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District Educational Office-Rangareddy 

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The department focuses on primary and secondary education and arranges to train teachers and this department have whole responsible for implementation of Government reforms in School Education in the society, for giving impart education to the children of 5 to 15 age group for their development in education and motivate their views and thinks in elementary to Secondary education levels . And various steps for taken to better education to the children under various schemes introduced by the Government like RVM (SS), RMSA, MODEL SCHOOLS ,MDM and technical support in Digital Class Rooms from time to time for giving better Education to Elementary to Secondary Education level children.

The objectives of the Department of School Education are:

  • Provide access to primary education for all children in the age group of 5-15 years
  • Ensure the enrollment of children in schools
  • Ensure that the children do not discontinue primary education
  • Maintain quality standards in education.
  • Provide mid-day meals to children in primary ,upper primary and High schools that fall under the government, local bodies and aided managements
  • Provide free text books to children of classes I to V studying in the schools under the government, local bodies and aided managements
  • Provide free text books to all the children of classes I to X  studying in the schools under the government, local bodies and aided managements
  • Provide training to the teachers to help them upgrade their knowledge and skills,thereby ensure quality in teaching
  • Strengthen and maintain standards of Pre-service Teacher Education
  • Programmes to ensure quality education
  • Ensure community participation in strengthening the school education system.

Role and Functionality of Department:

  • The Primary function of the Department of Education is to establish policy for administration and coordinate most federal assistance to education.
  • Responsible for education including providing information, resources and technical support or assistance on educational matters to schools.
  • Education assists the executing education policies for the nation and implementing laws.
  • Implementation of RTE act in the district for all children.
  • Providing free and compulsory education to all the children in the district in the age group of 6 to 15 years.
  • Monitoring of all educational activities in the district.
  • Monitoring recruiting of teachers at district level.
  • Importing quality education to all the children.
  • Encouraging children for all-round development.
  • It provides free text books, uniforms, mid day meals etc.,
  • We transmit the values and knowledge to the students. We mould their behavior in the ways of adulthood and direct them towards their eventual role in the society.
  • Provides access to school education to all the school aged children.
  • Enrolls all school age children in school and ensures quality education.
  • Retains all the school aged children in the schools.
  • Develops life-skills among children.
  • Ensures community participation in strengthening school system.
  • Provides NT books, uniforms to all the enrolled from 1 to 10 class.

Schemes/Activities/Action Plan

 Mid Day Meal :

  • Providing Mid Day Meal to all students from Class -1 to 10.
  • Quality of Mid Day Meal is monitored regularly by Concerned
  • To improve good health to the students.
  • Implementing Mid Day Meals scheme hygienic and successful way. Taking care of the students in government schools by providing a nutritious lunch during the school working days.
  • It helps to reduce dropout rate in Government Schools.

SAMGRA SIKSHA :

 Samagra Shiksha is a Centrally Sponsored Scheme implemented by Government of India in partnership with State Governments, is India’s main programme for universalising elementary education. Its overall goals include Universal Access and Retention, Bridging of gender and Social category Gaps in education and enhancement of learning levels of children. Launched in the year 2000-2001, SSA has achieved considerable success in Universalising Elementary Education. Today,

 It provides a wide convergent framework for implementation of Elementary Education schemes;

 It is also a programme with budget provision for strengthening vital areas to achieve universalisation of elementary education. While all investments in the elementary education sector from the State and the Central Plans will reflect as part of the SSA framework, they will all merge into the SSA programme within the next few years. As a programme, it reflects the additional resource provision for UEE.

AIMS OF SAMAGRA SHIKSHA

The Samagra Shiksha is to provide useful and relevant elementary education for all children in the 6 to 14 age group. There is also another goal to bridge social, regional and gender gaps, with the active participation of the community in the management of schools.

 Useful and relevant education signifies a quest for an education system that is not alienating and that draws on community solidarity. Its aim is to allow children to learn about and master their natural environment in a manner that allows the fullest harnessing of their human potential both spiritually and materially. This quest must also be a process of value based learning that allows children an opportunity to work for each other’s well being rather than to permit mere selfish pursuits.

Samagra Shiksha realizes the importance of Early Childhood Care and Education and looks at the 0-14 age as a continuum. All efforts to support pre-school learning in ICDS centres or special pre-school centres in non ICDS areas will be made to supplement the efforts being made by the Department of Women and Child Development.

Pedagogy and Teacher Training

The following are the major quality related activities i.e., activities in general taken up by the Pedagogy wing.

Major Quality Related Activities:

  • Implementation of Learning Enhancement Programme
  • Effective academic monitoring of schools
  • Mother Tongue based Multi Lingual Education in 8 Tribal Languages.
  • Organizing Mobile Science Vans
  • Implementation of Innovations
  • Room-to-Read Programme
  • Implementation of School Health Programme etc.
  • Rastreeya Madhyamika Shiksha Abhiyan : It is established to provide facilities to High Schools (especially for 9th and 10th classes) Secondary Education.
  • Quality of education at secondary level is improved under this scheme. Many barriers like gender, socio-economic and disability are removed
  • To enhance quality of secondary education and increase the total enrollment rate.
  • The implementation of the scheme has started from 2009-10 to provide conditions for an efficient growth development and equity for all.
  • Providing classes for self defense for girls.
  • Providing training for teachers to improve their professional efficiency.
  • Providing additional class rooms from RMSA for laboratory, library etc., for High School sections.

 Badibata

 Telangana Govt has launched Badi Bata Programme as one of its Special Enrollment Drive/Campaign Programme to complete the Admissions of 2019 academic year in all Govt/Zilla Parishad Schools in connection with special drive for Community mobilization for enrollment of all school age children.

  • Free bicycles scheme for girl students who are studying in  Schools.
  • In this scheme bicycles are given to 8thclass and 9th class girl students.
  • It is meant for prevention of dropouts of girls in  schools.
  • To increase the retention rate of girl students in  schools.

Digital Class Rooms :

  • Digital equity in education means that all students have access to learning resources in an easier and less expensive way using digital platform as compared to the traditional methods.
  • The Digital Classrooms is a teacher led educational content solution that intensely improves the learning outcomes of the students. The program supplements the delivery of class specific curriculum in both English and Telugu medium offline and online to make the learning experience in classrooms exciting, meaningful and enjoyable. It also focuses on providing Digital Content from leading service providers.
  • Digital Class Rooms are established with the support of Community, NRIs, other donors along with Government Funds.
  • The District Collector played an active and inspiring role in establishing of Digital Class Rooms in Krishna District.

Virtual Class Rooms :

  • Virtual Class Room teaching is the most important and efficient way to reduce distant barrier in education.
  • Virtual Class Room teaching eliminates the limitation of time and location.
  • It facilitate the instructor and students in teaching learning.
  • It help to clarifying and organize prioritizing learning.
  • Virtual Class Room teaching enables the students can interact, communicate, view and discuss presentation and engage with learning resources.
  • It is an online teaching which facilitates in greater number of students with one teacher.

CONTACT US:

 DEO: SMT. E. VIJAYA LAKSHMI , 

 PHONE NO: 7995087604

 email. Id: deo.rrd@gmail.com

Key Names and Designations of the District and Mandal Education Officers
Sl. No NAME OF THE OFFICER ( SARVA SRI) DESIGNATION WORKING PLACE CONTACT.NO

1

SMT. E. VIJAYA LAKSHMI

District Educational Officer

O/o DEO, Rangareddy

7995087604

2

SMT. T. NANDU SUKESHINI

Assistant Director

O/o DEO, Rangareddy

9704036380

3

SMT. SUBRAHMANYESHWARI

A C for Govt. Examinations

O/o DEO, Rangareddy

9440219992

4

N. ARUNKUMAR

Sectorial Officer

Samagra Shiksha

O/o DEO, Rangareddy

9398576504

5

MOHAMMAD RAFEE

F A O

Samagra Shiksha

O/o DEO, Rangareddy

7702002517

6

RAMESHWAR REDDY

MEO

O/o MEO, Amangal

9440339494

7

RAMESHWAR REDDY

MEO

O/o MEO, Kadthal

9440339494

8

SYED AKBAR

MEO

O/o MEO, Chevella

9849265459

9

SYED AKBAR

MEO

O/o MEO, Shankarpalli

9849265459

10

K.SHANKAR RATHODE

MEO

O/o MEO, Farooq Nagar

7702775312

11

K.SHANKAR RATHODE

MEO

O/o MEO, Shabad

7702775312

12

HEERYA NAIK

MEO

O/o MEO, Abdullapurmet Hayathnagar

9247191801

13

HEERYA NAIK

MEO

O/o MEO, Hayathnagar

9247191801

14

VENKAT REDDY

MEO

O/o MEO, Ibrahimpatnam

9440956281

15

VENKAT REDDY

MEO

O/o MEO, Manchal

9440956281

16

RAMANJAN REDDY

MEO

O/o MEO, Kandukur

8008552726

17

RAMANJAN REDDY

MEO

O/o MEO, Madgul

8008552726

18

MANOHAR

MEO

O/o MEO, Keshampet

8186867535

19

KISTA REDDY

MEO

O/o MEO, Kondurg

9848649554

20

KISTA REDDY

MEO

O/o MEO, Kondurg

9848649554

21

KRISHNAIAH

MEO

O/o MEO, Kothur

9885046303

22

KRISHNAIAH

MEO

O/o MEO, Kothur

9885046303

23

VENKATAIAH

MEO

O/o MEO, Saroor Nagar

9849215282

24

VENKATAIAH

MEO

O/o MEO, Balapur

9849215282

25

KRISHNAIAH

MEO

O/o MEO, Maheswaram

9866496295

26

SARDAR

MEO

O/o MEO, Talakondapally

9440403521

27

VINOD KUMAR

MEO

O/o MEO, Yacharam

9346459391

28

VENKATAIAH

MEO

O/o MEO, Moinabad

9441792108

29

VENKATAIAH

MEO

O/o MEO, Serilingampally

9441792108

30

RAM REDDY

MEO

O/o MEO, Shamshabad

9949958283

31

RAM REDDY

MEO

O/o MEO, Rajendra Nagar

9949958283

32

RAM REDDY

MEO

O/o MEO, Rajendra Nagar

9949958283

 

List of Govt. Schools in the District:

1

GOVT. PS JANWADA (UM) Janwada (V) Janwada  SHANKARPALLE (M),  RANGAREDDY

2

GOVT. PS ERUKUNTA TANDA Maharajpet(V)  Maharajpet  SHANKARPALLE  (M), RANGAREDDY

3

GOVT. PS GOPANPALLY TANDA Gopanapalligiri (V)    SERILINGAMPALLY(M),   RANGAREDDY

4

GOVT. UPS NARSINGI Narsingi (V)  Narsingi GANDIPET (M),  RANGAREDDY

5

GOVT. PS RAJENDRANAGAR (V)   Rajendranagar  RAJENDRANAGAR(M),   RANGAREDDY

6

GOVT. PS MM PAHADI- I Rajendranagar (V)    RAJENDRANAGAR(M),   RANGAREDDY

7

GOVT. UPS HASSAN NAGAR – VI Rajendranagar  RAJENDRANAGAR(M),   RANGAREDDY

8

GOVT. HS RAJENDRANGAR Rajendrangar-2 (V)    RAJENDRANAGAR(M),   RANGAREDDY

9

GOVT. PS BHUPAL NAGAR Rajendrangar-2 (V)    RAJENDRANAGAR(M),   RANGAREDDY

10

GOVT. PS HASSAN NAGAR – III Rajendrangar-3 (V)   RAJENDRANAGAR(M),   RANGAREDDY

11

GOVT. UPS MOOSA NAGAR(TW) L.B.Nagar-2 (V)   SAROORNAGAR(M),   RANGAREDDY

12

GOVT. HS IBRAHIMPATNAM Ibrahimpatnam (Khalsa) (V)  Ibrahimpatnam (Khalsa) IBRAHIMPATNAM (M),  RANGAREDDY

13

GOVT(DNT) PS KORRONI TANDA Bodakonda (V)   Bodakonda MANCHAL (M),  RANGAREDDY

14

GOVT(DNT) PS PATELCHERVU TANDA Arutla (V)   Arutla MANCHAL(M),   RANGAREDDY

15

GOVT. UPS U/M ARUTLA Arutla (V)   Arutla MANCHAL(M),   RANGAREDDY

16

GOVT. PS BUGGATHANDA Arutla  (V)  Arutla MANCHAL (M),  RANGAREDDY

17

GOVT. PS KURMIDDA TANDA Kurmidda(V)   Kurmidda YACHARAM (M),  RANGAREDDY

18

GOVT(DNT)  PS MAISIGANDI Kadthal (V)  Kadthal KADTHAL(M),   RANGAREDDY

19

GOVT(DNT) PS JUKAL THANDA Jukal (V)  Jukal SHAMSHABAD (M),  RANGAREDDY

20

GOVT. PS PEDDA SHAPUR(T) Peddashapur Peddashapur SHAMSHABAD(M),   RANGAREDDY

21

GOVT(DNT) UPS MADANAPALLY Madanpalle (V)  Madanpalle SHAMSHABAD(M),   RANGAREDDY

22

GOVT. HS CHEVELLA Chevella (V)  Chevella CHEVELLA (M),  RANGAREDDY

23

GOVT. UPS SHABAD Shabad (V)   Shabad SHABAD (M),  RANGAREDDY

24

GOVT.HS FAROOQNAGAR Farooqnagar(U.A) (V)   FAROOQNAGAR(M),   RANGAREDDY

 

URBAN RESIDENTIAL SCHOOLS  (URSLS)

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