Conducting “Gnana Dhaara” programme in residential Mode during summer vacation from 28th May, 2018 to 9th June, 2018

Conducting “Gnana Dhaara” programme in residential Mode during summer vacation from 28th May, 2018 to 9th June, 2018

SE Dept – Conducting “Gnana Dhaara” programme in residential Mode during summer vacation from 28th May, 2018 to 9th June, 2018 in respect of students transitioning from Class 5th to Class 6th and from Class 9th to Class 10th (with D1 and D2 Grades) studying in Government, Government managed schools and all Residential Schools and also to conduct remediation year long programme in the form of Gnana Dhaara Learning Enhancement Program(LEP) to students from Classes 2nd to 10th from 15th July, 2018 to 31st March, 2019 – Orders – Issued.

                         In the circumstances reported by the Commissioner of School Education, A.P. Amaravati and basing on the orders issued by the Social Welfare and Tribal Welfare Departments, and after careful examination of the matter, Government hereby accord permission to the Commissioner of School Education, A.P. Amaravati to conduct “Gnana Dhaara” programme in residential Mode during summer vacation from 28th May, 2018 to 9th June, 2018 in respect of SC/ST/BC/OC and other community students transitioning from Class 5th to Class 6th and from Class 9th to Class 10th (with D1 and D2 Grades) studying in Government, Government managed Schools, Social Welfare Residential Schools, Tribal Welfare Residential Schools, Ashram Schools with the following conditions as this Summer Residential Remedial program intends to smoothly transition into the sustainable remediation, ensuring the flow of knowledge and address learning gaps:-

1. This programme is for the benefit of students and should not be compulsory rather it should be demand based

2. Take willingness of parents, School Management Committees to send the children to the programme

3. Students shall be accommodated in the Residential Hostels where there are all facilities such as Classrooms, Dormitories, Safe drinking water, clean toilets with running water facility, uninterrupted electricity, fans are available

4. Provide necessary medical aid in consultation with Health Dept

5. Children should not be allowed to go outside during hot summer

6. The parents shall be informed where their children are accommodated

7. Adequate safety arrangements/security shall be provided to the students.

8. All precautionary measures to be taken to avoid untoward incidents. In case of any incident occurs, it will be viewed seriously and action will be initiated against the responsible persons as applicable under disciplinary proceedings. (Cont…)
::3:: 6. Permission is also accorded to the Commissioner of School Education, A.P. to meet required expenditure in respect of students transitioning from Class 5th to Class 6th from SSA funds and in respect of students transitioning from Class 9th to Class 10th from RMSA funds for the material @ Rs.105/- + Rs.900/- for boarding and lodging charges totaling to Rs.1005/- per student. However, the Commissioner of School Education is authorized to meet the expenditure from the funds available under BE 2018-19 subject to the condition that the actual expenditure shall be incurred as per the actual number of students enrolled for the “Gnana Dhara” programme.

7. Permission is also accorded to the Commissioner of School Education, A.P. for conducting remediation year long programme with classroom teaching, in the form of Gnana Dhaara Learning Enhancement Program(LEP), which would aim to provide remediation to students from Classes 2nd to 10th in Languages, Mathematics and Sciences from 15th July, 2018 to 31st March, 2019 and meet the expenditure from the funds available under BE 2018-19.

8. The Secretaries, APREIS/APSWREIS/APTWREIS, MJPBCWREIS / Minorities Welfare/ KGBVs and Director, Model Schools are directed to provide Residential accommodation for conducting Gnana Dhara Programme.

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