AP Teachers Transfers Rationalization 2020 , AP Teacher and Headmaster Transfers schedule 2020  DRAFT Transfer guidelines are proposed to be submitted to Government for affecting Transfers of Teachers & Head Masters during July 2020.  AP Teachers Transfers Rationalization schedule 2020

AP Teachers Transfers Rationalization schedule 2020
As directed by Hon’ble Chief Minister, Andhra Pradesh, during 2015 online Teacher & Head Master Transfers were undertaken. For the first time a 100 Point teacher transfer framework was designed and implemented, covering Common Points, Performance Points, Institution Related Points, Individual Related Points, Special Points, Rationalization Points etc. Based on G.O,Ms.No.63Education (Ser II) Department, Dated:31,08 2015, online teacher transfer was conducted smoothly in2015_ In all, 74,509 teachers applied online. Finally 26903 Teachers took transfers as per their options.

Proposals for Transfers 2017: As per the feedback from Hon’ble M.L.Cs, Teachers’ Unions and Associations & individual Teachers based on web based counselling for Teacher Transfers in 2015-16, to avoid fake certification and wrong practices, as much as possible, and to utilize objectively verifiable data, certain changes are proposed for the G_O_ No.63, dated 31.08,2015.

The revisions/modifications to GO 63, new parameters proposed with regard to the Entitlement Points, Special Points, Rationalization Points, Performance Related Points, Individual Related Performance Points and Minus Points, is attached for perusal and comments

Performance Points- During the proposed 2017 Teacher Transfers, it is to inform that the number of points allocated for certain parameter is reduced/changed in order to provide 50% points for performance as directed by Hon’ble Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh. Hence, in order to raise the overall performance points from 25% to 50%, points allocation to certain parameters had tobe adjusted. For example, the number of entitlement points to the teachers working in Category II and I areas, the number of special points given to Recognized Teacher unions, Un-married female teachers, spouse points and to NCC Officers. are reduced from the current 0 -10 to3 — 4.

Agency areas related- G.O.Ms.3 SW (TW) Dept.,  requires only ST candidates to be recruited I promoted to ST area posts. However,sometimes adequate number of qualified teachersdo not get recruited or promoted under the category, resulting in continuing of Teacher vacancies in scheduled areas. Further, there has been a long pending request for return to Plain areas from Teachers & Head Masters who have taken transfer to Scheduled areas from Plain areason earlier occasions_ It is proposed that option may be given to such Teachers and HMs to return to plain areas. It is also further proposed that where there is shortage of ST candidates, then for a short duration of tenure, junior most plain area teachers may be transferred to scheduled area schools, so as to ensure that the children do not suffer due to the vacancy of teachers in schools. insuch case a maximum period of 2 or 3 years tenure may be fixed or till the regular ST teacher is recruited to the said post, whichever is earlier. Alternately where there are surplus teachers in a district, they may be deputed on work adjustment basis from the beginning of the academic year in such vacancies.

Objectively verifiable parameters— During transfers undertaken in 2015 based G.0,Ms.No.63 Education (Ser.II) Department, Dated:31.08.2015, certain parameters included could not be verified with objectively collected, authentic data, especially with regard to absence / leaves availed by teachers, claiming for points with false information / declaration as to raising of funds to the schools. This resulted in submission of fake certificates by reporting officers vise HM I Mandel Educational Officer, in some instances, resulting ininitiating disciplinary action.To avoid such instances, as far as possible parameters are assigned for verifiable data.

Changes in Assessment Pattern- The Assessment pattern of 2015 is changed during 2016-17 requiring allocation of appropriate points. For instance, during the year 2015, Annual Assessment Survey was taken up for 3, 5 & 8th Classes, However, during 2016-17, as suggested by PEMANDU, 3R Assessment & SLAS is taken up for Primary Classes. And for 6-10th Classes, FA & SA data is collected school wise & student wise. Hence, related parameters and points are modified,

Increase in slabs for performance- Effort is made to recognize and give credit to the teachers who are making efforts to improve the SSC performance in their respective schools. Hence, instead of allottingpoints fortwo (2) slabs of performance in SSC examinations as was done in 2015, during the current year, it is proposed to provide three (3) slabs.

New parameters- Certain new parameters are added keeping in view the various other activities/responsibilities of teachers. For example; Prathibha Awards, MDM supervision leading to increase in the number of percentage of Mid-Day Meal (MDM) taking students, Mobilizing resources for school improvement under (BADIRUNNAM THEERUCHUKUNDAM), Conduct ofPTA meetings, Maintenance of Health Cards,etc.

Removing redundant parameters- Some of the parameters included in G.O.Ms.No.63, Dated:31.08.2015 are proposed to be removed in view of lack of clarity in implementation and confusion caused during Transfers in 2015. For example, the parameter relating to HM 1 Teachers enthusiastic and having inclination to teach in English Medium Schools Parallel Sections in schools. Physical Science Teachers willing to teach Mathematics, are being removed to adjust points for additional performance points and as they are difficult to track/verify/allocate points.

Minus Points:Certain minus points are proposed to encourage teachers and Headmasters who show better performance and to discourage those showing low performance or poor management. The minus points are mainly relating to those against whom punishment orders are issued or is found to show significantly very low SSC performance etc.

Timeline for receipt of feedback— Hon’ble Teacher MLCs, Teacher Unions, and Associations are requested to submit their views/comments in writing with reference to specific paragraphs by5 pm on 27.3.2017 to cseap.est3@gmail.com.After examining and considering feasibility of the feedback; necessary recommendations from CSE will be submitted to the Government on 31.3.2017.

Important Dates :-
The Teachers/Headmasters who have completed 5 years of in a Particular school as on 30.04.2017 shall be compulsorily transferred
 The Male Teachers/Headmasters aged below 50 years as on 30.04.2017 working in Girls High schools
 Teachers who have completed Minimum Service of 2 years as on 30.04.2017 are Eligible for transfers

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