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Guidelines and procedure for admission of students into Model Schools in the State of Telangana



GOVERNMENT OF TELANGANA
ABSTRACT
School Education Department- Model Schools – Guidelines and procedure for
admission of students into Model Schools in the State of Telangana – Revised Orders –Issued

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SCHOOL EDUCATION (PROG.II) DEPARTMENT
G.O.MS.No. 24 Dated: 10/06/2016
Read the following:
1. G.O.Ms.No.17, Education (SE-Prog.I) Department. Dated 11.02.2013.
2. G.O.Ms. No.8, School Education Prog.I) Dept., dated 01.06.2015.
3. G.O.Ms.No.10, Education (SE-Prog.II) Department. Dated 09.06.2015.
4. From the Director of School Education & EOPD, RMSA/Model Schools,
Telangana, Hyderabad, Lr.No.550/B1/MS/TS/2013, dt: 25.02.2016,
19.03.2016, 05.05.2016 and 04.06.2016.

ORDER:
        
          In the G.O. 1st read above, Government issued Guidelines and procedure for
admission of students into Model Schools in the State of Andhra Pradesh from the
Academic Year 2013-14.

2. In the reference 2nd read above, Government have declared the Telangana State
Model Schools as Specified Category Schools under Right of Children to Free and
Compulsory Education Act, 2009.

3. In the reference 3rd read above, Government have issued modification orders to
the G.O. 1st read above, changing the admission pattern in Model Schools in the State of Telangana.

4. In the reference 4th read above, Director of School Education & EOPD,
RMSA/Model Schools, Telangana, Hyderabad has requested the Government to
increase the intake of seats in Model Schools from Class VI to X for each Class from 80 to 100, hence increasing the total intake of students from 400 to 500 and to increase the intake of seats in Intermediate I & II year from 20 to 40, hence increasing the total intake of students from 80 to 160, to consider the existing 10th class students who have Acquired or Passed SSC Examination from Model Schools in the State for admission into the Intermediate First year in the same Model Schools without referring to the Procedure for Admission stipulated in the 1st read above, so as to enable the Model School students to continue in the same school and also (iv) to withdraw the provision for selection of the Students into Model Schools by the District Level Committee.Instead of the District Committee, he has proposed the system of Centralized admissions etc.

5. After careful examination of the proposal of the Director of School Education and
Ex-Officio Project Director, RMSA/Model Schools, Telangana, Hyderabad in the
references 4th read above and in supersession of the G.Os. 1st and 3rd read above,
Government hereby issue the revised Guidelines and procedure for admission of
students into Model Schools in the State of Telangana are as follows:

1 Strength (a) Classes VI to X:

Class Year Intake Section I Section II
VI June -2016           50        50
VII June -2016          50        50
VIII June -2016         50        50
IX June -2016           50        50
X June -2016            50        50

(b) Intermediate:
Class             Year  Section & Group Stream Intake
Intermediate  I Year June 2016   Section I Science MPC 40 BiPC 40
                                                     Section II Humanities CEC 40 MEC 40 Total 160
Intermediate II Year June 2017   Section I Science MPC 40 BiPC 40
                                                    Section II Humanities CEC 40 MEC 40 Total 160

2. The admissions for Classes VI to X shall be done by conducting written test
and admissions into Junior College Intermediate 1st year shall be based on the marks got in the S.S.C. Examination.

3. The reservations shall be adopted for admission of students into the Model
Schools as detailed below after examining the reservations pattern of APREIS,
APSWEREIS, APTWREIS and KV/ Navodaya Vidyalaya duly keeping in view the
constitutional provision of reservations.

4. Rule of Reservation:
i. 15% and 6% seats in each class shall be reserved for candidates
belonging to the SCs and STs respectively.
ii. 29% of the seats in each class shall be reserved for BCs and shall be
allocated among the five groups of BCs as shown below:

a) Group – A: 7%
b) Group – B: 10%
c) Group – C: 1%
d) Group – D: 7%
e) Group – E: 4%

iii. Physically Challenged students: 3% (in the reservation group of the
students)
iv. 33.33% seats shall be reserved for Girls in all categories as indicated in
Clause 4(vii).
v. If sufficient number of candidates of any particular category are not
available to fill up the seats reserved for that group, they may be filled
up by suitable candidates as indicated in Clause 4(x).
vi. 50% seats will be for open category.
vii . Each of the Classes VI to X has two sections with an intake of 50 each.
While admitting the Students, the Class shall be taken as a unit of 100
Students for Classes VI to X. For Intermediate Class, the unit shall be
each group of 40 Students. However, in case of any non-availability of
applicants in any particular group, the total strength of 160 can be
taken as a unit for the purpose of reservation. The community wise
distribution of seats for Classes VI to X is as follows:

Community – Group - % - Total Number
                                            of seats per class  - Minimum seats reserved for girls
                                (33.33%) out of the total number of seats given in column (4)
(1)                     (2)      (3)         (4)                                    (5)
SC                               15         15                                      6
ST                                 6            6                                     2
BC                      A        7            7                                     2
                           B      10         10                                      3
                           C        1           1                                      0
                           D        7           7                                      2
                           E        4           4                                      1
OC                              50          50                                   17
Total                                             100                                       33
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viii. Each of the Classes Intermediate I and II Year has two sections with
an intake of 80 each. While admitting the students the Group shall be
taken as a unit of 40 students and the community wise distribution of
seats for Intermediate I and II Year is as follows:

Community  Group  % Total Number of seats per class
                                                              Minimum seats reserved for girls
                                                               (33.33%) out of the total number of seats
                                                              given in column (4)
(1)                     (2)    (3)           (4)                             (5)
SC                            15             6                               2
ST                              6             2                               1
BC                     A      7             3                                1
                          B    10             4                                1
                          C     1               0                               0
                          D     7               3                              1
                          E     4               2                                0
OC                           50            20                               7
Total                                             40                                13
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ix. Vacancies in any reserved communities will be transferred to other
reserved communities in the order of most disadvantaged to the
least disadvantaged communities.
x. In case of vacancies in any reserved communities, the vacancies
will be transferred as below:
Sl.No. Vacancies in           Vacancies transferred to in the order of
1             SC                      ST/BC(A,B,C,D,E)/ OC
2             ST                      SC/BC(A,B,C,D,E)/OC
3             BC                      BC(A,B,C,D,E)/ SC/ST/ OC
4            OC                       Students from other Mandals in the order
                                          of SC/ ST/ BC(A,B,C,D,E)/ OCs

xi. There shall be no income limit for the Parent/Guardian of the
Student. But, preference will be given to the Student hailing from
lower income (annual income).
5 Procedure of Admissions:
a) The Director of School Education, Telangana, Hyderabad and Ex-
Officio Project Director (EOPD), RMSA/ Model Schools shall issue a
Notification inviting online applications for admission into Model
Schools for Classes VI to X and First Year Intermediate.In the
Notification, the Director of School Education & E.O. PD., Model
Schools shall mention the syllabi for the Written Test, the Examination
Centres for the Written Test i.e., the Model School concerned which
the Student has applied for and also the Schedule of the receipt of
Online Applications, Conducting of Written Test, Valuation and
Preparation of Selection Lists etc., till completion of the Admissions.
The receipt of Online Applications, the Valuation of the Written Test
Answers Sheets will be done at the State Level. Based on the
Valuation, the Selection List for each School will be prepared at the
State Level and made available online and informed to the Principal of
the School concerned with copy to the DEO/MEO concerned. A News
item shall be released by the DEO for the benefit of the public and to
help the selected Students to approach the School concerned for
joining. Based on the Selection List, Admissions will be made in each
Model School. Admission into Intermediate I Year shall be based on
the marks secured in the qualifying examination i.e., SSC or its
equivalent. The existing 10th Class Students who have acquired or
passed SSC Examination from the Model Schools in the State shall be
considered for admission into the Intermediate First year in the same
Model School.
b) The EOPD, RMSA/ Model Schools can allot 2% of the seats per Class
of 100 Students for VI to X Classes and 160 Students for Intermediate
and not exceeding 10 per School over and above the sanctioned
strength, to the children of the regular Employees of the Model
Schools. These Students will enjoy the benefit of School study only,
without any other benefits as extended by the Government to the other
Students i.e., free Text Books, etc.
c) While preparing Selection Lists, a Waiting List of 20% of the seats also
shall be prepared at the State level and Students will be admitted in
the order from the Waiting List for the left over vacancies in the Model
School concerned.
d) The left over vacancies of any Class in a Model School will be allotted
at the State level, to the Students from other Mandals, only after
exhausting the list of Students of that particular Mandal, to ensure
optimization.
e) The Principal of the Model School concerned shall take steps to admit
selected Students duly verifying the Certificates and maintain
Admission and Withdrawal Register for the School.
f) In case of any dispute in admissions, the decision of the Director of
School Education & E.O.P.D., Model Schools shall be final.
6. This Order shall come into force with immediate effect.
7. The Director of School Education and Ex-Officio Project Director, RMSA/Model
Schools, Telangana, Hyderabad shall take necessary action in the matter, accordingly.
(BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF TELANGANA)
RANJEEV R. ACHARYA

SPL. CHIEF SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT

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