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 A brief note on the activities of the Department:

SSC Results March 2020: Action Plan for improvement of results and academic Standards:A 60 day action plan is being implemented in all high schools from 15.11.2019 to 12.02.2020.Digital content for class X in all subjects prepared and distributed to all the high schools keeping in view below average students and this content was distributed to all high schools to show the videos to the students through K-Yans.Headmasters are conducting parents meetings for every 15 days and reviewing the performance of their wards.Continuous monitoring by the MEOs, Nodal Headmasters (mandals where there are no MEOs)

Sri. Kari C S Phani, Superintendent ‘A’ wing

Sri. K.Suresh Kumar, Superintendent ‘B’ wing

Allotment of Sections to the staff of O/o District Educational Officer
S.NO Section Name of the Employee Subjects

1.        

A1

Sri. P.Varun, Sr.Asst

1.       Preparation of pay bills and drawal and disbursement of salaries to the staff

2.       Maintains cash books of all types, UD pay registers

3.       Permanent advance register, passing of contingent bills

4.       Sanction of all types of advances, GPF advance and PF withdrawals

5.       Preparation of AC bills and watching of DC bills

6.       Maintenance of office stationery

7.       Reconciliation of departmental expenditure

8.       AG audit paras

9.       Release of budget for payment of Govt. Schools Rents to the sub offices and schools

10.    Release of budget to the Govt. Part time sweepers

11.    Preparation of number statement budget estimates and revised estimates and plan expenditure report

12.    Sanction of FBF and GIS sanctions

13.    Irregular claims of LTCs

14.    All matters relating to Vidya volunteers

15.    Opening/ Provisional recognition of Pvt.schools HS/UPS/PS in Maripeda and Kesamudram mandals

16.    Any other work entrusted by the DEO

2.        

A2

Sri. Md.fakruddin Ahmed, Sr.Asst

1.       All matters relating to Gazetted Officer, PG Headmasters/ HM’s MEOs/ FAC Allowances including transfer counseling including court cases for promotion from SA to PGHM

2.       Pay fixation of MEOs/Dy.IO’s (all class IV Gaz.Officers)/ Deputy Educational Officers

3.       All matters related to the categories of ministerial staff (non teaching staff) i.e., Superintendents, Sr.Asst, Jr.Asst, Typists, Rec.Asst., Drivers, Office Subordinates and lower categories

4.       Maintenance of seniority list of above categories

5.       Appointments, Promotions, transfers, regularization of services of above categories

6.       Disciplinary cases and complaints of above categories

7.       Pension to MEOs/ZP staff

8.       Maintenance of CL registers

9.       Opening/ Provisional recognition of Pvt.schools HS/UPS/PS in Thorrur and Danthalapally mandals

10.    Any other work entrusted by the DEO

3.        

A3

Smt. P.Soujanya, Sr.Asst

1.       All service matters relating to School Assistants, SGTs and its equivalent categories i.e., pandits/ PETs

2.       Disciplinary cases and complaints of School Assistants, SGTs and its equivalent concerned

3.       Preparation of seniority list of school assistants and SGTs

4.       Transfers and promotions counseling for the concerned teachers

5.       Including NOCs to the concerned teachers

6.       Counter signature of service candidates for B.Ed/ Ph.D coursed

7.       Court cases, disciplinary cases/ complaints of the above categories

8.       Sanction of allowances to teachers those handle higher classes

9.       Opening/ Provisional recognition of Pvt.schools HS/UPS/PS in Mahabubabad and Chinnagudur mandals

10.    Any other work entrusted by the DEO

4.        

A4

Sri. Md.fakruddin Ahmed, Sr.Asst

1.       Conduct of SSC exams and spot valuation

2.       Fixation of targets

3.       Poor result committee

4.       Court cases of SSC

5.       Correction of Date of Birth/ Surname/ Parents name

6.       Correction of Date of Birth and its relating court cases

7.       Age condonation

8.       Conduct of examinations NMMS, NTSE, DIET CET, LP CET etc

9.       Prathibha/ NMMS/ Merit scholarships

10.    All verification reports (cases etc)

11.    All matters relating to kendriya vidyalayas

12.    Conduct of all types of minor exams, pandit trainings Hindi/ Telugu, PAT Navodaya Residential schools entrance test etc.

13.    All types of exams conducted by the District Collector

14.    Counter signature for acquiring higher qualifications of all teachers

15.    All matters of relating open schools

16.    Any other work entrusted by the DEO

 

B1

Sri.Narender, Sr.Asst

1.       All correspondence of RMSA/ Model Schools

2.       All correspondence of Samagra Shiksha section

3.       All correspondence of Samagra Shiksha accounts section

4.       All matters relating to CRPs, DLMTs, MIS Coordinators, Data Entry Operators, IERPs and part time instructors and other filed staff

5.       Opening/ Provisional recognition of Pvt.schools HS/UPS/PS in Garla, Bayyaram and Nellikudur mandals

6.       Any other work entrusted by the DEO

5.        

B2

Sri.M. Ramesh, Jr.Asst

1.       All correspondences of Medical Reimbursement

2.       Opening/ Provisional recognition of Pvt.schools HS/UPS/PS in Kothaguda and Narsimhulapet mandals

3.       Any other work entrusted by the DEO

6.        

B3

Sri. M.dAzeemuddin, Jr.Asst

1.       Release of budget of MDM and all its related matters including fortnight reports and other reports of MDM

2.       All kind of purchase of MDM

3.       Enrollment

4.       Reconciliation

5.       Kitchen sheds/ kitchen garden/ kitchen devices

6.       Rice particulars

7.       Implementing agencies particulars

8.       Collection of all particulars/ data from the MEOs/ Dy.E.Os

9.       All correspondences of NT Books

10.    All matters relating to the aided secondary schools, oriental schools, and elementary schools including service matters/ recognition, court cases, appeals and complaints. Rationalization of staff of aided schools

11.    Preparation of number statements, budget estimates and revised estimates and final revised estimates of above schools

12.    Audit reports of aided secondary and oriental schools

13.    Admission to grant in aid high schools UPS/ PS

14.    Opening/ Provisional recognition of Pvt.schools HS/UPS/PS in Gudur and Kuravi mandals

15.    Any other work entrusted by the DEO

7.        

B4

Sri. P.Varun, Sr.Asst

1.       Release of budget relating to all types of scholarships including prathibha puraskar awards

2.       Upgradation and bifurcation of Govt. and local body schools and sanction of additional sections

3.       Opening of EM schools in Govt. and panchayath sector

4.       Deputation of PETs/Sports/NCC

5.       All trainings including MHRD

6.       RTI Act 2005

7.       Inspire, Correspondents of District Science Office/ Regional Science Center

8.       Teachers day flags and sainik welfare etc

9.       Maintenance of private B.Ed/ D.Ed colleges

10.    Teaching practice permission to private B.Ed/ D.Ed colleges

11.    Celebrations of January 26th, June 2nd, August 15th and September 5th

12.    All matters of OBB scheme, acquisition of land and maintenance of buildings

13.    Sanction and creation of those relating to Govt. and local body schools

14.    All correspondence and sanction of building grant and furniture

15.    Maintenance of furniture & computer stock register

16.    Building grants, construction of school buildings under all schemes

17.    Planning

18.    District, State and National awards to teachers

19.    District, State and National awards to students

20.    Permission for excursions/ Tours

21.    Grievance cell – Redressal of Grievance of C.M.Peshi/ Collectorate etc.,

22.    Vocational education

23.    AV Education

24.    Computer Education

25.    Integrated Education

26.    Consumer clubs

27.    Cases relating to minority cell

28.    Opening/ Provisional recognition of Pvt.schools HS/UPS/PS in Dornakal, Gangaram and Peddavangara mandals

29.    Any other work entrusted by the District Educational Officer

8.        

 

M. Mukesh   (ASO)

1.       Educational statistics of elementary and secondary schools

2.       Educational survey, enrolment drive

3.       Fixation of enrollment target and submission of report

4.       Maintenance of statistical register and charts

5.       Uploading in forest management system of Haritha Haram, Balala Haritha Haram

6.       District toll free and DSE toll free with assistance

7.       Receiving of mails and submitted to the DEO/section

8.       Any other work relating to statistical data entrusted by the District Educational Officer

9.        

A5

Sri. S.Pandurangaswamy, Jr.Asst

Inward

10.     

A6

Sri. B.Mallikarju, Rec.Asst

Outward

11.     

 

Smt. H. Manjula

‘A’ Wing vacant

12.     

 

Smt. D.Hima Bindu, Computer Operator

‘B’ Wing

 

 

Schools in all Managements
Sl No Management No of schools
1 GOVT TW DEPT.PRIMARY SCHOOLS 98
2 Kendriya Vidyalaya 1
3 KGBVs(SSA) 15
4 Madarsa unrecognized 4
5 MINI GURUKULAMS 2
6 Minority Welfare 3
7 MJPTBCWREIS SCHOOLS 5
8 MPP_ZPP SCHOOLS 872
9 NCLP 5
10 Pvt.Aided 6
11 Pvt.Unaided 128
12 State Govt. 2
13 State Govt.(DNT) 24
14 TS MODEL SCHOOLS 8
15 TS SWREI Society Schools 5
16 TS TWREI Society Schools 8
17 TW DEPT. ASHRAM SCHOOLS 22
18 URBAN RESIDENTIAL SCHOOLS 1
Grand Total   1209

 Programmes/Schemes of the Department: Both State & Central:

1.Program/Scheme Name:  Samagra Siksha, Telangana

 Brief of the scheme:

            Samagra Shiksha is a Centrally Sponsored Scheme implemented by Government of India in partnership with State Governments, is India’s main programme for universalising elementary education. Its overall goals include universal access and retention, bridging of gender and social category gaps in education and enhancement of learning levels ofchildren. Launched in the year 2000-2001, SSA has achieved considerable success in universalising elementary education.Today, there are 19.67 crore children enrolled in 14.5 lakh elementary schools in the country with 66.27 lakh teachers at elementary level.

b) Objectives of the scheme:

 the Samagra Shiksha is to provide useful and relevant elementary education for all children in the 6 to 14 age group. There is also another goal to bridge social, regional and gender gaps, with the active participation of the community in the management of schools. Useful and relevant education signifies a quest for an education system that is not alienating and that draws on community solidarity. Its aim is to allow children to learn about and master their natural environment in a manner that allows the fullest harnessing of their human potential both spiritually and materially. This quest must also be a process of value based learning that allows children an opportunity to work for each other’s well being rather than to permit mere selfish pursuits.

Samagra Shiksha realizes the importance of Early Childhood Care and Education and looks at the 0-14 age as a continuum. All efforts to support pre-school learning in ICDS centres or special pre-school centres in non ICDS areas will be made to supplement the efforts being made by the Department of Women and Child Development.

  • Contact Details of the officer concerned:
  1. Website address of the scheme, if any: https://samagrashiksha.telangana.gov.in/

Program/Scheme Name: MID DAY MEAL SCHEME

Brief of the scheme:

Mid Day Meal Scheme is being implemented in Government, Local body, Aided, NCLP and Madarsas (recognized) schools in the State.

  • Government of India launched the scheme in January 2003 for the children studying in Primary Schools (Classes I to V).
  • Extended to Upper Primary Schools (Classes VI to VIII) in October, 2008.
  • Further extended to the children studying in centres under National Child Labour Project (NCLP) from the Academic Year 2010-11.

  Objectives:

  • To improve the nutritional and health standard of the growing children.
  • Elimination of class-room hunger.
  • Increase in enrolment, more significantly of girls.
  •   Improve in daily attendance particularly of girls and children from poorer sections.
  •   To reduce drop-outs.
  • Socializing among castes and empower women employment.

State Government Initiatives:

  • Mid Day Meal Scheme extended to IX & X classes from 2008-09.
  • State Government is providing FINE RICE under Mid Day Meal Scheme w.e.f    01.01.2015.
  • Eggs are being provided thrice a week per student under Mid Day Meal Scheme.
  • Training has been given to 25721 Cook-cum-Helpers.

Cook-cum-Helpers:

  • No. of Cook-cum-Helpers working:1700
  • Honorarium to Cook-cum-Helpers:Rs. 1000/- per month for 10 months
  • Number of Cook-cum-Helpers will be engaged based on the enrollment of the students:
  • Up to 25 students-   1
  • 26 to 100 students-  2
  • For every additional 100 students 1 Cook-cum-Helper will be engaged

Implementing Agencies:

The Implementing Agencies will be appointed by the following Mandal Level Committee in the schools

  • Tahasildar – Chairman
  • Mandal Parishad Development Officer-Member
  • Mandal Educational Officer- Member Convenor

Cost of cooking (per day / child):

VI to VIIIRs. 6.51/-Including the cost of the egg

I to V Rs. 4.35/- Egg is served three times a week
IX,X Rs. 8.51/- Including the cost of the egg

 

Sl.No Name of the Headmaster phone no Place of working FAC MEO Mandal already allotted Additional Mandal now allotted as FAC MEO
1 B.PULCHAND, PGHM 9618162337 ZPHS BAYYARAM (B), Bayyaram Mandal Bayyaram &kuravi Garla & Dornakal
2 M. BUCHAIAH , PGHM 9491824619 ZPHS CHERLAPALEM, Thorrour Mandal Thorrour & Pedavangara Maripeda & Chinnagudur
3 G. RAMU, PGHM 9949939302 ZPSS Nellikudur, Nellikudur Mandal Nellikudur Narsimhulapet & Dantalapally
4 P. KANTHA RAO, PGHM 9985702550 ZPHS GUDUR (B) , GUDUR Mandal Gudur Mahabubabad & Kesamudram
5 Smt. D.SRIDEVI, PGHM 9963169492 ZPHS EDULLAPALLY, Kothaguda Mandal, Kothaguda & Gangaram

 

Mahababubabad district  Secondary schools 
Sl no Mandal School code Name of the high school Name of the Headmaster Phone number
1 BAYYARAM 36100301320 ZPHS BAYYARAM G B.VIJAYAKUMARI 9703406011
2 BAYYARAM 36100301318 ZPHS BAYYARAMB B.PUL CHAND 9618162337
3 BAYYARAM 36100301601 ZPHS G K PETA P.DEVENDRA CHARY 9959123759
4 BAYYARAM 36100301208 ZPHS UPPALAPADU K.GOPAL REDDY 9949420715
5 BAYYARAM 36100301319 ZPHS VENKATRAMPURAM G.ADINARAYANA 9963654255
6 CHINNAGUDUR 36101200305 ZPHS CHINNA GUDURU REHAMAN 9948049795
7 CHINNAGUDUR 36101200407 ZPHS JAYYARAM T.TEJONNATHA REDDY 9440985729
8 DHANTHALAPALLI 36101400604 ZPHS DANTHALA PALLY B.SRINIVAS 9963044630
9 DHANTHALAPALLI 36101401106 ZPHS DATLA D.SANJAY 9490853537
10 DHANTHALAPALLI 36101400803 ZPHS KUMMARIKUNTLA B.VENKANNA 9908490500
11 DHANTHALAPALLI 36101400204 ZPHS MUPPARAM KALAN K.SHANKARAIAH 9963935347
12 DHANTHALAPALLI 36101401002 ZPHS REPONI MD.MOULANA 9491205282
13 DORNAKAL 36100500108 ZPHS CHILKODU M SRINIVAS RAO 9949440757
14 DORNAKAL 36100501317 ZPHS DORNAKAL K PRASAD RAO 9182033782
15 DORNAKAL 36100500904 ZPHS KANNEGUNDLA B.BANGARI 9948816826
16 DORNAKAL 36100500703 ZPHS MULKALAPALLY A.LAXMA 9949208202
17 DORNAKAL 36100500504 ZPHS PERUMANDLA SANKEESA B RAM MURTHY 8978941656
18 GANGARAM 36100201302 ZPHS KOMATLA GUDEM E ANANTHARAO 9492050197
19 GARLA 36100400625 ZPHS GARLA G.RAMPRASAD 9502491799
20 GARLA 36100400623 ZPHS GIRLS GARLA V.PUSHPAKUMARI 9948451122
21 GARLA 36100400904 ZPHS GOPALAPURAM B.KOTESWAR RAO 8897658568
22 GARLA 36100401006 ZPHS KOTHA POCHARAM A.PADMA 9573713838
23 GARLA 36100400202 ZPHS MADDIVANCHA N.SEETHARAMI REDDY 9440768101
24 GARLA 36100400110 ZPHS MULKANOOR R.VENKATA RAO 8985188205
25 GARLA 36100400111 ZPHS PEDDA KISTAPURAM T.SRINIVASA RAO 9652436928
26 GARLA 36100401112 ZPHS PULLURU B.RAMESH 9493317300
27 GARLA 36100400624 ZPHS SEETHAMPETA G.MALLESHAM 9989584625
28 GUDUR 36100801523 ZPHS (G) GUDUR A.SWARUPA 9490580442
29 GUDUR 36100800404 ZPHS AYODHYA PURAM K.HANUMANTHARAO 9848126108
30 GUDUR 36100801520 ZPHS GUDUR (B) P.KANTHA RAO 9985702550
31 GUDUR 36100801406 ZPHS MACHARLA P.SHOBHARANI 9493039703
32 GUDUR 36100801905 ZPHS THEEGALA VENI CH.BIKSHAPATHI 9441933753
33 KESAMUDRAM 36100900207 ZPHS INTIKANNE G.NAVEEN 7013091529
34 KESAMUDRAM 36100900811 ZPHS INUGURTHY B.BABU 9000450715
35 KESAMUDRAM 36100901004 ZPHS KALWALA S.VENKATESHWARLU 9440413963
36 KESAMUDRAM 36100900304 ZPHS KATRAPALLY M.SRINIVAS 9949654294
37 KESAMUDRAM 36100900613 ZPHS KESAMUDRAM (STN) M.SHANTHA KUMARI 9441681641
38 KESAMUDRAM 36100900614 ZPHS KESAMUDRAM (V) K.JAGAN MOHAN REDDY 9550890392
39 KESAMUDRAM 36100900912 ZPHS KOMATIPALLY I.JYOTHI 9908020423
40 KESAMUDRAM 36100901209 ZPHS PENUGONDA B.ANJAIAH 9959960320
41 KESAMUDRAM 36100901505 ZPHS THALLAPUSAPALLY N.LINGAIAH 9885024130
42 KESAMUDRAM 36100900503 ZPHS UPPARAPALLY M.VIJAYA SUSHEELA 9603686049
43 KOTHAGUDA 36100104501 ZPHS BATTHULAPALLY NAGARATNA 93982 09341
44 KOTHAGUDA 36100100802 ZPHS EDULLAPALLY D SRIDEVI 9963169492
45 KOTHAGUDA 36100101207 ZPHS OTAI B VENKATRAM 9491319125
46 KOTHAGUDA 36100101804 ZPHS POGULLA PALLY G.LAKSHIMINARAYANA 9951430476
47 KURAVI 36100602004 ZPHS BALAPALA B RAMMOHAN 9440514618
48 KURAVI 36100601407 ZPHS CHINTHALAPALLY E LACHIRAM 9951158172
49 KURAVI 36100600909 ZPHS GUNDRATHIMADUGU S RAMESH BABU 9440682455
50 KURAVI 36100601505 ZPHS KAMPALLY LAXMI NARAYANA 9440770378
51 KURAVI 36100601408 ZPHS KOTHUR VARADARAJULU 7893597519
52 KURAVI 36100600610 ZPHS KURAVI VAHID 7396934773
53 KURAVI 36100601305 ZPHS MODUGULAGUDEM B SHANKAR 9989473331
54 KURAVI 36100600109 ZPHS NERADA K SAILU 9885541049
55 KURAVI 36100601006 ZPHS RAJOLE V BALAJI 9985467613
56 KURAVI 36100601608 ZPHS SEEROLE ANITHA 9652249385
57 MAHABUBABAD 36100792803 GHS MAHABUBABAD MURALI 9490274791
58 MAHABUBABAD 36100792703 ZPHS (G) MAHABUBABAD K.KALYANI 9959414647
59 MAHABUBABAD 36100701002 ZPHS AMANGAL K.VENKAT REDDY 9440659669
60 MAHABUBABAD 36100700604 ZPHS EDULAPUSAPALLY A.RAMESH KUMAR 9395192590
61 MAHABUBABAD 36100701804 ZPHS JAMANDLA PALLY P.J.VIVEKANANDA 8978172303
62 MAHABUBABAD 36100700405 ZPHS KAMBALAPALLY M.SRINIVAS 9866921866
63 MAHABUBABAD 36100701608 ZPHS MADHAVAPURAM BADRI NARAYANA 9440140888
64 MAHABUBABAD 36100792402 ZPHS MAHABUBABAD S.VENKATESHWAR RAO 8341307848
65 MAHABUBABAD 36100700806 ZPHS MUDUPUGAL J SRINIVAS 9440659654
66 MAHABUBABAD 36100701406 ZPHS PARVATHAGIRI M MESHAK 9985696510
67 MAHABUBABAD 36100792312 ZPHS RAMAS U/M PREMALATHA 9989292576
68 MAHABUBABAD 36100700909 ZPHS SHANIGAPURAM K KANAKAIAH 9440686411
69 MAHABUBABAD 36100700203 ZPHS VS LAXMIPURAM SRI RAMULU 9849761012
70 MARIPEDA 36101300403 ZPHS CHILLAMCHERLA K AMARENDAR REDDY 9989856603
71 MARIPEDA 36101300903 ZPHS GUNDEPUDI K UPENDAR REDDY 9948990756
72 MARIPEDA 36101301124 ZPHS MARI PEDA N SREEDAR 9848140623
73 MARIPEDA 36101300505 ZPHS RAMPURAM PRABHAKAR 9849536584
74 MARIPEDA 36101301123 ZPHS SEETHA RAMAPURAM T SRINIVAS 9885187220
75 MARIPEDA 36101300714 ZPHS THANAMCHERLA P JANARDHAN 9849536584
76 MARIPEDA 36101301211 ZPHS VEERARAM R VENKANNA 7981154324
77 MARIPEDA 36101300108 ZPHS YELLAM PET K VENKATESWARULU 9849943522
78 NARSIMHULAPET 36101100213 ZPHS NARSIMHULAPET V.VENKAT REDDY 9963044632
79 NARSIMHULAPET 36101100912 ZPHS PEDDA NAGARAM D SIKDAR 9701570422
80 NELLIKUDUR 36101001314 GHS NELLIKUDUR KHALID AHMAD 9440929117
81 NELLIKUDUR 36101000803 ZPHS ALAIR VENKATESWARLU 7036860226
82 NELLIKUDUR 36101000711 ZPHS CHINNAMUPPARAM G. SRINIVAS 9441939243
83 NELLIKUDUR 36101000107 ZPHS MECHARAJ PALLY M. SRINIVASULU 9949372404
84 NELLIKUDUR 36101001603 ZPHS MUNIGALAVEEDU T. GANGADHAR 9949327084
85 NELLIKUDUR 36101001313 ZPHS NELLIKUDUR SOMIREDDY 9701158202
86 NELLIKUDUR 36101000605 ZPHS RAJULA KOTHAPALLY MD. MANJUR ALI 9885393449
87 PEDDAVANGARA 36101600304 ZPHS AUTHAPURAM A.BIXAPATHI 9492643814
88 PEDDAVANGARA 36101601007 ZPHS BOMMAKAL V.SATHYANARAYANA 9573499980
89 PEDDAVANGARA 36101600903 ZPHS CHITYALA M.VENKANNA 9989179678
90 PEDDAVANGARA 36101600406 ZPHS PEDDAVANGARA A.VIJAYKUMAR 9959266264
91 PEDDAVANGARA 36101600603 ZPHS WADDEKOTHAPALLY V.SURESH KUMAR 9949106117
92 THORRUR 36101500405 ZPHS AMMAPUR J.LAXMINARAYANA 7729969644
93 THORRUR 36101501802 ZPHS CHERLAPALEM M.BUCHAIAH 9491824619
94 THORRUR 36101500602 ZPHS GURTHUR D.BHASKARA CHARY 9441933243
95 THORRUR 36101501605 ZPHS HARIPIRALA RAVI 8919729306
96 THORRUR 36101500108 ZPHS JAYANTHI COL NANCHARIMADUR K.RAGHUNANDHAN RAO 9908126098
97 THORRUR 36101500902 ZPHS KANTAYAPALEM T.VENKATESHWARLU 9866890793
98 THORRUR 36101502003 ZPHS MATEDU P.VENUMADHAVA REDDY 9440361919
99 THORRUR 36101502218 ZPHS THORRUR P.SRINU BABU 9985473523
100 THORRUR 36101500208 ZPHS VELIKATTA PUSHPA DEVI 9989766253
           
KGBV
101 BAYYARAM 36100301338 KGBV BAYYARAM B.KALPANADEVI 7287052028
102 CHINNAGUDUR 36101200309 KGBV CHINNAGUDUR USHARANI 9908472574
103 DORNAKAL 36100501330 KGBV DORNAKAL SK MUNNI 7680946707
104 GANGARAM 36100201908 KGBV GANGARAM SUJATHA 9492110408
105 GARLA 36100400631 KGBV GARLA K.SRAVANA SANDHYA 7893037933
106 GUDUR 36100801529 KGBV GUDUR S.RAJITHA 8978608876
107 MARIPEDA 36101301146 KGBV HIGH SCHOOL MARIPEDA CH MADHAVI 7680946722
108 KESAMUDRAM 36100901008 KGBV KESAMUDRAM G.NEELIMA 9704222465
109 KOTHAGUDA 36100102716 KGBV KOTHAGUDA J.SOUMYA 7680946717
110 KURAVI 36100600703 KGBV KURAVI D SARASWATHI 7702228849
111 MAHABUBABAD 36100792009 KGBV MAHABUBABAD BHAVANI 8247373047
112 NARSIMHULAPET 36101100217 KGBV NARSIMHULUPET SWAPNA 7702076176
113 NELLIKUDUR 36101001319 KGBV NELLIKUDURU E. SUMALATHA 7729882570
114 PEDDAVANGARA 36101600410 KGBV PEDDAVANGARA SRAVANTHI 8639755918
115 THORRUR 36101502234 KGBV THORRUR B.SHAILAJA 9493548665
TSMS 
116 DORNAKAL 36100500109 TSMS DORNAKAL @ CHILKODU G BHASKAR 9705327782
117 KESAMUDRAM 36100901009 TSMS KESAMUDRAM @KALWALA T.B.RUPAS 9848879799
118 KURAVI 36100600110 TSMS KURAVI@NERADA ARUNA 8985713199
119 MAHABUBABAD 36100701903 TSMS MAHABUBABAD AMARAVATHI 9989732304
120 MARIPEDA 36101301160 TSMS MARIPEDA ELLIT PREM 9849130398
121 NARSIMHULAPET 36101100225 TSMS NARSIMHULAPET A.ANANDA BABU 9849885789
122 NELLIKUDUR 36101001325 TSMS NELLIKUDUR SRINIVAS 9885643842
123 THORRUR 36101500603 TSMS TORRUR @GURTHUR P.SUNITHA 9398507913

 

PROFILE OF MODEL SCHOOLS(TSMS)

AIM OF MODEL SCHOOL

            The aim/ objective of Model School is to develop the character and individuality off the students, his/her mind, will and soul power.

VISION AND MISSION OF MODEL SCHOOLS

            Government of India started Model Schools in all the 6000 Educationally Backward Blocks (EBBs) which have low female literacy rate, with an objective to provide free quality education predominantly to the SC, ST and OBCs hailing in that particular EBB.

            As there is greater demand from  parents for school education in English Medium, Model Schools in our state are geared up to impart education in English Medium from class VI to Intermediate with State Syllabi. At present194 Model Schools are functioning under Telangana Model Schools Secondary Education Society.

            These schools are the vehicles of change in rural development by providing infrastructural and instructional facilities to impart quality education.

Model Schools are setup:

  • To play a pace setting role in EBBs
  • To provide holistic education through curricular and co-curricular activities to the students.
  • To develop communication skills.
  • To assess and monitor student learning by implementing Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE).
  • To sustain the girls’ enrolment by providing girls’ hostel with a capacity of 100 students.
  • Student centric outcome based education with moral and ethical values
  • Learning by doing – scent of the sand and touch of the soil
  • Setting the correct benchmark for children of all levels.
  • To conduct scholastic and co scholastic competitions in all areas to develop healthy competitive environment (inter and intra) in model schools of the district.
  • To develop the school as the “Centre of Excellence” in the Mandal, as well as all the schools in the district and state.
  • To initiate research activities and case studies with special reference to girl child education, their role as contributors to the society and national growth.
  • Understand the future challenges and the scope of development of the country, role of Model Schools in envisioning the same.
  • Restructure the existing institutional values and norms from time to time and adapt to the ever changing global scenario.

Model school fraternity believes that every child is a unique individual having diversifying talents and immense potentialities. Students are trained for life to be high achievers and good human beings. Students gather knowledge with which they can master and use new and rapidly changing fields of knowledge and technology.

Educational Philosophy of Model Schools are:

  • To nurture and foster intellectual abilities of each child.
  • To inculcate a sense of values and purity of thought.
  • To develop scientific and rational thinking.
  • To develop self-confidence through a sense of responsibility, devotion, patriotism and discipline.
  • To develop leadership qualities in every walk of life.
  • To create an atmosphere of love, order and freedom.
  • To motivate the child to work without reward, punishment or comparison and achieve academic excellence.
  • To enrich the students with knowledge and wisdom.
  • To make students skilled in different vocations.
  • To impart quality education by laying strong emphasis on all round development of the child’s personality and character building.

 

PATTERN OF INTAKE

The students for admission into Model Schools are taken in  through entrance exam basis.         

For admission into Intermediate the method of allotment is completely on merit and roaster basis.

ENROLLMENT CAPACITY

            Hundred (100) students are admitted in each class from VI to X. Each class comprises of two sections.

The total capacity of each group of Intermediate is maximum forty (40).

COURSES OFFERED IN INTERMEDIATE

  • MPC
  • Bi PC
  • CEC
  • MEC

VOCATIONAL COURSES

            The aim of introducing Vocational Education at Secondary and Higher Secondary level is to enhance the employability of youth through demand driven, competency based, modular vocational courses and at the same time reduce the dropout rate at the Secondary level.

            It envisages close partnership with the industry in the design, development, delivery, assessment and certification of skills content.

NUMBER OF STAFF

            Twenty (20) staff members including Principal are recruited and have been working in different streams.

RESULTS

            The Model Schools in Mahabubabad district have been showing 100% SSC results and 85-95% Intermediate results since inception

            Majority of the students selected for Basar IIIT are from Model Schools and several students are in the field of Engineering and Medicine.

LIST OF PRINCIPALS OF MODEL SCHOOLS OF MAHABUBABAD DISTRICT

  1. BENJAMIN RUPAS, PRINCIPAL, TSMS, KALWALA, KESAMUDRAM – 9848879799
  2. SUNITHA, PRINCIPAL, TSMS, GURTHUR, THORRUR – 8121921916
  3. ELLIOT PREM, PRINCIPAL, TSMS, MARIPEDA             – 9849130398
  4. BHASKAR RAO, PRINCIPAL,TSMS,CHILKODU,DORNAKAL – 9705327782
  5. AMRAVATHI, PRINCIPAL, TSMS, MAHABUBABAD – 9969732304
  6. ARUNA, PRINCIPAL,TSMS, NERADA, KURAVI – 8985713199
  7. P.SRINIVAS, PRINCIPAL, TSMS, NELLIKUDUR – 9885643842
  8. ANAND BABU, PRINCIPAL, NARSIMHULAPET – 9849835789

 

MODEL SCHOOLS IN MAHABUBABAD DISTRICT

There are eight (8) Model Schools in Mahabubabad district

TSMS, KALWALA, KESAMUDRAM:

Kesamudram

 

TSMS, GURTHUR,THORRUR:

THOR

 

 

 

TSMS, MARIPEDA:

MARI

 

 

TSMS, CHILKODU, DORNAKAL:

 

CHILKODU

 

 

TSMS, MAHABUBABAD:

 

Mahabubabad

 

 

TSMS,NERADA, KURAVI:

 

Nerada

 

TSMS, NELLIKUDUR:

NELL

 

 

TSMS, NARSIMHULAPET:

 

NARSIMHULAPET

 

 

Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalayas(KGBV)

The Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya or KGBV is a residential girls’ secondary school run by the Government of India for the weaker sections in India.

The plan was introduced by the Government of India in August 2004. It was then integrated into the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan program, to provide educational facilities for girls belonging to Scheduled CastesScheduled TribesOther Backward Classes, minority communities and families below the poverty line in Educationally Backward Blocks

OBJECTIVE:

Gender disparities still persist in rural areas and among disadvantaged communities. Looking at enrolment trends, there remain significant gaps in the enrollment of girls at the elementary level as compared to boys, especially at the upper primary levels. The objective of KGBV is to ensure that quality education is feasible and accessible to the girls of disadvantaged groups of society by setting up residential schools with boarding facilities at elementary level

S.No.

Name of the KGBV

Classes

1

KGBV CHINNAGUDUR (E.M)

6th to 10th

2

KGBV GANGARAM (E.M)

6th to 10th

3

KGBV PEDDAVANGARA (E.M)

6th to 10th

4

KGBV DORNAKAL (INTER)

6th to 10th & Inter CEC & MPHW

5

KGBV-MAHABUBABAD (INTER)

6th to 10th & Inter MPC & BiPC

6

KGBV BAYYARAM (INTER)

6th to 10th & Inter CEC & MPHW

7

KGBV GARLA (INTER)

6th to 10th & Inter CEC & MPHW

8

KGBV GUDUR (INTER)

6th to 10th & Inter MPC & BiPC

9

KGBV KOTHAGUDA

6th to 10th

10

KGBV KURAVI

6th to 10th

11

KGBV KESAMUDRAM

6th to 10th

12

KGBV NELLIKUDUR

6th to 10th

13

KGBV NARSIMHULAPET

6th to 10th

14

KGBV MARIPEDA

6th to 10th

15

KGBV THORRUR

6th to 10th

 

Provisions specified under RTE Act towards removing gender Gap:

The Right of children to free and compulsory Education (RTE) Act – 2009, provides all children between the age group of 6-14 years free and compulsory Education till they complete their Elementary Education. To achieve the provisions provided for the girls under RTE the following elements have to be borne in mind.

To achieve this, the provisions provided for the Girls under RTE have to taken in consideration which is as follows.

  • Increased allocation of budget for achieving the goals in Girl Education by involving school and community.
  • Budget allocation for barrier free Girl friendly schools in RTE.
  • Involvement of people from cross-sections addressed to prevent the barriers/obstacles of girls from attending school and remaining in school.
  • Well plans for systematic approach for Girl Education.

 

  • Goals:

GCEC clubs

  • Empowered the girls, encouraged the girls to get knowledge on Vivaksha, Himsa, Leadership and formation of groups, gender discrimination and know the girl child abuse rights.

    Applied Learning Skills:

  • Girls will acquire different skills in painting and drawing. Enrolment will be increased; decrease the Retentions Empowered Girls imparting Painting and Drawing activity.

    Martial Arts: Empowered the girls and give self-confidents, self-protection participating in all activities.

  • Life Skills: Empowered the girls and give self-confidence by learning life skills.
  • Training Programme: Training Programme for Teachers on GCEC club
  • Awareness Programme: Awareness Programme on self-protection form child abuse by the line departments ICDS, Police legal Cell , CWC and labour department.

PATTERN OF INTAKE

The students for admission into KGBVs are taken Dropout, Orphan, Semi-orphan, BPL in Educationally Backward Blocks

For admission into Intermediate Upgraded 5 KGBVs are running with BPC MPC CEC & MPHW courses.

ENROLLMENT CAPACITY

            Two Hundred (200) students are admitted in each class from VI to X. If Upgraded to Inter 40 students of 2 groups with 1st & 2nd year clasess.

COURSES OFFERED IN INTERMEDIATE

  • MPC
  • Bi PC
  • CEC
  • MPHW (Vocational)

 

LIST OF PRINCIPALS OF KGBVs of MAHABUBABAD DISTRICT

S.No

Name of the KGBV

Name of the Special Officer

Mobile No.

1

KGBV KOTHAGUDA

J.SOWMYA

9652204181

2

KGBV BAYYARAM

D.KALPANA

7287052028

3

KGBV GARLA

LALITHA LEELA

8897757061

4

KGBV DORNAKAL

SK.MUNNI

9912227887

5

KGBV KURAVI

D.SARASWATHI

7680946718

6

KGBV MAHABUBABAD

B.BHAVANI

8106023803

7

KGBV GUDUR

VASANTHA (I/C)

9908791176

8

KGBV KESAMUDRAM

G.NEELIMA

9704222465

9

KGBV NELLIKUDURU

E.SUMALATHA

7729882570

10

KGBV NARSIMHULUPET

M.SWAPNA

7702076176

11

KGBV  MARIPEDA

CH.MADHAVI

7680946722

12

KGBV THORRUR

B.SHAILAJA

6301071295

13

KGBV CHINNAGUDUR

B.USHARANI

9908472574

14

KGBV PEDDAVANGARA

G.SRAVANTHI

8639755918

15

KGBV GANGAARAM

V.SUJATHA

9492110408

 

KGBV MAHABUBABAD (DHARMANNA COLONY):

KGBV

 

KGBV NARSIMHULAPETA (STAGE):

 

KGVB

 

KGBV BAYYARAM (JAGGU THANDA):

 

KGBV BA

 

KGBV KURAVI (NERADA):

 

KGBV KU

 

KGBV THORRUR:

 

KGBV THO

 

MAHABUBABAD SCHOOLS
Sl No  Management No of  Schools T/M E/M total
1 GOVT TW DEPT.PRIMARY SCHOOLS                                                98 999 8 1007
2 Kendriya Vidyalaya                                                          1 0 110 110
3 KGBVs(SSA)                                                                  15 2479 426 2905
4 Madarsa unrecognized                                                        4 0 0 0
5 MINI GURUKULAMS                                                             2 116 167 283
6 Minority Welfare                                                            3 0 833 833
7 MJPTBCWREIS SCHOOLS                                                         5 0 1552 1552
8 MPP_ZPP SCHOOLS                                                             872 24117 17533 41650
9 NCLP                                                                        5 127 0 127
10 Pvt.Aided                                                                   6 144 0 144
11 Pvt.Unaided                                                                 125 1072 31229 32301
12 State Govt.                                                                 2 209 508 717
13 State Govt.(DNT)                                                            24 632 49 681
14 TS MODEL SCHOOLS                                                            8 0 5317 5317
15 TS SWREI Society Schools                                                    5 0 2749 2749
16 TS TWREI Society Schools                                                    8 4 3529 3533
17 TW DEPT. ASHRAM SCHOOLS                                                     22 3802 2024 5826
18 Unrecognised Schools                                                        3 0 61 61
  Grand Total 1209 33701 66095 99796
           
  source: UDISE 2018-19        

 

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