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Proc of the District Educational Officer, Warangal
& Ex-Officio DPC, RMSA Warangal.

RC No.55/RMSA/2012 Dt:14-03-2012

Communicated to all the Head Masters of the secondary schools in the District. They are requested to follow the guidelines on utilization of school grants as per above Proceeding Rc.No. 714/RMSA/2010 Dated:05.03.2012 of COMMISSIONER & DIRECTOR OF SCHOOL EDUCATION AND EX-OFFCIO PROJECT DIRECTOR, RMSA, A .P, HYDERABAD.

Sd/- Y.Chandra Mohan
District Educational Officer & EX-Officio DPO,
RMSA, Warangal

All the Head Masters of secondary schools in the District,
Copy to the Mandal Educational Officers in the District,
Copy to the DyEOs In the District,
Copy submitted to the C&DSE and Ex Officio Project Director, RMSA A.P. Hyderabad for favour of information.

Dy Educational Officer,

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Rc.No. 714/RMSA/2010 Dated:05.03.2012.

Sub:- SE- RMSA- Release of 1st installment of Central Share as Grant-in-aid to the AP Secondary Educational Society, Hyderabad towards implementation of RMSA Programme in AP for the year 2011-12 – Release of School Annual Grant at school level – Reg.

Read:- 1. Lr.No. F.1-29/2011-Sch.1(A) & (B), Dt: 14.10.2011from the Under Secretary to GOI, MHRD, New Delhi.
2. This office Proc.Rc.No. 1135/RMSA/2011, dated 30.11.2011.
All the Headmasters/Principals and Chairmen of School Management Development Committees of indentified Secondary Schools in the state are informed that the GOI vide reference 1st read above have released 1st installment of Central Share of Recurring grant i.e., Rs. 9939.56 crores. Out of that the following component wise amounts are allocated to each of the 10368 Secondary Schools towards School Annual Grant in the State:

Total amount sanctioned & released by GOI
Any activity related to Science and Maths like Purchase of lab consumables/Science kits as per need and necessary

  • Equipments for teaching geography as elective.
  • Drawing equipments & painting materials.
  • Maps, charts specified instruments & appliances.
  • Sports equipments etc.
  • To meet petty and contigent expenditure like organizing meetings, conveyance, stationery.
Rs. 10,000/-
Purchase of books for the library as per the guidelines given earlier.
Rs. 10,000/-
Water&Electricity charges, Telephone charges, Internet charges

other rates & taxes
Rs. 15,000/-

Rs. 50,000/-
Therefore the C&DSE and Ex-Officio Project Director, RMSA, Hyderabad is pleased to accord sanction and release of an amount of Rs.50,000/- (rupees fifty thousands only) towards School Annual Grants for 10368 Secondary Schools in the State directly to the SMDC accounts by way of ECS system through SBI, Red Hills Branch, Hyderabad directly (Rs. 50,000/- X 10368 Schools = Rs. 51,84,00,000/-).
The grant shall be incurred on the recurring components approved under annual plan 2011-12 as per framework for implementation of RMSA. Diversion of funds from Recurring (Grant-in-aid General) to Non-Recurring (Grants for creation of capital assets) and vice-verse is not permissible. The grant shall be utilized by 31.03.2012.

The above grant should be utilized by the School Management Development Committees constituted for implementation of CSS RAMSA scheme at school level in the State duly following the terms and conditions stipulated by Government of India.

(i) Recurring costs as detailed above shall be drawn and utilized during the current financial year 2011-12.
(ii) The grantee shall keep the amount sanctioned for RMSA under a separate bank account and maintain separate account for its disbursement and expenditure as per rules.
(iii) It shall be utilized by the grantee only for undertaking activities as proposed in the sanction and in consonance with the norms of expenditure in the scheme.
(iv) The assets, if any acquired wholly or substantially out of this grant should not be disposed of encumbered or utilized for purposes other than those for which the grant has been sanctioned without obtaining prior sanction of the Government of India.
(v) The grantee shall maintain a separate and proper account of the expenditure incurred out of the grant and the accounts so maintained shall be open to the audit by the Comptroller and Auditor General of India or by any authority deputed by him for the purpose, as per rules and Internal Audit by the Principal Accounts Office of the Ministry or Department whenever the grantee is called upon to do so.
(vi) The grantee shall furnish to this Department item wise statement of expenditure on a quarterly basis and other reports on physical and financial progress in approved formats. The grant will be utilized within the current financial year. The grantee will submit annual detailed progress report of the project within one month from the close of the financial year. An annual audited statement of accounts along with a certificate of utilization of the grant in GFR 19-A for the approved project duly signed by a Chartered Accountant and countersigned by an authorized signatory of the project in charge will be submitted to the Ministry within 12 months from the close of the financial year. Grantee has also to submit a copy of annual audited accounts to the office of Director General of Audit, Central Revenues, I.P., Estates, New Delhi-110002 under intimation to this Ministry. The unspent balance if any and interest accrued thereon, will have to refunded or this shall be taken into account before further installment is released.
(vii) A register of assets acquired wholly or substantially out of the grant shall be maintained in prescribed form and a certified copy of the register in respect of the assets acquired should be sent to this Ministry not later than one month from the close of the financial year. Such copies should continue to be furnished even after the Government’s grant to the Society has ceased. The statement should relate not only to the assts created during the year to which it relates but to all previous assets so created wholly or substantially out of Government’s grant upto the end of the period to which the return relates. For purpose of determining whether assets have been created substantially out of the Govt. grant, it is not necessary that the amount utilized out of the Government grant should exceed 50%.
(viii) The accounts and other records of the Society shall be open to inspection by an officer of the Ministry of Human Resource Development or any other person deputed by the Ministry for this purpose.
(ix) The grantee shall fully implement the Official Language policy of the Union Government i.e., it shall fully comply with Official Language Act 1963 and Official Language (Use for the official purpose of the Union) Rules 1976 etc.,
(x) In case the implementing society employing more than twenty person on a regular basis, the provision for reservation for scheduled caste, and scheduled tribes and OBCs in posts and services of the organization will be made as per the State Government rules.
(xi) Amount will be subject to adjustment against future grants on the basis of expenditure in Audited Accounts for this financial year.
(xii) Existing staff of the State Govt., should be optimally utilized. The Principal work of project implementation shall be on the mainstream administrative establishment at State and district levels. Staff should be appointed only on contractual basis.
(xiii) The guidelines issued by the Government of India from time to time regarding monitoring management, and financial control and other procedure would be followed in the execution of the Programme.
(xiv) Any other relevant condition specified in General Financial Rules 2005 as amended from time to time would be followed.

Further the norms prescribed by GOI on School infrastructure, learning resources, teachers and others from Para 4.1 to 4.8 and from Para 8.3.1 to 8.3.7 on management structure at school level for implementation of RMSA Scheme at school level is herewith enclosed. They are also requested to communicate the same to all the Headmasters of Government Secondary Schools to strictly adhere to the instructions/norms immediately.

Further they should follow the guidelines and instructions issued in the reference 2nd read above to incur the item No. 1 and 2 as mentioned above and the actuals relating to item No.3.

A copy of the list of identified 10368 Secondary Schools in which School Annual Grants are released are herewith communicated for further necessary follow up action in the matter.

Encl:- as above
Commissioner & Director of School Education
and Ex-Officio Project Director RMSA(I/C)

All the Headmasters/Principals and Chairmen of identified SMDCs in the state (as per the list enclosed) through the District Educational Officers and Ex-Officio District Project Coordinators, RMSA concerned in the State.
Copy to all the District Educational Officers and Ex-Officio District Project Coordinators, RMSA in the State.
Copy to all the Collectors and District Magistrates and Chairmen Executive Committee (District level, RMSA in the State.
Copy to all the RJDSEs in the State for information and to take necessary follow up action in the matter.

// True Copy // Attested//


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All the Headmasters of Warangal Dist are hereby instructed to submit the details of teachers ( in the format mentioned and attached below ) working in the posts sanctioned by RMSA under Phase-I to figure out the Budget Requirement for those newly sanctioned posts for the academic year 2011-12.

  These formats are to be submitted with no delay. Treat this as most urgent.

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Secondary Education Management Information System (SEMIS)

Purpose of SEMIS

The Secondary Education Management Information System aims at creating a comprehensive database on secondary and higher secondary education for facilitating planning, monitoring and related secondary education management activities under the RMSA. The SEMIS intends to cover all recognized institutions in the State/UT imparting secondary and higher secondary education. It envisages collecting relevant data relating to profile of the institution, enrolment, repeaters, passouts, teacher provisions, infrastructure and teaching-learning facilities, and school level income and expenditures. Data thus collected using the DCF under the SEMIS would be processed and stored both at the district and state levels. Accordingly, necessary arrangements are being made at the district level to institutionalize SEMIS under the RMSA.

As part of this exercise, this Data Capture Format (DCF) is to be administered to all recognized secondary and higher secondary schools, intermediate/junior colleges/pre-university classes attached to degree colleges in the State/UT. This DCF is to be filled in by the Headmaster /Principal of the school/college. Since the reliability of the SEMIS database depends on the accuracy and completeness of the information to be furnished by the institution, you are requested to answer each item in the DCF carefully and accurately. Your commitment and cooperation have huge implications for effective planning and management of secondary education in the State/UT.

In order to develop SEMIS, the Data Capture Formats (DCFs) developed, finalized and printed by NUEPA have been sent to all the states and union territories of the country. Using these DCFs the States and UTs are collecting data and information from all the recognized secondary and higher secondary schools. A web-based software has already been developed by NUEPA which will be used by all states and UTs for developing computerized Secondary Education Management Information System (SEMIS). The tabulation, analysis and interpretation of data thus collected will be used for preparing the status report of secondary education which will, for all practical purposes, be a diagnostic study in order to plan for secondary education in coming years.

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Annual grants for Schools

For the purchase of teaching Learning Material, Games equipment, Music, Drawing, Art education material and for their maintenance, every secondary school will be given Rs. 50,000 annually.

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Research & Evaluation

Besides the above in-built Monitoring and Evaluation mechanism, the Central Government and the State Governments will conduct an independent research on different activities of RMSA by engaging independent institutes of repute. The findings of these research studies will be communicated to all the concerned authorities for corrective measures and further strengthening of the implementation of the scheme.

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In-service Teacher Training

Apart from giving access and availability of quality secondary education, in-service teacher training plays a major role in improving the quality output of the pupil. Under RMSA, for the years 2009-10 and 2010-11 around 50,000 teachers were trained in CASCADE MODEL.

Quality improvement has a significant impact not only on enrolment and retention of children in the school but also on the possibilities of further education for increased productivity and exercise of citizenship rights and responsibilities.

Towards improving the quality in teaching learning process, it was planned to organize orientation to teachers handling various school subjects of classes IX and X and to provide them enrichment material so as to plan for their teaching more effectively and ultimately to see that the students are benefited with better understanding and application of knowledge thus gained.

To conduct in-service training programmes, it becomes necessary to arrange by training needs. For identifying these needs a questionnaire was circulated to all the Secondary Schools in the State. In this questionnaire school teachers were asked to identify and list out the difficult concepts in their respective subjects of classes IX & X. Such collected questionnaires were placed before the panel of subject experts for consolidation. These topics became basis for the preparation of enrichment material.

Subject wise module writers were identified from SCERT, SIET, IASE, and CTE, retired faculty of department of School Education, School Assistants of Government Schools and PGTs of APR Schools.
  • A series of module writing workshops were conducted during February and March 2010. Necessary guidance was provided by the State Project Office personnel. These modules are focused mainly to enrich the teachers handling Classes IX and X for effective class room transaction.
  • The material thus prepared was refined by the selected subject experts. Modules consisting of enrichment material in each of the school subjects of classes IX and X mainly English, Telugu, Hindi, Urdu, Mathematics, Physical Sciences, Biological Sciences and Social Studies. The modules were simultaneously prepared in Telugu and English version.
  • The modules of Mathematics, Physical Sciences, Biological Sciences and Social Studies were got translated into Urdu Translation Department of Moulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU) for the benefit of teachers and students of Urdu Medium.
  • Modules thus developed were got printed at Government Text Book Press and were used as training material in the training programmes of School Assistants.

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Moving towards Universalisation of Secondary Education (USE) after achieving encouraging progress in nation’s efforts to universalise elementary education through Sarva Shiksh Abhiyan(SSA), the Ministry of Human Resource Development has launched a Scheme of Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (RMSA) in March 2009 in partnership with state governments and other stakeholders and came out with RMSA framework to guide the states/UTs on the implementation of this scheme. RMSA is a holistic and convergent programme which addresses access, equity and quality goals targeting both secondary and higher secondary stages of school education with a clear time frame.

The Ministry of HRD, discussing with the World Bank and DFID on possible support for RMSA during the Preparation Mission held in New Delhi from 8 to 21 April, 2010 entrusted NCERT with the task of development of a “Vision and multi-layer strategic guidelines for improvement of quality of secondary education” (letter is annexed as annexure I) in active consultation with State Governments to chart out a road map for secondary education up to 2020 and also to explore inclusion of quality improvement strategies, activities an norms into RMSA planning process.

Following quality components embedding equity within are essential

1. Curriculum Reform
Curriculum reform is a major quality aspect of secondary education, which includes –

  1. Revision of State Syllabi and Textbooks at secondary stage in accordance with the NCF-2005.
  2. Improving classroom processes and school management to implement the curricular and pedagogic shift for enhancing participation in learning process and providing success experience to all learners.
  3. Assessment and Examination in consonance with the emerging perspectives on Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation as well as examination reform at secondary stage

2. Teacher Preparation

The quality issue related to teacher preparation is evolving a mechanism for continuous in-service professional development in States/UTs to cover a large no. teachers for continuous updating of content knowledge and of pedagogic concerns in view of improving school-classroom setting.

3. Researches and Monitoring for Quality

Researches play a very important role for providing feedback on the quality interventions, which have gone into the system exploring deeply the intervention, process and outcomes. Many a times findings of these researches also provide for policy inputs. Hence, researches and monitoring mechanism for quality are not only helpful in ensuring quality but also improving modalities for quality inputs as and when required

4. Information and Communication Technology

Information and communication technology is seen integral to the Secondary Education. This quality component is infused in each of the quality initiatives such as Curriculum Reform, teacher preparation, research and monitoring.

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Model Schools


Basically a model school will have infrastructure and facilities of the same standard as in a Kendriya Vidyalayas and with stipulations on pupil -teacher ratio, ICT usage, holistic educational environment, appropriate curriculum and emphasis on output and outcome. Some of the key features of a model school will be:

  • Education provided in a Model school should be holistic and integral touching upon physical, emotional and aesthetic development in addition to academics.
  • Necessary infrastructure will be provided in such schools not only for satisfying teaching needs, but also for sports and co-curricular activities.
  • There will be sufficient scope for sports, recreation and outdoor activities. Facilities like play ground, gardens, auditorium etc. will be provided in Model schools.
  • These schools will have adequate ICT infrastructure, Internet connectivity and full time computer teachers.
  • The Teacher Pupil Ratio should not exceed 1:25 and the classrooms will be spacious enough to accommodate at least 30 students. However, classroom-students ratio will not exceed 1:40.
  • These schools will be provided with Arts and Music Teachers besides subject specific teachers as per the usual norms. These schools will also create facility for activities emphasizing Indian heritage and art & craft.
  • Special emphasis will be given on teaching of Science, Maths and English. If required, bridge-courses may be introduced for weak students.
  • The school curricula include the material/items that inculcate leadership qualities, team spirit, participation abilities, development of soft skills and ability to deal with real life situations.
  • Health Education and health check up will be introduced in these schools.
  • A good library with books and magazines for students and teachers will be provided.
  • Field trips and educational tours will be an integral part of the curriculum.
  • Medium of instruction will be left to State Governments. However, special emphasis will be given on English teaching & spoken English.
  • Model schools will have appropriate pace setting activities so that schools in the neighborhood can benefit.
  • To have at least one good quality Secondary School in every EBB.
  • To have a pace setting role for these schools.
  • To try out innovative curriculum and pedagogy.
  • To try out innovative evaluation and school governance.
  • To give access to quality Secondary Education to the talented students in rural areas
  • Model Schools will have classes from VI to XII, each class having two sections with state syllabus. Medium of instruction and Curriculum
  • Medium of instruction for these schools will be English.
  • Three Language Formula which is in existence in the State will be followed.
  • Special emphasis will also be given in teaching of Science and Mathematics.
  • Teaching Methodologies will help students to improve their analytical and critical thinking abilities.
  • Along with scholastic subjects, the new scholastic subjects like Physical Education and Yoga, Moral Education, Work Experience, Projects etc., will be implemented so that the holistic approach has to be attained.
  • For the purpose of calculating the financial requirements, the non-recurring cost for setting up a school on KV template with an estimated cost of Rs. 3.02 crore. The recurring cost is around Rs. 0.75 crore per annum is provided for each school.
  • Out of 737 EBB Mandals Government of India sanctioned 355 Model schools in the first phase during the year 2010 - 11.
Showing the District wise sanctioned Model Schools in the State
S .No District N0. Of EBB Blocks/Mandals Identified By MHRD No. of Schools Sanctioned In 2010-11 To be proposed in
1 Srikakulam 32 14 18
2 Vizianagaram 33 16 17
3 Visakhapatnam 34 5 29
4 East Godavari 8 2 6
5 Krishna 3 2 1
6 Guntur 23 14 9
7 Prakasam 37 11 26
8 Nellore 10 10 0
9 Chittoor 20 18 2
10 Kadapa 29 10 19
11 Ananthapur 61 25 36
12 Kurnool 51 36 15
13 Mahabubnagar 64 7 57
14 Rangareddy 25 19 6
15 Medak 43 24 19
16 Nizamabad 36 16 20
17 Adilabad 52 14 38
18 Karimnagar 51 47 04
19 Warangal 46 30 16
20 Khammam 33 2 31
21 Nalgonda 46 33 13
Total 737 355 382

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The Secondary Education which serves as a bridge between primary and higher education is expected to prepare young persons between the age group 14-18 in the world of work and entry into higher education. The Secondary Education starts with classes 9-10 leading to higher secondary classes 11 and 12. The relevant children population at the secondary and senior secondary level, as projected in 1996-97 by NSSO has been estimated at 9.66 crores. Against this population, the enrolment figures of the 1997-98 shows that only 2.70 crores attending schools. Thus, two-third of the eligible population remains out of the school system. To accommodate the children in schools at secondary level, we have at present 1.10 lakhs institutions (1998-99). With the emphasis on universalisation of elementary education and programmes like District Primary Education Programme, the enrolment is bound to increase and once this happens, we may require more than two lakhs institutions at the secondary level to accommodate them.

General Structure of School Education

A uniform structure of school education viz., the 10+2 system has been adopted by all the States and Union Territories of India. However, within the States and the UTs, there are variations in the number of classes constituting the Primary, Upper Primary, High and Higher Secondary schools, age for admission to class I, medium of instruction, stages of public examinations, teaching of Hindi and English, number of working days in a year, academic session, vacation periods, fee structure, compulsory education etc.

The development of Secondary Education sector is also guided by the following Centrally Sponsored Schemes:

  1. Integrated Education for Disabled Children
  2. Improvement of Science Education in Schools
  3. Promotion of Yoga in Schools
  4. Strengthening Boarding and Hostel Facilities for Girls
  5. Environmental orientation to School Education.
  6. National Population Education Project.
  7. National Awards for Teachers.
  8. Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (RMSA)
  9. Girls Hostel
  10. Model School
  11. ICT @Schools
  12. Inclusive Education for Disabled at Secondary State
  13. Incentives to Girls for Secondary Education
  14. National Merit cum Means Scholarship
  15. Financial Assistance for Appointment of language Teachers
  16. Vocationalisation of Secondary Education
  17. Adolescence Education Programme

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Welcome to RMSA

"Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan" is a Centrally Sponsored Scheme. In our State this project is being implemented from the academic year 2009-10 to 2019-20.

Goals & Objectives

  • Establishing Secondary School within a radius of 5kms.
  • Achieving 75% access by 2012-13 and 100% access by 2017-18.
  • Achieving 100% retention by 2020.
  • Providing necessary physical facilities, teaching and non – teaching staff for every secondary school
  • To see that no student shall be deprived of secondary education because of gender disparity, socio economic reasons, disability or any other reasons.

Activities taken up under RMSA

  • Construction of Additional Classrooms
  • Laboratory
  • Laboratory Equipment
  • Supply of Furniture and Equipment
  • Separate Toilet blocks for boys and girls & drinking water facility
  • Annual grants for Schools
  • Minor Repair grants
  • Laboratory maintenance grants
  • Library, News Paper grants

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As per the Instructions made by the DEO, Warangal vide Proc. Rc. No: 6040/B1/2011, Date: 30-01-2012, all the Headmasters of High Schools of all managements are hereby instructed to submit the School-wise CIVIL LIST as per the prescribed 58-column proforma attached with this post.

Download the file and submit the filled in civil list immediately without fail.

Treat this as most urgent.

All the fields in it have to be filled in.

Note: Maintain all Date fields in DD-MONTH-YYYY format (e.g. 21 - January - 2012) to avoid errors in data.

Click Here to DOWNLOAD the format.

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