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PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMMISSIONER OF SCHOOL EDUCATION, A.P., HYDERABAD
Rc. No. 279/B/C&T/SCERT/2015                        Dated: 7-7-2015

Sub:-     School Education – Academic Calender  - School Time Table for Upper Primary and High Schools in the State – instructions – Issued.
Read:- School Academic Calender for the year 2015-16
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    All the District Educational Officers in the State are informed that, the existing           9 period pattern of school  time table for Upper Primary Schools and High Schools have been revised into 8 periods pattern of school time table and workload  from the year 2015-16 for effective implementation of overall development of learner based teaching learning process , keeping  in view of the RTE recommendations, The details are as follows:
School timings for Upper Primary Schools (VI to VIII)
First Bell        :     9.00 AM
Second Bell        :    9.05 AM
School Assembly    :    9.05 – 9.15 AM (10 minutes)
First Period        :    9.15 – 10.00 AM (45 minutes)
Second Period    :    10.00 – 10.45 AM (45 minutes)
Break            :    10.45-10.55 AM (10 minutes)
Third Period        :    10.55 – 11.40 AM (45 minutes)
Fourth Period        :    11.40 – 12.25 AM (45 minutes)
Lunch Break        :    12.25 – 1.15 PM (50 minutes)
Fifth Period        :    1.15 – 2.00 PM (45 minutes)
Sixth Period        :    2.00 – 2.40 PM (40 minutes)
Break            :    2.40 – 2.50 PM (10 minutes)
Seventh Period    :    2.50 – 3.30 PM (40 minutes)
Eighth Period        :    3.30 – 4.10 PM (40 minutes)
School timings for High Schools (VI to X)
First Bell        :     9.30 AM
Second Bell        :    9.35 AM
School Assembly    :    9.35 – 9.45 AM (10 minutes)
First Period        :    9.45 – 10.30 AM (45 minutes)
Second Period    :    10.30 – 11.15 AM (45 minutes)
Break            :    11.15-11.25 AM (10 minutes)
Third Period        :    11.25 – 12.10 AM (45 minutes)
Fourth Period        :    12.10 – 12.55 AM (45 minutes)
Lunch Break        :    12.55 – 1.45 PM (50 minutes)
Fifth Period        :    1.45 – 2.30 PM (45 minutes)
Sixth Period        :    2.30 – 3.15 PM (45 minutes)
Break            :    3.15 – 3.25 PM (10 minutes)
Seventh Period    :    3.25 – 4.05 PM (40 minutes)
Eighth Period        :    4.05 – 4.45 PM (40 minutes)
    Further they are informed that, the following is teacher workload as per RTE Norms:
TIME TABLE – SUBJECT WEIGHTAGE AND WORK LOAD
Subject    No. of periods in a week    Classes to be taught    Subject periods in a week    Other periods    Total periods
Telugu    5    VI  to X  (5)    25    6    31
Hindi    4    VI  to X  (5)    20    8    28
English    5    VI  to X  (5)    25    6    31
Mathematics    7    VI  to X  (5)    35        35
Physical science    5    VI  to X  (5)    25 (2)    6    33
Biological science    4    VI  to X  (5)    20 (2)    8    30
Laboratory    1    VI  to X  (5)    4       
Social studies    5    VI  to X  (5)    25 (4)    6    35
L.A    1    VI  to X  (5)    4       
Physical Education    3    VI  to X  (5)    15       
Value Education    2    VI  to X  (5)    10       
Art Education    2    VI  to X  (5)    10       
Work Education    2    VI  to X  (5)    10       
Library    2    VI  to X  (5)    10       
Total    48               
Note:    
Mathematics teacher  -              VI – 1 period, VII – 1 period, VIII – 1 period ,
                        IX class – 2 periods,  X class – 2 periods per week.
 Physical Science  teacher  -          VII – 1 period, VIII – 1 period , IX class – 1 periods,
      X class – 2 periods per week and 2 lab periods per       
                month.
Biological Science teacher  -        VI – 1 period,  VIII – 1 period ,    IX class – 1 period, 
       X class -  1 period per week  and 2 lab periods per month.
    They are therefore requested to communicate the 8 period pattern of School Time table along with Teachers workload to all the Headmasters of Upper Primary Schools and High Schools in the State and implement the same time table without fail.

                                         M.V. RAJYALAKSHMI
For Commissioner of School Education
To

All the District Educational Officers in the State
Copy to all Regional Joint Directors of School Education in the State
Copy to all Principals of DIETs in the State
Copy to all Principals of CTEs, and IASEs in the State
Copy to all District Project Officers, SSA, A.P., Hyderabad.
Copy to the Peshi, O/o. CSE, A.P., Hyderabad for information

//t.c.f.b.o.//

SUPERINTENDENT


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