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Saturday, 18 July 2015

Big Numbers-2 (5th Class)

Raghavendra's wholesale shop


Raghavendra is a wholesale merchant. He has stocked the grains and pulses. He sells to various grocercy shops like this-
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Now answer the following questions.
(a) How many sugar bags are there in the shop? How many kg of sugar is there
in the shop?
(b) How many kg of Bengal gram is there in the shop?
(c) The weight of which pair of items is less than 1000 kg?
(d) The weight of which pair of items is equal to 1000 kg?
(e) Which items are more than 1000 kg in weight?
(f) What is the weight of wheat, maize and rice taken together?
(g) Make more questions of your choice on the picture given in the previous
page.

Big Numbers-1 (5th Mathematics)

        It is cricket time and the children of class 5 were busy discussing the events of yesterday's match between India and Sri Lanka. The class teacher was aware about children's cricket fever and came well prepared into the classroom and started asking them about their favourite bowlers.
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Teacher then made the following table on the board-
Name of the bowler Country Wickets taken in international
matches till September 2012
Muralidharan Sri Lanka 1347
Sharne Warne Australia 1001
Anil Kumble India 956
Kapil Dev India 687
Walsh West Indies 519
Teacher then started asking children questions based on the numbers written on the board.
(a) Who has taken the highest number of wickets? _________
(b) How many more wickets has Kumble taken than Kapil Dev? _________
(c) How many more wickets has Kapil Dev taken than Walsh? _________

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Teacher: Now, do not calculate the exact number of wickets but estimate and tell me about how many more wickets has Muralidharan taken than Walsh?
Rehana explained : Teacher, Walsh has taken about 500 wickets and Muralidharan has taken about 1300, so Muralidharan has taken about 800 wickets more.

Teacher: Good!

Now, you estimate and answer the following
questions.

(a) About how many more wickets has Muralidharan taken than Kapil Dev? ______
(b) About how many more wickets has Muralidharan taken than Kumble? ______
(c) About how many more wickets has Muralidharan taken than Warne? ______

Monday, 13 July 2015

Model school Admission Test - 2015 Question Paper

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Model school Admission Test - 2015 
Class - IV

Telugu, Mathematics, Environmental Studies & English

 INSTRUCTIONS TO THE CANDIDATES
(Read the instructions carefully before answering questions)

  1. This question paper consists of 100 questions in four sections. 1 mark for each question.
  2. Section-1: Telugu : Question No. 1 25; Section-2: Maths: Question No. 26 to 50; Section-3: Environmental Studies : Question No. 51-75; and Section-4 : English : Qustion No. 76 to 100.
  3. Each question consists of four multiple choice answers. Candidates should opt any one answer for each question.
  4. Answer to be written with blue/black ball pen only.
  5. Answer to be written in the bracket provided to each question.
  6. Over-writing, correction, using white fluid will not be considered for valuation.
  7. Candidates have to attend with their own writing pad and pen.
  8. After the completion of the examination, candidates have to handover the answered question paper to the room-invigilator.
  9. Candidate should ensure that invigilator has signed his signature on the space provided on Question Paper.
  10. Electronic gadgets like Cell phone, Pager, Calculator, Electronic Watches, Bluetooth, Electronic pens, head phones, Ear phones, Mathematical tables and Log tables are not allowed into the examination hall. 
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4 Environmental Studies Section-3 Get PDF file
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Saturday, 11 July 2015

Primary(I-V) Classes Formative-1 Question Papers

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Friday, 10 July 2015

Important Material or Notes for Students

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1st Class A4 size wallposter - Basket(గంప) View Download
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Tell the names of the pictures(చిత్రాలను చూసి పదాలను చెప్పడం) View Download
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Letters and Sounds(Graphemes and phonemes for reading) View Download
1st Class A4 size Numbers Chart ( 0 to 899) View Download
Telugu Saamethalu (తెలుగు సామెతలు)(సేకరించబడినవి) View Download
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Good Words in Telugu (మంచి మాటలు)(సేకరించబడినవి) View Download
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TS SSC(10th Class) Annual Examinations-2015 Question Papers in PDF

SSC Egnlish Medium Question Papers - March/April 2015| SSC Telugu Medium Question Papers - March/April 2015 | SSC Examinations-2015 | 10th Class Annuaul Examination -2015 | SSC Public Examinations - 2015 | 10th Class Public Examinations - 2015 | SSC Question Papers
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3 Hindi (Second Language) Update Soon
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Primary Classes (I-V) Summative-III Examinations-2015 Question Papers

Primary Classes Question Papers | Summative-III Question Papers | I to V classes Question Papers | Primary Classes all Subjects Question Papers | Annual Question Papers-2015
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Sunday, 28 June 2015

I to X Class all subject eTextBooks in PDF format

E-Books
Class Medium Subjects
F.L. S.L. English Maths Phy. Sc. Bio. Sc. Social Envi. Edn.
10th Telugu 10_TEL 10TM_HIN 10_ENG 10TM_MAT 10TM_PHY 10TM_BIO 10TM_SOC 10TM_EE
English 10EM_HIN 10EM_MAT 10EM_PHY 10EM_BIO 10EM_SOC 10EM_EE
Urdu 10UM_URD 10_TEL(SL) 10UM_MAT 10UM_PHY 10UM_BIO 10UM_SOC 10UM_EE
Hindi 10HM_HIN 10_SAN_OC 10HM_MAT 10HM_PHY 10HM_BIO 10HM_SOC 10HM_EE
9th Telugu 9_TEL 9TM_HIN 9_ENG 9TM_MAT 9TM_PHY 9TM_BIO 9TM_SOC 9TM_EE
English 9EM_HIN 9EM_MAT 9EM_PHY 9EM_BIO 9EM_SOC 9EM_EE
Urdu 9UM_URD 9_TEL(SL) 9UM_MAT 9UM_PHY 9UM_BIO 9UM_SOC 9UM_EE
Hindi 9HM_HIN 9_SAN_OC 9HM_MAT 9HM_PHY 9HM_BIO 9HM_SOC 9HM_EE
8th Telugu 8_TEL 8TM_HIN 8_ENG 8TM_MAT 8TM_PHY 8TM_BIO 8TM_SOC -
English 8EM_HIN 8EM_MAT 8EM_PHY 8EM_BIO 8EM_SOC
Urdu 8UM_ URD 8_TEL(SL) 8UM_MAT 8UM_PHY 8UM_BIO 8UM_SOC
Hindi 8HM_HIN 8_SAN_OC 8HM_MAT 8HM_PHY 8HM_BIO 8HM_SOC
7th Telugu 7_TEL 7TM_HIN 7_ENG 7TM_MAT 7TM_GENSC 7TM_SOC -
English 7EM_HIN 7EM_MAT 7EM_GENSC 7EM_SOC
Urdu 7UM_ URD 7_TEL(SL) 7UM_MAT 7UM_GENSC 7UM_SOC
Hindi 7HM_HIN 7_SAN_OC 7HM_MAT 7HM_GENSC 7HM_SOC
6th Telugu 6_TEL 6TM_HIN 6_ENG 6TM_MAT 6TM_GENSC 6TM_SOC -
English 6EM_HIN 6EM_MAT 6EM_GENSC 6EM_SOC
Urdu 6UM_ URD 6_TEL(SL) 6UM_MAT 6UM_GENSC 6UM_SOC
Hindi 6HM_HIN 6_SAN_OC 6HM_MAT 6HM_GENSC 6HM_SOC
5th Telugu 5_TEL - 5_ENG 5TM_MAT 5TM_EVS -
English 5EM_MAT 5EM_EVS
Urdu 5UM_ URD 5UM_MAT 5UM_EVS
Hindi 5HM_HIN 5_SAN_OC 5HM_MAT 5HM_EVS
4th Telugu 4_TEL - 4_ENG 4TM_MAT 4TM_EVS -
English 4EM_MAT 4EM_EVS
Urdu 4UM_ URD 4UM_MAT 4UM_EVS
Hindi 4HM_HIN 4_SAN_OC 4HM_MAT 4HM_EVS
3rd Telugu 3_TEL - 3_ENG 3TM_MAT 3TM_EVS -
English 3EM_MAT 3EM_EVS
Urdu 3UM_ URD 3UM_MAT 3UM_EVS
Hindi 3HM_HIN 3_SAN_OC 3HM_MAT 3HM_EVS
2nd Telugu 2_TEL - 2_ENG 2TM_MAT - -
English 2EM_MAT
Urdu 2UM_ URD 2UM_MAT
Hindi 2HM_HIN 2HM_MAT
1st Telugu 1_TEL - 1_ENG 1TM_MAT - -
English 1EM_MAT
Urdu 1UM_URD 1UM_MAT
Hindi 1HM_HIN 1HM_MAT

Wednesday, 10 June 2015

Rc. 405 Academic Calendar 2015-16 - New School Timings in TS

PROCEEDING OF THE DIRECTOR OF SCHOOL EDUCATION, TELANGANA
Rc.No. 405/D/C&T/SCERT/2015                        Dated:10.06.2015

Sub:SCERT, Telangana, Hyderabad – Academic Calendar for 2015-16 and other academic issues – Orders issued – Reg

Ref: Govt. Memo No. 1840/SE.Prog.II/A2/2015, Dated: 09.06.2015.

School timings the school timings for both Primary and Upper Primary/ High Schools is given here under.

Primary Schools :

7 hours per day including lunch break and short term intervals 09.00 AM to 04.00 PM with lunch break from 12.10 PM to 01.10 PM with eight (8) periods. The first period will be 45 minutes and the rest of the periods are 40 minutes duration.

Upper Primary Schools :

7 ½ hours per day including lunch break and short term intervals 09.00 AM to 04.30 PM with lunch break from 12.30 PM to 01.20 PM with eight (8) periods. All the periods are 45 minutes duration expect last period which is for co-curricular activities for a time period of 70 minutes that is 35+35 minutes for co-curricular activities/ subject transaction.

High Schools :

7 ½ hours per day including lunch break and short term intervals 09.30 AM to 05.00 PM with lunch break from 01.00 PM to 02.00 PM with eight (8) periods. The periods i.e. the first 6 periods will be for 45 and the last 2 periods will be of 40 minutes each duration.

GHMC located Schools Timings :

No change of time. Present timings will continue. However, the total school hours i.e. 7 hours for Primary and 7 ½ hours for Upper Primary and High Schools shall be followed as per RTE Act-2009.

Summer vacation:

The summer vacation for the teachers and children will be from 24th April to 11th June, 2015 as usual and as per the earlier pattern being followed. The schools will be reopen on 12th June, 2015

Inter-school, Inter-district and State Level competitions-Schedule :

=>School Level- During July, 2015
=> Mandal/ Division Level- Before 20th August, 2015
=>District Level- 21st August to 15th September, 2015
=>Selected candidates may be sent to State Level competitions to be held during September/October, 2015.

Vacation period :

The vocation for both Dussehra and Sankranthi festival is given here under which will be reflected in the academic calendar.
=>First term vacation for Dasera will be from 10th to 25th October, 2015.
=> Second term vacation for Sankranthi will be from 11th to 17th January, 2016.
=> However, second term vacation for Christian minority schools will be from 24th to 30th December, 2015.

The dates and months of various internal exams :

The internal exams i.e. Formative Assessment (FA) scheduled for four times i.e. FA1, FA2, FA3 and FA4. Further two summative assessments have been scheduled. The dates and months of both internals that is Formative Assessment and summative examinations are given here under.

Formative Assessment Schdule 
Sl. noFormative Assessment (FA)Evaluating children works and awarding the grades
1FA1 31st July, 2015
2FA231st August, 2015
3FA330th November, 2015
4FA4 for classes I to IX 28th February, 2016
5FA4 for class X 31st January, 2016
Summative Assessment Schdule
Sl.NoSummative Assessment (SA)Dates for conducting Summative Assessments
1SA1 (First term)Before Dussehra vacation i.e. 3rd to 9th October, 2015
2SA2 (Second term) for classes I to IX7th to 14th March, 2016
3SSC Public ExamsAs decided by Government

After conduct of SA2 examinations, the teachers shall value the answer scripts and give it to the children and complete all related Records and Registers and declare the results on 20th March, 2016. Parents meeting may be convened and results may be discussed and Progress Cards (Cumulative Records) shall be issued to all the children on 20th March, 2016

The Head Masters may be requested to collect the books from the children and maintain a book bank as was done by some of the DEOs during the academic year 2014-15. Some assignments and home work to the children during summer vacation may be given so that their studies will be continued without a break. The assignments under Formative Assessment-1 may be given to the children to perform during summer vacation.

The DEOs are requested to deploy the teachers from the private aided and private schools for invigilation work and utilize the services of the teachers from the Government schools mainly as Chief Superintendents in the centres.

For spot valuation of SSC examinations, government teachers only will be taken. The services of Primary teachers shall not be used as invigilators and other related duties for SSC/ Intermediate examinations as per RTE Act.

Teacher trainings :

In order to improve the quality of the trainings, the focus will be on developing subject specific forums at State and District Level for all the subjects. Good and committed teachers may be identified to act as Resource Persons. Their services will be used for training and academic monitoring of schools and supporting DCEB activities. ICT will be used for supporting teachers for effective implementation of curriculum.

School Complex Meetings :

=>It is proposed for strengthening of School Complex Meetings. Professional expertise is required for the Asst. Secretaries and accordingly may be selected. The expert LFL HMs may also be considered for Primary meetings.
=>Effective monitoring for regular attendance of teachers and their participation shall be focused.
=>The DIETs/ CTEs shall focus on effective conduct of School Complex Meetings and training to School Complex HMs and Asst. Secretaries.
=>A Handbook on School Complex Meetings may be developed.

Academic monitoring of schools to ensure effective implementation of curriculum and achieving the expected learning outcomes :

=>The DEOs shall plan for and ensure strong and effective academic monitoring of schools to ensure effective implementation of curriculum and CCE and ensure children learning achievement.
=>The Dy.EOs may be supported with an expert group of subject specific Head Masters and SRGs/ DRGs as a panel. The panel inspection of High Schools shall be taken up once in a quarter.
=>The performance of schools against the standards as benchmarked may be taken up in the form of self appraisals followed by external appraisals by the panel. The performance data of the schools shall be put on-line for generating the reports.
=> Similarly, a group with MEO with DRGs and other expert teachers to monitor the Primary Schools

Remedial teaching to address the children backward in basic competencies of reading, writing and arithmetic :

        High School Head Masters are responsible to ensure all children to attain basic competencies of reading, writing and arithmetic so as to enable the children to participate in the teaching learning process and involve in self learning. Therefore, a target is fixed on every Head Master of High Schools that there shall be no students without basic competencies of reading, writing and arithmetic pertaining to class VI to X by 30th October, 2015. Similarly, target is set for Primary School Head Masters to make all children read and write and basic arithmetic for classes II to V by the end of October, 2015. It is up to the Head Masters and their staff to discuss and finalize a strategy to achieve the expected competencies of basic literacy and numeracy. Otherwise it is insulting to have children without reading and writing even after schooling of 4 to 8 years in our schools. The State monitoring teams shall observe the efforts of Head Master and teachers in planning and addressing the basic competencies among students and progress therein

Half day schools :

       The existing system of half day schools is removed and full session schools shall be conducted from 15th March to 23rd April.

      Therefore, the RJDSEs and DEOs are requested to read the above instructions carefully and discuss the above instructions with Dy.EOs, DIET staff, MEOs and plan for programmes for effective implementation of curriculum and improve the learning achievement the children. The DEOs are requested to furnish an action plan on the above issues to the Director of School Education by 25th June, 2015 without fail. The State Level team shall review the initiation of the DEO in planning and implementation of above issues during the team visits. The Director, SCERT shall monitor the academic issues as above and progress and furnish a report on quarterly basis to the Director of School Education undersigned


Essential Elements for SWACHH PATASHALA


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ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS FOR SWACHH PATASHALA

Every school must have the following components as part of Swachh Patashala. 
Water
o Daily provision of safe drinking water
o Daily provision of safe drinking water for food preparation and cooking
o Daily provision of adequate water supply for toilets, urinals and hand washing stations with water storage tank
Note: Ideally every school should have atleast 1 functional source of water, inside the school premises. In its absence, school must ensure that all students bring potable water from home.

Sanitation
o Atleast one separate toilet each for boys and girls, with one unit generally having one toilet (WC) plus 3 urinals; accessible to Children With Special Needs (CWSN) as well
Each toilet should be child friendly and should have all components below:
ü   Access to water by use of bucket or tap
ü   1 ceramic rural squatting pan
ü   1 door with latch for each toilet
ü   1 ventilator in each toilet or an opening for at least 4 hrs of sunlight exposure
ü   Roof cover that provides privacy and protection from sun and rain
ü   Bucket and mug in each toilet
o Atleast one separate urinal for boys and girls
o In case of upper primary and high schools, atleast one girls toilet should have covered dustbin for disposing used sanitary napkins
o All toilets must be connected to leach pit /septic tank/ bio-digester or sewerage system
Note: The RTE recommends one toilet for every 80 students and one urinal for every 20 students
Note:  If source of water is not inside the toilet block, school should ensure access to water through a water drum or bucket.
Handwashing
o Hand washing facilities close to the toilet to be used after toilet use
o Group handwashing facilities allowing groups of 10-12 students to wash hands at the same time before midday meal
o Daily access to soap for MDM cooks for handwashing
o Soap must be made available to students at all times for handwashing after toilet use
Note: In the absence of group handwashing facilities, school should provide handwashing facility either by bucket and soap Or tap and soap

Solid waste disposal
o Every classroom must have a dustbin
o School should have a pit within the school premises or Municipal or Panchayat bin for disposal of waste from classrooms and kitchen
Note: Waste segregation must be promoted; Dustbins to be used for dry waste and pits for wet waste



Child Cabinet
Every school must encourage constitution of a Child Cabinet (Student Committee) with the objective of creating a platform for students to discuss and address issues related to education, sanitation and other activities. Child cabinets will play a major role in involving the students in day to day school activities and create a sense of responsibility and leadership among them.
Composition of Child Cabinet
1.     Prime Minister
2.     Sports & Cultural Minister and a sub-committee
3.     Health Minister and a sub-committee
4.     Education And Environment Minister and a sub-committee
5.     Food Minister and a sub-committee
Responsibilities of Child Cabinet
i)       Prime Minister calls for meetings and monitors activities of all Ministers.
ii)    Health Minister, with the help of his/her sub-committee:
a.     monitors personal hygiene of all students everyday
b.     monitors hand washing activity using soap at critical times for all the students
c.      monitors functionality of  toilets and urinals
d.     monitors whether cooks and food handling staff wash hands with soap before handling food – cooking and serving
e.      monitors MDM and checks if cooked meals are covered properly
f.       monitors whether cooking and serving utensils used in Mid Day Meal are washed properly
g.     monitors cleanliness of the kitchen shed and kitchen garden if available
iii)  Sports & Cultural Minister, with the help of his/her sub-committee:
a.     monitors sports and cultural activities of the school
b.     is responsible for preserving sports materials
c.      checks regularly, the height and weight of students

iv)  Education and Environment Minister with the help of his/her sub-committee:
a.     preserving the TLM, Library Books etc. and also monitor the uses of Library books by the students
b.     Monitors gardening activities
A complaint box should be provided in the school where students are allowed to drop their complaints, suggestions i.e. cleanliness of toilets, availability of soap, lack of learning material. The Child Cabinet, supported by a teacher, addresses the issues.