READ Programme 2023, details of which can be found here. Read, Enjoy, and Development Programme
Through Proceedings Rc. No. 2710, Dated: 03-0202023, State Project Director Samagra Shiskha of Telangana State provided comprehensive instructions on how to implement the READ Programme 2023 in TS Schools throughout the State. On this website, all HMs and Teachers who work in Telangana schools can check the information and download the READ Programme guidelines.
The Telangana State School Education Department’s READ Programme was created as part of the 100 Days of Reading Campaign 2023. The Read, Enjoy, and Development Programme will begin in all schools on February 5 and run through the conclusion of the current school year for students in grades 1 through 9.
Details about the Reading Campaign are available here. All District Educational Officers in the State are hereby informed that, in accordance with the directives issued by the GOI, Ministry of Education, New Delhi, 100-days Reading Campaign has to be organised in all the schools duly taking up the week wise activities. This announcement is made in continuation of this office proceedings Proceedings Rc. No. 2710, dated: 10-01-2023.
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Programme Telangana Mana Ooru Mana Badi 2023
Name of the Programme Title of the 2023 Programme Download the 2023 Programme Guidelines
Subject The READ programme 2023 was introduced by DSE Telangana in all schools.
- READ the Schedule for Classes 1 through 9 from 05-02-2022 until the end of the academic year.
- Reading Promotion Padhe Bharat’s official website, https://schooledu.telangana.gov.in/ISMS/, hosts a reading campaign for pupils in schools.
- READ Guidelines The READ Programme is available for download here.
- Schedule for the 100-Day READ Programme Download the READ Activity Schedule by clicking here.
- Telangana’s Mana Ooru-Mana Badi programme 2023 Mana Ooru Mana Badi Programme
The District Educational Officers are therefore notified that the brief READ Programme guidelines in Telugu are annexed to this proceeding for their use in conducting the week-by-week activities of the 100-days Reading Campaign programme in the schools. ready access. They are asked to abide by these rules as well as the GOI rules that were previously stated through the 2710 Proceedings.
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The DEOs are further advised that the Telangana government has extended the Sankranti holidays to January 30, 2023 due to an increase in cases of COVID-19 in the State and with consideration for the health of the kids. Watch GO.4 Dated: 16-01-2023. The schools have been open as of 01.02.2023, in accordance with the most recent directives provided by the Government in memo 5536, dated 29.10.2023. As a result, the following directives are once again issued to all District Educational Officers in the State with the inclusion of certain additional Telugu instructions to carry out the activities in the Schools from Classes 1 to 9 starting on February 5, 2023, and continuing through the end of this academic year.
There must be a reading campaign for Grades I through IX.
Hindi, English, and Telugu first languages will all have reading campaigns.
Reading should be encouraged as part of the everyday teaching and learning process, and kids should be encouraged to read books from the library.
Additionally, DEOs were urged to carry out the programme in its entirety and send information to this office every Saturday night using the following proforma via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Every week, CRPs should visit the schools to gather data from H.Ms, including images and videos, and then submit that data to the MEOs for consolidation before giving it to the DEOs, who will then give it to our office using the following proforma.
- Programme Proforma READ
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- Week of February 2
- Ten schools participated, and 150 students from those schools took part.
- 150 students from home participated.
- Photos and videos are linked here.