Implementing  RTE and strengthening teaching learning process
“Quality Education for all”

“(Quality is that invisible detailing,knowing very well nobody may notice it and yet making it zero defect.Quality is surpassing expectations in everything)“

⇒ Free Education – Providing EE to all children with no direct costs like fees/capitation fees, or indirect costs. The Govt shall provide free textbooks, notebooks, midday meals, and uniforms.

⇒ Neighbourhood area of a school – Habitations in a safe walking distance of 1 km for a Primary School, 3 kms for a UP/HS having classes VI – VIII.

⇒ OSC – child in the age group of 6-14 who has not completed EE or has been absent from school for more than a month.

⇒ Specified category of schools – Residential schools including KGBV, APRIES, APTWREIS, APSWREIS, Ashram Schools, Sports schools.

– Academic Authority – SCERT

– Implementing Authority – SPD, SSA and includes C&D,SE


  1. Schedule Caste, Scheduled Tribe and Minorities girls and Urban Deprived are treated as Special Focused Group.  These communities are backward as socially, economically, educationally and in cultural aspects.
  2. Hence, these communities require special focus in providing educational opportunities to their children in respect of Access, enrolment, Retention and Quality. Accordingly special activities are designed for these children.
  3. Most of the Out of School Children are from the SC, ST and Minority groups(specially girls).
  4. All the 1499 habitations including Thandas, Harijianwadas and Urban Slums.

“We are guilty of many errors and many faults, but our worst crime is abandoning the children, neglecting the fountain of Life.Many of the things we need can wait.The child cannot.Right now is the time his bones are being formed, his blood is being made and his senses are being developed.To him we cannot answer “Tomorrow”.His name is “Today”(Gabriela Mistral Noble Prize-winner- poet from Chile).

STAREGIES ADOPTED TO ACHIEVE UEE:  Major Activities proposed for quality improvement in Elementary Education

Even after coverage of 100% access of primary schooling, there is a gap with respect to migrated children especially in the urban areas. 


1.Planning,2.Grants,3.Civilworks,4.Community Mobilisation,5.Quality improvement,6.Monitoring,7.Management,8.Media,9.MIS,10.Special Focus Groups,11.Enrollment,12.Retention,13.ECE,14.SC/ST Education,15.Girl Child Education,16.Education of OSC,17.Inclusive Education,18.CAL.19.Research and Evaluation.


Ranga Reddy AWP & B-2011-12.ppt


  • 86thConstitutional Amendment of 2002
  • Article 21-A inserted in Fundamental Rights stipulates that
  • The State shall provide free and compusory education to all children of the age of 6 – 14 years in such manner as the State may, by law, determine…it shall come into force from such date as the Central Government may by notification in the Official Gazette, appoint.
  • The Act was notified in the Gazette on August 27, 2009 and has been in effect since.
  • The AP Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Rules, 2010 have been in force from April, 01, 2010.
  • For the first time in the history of India, a law, namely “RIGHT OF CHILDREN TO FREE AND COMPULSORY EDUCATION” was brought into force by a speech by the Prime Minister.  In his speech, Dr. Manmohan Singh, Prime Minister of India stated that,
  • “We are committed to ensuring that all children, irrespective of gender and social category, have access to education. An education that enables them to acquire the skills, knowledge, values and attitudes necessary to become responsible and active citizens of India.”


  • The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009  came into effect in April 2010. The RTE mandates that the implementation of the rights enshrined in this Act be monitored by the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights and the corresponding State Commissions [Sections 31 and 32].Section 31 stipulates that the NCPCR shall:
  • Interface with all other relevant Ministries (MHRD, Labour, Home, Panchayat, Social Justice, Law, WCD)
  • Interaction with Civil Society ( NGO’s, Teachers Unions, Corporate Sector)
  • Develop strong MIS system to integrate the different data and provide trends/ actionable points

•     monitoring of the health of implementation system as well as improvement in school performance

RTE Act 2009 and AP State Rules.ppt


RTE Act-Legal Implications.pptx


Annual work plan & budgeting for the year 2014 – 15 of  Ranga reddy District sanctioned for Rs. 12664.79 Lakhs by the Government of India Ministry of HRD. 

In the district pending advances are Rs.2211.51 Lakhs .The pending advances are from the year 2009-10 .


During the year 2012-13 Uniforms have been  provided  to  all the  children studying from class 1 to class 8th (2,64,297) with an expenditure  of an amount  of Rs.8,46,67,840/-  an amount of Rs.7,47,47,268/- paid to Agencies and remaining balances Rs. 99,50,572/- to be paid and SMCs are instructed to paid immediately

For the year 2013-14 indent has been placed to APCO from 2314 SMCs and an amount of Rs.4,20,68,800/- has been released to SMCs 50% advance and SMCs are instructed to make payment to APCO.


@ 5000/- for Primary Schools and @ Rs. 7000/- for Upper Primary Schools and High Schools have been released.


Above (3) rooms @ Rs 10000/- and below (3) rooms @ Rs. 5000/- have been released to all PS, UPS & High Schools in the District.


Additional Class Rooms (ACR)      

768 ACRs have been sanctioned during the year 2012-13 out of which 227 ACRs have been completed and 408 ACRs are in progress

During 2013-14 ACRs are Not sanctioned


Construction and repairs of toilets have been providing by the RWS Department.

Kasturiba Gandhi Balika Vidyalayas (KGBVs)

For the existing 14 KGBs in the District  Bantawaram, Chevella, Ibrihmptnam, Maheswaram, Moinabad, Mominpet, Nawabepet, Pargi, Shabad, Shankerpally, Tandur, & Yacharam  @ of Rs. 125 lakhs  for  each KGVB to construct  the New Buildings  have  been sanctioned.

Shabad ,Tandur,Moinabad,Pargi,Maheshwaram,Bantwaram and Dharur KGBV are completed.

Compound Walls

129 Compound Wall have been sanctioned with an Estimate cost of Rs.429.839 Lakhs out of which 75 are completed and 40 are in progress.