial support to the State/ Union Territory Governments for appointing Urdu Teachers and honorarium to existing teachers for teaching Urdu to the students, with a view to improve Urdu in the State/Union Territories, wherever necessary. Description: The scheme is implemented in the Blocks/Districts of concentration of Educationally Backward Minorities identified by Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, Government of India. Component: Honorarium/ Salary admissible of state Unit Cost: Average cost of the post (SGT) Rs. 7806/- per month. Districts Covered: The scheme is being implemented in the identified (9) blocks of (6) Districts by Government of India viz., (1) Musheerabad (Hyderabad District), (2) Zaherabad (Medak District), (3) Bodhan (Nizamabad District), (4) Kadiri (Anantapur District), (5) Rayachoty & Kadapa (Kadapa District) and (6) Nandyal, Kurnool and Atmakur (Kurnool District). Beneficiaries: The Urdu Teachers working in Urdu Medium Schools in the identified Blocks/Districts as concentration of Educationally Backward Minorities. Budget:

Allocation (Rs in Lakhs) Year 2007-08 70.18 Releases Physical Target 78 Teachers

Drawal Procedure :

Head of Account 2202-01-800-10-(29) 2202-02-800-10-(20) Procedure of Drawl of Funds Salaries, and GIA Form no. 47, 102 Drawing Officer AAO in O/o DSE / AD in O/os DEOs

or as per B.R.O of Finance Dept.

Guidelines: The States/Union Territory Governments are required to review the existing posts of Urdu Teachers and facilities for teaching of Urdu available and formulate suitable proposals for future requirements. UTILISATION CERTIFICATE An amount of Rs. ______________ (Rupees _____________________________________________________________________ ____________ only) ______________ sanctioned/released, being 1st/2nd/3rd/4th Quarter during the year ____________ under the scheme of ______________________________________________ (CSS/State/Matching) vide G.O. No. ______, Dated __________ and proceedings No. _____________ Dated __________, has been utilised for the purpose for which it was sanctioned and balance amount of Rs. ______________ (Rupees ____________________ ____________________________ only) will be adjusted in future grants. Signature of the DEO Date: Place:

II.MATCHING SCHEMES 10. Scholarships to Talented Children from Rural Areas Introduction: This scheme is a Centrally Sponsored Scheme with the sharing pattern of 75% : 25% of funds between the Central Government and the State Government. Year of starting: 1971 ­ 1972 Objective: To achieve equalization of Education opportunity and to develop potential talent among the children from rural areas at the secondary stage by educating them in standard schools. Description: Scholarships are provided for talented children from rural areas under centrally sponsored scheme (with central share and state share) in A.P.R.E.I. Society, Hyderabad previously (upto 1995-96) with a view to achieve equalization of Educational opportunity and to develop potential talent among the children from rural areas, at secondary stage. Now this has been de-linked from A.P.R.E.I. Society, Hyderabad and is being administrated by the School Education Department from the year 1996 ­ 1997 by selecting candidates from the toppers of VII class Common Examination, block wise and category wise. The scholarships are being awarded to the Residential and Day scholars. Components Scholarships will be provided to the students who are selected from the toppers of VII Class Common examination conducted every year at District Level (Block-wise, Category-wise) ( 331 Blocks ). Unit Cost: Rs. 250/- per student per months for 10 months in a academic year.. Districts Covered: 23 Districts in the State.

Beneficiaries: 1351 Students (331 blocks x 12 students in each block) . S.No. Categories No. of Scholarships Per each/ /Block 1 General Category 04 2 Children of Land less Labour 02 3 Scheduled Castes 02 20% or more SC population 01 5 Scheduled Tribes 03 Total of each Block 12 Budget:

Year 2007-08 B.E. Allocation (Rs. in lakhs) Central State Total 30.00 10.00 40.00 Physical Target 1351 Students

DRAWAL PROCEDURE Head of Account 2202-01-800-10-(12) 2202-02-800-06-(12) 2202-02-789-06-(14) 2202-02-796-06-(15) Guidelines: For issuing Scholarships to the students of IX class in rural areas under the scheme will be selected from the following:Block ­ wise merit list prepared on the basis of state level Special examination conducted by the Government of the state for the students studying in the designated schools in rural areas who have passed the VIII standard.

OR

Procedure of Drawl of Funds Scholarship Bill or as per B.R.O of Finance Dept.

Form no. 103

Drawing Officer AAO in O/o DSE / AD in O/os DEOs

Block ­ wise merit list prepared on the basis of marks obtained in the VIII class examination for students studying in the designated schools in rural areas. Back Ground: The Scholarships Scheme for Talented Children from Rural Areas at the Secondary Stage is an on ­going scheme since 1971 ­ 72 with the objective to achieve equalization of educational opportunities, and to provide fillip to the development of talent from rural areas by educating talented rural children in good schools. The scheme were

implemented as Centrally Sponsored scheme up to IX plan . The Department has merged these scheme to from the " NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIPS SCHEME " for implementing with in the approval outlay of Rs. 52.00 crores during X plan . The Revised Scheme prescribes charges in the eligibility criteria and rate of scholarships etc. Objective: The objective of the scheme is to provide financial assistance to the meritorious students of rural areas studying in classes IX and X. Scope: The Scholarships for classes IX and X are available for schools in rural areas in Government Schools, in each development block. The scholarships will be awarded by the Government of State / UT in which the applicant is domiciled or passed the examination based on the result of which he/she has been awarded the scholarship. The schools in rural areas will be identified by the state Government /UT Administration. Allocation Of Scholarships: Two Scholarships are provided for the 9th class per block to the meritorious students studying in schools in rural areas. The break-up of 5381 blocks in rural areas amongst various States/Uts in India is at Annexure ­ I . Thus , in all 10762 scholarships will be awarded to students of rural areas. The number of scholarships and amount earmarked for providing scholarships to students studying in schools in rural areas cannot be diverted to students studying in schools situated in urban areas. The students for scholarships in the IX class in rural areas under the scheme will be selected from the following: Block ­wise merit list prepared on the basis of state level special examination conducted by the Government of the state / Union Territory for the students studying in the designated schools in rural areas who have passed the VIII standard. OR Block ­ wise merit list prepared on the basis of marks obtained in the VIII class examination for students studying in the designated schools in rural areas.

Coverage and eligibility: (i) The Scholarships for classes IX and X will be open to students studying in schools in rural areas only. However, the scholarships from class IX to post ­ graduate level will be available throughout the state on state ­wise merit basis for Indian Nationals. (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) Only those students who obtained 60% or more marks in aggregate in the science. The Students shall not receive any other scholarship/ stipend for a course of study for which he is in receipt of National Merit Scholarship. A students in full time employment will not be eligible of a scholarship. A Scholar under the scheme while availing scholarships can enjoy fee concession given by the institution in which he is studying . Candidates studying privately or in unrecognized institutions will not be eligible for scholarships . However , students studying in regular correspondence courses will be eligible subject to fulfillment of the condition regarding employment etc. laid down under the scheme. Candidates who have passed qualifying examination in a year prior to the year of award of scholarships will not e eligible for consideration.

(vii)

Selection Procedure: (i) The examining bodies will draw up a merit list of scholar ( Annexure ­ III) likely to be eligible for scholarships within five weeks after the announcement of results of the examinations by the Boards/ Universities of all students . For rural students , the state Government if will prepare block ­ wise merits list of students on the basis of marks obtained in VIII class in rural areas. The income of the students parents will be taken into account before preparing the list. The Boards / universities in the state/UT will write to the eligible students from the top of the merit list equal to double the number of awards available ( to provide fro possible refusal and ineligible cases) through a registered letter to confirm within 15 days that he/she is prepared to accept the National Merit Scholarship. For students studying in rural schools based on the block ­ wise merit list prepared , the district collector will write similar letters.

(ii)

(iii)

The candidates form whom replies are not received within 15 days will not be considered for scholarships and the award will be given to the next eligible candidates in the merit list. The Boards/Universities in the state/ Uts will send a list of selected candidates to the state Government / Uts Administrations within a maximum period of 10 weeks from the date of declaration of results. The District authorities will send the list of selected students from rural schools in each block in the state / UT within a maximum period of 10 weeks from the date declarations of results.

(iv)

(v)

The Boards / Universities District Administration in the state / Uts will send to each candidate selected for award of scholarships. Entitlement Card. Income Affidavit form and Statement of Particulars. (vii) The selected scholar shall present the Entitlement Card Annexure ­ IV, income Affidavit form Annexure ­ V, and statement of particular Annexure- VI duly filled in to the Head of the institution joined by him . The Head of the Insinuation will complete the Entitlement Card and send it to the Director of Collegiate Education/ Higher Education / Secondary Education /Public Instruction/ Education Department of the State/Uts as the case may be, who will make the final selection

(viii) The Office of the above department of the State government / UT Administration will arrange to pay scholarships money to the scholar on receipt of the joining report Annexure ­ VII along with the completed " Statement of Particulars" and income Affidavit. (ix) If the State /Uts Government concerned does not receive the joining report from the candidates duly signed by the Head of Institution, within 30 days from the date of closure of admission in the institution, the case for award scholarships to him will not be considered. The scholarships will then be offered to the next eligible candidate in the merit list.

Tenability: (i) A Scholarships under the scheme has to be availed of in the year it is made is said scheme for the duration of the course subject to fulfilling eligibly criteria.

(ii)

The holder of a National Merit Scholarship is free to study a higher course in any recognized institution any where in India, and the responsibility for the payment of his scholarship will continue to be that of the State Government or the UT Administration in whose jurisdiction he is domiciled or passed the examination based on the result of which he /she has been awarded the scholarship.

Rate of scholarships: The rate of scholarships with effect from 1-4-2004 are a s under: Sl.No Name of the course 1 9th and 10th class ( in rural areas) Rate of scholarships ( Rupees per month) Rs. 250/-

Parental income ceiling: Scholarships will be paid only to those students whose parent's/ Guardian's income from all sources does not exceed Rs.1.00 lakh per annum , for categories under the scheme. The income of father, mother , guardian ,husband in the case of married unemployed girl students will be taken as income. In the case of parents/ guardians drawing salary , the Dearness Allowance, city Compensatory Allowance. House rent allowance, Conveyance allowance, Interim relief and overtime allowance etc, shall not be include in determining the income. Deputation allowance , Honorarium , special pay and Bonus etc, shall however be treated as income. Income certificate is required to be taken once only, i.,e., at the time of admission to a course even if its duration is more than one year. The Scholarship once awarded will continue and it will be renewed from year to year till the completion of the course for which the award has been made. A fresh income certificate each year, will not be called for provided the scholar fulfils all other terms and conditions stipulated for the renewal . Any increase or decrease in income in subsequent years will not also be considered for the purpose of the scheme.

(i) (ii)

(iii)

(iv)

Holding in abeyance an award: 1. An award made under the scheme may be allowed to be held in abeyance for not more than one academic year if:Ø The candidate is unable to join the next course due to prolonged illness. Ø The candidate is unable to get admission in higher course of his choice. Ø The candidate is unable to join the next higher course due to circumstances beyond his control e.g. flood , death in family etc. 2. An award may also be allowed to be held in abeyance if the candidate is underage to join the next higher course . This will be permitted only till such time as the candidate attains the prescribed age for admission. If an award is made tenable after the period during which it has been kept in abeyance , it will be done only if the scholar fulfils other conditions of the scheme. The State Government / Uts administrations will decide all such cases themselves.

3.

Duration of scholarships and its renewals: A Scholarships under the scheme is renewable form year to year within the same state of education . For example the scholarship awarded to a students in 9th class in rural area can be renewed for the 10th class. The renewal will depend on promotion to the next class provided the scholar secures 60%. If a scholar is unable to appear in the annual examination owing to illness and or on account of any unforeseen event, the award may be renewed for the next academic year on submission of medical certificate and other proof to satisfy the Head of the institution who will certify that the students would have passed with 60% or 55% marks respectively as stated above had he appeared in the Examination. If a scholar gives up the chosen course of study before its completion or if he changes the course of study with out the approval of the state Government/ Uts Administration the scholarship will be cancelled . Good conduct and regularity in attendance are also required for continuance of the scholarship. The decision of the state Government / UT Administration will be final and binding in all such matters scholarship once cancelled will not be revived in any circumstance.

Payment of scholarship: The payment will be made by the state Government / UT Administration in whose jurisdiction the scholar passed the examination based on which he was awarded the scholarships. ii) The state Government / Uts Administration will disburse scholarship amount to the selected scholar within one month from the date of receipt of the list of awarded from the Board / Universities/ Authority in the State . UTs . iii) The payment of scholarship will start from the month the admission is obtained. In case of renewals of scholarship for succeeding year / years the payment will be made from the month following that for which, the scholarship was paid during the previous academic year. The Scholarship will be paid for a period of 10 months in an academic year. The state government will issue sanction for payment of scholarship to the eligible students in favour of the Head of the Institution concerned whether within or outside the state. The disbursement of scholarship to students studying outside the state , the state Government will issue the demand draft in favour of the concerned Head of the Institution payment to in institution will be made in advance in one installment covering the entire academic year for all the scholars to whom scholarship is due. Each state Government and UT Administration will ensure t hat the Head of the Institution have actually disbursed the amount correctly to the scholar. The Head of the Institution have to submit by the end of the financial year to the respective State Government certificate of Utilization of the amount provided for giving scholarship will full details of names , claim , amount etc. State Government may approach Central Government for release of funds on the basis of approx .numbers of scholarships , and inform full details of Utilization immediately after disbursement and the detail regarding the number of scholarships proforma. The State Government will inform the government of India the information regarding the number of scholarships awarded , the details of students and fund disbursed in the enclosed Performa Annexure ­ VIII.

Miscellaneous : The practice of awarding the certificate of unit and one time Rs. 100/- to meritorious students , who become ineligible due to income of parents of exceeding Rs.1.00 lakh has been discontinued. The Government of India will meet expenditure incurred by the state/Uts Government towards selection of students, giving publicity or for award of scholarships under the scheme. The areas where schools are situated will be deemed as urban or rural as notified by the state Government from time to time under the relevant statute. The full cost of scholarship is met by the Government of India every year without any state liability. However, the state Government are expect to send their proposal will in advance so as to disburse the scholarships to the students within 2/3 months of the start of the academic session. Number of blocks in Andhra Pradesh: 331 Number of scholarships to Andhra Pradesh: 1351

11. Continuance of D.I.E.Ts. Introduction: This scheme is converted to Matching Scheme with the 50% Central and 50% State share from the Annual Plan 2007-08 Year of starting: 1987-88. Objectives : · · · · The main objective of the scheme is to improve the facilities for pre-service and in-service teacher training for Primary Teachers in D.Ed. course. Strengthening of infrastructure in all 23 existing DIETs. Non-recurring assistance for Equipment for all existing DIETs. Grants for staff salaries, programme activities and contingencies for 23 existing DIETs.

Description: Under this Scheme, Government of Andhra Pradesh has upgraded 23 Teacher Training Institutes as District Institutes of Education and Training (DIETs) and one Tribal Teachers Training Institute at Utnoor as Sub-DIET in a phased manner during the year 1987-88 to 1989-90 with 100% central assistance. The Tribal Teacher Training Institute at Araku is functioning as TTI. 23 DIETs in the state provide both pre-service and in-service teacher education. D.Ed., training is offered to Students every year. Components: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Pre-service training to D.Ed., In-service training Programmes, Action Research Faculty Development Providing Equipment and Civil works.

Unit cost: As per Perspective Plan. Districts covered: 23 Districts. Beneficiaries : Teacher educators and training students. Budget:

Year Budget Estimates (Rs. in lakhs) Releases

2007-08

3279.90 86.92 (Buildings)

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Drawal Procedure :

Head of Account 2202-01-107-10-(11) Procedure of Drawl of Funds Salaries, DV Bill Form no. 47, 58 Drawing Officer Prl. DIET

or as per B.R.O of Finance Dept.

break-up is as follows:

Item Salaries to staff members Conducting in-service programmes Faculty Development Purchase of machinery primary Office expenses Civil works Financial target (Rs.in lakhs) training for prePhysical target 1105 Staff 345 ----23 DIETs

The following activities come under each item: Salaries to staff members: Staff salaries of DIETs­ teaching and non-teaching etc. Conducting in-service training programmes: Development of material on non-scholastic areas SUPW/ART Edn./Phy.Edn. Printing and distribution of material Training to MRG's on non-scholastic area Work shop for development of locally relevant Curricular material (language/EVS) Printing of local relevant curricular material Training to DRG's on locally relevant curricular material Work shop for development of material to Headmasters on School complexes Printing of material on School complexes Training to HMs on School complexes Training to Resource group on utilization of Maths kit Training to resource group on utilization of Integrated Science kit Work shop to teachers on Translation of Tribal dilect into Telugu Printing of Translated material Orientation programme to Teachers who are working in Tribal areas Training programme to resource group on EVS Training resource group on IED Preparation on Test items for Elementary Edn., to resource groups Training to resource group on development of English language skills Capacity building to CRC Secretaries/Asst. Sec. etc.

Faculty Development: Exposure visit of Teacher Educators Training programme to Teacher Educators Conduct of seminars Reference books Research work Organization of workshops etc. Purchases for pre-primary: Montessory Equipment TLM and play way material Pre-primary education books Furniture for preprimary staff and class rooms Work shops for development of ECE material etc. Office Expenses: Service Postage Telegram/Telephone charges Stationary records/files Maintenance of computers Maintenance of campus, gardening and furniture etc. Civil Works: New Construction ­ Class rooms Repairs to the existing buildings ­ Administrative and Academic block, Hostel block, Library, Quarters Auditorium ­ new construction Compound walls ­ repairs/new construction Water/drainage facility Electricity Toilets etc.

(Rs. In lakhs)

Sl.No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 DIET, DIET, DIET, DIET, DIET, DIET, DIET, Dist. DIET, DIET, DIET, DIET, DIET, DIET, DIET, DIET, DIET, DIET, DIET, DIET, DIET, DIET, DIET, DIET, Name of the DIET Vomaravalli, Srikakulam Venugopalapuram, Vizianagaram Bheemunipatnam, Visakhapatnam Bommur, Rajahmundry, E.G.Dist. Dubacherla, Nallajerla (M), W.G.Dist. Angaluru, Krishna Dist. Boyapalem, Prathipadu (M), Guntur Pallipadu, Nellore Mynampadu, Prakasam Dist. Karvetinagar, Chittor Dist. Rayachoti, Kadapa Bukkapatnam, Anantapur B.Thandapadu, Kurnool Adilabad Nizamabad Khammam LMD Colony, Karimnagar Warangal Medak Mahabubnagar Nalgonda Vikarabad, R.R.Dist. Neredment, Hyderabad. Total Central assistance released

Guidelines : Guidelines and norms were issued by the National Council for Teacher Education and Government have issued orders in G.O.Ms.No.35, Education, dated: 9.7.1999 enhancing the duration of Teacher Training course from one year to two years and calling it as Diploma in Education. This two-year course has been introduced in DIETs from the academic year 1999-2000. DIETs have so far generally confined themselves for preparation of elementary teachers. They will now be encouraged to run pre-service training programmes for pre-school teachers also. Further, they would be expected to strengthen their courses for elementary teachers so as to adequately equip them to teach at the upper primary level.

DIETs would be expected to undertake: Initiatives to upgrade the quality of teaching learning process in the district's elementary schools ­ levels of learner achievement being the ultimate index of such quality. Preparation of elementary and pre-school teachers through preservice and in-service education. Preparation of district plans for universalisation of elementary education. Development of district-specific curricula and teaching learning material. Support to resource centers at sub-district level i.e. to BRCs and CRCs. research to build an improved understanding of elementary education in the district. activities to improve and support community involvement in elementary education. support to training programmes in adult education. strengthening of their own capacities.

Proforma The details of the scheme to be submitted to the Director of School Education for each component by the Principals of DIETs: Name of the College:

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Year : Month:

1. Salaries to staff members: Amount allocated for various items required is Rs. Sl. No. Activity Proposed Unit Cost Physical target Amount proposed

Signature of the Principal, DIET 2. In-Service Training Programmes: conducting various activities is Rs. Sl. No. Area wise activities Proposed Unit Cost Physical target / details of beneficiaries Amount allocated for No. of days Amount

Signature of the Principal, DIET. 3. Office Expenses: Amount allocated for Office expenses is Rs.

,

Sl. No.

Item Proposed

Unit Cost

Physical target / details of beneficiaries

No. of days

Amount

4. Faculty Development: Amount allocated for conducting various activities is Rs. Sl. No. Faculty Development programmes Proposed Unit Cost Physical target / details of beneficiaries No. of days Amount

5.

Purchases for Pre-primary: Amount allocated for Sl. Item Unit Cost Physical Amount proposed No. Proposed target

6.

Civil Works: Sl. No. Item Proposed Unit Cost Physical target Amount proposed

7.Utilisation Certificate ­(Proforma as prescribed by GOI) Name of the Institution: Sl.N o. GOI / Govt of AP / DSE Letter No. DATE Component Amount sanctioned (Rs.) Amount Utilised (Rs.)

TOTAL An amount of Rs. ________ (Rupees ) has been sanctioned and released by Government of India and Government of Andhra Pradesh towards _____________ to DIET, __________________. Out of which an amount of Rs._____________ (Rupees ) has been utilized for the purpose for which it was sanctioned. Date: Signature of the Principal

12.Up-gradation of Colleges of Education into IASE's & CTEs. Introduction: It is a 100% centrally sponsored scheme. As a part of new education policy 1986, under the scheme of Re-structuring and Reorganisation of Secondary Teacher Education 4 existing Government Comprehensive Colleges of Education and 3 Government Colleges of Education are upgraded into IASEs/ CTEs. This scheme pattern is changed in the Annual Plan 2007-08 with 50% Central and 50% State Share. Year of starting: 1995 ­96 Objectives: i) Imparting of quality pre-service and in-service education to the Secondary School teachers. ii) Preparation of personnel for the faculties of Elementary Teacher Education Institutions and their continuing education iii) Provision of general resource support to the Secondary School and Elementary teacher Education institutions. iv) Research, innovation and extension work in the field of Secondary Education and Elementary Teacher Education. Description: As a part of new education policy 1986, under the scheme of Restructuring and Re-organization of Secondary Teacher Education 4 existing Government Comprehensive Colleges of Education and 3 Government Colleges of Education are up graded into IASEs/ CTEs Six Departments of Education in Universities have been upgraded into IASEs from 1995-96. College of Education, Andhra Mahila Sabha (Private aided) are also up graded into CTE from 1997-98. Govt. Comprehensive College of Education, Hyderabad Rajahmundry, Nellore and Kurnool Institutions have been upgraded into Institutes of Advanced study in Education. Government College of Education, Mahabubnagar Nagarjunasagar. Warangal and Andhra Mahila Sabha College of Education, ( private aided ) Hyderabad have been Upgraded as CTEs. Andhra University, Waltair, Sri Padmavathi Mahila Viswa Vidyalaya, Tirupathi, Sri Venkateshwara University, Tirupathi, Rastriya Sanskritha Vidyapeet, Tirupathi, Kakatiya University, Warangal Osmania University, Hyderabad University Departments of Education have been upgraded into IASEs. Components: Civil works, Equipment, Programmes, Development, Salaries and contingencies. Research, Faculty

Unit cost: As per Perspective plan District covered: Hyderabad, Nellore, Mahaboobnagar, Nagarjuna sagar at Nalgonda, Warangal, AMSCE Hyderabad, Rajahmundry, Kurnool.OU, A.U Beneficiaries : Teacher educators and (B.Ed) Training students. Budget:

Year Allocation (Rs in Lakhs) Releases Physical Target

2007-08 880.16

Civil Works, Equipment, Progs, Research, Faculty Development, Salaries and Contingencies.

Drawal Procedure :

Head of Account 2202-02-109-10-(04) Procedure of Drawl of Funds Salaries, DV Bill Form no. 47, 58 Drawing Officer Prl., IASE,/CTE .

or as per B.R.O of Finance Dept.

Guidelines: Non Recurring assistance eligible as per norms: ____________________________________________________________________ Institution IASEs CTEs Item Civil Works Equipment Civil works Equipment Existing 63.00 20.00 55.00 13.00 Revised 95.00 30.00 85.00 20.00

_____________________________________________________________________ The scheme has been continued by Government of India during X Plan Period i.e. 2002-03 to 2006-07. However, certain guidelines have been given and requested to prepare State Perspective Plan and submitted to Government of India for approval. As per the said guidelines, the State of Andhra Pradesh is eligible for Central Assistance for the IASEs and CTEs as mentioned below: IASEs CTEs 2 Nos. 8 Nos.

Accordingly, Government have prepared the State Perspective Plan and submitted to Government of India for approval. The following institutions have been included in the Perspective Plan.

Institutions under IASE Pattern IASE, Hyderabad. IASE, Nellore. Institutions under CTE Pattern Government College of Teacher Education, Mahabubnagar. Government College of Education, Nagarjunasagar. Government College of Education, Warangal and Andhra Mahila Sabha College of Education, (private aided) Hyderabad. IASE, Rajahmundry,IASE, Kurnool.

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IASE, Osmania University and IASE, Andhra University. Proforma Details of the scheme to be submitted to the Director of School Education

Sl. No. Area wise activities Proposed Unit Cost Physical target / details of beneficiaries No. of days Amount

UTILIZATION CERTIFICATE

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Sl.No.

Letter No.

DATE

Amount

Form of Utilization Certificate

TOTAL An amounts of Rs. Lakhs has been sanctioned and released by Government of India and Government of Andhra Pradesh towards Civil Works of IASE, Hyderabad. Out of which an amount of Rs. Lakhs has been utilized for the purpose for which it was sanctioned. Signature of the Principal, IASE/ CTE Date: Place:

III.STATE SCHEMES 13. Creation & Continuation of 300 Urdu Language Pandits Introduction: Under the policy for advancement of Minorities, 300 posts of Urdu Teachers have been sanctioned during 1996-97 to the schools in the minority concentrated areas in 17 districts in the State. It is converted to Non-plan for the year 2007-08. Year of Starting: 1999-2000 Objective: To promote Urdu Language in the concentrated areas of Minorities in the State. Description: The scheme is being implemented in seventeen selected districts in the State for promoting the Urdu Language. These posts were created in G.O.Ms.No.34, Edn. dated 12-02-1997 read with G.O.Rt.No.488, Edn.(Ser.VI) Department, dated 18-03-1997. Under this scheme, 300 Urdu Teachers Posts were created and continued. Out of 300 Urdu teachers posts, 175 Grade-II Urdu Pandits and 125 SGT (Urdu Medium) are being continued. Components : Salary Component. Unit Cost: Average cost of the post (SGT) Rs. 7806/- per month. Districts Covered: The scheme is being implemented in (17) Districts viz., 1.Hyderabad, 2. Kurnool, 3. Kadapa, 4. Guntur, 5. Nizamabad, 6. Anantapur, 7. Chittoor, 8. Medak, 9. Mahabubnagar, 10. RangaReddy, 11. Adilabad, 12. Krishna, 13. Prakasam, 14. Nellore, 15.Warangal, 16. Nalgonda and 17. Karimnagar. Beneficiaries : 300 Urdu Teachers. Budget:

Year 2007-08 Budget Estimates 50.00 (Rs in Lakhs) Releases Physical Target 300 teachers

Drawal Procedure :

Head of Account 2202-02-109-10-(12) 2202-02-109-06-(12) 2202-02-109-06-(14) 2202-02-109-06-(15) Procedure of Drawl of Funds Salaries, DV Bill and GIA Form no. 47, 58, 102 Drawing Officer

or as per B.R.O of Finance Dept.

AAO in O/o DSE / AD in O/os DEOs

Guidelines: Under the policy for advancement of Minority States, 300 Urdu teachers posts were created in the minority concentrated areas/districts in the State.

14. Grant-in-Aid to Sainik Schools Introduction: This is a 100% state plan scheme. Under this scheme Grant-inaid is being released to Sainik School, Korukonda, Vizianagaram by the Government towards salaries of staff and scholarships to students. Year of starting: 1985-86 Objective: To impart qualitative education to benefit the student of the state and prepare them for entry into defense services. To prepare Boys academically, physically and mentally for entry into the National Defence Academy. Sainik School admits Boys in Class VI and IX. Description of the Scheme: The Grant-in-aid being released to the school for imparting education to the children. The aim of Sainik School, Korukonda is to prepare Boys academically, physically and mentally for entry into the National Defence Academy. Sainik School admits Boys in Class VI and IX. Admissions will be made strictly on order of merit on the basis of Entrance Examination which will be held in every academic year. Components Unit cost : Salaries of Staff and Scholarships to students. : Pay and Allowances of State.

District covered: Vizianagaram. Beneficiaries Budget:

Year 2007-08 Allocation Releases Physical Target Boys in Class VI to IX

: Students.

Rs.lakhs

27.50

DRAWAL PROCEDURE Head of Account 2202-02-110-11-(08) 2202-02-789-11-(11) 2202-02-796-11-(13) Procedure of Drawl of Funds Grant in Aid or as per B.R.O of Finance Dept. Form no. 102 Drawing Officer Principal Sainik school Korukonda

Guidelines: · The amount shall be utilized by the Principal, Sainik School Korukonda, Vizianagaram district for the purpose for which it was sanctioned. · · · · The eligible students should be sanctioned scholarships duly following the norms. The amount should not be diverted for any another purposes The utilization certificate should be submitted immediately after the amount is incurred. The Audit of Accounts should be done by the Departmental Auditors / Accounts Branch and the institution should made available all the records for verification. Proforma Utilization Certificate: i) Financial Achievements: Certified that the grant of Rs. . . . . . . (Rs. . . . . . . ) received from the C & DSE, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad as per the sanction orders No. . . . . . . dated under this scheme vide D.D. No. . . . . dt. .... for Rs. . . . .. Certified that the above amounts have been deposited in the account of . . . . at . . . . . in A/C No. . . . . Certified that a sum of Rs. . . . . was utilized for the purpose for which it was sanctioned and leaving a balance of . . . . from out of the above grant of Rs. . . . . Signature of the DEO ii) Physical achievement: Certified that the . . . . . . .Sanctioned amount in DSE's Proc. Rc.No. . . . . . . . dated . . . . ... under this scheme was utilized for the following purposes Salaries Scholarships The details of beneficiaries are as follows :Signature of the DEO

15. Grant-In-Aid to Hindi Academy Introduction With a view to propagate and to promote Hindi Language in the state of Andhra Pradesh, the Andhra Pradesh Hindi Academy has been constituted by the Government as an autonomous body. Year of starting: 1995-96 Objective: To propagate and promote publication of Hindi books Hindi language through

To promote Hindi language by conducting workshops and seminars in Hindi. Description: GIA will be provided to A.P. Hindi Academy for its activities like Publishing the books in Hindi and conducting workshops and seminars in Hindi. Grant ­ In ­ Aid is being given to the Hindi Academy every year by the State Government for conducting their activities. Component Unit Cost : Publication of books. :

Districts covered: Grant in Aid to Hindi Academy, Hyderabad. Beneficiaries : Hindi teachers and students studying Hindi language. Budget:

Year 2007-08

(Rs. In lakhs)

Allocation 1.65

Releases -

Physical Target Grant in Aid to Hindi Academy

Drawal Procedure :

Head of Account 2202-05-789-11-(10) Procedure of Drawl of Funds GIA or as per Form no. 102 Drawing Officer Director, Hindi Academy

B.R.O of Finance Dept.

Guide lines: Grant in Aid is being sanctioned every year to A.P.Hindi Academy, Hyderabad towards incurring expenditure for conducting their activities and maintenance of the Institutition with a view to encourage institutions which are propagating and promoting Hindi.

16. Participation of A.P. School Teams In National Games Introduction: It is a state plan scheme with a view to encourage the students to improve their sporting skills and to make them participate in National Games. This scheme is converted to Non-Plan as per G.O Year of starting: 1988-89 Objective : To promote sports activities among High schools students.

Description

:

To represent the State of Andhra Pradesh by the High School students in National Games and events, training is being provided to High School students by giving coaching, supplying kits and other equipments and meeting the contingencies of participants of different age groups of 14, 17 and 19 years from the State plan scheme of "Participation of Andhra Pradesh School Teams in National Games ­ Grants to Sports Activities through IPE & National Games ". Tournaments on various events are being conducted at Mandal, District and State level for selection and sending of teams to participate in National games. The participants along with coaches will be sent to participate in National Games and kits will be supplied to the participants besides TA & DA. A State Level Organizing Secretary is appointed for overall supervision of Games and Sports in the State. Components : Supply of Material and Sports Kits, Other expenses. Unit cost : It is not constant. It will vary from event to event Districts covered: All 23 districts in the state. Beneficiaries: Every year a good number of Sports students participate depending up on the Games and Events. Budget:

Year 2007-08 Allocation Releases Form no.

58

Rs. In lakhs

238.80

Physical Target -

Drawal Procedure :

Head of Account

2202-80-001-11-(03) 2202-02-789-11-(05) 2202-02-796-11-(09) 2204-101-11-(04)

Procedure of Drawl of Funds

DV Bill

Drawing Officer

AAO in O/o DSE / IPE.

or as per B.R.O of Finance Dept.

Guidelines: The amount should be utilized for organizing the games at Mandal Level, Zonal Level, District Level and State Level. The amount should not be utilized for conducting the games at National Level for the events allotted to the State by the SGFI.

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The Audit of Accounts should be done by the Departmental Auditors / Accounts Branch and the institution should made available all the records for verification. The utilization certificate should be submitted immediately after the amount is incurred. Proforma Utilization Certificate: i) Financial Achievements: Certified that the grant of Rs. . . . . . . (Rs. . . . . . . ) received from the C & DSE, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad as per the sanction orders No. . . . . . . dated under this scheme (Phase . . ) vide D.D. No. . . . . dt. .... for Rs. . . . .. Certified that the above amounts have been deposited in the account of . . . . at . . . . . in A/C No. . . . . Certified that a sum of Rs. . . . . was utilized for the purpose for which it was sanctioned and leaving a balance of . . . . from out of the above grant of Rs. . . . . Signature of the DEO ii) Physical achievement: Certified that the items . . . . . . .(indicate name of the items) procured from the sanctioned amount in DSE's Proc. Rc.No. . . . . . . . dated . . . . ... under this scheme (Phase . . ) was distributed to . . . . . . . . number of Schools, and leaving balance of items . . . . . . . and preserved at . . . . Signature of the DEO

17. Vocationlisation of Secondary Education Introduction: It is the state plan scheme. Vocational Education means imparting of Vocational Training to the students of Secondary Education i.e. students studying in VIII, IX & X classes in addition to General Education in the trades which were designed for development of the skills and aptitude and interests of Students with a view to get them benefit from the training after school study. Year of Starting: 1. 1984-85 in 7 Districts. 2. 1985-86 in 16 districts Objectives : To expose the students to vocational practices in the fields relevant to the socio economic activities of the area. Provide the students with essential occupational background and familiarity with tools, materials and process. To make the students appreciate the need for skilled manpower required by the community and to take up the work willingly. To inculcate positive attitude, desirable values like, dignity of labour, tolerance, co-operation etc, and To prepare the students in such a way that they become employment worthy and would take up selfemployment. Description: This scheme was introduced in A.P. for the first time in Class VIII in 7 districts in 105 Schools, as a pilot basis, based on the V.R. Reddy committee report, with a view to make the pupils learning in the schools not only eligible for higher education but to recoup with skills required for gainful employment if need. The scheme was introduced in the remaining 16 districts of the state during 1985-86. In order to extend the scheme by minimizing the cost and to get maximum utilization of facilities, Mandal Vocational Education Centers were established at Mandal head quarters and 48 MVECs are functioning. At present, the scheme is functioning in 297 high schools and 48 MVECs in the state with 1030 Part Time Vocational Instructor in Government Aided and Local Body Schools. Under this scheme Raw Material & other equipment are is purchased and supplied to 48 Mandal Vocational Educational Centers and Centers functioning in Government, ZP, Municipal and Aided, High Schools in Telugu Medium

Components : Purchase and Supply of Raw Material & other equipment to the Mandal Vocational Educational Centers & high schools functioning under Government Sector in the State. Providing of contingencies to the Vocational Education centers working under Government sector. Unit cost : In respect of providing Raw Material and Contingencies to the Vocational Centers ( no fixed amount is being sanctioned since lack of budget provision and only the available amount is being adjusted depending up on the No. of trades). Districts Covered: Beneficiaries Students studying in VIII, IX and X classes of Secondary Schools in Government, Ziila Parishad, Municipal and Aided Managements are benefited by this scheme. Budget

Year Allocation

(Rs. in lakhs)

All the 23 districts in Andhra Pradesh.

Releases

(Rs. in lakhs)

Physical Target

2007-08

100.00

48 MVECs , 297 Schools

Drawal Procedure :

Head of Account 2202-02-105-11-(13) 2202-02-789-11-(09) 2202-02-796-11-(09) Procedure of Drawl of Funds DV Bill or as per B.R.O of Finance Dept. Form no. 58 Drawing Officer AAO in O/o DSE / AD in O/os DEOs

Proforma The Information to be submitted by the DEO to the Director of School Education

S.no Subject

No. of Mandal Vocational Educational Centers ­ functioning No. of Vocational Educational courses introduced in high schools No. of Part Time Vocational Instructors working in MVECs and High Schools 2005-06 2006-07

1 2 3 4

Sl. No.

No. of Beneficiaries of Vocational Educational Course (year wise).

Total No. of Schools/ MVECs in which VE is introduced Total No. of Institutions to which VE equipments & Raw Material supplied 2 Amount Sanctioned Trades Amount Utilized Physical Target/ Achievem ents 5

1

3

4

Proforma Utilization Certificate: i) Financial Achievements:

Certified that the grant of Rs. . . . . . . (Rs. . . . . . . ) received from the DSE, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad as per the sanction orders No. . . . . . . dated under the scheme of. . . . . vide D.D. No. . . . . dt. .... for Rs. . . . .. Certified that the above amounts have been deposited in the account of . . . . at . . . . . in A/C No. . . . . Certified that a sum of Rs. . . . . was utilized for the purpose for which it was sanctioned and leaving a balance of . . . . from out of the above grant of Rs. . . . .

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Signature of the DEO ii) Physical achievement:

Certified that the items . . . . . . .(indicate name of the items) procured from the sanctioned amount in DSE's Proc. Rc.No. . . . . . . . dated . . . . ... under the scheme of. . . . . . was distributed to . . . . . . . . number of Schools, and leaving balance of items . . . . . . . and preserved at . . . .

Signature of the DEO

18. Supply of Furniture to Government High Schools. Introduction: It is a State Plan Scheme. Most of the High Schools under Government and Zilla Parishad Management are functioning in the State without adequate furniture. Year of starting:

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Objective: To provide furniture to schools in a phased manner to make effective class room learning. Description: There are so many High Schools under Government and Zilla Parishad Managements functioning without adequate furniture. Hence Government have decided to provide furniture to schools in a phased manner by providing sufficient funds every year. It is proposed to supply furniture of 100 Duel desks to each High School @ Rs.3,160/- per duel-desk. Components : Supply of furniture Unit cost : upto Rs.3,160/- per duel desk (100 desks X 3,160/-=3.16 lakhs for each school) (To be finalized based on open tenders.)

Districts Covered: 23 Districts. Beneficiaries : Every year 20 schools in various districts. Budget:

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Year

B.E.

Rs. In lakhs

Releases

Physical Target Supply of furniture to Govt. High schools

2007-08

1401.00

Drawal Procedure :

Head of Account 2202-02-109-11-(04) 2202-02-789-(11-(09)

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Procedure of Drawl of Funds DV Bill or as per B.R.O of Finance Dept.

Form no. 58

Drawing Officer AAO in O/o DSE / AD in O/os DEOs

Guidelines:

Preference should be given to the schools which are constituted as SSC Examinations centers. While selecting the school the availability of accommodation, the strength of the school and the building facilities available should be taken in to account. Preference should also be given to the Rural and Girls High Schools. The District Level Purchase Committee should procure the quality furniture and supply to the schools as per the needs duly following the norms prescribed by the Government vide G.O.Ms. No. 8, Edn., Dated: 04-05-1999.

Proforma

(Details to be furnished in respect of High Schools under Government / Zilla Parishad / Municipal Aided which are identified for 10th Class Examination Centres

01 02 03 04 Name of the District Name of the Mandal Name of the Center with full Address Classes running

Class VI VII VIII IX X

No. of Sections

Strength

05

Availability of furniture i) ii) iii) iv) Description Long Benches Dual Desks Table Chairs Long Benches Dual Desks Table Chairs Number

06

Requirement : Whether all sections of all classes are provided with furniture. If not furnish the requirement No. of rooms can be spared for the examinations and their dimensions Maximum capacity of the center (Room wise number of children that can be accommodated for conducting examinations) Whether Electricity is available No. of Fans available in the center No. of fans required Availability of Drinking water facility Proper Toilet facility Whether the school is surrounded by pacca compound wall Whether school can be considered for constituting as a center from infrastructure point of view

i) ii) iii) iv)

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09 10 11 12 13 14. 15

Station: Date:

Signature of the D.E.O.

19. Providing Lab and Library Equipment to Secondary Schools. Introduction: It is State Plan Scheme. Most of the High Schools under Government and Zilla Parishad Management are functioning in the State without adequate equipment to Laboratory and Library. Year of starting: Objectives: To supply of Laboratory and Library equipment to Government Secondary Schools to make effective Class Room learning by demonstration, etc. To develop the based skills through Practicals/ Demonstrations rather than theoretical subject knowledge for the students and teachers To acquire updated information besides regular syllabus To improve the quality of instruction with day to day innovations and trends in the field of Science and Technology. Description of the scheme: It is proposed to provide Rs.50,000/- for Library Equipment and Rs.50,000/- for Laboratory Equipment per School and 400 Schools will be covered during 2006-2007 for supply of Laboratory and Library Equipment. Thus, an amount of Rs. 900.00 lakhs to provide in the Annual Budget 2006-2007. Components : Providing Laboratory and Library Equipment Unit cost: Rs. 1.00 lakh to each school (i.e, Rs. 50,000/- to library and Rs. 50,000/- to lab equipment ) Districts covered: 23 districts. Budget

Year Allocation (Rs. in lakhs) Releases Physical Target

2007-08

1738.00

-

Laboratory & Library equipment

Drawal Procedure :

Head of Account 2202-02-109-11-(04) 2202-02-789-11-(09) 2202-02-796-11-(11) Procedure of Drawl of Funds DV Bill Form no. 58 Drawing Officer AAO in O/o DSE / AD in O/os DEOs

or as per B.R.O of Finance Dept.

Guidelines: Preference should be given to the schools which are constituted as SSC Examinations centers. While selecting the school the availability of accommodation, the strength of the school, the availability of staff and the building facilities available should be taken in to account. Preference should also be given to the Rural and Girls High Schools. The District Level Purchase Committee should procure the qualitative Lab equipment and Library equipment with books and supply to the schools as per the needs duly following the norms prescribed by the Government. vide G.O.Ms. No. 8, Edn., Dated: 04-05-1999. For selection of Library books a committee should be constituted with DEO as Chairman and DY. EO, Headmasters, Telugu Pandit, Librarian, and DIET Lecturers as Members. For selection of Lab equipment a committee should be constituted with DEO as Chairman and DY. EO, Headmasters, Subject Teachers, and DIET Lecturers as Members

Proforma The Information to be submitted by the DEO to the Director of School Education 1.

Name of the high school Library No. of Library books already available i.e., reference books subject wise and G.K. books No. of books now required i.e. reference books subject wise and G.K. books. Furniture already available for storing the library books (i.e.) Almirahs, Racks, Tables and Chairs. Furniture now required for the library. LABORATORY Equipment already available in the laboratory (Equipment/Chemicals/Specimens/Models/etc for physics, Chemistry, Biology. Equipment now required for Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. Furniture already available in the Laboratory (i.e. Table, Stools, Almirahs) Furniture now required for the laboratory. Whether sufficient accommodation is available in the institution. Whether the Assistant is available to look after the library. Whether the Lab Assistant is available to look after the laboratory.

2.

3. 4. 5.

Signature The Officer

Proforma Utilization Certificate: i) Financial Achievements: Certified that the grant of Rs. . . . . . . (Rs. . . . . . . ) received from the C & DSE, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad as per the sanction orders No. . . . . . . dated under this scheme (Phase . . ) vide D.D. No. . . . . dt. .... for Rs. . . . .. Certified that the above amounts have been deposited in the account of . . . . at . . . . . in A/C No. . . . . Certified that a sum of Rs. . . . . was utilized for the purpose for which it was sanctioned and leaving a balance of . . . . from out of the above grant of Rs. . . . . Signature of the DEO ii) Physical achievement: Certified that the items . . . . . . .(indicate name of the items) procured from the sanctioned amount in DSE's Proc. Rc.No. . . . . . . . dated . . . . ... under this scheme for . . . . .Quarter was distributed to . . . . . . . . number of Schools, and leaving balance of items . . . . . . . and preserved at . . . . Signature of the DEO

20.

Computerization of DSE/RJDSE/DEOs' offices.

Introduction: The Government have taken a decision to initiate steps establish WAN (Wide Area Net Work) for effective implementation the Government orders. As such the scheme of computerization DSE/RJDSE/DEO offices in the state is evolved. This scheme completely funded by the Government of Andhra Pradesh. Year of starting: 1999-2000

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Objective: To Provide Computers and Printers to all the Governmental Offices under the control of Director of School Education to establish WAN (Wide Area Net Work) for effective implementation of the Government orders

Description: For effective implementation of the scheme it is necessary to provide some more computers and accessories to Head Office and to all the field offices, under the control of Director of School Education. Components Unit Cost Beneficiaries : Purchase of Computers and Printers. : Rs.48,000/- per each computer with Printer. : DSE/RJDSE/DEOs' Offices.

District covered : 23 districts Details of Budget:

Year B.E.

(Rs. in lakhs)

Releases

Physical Target

2007-08

55.00

-

Providing Computers and Printers in offices

Drawal Procedure :

Head of Account 2202-80-001-11-(01) 2202-80-001-11-(03) Procedure of Drawl of Funds DV Bill or as per B.R.O of Finance Dept. Form no. 58 Drawing Officer AAO in O/o DSE / AD in O/os DEOs

Guidelines: The amounts sanctioned under plan scheme will be drawn and credited into the P.D.Account of A.P.T.S. The A.P.T.S will purchase and supply the computers to Head Quarters and Districts according to the configuration and budget available.

The computer and printers will be purchased and distributed to RJDSE/DEO offices according to the budget provided to the Head Quarters and District Offices quarter wise releases. As per the needs in the District offices the computers and printers will be sup plied. In the first instance 20 computers will be purchased for Head Quarters and 5 computers for districts @ 48000/- per each computer. The physical targets are (20 computers for Head Quarters and 5 computers for districts) The utilization certificates will be obtained after supply of the computers and printers.(Proforma enclosed) The computers and printers available at present with district offices are being obtained in the following proforma (enclosed) Proforma The Information to be submitted by the DEO/RJDSE. to the Director of School Education Name of the DEO/RJDSE office: Sl. No . 1 No. available in No. working the office ComPrinters Compu printers -ters puters 2 3 4 5 Year : Month:

Total No. required Remarks Compu Printers -ters 6 7

8

Proforma Utilisation Certificate: An amount of Rs.___________ (Rs_____________________________________________________________ only) sanctioned/released, being 1st/2nd/3rd/4th quarter during the year ___________ under the plan scheme of Computerization of "DSE/RJDSE/DEO offices in the state"(State Scheme) vide G.O._________________ dated:_______________ and Proceedings NO._____________dt.____________ has been utilized for the purpose for which it was sanctioned and balance amount of Rs.____________(Rs.______________________________________only) will be adjusted in future grants. Signature of the DEO Place Date

21. Up-gradation of District Administration Introduction: The scheme of Up-gradation of District Administration is contemplating to strengthening the offices of the 101 Deputy Educational Offices by supplying of Fax machines, Computers, Printers etc Year of starting: 2004-05 Objectives: To strengthen the offices of 101 Deputy Educational Officers by Supplying of Fax Machines, Computers and Printers. Description: Government of A.P., is contemplating to strengthening of the offices of the 101 Deputy Educational Offices by supplying of Fax machines, Computers, along with Printers and telephones to each of the Office. Components Unit cost : Purchase of Computers, Fax Machines and Printers. : -----23 districts

Districts covered: Beneficiaries Budget:

Year 2007-08 Allocation (Rs.in lakhs) 25.20

: 101 Deputy Educational Offices in the State

Releases Physical Target Fax Machines and Computers to 101 Dy. E.Os' Offices.

Drawal Procedure :

Head of Account 2202-80-789-11-(03) 2202-80-79611-(03) Procedure of Drawl of Funds DV Bill Form no. 58 Drawing Officer AAO in O/o DSE / AD in O/os DEOs

or as per B.R.O of Finance Dept.

22. Grant-In-Aid to Bharat Scouts and Guides. Introduction: The purpose of Bharat Scouts and Guides is to achieve and promote physical, mental, moral and potential growth of child. Year of starting: 1965 Objectives: To promote all round development of the child thorough scouts and guides activities. To give training to the boys and girls (school going) those who are enrolled as Scouts & Guides To contribute to the development of young people in achieving their full physical, intellectual, social and spiritual potential as individuals, as responsible citizens and as members of their Local, National and International communities. Components : Grant-in-aid to Bharat Guides and Other GIA. Payment of salaries to staff and conduct of Programmes to the students. District covered: 23 districts Beneficiaries: Cubs/Bulbuls, Scouts / Guides, Scouters / Guiders, Rovers/Rangers. Budget

Year 2007-08 Allocation (Rs.in lakhs) 55.00 Releases Physical Target Students

Drawal Procedure :

Head of Account 2204-02-11-07 Procedure of Drawl of Funds GIA Form no. 102 Drawing Officer

or as per B.R.O of Finance Dept.

Secretary, Bharat Scouts and Guides, Hyderabad

Future plans and developments: 1) Total computerization of the Administrative, Financial, 0rganizational and Training aspects of the Association. 2) Updating the Life Membership list along with its computerization and issue of computerized ID cards to weed out bogus voters and to ensure free and fair elections. 3) Special drive to enroll people of proven integrity as Life Members to strengthen the fabric of the Association.

4) Creation of a "web site" of the Association comprising all the relevant information. 5) Release of a monthly newsletter on the activities of the Association. 6) To promote adventure activities among the youth development of venture club", first of its kind in the State. 7) Giving a face-lift to the State Headquarters by raising gardens, landscaping and renovation / construction of building including modular office. 8) Strengthening the infra structural facilities, especially sanitary amenities at the Regional Training-cum-camping Center at Jeedimetla 9) Safe guarding the extensive and valuable properties of the Association spread over the entire length and breadth of the State by conducting survey of the lands, demarcation and putting up fencing/constructing compound walls. Guidelines: 0rganization works under the Aims, Policies, 0ganization illustrated by the National Headquarters. The amount shall be utilized by the Honorary State Secretary, Bharat Scouts and Guides, Hyderabad for the purpose for which it was sanctioned. The eligible students should be selected and training should be provided. The amount should not be diverted for any another purposes. The utilization certificate should be submitted immediately after the amount is incurred. The Audit of Accounts should be done by the Departmental Auditors / Accounts Branch and the institution should made available all the records for verification.

PROFORMA UTILIZATION CERTIFICATE: i) Financial Achievements: Certified that the grant of Rs. . . . . . . (Rs. . . . . . . ) received from the C & DSE, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad as per the sanction orders No. . . . . . . dated under ............. scheme (Phase . . ) vide D.D. No. . . . . date. .... for Rs. . . . .. Certified that the above amounts have been deposited in the account of . . . . at . . . . . in A/C No. . . . . Certified that a sum of Rs. . . . . was utilized for the purpose for which it was sanctioned and leaving a balance of . . . . from out of the above grant of Rs. . . . . Signature of the DEO ii) Physical achievement: Certified that the items . . . . . . .(indicate name of the items) procured from the sanctioned amount in DSE's Proc. Rc.No. . . . . . . . dated . . . . ... under ....................... scheme during ___ Quarter was utilized for the following purpose:Salaries Conducting of programme of . . . . . . . Signature of the DEO

23. National Green Corps Introduction: The Government of India have decided to raise a small school students environmental conservation force of National Green Corps in 150 High Schools for districts. Accordantly the state Government extended this programme to all the High Schools in the State. Under this programme planting of trees, keeping the surroundings clean and a systematic disposal of garbage are being taken up in the schools. Year of starting: 2001-02 Objective: To promote environmental consciousness "Clean and Green" through School students. Description: The campaign themes focused in NGC include promotion of organic pesticides and organic fertilizers, plantation and survival monitoring, house-hold garbage management, hospital waste disposal, water pollution, shortage in conservation, air pollution, civic amenities and their care, school and community plantation, cleanliness of public parks and gardens, cleanliness and composing at vegetable and fruit markets, cleanliness and bus stands and railway stations, development of eco-friendly habits and behavior. Components: Grant-in-Aid

Unit cost: Each school will get resource material, every year worth Rs.1000/-p.a. District covered: All 23 districts in Andhra Pradesh Beneficiaries: 30 to 40 students of classes VII and IX from the NGC group in the schools. At present 5,00,000 students were participating in NGC. Programme. Details of Budget:

Year Allocation

(Rs.in lakhs)

Releases

(Rs.in lakhs)

Physical Target

2007-08

87.00

8,700 High Schools under State

Drawal Procedure :

Head of Account 2202-02-800-11-(16) Procedure of Drawl of Funds GIA or as per B.R.O of Finance Dept. Form no. 102 Drawing Officer Director National

Green Corps

Guidelines: All 12,600 High School ( All managements) in the State are covered under this programme. Each school will have NGC committee working under the Head Master/Principal and four teachers with one teacher designated as green teacher, to support the programme. Proforma The Information to be submitted by the NGC/DEO to the Director of School Education Year: Month: Sl. No. of students No. of schools covered Activities taken up No. participated 1 2 3 4

Sl. No. 1

Amount sanctioned 2

Amount utilized 3

Balance, if any. 4

Signature of the DEO/NGC. UTILISATION CERTIFICATE An amount of Rs. ______________ (Rupees _____________________________________________________________________ __________ only) sanctioned/released, during the year ____________ under the scheme of ______________________________________________ (State Scheme) vide G.O. No. ______, Dated __________ and proceedings No. _____________ Dated __________, has been tilized for the purpose for which it was sanctioned and balance amount of Rs. ______________ (Rupees ____________________ ____________________________ only) will be adjusted in future grants. / Surrendered to Govt. Signature of the NGC /DEO Date: Place:

24.Strengthening of Secondary Education. Introduction: The scheme is initiated to provide the budget as "school grant" to the schools in the state to purchase the Stationery items. Year of starting: 2002-03 Objectives: To Purchase basic items like Chalk Boxes, Coloring Black Boards, Purchase of Registers, Stationery items and other expenses under school grant. Description:

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For effective functioning of Secondary schools under the managements Government/ ZPHS,/Municipal in the state it is proposed to purchase items like Chalk boxes, Colouring BlackBoards, Purchase of registers like admission, Pay bills, cash books and progress reports, Stationary items required in the schools under this scheme. Components: Chalk Boxes Coloring black boards Purchase of registers Stationery items Expenses towards Celebrations of national festivals. Unit cost: @ Rs. 1904/- for each High School (to 8400 High schools under ZPP/ Municipal/Private aided managements in the state.) Districts covered: 23 Districts. Beneficiaries: 8400 High schools under ZPP/ Municipal/Private aided managements in the state. Budget :

Year 2007-08 Allocation

(Rs.in lakhs)

Releases

(Rs.in lakhs)

Physical Target 8400 High Schools

176.00

Drawal Procedure :

Head of Account 2202-02-800-11-(17) Procedure of Drawl of Funds DV Bill

or as per B.R.O of Finance Dept.

Form no. 58

Drawing Officer AAO in O/o DSE / AD in O/os DEOs

Guidelines:

H.M of each school is empowered to purchase the materials through school Education Committees Instruction were issued to credit the amount to the account of school Education Committees Utilization Certificates are being called from the District Educational Officers The schools under this scheme are to be identified and to distribute the material through School Education Committees.

Proforma The Information to be submitted by the DEO to the Director of School Education (i)

S.N o.

District:

Name of the Scheme: 2 Items purchased

Year:

Amount Sanctioned (Quarterwise) : 4 Expendit ure

Month:

Balance amount Surrendered G.O./Procs. In which amount sanctioned 7

1

3

5

6

55.

S.No.

1

District:

Name of Schools Covered under this scheme

2

No. of items supplied To Schools

3

Total Amount / cost of item supplied

4

Proforma Utilization Certificate: 55. Financial Achievements:

Certified that the grant of Rs. . . . . . . (Rs. . . . . . . ) received from the DSE, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad as per the sanction orders No. . . . . . . dated under the scheme of. . . . . vide D.D. No. . . . . dt. .... For Rs. . . . .. Certified that the above amounts have been deposited in the account of . . . . at . . . . . in A/C No. . . . . Certified that a sum of Rs. . . . . was utilized for the purpose for which it was sanctioned and leaving a balance of . . . . from out of the above grant of Rs. . . . .

Signature of the DEO 55. Physical achievement:

Certified that the items . . . . . . .(indicate name of the items) procured from the sanctioned amount in DSE's Proc. Rc.No. . . . . . . . dated . . . . ... under the scheme of. . . . . . was distributed to . . . . .

. . . number of Schools, and leaving balance of items . . . . . . . and preserved at . . . . Signature of the DEO

25.Nutritious Meal Programme (MDM). Introduction: This scheme is started during the year 2002-03 with effect from January 2003 in 22 districts. In Hyderabad district this scheme started from 1st February 2003. Under this scheme, a minimum content of 300 calories and 812 gms. Of protein in the form of cooked meal will be supplied to each child / Student studying in primary and upper primary schools on each working day of the school. Hot cooked food is provided to children studying in classes I to VII in Government, Local Bodies, Municipal and Aided Managements Schools and N.G.O. Organisations funding by the State and Central. During the year 2005-06 an amount of Rs. 240.00 Crores has been provided in B.E. for implementation of Mid-Day Meals Programme. Out of this amount Rs.180.00 Crores has been released for 1st,2nd and 3rd Quarters and the same has been released to all the District Educational Officers in the State for implementation of the Scheme. Under this Scheme 72829 Primary and Upper Primary Schools are covered and the enrolment of the students are nearly 70,00,000. As per Supreme Court Orders in W.P.No.196/2001 dated 17.09.2001 the Government of Andhra Pradesh is implementing the Mid-day Meal Programme through out the State in 22 Districts from 2nd January 2003. In Hyderabad District it is implemented from 1st February 2003. Year of starting: 2003 2nd Objectives : i) ii) iii) To boost universalisation of primary education (Classes I ­ V) by improving enrolment, attendance, retention and learning levels of children. To improve nutritional status of students of primary stage and To provide nutritional support to students of primary stage in drought-affected areas during summer vacation also.

Description of the scheme: Coverage and pattern: Primary School and Upper Primary School Children of Classes I ­ VII studying in Government/Local bodies and Aided institutions are covered under this scheme. A minimum content of 300 calories and 8 ­ 12 grams of Protein content is provided per child on each working day of the School. The same facility is also extended to children studying in the schools/ centers / Madarsass run by Organizations working for the disabled/ child labour/Minorities, which are financially assisted by the Central / State Government.

Menu: Sambar with rice is provided every day with boiled egg or Banana twice in a week Components: Providing Mid Day meals Construction of Kitchen Sheds Providing drinking water Unit Cost: The following rates per child per day is in existence at present except twin cities of Hyderabad & Secunderabad and Visakhapatnam City. Revised Rate. Sl.No. Strength of the Rs.Ps. Children in the Schools 1. Below 50 2.00 2. 51 ­ 100 1.75 3. Above 101 1.50 In respect of Twin Cities of Hyderabad & Secunderabad and in Visakhapatnam City Rs. 1.60 per child per day towards preparation of food and transportation charges are being paid to the Naandi Foundation, Hyderabad. (i.e. implementing Agency). Districts Covered: All 23 districts in the State. Beneficiaries: All the school children of Classes I ­ VII studying in Govt. / Local Bodies / Aided Institutions. About 68,00,000 lakhs children covered during the year 2005-06. Physical Targets and achievements year-wise (in lakhs) Year 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 Physical Target Achievements 74.59 students 56.50 students 76.80 students 55.15 students 77.26 students 52.45 students 78.05 students 55.00 students 70.00 Students 55.00 Students

Details of Budget :

Budget Estimates Year 2007-08

(Rs.in lakhs)

State Central 18000.00 23950.00

Releases -

Physical Target Students

The Govt. of A.P. has allotted Rs. 180 Crores of budget for the year 2005-06. The Govt. of India is releasing sufficient food-grains ie., Rice on free of cost from the nearest FCI godown. Drawal Procedure :

Head of Account 2202-01-800-11-(30) 2202-01-789-11-(30) 2202-01-796-11-(17) Procedure of Drawl of Funds DV Bill

or as per B.R.O of Finance Dept.

Form no. 58

Drawing Officer AAO in O/o DSE / AD in O/os DEOs

Guidelines: In the G.O. Ms. No. 94 Edn (SE-Prog.I) Dept., dt: 25-11-2002, the Government have issued necessary guidelines for implementation of Mid Day Meal Programme and also necessary instructions were issued in Govt. Memo 19864/Prog.I/A3/2002, dt: 5-1-2002 to maintain hygiene, cleanliness and nutrition values, while preparing the food. Supply of free food grains (Wheat/rice) @ 100 grams per child per School day from the nearest FCI godown. Reimbursement of actual cost incurred in transportation of food grains from nearest FCI godown to the primary School. Assistance for meeting cooking cost @Rs.1.00 per child per school day w.e.f 1.9.04. To improve infrastructure in Primary schools required for Mid ­Day Meal (e.g. Kitchen ­cum-Store, Drinking Water facilities, Smokeless Chulha, Pressure Cooker, Gas-based cooking, etc) To Provide mid-day meal of a quality better than had been the case so far, and Remaining savings, if any, for other interventions connected with further improvement of the programme e.g. de-worming, micronutrient supplementation, and management, monitoring & evaluation.

Assistance for Management, Monitoring & Evaluation (MME) @ not less than 0.9% of the total assistance on items 1-3 above for the year, 2004-05, and @ not less than 1.8% of such total assistance from 2005-06. (Total Provision in the Scheme on account of MME would be @ 2% of allocation on the remaining items. Exact bifurcation of this 2% provision between Central and State Governments will be decided by the National ­ level steering ­cum-Monitoring Committee, subject to the above minimum share of State Governments.) Assistance for provision of cooked Mid-Day-Meal during summer vacation to school children, as per prevailing parameters, in areas declared by State Governments as "drought-affected". Note: Copies of G.O.Ms.No.94 Edn.( SE. Prog I) Dept, dated 25-112002 along with guidelines issued by Government of India are enclosed in Annexure VI.

26. Strengthening of Linguistic Minority Education (TLM). Introduction: This scheme is meant for supply of teaching learning material. Year of Starting: 2007-08 Objective: To supply of TLM for Upper Primary and High schools of linguistic minority medium schools Description: Under this scheme it is proposed to supply the material to linguistic Minority medium schools like Oriya, Tamil, Kannada, Marathi Gujarati, Bengali, Urdu minority medium schools in the State. Components: Provide materials, learning materials, kids, and libraries books (furniture, block board, games equipments, chalk pieces) Unit cost: Rs. 10,000/Districts covered 23 districts Beneficiaries : 1079 upper primary & high schools of linguistic minority medium Budget :

Year 2007-08 Allocation Releases 1079 schools. Physical Target

Rs. In. lakhs)

55.00

Drawal Procedure :

Head of Account 2202-05-102-11-(11) Procedure of Drawl of Funds DV Bill

or as per B.R.O of Finance Dept.

Form no. 58

Drawing Officer AAO in O/o DSE / AD in O/os DEOs

Guidelines: Supply of teaching learning material to linguistic minority medium, Upper Primary and High schools in the State. Purchases are to be followed as per financial code rules

UTILISATION CERTIFICATE An amount of Rs. ______________ (Rupees _______________________ only) released, during the year ____________ under the scheme of ______________________________________________ (State Scheme ) vide G.O. No. ______, Dated __________ and proceedings No. _____________ Dated __________, has been utilised for the purpose for which it was sanctioned and balance amount of Rs. ______________ (Rupees ____________________ ____________________________ only) will be adjusted in future grants. Signature of the DOE Date: Place:

27.Student Safety Insurance Scheme: Introduction: Government desired to introduce Student Safety Insurance scheme for the school going children of Classes I to X studying in Government, Aided and School of Local Bodies in the State for insuring death or disabled due to accident at a nominal premium. Further Government have directed therein the Director of School Education, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad to appoint an Insurance Broker following due procedure and furnish the details and various options to Government on priority basis and taking a final decision on the issue. Year of Starting : 2006-07. Objectives: To cover the students of I to X classes for insuring death or disablement due to accident at a nominal premium. Description: It is proposed to introduce the scheme for the benefit of the school going children from classes I to X classes covering the students from the different managements, like State Government, Local Bodies and private aided schools in Andhra Pradesh. As per statistical information available in this office for the academic year 2004-2005, there are 1,34,11,068 students studying in classes I to X in different managements. The coverage will be for 24 hours and 365 days. And risk covered may be on following lines:

For death ­ Rs. 25,000, Permanent total disablement loss of two limbs Rs. 25,000/- , loss of one limb- Rs. 12,500/-, Medical expenses ( following accidents)- rs. 1,000/- (Max), Loss of Books ( in accidents) ­ Rs. 250/- , Sickness coverage ( Epidemics )- Rs. 1,000/-, Death of Parent ( to continue studies) ­ Rs. 5,000/-, Mentally challenged ­ Rs. 5000/-. Districts Covered: - 23 districts

Beneficiaries : I to X class students of Government, Aided and local body schools. Budget:

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Year 2007-08

Allocation

Rs. In lakhs

Releases

Physical Target

336.00

Drawal Procedure :

Head of Account 2202-80-001-11-(01) Procedure of Drawl of Funds DV Bill or

as per B.R.O of

Form no.

Drawing Officer AAO in O/o DSE / AD in O/os DEOs

Finance Dept.

58

28- Innovation in School Education. Introduction:The above amount was sanctioned under "Innovation in School Education Scheme" for conduct of Innovation and Research in School Education by Teacher and Teacher Educators. Year of Starting Objectives: To strengthen class room practices in School Education. To promote innovative practices, research activities in School Education. To develop expertise activities in research. To disseminate the findings of the research & innovative activities in the shape of research abstracts. To take necessary measures to initiate, sponsor and co-ordinate research activities in School Education. Description: Conducting training programmes to the teachers at Primary/Upper Primary/Secondary level on research activities such as preparation of research proposal, preparation of Research reports. Conducting of workshops for the preparation of modules on research such as Case Studies, Action research, Research methodology and tool development etc. Evaluating research reports prepared by the participants. Components: Publication of material. Unit Cost: Differs from proposal to proposal Districts Covered : All 23 Districts Beneficiaries: Teachers, Teacher Educators and Students. Details of Budget:

Year 2007-08

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: 2004-05

Allocation (Rs. In. lakhs 15.00

Releases

Physical Target As per beneficiaries the

Drawal Procedure :

Head of Account 2202-01-800-11-(31) Procedure of Drawl of Funds DV Bill

or as per B.R.O of Finance Dept.

Form no. 58

Drawing Officer AAO in O/o DSE / AD in O/os DEOs

Guidelines: Periodical Guidelines shall be prepared. Long, short term schedules will be encouraged . In house researches are the main to be conducted by all the Departments of SCERT. Class room practices by the teachers/teacher educators will be encouraged by awarding minimum amounts (Rs. 2,000/- to 5,000/only) Research material such as ; Preparing Research proposal Winning a Research Proposal Writing a research Report Doing Action Research Documenting the class room practices etc., will be prepared by the Department of RICE by conducting workshops both at the Regional and State level by paying an Honorarium of Rs. 1000/- per day to each participant. Those books will be in English and in Telugu RICE will work for a State vide project an behalf of SCERT for the Academic year 2006-07 Research Seminar will be conducted by the SCERT Synthesis report will be prepared to strengthen the curriculum of School and Teacher Education Budgetary component may be released in conducting Workshops/Meetings /Seminars by paying amounts as per the suggested norms by the RICE . Screening Committee decision is final with regard to selection of proposal. Three copies of draft final report (without bound) along with three copies of summary are to be sent to the SCERT with all the supporting documents. An Expert /Sub-Committee members of SRAC will review the draft project reports to asses the contribution of work for the field. With these comments the person in-charge is required to revise the draft and final report in full shape with bound is to be sent to the Director, SCERT.

29.

Construction of Buildings of DEO/Dy.E.O Offices

Introduction : At present certain offices of DEOs in the state are functioning in rented buildings. Hence it is very much essential to provide pucca building to those offices. Year of starting: 2006-07 Objectives: To provide budget every year for construction of Government buildings under School Education Department to improve the office administration and save the rental expenditure to the Government. Description: As a policy matter Government have to provide budget every year for the construction of Government building under School Education Department in order to improve the office administration and save the rental expenditure to the Government. During the year 2006-07 Nellore, Guntur, Hyderabad, East Godavari District DEOs and DSE office have been proposed to construct the buildings. Components: Construction of Buildings of DEO offices, DSE office District wise break-up of Budget provided is as follows: Sl.No. 1 2 3 4 5 District Nellore Guntur Hyderabad East Godavari DSE Total Rs. in lakhs

Districts covered : Nellore, Guntur, Hyderabad, East Godavari District DEO Offices and the Director of School Education Office. Beneficiaries: Pucca buildings to offices. Budget : Year 2007-08 Drawal Procedure :

Head of Account 4202-01-202-11-(74) 4202-01-201-11-(74) Procedure of Drawl of Funds Form no. Drawing Officer AAO in O/o DSE / AD in O/os DEOs

Allocation Rs. In lakhs

Releases

Physical Target

750.00

LOC

58

30. (A) Welfare of SC/ST/BC ­ Material Supplies: Introduction: It is a state plan scheme and it is a new scheme.

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Year of starting: 2006-07 Objective: Under universalization of elementary education and implementation of national Education policy text books are supplied free of cost to the children of SC,ST,BCs to ensure their academic progress. Description: Text books and work books are to be supplied to the children free of cost to SC/ ST/BCs children studying in Government schools / local body schools / aided schools form class I to X. Text books and work books are to be supplied to them to ensure their academic progress. In the absence of particular subject teacher text books and work books are the only source material available to the students. Components : Supply of Material ­ i.e., Text Books and work Books District covered : 23 districts through Director of Govt. Text book Press. Beneficiaries Budget: : SC, ST, BC students

Year

Allocation Rs. In lakhs 1100.00

Releases

Physical Target 24.56 lakhs SC students 10.92 lakhs of ST Students and 48.15 lakhs B.C. Students

2007-08

Guidelines: As per orders of Government in G.O.Ms.No.92 Edn., Dt. 22-4-1997 the Nationalized Text Books are being supplied to the following category of children on free of cost every year. Class I to V Class I to X All students Govt./Z.P. and Municipal managements. S.C., S.T., B.C. and Physically Handicapped students Govt. Z.P., Municipal and Aided Managements. Girl students Govt./.P. and Municipal managements.

Class VI to VIII

There are 24.56 lakhs of S.C. Students and 10.92 Lakhs of S.T. Children and 48.15 Lakhs of B.C. Children are studying in Government/Local Body schools. The Text Books and work Books are to be supplied to them ensuing their academic progress. Text Books guide the course of academic progress and it is next to the teacher in the class room. An amount of Rs.1000.00 lakhs is proposed for this purpose under Plan Budget 2006-07 of School Education. Drawal Procedure :

Head of Account 2202-01-789-11-(29) 2202-01-796-11-(29) Procedure of Drawl of Funds Form no. Drawing Officer Director, Text Book Press, Hyd

DV Bill

or as per B.R.O of Finance Dept.

58

(B). Minority Welfare - Material Supply: Introduction: It is a new state plan scheme. Year of starting: 2006-07 Objective: Under universalization of elementary education and implementation of national Education policy text books are supplied free of cost to the children of Minority community (Urdu and Linguistic) to ensure their academic progress. Description: Text books and work books are to be supplied to the minority children free of cost to studying in Government schools / local body schools / aided schools form class I to X. Text books and work books are to be supplied to them ensure their academic progress. Components : Supply of Material ­ i.e., Text Books and work Books Districts covered : 23 districts through Director of Govt. Text book Press. Beneficiaries: Minority students (Urdu and Linguistic) Budget:

Year

Allocation Rs. In lakhs 110.00

Releases Physical

Target

2007-08

3.36 =lakhs Urdu Medium students 14,700= Oriya medium students, 11,000 =Tamil students 13.300= Kannada medium students.

Drawal Procedure :

Head of Account 2202-01-800-11-(29) Procedure of Drawl of Funds Form no. Drawing Officer Director, Text Book Press, Hyd.

DV Bill

58

Guidelines: As per orders of Government in G.O.Ms.No, 92 Education, dt. 22-4-1997 the Nationalised Text Books are being supplied to the following category of children on free of cost every year. Class I to V Class I to X All children Govt./Z.P./ And Municipal managements. S.C., S.T., B.C. and Physically Handicapped students Govt./Z.P./,Municipal and Aided managements. Girl students of Govt./ Z.P.and Municipal managements.

Class VI to VIII

There are 3.36 lakhs of Urdu Medium students, 14,700 Oriya Medium students, 11,000 Tamil Medium 13,300 Kannada Medium students, studying from Class I to X in Government/Local body schools. The Urdu Medium students are to be supplied with Urdu Medium Text Books and Work Books which help them to actively participate in the class room teaching learning process an amount of Rs. 110.00 Lakhs is provided in Budget Estimates to ensure free supply of Text Books under Plan to Linguistic Minority students during the year 2006-07.

31. 1000 Schools Computerization Project Introduction: The Government have initiated action to bridge the digital divide between rural and urban children in the State during 2000-01. The Department of School Education, Government of A.P., started a pilot programme with one High School in each district under `Computer Literacy And Studies in School (CLASS)' project on `Build-OwnOperate-Transfer (BOOT)' model to impart computer education to children and teachers in 2001-02. On the basis of the Pilot project the Department introduced "1000 Schools Computerization Project" in June 2002. The main purpose of the Project is to impart computer education to all the children of classes VI to X and also to the teachers in 1000 Government High Schools (Govt., ZP, Municipal and Residential schools). The Project is being implemented on BOOT model by three Agencies viz., NIIT, APTECH & EVERONN. Year of starting: June 2002 Objectives: To create computer awareness and literacy among children and teachers To improve technical skills of teachers and students. To improve enrolment, retention and quality of education. Creating/developing interest levels among students. Descriptions: Coverage: All 23 Districts Duration of the project: 5 years (from 2002 to 2007) No. of computer were supplied on the basis of the category of schools, strength as given below: Category A (Day School) B (Day School) D (Residential) E (Residential) F (Residential) Strength >400 >250and <400 >400 >250 and <400 <250 No. of Computers allotted 10+1 server 8+1 server 20+1 server 15+1 server 10+1 server No. of Schools 360 361 88 162 29

Classes covered: VI to X. Cost of project: Rs.227.99 Crores (payment to be made in 10 equal half yearly installments payable in June & December every year). No. of computers installed: 11968. Every year approximately more than 4 lakh children are benefited and all teachers of the schools are trained. Two computer instructors to each school have been provide by the implementing Agencies. Computer textbooks are supplied to every student free of cost by the agency. Website for each group (three adjacent districts as one group) have been developed and is maintained by the Agencies. Monitoring Mechanism: The State Project Director had constituted monitoring teams at the State and District levels for conducting monthly review meetings with the implementing Agencies. The state team consists of the State Project Director, Director of Schools Education, Addl. State Project Director, Director, SCERT and MIS persons. The State Project Director conducts month review meetings on every 3rd Saturday with the Agencies to monitor the implementation of the project and to take necessary corrective measures immediately. In these meetings the State Project Director reviews enrolment, attendance, coverage of syllabus, examination results, teacher training, utilization of internet hours and creative projects developed by the students, issue relating to staff positioning etc. The district team consists of Joint Collectors who meet once in a month to review the progress of the project in the district. Evaluation: Performance of students is being evaluated by four unit tests and three Terminal Examinations. Unit Cost: Total cost of the Project is Rs. 227.99 Crores.As per the contract, a half yearly installment amount of Rs.22.79 Crores is being paid to the Agencies. District Covered:- All 23 Districts. Beneficiaries: All Students of Classes VI to X and all teachers of 1000 schools.

Budget:

Year 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 Budget (Rs. In lakh) 4559.82 4559.82 4559.82 4559.82 4559.82 7350.61 Releases 4553.32 4486.10 3391.92 933.59 Physical Target 1000 Schools 1000 schools 1000 schools 1000 schools

Drawal Procedure : Head of Account 2202-02-800-11-(15) 2202-02-789-11-(16) 2202-02-796-11-(14) Procedure of Drawl of Funds

DV Bill

or as per B.R.O of Finance Dept.

Form no.

58

Drawing Officer AAO in O/o DSE / AD in O/os DEOs

Guidelines: The following norms and guidelines have been incorporated in contracts: Service hours: Computer classes can be conducted in between 10.00 A.M. to 4.30 P.M. in case of day schools and in between 11.00 A.M. to 7.00 P.M. in case of residential schools. Provision of computer education including equipment: The contractor shall provide, supply, install commission of the equipments and maintain the same against all risks during the contract period. Relevant text books/training material shall also be provided by the contractor free of cost to all students who are being imparted computer education by the contractor. Website for each group: The contractor shall create a website for each group. The running and maintenance of the website will also be the responsibility of the contractor. Requirement of software: The contractor shall prepare the required software for teaching the syllabus.

Provision of all services without interruption: The computer education shall be provided in all the contracted schools by the contractor, without interruption. Provision of faculty: The contractor shall provide two faculty members for each school to provide computer education. Custody of assets, hardware, software and other accessories: The contractor shall not remove away any equipment, material or software from the training center with prior approval of the HM. Attendance register for the staff and log book for the systems: The contractor shall maintain a separate attendance register for each and every class/section and also maintain a log book for recording down time of the computers and other accessories. Insurance: Contractor shall insure all its equipment installed under the contract at his own cost. The electricity charges for running the center shall be borne by the contractor. Similarly payment of telephone charges and Internet charges is responsibility of the contractor.

32. Provision of Incentives to SC, ST Girls for enhancement of SC & ST Girl Child Enrolment in High Schools: Introduction : This is a new state plan scheme. It has been proposed by Government of Andhra Pradesh for enhancement of SC & ST Girl Child Enrolment in High Schools by providing incentives to SC, ST Girl Children studying 8th, 9th and 10th classes. Year of starting: 2006-07 Objectives : The aim of the scheme is to encourage SC. and ST. girls for improvement of enrollment in the high schools Description: The aim of the scheme is to encourage SC. and ST. girls for improvement of enrollment in the high schools by providing cash stipends to the students of Class 8th, 9th and 10th classes. This scheme is meant only for SC and ST Girl students. Components : Providing stipends to all SC. and ST. Girl students. Unit cost: For each student of 8th Class : stipend @ Rs.50/- per month. For each student of 9th Class : stipend @ Rs.75/- per month. For each student of 10 th Class : stipend @ Rs.100/- per month. District covered: 23 Districts Beneficiaries: SC, ST Girl students for secondary schools Budget allocation : Year 2007-08 Drawal Procedure : Head of Account 2202-02-789-11-(12) 2202-02-796-11-(12) Procedure of Drawl of Funds

DV Bill

or as per B.R.O of Finance Dept.

Allocation Rs. In lakhs 100.00

Releases

Physical Target

Form no.

58

Drawing Officer AAO in O/o DSE / AD in O/os DEOs

33. Universalisation of Primary Education (Andarki Vidya ­ Vidya Volunteers). Introduction: Under the Scheme of Universalisation of Primary Education (ANDARIKI VIDYA) the Government has decided to provide subject teachers to all the needy schools Year of Starting: 1998 Description: To provide teachers to all needy schools. Description: To develop academic standards, increase in enrolment and to curtail dropouts and also to maintain the teacher pupil ratio of 1:40, Government have decided to engage Vidya volunteers in all schools in the state. Objectives: Promote Universalisation of Elementary Education. Promote imparting of quality education. Mobilize children, parents and community in favour of schooling. Assist the Government teachers in teaching and to retain the new entrants admitted recently. Assist the Government teachers in the adverse teacher pupil ratio and to assist the school committees to improve the infrastructure. To encourage volunteerism and a sense of participation among those who are concerned with and committed to promoting quality education. Components : Honorarium @ Rs.1000/- per months (Now proposed Rs. 1500/-) Unit cost : Rs. 1000/- for each Vidya volunteer per month. (Now proposed Rs. 1500/-)

Districts covered: 22 Districts Beneficiaries Budget

Year 2007-08 B.E. Rs. 190. 00 lakhs Releases Physical Targets 10,000 Vidya Volunteers

: Students/Vidya Volunteers

Drawal Procedure : Head of Account 2202-01-800-11-(10) 2202-02-800-11-(11) Procedure of Drawl of Funds DV Bill & GIA

or as per B.R.O of Finance Dept.

Form no. 58, 102

Drawing Officer AAO in O/o DSE / AD in O/os DEOs

Guidelines: o The Vidya volunteers were engaged by the School Education Committees, on the Contract basis, which is deemed to have been terminated on the last working day of the academic year. o To develop academic standards, increase in enrolment and to curtail dropouts and also to maintain the teacher pupil ratio of 1:40 Proforma The Information to be submitted by the DEO to the Director of School Education

Sl. No. Name of the High School (with Mandal) No. of posts sanctioned (subjectwise) No. of posts vacant (subjectwise) on 14.6.2006 4 Strength of the school, as on 14.6.06(Medium wise) No of Vidya volunteers required (Subject wise Medium wise) 6

1

2

3

5

Utilization Certificate Details of Vidya Volunteer appointed in ................................ District Year Physical:Cadre of the Vidya Volunteer i) SGT ii) School Assistant iii) Language Pandit iv) PET No. of Vidya Volunteers appointed No. of Vidya Volunteers working No. of Vidya volunteers not joined No. of Vidya Volunteers working at present

Monthly Report to be furnished by the District Educational Officer, Financial:District: Stage

1

Month:Budget allotted

2

Budget incurred

3

Balance of Budget surrendered

4

Primary Upper Primary High School

34. Providing of Basic Amenities to all schools in the State(Providing Drinking Water and Toilets) Introduction: Year of Starting: 1997-98 Objectives: Description: There are many Govt. High Schools in the State functioning in private rented buildings. As such huge amount is spent on rent for these private buildings every year. In order to avoid the expenditure on rents and to provide safe and clean class rooms to the students this scheme is introduced. Components: District Covered: 23 Ditricts Beneficiaries: All schools in the State. Budget

Year Allocation

Rs.in lakhs)

Releases

Physical Targets

2007-08

2000.00

-

Drawal Procedure : Head of Account 2202-01-800-11-(05) Procedure of Drawl of Funds

DV Bill

or as per B.R.O of Finance Dept.

Form no.

58

Drawing Officer AAO in O/o DSE / AD in O/os DEOs

Guidelines: District Educational Officer has to identify the needy schools and submit the list to District Collector, Hyderabad and utilize the amounts in consultation with Public Works Department.

35. A.P. OPEN SCHOOL SOCIETY :: HYDERABAD. I. INTRODUCTION :

A.P. Open School Society was established in the year 1991 as an autonomous organization to provide a flexible type of non-formal education to the dropout children. The scheme is functioning in all the 23 districts with the financial assistance provided by the Government of Andhra Pradesh. II. YEAR OF ESTABLISHMENT 1991 III. OBJECTIVES OF THE SCHEME : The basic aim is to provide alternative system of education to the dropout children, who have missed the benefits of formal schooling: The immediate objectives are: 1. To provide sound, relevant education at the school stage through open learning system, such as distance education and correspondence course to prioritized groups. 2. To provide opportunities to dropout children at the school stage, to rejoin the mainstream of education and to equip them with the competencies and qualifications necessary to become competent and successful citizens. 3. To identify and promote standards of learning in the distance education system and open school system will maintain standards of equivalence (minimum learning outcomes) with the formal system of education while retaining its own distinct character. IV. ACTIVITY, DESCRIPTION OF THE SCHEME : A volunteer gathers a list of 30 dropouts and submits to the District Educational Officer through the Headmaster of a nearby school. After verification of the list a study center is allotted to him; he will be called a Teacher Counselor and runs the study center. Equivalency courses run by APOSS is follows: Stage-II, Stage-III, Stage-IV and Stage-V equivalent to Class VI, Class VII, Class VIII and Class IX respectively. Learners attend the contact classes for three days in a week for two hours a day at their convenient time; where Teacher Counselor guides them. Trimester system at Upper Primary level and Semester system at Secondary level is followed. Learners go to the school at the end of every trimester and semester for face to face contact programme. Self learning modules are supplied to the learners at free of cost.

District Coordinator assist the District Educational Officer in monitoring the study centers. DIET lecturers and MEOs also visit the study centers. Regional Coordinators assist the Director in monitoring the scheme at state level. Regional Coordinators visits the orientation programme and study centers at the time of contact programme. Trimester and Semester wise examinations are conducted; and 10% of internal assessment marks and 90% of external assessment marks are taken into consideration for the final evaluation of the learner. V. COMPONENTS: Remuneration to the field staff, Teaching Learning Material Development of Modules, Orientation Programme, Learner contingency expenditure, Audio-Visual preparation, conduct of examinations and processing of results. VI. BENEFICIARIES: Client group of APOSS consist of drop-outs of the formal system, products of Continued Learning Centres / Post Literacy Centres of adult education programme, and any others who desires to continue their education up to secondary level. Clientele of APOSS can be grouped into three broad categories. (a) Social groups · Educationally backward regions with a long history of educational deprivation; · Women particularly in rural areas; · Scheduled castes, Scheduled tribes and other backward communities; · Religious minority groups; · Linguistics groups; · Working children; · Migrating population; · Differently abled persons. (b) Groups with different Educational background · Those who left primary education without completing it and have attended grades up to: grade 1&2 and; grade 3,4&5 · Those who completed primary education but left school with out completing upper primary level · Those who left school in primary level and attended non-formal education center · Those who could not complete secondary education · Those who attended literacy classes and are certified as literates with skill of literacy, numeracy and functional knowledge.

(c) Age groups · The clientele of APOSS is above 12 years of age. · Below 15 years of age--school going age group and school dropouts · Above 15 years of age-particularly pre marriage age girls and nonparticipating youth, working adults including mothers engaged in house hold work These are the groups which missed the opportunity of education through formal system; and alternative system like open schooling, with its in built flexibility, has the potential to serve their needs. VII. a)

Sl. No. norms I. II. III. IV. V. VI. VII. VIII.

UNIT COST OF STUDY CENTRE : Upper Primary Level:

Particulars Existing

Remuneration to Teacher Counselor Teaching Learning Material Development of Modules. Orientation programme to the instructors Remuneration to resource persons Payment of field functionaries Learner contingency Audio-visual material preparation Preparation of confidential material Conduct of examination, publication Of results issue of pass certificates and Memorandum of marks. TOTAL

Rs. 12,000 Rs. 3,800 Rs. 800 Rs. 1,700 Rs. 1,200 Rs. Rs. Rs. 250 350 900

-----------------Rs. 21,000 ==========

Average cost per learner is Rs. 866/-.

b)

Secondary Level:

Content Item wise Unit Cost

Sl. No. allocation of I.

Honorarium to : i. ii. iii. iv. Coordinator Rs. 2,000/Assistant Rs. 1,000/Helper Rs. 600/Rs. 500/- extra to the Coordinator if number of girls exceed 20 at study center. Remuneration to Teacher Counselor Remuneration to Resource Person at Contact programme : Invigilation remuneration Development of modules Spot valuation TA & DA to field functionaries Audio ­ Visual aids Results processing and issue of certificates Miscellaneous(Contingencies + Remuneration to Supervisors + expenditure for note books for learners and others)

Rs. 7,200/Rs. 500/-

II. III. IV. V. VI. VII. VIII. IX. X.

Rs. 14,000 Rs. 10,500 Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. 280 9,000 2,080 1,000 800 500 4,140

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VIII. BUDGET: Year 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08

Allocation Rs.

In lakhs

Releases Rs. In

lakhs

Expenditure

Rs. In lakhs

332.24 394.42 400.00

332.23 l 394.42 -

329.33 253.65 l -

Drawal Procedure : Head of Account 2202-01-800-11-(10) 2202-01-789-11-(04 2202-01-796-11-(04) IX. DISTRICTS COVERED Procedure of Drawl of Funds GIA 23 Form no. 102 Drawing Officer AAO in O/o DSE / AD in O/os DEOs

X.

PHYSICAL ACHIEVEMENTS: Year Study Centres Targ Achieveme et nt 1501 1460 1501 1501 1454 Enrollment Target Achieveme nt 46440 43073 46440 46440 44917 Appeared 42120 --Passed 31847 ---

200506 200607 200708

XI. Proforma to obtain particulars from the District Educational Officer. Sl. Study No Centres . 01 Upper Primary Level Boy s 02 Secondary Level Sl.No. Study Centres Opening Balance 01 Upper Primary Level Secondary Level Budget Releases Expenditure Closing Balance S4 Girls Tot Boy s S5 Girl s Tot Study Centres Sancti Functioni oned ng Enrollment S2

Boy s Girls Tot Boy s

S3

Girl s Tot

02

Details of the successful learners. Sl.No. No. of learners successfully completed the course No. of learners mainstreamed No. of learners continuing in APOSS

UTILIZATION CERTIFICATE It is certified that, an amount of Rs. _____________ (Rupees __________________________________________only) was released to ______________ district during the year ________________ to run OLS scheme in the districts vide the following proceedings & DDs & opening balance of Rs. __________________/- as on _______________. Procs. Rc.n o. Amount 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) dt: DD No. & Dt:

Opening balance as on 01.04.____

_________________ Total: _________________ Out of the above total amount an amount of Rs. ____________ has been spent to run OLS scheme during the year _________ and leaving the balance amount of Rs. ______________ as on 31.03._____. The amount spent on the scheme has been utilized for which the amount was sanctioned.

DISTRICT EDUCATIONAL OFFICER

Centrally Sponsored schemes

36. Computer Literacy and studies in Schools (CLASS PROJECT ) ­ SCERT. Introduction : The Government of Andhra Pradesh has introduced prestigious "1000 Schools Computer Education Project" in July 2002 in the state, to impart computer education to all the children and teachers of 1000 High schools of Govt., Z.P., Municipal and Residential Schools. Year of Starting: 2002-03 Objective: To impart computer Education to the children and teachers of 1000 High Schools of Govt., Zilla Parishad, Municipal and Residential Schools Description: This five-year project is being implemented under Build-OwnOperate-Transfer (BOOT) model with the three Agencies viz., NIIT, APTECH & EVERONN. On the basis of students strength and category of schools (Day & Residential ) computer labs with 10/15/20 computers have been developed in each school. The total cost of the project is Rs.227.99 crores. As per the contract conditions every year an amount of Rs.45.5982 Crores has to be paid to the 3 Agencies in 2 half-yearly installments. The funding for the "1000 School Computer Education Project" is coming from sources like modified Centrally Sponsored Scheme of CLASS project, Eleventh Finance Commission (EFC), excuseless and AP 1000 School Computer Education. All the funds were sanctioned by the Government under respective component heads. For this project the Government of India have sanctioned Rs.14,01,18,50/- (5% Central Share) to the State Government for imparting computer education to 500 schools under Modified Computer Literacy And Studies in Schools (CLASS) scheme for the year 2001-02 and released an amount of Rs.7,00,59,375/- to the state as 1st installment representing 50% of the sanctioned amount. Accordingly, the State Government accorded permission to C& DSE. to utilize the amount i.e. Rs.7,00,59,375/- to impart computer education to 500 Schools of 1000 schools project under the modified CLASS scheme during the year 2002-03 vide G.O.Rt.No.334, dt.14.06.2002. The amount was paid to the implementing Agencies. The State Project Director, DPEP has submitted a list of 500 schools of the scheme of "1000 Schools Computer Education Project"

SCERT

under modified CLASS project and utilization certificate for Rs.7.005 crores were submitted to Government vide Lr. No.4109/DPEP/B/03, dated 18-08-2003. A proposal for release of balance amount of Rs.7,00,59,374/- (2nd instalment) of 2002-03 and financial assistance of Rs.14,01,18,750/- for the financial year 2003-04 i.e. a total of Rs. 21,01,78,125/- submitted by the SPD., DPEP. to Govt.of A.P. for implementation of the scheme. The Govt.of India have conveyed sanction for an amount of Rs.5,27,59,375/- as second and final instalment to the State Government after adjusting (deducting) the unspent balance of Rs.1.73 crores lying with the state Government under Educational Technology (ET) Scheme. As such, the Govt.of A.P. have given administrative sanction order for an amount of Rs.5,27,59,000/- vide G.O.RT.No.529, dt.27.09.2005. Components : 1. Purchase of computers (for installation in schools) 2. Computer trainers Unit cost : ------Districts covered: 23 districts. Beneficiaries: Students of High schools. Budget :

Year 2007-08 Allocation 1018.23

(Rs. In. lakhs)

Releases

Physical Target

Drawal Procedure : Head of Account 2202-80-003-10-(10) Procedure of Drawl of Funds DV Bill and GIA

or as per B.R.O of Finance Dept.

Form no. 58, 102

Drawing Officer AAO in O/o DSE / AD in O/os SCERT

MATCHING SCHEMES 37-Strengthening of SCERT. Introduction:Strengthening of SCERT, Hyderabad (Re-organization of Teacher Education Scheme). This is 100 % Centrally Sponsored Scheme and Continuing Scheme. Now it is changed to Matching scheme with 50:50 Pattern. Year of Starting 1997-98 Objectives: To procure necessary infrastructure and equipment under Reorganisation of Teacher Education To equip SCERT with Good Library and Documentation. Description: Reference books which are useful for Research to teachers and teacher educators are to be purchased to preserve in the Library of SCERT. Components: Infrastructure / TLM / Overhead Projectors / Slides / Renovation of conference halls at latest equipment and public address system / Construction of Hostel Buildings. Unit Cost

Renovation of conference hall with audio system ­ 22.065 lakhs Renovation of conference hall with audio system ­ 22.065 lakhs Renovation of teaching staff rooms with centralized A/C system ­ 7.00 lakhs Renovation of non-teaching staff room with cubicals - 7.00 lakhs Renovation of toilets in ground floor & first floor of front building ­ 5.00 lakhs Purchase of furniture (chairs, tables and almairahs for each staff member ­ Dept wise ­ 3.00 laksh Digitaling of library books - 3.00 lakhs

Districts Covered : Director, SCERT, Hyderabad (Headquarters)

Beneficiaries

Teachers and Teacher Educators of A.P., (i.e., SCERT, IASEs, CTEs and DIETs).

Details of Budget:

Year 2007-08 Allocation (Rs. In. lakhs 50.00 Releases Physical Target Equipment, infrastructure and purchase of books

Drawal Procedure : Head of Account 2202-80-003-10-(04) 2202-80-003-06-(05) Procedure of Drawl of Funds

DV Bill

or as per B.R.O of Finance Dept.

Form no.

58

Drawing Officer AAO in O/o DSE / AD in O/os SCERT

Guidelines: As per the procedure laid down by Govt. from time to time.

STATE SCHEMES 38- Maintenance of Computer Cell in SCERT. Introduction:This is a State Plan Scheme. The Scheme is mainly intended to strengthen and maintain the Computer cell of SCERT. Year of Starting: 1997-98. Objectives: To strengthen and maintain the Computer cell in SCERT To contribute to the capacity building of teachers and teacher education. To promote ICT education in the Sate. Description: The computer cell coordinates the activities of Teacher Training Institutes. It trains teacher educators, supervisory staff and teachers and provides support for implementation of Pre- service teacher education courses like D.Ed & B.Ed. Components: 1. O/o Salaries 2. 130/132 Office expenses / other office expenses 3. 280/284 Professional Services 4. 500/503 Other charges / Other expenditure Total Details of Programmes / Expenditure 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Salaries Professional Services Training Programes educators and teachers to Teacher

Annual Maintenance of Computers Annual Maintenance of UPS Total

Unit Cost 1.

:

2.

Salaries 1 Professor 4. Programmer 1. Superintendent 2. Sr. Assistant 1- Roneo Operator 1- Attender Professional Services Honorarium to out side consultants / experts per day / per person Two D.T.P., Operators/ Programmes

3. 4. 5.

Training Programme to teacher teachers Annul Maintenance of Computers a. Computers + Printers as unit Annual Maintenance of UPS

educators

/

Districts Covered: Teacher educators of all DIETs and teacher covering 23 districts. Beneficiaries Details of Budget: Year 200708 Allocation (Rs. In. lakhs 15.00 Releases Target Physical Achievement

50 Computer 1 UPS

: 200 Teacher Educators and 1800 teachers

Drawal Procedure :

Head of Account 2202-80-003-11-(10) Procedure of Drawl of Funds Salaries

or as per B.R.O of Finance Dept

Form no. 47

Drawing Officer AAO in O/o DSE / AD in O/os SCERT

Guidelines: TA & DA for payment may be as per the APTA rules. Faculty of SCERT/DIET/CTEs are not entitled for any honorarium. Teachers of State run schools should be given priority in selecting the beneficiaries

Note: Since the plan is being implemented at Head quarters there is no need for Proforma. 39. Training Programme for Secondary School Maths and Physical Science Teachers. Introduction: This scheme was initiated for Maths and Physical Science Teachers. As Science and Technology has been growing and it is the basis of development of economy of the country, the Department of School Education felt the need of inclusion of hardcore topics and advanced concepts in the school curriculum. Keeping in view of the above needs in 1993 syllabus was revised. Year of Starting: 1995-96 Objectives : v To provide the teachers of Secondary Schools with the latest and advanced information in the content and methodology of science and mathematics. v To equip the teachers with the skills involved in conducting experiments / activities. v To develop Teachers Hand Books and other Teaching learning modules like manual of experiments, kits etc.

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Description: As the syllabus was revised including latest information in Science & Mathematics, the teachers were found not well equipped to handle the classes effectively. To fulfill the gap the scheme of "Training programme for Secondary School Teachers of Maths and Science" has been designed by the SCERT to provide training to teachers. Conducting workshops, development of modules, Teachers hand books, organizing training programmes are some of the activities. Components: Teachers. Guidelines State level workshops shall be conducted for development of material on Hard core concepts in Science, related methodology aspects, Scientific temper, attitudes and values by involving the experts from the University, reputed Science Writers, experienced class room teachers, teacher educators etc. Conduct of Training Programmes to In-service

Training Programmes shall be organized for Key Resource Persons by selecting 5-10 experience expert teachers from each district. Training Programmes shall be conducted at district level in all districts by identifying the committed, strong teachers under the supervision of State Resource Team. Unit Cost: (a) (i)

State Level Workshops for module development and Printing of sufficient number of copies ( @. 2,760/- per participant total number : 100 ) : Training to KRPs State Level (@. 4,000/- per participant for 50 Resource Persons) : Training Programme at District level (@. 1,380/- per participant for 500 strong teachers) Total

: --------------------: --------------------

Beneficiaries: 600 Strong teachers including 75,000 students studying in those schools. (b) Training Programme in Mathematics education ----------------------Grand Total : _____________ ( The details of this programme are herewith enclosed) Details of Budget: Year 200708 Allocation (Rs. In. lakhs 5.00 Releases Target Physical Acheivement

Drawal Procedure :

Head of Account 2202-02-105-11-(30) 2202-02-789-11-(09) Procedure of Drawl of Funds Salaries, DV Bill and GIA Form no. 47, 58, 102 Drawing Officer AAO in O/o DSE / AD in O/os SCERT

2202-02-796-11-(10)

or as per B.R.O of Finance Dept

40- Research and Publication in Director of School Education & SCERT Introduction:It is a State Plan Scheme. Year of Starting: 1994-95. Objectives: To take up Research Studies in emerging areas like curriculum reforms, examinations reforms and other quality improvement aspects. Description: It is proposed to take up studies in the areas of curriculum reforms, Examinations reforms and other quality improvement aspects and to publish them for wider dissemination. Components: Publication of material Unit Cost : i. Each Study not exceeding Rs.25, 000/ii. Quarterly Magazine / Brouchers / Bulletin Rs. 25, 000/Districts Covered : All 23 Districts Beneficiaries Details of Budget: Year 2007-08 Allocation (Rs. In. lakhs 4.70 Releases Physical Target : Teachers, Teacher Educators and Students.

Drawal Procedure :

Head of Account 2202-80-003-11-(04) Procedure of Drawl of Funds DV Bill

or as per B.R.O of Finance Dept

Form no. 58

Drawing Officer AAO in O/o DSE / AD in O/os SCERT

Guidelines: School Teachers shall be provided Training / Workshop for taking up Innovative Action Research Projects / Studies. Steps shall be taken to encourage the faculty of DIETs/CTEs/IASEs to collect the information on good school practices with in their district and submit for publication. Proforma for identifying

Good School Practices

Name of the District:............................ Date:........... Name of the Name of Sl.No. Mandal the School

Innovative Practices carried

Impact / Achievements

41. Educational Technology Programme ­ Strengthening of A.V. Education of Mana-TV. Introduction: Government of Andhra Pradesh has started an Educational channel under the supervision of SAPNET named "Mana-TV" with the objective to provide quality education to all school children. Year of starting 2001 Objectives Providing quality education to school children To reach the un-reached through satellite network To train teachers through teleconferences To get feedback and monitor performance at filed level through the network Description

The major activities of the scheme are

Identification and training of teachers for live presentation Identification of content area for developing T.V. lessons live and recorded. Developing media calendars Organizing workshops to verify the quality of live lessons Organizing workshops to develop video scripts Transmission of lessons as per schedule Coordinating with SAPNET and obtaining feedback Taking up content and field research. Components Developing media calendars, video lessons, training teachers, conducting workshops, converting Beta format into C.D format etc., Unit cost The per capita expenditure for student on non-recurring items comes to be Rs.31.2/. The per capita recurring expenditure for the year 2005-06 is Rs.42.73/- whereas during 2006-07 it is Rs. 26.02. Districts covered All the 23 districts are covered

Budget Year

2007-08

Allocation (Rs. in lakhs)

220.00

Release

-

Physical Target

1 ½ hour recorded transmission and 1 ½ hour of live transmission on every working day of the academic year from July to March

Drawal Procedure :

Head of Account 2202-02-789-11-(09) Procedure of Drawl of Funds DV Bill

or as per B.R.O of Finance Dept

Form no. 58

Drawing Officer AAO in O/o DSE / AD in O/os SCERT

Guidelines The budget sanction under this scheme is to be utilized for Training teachers/ teacher educators / supervisory faculty for production of video scripts and supportive visual material / monitoring feedback / expanding viewer-ship etc., Developing scripts for live and prerecorded video programmes. Developing live and pre-recorded videocassettes in Beta / DVD / CD forms and mutual conversion. Transmission charges for live and recorded programmes. Capital cost towards maintenance of Mana-TV studio - school education department component. Maintenance of Mana-TV cell at SCERT. Procurement and maintenance of equipment and infrastructure to update the Mana-TV cell at SCERT. Any other activity related to implementation of EDUSAT project in A.P. Proforma for obtaining progress report for monitoring

S. No. 1 2

Month

Physical targets Activities Activities planned organized

Financial targets Estimated Expended

42. Incentives to Writers of Books on Curriculum and Extra Curriculum subjects Introduction : It is a State Plan Scheme:Authors will write good books on the identified things on curriculum and extra curriculum subjects that books will be evaluated by Expert committee. By reading these books children and adults will acquire learning tools and learning contents throughout their life to make informed decisions. It will encourage children reading habits in children to solve issues and problems as given in various assignments and projects by teachers as part of evaluation . Year of Starting : 2005-06 Objective: To encourage good writers and authors by giving them some incentives To take steps to promote good books in the Society so that, sensitivity and responding heart are created in people. To promote in people critical thinking, positive attitude and scientific temper in their day to day life. Description: This scheme will be implemented in a phased manner. In the first phase, notification will be given in all leading newspapers inviting books from authors/ publishers , in the second phase an expert committee consisting of educationists, psychologists, Sociologists, Teacher Educators and Scientists will be constituted at State Level to evaluate the books received from the Authors/ Publishers. In the third phase, the books will be evaluated by the State level Expert Committee. In the fourth phase first and second prizes will be given on all themes. Components: Authors/ Publishers Unit Cost: Districts Covered: 23 districts Beneficiaries: Writers of books Details of Budge:Year Allocation (Rs. In. lakhs Releases Physical Target

2007-08

16.50

Drawal Procedure :

Head of Account 2202-02-789-11-(09) Procedure of Drawl of Funds DV Bill

or as per B.R.O of Finance Dept

Form no. 58

Drawing Officer AAO in O/o DSE / AD in O/os SCERT

Guidelines: · · · · · · · · Cash awards upto 10,000/- will be awarded to those writers whose books are approved by the State Level Experts Committee. Subject Experts will be paid an Honorarium of Rs. 1000/- per day after submitting the book wise report with comments Books and curriculum vitae and to the submitted directly to the Director, SCERT along with the Manuscript / Professor. Certificate may be submitted by the authors / writers stating that the writer up is original and not the published on duplicated material Authors / writer schedule submit their Broachers (2) along with their photos. The Academic accountability rests wish the faculty who initiates the prose of author Committee selection will be final in selection of the books. The books which are submitted will not be sent back to the authors/ writers

STATE SCHEMES 43. Organization of South India Science Fair. Introduction: Visweswaraiah Institute of Technological museum, Bangalore in collaboration with the Southern States namely A.P., Karnataka, Tamilnadu, Kerala and Pandichery organizes SISF ­ every year on rotation basis. Year of Starting: 1981-82 Objectives: To provide a platform to exhibit innovative scheme projects for High School children. To promote scientific temper, inquiring attitudes among student community. To exchange cultural relations and to develop brother hood among the Southern region educational institutions and personnel. Description: The best exhibits / projects under different themes in the State Level Science Exhibitions of all the Southern States are allowed as participants in SISF every year. Exhibits developed by school teachers have also got a place in SISF. The SISF is organized for 5 days. The Fair includes exhibition of projects, conduct of competitions on Essay writing, Seminars, Elocution quiz and cultural programmes every day. VIPs of the state are invited and the fair is organized in a festive mood. The selected exhibits by the committees on Judges will be awarded cash prizes mementos and merit certificates are also given to the participants. Components: Expenditure towards Exhibition of Projects, Conducting Seminars , competitions and Distribution of Prizes.

Unit Cost: Varies with the place where the SISF is organized (State) Traveling allowance to the students, and teachers. Daily allowance for teachers and students for 7 days. Prizes and cash awards. Material cost for the dramas competitions and science seminar competitions. Districts Covered: 23 districts Selection of teachers; Best Exhibits are selected by the committee of judges at each level, Mandal , districts and State . Beneficiaries: Participant teachers, Students, Students & teachers of the visiting schools to the Fair General Public at large. Budget:Year 2006-07 Allocation (Rs. In. lakhs 204.10 Releases Physical Target

Drawal Procedure :

Head of Account 2202-80-003-11-(04) Procedure of Drawl of Funds DV Bill

or as per B.R.O of Finance Dept

Form no. 58

Drawing Officer AAO in O/o DSE / AD in O/os SCERT

Guidelines: Schedule of the Fair along with the guidelines shall be communicated to each district well in advance. Wide publicity shall be given to the Fair at district / State Level through brochures, pamphlets, Press Media & Electronic media. The Fair must be organized in a befitting manner by involving the public- representatives, NGOs, VIPs, Officials of departments, local community etc. Local donors, Philanthropists must be motivated to contribute prizes/ awards etc., to the winners, if possible for all participants of the Fair.

Proforma for Judging Exhibits

Remarks Name of the School and Address Name of the participants Name of the Exhibit s Creativity / 25 Marks /Novelity Expre ssion 25 Marks

Sl.N o

Categor y of the Exhibit

Cost 25 Marks

Utility 25 marks

44. Organization of Science Fair and Talent Research Competition (SCERT) Introduction : It is State plan scheme. Every year Science Talent Search / Seminar Competition are conducted on behalf of National Science Museums in Southern Region with a view to promote scientific temper among the students. Year of Starting :- 1972- 73 Objectives; To inculcate in the minds of young students a spirit of scientific enquiry and analytical thinking. To provide a platform to the budding scientists for exchanging ides. To nurture a feeling of national integration among young talents from every corner of the country. Description: On behalf of National Science Museums in Southern Region, with a view to promote scientific temper among the students to share the innovations across the State and Nation, Science Fairs are conducted.

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Components: Organization of State Level competition at district level. Unit Cost : It includes conveyance to the participants, expenditure towards organizing seminar, publication of the book on the seminar.

Districts covered :- 23 Districts

Beneficiaries: Students of all High Schools in the State. Details of Budget: Year 2007-08 Allocation (Rs. In. lakhs) 4.90 Releases Physical Target

Drawal Procedure :

Head of Account 2202-80-796-11-(05) Procedure of Drawl of Funds DV Bill

or as per B.R.O of Finance Dept

Form no. 58

Drawing Officer AAO in O/o DSE / AD in O/os SCERT

Guidelines: Wide publicity is to be given by way of publishing broachers, display posters, press coverage etc., for participation in the competitions. Talented people are the nations wealth catch the talent and nurture them to grow them full potential. Take steps to encourage children to participate in maximum numbers.

45. RIDF Introduction: This scheme aims at providing and improving the Infrastructure facilities in Urban and Rural areas schools in the State. Government have sanctioned an amount of Rs.30299.26 lakhs for 1176 works (Construction of Classrooms, Science & Computer Labs, Toilets and Drinking Water facilities) for creating additional infrastructure in High Schools in 22 districts with loan assistance under Rural InfraStructure Development Fund XI, NABARD., Year of Starting: 2005-06 Objectives: To strengthening the infrastructure facilities in the School Education Dept., the Government has approved and sanctioned the construction of Buildings under various schemes of School Education Dept. Description: Most of the High Schools in the State do not have sufficient infrastructure facilities such as Class rooms, Labs, Staff Room and other rooms etc. This is severely hindering the children's academic growth; and such lack of facilities also causing much inconvenience to the teaching staff in discharging their duties effectively. As a consequence the quality of education is deteriorating. To improve the infrastucture facilities in High School, the Government have sanctioned this programme. Unit Cost: Beneficiaries:1176 High School Students Budget:

Year 2007-08

(Rs. In lakhs)

Allocation

Physical Target 1176 High Schools(Classrooms, Science & Computer Labs, Library, Staff room, Toilets and Drinking Water facilities.

1650.32

Drawal Procedure : Head of Account 4202-01-202-07-(04) Procedure of Drawl of Funds

DV Bill

or as per B.R.O of Finance Dept

Form no.

58

Drawing Officer AAO in O/o DSE / PAO of Districts

Guide lines: As per G.O.M.S. No. 143/Edn. (SE.MC) Dept. Dt: 21-12-2005

q q q

Coverage No. High School Items of works take-up

: : :

22 Districts ­ Rural Areas 1176 Classrooms, Science & Computer Labs, Library, Staff room, Toilets and Drinking Water facilities

q q q

Total Estimated Cost Source of Funds Funds flow

: 302.99 Crores : Loan assistance from RIDF-XI, NABARD : DSE will release the funds by way of LOC (Letter of Credit) to PAOs of districts through Director, Works Accounts, Hyderabad based on the reimbursement claims from received from the EEs 3 Years ­ starting from 2005Social Welfare Engineering Wing.

q

Period Executing Agency

: :

06

q

The district wise details and progress of works is Annexed (ANNEXURE ­ A).

Director of School Education - Construction of High School Buildings Under RIDF Status of works as on 30.04.07

Cd.No District Financial (in Lakhs) Physical - Stage of Works No. of No. of High Reimbursment Works Foundation Basement Lintel Roof Roof Schools taken Estimate Amount Expenditure Claims Completed Grounded Cost Released Rs.in Lakhs Level Level Level Level Laid Approved up submitted

1 Srikakulam 2 Vizianagaram 3 Visakhapatnam 4 East Godavari 5 West Godavari 6 Krishna 7 Guntur 8 Prakasham 9 Nellore 10 Chittor 11 Kadapah 12 Ananthapur 13 Kurnool 14 Mahabubnagar 15 Ranga Reddy 17 Medak

44 43 43 40 50 49 51 44 64 59 89 69 66 44 45 47 57 41

1370.05 1144.90 1335.75 1261.40 1340.60 1233.20 1256.35 1155.10 1344.30 1834.00 1845.90 1861.90 1854.30 1287.90 1258.80 1255.85

269.00 300.00 400.00 307.50 427.00 282.00 400.00 280.00 275.00 280.15 550.00 250.00 467.00 280.00 245.00 216.35

264.74 277.00 318.54 307.50 422.50 282.00 399.78 279.94 215.00 277.72 519.47 250.00 461.65 240.00 215.00 216.35

107.69 263.52 198.61 99.54 142.96 243.41 344.28 182.46 210.31 125.43 290.23 206.72 216.71 38.10 144.99 175.42

35 43 38 34 36 40 41 37 43 43 77 54 60 38 28 29

11 5 5 0 2 3 0 6 4 3 10 13 6 4 5 4

6 3 0 3 1 3 1 4 11 2 4 9 3 6 2 1

5 3 3 1 6 3 3 2 4 6 8 3 1 0 1 0

1 7 3 4 6 5 4 1 3 10 11 4 9 2 5 2

9 23 17 24 20 24 23 24 16 21 24 23 22 26 10 22

3 2 10 2 1 2 10 0 5 1 20 2 19 0 5 0

Director of School Education - Construction of High School Buildings Under RIDF Status of works as on 30.04.07

Cd.No District Financial (in Lakhs) Physical - Stage of Works No. of No. of High Reimbursment Works Foundation Basement Lintel Roof Roof Schools taken Estimate Amount Expenditure Claims Completed Grounded Cost Released Rs.in Lakhs Level Level Level Level Laid Approved up submitted

18 Nizamabad 19 Adilabad 20 Karimnagar 21 Warangal 22 Khammam 23 Nalgonda Total

70 38 61 55 55 50 1176

1393.80 950.30 1373.60 1245.05 1420.45 1275.75

325.00 355.00 220.00 300.00 350.00 340.00

325.00 355.00 217.60 286.91 347.89 323.00 6802.59

257.62 291.70 169.53 189.47 265.96 243.80 4408.46

60 35 50 52 46 42

1 2 11 6 9 4

10 2 10 0 3 4

7 1 17 0 4 0

10 14 4 18 8 9

29 15 5 25 21 25

3 1 3 3 1 0

30299.25 7119.00

961

114

88

78 140 448

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46. SARVA SHIKSHA ABHIYAN

Project Period : 2001 ­ 02 to 2009 ­ 10 : IX Plan ­ 85:15 (85% GOI and 15%

Pattern of Funding GOAP upto 2001-02) 2006-07)

X Plan ­ 75:25 (75% GOI and 25% GOAP upto XI Plan ­ 50:50 (50% GOI and 50% GOAP upto 2009-10) Coverage Objectives : Ø All children in school, Education Guarantee Centre, Alternative School, Back-to-School camp by 2003. Ø All children complete Five Years of Primary schooling by 2007. Ø All children complete eight years of elementary schooling by 2010. Ø Focus on elementary education of satisfactory quality with emphasis on education for life. Ø Bridge all gender and social category gaps at primary stage by 2007 and at elementary education level by 2010 and Ø Universal retention by 2010. 2) Interventions : 1. 2. 3. 4. Opening of Primary Schools Upgradation of Primary schools in to Upper Primary Schools Upgradation of EGS / ALS to Primary Schools Regular Teachers to New Schools ­ Primary & Upper Primary Schools 5. Additional Teachers to existing Primary & Upper Primary Schools 6. Civil Works ­ Construction of School Buildings, Addl. Classrooms, MRC Buildings (Non-DPEP districts), Rooms for Teacher Centres 7. Civil Works ­ Provision of Compound wall, Toilets, Electrification & drinking water facilities. 8. Strengthening of Mandal Resource Centres and Teacher Centres 9. Maintenance grant to Schools with own buildings. 10. Grants ­ School Grants & Teacher Grants 11. Teaching Learning Equipment to Primary & Upper Primary Schools 12. Free textbooks to OC girls of Class VI to VIII. 13. Training to Teachers 14. Innovations ­ Girls Education, Early Childhood : 2001-02 ­ East Godavari, West Godavaari, Krishna & Hyderabad. 2002-03 onwards all 23 districts in the state

15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 3.

Education, Education of SC & STs and Computer Education for U P Schools. Research, Evaluation, Supervision & Monitoring. Provision of Disabled Children Training of Community Leaders Project Management Interventions for Out of School Children

Norms for Interventions under SSA Intervention Norm Ø Within one Kilometre of every habitation Ø Provision for opening of new schools as per State norms or for setting up EGS like schools in unserved habitations. Ø One teacher for every 40 children in Primary and Upper Primary Ø At least two teachers in a Primary School Ø As per requirement based on the number of children completing primary education, up to a ceiling of one upper primary school / section for every two primary schools. Ø A room for every teacher or for every grade / class which ever is lower in Primary & Upper Primary, with the provision that there would be two classrooms with verandah to every primary school with at least two teachers. Ø A room for Head-Master in Upper Primary School / Section Ø To all girls / SC / ST children at Primary & Upper Primary level within an upper ceiling of Rs. 150/- per child. Ø State to continue to fund free textbooks being currently provided from the State Plans Ø 33% of total AWP & B is towards Civil Works Ø The ceiling of 33% would not include the expenditure maintenance and repairs of buildings Ø For improvement of school facilities, BRC/CRC construction. Ø CRCs could also be used as an additional room. Ø No expenditure to be incurred on construction of office buildings. Ø District to prepare infrastructure Plans.

1.

Primary Schools / Alternative School Facility Teacher Upper Primary Schools / Sector Classrooms

2. 3.

4.

5.

Free Textbooks

6.

Civil Works

b) BRC / CRCs

Intervention 7 Maintenance Grant

Norm Ø Upto Rs. 5000/- p.a as per specific proposal by the School Committee. Ø Must involve elements of Community contribution. Ø Grant will be available only for those schools which have existing buildings of their own Ø Provision for TLE @ Rs. 10,000/- per school. Ø Requirement of successful running of EGS centre for two years before it is considered for upgradation. Ø Provision for teacher & classrooms. Ø @ Rs. 50,000/- per school for uncovered schools under OBB. Ø School Committee to decide on best mode of procurement, in consultation with teachers. Ø Rs. 2000/- per year per primary / upper primary school for replacement of nonfunctional school equipment. Ø To be spent only by VEC / SMC. Ø Rs. 500/- per teacher per year in Primary and Upper Primary Schools and U P Sections. Ø Provision of 20-days in-service course for all teachers each year, Ø 60-days refresher course for untrained teachers already employed as teachers and Ø 30-days orientation for freshly trained recruits @ Rs. 70/- per day. Ø Assessment of capacities for effective training during appraisal will determine extent of coverage. Ø Support for SCERT / DIET under existing Teacher Education Scheme Ø One time assistance up to Rs. 3 Crore. Ø States have to agree to sustain Ø For a maximum of 4 persons in a village and 2 persons in a school for 2 days in a year ­ preferably women. Ø @ Rs. 30/- per day. Ø Upto Rs. 1200/- per child for integration of disabled children, as per specific proposal, per year. Ø District Plan for children with special needs

8.

9.

Upgradation of EGS / ALS to regular school or setting up of a new Primary School as per State norm TLE for Upper Primary Schools Grant

10

11 12

Teacher Grant Teacher Training

13.

14.

State Institute of Educational Management and Training (SIEMAT) Training of community leaders Provision for disabled children

15.

Intervention

Norm will be formulated within the Rs. 1200/- per child norm. Involvement of resource institutions to be encourage. Upto Rs. 1500/- per school per year. Partnership with research and resource institutions, pool of resource teams with State Specific Focus. Priority to development of capacities for appraisal and supervision through resource / research institutions and on an effective EMIS. Provision for regular school mapping / micro planning for updating of household data. Funds to be spent at national, state, district, sub-district, school level out of the overall per school allocation. Rs. 100/- per school per year to be spent at national level, Rs. 100/- per school per year at state level. Not to exceed 4% of the budget of a district plan. To include expenditure on office expenses, hiring of experts at various levels after assessment of existing manpower, POL, etc. Management costs should be used to develop effective teams at State / District / Block / Cluster levels. Identification of personnel for BRC / CRC should be a priority in the pre-project phase itself so that a team is available for the intensive process based planning. Upto to Rs. 15.00 lakhs for each innovative project and Rs. 50.00 lakhs for a district per year will apply for SSA. ECCE and Girls education interventions to have unit costs already approved under other existing schemes.

Ø 16. Research, Evaluation, Supervision and Monitoring Ø Ø Ø

Ø Ø Ø 17 Management Cost Ø Ø Ø Ø

18.

19.

Innovative activity for Girls' education, Early Childhood Education, Interventions for children belonging to SC / ST community, Computer Education specially for U P Level Mandal Resource Centres (MRCs) /

Ø Ø

Ø MRC / TCs to be located in school campus as far as possible.

Intervention Teacher Centres (TCs)

Norm Ø Rs. 6 lakh ceiling for MRC building construction wherever required. (Non-DPEP Districts) Ø Rs. 2 lakh for TC construction wherever required ­ should be used as an additional classroom in schools. Ø Total cost of non-school (MRC and TC) construction in any district should not exceed 5% of the overall projected expenditure under the programme in any year. Ø Provision of furniture, etc., @ Rs. 1 lakh for a MRC and Rs. 10,000/- for a TC. Ø Contingency grant of Rs. 12,500/- for a MRC and Rs. 2500/- for a TC, per year. Ø TLM grant ­ Rs. 5000/- per year per MRC, Rs. 1000/- per month per TC. Ø Meetings, Travel Allowance Rs. 500/- per month per MRC, Rs. 200/- per month per TC. Ø Identification of MRC / TC personnel after intensive selection process in the preparatory phase itself. Ø Conduct of Residential and Non Residential Bridge Courses.

20.

Interventions for out of School Children

Budget Estimates for 2007-08 Government of India Government of Andhra Pradesh Total Drawal Procedure :

Head of Account 2202-01-800-10-28 2202-01-800-06-28 2202-01-789-06-26 2202-01-796-06-28 2202-01-001-10-06 2202-01-001-06-28

: Rs. 62500.00 lakhs : Rs. 62500.00 lakhs : Rs.125000.00 lakhs

Procedure of Drawl of Funds Salaries and DV Bill

or as per B.R.O of Finance Dept

Form no.

Drawing Officer

47,58

AAO in O/o DSE

47. Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalayas

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Government of India have sanctioned 94 KGBVs in 2004-05 with boarding facilities at elementary level to the girls belonging predominantly to SC, ST, OBC & Minorities in Educationally Backward Blocks to Andhra Pradesh. 88 KGBVs were sanctioned under Model ­ I for admitting 100 girls and 6 KGBVs were sanctioned under Model ­ II for admitting 50 girls. 94 KGBVs have been operationalized from 14th August 2005 through Andhra Pradesh Residential Educational Institutional Society. Enrolment 11,744 Girls are studying in 94 KGBV schools in the year 2006-07

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Caste and Class Wise Details of the enrolled children in 94 KGBVs for the year 2006-07: Class VI VII VIII IX Total No. of Children Enrolled 3037 3701 2383 2623 11744 Caste SC ST BC OC Minority Total No. of Children Enrolled 2868 1469 5358 1880 169 11744

Teacher Training ô A two-day orientation programme has been conducted to the regular teachers of 94 KGBV schools by the APSSA on how to deal with the enrolled out of school children, identifying their levels and preparing the instructional material and worksheets for VI & VII classes.

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Funds Utilization Funds to the tune of Rs. 26.50 crores were already released to APREI society for maintenance of 94 KGBV schools. Funds to the tune of Rs.18.50 crores were released to the District Collectors and Chairman, SSA for the construction of 94 school buildings. 94 sites have been identified and they are under process of construction.

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Construction of KGBV Buildings 94 sites have been identified and they are under process of construction. Vocational Training Girls of 94 KGBV schools are being given training in Karate, Cycling, and preparation of Sanitary Napkins, Shampoo and Washing Powder under vocational skill training.

Self Learning Material ô To help the dropout Girls to easily cope with the academic load, Self Learning Material for classes 6th and 7th have been developed ô All the 94 Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalayas are upgraded by opening of IX class for the academic year 2006-07 and are run with GOAP funds. Progress of KGBVs to Tribal Areas ô GOI have Sanctioned 40 KGBV Schools for Tribal mandals in 2005-06. ô All 40 KGBVs are operationalized from 2nd October 2006 through Gurukulam, AP Tribal Welfare Residential School Society. ô At present 2,971 Children are enrolled in 40 KGBVs ô The fund to a tune of Rs.8.00 crores was released to Gurukulam, AP Tribal Welfare Residential School Society for maintenance of 40 KGBV Schools. Additional Sanction of KGBVs ~ GOI have sanctioned 183 new KGBVs for the year 2006-07. ~ 157 KGBVs are sanctioned under Model­I for admitting 100 girls and 26 KGBVs are sanctioned under Model­II for admitting 50 girls. ~ GOI have sanctioned 25 KGBVs under Model - I for the year 2006-07. Budget:

Year 2007-08

(Rs. In lakhs)

Allocation 3062.50

Physical Target

Drawal Procedure :

Head of Account 2202-01-001-10-32 2202-01-001-06-32 2202-01-789-06-32 2202-01-796-06-32 Procedure of Drawl of Funds Salaries and DV Bill

or as per B.R.O of Finance Dept

Form no. 47,58

Drawing Officer AAO in O/o DSE /

48. NATIONAL PROGRAMME FOR EDUCATION OF GIRLS AT ELEMENTARY LEVEL (NPEGEL) Project Period Pattern of Funding Coverage : : : 2003 ­ 04 to 2009 ­ 10 (Financial Period ­ 2003- 04 to 2006 ­ 07) 50:50 (50% GOI and 50% GOAP) 23 districts

An amount of Rs. 5916.52 lakhs have been provided in B.E. 200708 for this scheme The Government of India has approved a new programme called "National Programme for Education of Girls at Elementary Level (NPEGEL)" as an amendment tot he scheme of Sadrva Siksha Abhiyan for providing additional components for the education of girls at elementary level and the same have been formulated for education of under privileged / disadvantaged girls from class-I to VIII but as a separate and District gender component plan of SSA and issued guidelines in this regard.

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The objectives of NPEGEL

1. To develop and promote facilities to provide access and to facilitate retention of girls and to ensure greater participation of women and girls in the field of education. 2. To improve the quality of education through various interventions and to stress upon the relevance and quality of girls education for their empowerment. 3. Empowerment of girls through Programmes which enhances their self confidence and self respect.

Scope

The scheme would be applicable in the following areas :

a) Educationally Backward Blocks / Mandals (EBBs) : In mandals where the level of Rural Female Literacy is less than the National average ie., 46.58% and the gender gap is above the National average ie., 21.7%. b) Blocks / Mandals of Districts : Which have at least 5% SC / ST population and SC / ST female literacy rate below 10% shall also be taken up under this programme. c) Selected urban slums

Details of Budget: Year 2007-08

,

Allocation (Rs. In. lakhs) 5916.52

Releases

Physical Target

Drawal Procedure :

Head of Account 2202-01-001-06-07 2202-01-001-10-07 Procedure of Drawl of Funds Salaries and DV Bill or as per B.R.O of Finance Dept Form no. 47,58 Drawing Officer AAO in O/o DSE /

49. New Proposals for 2007-08 The following proposals are to be included in the plan for 200708. The guidelines for these schemes will be issued separately. 1 2 3 4 5 HM posts for Up Graded high schools Nutiritious Meal Programme (MDM) (Upper Primary) Establishment of Quality Regulation Commission Innovative reforms in SSC Examinations Information and Communication Technology (ICT)

EDUCATIONAL STATISTICS 2006 ­ 2007

DIRECTOR OF SCHOOL EDUCATION ANDHRA PRADESH HYDERABAD The Right Place of every Child is School

TYPE WISE AND MANAGEMENT WISE INSTITUTIONS 2006-2007

SL. No.

1 2 3 4 5 6

TYPE/ MANAGEMENT

CENTRAL GOVT. STATE GOVT. M.P.P/Z.P.P MUNICIPAL PVT.AIDED PVT.UNAIDED TOTAL

PRIMARY SCHOOLS

UPPER PRIMARY

HIGH SCHOOLS

HIGHER SECONDARY

TOTAL

20 5089 47762 1408 2287 5596 62162

0 592 11108 394 421 5308 17823

34 1552 7867 300 857 5585 16195

56 0 41 97

110 7233 66737 2102 3565 16530 96277

TYPE WISE AND MANAGEMENT WISE ENROLMENT 2006-2007

SL. No.

1 2 3 4 5 6

TYPE/ MANAGEMENT

CENTRAL GOVT. STATE GOVT. M.P.P/Z.P.P MUNICIPAL PVT.AIDED PVT.UNAIDED TOTAL

PRIMARY SCHOOLS

UPPER PRIMARY

HIGH SCHOOLS

HIGHER SECONDARY

TOTAL

3914 302241 3041062 158966 358522 1648450 5513155

0 105094 1732238 92196 111362 1205206 3246096

15047 539024 2434744 131076 329728 1539172 4988791

47675 0 55513 103188

66636 946359 7208044 382238 799612 4448341 13851230

TYPE WISE AND MANAGEMENT WISE TEACHERS 2006-2007

SL. No.

1 2 3 4 5 6

TYPE/ MANAGEMENT

CENTRAL GOVT. STATE GOVT. M.P.P/Z.P.P MUNICIPAL PVT.AIDED PVT.UNAIDED TOTAL

PRIMARY SCHOOLS

UPPER PRIMARY

HIGH SCHOOLS

HIGHER SECONDARY

TOTAL

167 10158 101268 3513 8012 44605 167723

0 3572 54785 1939 2912 49180 112388

638 17053 63397 3423 9648 59829 153988

1854 0 2202 4056

2659 30783 219450 8875 20572 155816 438155

TYPE WISE AND MANAGEMENT WISE VIDYA VOLUNTERS 2006-2007

Sl. No. MEDIUM/ TYPE PRIMARY SCHOOLS UPPER PRIMARY HIGH SCHOOLS HIGHER SECONDARY TOTAL

2 STATE GOVT. 2726 884 2517 3 M.P.P/Z.P.P 18969 20693 16110 4 MUNICIPAL 1273 1322 823 5 PVT.AIDED 0 0 0 6 PVT.UNAIDED 0 0 0 TOTAL 22968 22899 19450 Note: Vidya Volunteers appointed in addition to the Teachers working in the schools

1 CENTRAL GOVT.

0

6127 55772 3418 0 0 65317

CLASS - WISE ENROLMENT 2006-2007

All Enrolment B.C.Enrolment TOTAL BOYS GIRLS TOTAL

CLASSES

BOYS

PRE-PRIMARY

GIRLS

388582 849300 757800 704538 696975 728176 3736789 696002 680069 1376071 586543 540322 505868 1632733 2176 1960 4136 6745593 7138311

320651 813747 746531 683850 674235 708085 3626448 655686 634465 1290151 535900 486364 450292 1472556 1713 1400 3113

709233 1663047 1504331 1388388 1371210 1436261 7363237 1351688 1314534 2666222 1122443 1026686 956160 3105289 3889 3360 7249

164803 380498 341881 317584 314499 331134 316713 312898 629611 269453 248074 230640 748167 404 325 729

133441 365613 338487 310305 307381 322026 300553 292891 593444 244453 219533 200931 664917 209 227 436

298244 746111 680368 627889 621880 653160 617266 605789 1223055 513906 467607 431571 1413084 613 552 1165

I II III IV V I-V VI VII VI-VII VIII IX X VIII-X XI XII XI-XII I-X P.P-XII

1685596 1643812 3329408

6389155 13134748 3063374 2902173 5965547 6712919 13851230 3228906 3036050 6264956

CLASS - WISE SC & ST ENROLMENT 2006-2007

SC ENROLMENT ST ENROLMENT TOTAL BOYS GIRLS TOTAL

CLASSES

BOYS GIRLS

PRE-PRIMARY I II III IV V I-V VI VII VI-VII VIII IX X VIII-X XI XII XI-XII I-X P.P-XII

49451 166204 146500 131925 131538 139649 715816 132211 130286 262497 111993 100744 94430 307167 273 282 555 1285480 1335486

42330 161604 145455 128703 126920 136964 699646 123039 118624 241663 99010 88661 82017 269688 143 122 265

91781 327808 291955 260628 258458 276613 1415462 255250 248910 504160 211003 189405 176447 576855 416 404 820

25437 103714 79398 73457 69131 69184 394884 61266 56857 118123 45092 38147 33178 116417 127 118 245 629424 655106

21421 99268 77486 67436 61341 61357 366888 48402 43926 92328 33636 27690 22467 83793 54 50 104 543009 564534

46858 202982 156884 140893 130472 130541 761772 109668 100783 210451 78728 65837 55645 200210 181 168 349 1172433 1219640

1210997 2496477 1253592 2589078

TYPE WISE SCHOOLS - 2006 - 2007

Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Name of the District Srikakulam Vizianagaram Visakhapatnam East Godavari West Godavari Krishna Guntur Prakasam Nellore Chittoor Kadapa Anantapur Kurnool Mahabubnagar Ranga Reddy Hyderabad Medak Nizamabad Adilabad Karimnagar Warangal Khammam Nalagonda Primary Schools 2572 2370 3170 3232 2559 2563 2914 2962 2903 4389 3185 3052 2000 2852 2469 1431 2066 1677 3134 2570 2836 2457 2799 Upper Primary schools 927 521 717 905 491 886 591 569 744 1007 659 997 992 1005 877 466 740 653 828 1022 837 778 611 Higher High Secondary Schools Schools 452 2 372 2 571 15 814 3 540 3 596 5 568 3 511 1 505 4 826 4 675 2 614 3 572 2 765 1 1198 19 1088 16 634 3 620 1 650 1 1111 1 1014 1 578 4 921 1 Total 3953 3265 4473 4954 3593 4050 4076 4043 4156 6226 4521 4666 3566 4623 4563 3001 3443 2951 4613 4704 4688 3817 4332

TYPE WISE SCHOOLS - 2006 - 2007

Sl. No. Name of the District Andhra Pradesh Primary Schools 62162 Upper Primary schools 17823 Higher High Secondary Schools Schools 16195 97 Total 96277

Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

Name of the District Srikakulam Vizianagaram Visakhapatnam East Godavari West Godavari Krishna Guntur Prakasam Nellore Chittoor Kadapa Anantapur Kurnool Mahabubnagar Ranga Reddy Hyderabad Medak Nizamabad Adilabad Karimnagar Warangal Khammam Nalagonda Andhra Pradesh

MANAGEMENT WISE PRIMARY SCHOOLS - 2006 - 2007

CG 1 1 2 1 0 3 0 0 2 0 0 3 1 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 20 SG 269 428 739 231 99 12 48 97 37 63 23 20 80 138 75 543 82 96 1016 78 335 467 113 5089 MP/ZP 2165 1696 2124 2461 1982 1725 2325 2602 2565 3945 2751 2620 1505 2454 1643 0 1826 1371 1857 2003 2001 1789 2352 47762 MPL 53 78 115 184 132 116 215 32 74 90 58 165 96 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1408 PA 22 76 57 89 260 569 254 169 83 36 79 37 106 30 23 164 5 21 18 24 53 58 54 2287 PUA 62 91 133 266 86 138 72 62 142 255 274 207 212 230 728 721 153 189 242 465 445 143 280 5596 Total 2572 2370 3170 3232 2559 2563 2914 2962 2903 4389 3185 3052 2000 2852 2469 1431 2066 1677 3134 2570 2836 2457 2799 62162

MANAGEMENT WISE UPPER PRIMARY SCHOOLS - 2006 - 2007

Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Name of the District Srikakulam Vizianagaram Visakhapatnam East Godavari West Godavari Krishna Guntur Prakasam Nellore Chittoor Kadapa Anantapur Kurnool Mahabubnagar Ranga Reddy Hyderabad Medak Nizamabad Adilabad Karimnagar Warangal Khammam Nalagonda Andhra Pradesh CG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SG 21 29 89 37 8 1 3 6 2 5 0 2 8 22 10 94 11 29 92 21 35 41 26 592 MP/ZP 666 270 446 540 364 597 433 431 580 607 387 702 657 716 347 0 555 356 514 490 482 605 363 11108 MPL 17 26 12 56 49 27 57 9 10 41 8 54 28 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 394 PA 6 3 11 32 14 68 41 32 22 7 31 0 27 11 14 47 1 8 2 7 26 2 9 421 PUA 217 193 159 240 56 193 57 91 130 347 233 239 272 256 506 325 173 260 220 504 294 130 213 5308 Total 927 521 717 905 491 886 591 569 744 1007 659 997 992 1005 877 466 740 653 828 1022 837 778 611 17823

MANAGEMENT WISE HIGH SCHOOLS - 2006 - 2007

Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Name of the District Srikakulam Vizianagaram Visakhapatnam East Godavari West Godavari Krishna Guntur Prakasam Nellore Chittoor Kadapa Anantapur Kurnool Mahabubnagar Ranga Reddy Hyderabad Medak Nizamabad Adilabad Karimnagar Warangal Khammam Nalagonda Andhra Pradesh CG 1 0 2 1 0 5 1 0 4 1 0 5 0 0 6 4 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 34 SG 72 56 116 71 47 29 34 46 34 51 47 46 54 73 34 180 54 52 115 71 103 110 57 1552 MP/ZP 309 212 242 438 328 304 307 284 293 490 292 361 260 452 388 0 426 380 299 548 429 304 521 7867 MPL 14 10 27 47 34 38 27 7 20 21 15 27 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 300 PA 2 16 27 52 45 73 95 56 27 26 35 17 50 23 20 146 3 19 17 18 33 27 30 857 PUA 54 78 157 205 86 147 104 118 127 237 286 158 195 217 750 758 151 169 219 473 446 137 313 5585 Total 452 372 571 814 540 596 568 511 505 826 675 614 572 765 1198 1088 634 620 650 1111 1014 578 921 16195

MANAGEMENT WISE HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOLS - 2006 - 2007

Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Name of the District Srikakulam Vizianagaram Visakhapatnam East Godavari West Godavari Krishna Guntur Prakasam Nellore Chittoor Kadapa Anantapur Kurnool Mahabubnagar Ranga Reddy Hyderabad Medak Nizamabad Adilabad Karimnagar Warangal Khammam Nalagonda Andhra Pradesh CG 2 2 8 2 1 2 2 1 2 2 1 2 2 1 11 7 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 56 SG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 MP/ZP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 MPL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 PA 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 PUA 0 0 7 1 2 3 1 0 2 2 1 1 0 0 8 9 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 41 Total 2 2 15 3 3 5 3 1 4 4 2 3 2 1 19 16 3 1 1 1 1 4 1 97

MANAGEMENT WISE SCHOOLS - 2006 - 2007

Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Name of the District Srikakulam Vizianagaram Visakhapatnam East Godavari West Godavari Krishna Guntur Prakasam Nellore Chittoor Kadapa Anantapur Kurnool Mahabubnagar Ranga Reddy Hyderabad Medak Nizamabad Adilabad Karimnagar Warangal Khammam Nalagonda Andhra Pradesh CG 4 3 12 4 1 10 3 1 8 3 1 10 3 1 17 14 2 1 2 2 6 1 1 110 SG 362 513 944 339 154 42 85 149 73 119 70 68 142 233 119 817 147 177 1223 170 473 618 196 7233 MP/ZP 3140 2178 2812 3439 2674 2626 3065 3317 3438 5042 3430 3683 2422 3622 2378 0 2807 2107 2670 3041 2912 2698 3236 66737 MPL 84 114 154 287 215 181 299 48 104 152 81 246 137 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2102 PA 30 95 95 173 319 710 390 257 132 69 145 54 183 64 57 357 9 48 37 49 112 87 93 3565 PUA 333 362 456 712 230 481 234 271 401 841 794 605 679 703 1992 1813 478 618 681 1442 1185 413 806 16530 Total 3953 3265 4473 4954 3593 4050 4076 4043 4156 6226 4521 4666 3566 4623 4563 3001 3443 2951 4613 4704 4688 3817 4332 96277

ALL MANAGEMENT WISE ENROLMENT IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS - 2006 - 2007

Sl. No. Name of the District Central Govt. Boys Girls Total 69 60 111 128 0 301 0 0 73 0 0 200 19 0 0 611 0 0 18 0 285 0 0 99 62 109 127 0 363 0 0 81 0 0 193 16 0 0 718 0 0 32 0 239 0 0 168 122 220 255 0 664 0 0 154 0 0 393 35 0 0 1329 0 0 50 0 524 0 0 Boys 3962 6877 16503 4302 1830 328 1063 2696 1033 1440 584 569 2756 5079 2772 32436 2757 4696 20486 2599 9820 10672 2886 State Govt. Girls 3914 6893 17156 4717 1908 595 1367 2635 1055 1893 1158 1175 4104 6551 4001 41214 3988 6566 22056 4005 11866 10973 4305 Total 7876 13770 33659 9019 3738 923 2430 5331 2088 3333 1742 1744 6860 11630 6773 73650 6745 11262 42542 6604 21686 21645 7191 Boys 54477 53449 56490 85534 68518 47530 83814 80962 54946 87152 59556 71318 72930 90553 78353 0 71291 49184 53318 62822 65324 46367 83773 MP/ZP Girls 55986 55293 61463 91488 72144 50497 86476 84006 55510 92345 66163 74738 75870 94181 86814 0 74928 53981 55971 69501 70498 48012 87536 Total 110463 108742 117953 177022 140662 98027 170290 164968 110456 179497 125719 146056 148800 184734 165167 0 146219 103165 109289 132323 135822 94379 171309 Boys 2167 3789 8304 Municipal Girls 2327 4335 9268 Total 4494 8124 17572 21829 12369 18907 20396 2178 7647 9856 5448 18503 11643 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Private Aided Boys 1298 4929 7132 6085 12177 25367 18157 13542 5316 2364 4961 3003 10579 3777 3471 17984 540 3467 2440 4313 4480 5465 6364 Girls 1423 5399 7300 7724 12690 27992 18614 13352 5871 2307 4850 3514 10831 3409 3479 32038 409 5050 2616 2984 5603 6294 7562 Total 2721 10328 14432 13809 24867 53359 36771 26894 11187 4671 9811 6517 21410 7186 6950 50022 949 8517 5056 7297 10083 11759 13926 Private Un Aided Boys 7936 13968 24696 36381 14716 31692 13375 9631 16941 41371 39509 30922 41541 34868 Girls 5541 10073 18991 28453 11867 25251 9695 6412 13447 31011 28265 22950 29183 24076 Total 13477 24041 43687 64834 26583 56943 23070 16043 30388 72382 67774 53872 70724 58944 262361 259311 44692 57481 66224 112435 110541 40580 72063 Boys 69909 83072 113236 142962 103003 114083 126351 107834 82033 136862 106972 114522 132913 134277 229044 191649 99800 91098 114026 131422 143091 85260 134703 Total Girls 69290 82055 114287 143806 105216 114740 126606 107580 79887 132877 103522 112563 126559 128217 212207 192663 98805 89327 109135 127237 135565 83103 129786 Total 139199 165127 227523 286768 208219 228823 252957 215414 161920 269739 210494 227085 259472 262494 441251 384312 198605 180425 223161 258659 278656 168363 264489

1 Srikakulam 2 Vizianagaram 3 Visakhapatnam 4 East Godavari 5 West Godavari 6 Krishna 7 Guntur 8 Prakasam 9 Nellore 10 Chittoor 11 Kadapa 12 Anantapur 13 Kurnool 14 Mahabubnagar 15 Ranga Reddy 16 Hyderabad 17 Medak 18 Nizamabad 19 Adilabad 20 Karimnagar 21 Warangal 22 Khammam 23 Nalagonda Andhra Pradesh

10532 11297 5762 8865 9942 1003 3724 4535 2362 8510 5088 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6607 10042 10454 1175 3923 5321 3086 9993 6555 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

144448 117913 140618 118693 25212 33751 37764 61688 63182 22756 41680 19480 23730 28460 50747 47359 17824 30383

1875 2039 3914 138146 164095 302241 1477661 1563401 3041062 74583 84383 158966 167211 191311 358522 928646 719804 1648450 2788122 2725033 5513155

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ALL MANAGEMENT WISE ENROLMENT IN UPPER PRIMARY SCHOOLS - 2006- 2007

Sl. No. Name of the District Central Govt. Boys Girls Total Boys 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2091 3078 7516 3109 461 34 516 267 127 392 0 241 768 2252 1253 8972 1191 3593 9477 1644 2747 3411 2776 State Govt. Girls 1823 1612 4508 2480 444 51 454 342 152 214 0 96 747 2128 1256 10224 1103 2905 7279 2004 3777 2837 2742 Total 3914 4690 12024 5589 905 85 970 609 279 606 0 337 1515 4380 2509 19196 2294 6498 16756 3648 6524 6248 5518 MP/ZP 43998 22211 33213 47129 32426 38085 37561 29909 29541 35117 19784 52152 69723 71397 32686 0 46255 27322 39451 34009 35871 39444 32093 MPP/ZP Girls 46545 22853 36299 51423 34385 39064 38737 30679 30406 36701 22625 53858 67165 69705 34865 0 47789 28992 40379 38305 39529 39814 32743 Total 90543 45064 69512 98552 66811 77149 76298 60588 59947 71818 42409 106010 136888 141102 67551 0 94044 56314 79830 72314 75400 79258 64836 Municipal Boys 1699 2862 1765 6903 4615 2814 5887 802 1095 5832 537 6358 2719 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Girls 1781 3092 1980 7077 5094 3003 6227 883 1117 5978 973 7406 3697 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total 3480 5954 3745 13980 9709 5817 12114 1685 2212 11810 1510 13764 6416 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Private Aided Boys 455 308 1735 3991 1646 8810 5882 5599 2877 825 4234 0 4142 1427 1750 5524 25 1166 156 714 2111 201 1555 Girls 599 346 2955 3881 1647 9125 5327 5478 2846 865 4085 0 4556 1209 1961 5390 47 1395 168 878 1724 391 1356 Total 1054 654 4690 7872 3293 17935 11209 11077 5723 1690 8319 0 8698 2636 3711 10914 72 2561 324 1592 3835 592 2911 Private Un Aided Boys 26100 20164 22695 28547 8652 28000 11359 14725 14757 43174 29406 30059 42459 34919 67564 43148 22427 34094 25920 56759 35562 16423 29884 Girls 17360 14508 16774 22531 7093 21669 7926 10027 11319 32101 20625 21436 29037 22502 55374 37858 16392 26821 19973 45919 26864 13001 21299 Total 43460 34672 39469 51078 15745 49669 19285 24752 26076 75275 50031 51495 71496 57421 122938 81006 38819 60915 45893 102678 62426 29424 51183 Boys 74343 48623 66924 89679 47800 77743 61205 51302 48397 85340 53961 88810 119811 109995 103253 57644 69898 66175 75004 93126 76291 59479 66308 Total Girls 68108 42411 62516 87392 48663 72912 58671 47409 45840 75859 48308 82796 105202 95544 93456 53472 65331 60113 67799 87106 71894 56043 58140 Total 142451 91034 129440 177071 96463 150655 119876 98711 94237 161199 102269 171606 225013 205539 196709 111116 135229 126288 142803 180232 148185 115522 124448

1 Srikakulam 2 Vizianagaram 3 Visakhapatnam 4 East Godavari 5 West Godavari 6 Krishna 7 Guntur 8 Prakasam 9 Nellore 10 Chittoor 11 Kadapa 12 Anantapur 13 Kurnool 14 Mahabubnagar 15 Ranga Reddy 16 Hyderabad 17 Medak 18 Nizamabad 19 Adilabad 20 Karimnagar 21 Warangal 22 Khammam 23 Nalagonda Andhra Pradesh

55916 49178 105094 849377 882861 1732238 43888 48308 92196 55133 56229 111362 686797 518409 1205206 1691111 1554985 3246096

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ALL MANAGEMENT WISE ENROLMENT IN HIGH SCHOOLS - 2006 - 2007

Sl. No. Name of the District Central Govt. Boys Girls 179 0 745 194 0 820 98 0 189 156 0 845 0 0 128 0 601 162 0 807 93 0 209 135 0 769 0 0 Total 307 0 1346 356 0 1627 191 0 398 291 0 1614 0 0 4651 2731 0 0 0 495 1040 0 0 Boys 15784 9201 23878 15096 6722 4131 4557 8520 7025 12245 5497 13791 11681 11990 4268 16916 9576 6730 18624 8910 13100 22589 7251 State Govt. Girls 13625 10693 20334 15792 7864 6158 6077 9501 6334 11331 8436 10956 11432 13095 6534 28415 8196 9182 19901 10477 15670 20324 10615 Total 29409 19894 44212 30888 14586 10289 10634 18021 13359 23576 13933 24747 23113 25085 10802 45331 17772 15912 38525 19387 28770 42913 17866 Boys 46299 37313 45538 81944 66502 54608 53866 40041 38392 72690 33249 68264 55025 74580 65166 0 57486 48120 43512 72328 61337 43522 80716 MP/ZP Girls 44709 32863 42719 90731 70129 51371 48840 35122 38420 70688 35728 68794 40769 57405 65754 0 52338 47521 40706 80582 61506 42765 74786 Total 91008 70176 88257 172675 136631 105979 102706 75163 76812 143378 68977 137058 95794 131985 130920 0 109824 95641 84218 152910 122843 86287 155502 Boys 2177 1895 6506 8609 6177 6255 5609 1145 3224 4970 2477 7445 4331 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Municipal Girls 3324 2301 7704 9602 7544 7696 5947 1513 3879 5141 3484 8470 3651 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total 5501 4196 14210 18211 13721 13951 11556 2658 7103 10111 5961 15915 7982 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Private Aided Boys 303 4510 8839 9938 10297 13751 20733 9677 6353 4637 6779 3475 10606 3236 2993 16171 206 3055 3266 4374 3071 4230 4852 Girls 329 4929 8452 10573 9558 16324 20443 7221 5702 5560 5926 3832 9453 3250 3958 29949 480 4972 3170 2430 5822 6649 5394 Total 632 9439 17291 20511 19855 30075 41176 16898 12055 10197 12705 7307 20059 6486 6951 46120 686 8027 6436 6804 8893 10879 10246 Private Un Aided Boys 8068 12401 36124 28547 16726 31884 25391 22793 21256 37004 44945 23323 32905 29588 115319 Girls 5217 7948 29787 22672 12445 23851 17642 14318 15994 26480 29409 16809 20997 19272 89337 Total 13285 20349 65911 51219 29171 55735 43033 37111 37250 63484 74354 40132 53902 48860 204656 248406 43023 43794 54339 101306 95641 40070 74141 Boys 72810 65320 121630 144328 106424 111449 110254 82176 76439 131702 92947 117143 114548 119394 190158 166731 92165 84569 96392 142254 134931 93359 137021 Total Girls 67332 58734 109597 149532 107540 106207 99042 67675 70538 119335 82983 109630 86302 93022 167822 175857 79140 78805 87126 138648 122256 86790 120734 Total 140142 124054 231227 293860 213964 217656 209296 149851 146977 251037 175930 226773 200850 212416 357980 342588 171305 163374 183518 280902 257187 180149 257755

1 Srikakulam 2 Vizianagaram 3 Visakhapatnam 4 East Godavari 5 West Godavari 6 Krishna 7 Guntur 8 Prakasam 9 Nellore 10 Chittoor 11 Kadapa 12 Anantapur 13 Kurnool 14 Mahabubnagar 15 Ranga Reddy 16 Hyderabad 17 Medak 18 Nizamabad 19 Adilabad 20 Karimnagar 21 Warangal 22 Khammam 23 Nalagonda Andhra Pradesh

2412 2239 1417 1314 0 0 0 235 496 0 0 0 0 0 260 544 0 0

132227 116179 24897 26664 30990 56407 56927 23018 44202 18126 17130 23349 44899 38714 17052 29939

7786 7261 15047 258082 280942 539024 1240498 1194246 2434744 60820 70256 131076 155352 174376 329728 881606 657566 1539172 2604144 2384647 4988791

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ALL MANAGEMENT WISE ENROLMENT IN HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOLS - 2006 - 2007

Sl. No. Name of the District Central Govt. Boys 523 837 5164 582 289 456 741 316 829 957 272 520 616 302 6415 5346 841 308 314 295 293 271 303 Girls 347 166 4689 386 190 334 483 142 645 780 156 348 428 171 5698 4299 659 146 169 182 158 148 161 State Govt. MP/ZP Municipal Private Aided Private Un Aided Girls 0 0 5280 20 737 3516 48 0 102 271 118 414 0 0 5608 9631 83 0 0 0 0 1541 0 Total 0 0 Boys 523 837 Total Girls 347 166 Total 870 1003 20992 1033 2324 5562 1554 458 1984 2449 1191 2010 1044 473 26012 26206 1888 454 483 477 451 3806 464

Total Boys Girls Total Boys Girls Total Boys Girls Total Boys Girls Total Boys 870 1003 9853 968 479 790 1224 458 1474 1737 428 868 1044 473 12113 9645 1500 454 483 477 451 419 464 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5859 45 1108 1256 282 0 408 441 645 728 0 0 8291 6930 305 0 0 0 0 1846 0

1 Srikakulam 2 Vizianagaram 3 Visakhapatnam 4 East Godavari 5 West Godavari 6 Krishna 7 Guntur 8 Prakasam 9 Nellore 10 Chittoor 11 Kadapa 12 Anantapur 13 Kurnool 14 Mahabubnagar 15 Ranga Reddy 16 Hyderabad 17 Medak 18 Nizamabad 19 Adilabad 20 Karimnagar 21 Warangal 22 Khammam 23 Nalagonda

11139 11023 9969 65 1845 4772 330 0 510 712 763 1142 0 0 627 1397 1712 1023 316 1237 1398 917 1248 616 302 406 927 3850 531 142 747 1051 274 762 428 171

13899 14706 11306 16561 12276 13930 388 0 0 0 0 3387 0 1146 308 314 295 293 2117 303 742 146 169 182 158 1689 161

Andhra Pradesh

26790 20885 47675

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

28144 27369 55513 54934 48254 103188

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ALL MANAGEMENT WISE ENROLMENT IN TOTAL SCHOOLS - 2006 - 2007

Sl. No. Name of the District Central Govt. Boys 771 897 6020 904 289 1577 839 316 1091 1113 272 1565 635 302 8827 7374 841 308 332 530 1074 271 303 Girls 574 228 Total 1345 1125 Boys 21837 19156 47897 22507 9013 4493 6136 11483 8185 14077 6081 14601 15205 19321 8293 58324 13524 15019 48587 13153 25667 36672 12913 State Govt. Girls 19362 19198 41998 22989 10216 6804 7898 12478 7541 13438 9594 12227 16283 21774 11791 79853 13287 18653 49236 16486 31313 34134 17662 Total 41199 38354 89895 45496 19229 11297 14034 23961 15726 27515 15675 26828 31488 41095 20084 138177 26811 33672 97823 29639 56980 70806 30575 Boys 144774 112973 135241 214607 167446 140223 175241 150912 122879 194959 112589 191734 197678 236530 176205 0 175032 124626 136281 169159 162532 129333 196582 MP/ZP Girls 147240 111009 140481 233642 176658 140932 174053 149807 124336 199734 124516 197390 183804 221291 187433 0 175055 130494 137056 188388 171533 130591 195065 Total 292014 223982 275722 448249 344104 281155 349294 300719 247215 394693 237105 389124 381482 457821 363638 0 350087 255120 273337 357547 334065 259924 391647 Boys 6043 8546 16575 26044 16554 17934 21438 2950 8043 15337 5376 22313 12138 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Municipal Girls 7432 9728 18952 27976 19245 20741 22628 3571 8919 16440 7543 25869 13903 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total 13475 18274 35527 54020 35799 38675 44066 6521 16962 31777 12919 48182 26041 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Private Aided Boys 2056 9747 17706 20014 24120 47928 44772 28818 14546 7826 15974 6478 25327 8440 8214 39679 771 7688 5862 9401 9662 9896 12771 Girls 2351 10674 18707 22178 23895 53441 44384 26051 14419 8732 14861 7346 24840 7868 9398 67377 936 11417 5954 6292 13149 13334 14312 Total 4407 20421 36413 42192 48015 101369 89156 54869 28965 16558 30835 13824 50167 16308 17612 107056 1707 19105 11816 15693 22811 23230 27083 Private Un Aided Boys 42104 46533 89374 93520 41202 92832 50407 47149 53362 121990 114505 85032 116905 99375 335622 322923 72841 94509 94674 174854 155671 64043 115766 Girls 28118 32529 70832 73676 32142 74287 35311 30757 40862 89863 78417 61609 79217 65850 268232 282361 54081 67681 71782 141565 112937 49418 81621 Total 70222 79062 160206 167196 73344 167119 85718 77906 94224 211853 192922 146641 196122 165225 603854 605284 126922 162190 166456 316419 268608 113461 197387 Boys 217585 197852 312813 377596 258624 304987 298833 241628 208106 355302 254797 321723 367888 363968 537161 428300 263009 242150 285736 367097 354606 240215 338335 Total Girls 205077 183366 296369 381136 262346 297709 284850 222806 197012 329122 235087 305751 318491 316954 484791 435922 244018 228391 264229 353173 329873 227625 308821 Total 422662 381218 609182 758732 520970 602696 583683 464434 405118 684424 489884 627474 686379 680922 1021952 864222 507027 470541 549965 720270 684479 467840 647156

1 Srikakulam 2 Vizianagaram 3 Visakhapatnam 4 East Godavari 5 West Godavari 6 Krishna 7 Guntur 8 Prakasam 9 Nellore 10 Chittoor 11 Kadapa 12 Anantapur 13 Kurnool 14 Mahabubnagar 15 Ranga Reddy 16 Hyderabad 17 Medak 18 Nizamabad 19 Adilabad 20 Karimnagar 21 Warangal 22 Khammam 23 Nalagonda Andhra Pradesh

5399 11419 675 190 1504 576 142 935 915 156 1310 444 171 1579 479 3081 1415 458 2026 2028 428 2875 1079 473

7937 16764 6331 13705 659 146 201 442 941 148 161 1500 454 533 972 2015 419 464

36451 30185 66636 452144 494215 946359 3567536 3640508 7208044 179291 202947 382238 377696 421916 799612 2525193 1923148 4448341 7138311 6712919 13851230

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MANAGEMENT WISE TEACHERS IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS - 2006 - 2007

Sl. No. Name of the District Central Govt. State Govt. MP/ZP Total 4250 3861 4036 5648 4875 3735 5899 5785 5081 6972 5334 5246 3829 5196 3475 0 3812 3177 3632 4461 4247 3437 5280 Municipal Private Aided Private Un Aided Men 203 348 287 628 183 234 123 189 330 533 882 611 628 756 1108 757 441 576 809 1552 1542 449 1069 Women 232 345 854 1127 475 990 423 269 632 1387 931 862 1272 1057 5720 5711 658 1040 1252 2027 1526 659 918 30367 Total 435 693 1141 1755 658 1224 546 458 962 1920 1813 1473 1900 1813 6828 6468 1099 1616 2061 3579 3068 1108 1987 Men 3619 3738 3629 4741 3661 2693 3970 4507 3801 5116 4605 4309 3395 4526 3068 1299 3065 2806 4616 4597 5188 3336 4831 Total Women 1599 1856 3026 3804 3037 3891 4012 2643 2724 4176 3080 2946 3254 3036 7542 8301 2085 2475 2651 3821 3259 2400 2989 78607 Total 5218 5594 6655 8545 6698 6584 7982 7150 6525 9292 7685 7255 6649 7562 10610 9600 5150 5281 7267 8418 8447 5736 7820 167723

Men Women Total Men Women 5 4 4 5 0 8 0 0 2 0 0 10 2 0 0 15 0 0 0 0 18 0 0 73 1 1 5 4 0 22 0 0 3 0 0 12 0 0 0 31 0 0 3 0 12 0 0 94 6 5 9 9 0 30 0 0 5 0 0 22 2 0 0 46 0 0 3 0 30 0 0 298 455 679 257 152 19 61 121 34 58 34 41 101 191 62 460 110 148 1157 109 565 640 148 61 152 200 122 97 26 43 60 28 57 62 30 99 180 89 1652 110 142 261 119 255 290 123 4258

Total MP/ZP Women 359 607 879 379 249 45 104 181 62 115 96 71 200 371 151 2112 220 290 1418 228 820 930 271 3019 2680 2459 3475 2909 1866 3156 3703 3258 4418 3461 3458 2320 3479 1875 0 2506 2012 2594 2879 2947 2178 3474 1231 1181 1577 2173 1966 1869 2743 2082 1823 2554 1873 1788 1509 1717 1600 0 1306 1165 1038 1582 1300 1259 1806 37142

Men Women Total Men Women Total 61 132 114 222 134 96 278 30 70 64 76 143 94 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 50 92 184 211 170 215 371 45 76 113 101 175 196 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1999 111 224 298 433 304 311 649 75 146 177 177 318 290 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 33 119 86 154 283 470 352 464 107 43 152 46 250 100 23 67 8 70 56 57 116 69 140 24 85 206 167 329 769 432 187 162 65 113 79 178 82 133 907 11 128 97 93 166 192 142 4747 57 204 292 321 612 1239 784 651 269 108 265 125 428 182 156 974 19 198 153 150 282 261 282

1 Srikakulam 2 Vizianagaram 3 Visakhapatnam 4 East Godavari 5 West Godavari 6 Krishna 7 Guntur 8 Prakasam 9 Nellore 10 Chittoor 11 Kadapa 12 Anantapur 13 Kurnool 14 Mahabubnagar 15 Ranga Reddy 16 Hyderabad 17 Medak 18 Nizamabad 19 Adilabad 20 Karimnagar 21 Warangal 22 Khammam 23 Nalagonda Andhra Pradesh

167 5900

10158 64126

101268 1514

3513 3265

8012 14238

44605 89116

MANAGEMENT WISE TEACHERS IN UPPER PRIMARY SCHOOLS - 2006 - 2007

Sl. No. Name of the District Central Govt. State Govt. Men 2295 1100 1076 1706 1195 1619 1167 1562 1716 1517 1099 2090 1812 2263 998 0 1688 1253 1719 1822 1720 1550 1196 MP/ZP Women 944 452 874 1115 935 1690 1021 882 1086 1007 692 1242 1169 1328 753 0 800 619 649 880 883 939 662 20622 Municipal Private Aided Private Un Aided Men 1356 1039 671 976 229 762 252 515 608 1474 1258 1276 1527 1449 1665 578 905 1504 1266 2669 1590 750 1301 Women 813 658 820 1092 329 1038 286 399 535 1783 718 757 1263 1097 3461 2396 540 1118 833 1633 722 538 731 23560 Total 2169 1697 1491 2068 558 1800 538 914 1143 3257 1976 2033 2790 2546 5126 2974 1445 2622 2099 4302 2312 1288 2032 Men 3838 2359 2046 3080 1620 2559 1692 2318 2418 3108 2520 3463 3535 3837 2714 833 2646 2884 3430 4570 3577 2499 2598 Total Women 1800 1215 1853 2523 1482 3113 1634 1365 1719 2969 1507 2105 2599 2529 4333 3242 1391 1841 1603 2620 1760 1547 1494 48244 Total 5638 3574 3899 5603 3102 5672 3326 3683 4137 6077 4027 5568 6134 6366 7047 4075 4037 4725 5033 7190 5337 4046 4092 112388

Men Women Total Men Women Total 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 124 137 231 180 31 3 11 21 2 15 0 6 20 70 28 210 48 95 442 57 157 192 78 2158 13 27 38 36 16 0 6 13 7 8 0 1 15 64 28 617 50 81 113 70 98 62 51 1414 137 164 269 216 47 3 17 34 9 23 0 7 35 134 56 827 98 176 555 127 255 254 129

Total Men Women Total Men Women Total 3239 1552 1950 2821 2130 3309 2188 2444 2802 2524 1791 3332 2981 3591 1751 0 2488 1872 2368 2702 2603 2489 1858 42 77 22 115 113 44 134 27 12 84 17 91 68 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 24 70 37 145 150 105 172 14 24 144 20 105 83 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1093 66 147 59 260 263 149 306 41 36 228 37 196 151 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 21 6 46 103 52 131 128 193 80 18 146 0 108 55 23 45 5 32 3 22 110 7 23 6 8 84 135 52 280 149 57 67 27 77 0 69 40 91 229 1 23 8 37 57 8 50 1555 27 14 130 238 104 411 277 250 147 45 223 0 177 95 114 274 6 55 11 59 167 15 73

1 Srikakulam 2 Vizianagaram 3 Visakhapatnam 4 East Godavari 5 West Godavari 6 Krishna 7 Guntur 8 Prakasam 9 Nellore 10 Chittoor 11 Kadapa 12 Anantapur 13 Kurnool 14 Mahabubnagar 15 Ranga Reddy 16 Hyderabad 17 Medak 18 Nizamabad 19 Adilabad 20 Karimnagar 21 Warangal 22 Khammam 23 Nalagonda Andhra Pradesh

3572 34163

54785 846

1939 1357

2912 25620

49180 64144

MANAGEMENT WISE TEACHERS IN HIGH SCHOOLS - 2006 - 2007

Sl. No. Name of the District Central Govt. State Govt. MP/ZP Total 2134 1795 1551 4093 3341 3313 2945 2565 3003 3969 2427 2718 2180 3376 2663 0 2845 2568 1866 4346 3569 2155 3975 Municipal Private Aided Private Un Aided Men 391 545 925 1163 601 817 612 821 784 1586 1966 1046 1392 1454 3072 2292 837 1117 1495 3279 2808 899 2373 Women 203 264 1486 881 464 952 610 365 528 1052 753 518 815 700 5860 6683 611 582 555 1215 1095 563 799 Total 594 809 2411 2044 1065 1769 1222 1186 1312 2638 2719 1564 2207 2154 8932 8975 1448 1699 2050 4494 3903 1462 3172 Men 2858 2471 2888 5013 3501 3392 3386 3425 3205 4808 4283 3616 3616 4449 4926 3261 3273 3412 3871 7032 6305 3164 5853 Total Women 952 1029 2768 3159 2344 3474 2681 1559 2096 3035 1975 1930 2183 2078 7426 9360 1603 1547 1308 2707 2636 1880 2250 Total 3810 3500 5656 8172 5845 6866 6067 4984 5301 7843 6258 5546 5799 6527 12352 12621 4876 4959 5179 9739 8941 5044 8103 Men Women Total Men Women 7 0 21 7 0 50 12 0 12 10 0 51 0 0 49 42 0 0 0 6 21 0 0 0 0 33 5 0 31 4 0 2 7 0 26 0 0 136 83 0 0 0 8 15 0 0 7 0 54 12 0 81 16 0 14 17 0 77 0 0 185 125 0 0 0 14 36 0 0 683 390 683 545 292 166 196 342 277 397 258 378 395 482 161 612 358 300 823 409 679 725 364 254 213 261 388 222 153 226 233 189 321 238 292 328 317 225 1419 195 170 217 249 401 361 266 Total MP/ZP Women 937 603 944 933 514 319 422 575 466 718 496 670 723 799 386 2031 553 470 1040 658 1080 1086 630 1691 1362 935 2700 2112 1789 1829 1818 1840 2552 1652 1870 1406 2397 1574 0 2064 1882 1436 3188 2622 1417 2954 443 433 616 1393 1229 1524 1116 747 1163 1417 775 848 774 979 1089 0 781 686 430 1158 947 738 1021 Men Women Total Men Women Total 82 79 143 272 194 223 173 74 109 83 99 169 103 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 43 52 161 195 155 248 209 50 84 122 65 162 74 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 125 131 304 467 349 471 382 124 193 205 164 331 177 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 95 181 326 302 347 564 370 183 180 308 102 320 116 70 315 14 113 117 150 175 123 162 9 67 211 297 274 566 516 164 130 116 144 84 192 82 116 1175 16 109 106 77 178 218 164 13 162 392 623 576 913 1080 534 313 296 452 186 512 198 186 1490 30 222 223 227 353 341 326

1 Srikakulam 2 Vizianagaram 3 Visakhapatnam 4 East Godavari 5 West Godavari 6 Krishna 7 Guntur 8 Prakasam 9 Nellore 10 Chittoor 11 Kadapa 12 Anantapur 13 Kurnool 14 Mahabubnagar 15 Ranga Reddy 16 Hyderabad 17 Medak 18 Nizamabad 19 Adilabad 20 Karimnagar 21 Warangal 22 Khammam 23 Nalagonda

Andhra Pradesh

288

350

638 9915

7138

17053 43090

20307

63397 1803

1620

3423 4637

5011

9648 32275

27554

59829 92008

61980

153988

MANAGEMENT WISE TEACHERS IN HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOLS - 2006 - 2007

Sl. No. Name of the District Central Govt. State Govt. MP/ZP Municipal Private Aided Private Un Aided Total Men Women Total Men Women Total Men Women Total Men Women Total Men Women Total Men Women Total Men Women Total 33 44 177 33 15 23 40 15 37 43 18 23 33 21 147 107 19 19 18 17 21 11 18 932 10 4 188 14 10 14 16 9 17 27 7 17 13 3 278 249 11 5 4 5 3 11 7 922 43 48 365 47 25 37 56 24 54 70 25 40 46 24 425 356 30 24 22 22 24 22 25 1854 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 115 9 52 47 0 0 20 54 18 26 0 0 162 133 7 0 0 0 0 46 0 689 0 0 325 5 45 67 0 0 8 39 18 44 0 0 345 523 3 0 0 0 0 91 0 1513 0 0 440 14 97 114 0 0 28 93 36 70 0 0 507 656 10 0 0 0 0 137 0 33 44 292 42 67 70 40 15 57 97 36 49 33 21 309 240 26 19 18 17 21 57 18 10 4 513 19 55 81 16 9 25 66 25 61 13 3 623 772 14 5 4 5 3 102 7 2435 43 48 805 61 122 151 56 24 82 163 61 110 46 24 932 1012 40 24 22 22 24 159 25 4056

1 Srikakulam 2 Vizianagaram 3 Visakhapatnam 4 East Godavari 5 West Godavari 6 Krishna 7 Guntur 8 Prakasam 9 Nellore 10 Chittoor 11 Kadapa 12 Anantapur 13 Kurnool 14 Mahabubnagar 15 Ranga Reddy 16 Hyderabad 17 Medak 18 Nizamabad 19 Adilabad 20 Karimnagar 21 Warangal 22 Khammam 23 Nalagonda Andhra Pradesh

2202 1621

MANAGEMENT WISE TEACHERS IN TOTAL SCHOOLS - 2006 - 2007

Central Govt. Men Women Total 45 48 202 45 15 81 52 15 51 53 18 84 35 21 196 164 19 19 18 23 60 11 18 11 5 226 23 10 67 20 9 22 34 7 55 13 3 414 363 11 5 7 13 30 11 7 56 53 428 68 25 148 72 24 73 87 25 139 48 24 610 527 30 24 25 36 90 22 25 Men 1105 982 1593 982 475 188 268 484 313 470 292 425 516 743 251 1282 516 543 2422 575 1401 1557 590 State Govt. Women 328 392 499 546 335 179 275 306 224 386 300 323 442 561 342 3688 355 393 591 438 754 713 440 Total 1433 1374 2092 1528 810 367 543 790 537 856 592 748 958 1304 593 4970 871 936 3013 1013 2155 2270 1030 Men 7005 5142 4470 7881 6216 5274 6152 7083 6814 8487 6212 7418 5538 8139 4447 0 6258 5147 5749 7889 7289 5145 7624 MP/ZP Women 2618 2066 3067 4681 4130 5083 4880 3711 4072 4978 3340 3878 3452 4024 3442 0 2887 2470 2117 3620 3130 2936 3489 Total 9623 7208 7537 12562 10346 10357 11032 10794 10886 13465 9552 11296 8990 12163 7889 0 9145 7617 7866 11509 10419 8081 11113 Municipal Private Aided Total 97 380 814 1182 1292 2563 2141 1435 729 449 940 311 1117 475 456 2738 55 475 387 436 802 617 681 Private Un Aided Men 1950 1932 1998 2776 1065 1860 987 1525 1742 3647 4124 2959 3547 3659 6007 3760 2190 3197 3570 7500 5940 2144 4743 Women 1248 1267 3485 3105 1313 3047 1319 1033 1703 4261 2420 2181 3350 2854 15386 15313 1812 2740 2640 4875 3343 1851 2448 Total 3198 3199 5483 5881 2378 4907 2306 2558 3445 7908 6544 5140 6897 6513 21393 19073 4002 5937 6210 12375 9283 3995 7191 Men 10348 8612 8855 12876 8849 8714 9088 10265 9481 13129 11444 11437 10579 12833 11017 5633 9010 9121 11935 16216 15091 9056 13300 Total Women 4361 4104 8160 9505 6918 10559 8343 5576 6564 10246 6587 7042 8049 7646 19924 21675 5093 5868 5566 9153 7658 5929 6740 Total 14709 12716 17015 22381 15767 19273 17431 15841 16045 23375 18031 18479 18628 20479 30941 27308 14103 14989 17501 25369 22749 14985 20040

Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Name of the District Srikakulam Vizianagaram Visakhapatnam East Godavari West Godavari Krishna Guntur Prakasam Nellore

Men Women Total Men Women 185 288 279 609 441 363 585 131 191 231 192 403 265 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 117 214 382 551 475 568 752 109 184 379 186 442 353 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 302 502 661 58 220 313 39 160 501 599 655 1615 1097 408 359 208 334 163 439 204 340 2311 28 260 211 207 401 418 356

1160 583 916 931 637 948

1337 1044 240 1027 375 610 378 845 618 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 370 241 606 148 678 271 116 427 27 215 176 229 401 199 325

10 Chittoor 11 Kadapa 12 Anantapur 13 Kurnool 14 Mahabubnagar 15 Ranga Reddy 16 Hyderabad 17 Medak 18 Nizamabad 19 Adilabad 20 Karimnagar 21 Warangal 22 Khammam 23 Nalagonda

Andhra Pradesh

1293

1366

2659 17973

12810

30783

141379

78071

219450 4163

4712

8875 9259

11313

20572 72822

82994

155816 246889

191266 438155

MANAGEMENT WISE VIDYA VOLUNTEERS IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS - 2006 - 2007

Central Govt. State Govt. MP/ZP Municipal Private Aided Private Un Aided Men 580 364 935 514 225 212 259 434 326 541 364 782 486 741 369 11 508 323 926 319 631 610 520 10980 Total Women 438 146 417 668 336 614 310 418 403 1047 382 617 603 803 1108 106 511 427 462 389 535 582 666 11988 Total 1018 510 1352 1182 561 826 569 852 729 1588 746 1399 1089 1544 1477 117 1019 750 1388 708 1166 1192 1186 22968

Sl. No.

Name of the District

Men Women Total Men Women Total Men Women 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 101 98 467 84 14 2 8 35 13 14 5 10 20 27 9 11 13 15 466 17 92 144 12 1677 38 26 120 36 11 12 5 17 17 12 7 8 43 41 18 106 35 51 188 17 73 125 43 1049 139 124 587 120 25 14 13 52 30 26 12 18 63 68 27 117 48 66 654 34 165 269 55 466 259 455 393 194 189 244 398 309 508 356 679 456 714 360 0 495 308 460 302 539 466 508 366 114 255 487 262 371 269 390 306 926 361 419 493 762 1090 0 476 376 274 372 462 457 623 9911

Total Men Women Total Men Women Total Men Women Total 832 373 710 880 456 560 513 788 615 1434 717 1098 949 1476 1450 0 971 684 734 674 1001 923 1131 13 7 13 37 17 21 7 1 4 19 3 93 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 34 6 42 145 63 231 36 11 80 109 14 190 67 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1028 47 13 55 182 80 252 43 12 84 128 17 283 77 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1273 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 Srikakulam 2 Vizianagaram 3 Visakhapatnam 4 East Godavari 5 West Godavari 6 Krishna 7 Guntur 8 Prakasam 9 Nellore 10 Chittoor 11 Kadapa 12 Anantapur 13 Kurnool 14 Mahabubnagar 15 Ranga Reddy 16 Hyderabad 17 Medak 18 Nizamabad 19 Adilabad 20 Karimnagar 21 Warangal 22 Khammam 23 Nalagonda Andhra Pradesh

2726 9058

18969 245

MANAGEMENT WISE VIDYA VOLUNTEERS IN UPPER PRIMARY SCHOOLS - 2006 - 2007

Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Name of the District Srikakulam Vizianagaram Visakhapatnam East Godavari West Godavari Krishna Guntur Prakasam Nellore Central Govt. State Govt. Men 669 234 458 527 257 299 363 305 337 500 287 964 1205 624 227 0 432 320 534 318 302 730 342 MP/ZP Municipal Private Aided Private Un Aided Men 736 292 592 622 293 314 380 314 345 529 291 1055 1237 636 234 0 433 343 606 326 319 764 377 Total Women Total 502 159 447 781 502 730 578 304 397 775 338 731 873 799 490 5 422 434 426 396 415 788 569 1238 451 1039 1403 795 1044 958 618 742 1304 629 1786 2110 1435 724 5 855 777 1032 722 734 1552 946

Men Women Total Men Women Total 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 42 48 132 42 11 0 3 1 0 5 0 4 12 12 7 0 1 23 72 8 17 34 35 6 13 36 45 15 2 6 3 1 3 0 2 9 17 15 5 5 38 45 17 23 29 40 48 61 168 87 26 2 9 4 1 8 0 6 21 29 22 5 6 61 117 25 40 63 75

Women Total Men Women Total Men Women Total Men Women Total 466 106 397 570 364 624 494 284 368 623 322 543 788 782 475 0 417 396 381 379 392 759 529 1135 340 855 1097 621 923 857 589 705 1123 609 1507 1993 1406 702 0 849 716 915 697 694 1489 871 25 10 2 53 25 15 14 8 8 24 4 87 20 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 30 40 14 166 123 104 78 17 28 149 16 186 76 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 55 50 16 219 148 119 92 25 36 173 20 273 96 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

10 Chittoor 11 Kadapa 12 Anantapur 13 Kurnool 14 Mahabubnagar 15 Ranga Reddy 16 Hyderabad 17 Medak 18 Nizamabad 19 Adilabad 20 Karimnagar 21 Warangal 22 Khammam 23 Nalagonda

Andhra Pradesh

0

0

0

509

375

884

10234

10459

20693 295

1027

1322

0

0

0

0

0

0

11038

11861

22899

MANAGEMENT WISE VIDYA VOLUNTEERS IN HIGH SCHOOLS - 2006 - 2007

Central Govt. State Govt. MP/ZP Municipal Private Aided Private Un Aided Men 549 278 797 1001 507 358 219 291 248 851 306 996 367 455 380 2 255 508 782 570 353 603 694 11370 Total Women 178 114 471 743 482 473 224 178 172 651 204 595 221 385 485 12 171 463 368 331 199 399 561 8080 Total 727 392 1268 1744 989 831 443 469 420 1502 510 1591 588 840 865 14 426 971 1150 901 552 1002 1255 19450

Sl. No.

Name of the District

Men Women Total Men Women Total Men Women 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 49 73 179 92 56 15 11 30 13 67 39 63 26 25 7 2 24 63 186 41 67 167 19 1314 29 52 114 88 57 50 25 24 9 76 38 46 56 69 16 12 14 90 88 59 29 106 56 1203 78 125 293 180 113 65 36 54 22 143 77 109 82 94 23 14 38 153 274 100 96 273 75 482 200 599 860 396 334 205 261 195 740 251 865 336 430 373 0 231 445 596 529 286 436 675 144 59 319 550 353 379 195 151 127 509 138 469 157 316 469 0 157 373 280 272 170 293 505 6385

Total Men Women Total Men Women Total Men Women Total 626 259 918 1410 749 713 400 412 322 1249 389 1334 493 746 842 0 388 818 876 801 456 729 1180 18 5 19 49 55 9 3 0 40 44 16 68 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 3 38 105 72 44 4 3 36 66 28 80 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 492 23 8 57 154 127 53 7 3 76 110 44 148 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 823 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 Srikakulam 2 Vizianagaram 3 Visakhapatnam 4 East Godavari 5 West Godavari 6 Krishna 7 Guntur 8 Prakasam 9 Nellore 10 Chittoor 11 Kadapa 12 Anantapur 13 Kurnool 14 Mahabubnagar 15 Ranga Reddy 16 Hyderabad 17 Medak 18 Nizamabad 19 Adilabad 20 Karimnagar 21 Warangal 22 Khammam 23 Nalagonda Andhra Pradesh

2517 9725

16110 331

MANAGEMENT WISE VIDYA VOLUNTEERS IN TOTAL SCHOOLS - 2005 - 2006

Central Govt. State Govt. Men 1617 693 1512 1780 847 822 812 964 841 1748 894 2508 1997 1768 960 0 1158 1073 1590 1149 1127 1632 1525 MP/ZP Women 976 279 971 1607 979 1374 958 825 801 2058 821 1431 1438 1860 2034 0 1050 1145 935 1023 1024 1509 1657 26755 Municipal Private Aided Private Un Aided Men 1865 934 2324 2137 1025 884 858 1039 919 1921 961 2833 2090 1832 983 13 1196 1174 2314 1215 1303 1977 1591 33388 Total Women 1118 419 1335 2192 1320 1817 1112 900 972 2473 924 1943 1697 1987 2083 123 1104 1324 1256 1116 1149 1769 1796 31929 Total 2983 1353 3659 4329 2345 2701 1970 1939 1891 4394 1885 4776 3787 3819 3066 136 2300 2498 3570 2331 2452 3746 3387 65317

Sl. No.

Name of the District

Men Women Total Men Women Total 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 192 219 778 218 81 17 22 66 26 86 44 77 58 64 23 13 38 101 724 66 176 345 66 3500 73 91 270 169 83 64 36 44 27 91 45 56 108 127 49 123 54 179 321 93 125 260 139 2627 265 310 1048 387 164 81 58 110 53 177 89 133 166 191 72 136 92 280 1045 159 301 605 205

Total Men Women Total Men Women Total Men Women Total 2593 972 2483 3387 1826 2196 1770 1789 1642 3806 1715 3939 3435 3628 2994 0 2208 2218 2525 2172 2151 3141 3182 56 22 34 139 97 45 24 9 52 87 23 248 35 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 69 49 94 416 258 379 118 31 144 324 58 456 151 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2547 125 71 128 555 355 424 142 40 196 411 81 704 186 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3418 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 Srikakulam 2 Vizianagaram 3 Visakhapatnam 4 East Godavari 5 West Godavari 6 Krishna 7 Guntur 8 Prakasam 9 Nellore 10 Chittoor 11 Kadapa 12 Anantapur 13 Kurnool 14 Mahabubnagar 15 Ranga Reddy 16 Hyderabad 17 Medak 18 Nizamabad 19 Adilabad 20 Karimnagar 21 Warangal 22 Khammam 23 Nalagonda Andhra Pradesh

6127 29017

55772 871

ALL CLASS-WISE ENROLMENT - 2006 - 07

Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Name of the District Srikakulam Vizianagaram Visakhapatnam East Godavari West Godavari Krishna Guntur Prakasam Nellore Pre-Primary Boys 7722 8821 12471 16765 6390 12006 11125 1108 2279 34346 14370 7623 20490 11653 67719 43835 7432 18743 17772 23405 23140 5583 13784 Girls 6224 7434 10506 14364 5586 10274 10059 813 1774 29467 12367 6113 15284 8162 57432 38230 5520 15522 13966 18497 18414 4514 10129 Total 13946 16255 22977 31129 11976 22280 21184 1921 4053 63813 26737 13736 35774 19815 125151 82065 12952 34265 31738 41902 41554 10097 23913 Boys 23890 22695 35280 41237 27389 32876 35220 32378 25162 34593 29274 36720 46968 55794 62268 48061 39660 26655 35488 40085 46013 28728 42866 CLASS-I Girls 22887 21454 35501 39813 26966 32386 34599 31180 23642 32587 27410 34925 45409 53944 57821 46394 38416 25386 33573 37560 44403 27262 40229 Total 46777 44149 70781 81050 54355 65262 69819 63558 48804 67180 56684 71645 92377 109738 120089 94455 78076 52041 69061 77645 90416 55990 83095 Boys 24115 23201 33336 40200 26842 32748 33900 30399 24402 35391 28152 36468 42329 40674 52740 43574 27629 24591 31345 34846 33472 24547 32899 Classwise Enrolment - ALL CLASS-II CLASS-III Girls 23527 22737 33864 40378 27558 32910 34373 30327 24006 33681 26944 36044 41304 39460 49802 43590 27801 23858 30805 34553 32738 24194 32077 Total 47642 45938 67200 80578 54400 65658 68273 60726 48408 69072 55096 72512 83633 80134 102542 87164 55430 48449 62150 69399 66210 48741 64976 Boys 22488 22042 31380 37380 24485 31059 31272 27794 21393 32417 25288 32042 39136 37138 49420 41546 26221 23437 28301 34224 32289 22430 31356 Girls 21882 20564 30932 37960 25173 30996 31135 27160 20962 31660 24128 31042 37202 34468 45600 41774 25770 22534 26628 33322 30812 21944 30202 Total 44370 42606 62312 75340 49658 62055 62407 54954 42355 64077 49416 63084 76338 71606 95020 83320 51991 45971 54929 67546 63101 44374 61558 Boys 22455 21383 31797 37181 25118 31104 30390 27078 21692 32778 25405 31857 38211 35529 48038 40379 26218 23873 27005 34630 31742 22455 30657 CLASS-IV Girls 21704 20553 31147 37864 25934 30925 30344 26635 20945 31135 24431 30386 35405 32802 43803 41291 24948 23176 25520 33587 30090 22130 29480 Total 44159 41936 62944 75045 51052 62029 60734 53713 42637 63913 49836 62243 73616 68331 91841 81670 51166 47049 52525 68217 61832 44585 60137 Boys 23063 21540 32958 39330 27582 32719 31936 27809 22430 33817 26013 33763 39120 37377 48466 39922 27089 25326 28597 36285 34083 24969 33982 CLASS-V Girls 22208 21113 31953 40262 28396 33016 31620 27085 21614 32591 25194 33317 35551 34005 45137 40981 26128 25260 27637 35742 32836 24206 32233 Total 45271 42653 64911 79592 55978 65735 63556 54894 44044 66408 51207 67080 74671 71382 93603 80903 53217 50586 56234 72027 66919 49175 66215

10 Chittoor 11 Kadapa 12 Anantapur 13 Kurnool 14 Mahabubnagar 15 Ranga Reddy 16 Hyderabad 17 Medak 18 Nizamabad 19 Adilabad 20 Karimnagar 21 Warangal 22 Khammam 23 Nalagonda Andhra Pradesh

388582 320651 709233 849300 813747 1663047 757800 746531 1504331 704538 683850 1388388 696975 674235 1371210 728176 708085 1436261

ALL CLASS-WISE ENROLMENT - 2006- 07

Sl.N o. Name of the District CLASS-VI Boys 21396 18707 31038 37286 27774 31082 29849 22725 20930 33125 24426 32849 35126 35319 48692 38916 26489 24251 26521 35856 33810 25424 34411 Girls 20890 16704 28396 38481 27755 30741 28080 20310 19917 31487 22477 31611 29881 29443 43396 40590 24546 23076 24975 35316 31843 24395 31376 Total 42286 35411 59434 75767 55529 61823 57929 43035 40847 64612 46903 64460 65007 64762 92088 79506 51035 47327 51496 71172 65653 49819 65787 Boys 21555 17145 29663 35936 25175 29172 27187 21326 19852 33785 23279 33040 31713 35653 47997 37420 26601 23762 28843 37380 35340 24102 34143 CLASS-VII Girls 19846 15845 28017 37200 25973 27894 25125 18637 18726 31149 21400 31078 25176 28629 42632 39941 23787 22389 26551 37579 33004 23010 30877 Total 41401 32990 57680 73136 51148 57066 52312 39963 38578 64934 44679 64118 56889 64282 90629 77361 50388 46151 55394 74959 68344 47112 65020 Boys 17928 15195 26763 32786 23663 24798 24599 18132 17472 31980 20023 27972 27111 27435 39785 32934 20801 18751 23360 32428 29381 23123 30123 CLASS-VIII Girls 16499 13201 23816 33332 24085 23925 21537 14867 15934 28752 18162 26259 20111 21036 35516 35765 18175 17212 21059 31284 27253 21364 26756 Classwise Enrolment - ALL CLASS-IX Total 34427 28396 50579 66118 47748 48723 46136 32999 33406 60732 38185 54231 47222 48471 75301 68699 38976 35963 44419 63712 56634 44487 56879 Boys 16635 13821 24229 30735 22843 24329 22450 16821 16439 26423 19687 25776 24454 24998 37200 30817 18209 17039 20330 30299 28322 20968 27498 Girls 15023 12332 21867 31843 22928 22863 19873 13500 14902 23539 16904 23750 17153 18300 32586 33704 15344 15610 17812 29067 25289 18715 23460 Total 31658 26153 46096 62578 45771 47192 42323 30321 31341 49962 36591 49526 41607 43298 69786 64521 33553 32649 38142 59366 53611 39683 50958 Boys 16283 13117 23286 28666 21216 22908 20765 16001 15913 26483 18827 23392 23164 22350 34146 30079 16552 15666 18123 27612 26977 17782 26560 CLASS-X Girls 14360 11397 19793 29590 21898 21529 18053 12268 14538 22946 15649 21115 15985 16684 30564 32805 13526 14347 15672 26639 23167 15784 21983 Total 30643 24514 43079 58256 43114 44437 38818 28269 30451 49429 34476 44507 39149 39034 64710 62884 30078 30013 33795 54251 50144 33566 48543 21 81 337 51 77 106 65 28 75 83 17 114 34 26 365 443 74 25 25 24 17 64 24 CLASS-XI Boys Girls Total 10 19 318 20 48 144 26 12 20 62 10 57 18 9 267 506 37 12 15 13 14 65 11 31 100 655 71 125 250 91 40 95 145 27 171 52 35 632 949 111 37 40 37 31 129 35 Boys 34 104 275 43 70 80 75 29 67 81 36 107 32 22 325 374 34 31 26 23 20 40 32 1960 CLASS-XII Girls 17 13 259 29 46 106 26 12 32 66 11 54 12 12 235 351 20 9 16 14 10 42 8 1400 Total 51 117 534 72 116 186 101 41 99 147 47 161 44 34 560 725 54 40 42 37 30 82 40 3360

1 Srikakulam 2 Vizianagaram 3 Visakhapatnam 4 East Godavari 5 West Godavari 6 Krishna 7 Guntur 8 Prakasam 9 Nellore 10 Chittoor 11 Kadapa 12 Anantapur 13 Kurnool 14 Mahabubnagar 15 Ranga Reddy 16 Hyderabad 17 Medak 18 Nizamabad 19 Adilabad 20 Karimnagar 21 Warangal 22 Khammam 23 Nalagonda Andhra Pradesh

696002 655686 1351688 680069 634465 1314534 586543 535900 1122443 540322 486364 1026686 505868 450292 956160 2176 1713 3889

ALL STAGE-WISE ENROLMENT - 2006 - 07

Stage-Wise Enrolment - ALL Sl. No. Name of the District Boys 1 Srikakulam 2 Vizianagaram 3 Visakhapatnam 4 East Godavari 5 West Godavari 6 Krishna 7 Guntur 8 Prakasam 9 Nellore 10 Chittoor 11 Kadapa 12 Anantapur 13 Kurnool 14 Mahabubnagar 15 Ranga Reddy 16 Hyderabad 17 Medak 18 Nizamabad 19 Adilabad 20 Karimnagar 21 Warangal 22 Khammam 23 Nalagonda Andhra Pradesh 7722 8821 12471 16765 6390 12006 11125 1108 2279 34346 14370 7623 20490 11653 67719 43835 7432 18743 17772 23405 23140 5583 13784 Pre-Primary Girls 6224 7434 10506 14364 5586 10274 10059 813 1774 29467 12367 6113 15284 8162 57432 38230 5520 15522 13966 18497 18414 4514 10129 Total 13946 16255 22977 31129 11976 22280 21184 1921 4053 63813 26737 13736 35774 19815 125151 82065 12952 34265 31738 41902 41554 10097 23913 Boys 116011 110861 164751 195328 131416 160506 162718 145458 115079 168996 134132 170850 205764 206512 260932 213482 146817 123882 150736 180070 177599 123129 171760 CLASSES - I - V Girls 112208 106421 163397 196277 134027 160233 162071 142387 111169 161654 128107 165714 194871 194679 242163 214030 143063 120214 144163 174764 170879 119736 164221 Total 228219 217282 328148 391605 265443 320739 324789 287845 226248 330650 262239 336564 400635 401191 503095 427512 289880 244096 294899 354834 348478 242865 335981 Boys 42951 35852 60701 73222 52949 60254 57036 44051 40782 66910 47705 65889 66839 70972 96689 76336 53090 48013 55364 73236 69150 49526 68554 CLASSES - VI - VII Girls 40736 32549 56413 75681 53728 58635 53205 38947 38643 62636 43877 62689 55057 58072 86028 80531 48333 45465 51526 72895 64847 47405 62253 1290151 Total 83687 68401 117114 148903 106677 118889 110241 82998 79425 129546 91582 128578 121896 129044 182717 156867 101423 93478 106890 146131 133997 96931 130807 CLASSES - VIII - X Boys 50846 42133 74278 92187 67722 72035 67814 50954 49824 84886 58537 77140 74729 74783 111131 93830 55562 51456 61813 90339 84680 61873 84181 Girls 45882 36930 65476 94765 68911 68317 59463 40635 45374 75237 50715 71124 53249 56020 98666 102274 47045 47169 54543 86990 75709 55863 72199 Total 96728 79063 139754 186952 136633 140352 127277 91589 95198 160123 109252 148264 127978 130803 209797 196104 102607 98625 116356 177329 160389 117736 156380 CLASSES - XI - XII Boys Girls Total 55 185 612 94 147 186 140 57 142 164 53 221 66 48 690 817 108 56 51 47 37 104 56 27 32 577 49 94 250 52 24 52 128 21 111 30 21 502 857 57 21 31 27 24 107 19 82 217 1189 143 241 436 192 81 194 292 74 332 96 69 1192 1674 165 77 82 74 61 211 75 Boys 209808 188846 299730 360737 252087 292795 287568 240463 205685 320792 240374 313879 347332 352267 468752 383648 255469 223351 267913 343645 331429 234528 324495 CLASSES - I - X Girls 198826 175900 285286 366723 256666 287185 274739 221969 195186 299527 222699 299527 303177 308771 426857 396835 238441 212848 250232 334649 311435 223004 298673 Total 408634 364746 585016 727460 508753 579980 562307 462432 400871 620319 463073 613406 650509 661038 895609 780483 493910 436199 518145 678294 642864 457532 623168 CLASSES - PP - XII Boys 217585 197852 312813 377596 258624 304987 298833 241628 208106 355302 254797 321723 367888 363968 537161 428300 263009 242150 285736 367097 354606 240215 338335 Girls 205077 183366 296369 381136 262346 297709 284850 222806 197012 329122 235087 305751 318491 316954 484791 435922 244018 228391 264229 353173 329873 227625 308821

388582 320651 709233 3736789 3626448 7363237 1376071

2666222 1632733 1472556 3105289 4136 3113 7249 6745593 6389155 13134748 7138311 6712919

CLASSES - PP - XII Total 422662 381218 609182 758732 520970 602696 583683 464434 405118 684424 489884 627474 686379 680922 1021952 864222 507027 470541 549965 720270 684479 467840 647156 13851230

BC CLASS-WISE ENROLMENT - 2006 - 07

Sl. No. Name of the District Pre-Primary Boys 5223 5309 5726 6465 2301 4242 3368 182 743 13313 4370 3189 8853 6277 27375 10546 3886 9534 8630 13927 11890 2118 7336 Girls 4127 4257 4860 5421 2013 3583 3134 150 577 11255 3842 2641 6625 4471 23301 9141 2814 7912 6585 10614 9211 1714 5193 Total 9350 9566 10586 11886 4314 7825 6502 332 1320 24568 8212 5830 15478 10748 50676 19687 6700 17446 15215 24541 21101 3832 12529 Boys 17207 15061 13565 17939 11961 12893 11405 11084 9209 14249 10044 18135 23821 30357 26488 11223 22267 13090 13793 24461 20625 9726 21895 CLASS-I Girls 16493 14440 13753 17592 11913 13047 11202 10970 8698 13656 9486 17164 22942 29567 24798 10626 21550 12378 12967 22693 19746 9301 20631 Total 33700 29501 27318 35531 23874 25940 22607 22054 17907 27905 19530 35299 46763 59924 51286 21849 43817 25468 26760 47154 40371 19027 42526 Boys 17443 15501 13737 17542 11782 13128 10837 10614 9018 14883 9646 18086 21046 22412 22087 10075 15475 12317 12817 21307 16179 8667 17282 Classwise Enrolment - BC CLASS-II CLASS-III Girls 16897 15099 14252 17988 12398 13624 11410 10789 9038 14191 9432 17860 20083 21751 21176 9826 15731 11833 12361 20999 15964 8492 17293 Total 34340 30600 27989 35530 24180 26752 22247 21403 18056 29074 19078 35946 41129 44163 43263 19901 31206 24150 25178 42306 32143 17159 34575 Boys 15762 13916 12727 16107 10613 12346 10070 9643 8284 13789 8608 15761 19140 20367 20581 9721 14823 11943 11865 20791 16123 7863 16741 Girls 15506 13278 13186 16689 11254 12636 10182 9753 8265 13445 8347 15241 17482 19103 19475 9404 14722 11159 11093 20529 15646 7724 16186 Total 31268 27194 25913 32796 21867 24982 20252 19396 16549 27234 16955 31002 36622 39470 40056 19125 29545 23102 22958 41320 31769 15587 32927 Boys 15760 13689 12924 15826 11009 12338 9790 9575 8332 13823 8522 15786 18370 19635 20238 9485 14530 11950 11551 21303 15960 7957 16146 CLASS-IV Girls 15503 13329 13423 16414 11464 12504 10125 9666 8256 13094 8447 14975 16235 18580 19058 9362 14235 11505 10905 20623 15612 7918 16148 Total 31263 27018 26347 32240 22473 24842 19915 19241 16588 26917 16969 30761 34605 38215 39296 18847 28765 23455 22456 41926 31572 15875 32294 Boys 16231 13822 13728 16502 12181 12906 10155 9879 8831 14127 8797 16727 19007 20494 20400 9920 15581 12979 12306 22313 17549 8626 18073 CLASS-V Girls 15795 13665 13945 17051 12799 13399 10336 9459 8529 13666 8603 16410 15909 19019 19309 9539 14986 12632 11824 21840 17130 8389 17792 Total 32026 27487 27673 33553 24980 26305 20491 19338 17360 27793 17400 33137 34916 39513 39709 19459 30567 25611 24130 44153 34679 17015 35865

1 Srikakulam 2 Vizianagaram 3 Visakhapatnam 4 East Godavari 5 West Godavari 6 Krishna 7 Guntur 8 Prakasam 9 Nellore 10 Chittoor 11 Kadapa 12 Anantapur 13 Kurnool 14 Mahabubnagar 15 Ranga Reddy 16 Hyderabad 17 Medak 18 Nizamabad 19 Adilabad 20 Karimnagar 21 Warangal 22 Khammam 23 Nalagonda

Andhra Pradesh

164803 133441 298244 380498 365613 746111 341881 338487 680368 317584 310305 627889 314499 307381 621880 331134 322026 653160

BC CLASS-WISE ENROLMENT - 2006 - 07

Sl. No. Name of the District CLASS-VI Boys Girls Total 15165 12260 13188 15332 12063 12024 9298 7915 8255 13771 8250 16315 16815 19448 20664 9297 14996 12784 11714 22199 17528 8760 18672 14858 11375 13162 15794 12215 12294 9095 6852 8098 13153 7511 15341 13496 16539 19004 8999 14429 12048 11054 21820 17152 8733 17531 30023 23635 26350 31126 24278 24318 18393 14767 16353 26924 15761 31656 30311 35987 39668 18296 29425 24832 22768 44019 34680 17493 36203 CLASS-VII Boys Girls Total 15202 11321 12527 14412 11001 11268 8625 7232 7881 14500 7922 16100 15134 19949 20769 8842 15564 12614 13135 23216 18497 8394 18793 14065 10700 12580 14459 11362 11123 7948 6168 7553 13254 7195 15159 11120 16410 19400 8871 14215 12090 12002 23404 18067 8271 17475 29267 22021 25107 28871 22363 22391 16573 13400 15434 27754 15117 31259 26254 36359 40169 17713 29779 24704 25137 46620 36564 16665 36268 Classwise Enrolment -BC CLASS-VIII CLASS-IX Boys Girls Total Boys Girls Total 12551 10240 11519 13312 9961 9527 7675 6133 7056 13588 6725 13645 12703 15533 17081 8054 12180 10233 10944 20104 15747 8103 16839 11687 8814 10916 13236 10234 9346 6576 4782 6459 12356 5920 12600 8759 11628 15611 8332 10639 9196 9684 19416 15275 7491 15496 24238 19054 22435 26548 20195 18873 14251 10915 13515 25944 12645 26245 21462 27161 32692 16386 22819 19429 20628 39520 31022 15594 32335 11652 9283 10773 12186 9893 9017 6756 5492 6571 11083 6636 12409 11482 14014 15936 7707 10723 9327 9912 19141 15330 7605 15146 10819 8128 10073 12398 9721 8657 5811 4168 5953 9933 5381 10968 7312 9853 14499 7956 8872 8404 8412 17799 14374 7035 13007 22471 17411 20846 24584 19614 17674 12567 9660 12524 21016 12017 23377 18794 23867 30435 15663 19595 17731 18324 36940 29704 14640 28153 CLASS-X Girls Total 10088 7456 9367 11168 8864 8166 5234 3588 5491 9439 4911 9309 6471 8969 13842 7807 7838 7507 7622 16282 13220 5975 12317 21492 16131 19924 22410 17774 16629 11377 8681 11661 20658 11216 20062 16964 21400 28756 15258 17404 16070 16692 33556 28138 12447 26871 CLASS-XI Boys Girls Total 13 44 47 14 35 24 3 3 19 5 5 40 8 8 70 7 10 13 5 5 3 13 10 5 14 31 7 18 20 3 1 2 2 5 6 8 2 25 3 4 7 5 7 2 26 6 209 18 58 78 21 53 44 6 4 21 7 10 46 16 10 95 10 14 20 10 12 5 39 16 613 CLASS-XII Girls Total 5 7 8 12 18 71 1 3 2 12 2 23 1 4 25 2 4 6 6 4 0 7 4 227 28 51 28 25 45 89 8 5 10 22 9 49 8 11 67 6 13 17 14 13 2 16 16 552

Boys 11404 8675 10557 11242 8910 8463 6143 5093 6170 11219 6305 10753 10493 12431 14914 7451 9566 8563 9070 17274 14918 6472 14554

Boys 23 44 20 13 27 18 7 2 8 10 7 26 7 7 42 4 9 11 8 9 2 9 12 325

1 Srikakulam 2 Vizianagaram 3 Visakhapatnam 4 East Godavari 5 West Godavari 6 Krishna 7 Guntur 8 Prakasam 9 Nellore 10 Chittoor 11 Kadapa 12 Anantapur 13 Kurnool 14 Mahabubnagar 15 Ranga Reddy 16 Hyderabad 17 Medak 18 Nizamabad 19 Adilabad 20 Karimnagar 21 Warangal 22 Khammam 23 Nalagonda Andhra Pradesh

316713 300553 617266 312898 292891 605789 269453 244453 513906 248074 219533 467607 230640 200931 431571 404

BC STAGE-WISE ENROLMENT - 2006 - 07

Sl. No. Name of the District Pre-Primary Boys Girls Total 5223 5309 5726 6465 2301 4242 3368 182 743 13313 4370 3189 8853 6277 27375 10546 3886 9534 8630 13927 11890 2118 7336 4127 4257 4860 5421 2013 3583 3134 150 577 11255 3842 2641 6625 4471 23301 9141 2814 7912 6585 10614 9211 1714 5193 9350 9566 10586 11886 4314 7825 6502 332 1320 24568 8212 5830 15478 10748 50676 19687 6700 17446 15215 24541 21101 3832 12529 CLASSES - I - V Boys Girls Total 82403 71989 66681 83916 57546 63611 52257 50795 43674 70871 45617 84495 101384 113265 109794 50424 82676 62279 62332 110175 86436 42839 90137 80194 69811 68559 85734 59828 65210 53255 50637 42786 68052 44315 81650 92651 108020 103816 48757 81224 59507 59150 106684 84098 41824 88050 162597 141800 135240 169650 117374 128821 105512 101432 86460 138923 89932 166145 194035 221285 213610 99181 163900 121786 121482 216859 170534 84663 178187 CLASSES - VI - VII Boys Girls Total 30367 23581 25715 29744 23064 23292 17923 15147 16136 28271 16172 32415 31949 39397 41433 18139 30560 25398 24849 45415 36025 17154 37465 28923 22075 25742 30253 23577 23417 17043 13020 15651 26407 14706 30500 24616 32949 38404 17870 28644 24138 23056 45224 35219 17004 35006 59290 45656 51457 59997 46641 46709 34966 28167 31787 54678 30878 62915 56565 72346 79837 36009 59204 49536 47905 90639 71244 34158 72471 Stage-Wise Enrolment - BC CLASSES - VIII - X Boys Girls Total 35607 28198 32849 36740 28764 27007 20574 16718 19797 35890 19666 36807 34678 41978 47931 23212 32469 28123 29926 56519 45995 22180 46539 32594 24398 30356 36802 28819 26169 17621 12538 17903 31728 16212 32877 22542 30450 43952 24095 27349 25107 25718 53497 42869 20501 40820 68201 52596 63205 73542 57583 53176 38195 29256 37700 67618 35878 69684 57220 72428 91883 47307 59818 53230 55644 110016 88864 42681 87359 CLASSES - XI - XII Boys Girls Total 36 88 67 27 62 42 10 5 27 15 12 66 15 15 112 11 19 24 13 14 5 22 22 729 10 21 39 19 36 91 4 4 4 14 7 29 9 6 50 5 8 13 11 11 2 33 10 436 46 109 106 46 98 133 14 9 31 29 19 95 24 21 162 16 27 37 24 25 7 55 32 Boys CLASSES - I - X Girls Total 141711 116284 124657 152789 112224 114796 87919 76195 76340 126187 75233 145027 139809 171419 186172 90722 137217 108752 107924 205405 162186 79329 163876 290088 240052 249902 303189 221598 228706 178673 158855 155947 261219 156688 298744 307820 366059 385330 182497 282922 224552 225031 417514 330642 161502 338017 CLASSES - PP - XII Boys Girls Total 153636 129165 131038 156892 111737 118194 94132 82847 80377 148360 85837 156972 176879 200932 226645 102332 149610 125358 125750 226050 180351 84313 181499 145848 120562 129556 158229 114273 118470 91057 76349 76921 137456 79082 147697 146443 175896 209523 99868 140039 116677 114520 216030 171399 81076 169079 299484 249727 260594 315121 226010 236664 185189 159196 157298 285816 164919 304669 323322 376828 436168 202200 289649 242035 240270 442080 351750 165389 350578

1 Srikakulam 2 Vizianagaram 3 Visakhapatnam 4 East Godavari 5 West Godavari 6 Krishna 7 Guntur 8 Prakasam 9 Nellore 10 Chittoor 11 Kadapa 12 Anantapur 13 Kurnool 14 Mahabubnagar 15 Ranga Reddy 16 Hyderabad 17 Medak 18 Nizamabad 19 Adilabad 20 Karimnagar 21 Warangal 22 Khammam 23 Nalagonda Andhra Pradesh

148377 123768 125245 150400 109374 113910 90754 82660 79607 135032 81455 153717 168011 194640 199158 91775 145705 115800 117107 212109 168456 82173 174141

164803 133441 298244 1685596 1643812 3329408 629611 593444 1223055 748167 664917 1413084

1165 3063374 2902173 5965547 3228906 3036050 6264956

SC CLASS-WISE ENROLMENT - 2006 - 07

Sl. No. Name of the District Pre-Primary Boys Girls Total 472 791 700 2024 796 1974 2663 112 353 5419 2522 869 2299 877 9256 3466 703 2094 2781 3319 3654 775 1532 395 684 683 1641 677 1789 2439 81 280 5043 2335 736 1787 571 7868 2974 576 1787 2298 2813 3053 584 1236 867 1475 1383 3665 1473 3763 5102 193 633 10462 4857 1605 4086 1448 17124 6440 1279 3881 5079 6132 6707 1359 2768 CLASS-I Girls 2223 2243 2865 9078 7989 8994 10111 9184 6268 6859 5165 6215 9648 10657 11071 4897 7609 3983 5759 7792 9178 5150 8666 Classwise Enrolment - SC CLASS-II CLASS-III Girls Total Boys Girls Total 2320 2594 2913 8960 7932 8758 9846 8766 6291 7316 5027 6346 8493 7522 8916 4277 5164 3682 5505 6939 6777 4426 6685 4699 5110 5758 17871 15695 17453 19724 17479 12731 14661 10152 12559 17344 15057 18069 8622 10424 7455 11143 13991 13549 8982 13427 2125 2343 2705 7968 6747 8120 8884 7721 5366 6441 4503 5192 8123 6752 8334 4005 4843 3513 4856 6824 6351 4110 6099 2080 2220 2574 7941 6946 8095 8683 7762 5301 6459 4238 5006 7586 6365 7754 3858 4717 3406 4672 6532 6075 4137 6296 4205 4563 5279 15909 13693 16215 17567 15483 10667 12900 8741 10198 15709 13117 16088 7863 9560 6919 9528 13356 12426 8247 12395 CLASS-IV Girls Total 2050 2265 2593 8007 6993 7948 8240 7281 5409 6381 4199 5118 7184 6028 7451 3937 4677 3772 4443 6835 5803 4157 6149 4189 4673 5271 15842 13858 16002 16762 14757 11059 12852 8730 10452 15379 12541 15286 7956 9438 7468 9398 13846 11993 8340 12366 CLASS-V Girls Total 2251 2537 2848 8776 7457 8521 8405 7327 5712 6836 4468 5818 7363 6538 7961 3868 5319 3997 5239 7482 6589 4684 6968 4537 5004 5607 17389 14886 16942 17259 15094 11392 13746 9133 11502 15685 13747 16382 7799 10417 7968 10594 14837 13278 9325 14090

Boys 2333 2347 2717 9449 8213 9065 10342 9453 6409 7195 5401 6216 10117 10747 11175 5081 7853 4165 6088 8166 9152 5497 9023

Total 4556 4590 5582 18527 16202 18059 20453 18637 12677 14054 10566 12431 19765 21404 22246 9978 15462 8148 11847 15958 18330 10647 17689

Boys 2379 2516 2845 8911 7763 8695 9878 8713 6440 7345 5125 6213 8851 7535 9153 4345 5260 3773 5638 7052 6772 4556 6742

Boys 2139 2408 2678 7835 6865 8054 8522 7476 5650 6471 4531 5334 8195 6513 7835 4019 4761 3696 4955 7011 6190 4183 6217

Boys 2286 2467 2759 8613 7429 8421 8854 7767 5680 6910 4665 5684 8322 7209 8421 3931 5098 3971 5355 7355 6689 4641 7122

1 Srikakulam 2 Vizianagaram 3 Visakhapatnam 4 East Godavari 5 West Godavari 6 Krishna 7 Guntur 8 Prakasam 9 Nellore 10 Chittoor 11 Kadapa 12 Anantapur 13 Kurnool 14 Mahabubnagar 15 Ranga Reddy 16 Hyderabad 17 Medak 18 Nizamabad 19 Adilabad 20 Karimnagar 21 Warangal 22 Khammam 23 Nalagonda Andhra Pradesh

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Sl. No. Name of the District CLASS-VI Boys Girls Total 2007 2227 2601 7706 6892 7746 7563 5931 5532 6839 4534 5688 7670 6754 8427 3703 5063 4028 5045 7505 6695 4836 7219 1981 1925 2553 7938 6934 7482 6540 4896 5195 6428 3882 5225 6240 5559 7970 3818 4592 3676 5094 7377 6372 4614 6748 3988 4152 5154 15644 13826 15228 14103 10827 10727 13267 8416 10913 13910 12313 16397 7521 9655 7704 10139 14882 13067 9450 13967 CLASS-VII Boys Girls Total 2097 1972 2491 7949 6119 7145 6765 5376 5594 7184 4075 5925 6722 6898 8341 3536 5021 4000 6076 8102 7026 4637 7235 1912 1785 2608 7871 6199 6455 6005 4338 5033 6437 3516 5244 4966 5224 7752 3621 4461 3607 5705 8052 6766 4361 6706 4009 3757 5099 15820 12318 13600 12770 9714 10627 13621 7591 11169 11688 12122 16093 7157 9482 7607 11781 16154 13792 8998 13941 Classwise Enrolment - SC CLASS-VIII CLASS-IX Boys Girls Total Boys Girls Total 1784 1637 2367 7047 5648 6026 6047 4523 4939 7026 3599 5043 5916 4963 6664 3143 3813 3051 5115 6675 5839 4746 6382 1563 1524 2260 6901 5430 5749 4790 3324 4452 6103 2884 4502 3933 3663 6066 3296 3090 2770 4596 6454 5490 4381 5789 3347 3161 4627 13948 11078 11775 10837 7847 9391 13129 6483 9545 9849 8626 12730 6439 6903 5821 9711 13129 11329 9127 12171 1691 1536 2193 6915 5399 5739 5302 4058 4629 5667 3459 4407 5105 4429 6031 2811 3055 2716 4434 5947 5209 4283 5729 1428 1388 2022 6715 5330 5515 4511 2919 4175 4856 2661 3828 3307 3102 5520 3148 2594 2388 3746 5985 4851 3709 4963 3119 2924 4215 13630 10729 11254 9813 6977 8804 10523 6120 8235 8412 7531 11551 5959 5649 5104 8180 11932 10060 7992 10692 Boys 1646 1498 2122 6565 4995 5631 4993 3642 4666 5745 3096 3974 5006 4010 5441 2748 2785 2449 3734 5475 4981 3833 5395 CLASS-X Girls Total 1400 1292 1974 6504 5149 5025 3888 2732 4144 4989 2292 3271 3194 2560 4988 3078 2293 2228 3204 5361 4538 3479 4434 3046 2790 4096 13069 10144 10656 8881 6374 8810 10734 5388 7245 8200 6570 10429 5826 5078 4677 6938 10836 9519 7312 9829 CLASS-XI Boys Girls Total 3 10 18 12 11 26 11 8 7 15 5 6 11 9 37 19 9 6 7 16 7 16 4 3 0 14 4 13 27 0 2 5 8 2 2 1 4 15 13 7 1 4 2 6 8 2 143 6 10 32 16 24 53 11 10 12 23 7 8 12 13 52 32 16 7 11 18 13 24 6 416 Boys 5 19 16 14 17 14 12 9 10 16 2 4 7 4 39 37 4 9 7 7 12 8 10 282 CLASS-XII Girls Total 5 3 13 7 7 21 5 0 3 5 0 2 5 1 18 12 2 2 0 3 3 3 2 122 10 22 29 21 24 35 17 9 13 21 2 6 12 5 57 49 6 11 7 10 15 11 12 404

1 Srikakulam 2 Vizianagaram 3 Visakhapatnam 4 East Godavari 5 West Godavari 6 Krishna 7 Guntur 8 Prakasam 9 Nellore 10 Chittoor 11 Kadapa 12 Anantapur 13 Kurnool 14 Mahabubnagar 15 Ranga Reddy 16 Hyderabad 17 Medak 18 Nizamabad 19 Adilabad 20 Karimnagar 21 Warangal 22 Khammam 23 Nalagonda Andhra Pradesh

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Stage-Wise Enrolment -SC Sl. No. Name of the District Pre-Primary Boys 1 Srikakulam 2 Vizianagaram 3 Visakhapatnam 4 East Godavari 5 West Godavari 6 Krishna 7 Guntur 8 Prakasam 9 Nellore 10 Chittoor 11 Kadapa 12 Anantapur 13 Kurnool 14 Mahabubnagar 15 Ranga Reddy 16 Hyderabad 17 Medak 18 Nizamabad 19 Adilabad 20 Karimnagar 21 Warangal 22 Khammam 23 Nalagonda Andhra Pradesh 472 791 700 2024 796 1974 2663 112 353 5419 2522 869 2299 877 9256 3466 703 2094 2781 3319 3654 775 1532 Girls 395 684 683 1641 677 1789 2439 81 280 5043 2335 736 1787 571 7868 2974 576 1787 2298 2813 3053 584 1236 Total 867 1475 1383 3665 1473 3763 5102 193 633 10462 4857 1605 4086 1448 17124 6440 1279 3881 5079 6132 6707 1359 2768 CLASSES - I - V Boys 11262 12081 13704 42776 37017 42355 46480 41130 29545 34362 24225 28639 43608 38756 44918 21381 27815 19118 26892 36408 35154 22987 35203 Girls 10924 11859 13793 42762 37317 42316 45285 40320 28981 33851 23097 28503 40274 37110 43153 20837 27486 18840 25618 35580 34422 22554 34764 Total 22186 23940 27497 85538 74334 84671 91765 81450 58526 68213 47322 57142 83882 75866 88071 42218 55301 37958 52510 71988 69576 45541 69967 CLASSES - VI - VII Boys 4104 4199 5092 15655 13011 14891 14328 11307 11126 14023 8609 11613 14392 13652 16768 7239 10084 8028 11121 15607 13721 9473 14454 Girls 3893 3710 5161 15809 13133 13937 12545 9234 10228 12865 7398 10469 11206 10783 15722 7439 9053 7283 10799 15429 13138 8975 13454 Total 7997 7909 10253 31464 26144 28828 26873 20541 21354 26888 16007 22082 25598 24435 32490 14678 19137 15311 21920 31036 26859 18448 27908 CLASSES - VIII - X Boys 5121 4671 6682 20527 16042 17396 16342 12223 14234 18438 10154 13424 16027 13402 18136 8702 9653 8216 13283 18097 16029 12862 17506 Girls 4391 4204 6256 20120 15909 16289 13189 8975 12771 15948 7837 11601 10434 9325 16574 9522 7977 7386 11546 17800 14879 11569 15186 Total 9512 8875 12938 40647 31951 33685 29531 21198 27005 34386 17991 25025 26461 22727 34710 18224 17630 15602 24829 35897 30908 24431 32692 CLASSES - XI XII Boys Girls Total 8 29 34 26 28 40 23 17 17 31 7 10 18 13 76 56 13 15 14 23 19 24 14 8 3 27 11 20 48 5 2 8 13 2 4 6 5 33 25 9 3 4 5 9 11 4 265 16 32 61 37 48 88 28 19 25 44 9 14 24 18 109 81 22 18 18 28 28 35 18 820 Boys 20487 20951 25478 78958 66070 74642 77150 64660 54905 66823 42988 53676 74027 65810 79822 37322 47552 35362 51296 70112 64904 45322 67163 CLASSES - I - X Girls 19208 19773 25210 78691 66359 72542 71019 58529 51980 62664 38332 50573 61914 57218 75449 37798 44516 33509 47963 68809 62439 43098 63404 Total 39695 40724 50688 157649 132429 147184 148169 123189 106885 129487 81320 104249 135941 123028 155271 75120 92068 68871 99259 138921 127343 88420 130567 CLASSES - PP - XII Boys 20967 21771 26212 81008 66894 76656 79836 64789 55275 72273 45517 54555 76344 66700 89154 40844 48268 37471 54091 73454 68577 46121 68709 Girls 19611 20460 25920 80343 67056 74379 73463 58612 52268 67720 40669 51313 63707 57794 83350 40797 45101 35299 50265 71627 65501 43693 64644 Total 40578 42231 52132 161351 133950 151035 153299 123401 107543 139993 86186 105868 140051 124494 172504 81641 93369 72770 104356 145081 134078 89814 133353 2589078

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Classwise Enrolment - ST Sl. No. Name of the District Pre-Primary Boys 1 Srikakulam 2 Vizianagaram 3 Visakhapatnam 4 East Godavari 5 West Godavari 6 Krishna 7 Guntur 8 Prakasam 9 Nellore 10 Chittoor 11 Kadapa 12 Anantapur 13 Kurnool 14 Mahabubnagar 15 Ranga Reddy 16 Hyderabad 17 Medak 18 Nizamabad 19 Adilabad 20 Karimnagar 21 Warangal 22 Khammam 23 Nalagonda Andhra Pradesh 605 810 567 1065 236 374 1071 52 45 1207 557 341 550 973 4094 793 396 2282 2551 1010 3810 765 1283 Girls 527 799 496 1098 233 367 905 34 38 1115 541 285 436 545 3367 821 243 1910 2165 845 3212 535 904 Total 1132 1609 1063 2163 469 741 1976 86 83 2322 1098 626 986 1518 7461 1614 639 4192 4716 1855 7022 1300 2187 Boys 1689 3048 10140 2503 1412 1866 3783 2739 4131 1871 1371 1830 1395 8385 5185 1200 4346 3000 10463 2313 12444 10442 8158 CLASS-I Girls 1721 2973 10371 2422 1315 1913 3728 2516 3841 1848 1197 1703 1266 7860 4757 1102 4216 2875 9818 2265 11955 10134 7472 Total 3410 6021 20511 4925 2727 3779 7511 5255 7972 3719 2568 3533 2661 16245 9942 2302 8562 5875 20281 4578 24399 20576 15630 Boys 1583 3007 7671 2263 1309 1659 3287 2240 3692 1979 1209 1757 1299 5337 3864 1058 2613 2639 8215 1800 7032 8536 5349 CLASS-II Girls 1630 2941 7910 2370 1305 1687 3241 2169 3530 1825 1040 1673 1151 4786 3605 953 2634 2597 8173 1819 6902 8728 4817 Total 3213 5948 15581 4633 2614 3346 6528 4409 7222 3804 2249 3430 2450 10123 7469 2011 5247 5236 16388 3619 13934 17264 10166 Boys 1995 3618 7713 2410 1195 1574 2866 2069 2902 1775 1031 1454 1110 4829 3472 891 2390 2493 7028 1758 6297 7657 4930 CLASS-III Girls 1890 3055 6873 2349 1188 1538 2652 1784 2703 1597 894 1337 1247 3820 3262 870 2155 2374 6497 1670 5995 7539 4147 Total 3885 6673 14586 4759 2383 3112 5518 3853 5605 3372 1925 2791 2357 8649 6734 1761 4545 4867 13525 3428 12292 15196 9077 Boys 2027 3210 7313 2349 1058 1346 2487 1821 2685 1636 1015 1450 1085 4118 3263 858 2702 2592 6422 1573 6092 7460 4569 CLASS-IV Girls 1621 2887 6624 2297 1156 1363 2161 1514 2507 1566 845 1279 1020 3015 2656 758 1946 2317 5822 1499 5345 7412 3731 Total 3648 6097 13937 4646 2214 2709 4648 3335 5192 3202 1860 2729 2105 7133 5919 1616 4648 4909 12244 3072 11437 14872 8300 Boys 1856 3024 7039 2254 1198 1413 2426 1549 2538 1703 949 1366 1039 4186 3117 816 2239 2690 6593 1656 6199 8484 4850 CLASS-V Girls 1578 2784 6218 2259 1159 1397 2064 1334 2362 1606 859 1274 959 2847 2594 674 1718 2512 6029 1553 5556 8281 3740 Total 3434 5808 13257 4513 2357 2810 4490 2883 4900 3309 1808 2640 1998 7033 5711 1490 3957 5202 12622 3209 11755 16765 8590

25437 21421 46858 103714 99268 202982 79398 77486 156884 73457 67436 140893 69131 61341 130472 69184 61357 130541

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Classwise Enrolment - ST Sl.N o. Name of the District Boys 1 Srikakulam 2 Vizianagaram 3 Visakhapatnam 4 East Godavari 5 West Godavari 6 Krishna 7 Guntur 8 Prakasam 9 Nellore 10 Chittoor 11 Kadapa 12 Anantapur 13 Kurnool 14 Mahabubnagar 15 Ranga Reddy 16 Hyderabad 17 Medak 18 Nizamabad 19 Adilabad 20 Karimnagar 21 Warangal 22 Khammam 23 Nalagonda Andhra Pradesh 1641 2253 6116 2244 1087 1243 1724 939 1600 1417 756 1438 859 3691 3070 758 1724 2381 5759 1472 5830 8625 4639 CLASS-VI Girls 1497 1579 3861 2170 957 1064 1334 716 1504 1358 629 1403 812 2061 2173 659 1070 1714 4633 1311 4803 7859 3235 Total 3138 3832 9977 4414 2044 2307 3058 1655 3104 2775 1385 2841 1671 5752 5243 1417 2794 4095 10392 2783 10633 16484 7874 Boys 1626 1991 5771 2228 851 1025 1461 761 1217 1348 674 1555 879 3431 2972 704 1461 2149 5581 1297 5889 7953 4033 CLASS-VII Girls 1344 1576 4185 2384 874 853 1063 589 1113 1058 563 1212 692 1728 1865 610 702 1274 4610 1150 4470 7333 2678 Total 2970 3567 9956 4612 1725 1878 2524 1350 2330 2406 1237 2767 1571 5159 4837 1314 2163 3423 10191 2447 10359 15286 6711 CLASS-VIII Boys 1523 1689 4240 1709 720 807 1177 554 960 1096 568 1387 821 2461 2249 646 1182 1541 3858 1098 4276 7318 3212 Girls 1191 1280 2812 1833 804 694 756 384 818 943 419 1100 523 1119 1419 467 537 849 3100 881 3202 6574 1931 Total 2714 2969 7052 3542 1524 1501 1933 938 1778 2039 987 2487 1344 3580 3668 1113 1719 2390 6958 1979 7478 13892 5143 Boys 1269 1414 3521 1478 647 834 1191 479 810 863 436 1306 724 1975 1884 498 966 1306 2791 865 4010 6125 2755 CLASS-IX Girls 939 1179 2587 1651 650 554 704 336 687 663 386 1026 493 866 1114 447 364 754 2224 733 2622 5009 1702 Total 2208 2593 6108 3129 1297 1388 1895 815 1497 1526 822 2332 1217 2841 2998 945 1330 2060 5015 1598 6632 11134 4457 Boys 1300 1295 3248 1263 623 778 992 460 720 773 389 1235 685 1614 1523 483 793 1136 2255 848 3590 4600 2575 CLASS-X Girls 911 1006 2024 1266 677 475 553 320 661 650 374 965 419 644 773 374 251 582 1758 627 2166 3643 1348 CLASS-XI Total Boys Girls Total 2211 2301 5272 2529 1300 1253 1545 780 1381 1423 763 2200 1104 2258 2296 857 1044 1718 4013 1475 5756 8243 3923 2 8 6 6 14 21 3 0 5 5 0 2 1 4 6 5 4 3 10 1 3 12 6 0 0 9 0 10 9 1 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 3 4 2 0 2 0 4 4 0 54 2 8 15 6 24 30 4 2 7 7 0 2 1 4 9 9 6 3 12 1 7 16 6 181 Boys 2 18 10 2 12 8 2 3 2 8 2 1 1 4 3 7 2 3 5 1 3 13 6 118 CLASS-XII Girls 1 1 2 1 9 3 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 3 3 4 2 0 4 2 5 5 0 50 Total 3 19 12 3 21 11 3 4 3 10 2 1 1 7 6 11 4 3 9 3 8 18 6 168

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Stage-Wise Enrolment -ST Sl. No. Name of the District Pre-Primary Boys 1 Srikakulam 2 Vizianagaram 3 Visakhapatnam 4 East Godavari 5 West Godavari 6 Krishna 7 Guntur 8 Prakasam 9 Nellore 10 Chittoor 11 Kadapa 12 Anantapur 13 Kurnool 14 Mahabubnagar 15 Ranga Reddy 16 Hyderabad 17 Medak 18 Nizamabad 19 Adilabad 20 Karimnagar 21 Warangal 22 Khammam 23 Nalagonda Andhra Pradesh 605 810 567 1065 236 374 1071 52 45 1207 557 341 550 973 4094 793 396 2282 2551 1010 3810 765 1283 Girls 527 799 496 1098 233 367 905 34 38 1115 541 285 436 545 3367 821 243 1910 2165 845 3212 535 904 Total 1132 1609 1063 2163 469 741 1976 86 83 2322 1098 626 986 1518 7461 1614 639 4192 4716 1855 7022 1300 2187 CLASSES - I - V Boys 9150 15907 39876 11779 6172 7858 14849 10418 15948 8964 5575 7857 5928 26855 18901 4823 14290 13414 38721 9100 38064 42579 27856 Girls 8440 14640 37996 11697 6123 7898 13846 9317 14943 8442 4835 7266 5643 22328 16874 4357 12669 12675 36339 8806 35753 42094 23907 Total 17590 30547 77872 23476 12295 15756 28695 19735 30891 17406 10410 15123 11571 49183 35775 9180 26959 26089 75060 17906 73817 84673 51763 CLASSES - VI - VII Boys 3267 4244 11887 4472 1938 2268 3185 1700 2817 2765 1430 2993 1738 7122 6042 1462 3185 4530 11340 2769 11719 16578 8672 Girls 2841 3155 8046 4554 1831 1917 2397 1305 2617 2416 1192 2615 1504 3789 4038 1269 1772 2988 9243 2461 9273 15192 5913 Total 6108 7399 19933 9026 3769 4185 5582 3005 5434 5181 2622 5608 3242 10911 10080 2731 4957 7518 20583 5230 20992 31770 14585 CLASSES - VIII - X Boys 4092 4398 11009 4450 1990 2419 3360 1493 2490 2732 1393 3928 2230 6050 5656 1627 2941 3983 8904 2811 11876 18043 8542 Girls 3041 3465 7423 4750 2131 1723 2013 1040 2166 2256 1179 3091 1435 2629 3306 1288 1152 2185 7082 2241 7990 15226 4981 Total 7133 7863 18432 9200 4121 4142 5373 2533 4656 4988 2572 7019 3665 8679 8962 2915 4093 6168 15986 5052 19866 33269 13523 CLASSES - XI XII Boys Girls Total 4 26 16 8 26 29 5 3 7 13 2 3 2 8 9 12 6 6 15 2 6 25 12 1 1 11 1 19 12 2 3 3 4 0 0 0 3 6 8 4 0 6 2 9 9 0 104 5 27 27 9 45 41 7 6 10 17 2 3 2 11 15 20 10 6 21 4 15 34 12 349 CLASSES - I - X Boys 16509 24549 62772 20701 10100 12545 21394 13611 21255 14461 8398 14778 9896 40027 30599 7912 20416 21927 58965 14680 61659 77200 45070 Girls 14322 21260 53465 21001 10085 11538 18256 11662 19726 13114 7206 12972 8582 28746 24218 6914 15593 17848 52664 13508 53016 72512 34801 Total 30831 45809 116237 41702 20185 24083 39650 25273 40981 27575 15604 27750 18478 68773 54817 14826 36009 39775 111629 28188 114675 149712 79871 CLASSES - PP - XII Boys 17118 25385 63355 21774 10362 12948 22470 13666 21307 15681 8957 15122 10448 41008 34702 8717 20818 24215 61531 15692 65475 77990 46365 Girls 14850 22060 53972 22100 10337 11917 19163 11699 19767 14233 7747 13257 9018 29294 27591 7743 15840 19758 54835 14355 56237 73056 35705 Total 31968 47445 117327 43874 20699 24865 41633 25365 41074 29914 16704 28379 19466 70302 62293 16460 36658 43973 116366 30047 121712 151046 82070

25437 21421 46858 394884 366888 761772 118123 92328 210451 116417 83793 200210 245

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Sl. No. Name of the District Pre-Primary Boys 45 70 255 354 104 817 991 62 216 3609 1939 1075 3727 1602 7525 Girls 32 54 230 327 114 698 969 60 180 3110 1774 936 2808 1002 Total 77 124 485 681 218 1515 1960 122 396 6719 3713 2011 6535 2604 Boys 54 63 391 622 395 2100 3344 1758 2066 3937 5087 4014 7106 3852 7379 CLASS-I Girls 53 70 432 546 374 2053 3381 1751 1886 3655 4856 3992 7609 3691 6988 Total 107 133 823 1168 769 4153 6725 3509 3952 7592 9943 8006 14715 7543 14367 Boys 54 88 424 531 372 2184 3274 1758 2035 3842 4803 4101 6810 3077 6095 Classwise Enrolment - ALL CLASS-II CLASS-III Girls 50 57 401 528 416 2166 3526 1726 1958 3737 4892 4112 7496 3303 5893 Total 104 145 825 1059 788 4350 6800 3484 3993 7579 9695 8213 14306 6380 11988 38067 5754 8817 6658 4780 3227 1543 3055 Boys 50 73 397 517 367 2037 3108 1686 1862 3683 4465 3586 6397 2947 5560 Girls 53 63 382 544 406 2126 3260 1687 1844 3647 4533 3844 7037 3093 5340 Total 103 136 779 1061 773 4163 6368 3373 3706 7330 8998 7430 13434 6040 10900 36035 5550 8126 6110 4447 3209 1448 2975 Boys 44 59 422 464 356 1992 2935 1660 1773 3589 4308 3441 6215 2881 5138 CLASS-IV Girls 45 51 420 487 395 2020 3332 1732 1729 3599 4500 3509 6970 2991 4930 Total 89 110 842 951 751 4012 6267 3392 3502 7188 8808 6950 13185 5872 10068 34595 5234 8019 5576 4354 3212 1520 2828 Boys 31 60 373 489 377 2014 3102 1716 1827 3671 4232 3384 6034 2937 4894 CLASS-V Girls 46 91 375 488 441 2200 3578 1659 1811 3697 4529 3643 6979 3254 5130 Total 77 151 748 977 818 4214 6680 3375 3638 7368 8761 7027 13013 6191 10024 34026 5337 8667 5831 4427 3376 1452 3028

1 Srikakulam 2 Vizianagaram 3 Visakhapatnam 4 East Godavari 5 West Godavari 6 Krishna 7 Guntur 8 Prakasam 9 Nellore 10 Chittoor 11 Kadapa 12 Anantapur 13 Kurnool 14 Mahabubnagar 15 Ranga Reddy 16 Hyderabad 17 Medak 18 Nizamabad 19 Adilabad 20 Karimnagar 21 Warangal 22 Khammam 23 Nalagonda Andhra Pradesh

6579 14104

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18606 19461 2825 4330 3282 2294 1612 768 1456 2929 4487 3376 2486 1615 775 1599

17471 18564 2610 3923 3102 2198 1669 777 1475 2940 4203 3008 2249 1540 671 1500

16420 18175 2525 3912 2618 2121 1623 762 1378 2709 4107 2958 2233 1589 758 1450

16194 17832 2502 4055 2770 2185 1696 735 1524 2835 4612 3061 2242 1680 717 1504

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Sl.N o. Name of the District CLASS-VI Boys 52 113 388 542 390 1821 2664 1519 1643 3385 3744 2908 5093 2839 4507 Girls 44 102 396 570 430 1860 2829 1400 1726 3420 3760 3089 5172 3095 4391 Total 96 215 784 1112 820 3681 5493 2919 3369 6805 7504 5997 10265 5934 8898 33639 4595 7461 5362 3984 3101 1609 3294 Boys 39 97 368 482 338 1538 2329 1352 1440 3121 3469 2702 4574 2816 4466 CLASS-VII Girls 39 112 420 545 411 1760 2443 1343 1501 3220 3389 2907 4381 2921 4123 Total 78 209 788 1027 749 3298 4772 2695 2941 6341 6858 5609 8955 5737 8589 33166 4444 6698 5195 3972 3178 1400 3203 Boys 50 94 361 445 310 1251 2118 1178 1295 2731 2775 2168 3659 2192 3262 CLASS-VIII Girls 60 79 418 495 337 1373 2087 1085 1166 2475 2703 2294 3240 2466 3068 Classwise Enrolment - ALL CLASS-IX Total 110 173 779 940 647 2624 4205 2263 2461 5206 5478 4462 6899 4658 6330 Boys 29 82 319 452 277 1242 1843 1083 1153 2045 2580 2061 3122 2065 2866 Girls 20 90 399 453 315 1271 1777 972 1049 2032 2410 2138 2724 2212 2783 Total 49 172 718 905 592 2513 3620 2055 2202 4077 4990 4199 5846 4277 5649 Boys 23 98 294 385 261 1115 1672 995 1127 1992 2488 1738 3089 1855 2591 CLASS-X Girls 22 78 313 440 290 1191 1697 838 954 1824 2000 1910 2595 2064 2695 45 176 607 825 551 2306 3369 1833 2081 3816 4488 3648 5684 3919 5286 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 1 4 5 2 1 0 0 16 67 2 1 0 0 0 10 0 115 CLASS-XI Total Boys Girls Total 0 0 2 0 1 32 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 33 2 1 1 0 0 10 0 87 0 0 5 0 1 32 4 2 6 5 2 1 0 0 17 100 4 2 1 0 0 20 0 202 Boys 0 0 4 0 0 5 1 2 0 4 3 0 4 0 9 63 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 99 CLASS-XII Girls 0 0 4 0 1 20 0 1 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 40 2 0 0 0 0 6 0 78 Total 0 0 8 0 1 25 1 3 0 8 3 0 4 0 9 103 3 1 0 0 0 8 0 177

1 Srikakulam 2 Vizianagaram 3 Visakhapatnam 4 East Godavari 5 West Godavari 6 Krishna 7 Guntur 8 Prakasam 9 Nellore 10 Chittoor 11 Kadapa 12 Anantapur 13 Kurnool 14 Mahabubnagar 15 Ranga Reddy 16 Hyderabad 17 Medak 18 Nizamabad 19 Adilabad 20 Karimnagar 21 Warangal 22 Khammam 23 Nalagonda Andhra Pradesh

15735 17904 2346 3349 2550 1914 1492 790 1738 2249 4112 2812 2070 1609 819 1556

15446 17720 2175 3090 2475 1937 1570 674 1657 2269 3608 2720 2035 1608 726 1546

12436 15214 27650 11313 13951 25264 11391 13572 24963 1581 2356 1895 1727 1332 674 1381 1743 2841 2202 1896 1273 699 1272 3324 5197 4097 3623 2605 1373 2653 1400 2032 1746 1594 1248 627 1345 1476 2561 2073 1842 1291 611 1173 2876 4593 3819 3436 2539 1238 2518 1173 1850 1578 1417 1198 540 1234 1387 2305 1755 1753 1205 628 1152 2560 4155 3333 3170 2403 1168 2386

61522 65415 126937 58155 61747 119902 47271 50486 97757 42524 45623 88147 40104 42668 82772

MUSLIM STAGE-WISE ENROLMENT - 2006 - 07

Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Name of the District Boys Srikakulam Vizianagaram Visakhapatnam East Godavari West Godavari Krishna Guntur Prakasam Nellore 5223 5309 5726 6465 2301 4242 3368 182 743 13313 4370 3189 8853 6277 27375 10546 3886 9534 8630 13927 11890 2118 7336 Stage-Wise Enrolment - ALL Pre-Primary Girls 32 54 230 327 114 698 969 60 180 3110 1774 936 2808 1002 6579 14162 843 2183 1592 1794 1055 431 818 Total 5255 5363 5956 6792 2415 4940 4337 242 923 16423 6144 4125 11661 7279 33954 24708 4729 11717 10222 15721 12945 2549 8154 CLASSES - I - V Boys 233 343 2007 2623 1867 10327 15763 8578 9563 18722 22895 18526 32562 15694 29066 89614 14234 21134 15425 11349 8562 3992 7586 Girls 247 332 2010 2593 2032 10565 17077 8555 9228 18335 23310 19100 36091 16332 28281 94670 15382 22299 15971 11873 8303 3860 7677 Total 480 675 4017 5216 3899 20892 32840 17133 18791 37057 46205 37626 68653 32026 57347 184284 29616 43433 31396 23222 16865 7852 15263 CLASSES - VI - VII Boys 91 210 756 1024 728 3359 4993 2871 3083 6506 7213 5610 9667 5655 8973 31181 4521 6439 5025 3851 3062 1464 3395 Girls 83 214 816 1115 841 3620 5272 2743 3227 6640 7149 5996 9553 6016 8514 35624 4518 7720 5532 4105 3217 1545 3102 Total 174 424 1572 2139 1569 6979 10265 5614 6310 13146 14362 11606 19220 11671 17487 66805 9039 14159 10557 7956 6279 3009 6497 CLASSES - VIII - X Boys 102 274 974 1282 848 3608 5633 3256 3575 6768 7843 5967 9870 6112 8719 35140 4154 6238 5219 4738 3778 1841 3960 Girls 102 247 1130 1388 942 3835 5561 2895 3169 6331 7113 6342 8559 6742 8546 42737 4606 7707 6030 5491 3769 1938 3597 Total 204 521 2104 2670 1790 7443 11194 6151 6744 13099 14956 12309 18429 12854 17265 77877 8760 13945 11249 10229 7547 3779 7557 CLASSES - XI - XII Boys Girls Total 0 0 7 0 0 5 4 3 4 9 5 1 4 0 25 130 3 2 0 0 0 12 0 214 0 0 6 0 2 52 1 2 2 4 0 0 0 0 1 73 4 1 1 0 0 16 0 165 0 0 13 0 2 57 5 5 6 13 5 1 4 0 26 203 7 3 1 0 0 28 0 379 426 827 3737 4929 3443 17294 26389 14705 16221 31996 37951 30103 52099 27461 46758 CLASSES - I - X Boys Girls 432 793 3956 5096 3815 18020 27910 14193 15624 31306 37572 31438 54203 29090 45341 Total 858 1620 7693 10025 7258 35314 54299 28898 31845 63302 75523 61541 106302 56551 92099 328966 47415 71537 53202 41407 30691 14640 29317 CLASSES - PP - XII Boys 471 897 3999 5283 3547 18116 27384 14770 16441 35614 39895 31179 55830 29063 54308 Girls 464 847 4192 5423 3931 18770 28880 14255 15806 34420 39346 32374 57011 30092 51921 Total 935 1744 8191 10706 7478 36886 56264 29025 32247 70034 79241 63553 112841 59155 106229 359535 49373 76502 56857 45508 33118 15577 31112

10 Chittoor 11 Kadapa 12 Anantapur 13 Kurnool 14 Mahabubnagar 15 Ranga Reddy 16 Hyderabad 17 Medak 18 Nizamabad 19 Adilabad 20 Karimnagar 21 Warangal 22 Khammam 23 Nalagonda Andhra Pradesh

155935 173031 22909 33811 25669 19938 15402 7297 14941 24506 37726 27533 21469 15289 7343 14376

172269 187266 24020 36592 27731 22245 16774 7787 15918 25353 39910 29126 23263 16344 7790 15194

164803 41751 206554 360665 374123 734788 119677 127162 246839 129899 138777 268676

610241 640062 1250303 660133 681978 1342111

Teacher Pupil Ratio - 2006-07

Teacher Pupil Ratio Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Name of the District Srikakulam Vizianagaram Visakhapatnam East Godavari West Godavari Krishna Guntur Prakasam Nellore Chittoor Kadapa Anantapur Kurnool Mahabubnagar Ranga Reddy Hyderabad Medak Nizamabad Adilabad karimnagar Warangal Khammam Nalgonda TOTAL Primary Schools

Without Vidya Volunteers With Vidya Volunteers

Upper Primary Schools

Without Vidya Volunteers With Vidya Volunteers

High Schools

Without Vidya Volunteers Witht Vidya Volunteers

27 30 34 34 31 35 32 30 25 29 27 31 39 35 42 40 39 34 31 31 33 29 34

33

22 27 28 29 29 31 30 27 22 25 25 26 34 29 37 40 32 30 26 28 29 24 29 29

25 25 33 32 31 27 36 27 23 27 25 31 37 32 28 27 33 27 28 25 28 29 30 29

21 23 26 25 25 22 28 23 19 22 22 23 27 26 25 27 28 23 24 23 24 21 25 24

37 35 41 36 37 32 34 30 28 32 28 41 35 33 29 27 35 33 35 29 29 36 32 32

31 32 33 30 31 28 32 27 26 27 26 32 31 29 27 27 32 28 29 26 27 30 28 29

Gross Enrolment Ratio-ALL 2006-07

Sl. No. Gross Enrolment Ratio Name of the District 6-10 Years Boys 92.28 99.25 85.55 79.60 68.96 75.98 72.48 93.92 85.76 89.64 102.00 92.09 114.82 116.13 142.20 108.00 108.81 106.77 120.77 103.25 108.22 94.53 104.21 97.21 Girls 89.02 95.48 87.06 81.47 71.74 78.44 74.16 95.76 85.13 88.27 101.15 94.31 113.95 113.95 141.40 117.35 110.04 103.01 118.12 101.57 108.17 95.30 104.29 97.54 Total 90.65 97.37 86.30 80.52 70.34 77.19 73.31 94.82 85.45 88.96 101.58 93.17 114.39 115.06 141.81 112.49 109.41 104.89 119.46 102.42 108.19 94.91 104.25 97.37 Boys 78.49 73.74 72.41 68.55 63.83 65.53 58.36 65.34 69.82 81.53 83.34 81.59 85.68 91.69 121.05 88.72 90.39 95.07 101.91 96.48 96.80 87.35 95.55 82.24 11 - 12 Years Girls 74.65 67.45 69.44 72.57 66.43 66.30 56.24 60.50 68.35 79.00 80.02 82.41 74.37 78.52 116.03 101.99 85.88 90.00 97.52 97.87 94.82 87.16 91.32 80.16 Total 76.57 70.61 70.95 70.53 65.12 65.91 57.32 62.98 69.10 80.29 81.72 81.99 80.17 85.25 118.64 95.07 88.18 92.53 99.74 97.16 95.83 87.26 93.49 81.22 Boys 60.50 56.42 57.70 56.19 53.16 51.01 45.18 49.21 55.54 67.35 66.58 62.19 62.38 62.91 90.59 71.01 61.59 66.34 74.08 77.49 77.18 71.05 76.40 63.54 13 - 15 Years Girls 55.29 50.33 52.99 59.75 56.03 50.80 41.33 41.51 52.77 62.40 60.82 61.48 47.30 49.81 87.51 85.17 54.97 61.39 67.88 76.80 72.80 67.54 69.64 60.16 Total 57.91 53.40 55.39 57.94 54.57 50.90 43.30 45.47 54.19 64.93 63.78 61.85 55.07 56.54 89.11 77.75 58.37 63.88 71.04 77.15 75.05 69.34 73.12 61.89

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

Srikakulam Vizianagaram Visakhapatnam East Godavari West Godavari Krishna Guntur Prakasam Nellore Chittoor Kadapa Anantapur Kurnool Mahabubnagar Ranga Reddy Hyderabad Medak Nizamabad Adilabad karimnagar Warangal Khammam Nalgonda TOTAL

Source: Registrar General, India, Ministry of Home Affairs Government of India, New Delhi - May, 2006

Drop - Out Rate 2006-07 - ALL

Drop - Out Rate 2005-06 I - VII CLASSES Boys Girls 32.55 39.50 38.11 40.32 37.18 30.45 45.40 54.84 36.03 18.33 29.67 32.51 48.95 60.00 32.46 13.52 58.65 54.64 47.87 36.41 55.26 28.11 46.88 42.14 37.00 44.96 41.61 37.69 33.84 32.34 50.78 60.70 37.22 23.58 34.13 34.73 58.37 64.44 35.18 6.98 61.43 53.91 51.16 31.44 57.22 30.95 50.23 44.32

Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Srikakulam Vizianagaram

District Boys 10.43 22.49 25.26 14.01 19.86 6.16 28.20 27.00 21.39 9.08 19.50 16.81 27.42 44.18 25.94 27.72 46.71 34.91 27.77 26.44 41.00 19.71 33.76 TOTAL 26.76

I - V CLASSES Girls 10.76 22.54 28.62 9.19 15.41 5.96 30.22 28.94 21.64 7.70 17.09 17.03 33.86 48.95 25.03 24.07 47.87 34.17 27.75 25.80 41.67 21.63 36.48 27.32

Total 10.59 22.52 26.95 11.63 17.66 6.06 29.21 27.97 21.51 8.41 18.33 16.92 30.63 46.56 25.50 25.92 47.29 34.55 27.76 26.12 41.33 20.67 35.12 27.04

Total 34.76 42.25 39.87 39.01 35.52 31.39 48.13 57.77 36.62 20.94 31.88 33.61 53.60 62.11 33.77 10.26 60.01 54.29 49.50 34.01 56.23 29.53 48.52 43.22

Boys 57.98 64.15 56.47 63.06 61.38 58.71 66.82 72.73 65.52 47.08 52.47 57.26 66.44 75.92 52.13 26.77 74.46 66.31 72.64 60.65 65.63 68.51 67.32 62.99

I - X CLASSES Girls 63.65 70.05 62.01 62.43 60.45 60.91 71.31 79.05 69.14 54.34 59.37 60.62 73.96 77.85 53.81 20.30 76.07 64.45 74.92 59.57 68.68 69.39 70.55 65.33

Total 60.85 67.15 59.21 62.74 60.91 59.81 69.07 75.87 67.35 50.72 55.87 58.92 69.99 76.78 52.94 23.53 75.21 65.45 73.75 60.13 67.11 68.93 68.87 64.13

Visakhapatnam East Godavari West Godavari Krishna Guntur Prakasam Nellore Chittoor Kadapa Anantapur Kurnool Mahabubnagar Ranga Reddy Hyderabad Medak Nizamabad Adilabad karimnagar Warangal Khammam Nalgonda

Drop - Out Rate 2006-07 - SC

Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Name of the District Boys Srikakulam Vizianagaram Visakhapatnam East Godavari West Godavari Krishna Guntur Prakasam Nellore 9.40 21.42 17.28 15.77 21.71 14.01 29.06 28.91 17.79 7.04 18.32 14.84 28.68 41.76 30.62 35.88 50.78 37.38 23.38 32.19 40.39 18.06 34.39 TOTAL 27.73 I - V CLASSES Girls 8.54 16.42 14.30 11.06 17.40 13.32 32.58 32.94 15.32 7.10 19.03 13.34 36.45 48.88 31.61 34.82 47.87 37.34 18.33 28.72 39.82 16.68 36.17 27.99 Drop - Out Rate 2005-06 I - VII CLASSES Boys Girls Total 30.54 38.43 35.65 40.07 45.85 41.33 53.67 61.81 31.96 18.20 34.79 34.76 51.63 59.46 43.39 31.56 64.69 55.60 41.08 40.33 57.58 24.60 47.08 46.20 37.09 45.25 31.72 40.01 43.73 45.66 58.97 68.64 36.90 25.19 44.23 40.74 63.28 66.62 44.82 29.65 67.71 57.29 44.11 38.05 58.72 28.09 51.62 49.84 33.83 41.87 33.70 40.04 44.80 43.47 56.32 65.20 34.40 21.66 39.54 37.72 57.38 62.89 44.09 30.61 66.18 56.42 42.59 39.21 58.15 26.34 49.37 48.00 I - X CLASSES Girls 64.21 71.22 59.84 66.12 67.89 69.97 78.76 84.36 70.15 56.81 69.29 67.56 76.82 82.68 67.03 35.68 81.52 70.02 74.83 66.58 73.74 68.04 75.04 71.43

Total 8.98 18.97 15.80 13.46 19.61 13.66 30.82 30.92 16.57 7.07 18.67 14.09 32.56 45.38 31.10 35.36 49.34 37.36 20.96 30.49 40.11 17.37 35.28 27.86

Boys 55.74 63.79 55.62 64.86 68.49 67.11 72.85 79.27 65.02 48.81 61.44 60.61 68.06 77.99 65.34 44.23 79.80 70.97 71.98 68.19 71.91 66.01 70.60 68.27

Total 60.09 67.66 57.76 65.50 68.19 68.53 75.80 81.81 67.64 52.87 65.22 64.08 72.15 80.09 66.17 40.02 80.61 70.53 73.37 67.42 72.81 67.01 72.78 69.82

10 Chittoor 11 Kadapa 12 Anantapur 13 Kurnool 14 Mahabubnagar 15 Ranga Reddy 16 Hyderabad 17 Medak 18 Nizamabad 19 Adilabad 20 karimnagar 21 Warangal 22 Khammam 23 Nalgonda

Drop - Out Rate 2005-06 - ST

Sl. Name of the District No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Srikakulam Vizianagaram Visakhapatnam East Godavari West Godavari Krishna Guntur Prakasam Nellore Drop - Out Rate 2006-07 I - VII CLASSES Boys Girls Total 60.19 44.26 60.22 55.46 61.82 56.60 69.34 78.89 77.84 47.01 50.19 34.04 51.50 74.77 63.88 30.67 78.11 73.37 66.96 61.86 72.94 43.24 70.22 64.67 66.11 55.92 70.15 51.43 58.78 64.99 77.33 82.32 78.03 58.23 54.38 44.56 59.97 84.84 74.23 36.47 87.46 82.49 72.51 63.20 79.47 48.93 78.53 71.25 63.11 50.11 65.11 53.46 60.32 60.87 73.31 80.53 77.93 52.60 52.19 39.11 55.64 79.36 68.72 33.49 82.38 77.70 69.72 62.50 76.20 46.12 74.21 67.87

Boys 28.38 23.49 54.93 31.64 35.90 34.22 48.45 53.01 56.49 22.75 33.03 24.17 29.99 59.68 50.19 45.25 69.84 48.51 37.62 50.12 61.56 32.90 53.32 48.40

I - V CLASSES Girls 37.24 32.04 61.23 25.99 36.69 32.90 57.58 56.70 56.39 26.07 31.40 25.92 33.68 71.87 57.56 52.51 76.67 55.31 45.17 55.58 66.30 35.62 64.10 54.38

Total 32.74 27.83 58.13 28.92 36.29 33.57 53.06 54.79 56.44 24.40 32.26 25.02 31.81 65.68 53.83 48.78 73.25 52.03 41.47 52.92 63.95 34.27 58.72 51.39

Boys 54.63 73.42 73.59 74.54 74.98 73.09 82.40 88.50 90.68 73.95 70.49 55.94 71.04 86.33 77.47 49.21 85.88 81.04 88.15 79.58 81.45 78.78 82.77 80.19

I - X CLASSES Girls 66.25 78.76 81.25 74.92 72.70 81.63 89.12 91.61 91.12 76.63 66.12 62.35 77.58 91.31 85.38 56.37 92.39 84.69 90.36 81.02 86.77 80.41 87.68 84.08

Total 60.27 76.06 77.18 74.73 73.84 77.12 85.60 90.02 90.90 75.24 68.50 59.01 73.92 88.25 80.92 52.60 88.29 82.46 89.23 80.22 83.88 79.53 84.84 81.96

10 Chittoor 11 Kadapa 12 Anantapur 13 Kurnool 14 Mahabubnagar 15 Ranga Reddy 16 Hyderabad 17 Medak 18 Nizamabad 19 Adilabad 20 karimnagar 21 Warangal 22 Khammam 23 Nalgonda TOTAL

Transition Rate - 2006-2007

Enrolment in 2005-06 Enrolment in 2006-07 BOYS GIRLS TOTAL Trasition Rate BOYS GIRLS TOTAL

Class

BOYS GIRLS TOTAL

I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X

829756 713498 719382 735409 744653 715001 658193 575223 530391 485109

801798 698889 704405 718745 725387 664615 605496 512490 469193 418756

1631554 849300 1412387 757800 1423787 704538 1454154 696975 1470040 728176 1379616 696002 1263689 680069 1087713 586543 999584 540322 903865 505868

813747 746531 683850 674235 708085 655686 634465 535900 486364 450292

1663047 1504331 1388388 1371210 1436261 1351688 1314534 1122443 1026686 956160 91.33 98.74 96.89 99.02 93.47 95.11 89.11 93.93 95.38 93.11 97.85 95.72 98.52 90.39 95.46 88.51 94.90 95.97 92.20 98.30 96.31 98.77 91.95 95.28 88.82 94.39 95.66

Name of the Sl.No Dist 1 Srikakulam 2 Vizianagaram 3 Visakhapatnam 4 Eastgodawari 5 Westgodawari 6 Krishna 7 Guntur 8 PrakAsam 9 Nellore 10 Chittoor 11 Cuddapah 12 Anantapur 13 Kurnool 14 Mahabubnagar 15 Ranga Reddy 16 Hyderabad 17 Medak 18 Nizamabad 19 Adilabad 20 Karimnagar 21 Warangal 22 Khammam 23 Nalgoda Andhra Pradesh

VIIth CLASS COMMON EXAMINATION RESULTS APRIL-2006 Number Appeared Number Passed Pass Percentage Boys Girls Total Boys Girls Total Boys Girls Total 20920 19255 40175 19375 17863 37238 92.61 92.77 92.69 16930 14329 31259 15538 13030 28568 91.78 90.93 91.39 30103 26878 56981 28325 25072 53397 94.09 93.28 93.71 33534 34794 68328 31992 33157 65149 95.40 95.30 95.35 22955 24045 47000 22406 23494 45900 97.61 97.71 97.66 27540 25260 52800 26964 24885 51849 97.91 98.52 98.20 24711 22183 46894 22710 20788 43498 91.90 93.71 92.76 20564 17455 38019 18611 16301 34912 90.50 93.39 91.83 18595 17233 35828 17432 16195 33627 93.75 93.98 93.86 35817 31970 67787 30838 27973 58811 86.10 87.50 86.76 21540 19160 40700 21460 19109 40569 99.63 99.73 99.68 27275 25829 53104 22385 21586 43971 82.07 83.57 82.80 28592 21963 50555 26667 19738 46405 93.27 89.87 91.79 28995 24515 53510 28269 23291 51560 97.50 95.01 96.36 40108 36576 76684 39870 35759 75629 99.41 97.77 98.62 33893 34675 68568 32221 32974 65195 95.07 95.09 95.08 23808 21338 45146 22909 20669 43578 96.22 96.86 96.53 21053 19183 40236 20070 18270 38340 95.33 95.24 95.29 24542 22659 47201 24227 22455 46682 98.72 99.10 98.90 34437 32936 67373 33501 32273 65774 97.28 97.99 97.63 32373 29883 62256 30754 28916 59670 95.00 96.76 95.85 25139 23020 48159 22707 21160 43867 90.33 91.92 91.09 32961 28490 61451 32417 28114 60531 98.35 98.68 98.50 626385 573629 1200014 591648 543072 1134720 94.45 94.67 94.56

VII Examination Results For Regular Candidates April-2007 Number Appeared Number Passed Pass Percentage S.no District Boys Girls Total Boys Girls Total Boys Girls Total 1 Srikakulam 20245 18754 38999 19299 17836 37135 95.33 95.11 95.22 2 Vizianagaram 16700 15006 31706 15645 14030 29675 93.68 93.50 93.59 3 Visakhapatnam 26332 25019 51351 24710 23457 48167 93.84 93.76 93.80 4 East Godavari 33387 35227 68614 31534 33294 64828 94.45 94.51 94.48 5 West Godavari 23106 23635 46741 22582 23133 45715 97.73 97.88 97.80 6 Krishna 26945 25928 52873 26202 25185 51387 97.24 97.13 97.19 7 Guntur 25474 24100 49574 21014 20248 41262 82.49 84.02 83.23 8 Prakasam 20676 17682 38358 19017 16625 35642 91.98 94.02 92.92 9 Nellore 18440 17556 35996 17666 16939 34605 95.80 96.49 96.14 10 Chittoor 32678 29906 62584 30476 28247 58723 93.26 94.45 93.83 11 Kadapa 22265 20365 42630 21490 19684 41174 96.52 96.66 96.58 12 Anantapur 31916 29537 61453 27900 26128 54028 87.42 88.46 87.92 13 Kurnool 29095 23165 52260 27652 22152 49804 95.04 95.63 95.30 14 Mahabubnagar 35007 28089 63096 34079 26962 61041 97.35 95.99 96.74 15 Ranga Reddy 44386 40434 84820 42855 39312 82167 96.55 97.23 96.87 16 Hyderabad 33275 35541 68816 31777 34018 65795 95.50 95.71 95.61 17 Medak 25998 23925 49923 25368 23540 48908 97.58 98.39 97.97 18 Nizamabad 23453 22066 45519 22263 21206 43469 94.93 96.10 95.50 19 Adilabad 26404 24791 51195 25986 24503 50489 98.42 98.84 98.62 20 Karimnagar 36910 36801 73711 36321 36391 72712 98.40 98.89 98.64 21 Warangal 35016 32643 67659 33178 31157 64335 94.75 95.45 95.09 22 Khammam 23399 22361 45760 21095 20449 41544 90.15 91.45 90.79 23 Nalagonda 32445 29309 61754 31604 28665 60269 97.41 97.80 97.60 Andhra Pradesh 643552 601840 1245392 609713 573161 1182874 94.74 95.23 94.98

SSC EXAMINATION RESULTS - MARCH - 2007

Sl.No

1

Name of the District

2

Number Appeared Boys Girls Total

3 4 5

Number Passed Boys Girls Total

6 7 8

Pass Percentage Boys Girls Total

9 10 11

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

Srikakulam Vizianagaram Visakhapatnam East Godavari West Godavari Krishna Guntur Prakasam Nellore Chittoor Cuddapah Anantapur Kurnool Mahabubnagar Ranga Reddy Hyderabad Medak Nizamabad Adilabad Karimnagar Warangal Khammam Nalgonda

15793 12836 22521 28185 20300 22181 20138 15731 15700 25292 18254 22515 22532 22229 32783 26187 16601 15506 17640 27452 26752 17352 26365 490845

13963 10947 19212 28894 20779 20765 17632 12072 14203 22138 14919 20109 15491 16529 29414 28624 14349 14200 15290 26382 23033 15414 21618 435977

29756 23783 41733 57079 41079 42946 37770 27803 29903 47430 33173 42624 38023 38758 62197 54811 30950 29706 32930 53834 49785 32766 47983 926822

10725 9839 16746 21280 17329 16522 14804 11118 11447 17765 12598 11929 16017 17781 21034 15900 10583 12984 14698 22353 19690 12502 15435 351079

8453 7901 13832 21556 18013 15512 13104 8744 10086 15863 10353 10857 11203 13262 19263 18095 9500 11940 12842 21628 16949 11122 12950 313028

19178 17740 30578 42836 35342 32034 27908 19862 21533 33628 22951 22786 27220 31043 40297 33995 20083 24924 27540 43981 36639 23624 28385 664107

67.91 76.65 74.36 75.50 85.36 74.49 73.51 70.68 72.91 70.24 69.02 52.98 71.09 79.99 64.16 60.72 63.75 83.74 83.32 81.43 73.60 72.05 58.54 71.53

60.54 72.18 72.00 74.60 86.69 74.70 74.32 72.43 71.01 71.66 69.39 53.99 72.32 80.23 65.49 63.22 66.21 84.08 83.99 81.98 73.59 72.16 59.90 71.80

64.45 74.59 73.27 75.05 86.03 74.59 73.89 71.44 72.01 70.90 69.19 53.46 71.59 80.09 64.79 62.02 64.89 83.90 83.63 81.70 73.59 72.10 59.16 71.65

Andhra Pradesh

ANDHRA PRADESH AT A GLANCE

CHARACTERISTIC

REFERENCE YEAR

Unit

1 Area 2 Districts 3 Revenue Mandals 4 Gram Panchayats 5 No.of Villages Inhabited Un-inhabited 6 Towns 7 Population 8 Males 9 Females 10 Females per 1000 males 11 Rural Population 12 Urban Population 13 S.C. Population 14 S.T. Population 15 Density of Population 16 Growth Rate 17 Literacy Rate 18 Male Literacy Rate 19 Female Literacy Rate

2001 Census " " " "

'000 Sq Kms.

275 23 1128 21176 28,123 26,613 1,510

Number " " "

" 2001 Census " " " " " " " " 1991-2001 2001 Census " "

" Lakhs " " Number Lakhs " " " Per Sq Km. % " " "

210 762.10 385.27 376.83 978 554.01 208.09 123.39 50.24 277 14.59 60.47 70.32 50.43

District - Wise Area , No. of Mandals , Revenue Villages , Density and Growth Rate 2001 - Census

S.No. District

Area (in '000 Sq.Km) 5.80 6.50 11.20 10.80 7.70 8.70 11.40 17.60 13.10 15.20 15.40 19.10 17.70 18.40 7.50 0.20 9.70 8.00 16.10 11.80 12.90 16.00 14.20 275.00

No. of Mandals 38 34 43 60 46 50 57 56 46 66 51 63 54 64 37 16 45 36 52 57 51 46 59 1127

No. of Villages 1814 1524 3294 1379 883 986 717 1083 1192 1518 954 952 913 1550 923 1254 918 1729 1092 1071 1229 1148 28123

Density 436 345 338 451 493 485 386 174 203 246 167 191 198 191 468 18432 274 293 154 295 250 160 228 275

Growth rate (1991 - 2001) 8.93 6.36 15.36 7.3 7.92 14.05 7.27 10.72 11.18 14.54 13.48 14.31 18.14 13.97 37.41 17.18 17.29 14.98 19.06 14.47 14.63 15.78 13.55 13.86

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

Srikakulam Vizianagaram Visakhapatnam East Godavari West Godavari Krishna Guntur Prakasam Nellore Chittoor Cuddapah Anantapur Kurnool Mahabubnagar Ranga Reddy Hyderabad Medak Nizamabad Adilabad Karimnagar Warangal Khammam Nalgonda Andhra Pradesh

DISTRICT WISE TOTAL,SC & ST POPULATION-2001 CENSUS

DT Code 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 TOTAL POPULATION Name of the District Male Srikakulam Vizianagaram Visakhapatnam East Godavari West Godavari Krishna Guntur Prakasam Nellore Chittoor Cuddapah Anantapur Kurnool Mahbubnagar Rangareddy Hyderabad Medak Nizamabad Adilabad Karimnagar Warangal Khammam Nalgonda 1260020 1119541 1930197 2459640 1910038 2117401 2250279 1552332 1344935 1889690 1318093 1859588 1796214 1782340 1839227 1981173 1352446 1162905 1250958 1747968 1644895 1305543 1651990 Female 1277573 1129713 1902139 2441780 1893479 2070440 2214865 1507091 1323629 1856185 1283704 1780890 1733280 1731594 1735837 1848580 1317651 1182780 1237045 1743854 1601109 1273384 1595992 37682594 Total 2537593 2249254 3832336 4901420 3803517 4187841 4465144 3059423 2668564 3745875 2601797 3640478 3529494 3513934 3575064 3829753 2670097 2345685 2488003 3491822 3246004 2578927 3247982 76210007 Male 113730 119116 146813 442325 367155 378329 414712 330531 295649 353437 207302 263291 320496 304628 263576 154759 235715 170201 231793 325829 279917 216747 291960 6228011 Female 115879 118907 144406 439325 361808 368503 403293 320967 291508 348883 202190 251605 308141 296299 256469 152489 233777 177957 229421 324417 271468 209945 283828 6111485 Total 229609 238023 291219 881650 728963 746832 818005 651498 587157 702320 409492 514896 628637 600927 520045 307248 469492 348158 461214 650246 551385 426692 575788 12339496 9.05 10.58 7.60 17.99 19.17 17.83 18.32 21.29 22.00 18.75 15.74 14.14 17.81 17.10 14.55 8.02 17.58 14.84 18.54 18.62 16.99 16.55 17.73 16.19 SC POPULATION %to tot Male 75284 106079 278399 95234 47887 55201 106101 60670 123554 65048 31643 65722 36097 143115 75054 17862 68966 83135 209586 45807 235451 344027 178373 2548295 Female 75965 108760 279173 96327 48772 52410 102056 57571 118703 63037 29728 61439 33538 135587 71003 16698 65567 82600 206925 44829 222228 338590 164303 2475809 Total 151249 214839 557572 191561 96659 107611 208157 118241 242257 128085 61371 127161 69635 278702 146057 34560 134533 165735 416511 90636 457679 682617 342676 5024104 5.96 9.55 14.55 3.91 2.54 2.57 4.66 3.86 9.08 3.42 2.36 3.49 1.97 7.93 4.09 0.90 5.04 7.07 16.74 2.60 14.10 26.47 10.55 6.59 ST POPULATION %to tot

TOTAL 38527413 Source: CENSUS OF INDIA 2001.

Distribution of Population and Sex Ratio

2001 - Census

Total S.No. Name of the District Male 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Adilabad Nizamabad Karimnagar Medak Hyderabad Rangareddi Mahbubnagar Nalgonda Warangal Khammam Srikakulam Vizianagaram Visakhapatnam East Godavari West Godavari Krishna Guntur Prakasam Nellore Cuddapah Kurnool Anantapur Chittoor Female Total Sex Ratio Male Female Total Sex Ratio Male Female Total Sex Ratio Rural Urban

1250958 1162905 1747968 1352446 1981173 1839227 1782340 1651990 1644895 1305543 1260020 1119541 1930197 2459640 1910038 2117401 2250279 1552332 1344935 1318093 1796214 1859588 1889690

1237045 1182780 1743854 1317651 1848580 1735837 1731594 1595992 1601109 1273384 1277573 1129713 1902139 2441780 1893479 2070440 2214865 1507091 1323629 1283704 1733280 1780890 1856185

2488003

989

915067 947773 1402279 1155418 0 834579 1592325 1429458 1328589 1047248

912919 973174 1410731 1131155 0 802648 1550254 1385846 1294203 1020818 1137514 921952 1151525 1864416 1514930 1405279 1574617 1275582 1026213 992867 1331425 1329010 1456785

1827986

998

335891 215132 345689 197028 1981173

324126 209606 333123 186496 1848580 933189 181340 210146 306906 252566 140059 207761 750614 577364 378549 665161 640248 231509 297416 290837 401855 451880 399400

660017 424738 678812 383524 3829753 1937837 371355 432678 623212 510861 278659 412395 1530899

965 974 964 947 933 929 954 944 970 978 1011 1015 962

2345685 1017 3491822 2670097 3829753 3575064 3513934 3247982 3246004 2578927 998 974 933 944 972 966 973 975

1920947 1027 2813010 1006 2286573 0 1637227 3142579 2815304 2622792 2068066 962 974 969 974 975 979

1004648 190015 222532 316306 258295 138600 204634 780285 574521 372338 678286 645512 235859 301627 296916 415609 467683 411630

2537593 1014 1121420 2249254 1009 3832336 4901420 3803517 4187841 4465144 3059423 2668564 2601797 3529494 3640478 3745875 985 993 991 978 984 971 984 974 965 958 982 914907 1149912 1885119 1537700 1439115 1604767 1316473 1043308 1021177 1380605 1391905 1478060

2258934 1014 1836859 1008 2301437 1001 3749535 3052630 2844394 3179384 2592055 2069521 2014044 2712030 2720915 2934845 989 985 976 981 969 984 972 964 955 986

1151885 1005 750887 1343447 1285760 467368 599043 587753 817464 919563 811030 1017 981 992 982 986 980 967 966 970

ANDHRA PRADESH 38527413 37682594 76210007

978 27937204 27463863 55401067 983 10590209 10218731 20808940 965

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Population of Scheduled Caste and Percentage of S.C. Population to Total Population

2001 - Census Total S.No. Name of the District Male 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Adilabad Nizamabad Karimnagar Medak Hyderabad Rangareddi Mahbubnagar Nalgonda Warangal Khammam Srikakulam Vizianagaram Visakhapatnam East Godavari West Godavari Krishna Guntur Prakasam Nellore Cuddapah Kurnool Anantapur Chittoor Female Total % of Sc Male Female Total % of Sc Male Female Total % of Sc Rural Urban

231793 170201 325829 235715 154759 263576 304628 291960 279917 216747 113730 119116 146813 442325 367155 378329 414712 330531 295649 207302 320496 263291 353437

229421 177957 324417 233777 152489 256469 296299 283828 271468 209945 115879 118907 144406 439325 361808 368503 403293 320967 291508 202190 308141 251605 348883

461214 348158 650246 469492 307248 520045 600927 575788 551385 426692 229609 238023 291219 881650 728963 746832 818005 651498 587157 409492 628637 514896 702320

18.54 14.84 18.62 17.58 8.02 14.55 17.10 17.73 16.99 16.55 9.05 10.58 7.60 17.99 19.17 17.83 18.32 21.29 22.00 15.74 17.81 14.14 18.75 16.19

177064 154067 283722 217035 0 170916 289694 266585 239397 180305 102146 95012 83117 375282 324593 320021 343715 303760 259532 181745 261552 223445 311786

175962 161568 282803 214827 0 166120 281819 259413 231739 173878 103422 94111 81289 370889 317991 309342 332885 294138 255345 176899 250109 212508 307861

353026 315635 566525 431862 0 337036 571513 525998 471136 354183 205568 189123 164406 746171 642584 629363 676600 597898 514877 358644 511661 435953 619647

19.31 16.43 20.14 18.89

54729 16134 42107 18680 154759

53459 16389 41614 18950 152489 90349 14480 24415 39729 36067 12457 24796 63117 68436 43817 59161 70408 26829 36163 25291 58032 39097 41022

108188 32523 83721 37630 307248 183009 29414 49790 80249 72509 24041 48900 126813 135479 86379 117469 141405 53600 72280 50848 116976 78943 82673

16.39 7.66 12.33 9.81 8.02 9.44 7.92 11.51 12.88 14.19 8.63 11.86 8.28 11.76 11.50 8.74 11.00 11.47 12.07 8.65 14.31 8.58 10.19 10.19

20.59 18.19 18.68 17.96 17.13 9.10 10.30 7.14 19.90 21.05 22.13 21.28 23.07 24.88 17.81 18.87 16.02 21.11 18.45

92660 14934 25375 40520 36442 11584 24104 63696 67043 42562 58308 70997 26771 36117 25557 58944 39846 41651

ANDHRA PRADESH 6228011 6111485 12339496

5164491 5054918 10219409

1063520 1056567 2120087

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Population of Scheduled Tribe and Percentage of S.T. Population to Total Population

2001 - Census Total S.No. Name of the District Male 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Adilabad Nizamabad Karimnagar Medak Hyderabad Rangareddi Mahbubnagar Nalgonda Warangal Khammam Srikakulam Vizianagaram Visakhapatnam East Godavari West Godavari Krishna Guntur Prakasam Nellore Cuddapah Kurnool Anantapur Chittoor Female Total % of ST Male Female Total % of ST Male Female Total % of ST Rural Urban

209586 83135 45807 68966 17862 75054 143115 178373 235451 344027 75284 106079 278399 95234 47887 55201 106101 60670 123554 31643 36097 65722 65048

206925 82600 44829 65567 16698 71003 135587 164303 222228 338590 75965 108760 279173 96327 48772 52410 102056 57571 118703 29728 33538 61439 63037

416511 165735 90636 134533 34560 146057 278702 342676 457679 682617 151249 214839 557572 191561 96659 107611 208157 118241 242257 61371 69635 127161 128085

16.74 7.07 2.60 5.04 0.90 4.09 7.93 10.55 14.10 26.47 5.96 9.55 14.55 3.91 2.54 2.57 4.66 3.86 9.08 2.36 1.97 3.49 3.42 6.59

199504 80951 41071 66696 0 61282 140249 169163 228572 323588 73994 102962 268258 90152 43985 45507 86953 50972 107999 27449 30076 57641 56915

197027 80659 40459 63412 0 58499 133309 157743 215837 318139 74763 105671 270350 91437 44878 43204 83506 48144 103265 25738 28164 53816 54964

396531 161610 81530 130108 0 119781 273558 326906 444409 641727 148757 208633 538608 181589 88863 88711 170459 99116 211264 53187 58240 111457 111879

21.69 8.41 2.90 5.69

10082 2184 4736 2270 17862

9898 1941 4370 2155 16698 12504 2278 6560 6391 20451 1202 3089 8823 4890 3894 9206 18550 9427 15438 3990 5374 7623 8073

19980 4125 9106 4425 34560 26276 5144 15770 13270 40890 2492 6206 18964 9972 7796 18900 37698 19125 30993 8184 11395 15704 16206

3.03 0.97 1.34 1.15 0.90 1.36 1.39 3.64 2.13 8.00 0.89 1.50 1.24 0.87 1.04 1.41 2.93 4.09 5.17 1.39 1.39 1.71 2.00 1.81

7.32 8.70 11.61 16.94 31.03 6.59 11.36 23.40 4.84 2.91 3.12 5.36 3.82 10.21 2.64 2.15 4.10 3.81 8.39

13772 2866 9210 6879 20439 1290 3117 10141 5082 3902 9694 19148 9698 15555 4194 6021 8081 8133

ANDHRA PRADESH 2548295 2475809 5024104

2353939 2292984 4646923

194356 182825 377181

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LITERACY RATE-2001 CENSUS

DT Code 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Name of the District Male 67.19 62.37 69.68 70.00 78.05 74.39 71.22 69.35 73.67 77.62 75.83 68.38 65.96 56.63 75.26 83.74 64.33 64.91 64.98 67.09 68.88 66.11 69.23 70.32 ALL Female 43.68 39.91 50.12 60.94 68.99 63.19 53.74 45.08 56.38 55.78 49.54 43.34 40.03 31.89 56.49 73.50 38.66 39.48 40.30 42.75 45.09 47.44 44.68 50.43 LITERACY RATE SC Male Female Total 63.94 42.09 52.88 59.99 38.61 49.31 70.87 52.98 61.99 65.97 56.29 61.14 73.28 64.16 68.75 69.76 57.81 63.87 67.17 49.12 58.26 65.13 40.29 52.9 68.22 50.24 59.27 70.87 49 59.99 67.75 40.42 54.25 55.9 32.48 44.48 59.04 31.95 45.77 44.72 20.11 32.58 62.63 40.83 51.89 77.25 61.48 69.4 51.38 28.18 39.81 53.15 28.68 40.57 59.89 35.24 47.6 57.68 35.26 46.47 62.26 38.97 50.8 63.24 43.29 53.43 63.6 37.38 50.68 63.51 43.35 53.52 ST Female 30.61 26.21 22.67 38.91 45.96 35.78 27.59 28.96 32.77 35.83 30.1 30.89 28.7 13.33 22.09 45.67 14.26 16.47 26.88 22.14 22.44 27.57 20.13 26.11

Srikakulam Vizianagaram Visakhapatnam East Godavari West Godavari Krishna Guntur Prakasam Nellore Chittoor Cuddapah Anantapur Kurnool Mahabubnagar Rangareddy Hyderabad Medak Nizamabad Adilabad Karimnagar Warangal Khammam Nalgonda TOTAL Source: CENSUS OF INDIA 2001.

Total 55.31 51.07 59.96 65.48 73.53 68.85 62.53 57.38 65.08 66.77 62.83 56.13 53.22 44.41 66.16 78.80 51.65 52.02 52.68 54.90 57.13 56.89 57.15 60.47

Male 53.32 44.6 45.98 50.36 55.87 51.3 46.59 46.87 41.9 52.78 51.7 57.22 55.75 37.58 46.3 64.52 41.06 44.99 52.32 46.04 45.76 47.97 49.12 47.66

Total 41.92 35.28 34.34 44.6 50.86 43.75 37.28 38.15 37.42 44.44 41.2 44.52 42.73 25.76 34.53 55.38 28.08 30.71 39.68 34.23 34.43 37.85 35.22 37.04

District-wise Growth in Literacy Rates

Male Sl. No. District 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Srikakulam Vizianagaram Visakhapatnam East Godavari West Godavari Krishna Guntur Prakasam Nellore % Increase 18.05 16.44 13.55 14.68 18.3 13.85 14.7 16.21 15.27 15.01 12.69 12.46 12.72 15.83 14.83 4.84 19.18 17.58 19.94 16.12 16.9 16.07 18.7 15.19

1991-2001 Census

Total % Increase 20.16 17.44 15.52 18.68 22.01 17.65 17.89 18.02 19.39 19.34 17.19 15.73 13.99 13.86 19.58 9.94 19.41 18.13 19.7 19.38 19.01 16.91 19.76 17.71 % Increase 19.09 16.88 14.45 16.69 20.16 15.69 16.19 17.08 17.32 17.02 14.71 13.95 13.25 14.83 17.09 7.28 19.24 17.84 19.72 17.73 17.83 16.39 19.15 16.38

Female

1991 49.14 45.93 56.13 55.32 59.75 60.54 56.54 53.14 58.4 62.61 63.14 55.92 53.24 40.8 60.43 78.9 45.15 47.33 45.04 50.97 51.98 50.04 50.53 55.13

2001

67.19 62.37 69.68 70 78.05 74.39 71.24 69.35 73.67 77.62 75.83 68.38 65.96 56.63 75.26 83.74 64.33 64.91 64.98 67.09 68.88 66.11 69.23 70.32

1991 23.52 22.47 34.6 42.26 46.98 45.54 35.85 27.06 36.99 36.44 32.35 27.61 26.04 18.03 36.91 63.56 19.25 21.35 20.6 23.37 26.08 30.53 24.92 32.72

2001

43.68 39.91 50.12 60.94 68.99 63.19 53.74 45.08 56.38 55.78 49.54 43.34 40.03 31.89 56.49 73.5 38.66 39.48 40.3 42.75 45.09 47.44 44.68 50.43

1991 36.22 34.19 45.51 48.79 53.37 53.16 46.35 40.3 47.76 49.75 48.12 42.18 39.97 29.58 49.07 71.52 32.41 34.18 32.96 37.17 39.3 40.5 38 44.09

2001

55.31 51.07 59.96 65.48 73.53 68.85 62.54 57.38 65.08 66.77 62.83 56.13 53.22 44.41 66.16 78.8 51.65 52.02 52.68 54.9 57.13 56.89 57.15 60.47

10 Chittoor 11 Cuddapah 12 Ananthapur 13 Kurnool 14 Mahabubnagar 15 Ranga Reddy 16 Hyderabad 17 Medak 18 Nizamabad 19 Adilabad 20 Karimnagar 21 Warangal 22 Khammam 23 Nalgonda

ANDHRA PRADESH

District-wise Rural and Urban Literacy Rates (2001 Census ) Rural Sl.N o. District

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Srikakulam Vizianagaram Visakhapatnam East Godavari West Godavari Krishna Guntur Prakasam Nellore Chittoor Cuddapah Anantapur Kurnool Mahbubnagar Rangareddi Hyderabad Medak Nizamabad Adilabad Karimnagar Warangal Khammam Nalgonda 60.73 61.39 59.55 63.05 64.07 61.31 66.15 65.35 33.86 34.54 33.04 37.58 39.11 41.74 40.57 43.5 47.42 47.71 46.27 50.23 51.73 51.65 53.54 54.5

Urban Total

52.93 46.08 47.55 62.22 71.84 64.7 58.1 54.45 61.38 63 59.97 51.56 48.94 40.7 52.56

Total Total

74.26 72.71 78.16 75.92 80.34 77.58 73.42 73.32 77.68 80.24 72.62 69.5 67.07 74.89 77.34 78.8 76.46 71.4 69.88 73.9 79.17 77.56 80.2 76.09

Male

65.05 57.93 58.67 66.64 76.33 70.51 67.39 67.01 70.62 74.7 73.86 64.65 62.72 53.28 64.58

Female

41.06 34.37 36.46 57.76 67.29 58.76 48.66 41.52 52.02 51.18 45.73 37.85 34.67 27.84 40.05

Male

84.1 81.77 85.49 80.87 85.07 82.59 80.72 82.2 84.06 87.94 82.58 79.36 76.45 83.77 83.88 83.74 85.1 80.23 79.29 83.17 88.49 85.1 88.55 83.19

Female

64.58 63.85 70.55 71.02 75.71 72.5 66.09 64.3 71.24 72.33 62.5 59.29 57.37 65.59 70.28 73.5 67.32 62.37 60.17 64.31 69.59 69.86 71.33 68.74

Male

67.19 62.37 69.68 70 78.05 74.39 71.24 69.35 73.67 77.62 75.83 68.38 65.96 56.63 75.26 83.74 64.33 64.91 64.98 67.09 68.88 66.11 69.23 70.32

Female

43.68 39.91 50.12 60.94 68.99 63.19 53.74 45.08 56.38 55.78 49.54 43.34 40.03 31.89 56.49 73.5 38.66 39.48 40.3 42.75 45.09 47.44 44.68 50.43

Total

55.31 51.07 59.96 65.48 73.53 68.85 62.54 57.38 65.08 66.77 62.83 56.13 53.22 44.41 66.16 78.8 51.65 52.02 52.68 54.9 57.13 56.89 57.15 60.47

ANDHRA PRADESH

All Age group Population 2006-07

Males Females Total Males Females Total 1 Srikakulam 125714 126051 251765 54720 54568 109288 2 Vizianagaram 111698 111462 223160 48620 48253 96873 3 Visakhapatnam 192578 187673 380251 83825 81245 165070 4 East Godavari 245401 240916 486317 106818 104294 211112 5 West Godavari 190567 186818 377385 82950 80875 163825 6 Krishna 211255 204278 415533 91955 88433 180388 7 Guntur 224513 218528 443041 97726 94602 192328 8 Prakasam 154878 148696 303574 67415 64371 131786 9 Nellore 134186 130595 264781 58408 56535 114943 10 Chittoor 188536 183139 371675 82066 79282 161348 11 Cuddapah 131508 126656 258164 57243 54830 112073 12 Anantapur 185533 175710 361243 80759 76066 156825 13 Kurnool 179210 171013 350223 78006 74032 152038 14 Mahbubnagar 177826 170846 348672 77404 73960 151364 15 Rangareddi 183502 171265 354767 79874 74142 154016 16 Hyderabad 197664 182389 380053 86039 78957 164996 17 Medak 134935 130005 264940 58734 56280 115014 18 Nizamabad 116024 116698 232722 50503 50519 101022 19 Adilabad 124809 122052 246861 54327 52837 107164 20 Karimnagar 174397 172056 346453 75911 74484 150395 21 Warangal 164113 157972 322085 71435 68387 139822 22 Khammam 130255 125637 255892 56697 54389 111086 23 Nalgonda 164821 157467 322288 71743 68169 139912 Total 3843923 3717922 7561845 1673178 1609510 3282688 Source: Registrar General, India, Ministry of Home Affairs Government of India, New Delhi - May, 2006 Sl. NO. Name of the District 6_10 Age Population 11_12 Age Population 13_15 Age Population Males 84042 74672 128742 164056 127398 141229 150092 103539 89706 126041 87916 124033 119806 118880 122675 132142 90207 77565 83438 116588 109713 87079 110186 2569745 Females 82987 73382 123556 158609 122994 134488 143870 97895 85978 120571 83385 115680 112588 112478 112754 120077 85590 76829 80354 113274 104002 82714 103670 2447725 Total 167029 148054 252298 322665 250392 275717 293962 201434 175684 246612 171301 239713 232394 231358 235429 252219 175797 154394 163792 229862 213715 169793 213856 5017470

SC Age group Population - 2006 - 07

Sl. NO. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Name of the District 6_10 Age Population Males Females Total 11_12 Age Population Males Females Total 9888 10252 12544 37974 31399 32170 35236 28063 25291 30251 17639 22181 27080 25885 22401 13234 20222 14993 19865 28007 23751 18380 24802 531508 13_15 Age Population Males 7586 7945 9792 29503 24489 25234 27661 22046 19720 23574 13827 17561 21377 20318 17580 10322 15722 11352 15460 21732 18670 14457 19473 415401 Females 7527 7724 9380 28537 23502 23937 26196 20849 18935 22662 13134 16343 20016 19247 16659 9905 15185 11559 14902 21073 17634 13637 18436 396979 Total 15113 15669 19172 58040 47991 49171 53857 42895 38655 46236 26961 33904 41393 39565 34239 20227 30907 22911 30362 42805 36304 28094 37909 812380

Srikakulam 11347 11433 22780 4939 4949 Vizianagaram 11884 11732 23616 5173 5079 Visakhapatnam 14648 14248 28896 6376 6168 East Godavari 44131 43346 87477 19209 18765 West Godavari 36631 35697 72328 15945 15454 Krishna 37746 36358 74104 16430 15740 Guntur 41376 39791 81167 18010 17226 Prakasam 32977 31668 64645 14354 13709 Nellore 29497 28761 58258 12840 12451 Chittoor 35263 34422 69685 15349 14902 Cuddapah 20683 19949 40632 9003 8636 Anantapur 26269 24824 51093 11434 10747 Kurnool 31976 30402 62378 13919 13161 Mahbubnagar 30393 29234 59627 13229 12656 Rangareddi 26297 25304 51601 11447 10954 Hyderabad 15440 15045 30485 6721 6513 Medak 23518 23065 46583 10237 9985 Nizamabad 16981 17558 34539 7392 7601 Adilabad 23126 22636 45762 10066 9799 Karimnagar 32508 32008 64516 14150 13857 Warangal 27928 26784 54712 12156 11595 Khammam 21625 20714 42339 9413 8967 Nalgonda 29129 28004 57133 12679 12123 Total 621373 602983 1224356 270471 261037 Source: Registrar General, India, Ministry of Home Affairs Government of India, New Delhi.

ST Age group Population - 2006-07

6_10 Age Population 11_12 Age Population Sl. Name of the District NO. Males Females Total Males Females Total 1 Srikakulam 7511 7495 15006 3269 3245 6514 2 Vizianagaram 10584 10731 21315 4607 4645 9252 3 Visakhapatnam 27776 27544 55320 12090 11924 24014 4 East Godavari 9502 9504 19006 4136 4114 8250 5 West Godavari 4778 4812 9590 2080 2083 4163 6 Krishna 5507 5171 10678 2397 2239 4636 7 Guntur 10586 10069 20655 4608 4359 8967 8 Prakasam 6053 5680 11733 2635 2459 5094 9 Nellore 12327 11712 24039 5366 5070 10436 10 Chittoor 6490 6219 12709 2825 2692 5517 11 Cuddapah 3157 2933 6090 1374 1270 2644 12 Anantapur 6557 6062 12619 2854 2624 5478 13 Kurnool 3601 3309 6910 1568 1432 3000 14 Mahbubnagar 14279 13378 27657 6215 5791 12006 15 Rangareddi 7488 7002 14490 3259 3033 6292 16 Hyderabad 1782 1647 3429 776 713 1489 17 Medak 6881 6469 13350 2995 2801 5796 18 Nizamabad 8294 8150 16444 3610 3528 7138 19 Adilabad 20911 20416 41327 9102 8838 17940 20 Karimnagar 4570 4423 8993 1989 1915 3904 21 Warangal 23491 21926 45417 10225 9492 19717 22 Khammam 34324 33407 67731 14940 14462 29402 23 Nalgonda 17796 16211 34007 7746 7018 14764 Total 254245 244270 498515 110666 105747 216413 Source: Registrar General, India, Ministry of Home Affairs Government of India, New Delhi. 13_15 Age Population Males 5021 7075 18569 6352 3194 3682 7077 4047 8241 4339 2111 4384 2408 9546 5006 1191 4600 5545 13979 3055 15704 22946 11897 169969 Females 4934 7065 18134 6257 3168 3404 6629 3740 7711 4095 1931 3991 2179 8807 4612 1085 4259 5365 13441 2912 14435 21994 10673 160821 Total 9955 14140 36703 12609 6362 7086 13706 7787 15952 8434 4042 8375 4587 18353 9618 2276 8859 10910 27420 5967 30139 44940 22570 330790

DISTRICT WISE HINDUS,MUSLIMS AND CHRISTIANS POPULATION- 2001 CENSUS

DT Code 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Name of the District Srikakulam Vizianagaram Visakhapatnam East Godavari West Godavari Krishna Guntur Prakasam Nellore Chittoor Cuddapah Anantapur Kurnool Mahbubnagar Rangareddy Hyderabad Medak Nizamabad Adilabad Karimnagar Warangal Khammam Nalgonda TOTAL HINDUS Male 1248138 1102399 1857328 2386844 1800050 1887978 1934043 1434535 1201601 1699225 1105980 1648485 1481444 1620072 1576012 1097629 1180556 979163 1109301 1627008 1535398 1218145 1546716 34278050 Female 1264949 1112142 1830952 2365165 1780157 1841226 1900161 1391146 1181100 1669653 1075592 1576671 1428738 1573860 1487106 1024334 1153613 1004112 1098542 1624826 1493139 1187921 1493496 33558601 Total 2513087 2214541 3688280 4752009 3580207 3729204 3834204 2825681 2382701 3368878 2181572 3225156 2910182 3193932 3063118 2121963 2334169 1983275 2207843 3251834 3028537 2406066 3040212 67836651 Male 3853 7647 36905 35320 39543 134294 245622 98896 125016 173781 195693 198063 291577 150762 210248 817394 151898 171621 119869 107898 89841 69726 86772 3562239 MUSLIMS Female 3906 7825 34764 35136 39505 131323 242217 96741 123660 169184 191207 191138 280827 146213 198033 759189 144588 167203 116975 105913 87376 67913 83781 3424617 Total 7759 15472 71669 70456 79048 265617 487839 195637 248676 342965 386900 389201 572404 296975 408281 1576583 296486 338824 236844 213811 177217 137639 170553 6986856 Male 6766 7518 30443 32865 67397 89926 64839 16101 15412 13665 14168 10251 19865 9280 45680 45541 17495 7966 7247 10116 16220 15505 16053 580319 CHRISTIANS Female 7433 7977 31784 37135 70966 92688 66874 16573 16181 14672 14810 10519 20716 9520 44213 47374 17156 8238 7504 10460 17134 15272 16399 601598 Total 14199 15495 62227 70000 138363 182614 131713 32674 31593 28337 28978 20770 40581 18800 89893 92915 34651 16204 14751 20576 33354 30777 32452 1181917 Male 1263 1977 5521 4611 3048 5203 5775 2800 2906 3019 2252 2789 3328 2226 7287 20609 2497 4155 14541 2946 3436 2167 2449 106805 OTHERS Female 1285 1769 4639 4344 2851 5203 5613 2631 2688 2676 2095 2562 2999 2001 6485 17683 2294 3227 14024 2655 3460 2278 2316 97778 Total 2548 3746 10160 8955 5899 10406 11388 5431 5594 5695 4347 5351 6327 4227 13772 38292 4791 7382 28565 5601 6896 4445 4765 204583 Male 1260020 1119541 1930197 2459640 1910038 2117401 2250279 1552332 1344935 1889690 1318093 1859588 1796214 1782340 1839227 1981173 1352446 1162905 1250958 1747968 1644895 1305543 1651990 38527413 TOTAL Female 1277573 1129713 1902139 2441780 1893479 2070440 2214865 1507091 1323629 1856185 1283704 1780890 1733280 1731594 1735837 1848580 1317651 1182780 1237045 1743854 1601109 1273384 1595992 37682594 Total 2537593 2249254 3832336 4901420 3803517 4187841 4465144 3059423 2668564 3745875 2601797 3640478 3529494 3513934 3575064 3829753 2670097 2345685 2488003 3491822 3246004 2578927 3247982 76210007

Source: CENSUS OF INDIA 2001.

RULE 5(1) OF INFORMATION ACT, 2005 THE NAMES DESIGNATIONS AND OTHER PARTICULARS OF THE PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICERS PARTICULARS OF PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICERS/ASSISTANT PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICRS/APPELLATE AUTHORITIES UNDER CONTROL OF DIRECTOR OF SCHOOL EDUCATION ANDHRA PRADESH, HYDERABAD Sl.No. Nmae of the Office Public Information Officders Smt.Pronoti Suhasini Kavoori, Additional Director © O/o Director of School Education, A.P.Hyderabad 23231943 Assistant Public iNformation Officers Smt.K.Jayashree, Asst.Director, O/o Director of School Education, A.P.(P&C) O/o the Director of School Education, A.P.Hyderabad 23236355(O) Appellate Authority Sri S.Balasubramanyam, I.A.S., Director of Schoosl Education, Andhra Pradesh, Saifabad, Hyderabad04. 9849909191 (O) 23232343 Sri A.Ananda Kishore, SCERT, Near L.B.Stadium, Hyderabad01. 23243191 (O)

1 Director of School Education, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad

2 Director, SCERT, Sri P.parasuram, Sri Md.Yousuf, Adminstrative Andhra Pradesh, Professor, H.No.5-1-277, Officer, 18-8-244/D/26/1, Moinbagh, Edi Bazar, Hyderabad Ist Floor Old, Hyderabad 23243191 Ghasmandi, (0))55305210 ( R) Secunderabad 23243191(O) 55218135 ® 3 Regional Joint Director of School Education, Kakinada 4 Regional Joint Director of School Education, Guntur 5 Regional Joint Director of School Education, Kadapa 6 Regional Joint Director of School Education, Warangal 7 Regional Joint Director of School Education, Hyderababad Sri Nookaraju, Asst. Director O/o RJDSE, Kakinada Plot No.C6, Bhanti Apartments, Ramaraopeta, Kakinada.2370762 (O) Sri Ch.Bhaskar Rao, Asst.Director, O/o the RJDSE, Guntur. 2230359 (O)

Sro G.Gopal Reddy, Sri Satyanarayana Murthy, Suptd., Dwarakanagar, Near RJDSE, Kakinada 98499 09150 Atchutapuram, Kakinada2370762 (O)

Sri P.Chowdeswara Rao, , Suptd., O/o the RJDSE, Guntur. 2230359 (O)

Sri C.A.V.Prasad, RJDSE, Guntur - 98499 09149

Sri S.Srinivasa Rao, AD Sri K.Ramakrishna, Suptd., O/o RJDSE, Kadapa O/o the RJDSE, Kadapa 9440212788

Sri S.V.Sharma, FAC, RJDSE, Kadapa 98499 09148

Sri Saleem Ahmed Sri N.Ch.Hayagreva Chary, Khan, Asst.Director, O/o Suptd,, O/o RJDSE, RJdSe, Warangal Warangal 2577924 (O) 2577924 (O) 98852605655 Sri Malla Reddy, Asst.Director, O/o the RJDSE, Hyderabad Sri Gopal, Superintendent, O/o the RJDSE, Hyderabad #6-4-30, Gateway Colony, Vanastalipuram, Hyderabad 27563104 (O) 55181300 ®

Sri R.Jesupadama, RJDSE, Warangal 9849909148

Sri A. Satyanrayana Reddy, RJDSE, Hyderabad 98499 09147

8 District Educational Officer, Srikakulam 9 District Educational Officer, Vizianagaram 10 District Educational Officer, Visakhapatnam 11 District Educational Officer, East Godavari, Kakinada 12 District Educational Officer, West Godavari, Eluru 13 District Educational Officer, Krishna, Machilipatnam 14 District Educational Officer, Guntur

A.Saibabu, A.D., O/o D.E.O.Srikakulam 9949993701

Sri T.Mohan Rao, Suptd., O/o Sri Dr.Jaleel Saheb, D.E.O.Srikakulam 220161 D.E.O.Srikakulam 98499 09101 / 220161 N.Franlin (FAC), District Educational Officer, Vizianagaram 98499 09102 M.R.Prasannakumar, District Educational Officer, Visakhapatnam 98499 09103 Sri P.Parvathi, District Educatioal Officer, East Godavari, Kakinada 98499 09104 98499 09234 Sri G.Benerji, District Educational Officer (FAC) West Godavari, Eluru 98499 09105 98499 09235

Smt.B.Rama Devi, A.D. Sri Sudershan Rao, Suptd, O/o the District Educational O/o the District Officer, Visakhapatnam Educational Officer, Vizianagaram 9849909232 M.Raj Kumar, A.D. O/o Sri D.V.Rama Rao, Suptd, the District Educational O/o the District Educational Officer, Visakhapatnam Officer, Visakhapatnam 98499 09233 Sri P.Venkaiah, A.D., Opp.SRMT Office, Salipet, Kakinada 98499 09234 Sri N.V.Ravi Sagar, Suptd., O/o the District Educational Officer, Kakinada, East Godavari 0884 2379328

Sri Ch.Venkata Sri K.S.Prakasa Rao, Suptd., Subbaiah, A.D. O/o the O/o the District Educational District Educational Officer, West Godavari Officer, W.G.Eluru 98499 98499 09235 09235 Sri M.Butchappa, A.D. O/o the District Educational Officer, Krishna 9849909236 Sri D.Venkatachalam, A.D. O/o the District Educational Officer, Guntur 0863-2234793 98499 09237 Sri H.Ramesh Babu, A.D. O/o the District Educational Officer, Prakasam 9949550658 Sri S.Gopal Krishna, A.D. O/o District Educational Officer, Nellore 9949510951

Sri G.Nookaraju, Suptd., O/o Sri D.V.Krishna Vinayak, the District Educational District Educational Officer, Officer, Krishna-252946 Krishna, Machilipatnam 98499 09106 9849909236 Sri P.V.J.Rama Rao, Suptd., Sri M.Ramalingam, District O/o D.E.O.Guntur 2234793 Educational Officer, Guntur (0) 9849909107, 9849909237

15 District Educational Officer, Prakasam 16 District Educational Officer, Nellore

Sri R.Rajasekhar, Suptd., O/o Sri P.R.Mallikarjuna District Educational Officer, Sastry, District Educational Prakasam Officer,Prakasam 9849909108, 9849909238 Sri T.Karunakar, Suptd., O/o Sri V.S.Bhargava, District District Educational Educational Officer, Officer,Nellore Nellore Sri G.A.Hemanath, District Educational Officer, Kadapa 98499 09111 9849909241

17 District Sri G.Udayagiri, A.D. O/o Sri A.Ramanjaneyulu, Suptd., Educational the District Educational O/o District Educational Officer, Chittoor Officer, Chittoor Officer, Chittoor 9849909240

18 District Sri Md.Basha, A.D. O/o Sri A.DibbalammaSuptd., O/o Sri G.A.Hemanath, District Educational District Educational the District Educational Educational Officer, FAC Officer, Kadapa Officer, Kadapa Officer, Kadapa 9849909241 98499 09110 9849909240 9849909241

19 District Educational Officer, Anantapur

Sri Jeelani Pasha, Suptd., Y.V.Chalapathi, A.D., Sri Abdul Hameed, District O/o District Educational O/o the District Educational Officer, Officer, Anantapur 274347 (0) Anantapur 9849909112 Educational Officer, Anantapur 9849909242 9849909242 Sri B.Laxmi Reddy, Suptd., O/o District Educational Officer, Krunool Sri A.Krishna Rao, District Educational Officer, Kurnool 9849909113 9849909243 Sri T.Chengaiah,District Educational Officer, Mahabubnagar 9849909114

20 District Sri D.Bhavani Prasad, Educational AD., O/o the District Officer, Kurnool Educational Officer, Kurnool 9849909243 21 District Educational Officer, Mahabubnagar 22 District Educational Officer, Ranga Reddy 23 District Educational Officer, Hyderabad

Sri K.Pentaiah, A.D. O/o Sri V.Venkateswarlu, Suptd., the District Educational O/o District Educational Officer,Mahabubnagar Officer,Mahabubnagar Smt.G.Bharathi Devi, A.D., O/o District Educational Officer, Ranga Reddy 9849909245 Sri Khader Mohiuddin, A.D. O/o District Educational Officer, Hyderabad 9849909246

Sri Ch.Ramana Kumar, Sri P.Sudhakar, Suptd., O/o District Educational Officer, the District Educational Ranga Reddy 9849909115 Officer, Ranga Reddy 9849909245 C.Venkatesam, Suptd. O/o the District Educational Officer, Hyderabad Smt.B.Mallamma, District Educational Officer, Hyderabad 9849909116 9849909246

24 District Sri Y.Anjaneyulu, A.D. Educational O/o the District Officer, Medak at Educational Officer, Sangareddy Medak at Sanga Reddy, 9849909247 25 District Educational Officer, Nizamabad 26 District Educational Officer, Adilabad 27 District Educational Officer, Karimnagar 28 District Educational Officer, Warangal 29 District Educational Officer, Khammam 30 District Educational Officer, Nalgonda

Sri P.Lakshma Reddy, Sri J.Vijaya Kumar, Suptd., District Educational Officer, O/o District Educational Medak 9849909117 Officer, Medak 9849909247

Sri S.Achutha Rao, A.D. Sri G.Venkata Subbaiah, Sri Narsimha, Suptd, O/o O/o the District District Educational Officer, District Educational Officer, Educational Officer, Nizamabad 9849909118 Nizamabad Nizamabad 9849909248 9849909248 Sri V.Damodar, Asst.Director, O/o the District Educational Officer, Adilabad Sri P.B.Narsinga Rao, Sri R.Gangaiah, Suptd., O/o District Educational Officer, the District Edcuational Adilabad 9849909119 Officer, Adilabad 9849909249

E.Indra Reddy, A.D., O/o Sri M.D.Rafiq, Suptd., O/o the R.Surender Reddy, District the District Educational District Educational Officer, Educational Officer, Officer, Karimangar Karimnagar Karimnagar 9849909250 9849909250 Sri P.Laxmipathi, A.D. Sri P.Venkateswarlu, Suptd, O/o District Educational O/o the District Educational Officer,.Warangal Officer, Warangal 9849909251 Sri T.Lingaiah, District Educational Officer, Warangal 9849909121 9849909251

Sri A.Kareem, AD., O/o Sri N.Rameswara Raj, Sri R.Raghunath, Suptd., O/o the District Educational District Educational Officer, District Educational Officer, Khammam 9849909122 Officer, Khammam Khammam 9849909252 9849909252 Sri K.Krishna Reddy, A.D. O/o District Educational Officer, Nalgonada 9849909253 Sri V.N.Mastanaiah, Sri K.VijayaKumar, Suptd., District Educational Officer, O/o the District Educational Nalgonda. 9849909123 Officer, Nalgonda 98499909253

In all the High Schools the public information officer is Head Mster of respective schools and Senior Most School Assistant is Assistant Public information officer and Deputy Educational Officer is the appellate authority. : In all Upper Primary Schools and Primary Schools the Headmasters of the respective schools are publici nformation oficers and senior most school Assistant /SGT is the APIO of the respecdtive School and Mandal Educational Officer is the appellate authority. RULE 19 (1) OF INFORMATION ACT, 2005 Appeals received and disposed by Appellate Authority i.e., Director of School Education as on 30th September, 2007 No. of Appeals received: No. of Appeals disposed; No. of Appeals pending 8 5 3

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