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Telangana School Academic Calendar 2021 Time Table

Telangana School Academic Calendar 2021 Time Table

Telangana School Academic Calendar 2021. Memo.No.3552/SE.Prog.II/A1/2020 Dated:21.01.2021 Sub: School Education Dept. – Academic Calendar for Classes 9th and 10th for the Academic Year 2020-21- Reg. Ref: 1. Govt.Memo. No.5640/SE/Prog.II/A1/2020, Dt:12.01.2021. 2. From the Director, School Education, Telangana, Hyd, Lr.Rc.No.100/Genl/2020, dt:20.01.2021.

Based on the proposal of the Director of School Education, Telangana, Hyderabad in the reference 2nd cited, the Academic Calendar for Classes 9th and 10th for the year 2020-21 as approved by the Government is appended herewith as Annexure.

2. The Director of School Education, Telangana, Hyderabad is requested to take necessary action in the matter, duly following the guidelines issued vide reference 1 cited.

ACADEMIC CALENDAR 2020-21 FOR 9th Class and 10th Class:

Telangana  School Academic Calendar 2021 Time Table

1. The prevailing situations of COVID-19 have redefined the way of leaming in the academic year 2020-21 from face-to-face mode to remote learning through TV, computers, mobile phones etc. The schools in the state of Telangana normally reopen every year on 12 of June but for the academic year 2020-21 schools have not reopened physically for the students.

SCERT has developed an Alternative Academic Calendar for 16 weeks for Primary, Upper Primary and Secondary levels based on the Alternative Academic Calendar developed by NCERT and Worksheets for classes 2 to 10 in all subjects for 16 weeks were developed and hosted on SCERT website vide Govt. Memo No.3552/SE-Prog. II/A1/2020, dt: 24.08.2020.

DSE has issued detailed Guidelines on online/offline instructions, roles responsibilities of various stakeholders vide proceedings Re.No. 100/Genl/2020, dt: 01.09.2020 through Doordarshan and TSAT, and other digital platforms The present digital classes being conducted through Doordarshan and TSAT, and other digital platforms shall continue and a blended form of learning through both online and offline platforms, shall be made available to students up to April, 2021.

The Government has issued guidelines for reopening of schools for the year 2020-21 for classes 9 and 10 from 1 February, 2021.

Date of re-opening of schools for classes 9th and 10th01.02.2021
The last working day26.05.2021
Summer vacation27.05.2021 to 13.06.2021
Syllabus distributionProject-work, assignment upto 30% of the syllabus has already been communicated and it shall be completed at home under the guidance of teachers and parents. This will not be the part of internal assessments and year-end Summative Assessment Board Examinations.
• The remaining upto 70% syllabus shall be taught in schools by the teachers and also online.

Examination Schedule

Formative Assessment 1 (fa1)By 15.03.2021
Formative Assessment (fa2)By 15.04.2021
Summative Assessment (sa)17.05.2021 to 26.05.2021.
SSC Board examinations17.05.2021 to 26.05.2021.

• Every child who is willing to write the relevant exam shall be allowed to do so without insisting on minimum attendance and no such child will be withheld from writing the exuminations on any grounds.


INSPIRE, JNNSMEE and Science Seminar will be conducted in virtual mode only. Following is the tentative schedule for the Science exhibitions and seminars to be held at various levels:

EventDristrict LevelState LevelNational Level
INSPIRECompleted1st Week of FebruaryFebruary/March
Sciences seminarFebruary/MarchMarch/April


MonthNo. of working days (including 2nd Saturday)Activities schedule
February 202124Schools reopen for classes 9 and 10 on 01.02.2021. • Revision of lessons conducted through various digital platforms remote learning.
March 202125• FAI: By 15.03.2021-classes and 10 (34 working days) • Students’ performance shall be recorded in the Registers and Cumulative Records by 16.03.2021.
April 202121FA2: By 15.04.2021 – classes 9h and 10th (56 working days) • Students’ performance shall be recorded in the Registers and Cumulative Records by 16.04.2021.
May 202119• Revision and remedial teaching for classes 9th and 10th and preparation for final exams.
• Summative Assessment for class 9: 07.05.2021 to 13.05.2021
• Recording results in Cumulative Records for class 9: 19.05.2021
• Declaration of results and parents meeting: 26.05.2021.
Last working day for the academic year 2020-21: 26.05.2021
• SSC exams: 17.05.2021 to 26.05.2021
Summer vacation: 27.05.2021 to 13.06.2021
Mode of teaching:No of working days
Virtual mode (online) from 01.09.2020 to 30.01.2021115
Face to face mode (online and online) 01.02.2021 to 26.05.2020.89


• Timings: 09.30 am to 04.45 p.m.

• In case of twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad, the High

School timings will be 08.45 a.m. to 04.00 pm


Attendance is not mandatory and shall depend entirely on written consent from the parent. Students willing to study from home with the consent of the parent may be allowed to do so,


• Regular health check up of the students has to be organized.

• The Headmaster shall keep the phone numbers of the nearest Primary

Health Centre / any other reliable medical facility, which shall be contacted for medical aid/ emergency.

• There shall be isolation rooms for staff / students having symptoms of COVID

In case the child has symptoms of COVID, the parents shall be contacted and shall arrange transport to send the child back to their residence with proper escort.


10th Class 10,00 a.m. to 11.00 a.m. (2 periods)

10th Class 04.00 p.m. to 05.00 p.m. (2 periods)

Note: The teacher has to discuss the topic to be transmitted for 5 minutes and prepare children to view the programme. The lesson will be transmitted for 30 minutes. The teachers have to conduct discussions on the lesson transmitted for deeper understanding


• SMC and Parents Meetings must be conducted before opening of the schools to create awareness on COVID-19, immunity development. mental health & hygiene, physical distancing, precautions to be taken after reopening of school and downloading of Arogya Setu app:


• Integration of co-curricular subjects like art and health activities may be included in the time table so that the children do not feel tired and stressed Mental Maths games, word anthyakshari eye. and music and dance activities may he conducted in the classroom linking with subject areas which keeps the children happy and stress-free besides being healthy.

• Some simple yoga exercises must be practiced in the classroom maintaining physical distancing to make the students comfortable and to ensure mental well-being of the children.

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TS Inter Academic Calendar 2020-21 Syllabus

TS Inter Academic Calendar 2020-21 Syllabus released. Rc.No.99/E2-3/Calendar/2020-21. Sub:- TSBIE – Academic 2 year Intermediate Course. All the Principals of Junior Colleges and Composite Colleges offering Intermediate Course in the State are informed that the Tentative Annual Academic Programme (Calendar) for the academic year 2020-2021 in respect of Junior and Composite Degree Colleges in the State offering Intermediate course in general and vocational courses is as follows.


No of Working days182
Date of Commencing01-09-2020 (Tuesday) )
Last working day16-04-2021 (Friday
Dasara Holidays23-10-2020 (Friday) To 25-10-2020(Sunday)
Sankranthi Holidays13-01-2021 (Wednesday) & 14-01-2021(Thursday)
Pre-Final Exams22-02-2021 (Monday) 27-02-2021 (Saturday)
Date of commencement of Practical Exams 202101-03-2021(Monday) To 20-03-2021(Saturday) Classes should be conducted to the Humanities, 1 year Science students who have shortage of attendance, during March 2021
Date of commencement of Theory Exams IPE-202124-03-2021(Wednesday) To 12-04-2021(Monday)
Last working day for the academic year 2020-202116-04-2021 (Friday)
Summer Vacation17-04-2021 (Saturday) To 31-05-2021 (Monday) (Both days inclusive)
Advance Supplementary ExaminationsLast Week of May 2021
Date of Re-opening of colleges after summer vacation for the academic year01-06-2021 (Tuesday)

TS Inter 1st Year and 2nd Year Syllabus:

70 పాఠ్యాంశాలలో బోర్డు పరీక్షలు ఇంటర్మీడియట్ బోర్డు సెక్రటరీ ఆదేశాలు హైదరాబాద్, నమస్తే తెలంగాణ: కరోనా నేపథ్యంలో ఇంటర్మీడియట్ విద్యార్థుల భవిష్యత్తును దృష్టిలో పెట్టుకొని సిలబస్ 30% కోత విధిం చారు. ఈ మేరకు ఇంటర్ బోర్డు సెక్రటరీ సయ్యద్ ఒమర్ జలీల్ మంగ వారం ఒక ప్రకటన విడుదల చేశారు. తగ్గించిన సిలబస్ పోగా మిగిలిన 70% సిలబస్ బోర్డు పరీక్షలు నిర్వహిస్తామని తెలిపారు. 2020-21 విద్యా సంవత్సరాన్ని జీరో ఇయర్ నుంచి కాపాడేందుకు సీబీఎస్ఈ ఈ మేరకు మార్గదర్శకాలు విడుదల చేసిందని వివరించారు. కరోనా వల్ల జూనియర్ కాలేజీలకు పనిదినాలు తగ్గిన నేపథ్యంలో సిలబస్ తగ్గించా మని, ఈ ఒక్క విద్యా సంవత్సరానికి ఇది వర్తిస్తుందని పేర్కొన్నారు జేఈఈ మెయిన్, అడ్వాన్స్డ్, నీట్ పరీక్షలను దృష్టిలో పెట్టుకుని విద్యా ర్థులకు ఆటంకం కలుగకుండా ఇంటర్ సైన్స్ సబ్జెక్టుల్లో సిలబస్ తగ్గించా మని వివరించారు. తగ్గించిన, కొనసాగుతున్న సిలబస్ వివరాలు tsbie.cgg.gov.in వెబ్సైట్లో ఉంచామన్నారు.

All the Principals/Managements are requested to follow the instructions furnished under:

1. All the Managements of private un-aided Jr. Colleges are informed that according to Annual Calendar of 2019-20 the Jr. Colleges are deemed to be closed for summer vacation from 21.03.2020 to 31.08.2020 Due to Pandemic COVID -19).

2. In addition to the vacation, all Sundays & public holidays declared by the Government of Telangana should be strictly observed as holidays. Any deviation will be viewed seriously.

3. Admission should be made only in accordance with announced by Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education. the admission schedule

4. No college should employ marketing strategies like appointing public relation officer or any such personnel for canvassing their case.

5. No advertisement should be carried out through hoarding, pamphlets, wall writings etc.

6. No advertisement should be made through electronic media or print media.

7. All the principals of un-aided Junior Colleges are instructed not to resort to issue of advertisements with inducements amounting to violation of Rule 7 of Andhra Pradesh public Examinations (Prevention of Malpractice & Unfair means) Rules 1997 issued in G.O.Ms.No.114, dated 13.05.1997. Any violation noticed will be dealt under Law.

8. All the private college managements are hereby informed that if they do not send the qualified lecturers for spot valuation camps, stringent steps / disciplinary action would be taken against them. All the Managements of private un-aided Jr. Colleges are hereby informed that, if any deviation is noticed, the Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education will take action including dis-affiliation of the college against the managements.

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