About Us

 

The Directorate of Intermediate Education was established on 01-11-1989 with a view to ensure better coordination, monitoring, functioning and management of both Government and Private Junior Colleges in the state. After the bifurcation of the state the Department of Intermediate Education caters to the needs of students at +2 level under the jurisdiction of 10 districts of telangana.

 

Number of Government / Aided /Private /Other Junior Colleges in Telengana State

 

S.No
Category of the colleges
No. of Colleges in Telangana

1

Government Junior Colleges

400

2

Exclusive Vocational Junior Colleges  (Government)

4

3

Private Aided Junior Colleges

41

4

Private Unaided

1620

5

Other  Govt Institutions (TREIS, TRSW, BCWR, Tribal Welfare, Model Schools)

392

 

TOTAL

2457

Status of Infrastructure of Government Junior Colleges – 2016-17.

GOVERNMENT JUNIOR COLLEGE BUILDINGS
NO.OF COLLEGES

Total No. Government Junior Colleges

404

Colleges having own buildings including 28 buildings under construction

390

Government Junior Colleges not having Land and Buildings and functioning in the Schools.

14

No. of Colleges having Compound Walls

197

Colleges having RO Plants (including 110 covered under normal State plan

390

Infrastructure:

The Department of Intermediate Education is keen to provide necessary infrastructure and other amenities for the students studying in Government Junior Colleges for better quality and output, for which agencies like NABARD are financially supporting the Government.

NABARD under RIDF 18, 19, 20 & 21 schemes sanctioned Rs 263.36 Crores for construction of New Buildings, Additional Class Rooms, Toilets, Compound Walls, Drinking water facility through RO plants, Furniture, Lab up gradations etc., which helps students for better accessibility to Education and thus quality improves.

The Government has given administrative sanction for construction of new buildings / Additional class rooms to 14 GJC’s and RO Plants to 110 GJC’s, Additional Toilets to 90 GJC’s with an estimated cost of Rs.43.98 Crores during the year 2016-17. Tenders have been called for these works.

Nabard:

Under RIDF 18, 19, 20 & 21 schemes Rs 263.36 Crores sanctioned for the following.

Name of the Scheme
Project cost Rs. In Crores
Number of works
Number of works completed

RIDF 18 (2012-13)

19.05

18

18

RIDF 19 (2013-14)

33.15

51

51

RIDF 20 (2014-15)

140.75

291

243 completed (13 New buildings, Addl class rooms to 35 colleges, 177 Toilets, 18 Compound Walls)

RIDF 21 (2015-16)

70.41

54

1 (New buildings 10 GJC’s & Additional classrooms 43 under progress)

Position of Teaching Staff in Government Junior Colleges – 2015-16

DESIGNATION
SANCTIONED
WORKING
VACANT

Junior Lecturer’s

4552

867

3685

Junior Lecturer’s (VOC)

606

28

578

 

5158

895

4263

Physical Directors

254

27

227

Librarians

259

174

85

Statement Showing Sanctioned/Working/ Vacant -    Non-Teaching G Staff in GJC’s – 2015-16

DESIGNATION
SANCTIONED
WORKING
VACANT

SUPERINTENDENT

17

10

7

SR. ASST

289

148

141

JR. ASST

182

139

43

TYPIST

170

75

95

RECORD ASST.

452

377

75

OFFICE SUBORDINATE

903

490

413

Though 71 New Government Junior Colleges were opened since 2007-08 to 2016-17 No Junior Lecturer posts have been sanctioned hence 781 posts of JLs are required to be sanctioned.

J.Details of Contract Faculty/P.T. JL’S And Guest Faculty Working in GJC’S

 
SANCTIONED
SANCTIONED
VACANT

Total Junior Lecturers Posts in GJCs

5158

895

4263

New GJCs where JLs posts not sanctioned

781

TOTAL VACANCY

5044


Teaching Staff
Total

Contract Faculty working Against Sanctioned Posts

3055

JL's - Minimum Time Scale (Gen & Vocational)

162

Contract Faculty working Against Non-Sanctioned posts in new G.J.Cs where the posts are not sanctioned

632

Total Working

3849

In the balance vacancies Guest Faculty i.e. retired JLs are being engaged on part time hourly basis.

INITIATIVES TAKEN IN 2015-16:

Academics:

The Government of Telangana implemented the scheme of Free Education to the students studying Intermediate in Government Junior colleges for the first time 2015-16 and that has enhanced the enrolment in GJCs by 20% and for 2016-17 it is by 30%.

Free Text books were also distributed to all the students for General and Vocational Streams studying Intermediate in GJCs in the State for 2016-17.

Free Supply of Text Books: Government is providing a free text book to the students studying in GJCs. Government has provided a budget of Rs.7.00 crores under plan budget for the year 2016-17. As on today about 90715 Students are studying +2 educations in Government Junior Colleges in Intermediate I year and 82581 students in II year. For this academic year free text books has been supplied for all the 173296 students.

22 Services of Intermediate Board such as Admissions, Issue of Migration Certificates, Equivalency Certificate, Eligibility Certificate, Duplicate Marks Memo, Recounting & Re-verification of Valued Answered Scripts, Affiliation/Additional Sections of Junior Colleges,  Shifting of Junior Colleges, Change of Name of the Junior Colleges etc., have been made online services since June 2015.  So far 38,289 applications received through online and processed as per scheduled time.

No college is permitted to function without Affiliation and recognition from BIE – Detailed Inspections were taken up before giving Affiliation this year. i.e. 2015-16. It was ensured by the RIOs that all the Institutions obtain Fire Safety Certificate from the Director General of Fire Safety besides the Structural Soundness Certificates of the buildings and Sanitation Certificate from Competent Authorities.

The Department revised curriculum of all the subjects following the pattern of NCERT which helps the students to be on par with National curriculum.

Lab equipment for Science and Vocational Labs was provided to 395 Junior colleges for Science subjects for the first time in 2016-17 for Rs.6.00 Crores. The Government has provided Rs.6.00 Crores budget for improving lab equipment in 2016-17.

Installation of CC Cameras and Bio-Metric Devices in all the 404 GJCs is taken up for regular monitoring of attendance of the staff and students.

EAMCET classes were conducted during summer vacation 2016 along with Model Schools providing with boarding and lodging facilities for students who have applied for the EAMCE exam.

The Department provided 808 Computers to all 404 Government Junior Colleges (2 per college) to provide e-library facility in all GJCs for the benefit of the students under ICT programme and for the first time Rs.10 Crores allotted for ICT in B.E. 2016-17.

A Career Guidance Cell in all GJCs was started from 2016 for the benefit of the students.

Small modules in Soft Skills, Quantitative Aptitude, and Analytical Ability are being introduced for all Intermediate students which help them to face all Academic & Competitive Exams confidently.

For the first time Rs.2 Crores is allotted in B.E. 2016-17 for Games and Sports and the sports material is provided to all 404 GJCs.

Faculty development:

To understand the continual growth in technology, knowledge and skills and to stay abreast of current and emerging aspects, the Teaching and Non teaching staff of the Department were regularly given training and orientation and 3265 staff were trained during 2015-16 and 820 were trained in 2016-17.

Training and Teaching modules are being prepared subject wise for better quality and output.

Quality and skill development:

To develop employable skills and technical skills of students, the Department of Intermediate Education is offering 29 Vocational Courses of different streams. The courses are designed as per the norms of National Skill Qualification Framework (NSQF) with more emphasis on practical OJT (On the Job Training) work.

3720 Vocational students (59%) were given placements in different companies during this year.

Academic monitoring committee (AMC)

An Academics Monitoring Committee was constituted to motivate and suggest suitable measures for low performing colleges by visiting the GJCs and suggest to improve the academic standards results and to impart quality education.

Motivational Classes:

Special motivational classes were also conducted in three GJCs and proposed to have more in all GJCs which help in building confidence among students and to face the challenges.

A programme on Motivation & Leadership was also conducted for principals of Government and Aided Junior college belonging to Hyderabad, Ranga Reddy, Medchal and Vikarabad Districts for achieving better performance.