Wednesday, January 2, 2019

AP Permission accorded for Up gradations of certain M.P.U.P. Schools into High Schools

AP Permission accorded for Up gradations of certain M.P.U.P. Schools into High Schools as per G.o.No:1, Dated:02/01/2019
AP Permission accorded for Up gradations of certain M.P.U.P. Schools into High Schools /AP School Education Department Permission accorded for Up gradations of certain M.P.U.P. Schools into High Schools (10 Schools) by opening of Classes IX and X during the academic years 2017-18 and 2018-19 Accorded Orders Issued as per G.o.No:1, Dated:02/01/2019.


AP Permission accorded for Up gradations of certain M.P.U.P. Schools into High Schools as per G.o.No:1 Dated:02/01/2019


In the references read above, the Commissioner of School Education, AP., has informed that the Regional Joint Directors of School Education have furnished the following proposals for grant of permission for upgradation of certain M.P.U.P. Schools into High Schools (10 Schools) by opening of next Higher Classes IX and X (T.M/ U.M) during the academic years 2017-18/ 2018-19:



AP School Education Department Permission accorded for Up gradations of certain M.P.U.P. Schools into High Schools (10 Schools) by opening of Classes IX and X during the academic years 2017-18 and 2018-19 Accorded Orders Issued as per G.o.No:1, Dated:02/01/2019

AP Permission accorded for Up gradations of certain M.P.U.P. Schools into High Schools 


After careful examination of the proposal of the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Amaravati, Government hereby accord permission to the Commissioner of School Education, A.P. for Up-gradation of above (10) M.P.U.P
Schools into High Schools by opening of Classes IX and X (T.M /U.M) during the academic years 2017-18 and 2018-19 respectively, subject to condition that there is no additional staff and financial commitment to Government towards salaries to additional staff and additional infrastructure required, if any etc.

The Commissioner of School Education, Andhra Pradesh shall take necessary further action in the matter.



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