TEACHERS DISTRIBUTION ACROSS CLASSES IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS

Following is the rationale for the subject wise distribution 

of teachers at Primary Level


  • Teacher selects the subject based on his/her interest and expertise.
  • Capacity building of teacher with a focus on one or two subjects, so that he can teach the same subjects effectively for all classes.
  • Training can be focused on one or two subjects for more number of day for their capacity building instead of focusing on all the subjects in the limited period.
  • Teachers can collect subject specific TLM in a focused way in their subject.
  • Teachers can Plan and take up remedial teaching to improve the basic competencies in their subjects.
Therefore, it is proposed for adapting subject specific responsibilities to the teachers and the nature of distribution of subjects in a multi grade situation is suggested here under.

Sl. No.No. of TeachersSubject Distribution
1Single teacher schoolsAll subjects all classes
2Two teacher schoolsT1 - 2 subjects - Telugu and English for classes I TO V
T2 - 2 subjects - Maths and EVS for classes I TO V
3Three teacher schoolsT1 - 1 & 2 Classes -
T2 - 2 Subjects - Telugu and English for classes III to V
T3 - 2 Subjects - Maths and EVS for classes III to V

(or)

T1 - Language Telugu for Classes I to V
T2 - Maths for classes I to V
T3 - English and EVS for classes I to V
4Four teacher schoolsT1 - 1 & 2 Classes
T2 - Language Telugu for 3,4,5 classes
T3 - Maths for 3,4,5 classes
T4 - English and EVS for all 3,4,5 classes

(or)

Each teacher should take one subject for all classes i.e., class I to V
5Five teacher schoolsT1 - Class I
T2 - Class II
T3 - Language Telugu for 3,4,5 classes
T4 - Maths for 3,4,5 classes
T5 - English and EVS for all 3,4,5 classes

(or)

T1 - class I and II
T2 - Language Telugu for 3,4,5 classes
T3 - Maths for 3,4,5 classes
T4 - English for all 3,4,5 classes
T5 - EVS for all 3,4,5 classes

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