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  DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF CLASS/CO-CLASS TEACHERS

Class teachers play a pivotal role in the school management and take care of the academic, socio-cultural, co – scholastic, emotional and psychological needs of the students catering for their growth with full potential. In order to make them well informed and aware of their duties and responsibilities the some points are detailed here under-

1.    To select responsible class monitors to assist him/her in maintaining class discipline.

2.    To train and to guide the monitors to be efficient & effective in class control in his/her absence.

3.    To instruct class to conserve water, electricity & paper regularly. Advise them to be respectful to seniors, peers, juniors, plants & animals.

4.    To check class for proper & clean uniforms, shoes, hair & nails.

5.    To boost the morale of non-performing students.

6.    To communicate with the subject teacher’s regarding non-performance in the subject concerned.

7.    To check bags of students on at random intervals on a regular basis for contrabands items.

8.    To monitor attendance register, fee receipt book, caution defaulters & communicate with parents on a regular basis.

9.    To maintain home addresses and telephone numbers of the parent of each child.

10. To ensure parents send leave application/medical certificate for the absence of their ward & file them for records.

11. To ensure safety & neatness in the class through class monitors with emphasis on arrangement of furniture, maintenance of display boards, black boards, duster, cupboards & dustbin.

12. To ensure safety & repairs/replacement of window panes, switches, fans, tube-light, & black board etc. and to display do’s and don’ts of instructions in the class room.

13. To keep the Principal informed of any problem/incidents.

14. To build a rapport with all the students irrespective of their performance and instill in them confidence and trust so that so that the students look up to him/her for guidance and there is a free flow of communication.

15. Be accessible to the students at all times and more so in times of need.

16. Instill a sense of belongings to the class and to the school at large.

17. Instill safety consciousness among them to be alert during hazardous circumstances.

18.  To ensure safe arrival and departure of the students.

 

I.   MAINTENANCE AND UPDATION OF CLASS ATTENDANCE REGISTER:

 

  1. Student’s bio - data to be completed in all respects. The entries should conform to admission cum withdrawal register/application submitted by parents at the time of admission of his/her ward.
  2. Fee abstract column to be completed and updated month wise. Fee should be collected as per the existing fee structure and the rates in accordance with KVS guidelines. Failure to realize fees from particular students will make the defaulting teacher accountable.
  3. The sub totals and total from the fee abstract column should be properly posted in the relevant sections of the month wise summaries of fees and fines.
  4. Fee collection requires extreme caution. All entries in the class attendance register should tally CS-54 register and daily fee collection register.
  5. Month wise average attendance of the child should be properly computed. Entries which are to be carried forward to the next month should be done correctly.
  6. Every student should conform to the code of conduct for students as outlined in Article 60 of the KVS education code. Willful violation of codal provision will invite appropriate disciplinary action on the defaulting student.
  7. Entries regarding date of birth of child and SC/ST/OBC entries should be absolutely correct and written using Red Ink. Boys and girls name to be entered using different coloured inks. Category of child should be clearly recorded.
  8.  

II.    DUTIES DURING MORNING ASSEMBLY:

 

  1. The Class Teacher/ Co-Class Teacher will accompany and lead the students of their respective classes to the Morning Assembly.
  2. Punctuality and promptness of Class Teacher/Co-Class Teacher along with respective students immediately after the Assembly bell/Drum beat.
  3. Ensuring that uniform check is conducted by Cass Teacher/Co-Class Teacher and students are made to stand height wise in increasing order in a straight line with adequate gap between two students.
  4. Ensuring that all students are participating in chorus in the following items:
    1. Prayer
    2. Pledge
    3. Community song
    4. National Anthem

5.      Ensuring that these students disperse to the respective classes in prayer line maintaining line discipline.

 

III.   INSTRUCTION TO BE FOLLOWED WHILE FILLING UP THE TRANSFER CERTIFICATE/WITH DRAWAL FORMS:

 

  1. When a student applies for Transfer Certificate, the Class/Co-Class Teacher should check the following thoroughly.

Name of a child

Details of Parents

Date of Birth

Signature of Parent on the TC Withdrawal Form

Class/Section in which studying

Result pertaining to previous class

Last fees paid Month/Year to be indicated

Reason for applying for Transfer Certificate

Admission Number

TC Number & Book Number

  1. After checking the entries, the Class Teacher should sign with date clearly indicating the number of school meetings from 1st April onwards and number of meetings attended by the student.
  2.  

NOTE: One day comprises of two meetings (i.e. F/N & A/N)

 

IV.              INSTRUCTION TO BE FOLLOWED WHEN A STUDENT BRINGS A LEAVE LETTER:

 

i)      The application should be properly scrutinized.

ii)     Signature of Parent is compulsorily.

iii)    Reason for leave to be checked.

iv)    If reason is found genuine, the application is to be forwarded to the principal with the following remarks of the teacher

a.     Total attendance since 1st April

b.     Total attendance of a child in percentage.

c.     Recommended/Not Recommended with the Class Teachers signature

 

NOTE:

 

i)   As per KVS rules, every student should have 75% attendance compulsory before taking the Session Ending Examination.

ii)   No permission will be given for any student to skip Unit Test/Assignment Test/Cumulative Test etc., which is a part of CCE.

Any genuine medical cases should be accompanied with Medical Certificate issued by Government Doctors/Army Doctors, to avoid submission of fraudulent medical certificate.

 

NOTE: Private Hospital Certificate will not be accepted.

 

 

V.  DUTIES OF CLASS/CO-CLASS TEACHERS INSIDE THE CLASS ROOM:

 

  1. The class room should be neat and tidy.
  2. The seating arrangement should be proper.
  3. Boys & Girls should be made sit separately.
  4. Overflowing dust bin should be avoided. Cupboard should not be made into make shift dustbins.
  5. The display corners in the class room should have                                                         i.      Class Time Table      ii.    House division chart
  6. f. Wall magazines in the class should be neat and impressive.
  7. g. Class room should be well decorated with colourful charts.
  8. Black board should contain the following information period wise and day wise, on a compulsory task.
  • Date:                   Subject:               Students on Roll:
  • Class:                   Unit:                   Students Present:
  • Class Teacher:    Topic:                  Students Absent:
  • Subject Teacher:                               Students Leave
  • Period:

Information should be provided in Hindi also

viii)    Students who are given permission to go for drinking water/toilets etc. should invariably have an Out Pass. Each class should prepare One Out Pass for Boys and One Out Pass for Girls. The Out Pass should have signature of Class Teacher, Monitor & Principal.

 

VI.      OTHER DUTIES OF CLASS/CO-CLASS TEACHERS:

 

  1. All the Class Teachers/Co-Class Teachers are to ensure that the students of their classes do take part in the Co- Curricular Activities.
  2. The students also participate in the Inter Class activities whenever it is conducted.
  3. The students of their classes maintain the discipline and decency in the vidyalaya and act according to the article 60 of the Education Code of Kendriya Vidyalaya.
  4. Ensure that the students of their classes do have the required text books and note books.
  5. Ensure and monitor the home work and class work done by the students.
  6. Guide them in general deportment instilling values among them.
  7. Maintain the contact numbers of the Parents and the local guardians of the students.
  8. Prepare and preserve the Result of various examination and tests under CCE.
  9. To implement the any other instructions as received from the Principal and KVS authorities for the betterment of the students.

     All the Class Teachers/ Co- Class Teachers to note for information and compliance.

                                                                                                                                                                                 PRINCIPAL

                                                                                                                                                                                

 

                       Note Books (Class & Home Work) Correction Schedule

 

The subject teachers are directed to send the copies of their respective subjects as per the schedule for the monitoring and checking by the undersigned.

 

SCHEDULE FOR SUBMISSION OF CLASSWORK / HOME WORK BOOKS

 

Date/Day

Subject

Classes

 

First Week of the Month

 

Monday

English

1 - 5

H.M

Tuesday

Hindi

1 – 5

Wednesday

--

--

Thursday

Maths

1 - 5

Friday

EVS

1 – 5

Saturday

--

--

Second Week of the Month

 

Monday

English

6-8

V.P

Tuesday

Hindi

6-8

Wednesday

Sanskrit

6-8

Thursday

Maths

6-8

Friday

Science

6-8

Saturday

Social Sci.

6-8

Third Week of the Month

 

Monday

English

9-10

V.P

Tuesday

Hindi

9-10

Wednesday

Sanskrit

9-10

Thursday

Maths

9-10

Friday

Science

9-10

Saturday

Social Sci.

9-10

Fourth Week of the Month

 

Monday

Physics

11-12

PRINCIPAL

Tuesday

Chemistry

11-12

Wednesday

Maths/ Biology

11-12

Thursday

Computer/Hindi

11-12

Friday

Art/Music/ SUPW

1-10

V.P

PRINCIPAL

 

Saturday

Computer/ Phy.Edn.

1-10

 

 

All the teachers to note for information and compliance.

 

 

PRINCIPAL

 

 

  • ACTION PLAN FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE IN CBSE

 

All the teachers are suggested the following points to achieve 100% quality result with the minimum PI fixed as KVS benchmark.

Sr. No

Academic Points

Action Plan

       1.

Remediation to supportive learners

Identification of supportive learners. Diagnosis of weak and strong areas of supportive learners individually subject wise and class wise on the basis of First Term Test, First Pre-Board Exam and Class Test; chalking out remedial programme; Providing intensive practice on clarifying the concepts.  At least 100conceptual based questions in each subject are identified.

      2.

RevisionProgrammes

Planned Revision Programme: More emphasis on difficult chapters while doing revision work. Regular written tests topic wise / sub topic wise and maintaining records thereof, timely evaluation, answering errors by the students to be cleared and rectified, teachers to prepare modules and question banks for giving the students intensive practice of the same; providing sufficient information to the students about pattern of question paper and the art of attempting questions.

      3.

Writing practice

Strengthening of communication skills: Rigorous practice to be given in reading and writing skills and comprehension. Students to be encouraged for learning by writing on daily basis, more stress on memorization with understanding and effective self-study.  At least two paragraphs for comprehension to be done every day.

       4.

Study material

Providing all required study material viz. Sample Test Papers, Reference Books, educational modules, educational CDs etc.  For Science in X Class at least 100 questions of MCQ for Physics, Chemistry and Bio. to be given to the students for practice.

      5.

Questioning during class room transactions

Interactive teaching-learning process and encouraging the students for questioning for application based questions as well as HOTS Questions.

       6.

Adoption of studies

Adopting of supportive learners by the teachers and regular review of the progress made; their grouping with bright students under close monitoring of the subject teachers.

       7.

Enrichment programme

Enrichment programme for bright students for quality results; giving special assignments & providing extra study material.  Preparing at least 100 questions in each subject for the practice by the students.

       8.

Teaching Time Management.

Giving training to the students about the question pattern, marking scheme, weightage of marks, word limits, answering methods, and time management in the respective subjects.

       9.

Counseling

Proper counseling of the students to instill confidence in the students and do away with the examination phobia, giving them all emotional support.

      10.

Exchange of Resources

In few subjects where additional inputs are required, teachers from the neighboring KVs may be contacted for expert guidance, training and teaching of a particular subject area on the request of the students/teachers.

       11.

Parents’ Role.

Intimation of the performance of the supportive learners to their parents and seeking their cooperation.

 

 

 

 


 

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