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13 April, 2014

AP MODEL SCHOOL ADMISSIONS 2014

The admissions in AP MODEL SCHOOLS are as per the Guidelines of GOMsNo:17, which is explained below.

G.O.Ms.No. 17, Dated:11.02.2013 :: Secondary Education- Guidelines and procedure for admissions of students into Model Schools in the state of Andhra Pradesh from the Academic Year 2013-14-Approved-Orders-Issued.

Reference: From the Commissioner and Director of School Education, Andhra Pradesh,Hyderabad,Lr.C.No.832/A1/ Model Schools /RMSA /2012 , dated 06.12.2012.

ORDER:-

The Model Schools Scheme is meant for catering to the needs of Educationally Backward Mandals to provide quality education on Kendriya Vidyalaya template. The Government of India have sanctioned 355 Model Schools to Andhra Pradesh to be established in Educationally Backward Mandals. During the first year of establishment of Model Schools, classes VI to VIII and Junior Intermediate with M.P.C/ Bi.P.C/C.E.C/M.E.C groups will be opened in English Medium with co- education.  Hence, all the students who domicile from the Mandal or studied in the particular Mandal in any recognized institution may become exclusively eligible for admission into the Model Schools which are going to be operationalized from the academic year 2013-14.

1) Strength
a) Classes VI to X :


b) Intermediate:

2) It is also proposed that admissions for classes VI, VII, VIII shall be done as per the provisions of RTE Act XXXV of 2009 and procedure followed by APREIS will be adopted; admissions into Junior Intermediate shall be based on the marks scored in the SSC Examination in the order of merit.

3) In this connection, the reservations to be adopted for admission of students into the Model Schools are proposed as below after examining the reservation pattern of APREIS, APSWREIS, 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 are to be reserved to Girls.
v. If sufficient numbers of candidates of any particular group of BCs are not   available to fill up the seats reserved for  that group, they may be filled up by    suitable candidates in any other group.
vi. 50% seats will be for other communities.
vii. Each of the classes VI to X has two sections with an intake of 40 each. While      admitting the students the class shall be taken as a unit of 80 students for      Classes VI to X.  For Intermediate class, the unit shall be each group of 20      students.  However, in case of any non-availability of applicants in any      particular group, the total  strength of 80  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:

viii. Each of the classes Intermediate I and II year has two sections with an intake of 40 each. While admitting the students the Group shall be  taken  as  a  unit  of 20  students  and  the  community  wise distribution of seats for Intermediate I and II year is as follows:

Note:
a)  While  admitting  students,  care  should  be  taken  to  allot  minimum
33.33% seats to girls as indicated above.
b)  In ST, BC-A, D and E reserved communities, one seat is to be allotted for all these communities based on availability of applications in the order of ST, BC-A,  D  and E in addition to  the no.indicated above.
c) However as girls reservation is not feasible in ST / BC-  A, D & E categories due to availability of only one seat in these categories, care should be taken to select at   least one girl student from ST, BC-A, D and E  groups, if any applications are received from the said categories.
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:

xi. There shall be no income limitation to the parent/guardian of the student.  But preference goes to the student hailing from less income (annual income).
5) Procedure of Admissions:
a. The  RMSA,  Andhra  Pradesh,  Hyderabad  shall  issue  a notification  inviting  applications  for  admission  into  Model Schools for classes VI to VIII and first year Intermediate of MPC, BPC, MEC and CEC groups each of 20 students for the academic year 2013-14 in English Medium with State syllabi duly keeping the format of application in the website of the Model Schools, RMSA and will inform the public through News item and Advertisement as the case may be.
b. The printed application forms for admission into schools will be made available at the MEO’s office and will be issued FREE OF COST to the applicants.
c. The filled in applications along with enclosures as informed in the notification shall be received by the Principal of the Model School of the Mandal till the notified cut of date.
d. The Principal of the Model School of the Mandal will register the  applications  received  and  assign  registration  No.  in seriatim till the cut of time and date and then segregate them to prepare class wise and reserved community wise lists of
applicants.
e. The lists of applicants class wise and reserved community wise will be sent to the selection committee for drawl of lots or selection by merit as per marks scored in SSC for the purpose of Intermediate Admissions through the Convenor Principal of Model Schools and the Principal of the Model School of the Mandal shall participate in the selections for admissions as member when the item of admission work for
that school is being taken up.
f. While preparing selection lists, a waiting list of 20% seats also shall be prepared and candidates will be  admitted in the order from the wait list for the left over  vacancies  of the selection lists.

g. The  selection  of  the  students  will  be  made  through  a committee formed     under the Chairmanship of Addl. Joint Collector of the district either at a central place on one or more days or at different places depending on the number of
schools  located  in  the  District. The constitution  of  the committee shall be as below:
I.   Additional Joint Collector (Education)- Chairman
II.  District Educational Officer - Member

III. Regional Inspecting Officer, BIE - Member
IV. Deputy Educational Officer, RMSA - Member
V.  One  Principal  of  APREIS /  APSWERIS / APTWREIS nominated by the District Collector - Member
VI. Principal  of  one  of  the  Model  Schools  in  the  district nominated by the District Collector - Member Convener ( to co-ordinate the work of admissions of all the schools in the district)
VII. Principal of the Model School - Member- (While finalizing the  admissions of that school)
h. The Committee will draw the lots in presence of parents/public representatives to ensure complete transparency in selection of students for admissions.
i.  The left over vacancies of any class in a Model School will be allotted   to students from   other   Mandals   only   after exhausting the list of students of that particular Mandal to ensure economic optimization.
j.  The Selection lists and Waiting lists will be displayed at DEO’s office,  MEO’s  office  and  in  the  school  premises  after completion  of  admission  process  by  the  Committee.    A news item shall be released for the benefit of public of the Mandal and to help the selected students to approach for finalizing their admission in the school.
k. The  Collector  as  the  Chairman  of  the  District  Executive Committee can allot 5% of seats per class of 80 students and not exceeding 20 per school over and above the sanctioned strength to wards of the regular employees of Model Schools.
These students enjoy the benefit of school/college study only without any benefits as extended by the Government i.e. free text Books, Examination fee if any etc.
l.  In case of any dispute in admission, the decision of the Collector and Chairman of District Monitoring committee for Model Schools shall be final.
m.  The Principal of the Model School of the Mandal shall take steps to admit selected students duly verifying the certificates and maintain   Admission   and   Withdrawal   Register   for the School.
6) The   Commissioner   and   Director   of   School   Education   &   Ex-Officio Project Director, RMSA,Anadhra Pradesh, Hyderabad shall take necessary action accordingly Download G.O.Ms.No.17, Dt: 11.2.13
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