Subject Wise Work Distribution and Workload as per Academic Calendar 2016-17


1.      Distribution of work load – Subject-wise allotment of periods per week for classes VI to X – Assignment of teaching of class VII Maths subject to the Maths teacher instead of Physical Science teacher.
It is proposed that the School Assistants of Physical Science shall take up Mathematics classes for class VI along with Physical Science subject for classes VIII, IX and X. The Maths School Assistants shall take up Mathematics subject for classes VII, VIII, IX and X. The computer classes shall be taken by Physical Science School Assistant. The Headmaster must plan for implementation of co-curricular activities by assigning the subjects to the teachers keeping in view of work load. Head Master must see that equal allocation of periods combinedly for both curricular and co-curricular areas. The Headmaster shall develop time table for the school showing curricular and co-curricular areas along with teachers responsible to teach the subjects and display in the Headmaster room and staff room. In case if second teacher is allotted for Mathematics for single section schools, the Mathematics classes for classes VI and VII may be allocated to second Mathematics School Assistant. The Headmaster must take up 8 periods per week i.e. one complete subject for any one class i.e. VI to X and one or two periods for co-curricular activities. As a result Headmaster taking one subject for one class, if number of periods for a teacher is reduced, he/ she may be allocated with other co-curricular periods to balance the work load. If teachers come forward to take co-curricular activities like Value Education & Life Skills, Art & Cultural Education etc., the same may be allocated to them. Otherwise the periods for the subjects and co-curricular activities shall be allocated as per the suggested sheet on work load distribution enclosed herewith (The class-wise allocation of periods for subjects and work load distribution is enclosed).
  
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2. Subject-wise and Teacher-wise Work Distribution (Allotment of subject & no.of periods)
Class
Tel
Hin
Eng
Mat
Science
Lab for
Phy. & Bio. Sciences
Soc.
W.E & Comp.
Art & Cult. Edn.
Health & Physical
Edn.
Value Edn. & Life Skills
Library
periods (Tel+Hin+Eng
@1 each)
Total
Phy. Sci.
Bio.
Sci.
VI
6
4
6
6
6
1
6
2
2
3
3
3
48
VII
6
4
6
6
6
1
6
2
2
3
3
3
48
VIII
6
4
6
8
5
4
1
6
2
2
3
1
0
48
IX
6
4
6
8
5
4
1
6
2
2
3
1
0
48
X
6
4
6
8
5
4
1
6
2
2
3
1
0
48
Total
30
20
30
36
15
24
5
30
10
10
15
9
6
240




3. Teachers work load subject-wise

HM
8 periods (one full subject for
6 periods + 2 co-curricular periods)
Maths
30 (VII to X  subject periods)
Telugu
30+1=31;   (30 periods for subject i.e. VI to X  + 1 period for Value Edn. for class X)
Phy.Sci.
22+10=32 periods 
 (15 periods for subjects of Phy. Science for classes VIII to X & 6 periods for Mathematics for class VI + 1 period for lab +
10 periods for Work & Comp. Edn. for classes VI to X.)
Hindi
20+8=28    (20 periods for subject i.e. VI to X + 8 periods for Value Edn. for class VI to IX)
Bio.Sci.
28 periods  
(12 periods for subjects of Bio. Science for classes VIII to X +
14 periods for General Science for classes VI & VII +
2 periods for lab)
English
30 (VI to X subject periods)
Social Studies
30 (VII to X  subject periods)
PET
25 (15 periods for Physical & Health Edn. + 10 periods for Art & Cultural Edn.)
Note: 1. Headmaster must take one complete subject for a class based in his subject. As a result of this, the number of periods for the subject teacher may be reduced and co-curricular periods like Value Education/ Art Education may be given to that extent. If Headmaster, handles about 6/ 7 periods for a subject to a class, the remaining 1 or 2 periods may be allocated to co-curricular activities.
2. If Physical Education Teacher is not available, the periods pertaining to Health & Physical Education and Art & Cultural Education periods may be allocated to other teachers equally.
3. Health & Physical Education includes both theory and games. With regard to theory, the aspects of health, hygiene, nutrition etc. may be discussed during forenoon session. Games, sports and massdrill may be taken up in the afternoon session.
4. The library and laboratory periods are important and part of formative assessment. They must be conducted and concerned records may be developed. Headmaster must facilitate for this by strengthening library and labs. The Science teacher shall plan and conduct experiments at least one period per week in the lab. In case if lab room is not available, he/ she has to conduct the experiment in the classroom.
5. In case special library room is not available in the schools, the language teachers must get the books from almirahs and distribute to the children during the period and return the same after the period. One or two students shall be made in-charge for this. This supports reading and reflection item under Formative Assessment. Three such periods are available for classes VI and VII per week @1 period for each of Telugu, Hindi and English. Language teachers must utilize this period.
6. Four (4) periods were allocated towards lab activities for both Physical and Biological Science @2 per each in a month (1st and 3rd week Physical Science; 2nd and 4th week for Biological Science).

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