Monday, 4 December 2017

Telangana Study Tours (Excursions) Safety Guidelines - TS Govt released of Rs.8400 per each high school to 9,10 classes students to go to Excursions and School Study Tours

Telangana Government released of Rs.8400 per each high school to 9,10 classes students to go to excursion School Excursions and School Study Tours.   Telangana Study Tours Standard basic Safety Guidelines. Check Your school name in the list Telangana School Education Department, Telangana SSA, RMSA, Higher Education Department, Standard basic safety measures/guidelines, Study Tours.  Government residential school students can now go on excursions, Rs 1.64 crore sanctioned The State government has decided to permit the government residential schools for organising excursion from this academic year. The government has sanctioned `1.64 crore for excursions and had released recently guidelines in this regard. The aim is to improve students’ knowledge about historical places and about other aspects as well. The State government has directed the schools to limit the tour to Telangana only and complete it before January. Check you school from below list .




and DSE has issued Proceedings Rc.No.303 to all District Educational officers and Regional Joint Directors of School Education. In this regarding the C and DSE has requested them, to issue following guidelines under at their control at the time of study Tours under various schemes
There are about 73 government residential schools in the erstwhile district. The education officials have given permission to take 40 students (from class IX and X) from each school to the tour by RTC bus. The government will spend `200 for each student. According to the rules, one teacher will work as a team leader for a team of 15 students and if girls are going in the excursion, female teachers will accompany them.


Previously, there Residential school students were not allowed to go for excursion. Few years ago, many government high schools collected money from students and sent them for tours. But, as the competition between government and private schools increased regarding the SSC pass percentage, some of the schools stopped organising excursion.

Residential school students and their parents are expressing happiness on government’s decision. Most of the residential school students are from villages and have never gone out, so this is an opportunity for them to explore other places and also improve their knowledge. District education officials said that they have received information regarding the excursion, but they have not received any order from the government yet.

One teacher to lead team of 15 kids
According to rules, one teacher will be a leader for a team of 15 students and if girls are going in the excursion, female teachers will accompany them


TS Govt released of Rs.8400 per each high school to 9,10 classes students to go to Excursions and School Study Tours Check Your school name in the list:



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Study Tours Standard Safety Guidelines:


Telangana State Government, School Education Department had sent Standard basic Safety measures/guidelines on Study Tours in the reference of received a Circular from Govt. Of India, Ministry of Human Resource Development through tt's department govt. order no.1498 to the Commissioner and Director of School Education, Telangana,  the State Project Director, RVM (SSA) , the Director,RMSA, Telangana State and the Higher Education Department. The School Education Department has requested above said them to issue the following Standard basic safety measures/guidelines under their control at the time of Study Tours under various schemes.


As per the above subject, C and DSE has issued Proceedings Rc.No.303 to all District Educational officers and Regional Joint Directors of School Education. In this regarding the C and DSE has requested them, to issue following guidelines under at their control at the time of study Tours under various schemes.

Standard basic safety measures  at the time of Study Tours

  1.  The Head of the Institution should ensure that the tour undertaken is required for the benefit of students and is related to the curriculum of the course In which such students are enrolled.
  2.  The Head of the Institution should ensure security i-cards to all such students and maintain a separate data base of the personal details like guardian/local guardian, home address, mobile, email etc. Of such students and the same is carried by the students on his person.
  3.  The Head of the Institution should ensure that written permission of one of the parents or the local guardian is submitted on behalf of every such student wanting to participate in an educational tour.
  4.  The Head of the Institution should ensure that there is a senior teacher accompanying the students on such and educational tour. Further, a senior lady teacher should accompany if there are girl students participating in the educational tour.
  5.  The Head of the Institution should ensure that prior permission of the organization is obtained in advance such educational tours are undertaken.
  6.  If the tour is undertaken to public places, dam cities, power plants, sea beaches etc., a written communication must be made to the District Magistrate or concerned authorities.
  7.  If the educational tour has more than 10 participants, it is necessary to hire a local tour operator who is well aware of the local conditions and can advise accordingly.
  8.  The Head of the Institution should ensure that an undertaking Is taken from every participating student that they would abide by all the rules and also that they have submitted the permission by their parents or local guardian before they participate in the educational tour.
  9.  The Head of the Institution should also certify in the form of an undertaking that the institute will provide all necessary help in case of emergency or otherwise to all such students who are part of the educational tour.


Download the Study Tours Standards Guidelines

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