APKGBVS Admissions 2022-23 Instructions for VI Class and for vacant seats in VII & VIII Classes for academic year 2022-23 in KGBVS
APKGBVS Admissions 2022-23 Instructions APKGBVS Admissions for
VI Class and for vacant seats in VII & VIII Classes for academic
year 2022-23 in KGBVS certain instructions
Circular Memo.Rc. No.SS-21021/36/2022-IED & KGBV-SSA Dt: 05.05.2022
Shiksha, APKGBVS Admissions for VI Class and for vacant seats in VII
& VIII Classes for academic year 2022-23 in KGBVS certain
instructions issued regarding.
All the District Educational
officers/Ex officio Project Coordinators & Addl. Project
Coordinators GCDOS, AGCDOs and Principals of the KGBVS in the State are
well aware that admission process has commenced for the academic year
Further new admissions are to be taken up for class VI
and also for vacant seats in VII & VIII, Classes from 07.08.2022 to
22.05.2025 through online. As per the guidelines issued by the Gol in
admissions, priority should be for out of School girl children,
Dropouts, orphans, semi-Orphans, PHC and the remaining left over seats
shall be filled in the following order of preference SC, ST, OBC,
Minority category and B.P.L. candidates. (Guidelines Enclosed).
the District Educations officer/Ex officio Project Coordinators &
Addl. Project Coordinators, in the State are requested to prepare action
plan and assign targets to the Principals in enrolling the OSC students
(already identified and communicated) to apply for admissions in to
KGBVS through online.
Accordingly the following process of
identification of girts for admissions in KGBVS is issued to have
accuracy and transparency in admission process:
admission process adopted to provide the admission to the target group
children i.e OSC, Orphan, Semi orphan, SC, ST, Minority and BPL
Children in to KGBVS.
- The Principals and the GCDOS of the District concerned shall identify the Out of School Children (OSC) and eligible Students.
- Collect the data of dropouts which is available in drop box of other schools
this identification, the entire staff of the KGBV including Principals
shall participate. KGBV Staff may be divided into small groups to reach
the comers of the selected regions and habitations. In this process they
have to work and co-ordinate with the concerned Mandal level officials
Le., MEOS, MPDOS, MROS and Headmasters to identify the girl children
related to OSC, Never enrolled, SC, ST and Minorities
- As the
KGBVS are meant for girls from disadvantaged communities and minorities
from low female literacy regions, hence they have to concentrate on
these regions through regular touch with different stack holders.
surveys and door to door campaign with the help of Non-government
organizations to identify orphan and semi-orphan girl children.
enrolment drives shall be conducted by the Principals/GCDO/APCs in
hilly regions, tribal areas and the areas of deprived classes to create
awareness among the parents
- Regular contact with labour officers, child welfare committees for proper updates.
contact with the organizers of the Residential Bridge Courses to get in
touch with the girl children who are having no primary education.
Encourage the CWSN by conducting special guidance and counseling to them
- Through banners and pamphlets advertise KGBV results, menu and nutritious food, the activities taken up, success stories etc..
- KGBV staff shall maintain a good rapport with Sarpanches, MPTCS, ZPTCS and MPPS for the success of enrolment drives.
Principals shall see that, there are no seats, left over in their KGBV
and 100% enrolment is taken as in the classes 6th, 7th, and 8th.
principals of KGBVs (Minority) shall identify the Minority students and
shall see that all the seats meant for minority students are filled in
class 6th and also vacant seats in classes 7th and 8th.
In view of the above all the DEOS and APCs are instructed to take action accordingly.