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GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH
SE – Notification for admission of children in Class I under Section 12(1) (C) of the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act 2009 for the academic year 2023-24 for all Private Unaided Schools (IB/ICSE/CBSE/State syllabus) in Andhra Pradesh – Orders – Issued.
SCHOOL EDUCATION (PROG.II) DEPARTMENT
Read the following:
1. Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009
2. Andhra Pradesh Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Rules, 2010.
3. G.O.Ms.No.129, School Education (Prog.II)
4. From the CSE, AP, Lr.No.ESE02-19028/3/2022-GSGR- 1, Dt: 06/12/2022.
One of the features of the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act 2009 is to provide access and affordability for the children belonging to disadvantaged groups and weaker sections towards 25% seats in Private Unaided Schools in the country.
2. In the State of Andhra Pradesh, 100% affordability to the private unaided school is being provided to all the children belonging to disadvantaged groups and weaker sections in the State through Ammavodi Scheme.
3. For the accessibility towards 25% of seats of Private Un-aided schools as per Section 12(1) (C) of the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act 2009, for the children of disadvantaged groups and weaker sections, the processis beingtaken up through online by issuing this notification.
4. Accordingly, Government hereby issue the Notification for admission of children under 12 (1) (C) of the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act 2009 for allotment of 25% of seats in Class I, in all Private Un aided Schools following IB/ICSE/CBSE/State syllabus,for the academic year 2023-24 for all the Private Un-aided schools in the State. The detailed schedule for admissions is as follows:
5. Accordingly, for the academic year 2023-24, online applications are invited for the admission into class-I in all the Private Unaided Schools in the State following
IB/ICSE/CBSE/State syllabus, allowing every parent and guardian of eligible children Under Rule 9 of Free and Compulsory Education Rules, 2010 and they shall be responsible to apply for admissions under Sections 12(1) (C) during the academic year 2023-24 as per the schedule mentioned above.
(i) In order to apply for admission against 25% reserved seats in all private un-aided schools (IB/ICSE/CBSE/State syllabus following Private Un-aided Schools) under the Act, parent / guardian of eligible children may visit the online portal http://cse.ap.gov.in and apply themselves or with the support of the Headmaster / Principal of the school concerned or Mandal Education Officer (MEO)/ Village and Ward Secretariat. The Parent/guardian of the eligible children shall select multiple schools for admission of their child as per his/her choice in order of priority.
(ii) (a) Details of help desks for facilitating the application process;
(b) Toll-free helpline number14417is provided for redressing the issues during and after the admission process;
(c) The Mandal Educational Officers and District Educational Officers shall have separate login links for the portal.
(d) First those applications shall be considered where the residence tagged Grama Sachivalayam is within 1 km of the radius from the school. Thereafter the
applicants residing within the range of 3 km radius from the schools shall be taken into consideration.
(e) Within the neighborhood criterion of 1 km and 3 km distance, preference will be given to children who have siblings studying in the same school.
(f) If the applications of sibling category, in neighborhood range of 0-1 km are in excess of the seats of General Category, the draw of lots of all sibling applications (which have residence tagged Grama Sachivalayam within 1 km), shall be conducted to admit the students against the number of available seats.
(g) If the applications of sibling category within 0-1 km are less than the seats of non-DG/EWS category and if seats still remain vacant after exhausting sibling applications, the school shall admit the students on the basis of draw of lots from the remaining applications received under the neighborhood range of 0- 1 km.
(h) In case the total applications of 0-1 km is less than the number of seats of non-DG/EWS category, and vacancies still remain unfilled after exhausting the applications from the distance range of 0-1 km, the applications from the second neighborhood distance range of more than 1 km and up to 3 km shall be considered in the above manner i.e. out of the total applications from the neighborhood range of more than 1 km and up to 3 km, admission will be given to all siblings.
(i) If the applications of sibling category, in neighborhood range of more than 1 km up to 3 km are in excess of the vacant seats of non-DG/EWS category, the draw of all sibling applications (which have residence tagged Grama Sachivalayam within 3 km), shall be conducted to admit the students against the number of vacant seats.
(j) If the applications of sibling category within 3 km are less than the remaining vacant seats of General Category and if seats still remain vacant after exhausting sibling applications, the school shall admit the students on the basis of draw of lots from the remaining applications received under the neighborhood range of more than 1 km and up to 3 km.
(k) If vacancies still remain unfilled after exhausting the applications from the distance range of more than 1 km and up to 3 km, the applications from beyond the range of neighborhood of more than 3 km shall be considered in the above manner.
(l) All the Private Un-aided schools following IB/ICSE/CBSE/State syllabus in Andhra Pradesh shall reserve 25% of seats in Class-1 for the Academic Year 2023-24 for implementation of RTE 12(1)(C) as per the rule (1) of G.O.Ms.No.129, School Education (Prog-II) Dept, dt.15.07.2022, without deviation.
6. Help Desk:
(a) District Educational Officer / Mandal Educational Officer shall ensure that no charges are incurred from parents/guardians for the services offered at the help-desk. These services shall be a part of the role and responsibilities of the District Educational Officer / Mandal Educational Officer and schools and a voluntary service by the interested NGOs.
(b) The helpdesk shall stay functional till the completion of the admission process for the particular academic sessions.
(c) Service for submission of application is also provided at every village/ ward secretariats in the state at free of cost.
7. Eligibility Criteria for Admission:
Eligibility of children for admissions under Section 12(1)(c) of the Act shall be determined under Rule 9 of the Andhra Pradesh Right of Children to Free And Compulsory Education Rules, 2010 read with G.O.Ms.No.50 SE (Prog-II), dt.01.10.2020 and G.O.Ms.No.63, School Education (Prog.ll) Department, dt.28.12.2020 which is about six step validation.
The order of preference shall be followed by the schools covered under RTE Act 2009 in admitting the children in the State.
Note: 1) The above arrangement of reservations sequential order is applicable to all unaided private schools in plain area. Where orphans, HIV affected and the disabled are not available or available only to a certain extent, such vacancies will be filled by STs and SCs. After exhausting all applications for admission of Orphans, HIV affected and the disabled, SC and ST, if any seats remain unfilled such seats will be added to the percentage of weaker sections.
2) In Tribal areas, all ST Children should be admitted first. After exhausting applications of ST Children, SC Children may be admitted. After exhausting the SC and ST Children the remaining seats will be filed by others.
8. Procedure for submission of application online:
Detailed procedure for applying ONLINE is available in the website http://cse.ap.gov.in. The parent/guardian can download the Information at free of cost from the website w.e.f. 06.03.2023 onwards and they can submit their applications online from 18.03.2023 to 07.04.2023.
(i) The List of valid documents required for the application
process as proof of residence tagged Grama
achivalayam shall include any one of the following:
a. UID- Aadhaar Card of Parent / Guardian /Child
b. Voter Identity card
c. Electricity Bill
d. Driving License
e. Copy of Rent Agreement
f. Rice Card
g. Certificate from Tehsildar/Local Authority
h. Certificate from Child Welfare Committee (CWC), in case of children declared CNCP or CICL are residing in a Child Care Institution (CCI).The Aadhar number can be sought as per provisions under the Aadhaar.
(ii) Other essential documents for ascertaining the eligibility criterion
a. For the children with disability, certificate issued by
the persons having requisite qualifications and experience as certifying authorities, designated by the Government or as the case may be, as per the Guidelines for Evaluation and Procedure for Certification of Various Specified Disabilities notified under the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (RPwD) Act, 2016 (SADAREM Certificate is to be uploaded)
b. Children infected or affected with HIV/AIDs, will also have to submit their own or the medical certificates of their parents (Medical certificate is to be uploaded issued by the DMHO concerned).
c. Transgender children shall submit a medical certificate issued by Civil surgeon/ Superintendent of Government notified hospitals as a proof of their eligibility under the provision.
d. The certificates that shall be valid as a birth certificate includes all proof valid under the Aadhaar (Enrolment and Update) Regulations, 2016; Hospital/Auxiliary Nurse and Midwife (ANM) register record; Anganwadi record; Declaration through an affidavit of the age of the child by the parent or guardian.
9. AFTER COMPLETION OF THE ADMISSION PROCESS
a) The portal shall contain a school-wise list of children who got selected through the lottery process. The school will then update the status of admission of each child by selecting whether the child has taken admission or not.
b) The school shall individually approach the parents/guardian of each child for completing the admission process.
c) If the parent of the child to whom seat has been allotted is not traceable by the school for seven days, this may be treated as a dispute and referred to District Admission Monitoring Committee (DAMC). After the decision of DAMC, the seat may be released for admission of children in the waiting list.
d) In case the aggrieved party is not satisfied by the decision of DAMC, the District Collector / Magistrate shall be the final appellate authority.
e) In case any dispute is noted against a specific school, the DAMC may take suomoto cognizance and initiate inquiry.
f) Any issues with regard to documents shall be taken up by the DAMC.
g) Even after the completion of above stated process, if there is any seat vacant in any private school from the earmarked quota of 25 % seats, government will be competent to allot the vacant seats to eligible children through any method as it deems fit. The idea is, under no circumstances no earmarked seats for the children of disadvantage group and weaker section should remain vacant.
a) Any parent/guardian can file grievance to the District Admission Monitoring Committee (DAMC) within 07 days from the list of display of selected children.
b) Any person aggrieved by the decision of the DAMC may file an appeal against such decision of the DAMC may file an appeal against such decision before the APSERMC.
c) Such appeals should be filed within three months from the date of order of the DAMC and APSERMC shall dispose of all appeals within a time period of three months of filing.
d) The procedure for hearing all appeals shall be in accordance with rule 9(4) of APSERMC Act 21 of 2019.
Note:- The parents/guardians are requested to submit the application carefully with full awareness of notification. No Edit /Modification provision for the application once submitted.
The responsibilities of State Government, Commissioner of School Education, Regional Joint Director of School Education, District Educational Officer, Mandal Educational Officer, Parent, Principal/Headmaster, School Management, District Admission Monitoring Committee, are clearly mentioned in G.O.Ms.No.129, School Education (PROG.II) Department, Dated:15.07.2022 amended to G.O.Ms.No.20, School Education (PE- Progs.I) Dept., Dated:03.03.2011.
Note:- The details of Right of children to Free and Compulsory
Education Act (RTE Act, 2009), and Rules, (G.O.Ms.No.129 School Education (PROG.II) Department Dated:15.07.2022, G.O.Ms.No.20, School Education (PE-Progs.I) Dept., Dated:03.03.2011, G.O.Ms.No.50 SE (Prog-II), dt.01.10.2020, G.O.Ms.No.63, School Education (Prog.ll) Department, dt.28.12.2020)which is about six step validation, APSOP 2022-23, SOP of NCPCR etc., and detailed information are available in the website http://cse.ap.aov.in to apply for admission under Implementation of RTE 12 (1) (C)for the convenience of the applicant/parent/guardian.
10. Mode of reimbursement:
10.1 Government, after careful consideration, hereby fix Per child expenditure for all classes per annum in all Private Unaided Schools following IB/ICSE/CBSE/State syllabus in Andhra Pradesh for implementation of 12 (1) (C) of the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act 2009 in the State, as follows:
10.2. As mentioned in Para 2, 100% of the children belonging to disadvantaged groups and weaker sections going the private unaided schools are being covered under AmmaVodi scheme. As 100% of the children belonging to disadvantaged groups and weaker sections going the private unaided schools are getting covered under Ammavodi scheme, out of them only those parents whose children get seat in private unaided school through the process mentioned above will pay the reimbursement amount to the school after receipt of the Ammavodi amount at the end of the academic year with a condition of ensuring 75% of attendance of their ward. The reimbursement amount of per child expenditure to the school will be done by the parent from the amount they receive under the AmmaVodi scheme at the end of the academic year.
10.3. In case the parents do not pay that amount even after 60 days from the receipt of the amount under Ammavodi scheme, the Government will pay to the school deducting that amount from the Ammavodi amount of the subsequent year. This process of paying the per child expenditure by the parents directly to the school will give right to the parents to question about the quality of education provided by the school to their ward.
11. All the entitlements and facilities, as mentioned in rule 8 (2) of the Andhra Pradesh Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Rules, 2010,shall be provided to the students admitted under RTE 12(1)(C) by the school without any deviation. The managements shall not charge from the parents any amount more than the prescribed as per child expenditure by the Government.
12. The Commissioner of School Education, shall take further necessary action accordingly, in the matter.
(BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF ANDHRA PRADESH)
PRINCIPAL SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT
General FAQ RTE Andhra Pradesh 2023-24
Question: We do not have the birth certificate of the child?
Answer: Parents or guardians should apply for the birth certificate of the child (by visiting the district hospital) before the date of online application.
Question: Child does not have disability certificate?
Answer: Get the certificate of disability as soon as possible by filling the form for the certificate of disability (by visiting the district hospital).
Question: Date of Birth Verification Information
Answer: Birth certificate, Aadhaar card
Question: ID card information (with parent/guardian’s name and photo)
Answer : Aadhar card, Voter ID Card, driving license, PAN card
Question: Address proof details
Answer : Aadhar card, Ration card, Basic address proof, electricity bill
Student registration has been done, now what to do after this?
Answer: After filling the application, submit two copies of the application form and documents to the office of your block education officer. Check the admission status in the result after the lottery. If the name has come in the lottery then go to the school and get admission done.
Question: What is the fee to be paid in the school after getting admission under RTE?
Answer: The admitted student will not have to pay any fee, the fee will be reimbursed by the government to the school.
Question : How many schools can we choose for our child?
Answer: You can select at least one and maximum number of schools from the list which will be shown to you in the form.