AP Schools Academic Calendar 2022-23 (Revised) Primary, High School Exam Dates, Holidays

AP Schools Academic Calendar 2022-23 Revised అకాడెమిక్ క్యాలెండర్ Education Department has released Academic Calendar for Primary, UP and High Schools for the Academic Year 2022-23. Download and Check AP Schools Holidays, Working Days, FA1, FA2, SA1, SA2 Exam Dates from the below Article. You can get Updates about the AP Schools Academic Calendar 2022-23 here.

tips_and_updates AP Schools for the academic Year 2022-23 will re-open on 05th July 2022.

ఏపి విద్యావిషయక క్యాలెండర్ 2022-23 primary  (1st to 5th) HS 6th – 10th Academic Calendar

3 TO 10 Classes Subject Wise Weightage -2022-23

Class 1st Language 2 nd
Maths Biology PS Social Studies EVS Grand total
III 8 10 8 6 48
IV 8 10 8 6 48
V 8 10 8 6 48
VI 6 5 6 8 7 6 48
VII 6 5 6 8 7 6 48
VIII 6 5 6 8 4 6 6 48
IX 6 5 6 8 4 6 6 48
X 6 5 6 8 4 6 6 48
TOTAL 54 25 60 64 26 18 30 18 384

AP Primary Schools Working Days 2022-23; 220 Working Days and 80 Holidays

Month School Working Days Holidays
July 2022 22 05
August 2022 22 09
Sept 2022 20/25 10/05
October 2022 19 12
November 2022 25 05
December 2022 26/18 05/13
January 2023 20/23 11/08
February 2023 22 06
March 2023 23 08
April 2023 21 09
Total 220 80

AP Schools FA & SA Exams Time Table 2022-23 (Revised)

S.No. Name of the Exam Exam Dates Last Date for Uploading of Marks Syllabus
1 FA-1 Exam Dates 2nd to 5th November 2022 Completed
Upto August
2 FA-2 Exam Dates 2nd to 6th December 2022 December 2022 Upto Sept.
3 SA-1 Exam Dates 02nd to 10th January 2023 January 2023
Upto Nov.IS
4 FA-3 Exam Dates 07th to 10th February 2023 February 2023 Upto Dec.
5 FA-4 Exam Dates 0th to 14th March 2023 March 2023 Upto .Jan.
6 SSC / 10th Class Final 20th to 28th March 2023 April 8, 2023
Full Syllabus
7 SA-2 Exam Dates 20th to 27th April 2023 Apr 29, 2023
Full Syllabus

AP Schools Holidays 2022-2023

Type of Holiday Dates
Dasara Holidays 2022 26th September to  5th October 2022
Christmas Holidays for Missionary Schools 2022 23 – 30 December 2022
Sankranthi Holidays 2023 10 – 16 January 2023

Download Links for AP Schools Academic Calendar 2022-23

AP Primary/Foundation Schools (1-5th) Academic Calendar 2022-23 Download Here
AP High Schools (6th -10th) Academic Calendar 2022-23 Download Here


instructions of the Commissioner of School Education the SCERT-AP prepared the following types of Academic Calendars for the Academic year 2022-23.

  1. Hanging calendar for Primary schools.
  2. Hanging Calendar for High Schools.
  3. Class wise Source books (5 Books) for 6 to 10th Class Which includes
  4. Class Specifc, Subject specifc and lesson specifc OOs and activities, Utilization of ICT resources etc. mapped with 21st century skills, English language development activities, Socio emotional earning, No Bag Day activities.
  5. Source Book for Classes 1st to 5th (1 BOOK) with Class Specifc, Subject specifc and lesson specifc OOs and activities, Utilization of Workbooks for Primary etc. mapped with 21st century skills, English language development activities, Socio emotional earning, No Bag Day activities.
  6.  Day- Wise suggested activities for Head teachers/ Teachers from 28/6/2022 to 5/7/2022.
  7.  Action Plan for Readiness programme for classes 1st to 5th for 6 Weeks and for Classes 6th to 9th for 4 Weeks
  8. Therefore all the Regional Joint Directors of school education and the District Educational ofcers in the State are requested to issue the necessary instructions to all the respective feld functionaries to ensure the efective implementation of the academic activities suggested in the academic calendar for the academic year 2022-23. Further they are requested to monitor the academic  activities for ensuring appropriate class specifc subject specifc learning outcomes among children.

Update on 4th June 2022

Action Plan for 2022-23 Meeting with all Headmasters of High Schools in the State (Spell wise)- Certain guidelines RC.440

Sub: School Education- SCERT AP. Academic and Administrative reforms Ensuring adequate learning outcomes among students-Action Planfor 2022-23 Meeting with all Headmasters of High Schools in the State (Spell wise)- Certain guidelines-issued.

Ref: 1. Observations of the School Education Higher Officials during their visits to schools.

2. This office Proc. R.C. No. ESE02/290/2022-SCERT, Dated 04/04/2022


The attention of all the Regional Joint Directors of School Education and the District Educational Officers in the state is invited to the reference

2nd above wherein certain guidelines were issued regarding the implementation of Academic and Administrative reforms in the state.

2. The government is now giving utmost importance to school education by strengthening the existing infrastructure for all government schools, by streamlining the Mid-Day meal program and revising the. menu, by taking up curricular reforms in consonance with the National Education Policy 2020 and also by setting up a regulatory and monitoring mechanism to streamline the functioning of schools. The Govt. has also supported the mothers by providing financial assistance to send their children to schools and also distributed teaching learning material to the students in the form of students kits well before the reopening of schools All these dedicated efforts are intended to bring in a radical transformation of school education with a long-time objective of preparing the students of Andhra Pradesh for a global citizen with a bright future.

3. The vision of the government is to transform the education eco system by investing in child-centric interventions along the entire canvas of the education value-chain to improve the learning outcomes, with specific focus on foundation literacy and numeracy, to make every child.globally competitive. To develop all government High schools as Schools of Excellence and to make the children “How to learn” we need to move away from traditional way of rote learning to child centric pedagogy, focus should be on foundational stage and optimum utilization of both physical and human resources

4. Keeping in view of the above aspirations it is proposed that to have the direct interaction with all the Headmasters at possible extent to inculcate the dire need of addressing the learning gap among students and to ensure the school development plan in all schools duly compiling all the efforts that are being made regarding academics. Special Chief Secretary to Govt. School Education, Commissioner of School Education,State Project Director, Samagra Shiksha. Advisor, Infra and all other senior officers in School Education are attending the said conferences

5. The tentative agenda is as follows.

a. Effective implementation of Academic Calendar b. Curricular reforms and new textbooks

c. Academic Monitoring and Supervision.

d. Headmaster – The Leader

e. Assessments.

f. Various initiatives in School Education

g.Supporting Andhra in Learning Transformation (SALT).

h. Digital infrastructure and optimal utilization.

i. Community involvement in development of schools. Other items with the permission of the chair.

5.The schedule is as below.

6. Therefore, all the Regional Joint Directors of School Education and District Educational Officers concerned are directed to inform the same to the Headmasters of High schools concerned and to ensure their participation in the said conference.

7. The State Project Director, Samagra Shiksha is requested to instruct the Additional Project Coordinators concerned to make the necessary arrangements duly meeting the expenses from the respective DPOs not exceeding @500/- (Five Hundred Rupees) per participant.

8. This should be treated as MOST PRIORITY


AP School Summer Holidays 6th May – 4th July 2022

Event Dates
Summer Holidays for Students from May 6th to July 3rd (May 5th Last Working day to Students)
Summer Holidays for Teachers from May 21st to July 3rd (May 20th Last Working Day to Teachers)
Reopening of Schools for 2022-23 5th July 2022

AP Schools Assembly 2022-23 AP School Assembly Details Process, Contents

School Assembly is a morning assembly that is identified as an integral part of the school schedule. It is a space where the whole school comes together at the start of the day to affirm school identity and aspiration. Assembly is the ideal time to rouse the physical, intellectual and emotional energy of the school community so that they can perform optimally through the course of the day. School Assembly Headmaster/mistress, Class Teacher, Physical Education Teacher, School Pupil Leader, Class Pupil Leader are the responsible persons for effective conduct of school assembly.


  •  Develop a feeling of unity and affiliation among students
  • Enable students to share their experiences, stories, and anecdotes with others
  • Motivate students and reinforce positive behaviours/conduct/actions in the form of praise or rewards awarded in public:
  • Acquaint students with the school program more clearly Timeline and Schedule: The following activities will be conducted in the School assembly every day for 10 minutes.

Day wise School Assembly Activities


  • Vande Mataram Song
  • Maa Telugu talliki (State Anthem)
  • Pledge in Telugu
  • Learn a word a day
  • Thought/importance of the day
  • General knowledge questions/quiz
  • Reading Telugu news
  • HM’snote
  • National anthem
Thurs Day

  • Vande Mataram Song
  • Sare Jahan Se Acha
  • Pledge in English Learn a word a day
  • Thought/importance of the day
  • General knowledge questions/quiz
  • Reading english news
  • HM’s note
  • National anthem
Tues Day

  • Vande Mataram Song
  • Sare Jahan Se AchaRoad
  • safety pledge
  • Pledge in Telugu
  • Learn a word a day
  • Thought/importance of the day
  • General knowledge question/quiz
  • Reading Telugu news
  • HM’s note
  • National anthem
Fri Day

  • Vande Mataram Song
  • Maa Telugu talliki (State Anthem)
  •  Nature prayer (Prakrutyhi Prarthana)
  • Pledge in English
  • Learn a word a day
  • Thought/importance of the day
  • General knowledge questions/quiz
  • English reading news
  • HM’s note
  • National anthem

  • Vande Mataram Song
  • Maa Telugu talliki (State Anthem)
  • School safety pledge
  • Pledge in Telugu
  • Learn a word a day
  • Thought/importance of the day
  • General knowledge question/quiz
  • Telugu news reading
  • HM’s note
  • National anthem
Satur Day

  • Vande Mataram Song
  • Sare jahan se Acha
  • Pledge in English
  • Learn a word a day
  • Thought/importance of the day
  • General knowledge questions/quiz
  • English news reading
  • HM’s note
  • National anthem

AP School Opening Procedure under Covid-19 Pandemic

Memo No. ESE01-SEDNOCSE/784/2021-PROG-II Dated: 14.08.2021

Sub: School Education – COVID-19 pandemic – Academic year 2021-22 – Opening of schools and learning with physical/social distancing duly following the COVID protocol and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) on various activities in schools for Academic Year 2021 -22- Orders – Issued.


1. Covid Response Action Plan Dt-04-05-2021.

2. Order No.40-3/2020-DM-I(A), Dated:28.07.2021 of the Union Home Secretary, Chairman, NEC, Gol, New Delhi.

3. G.O.Rt.No.429, Health, Medical & Family Welfare Department, Dated: 09.08.2021.

4. From the DSE, A.P, eFile No:ESE02-30027/5/2021-A&I-CSE-Part(1), Dated:05-08-2021 & 14.08.2021.

In pursuance of the instructions and guidelines issued by the Gol and also in consultation with Health, Medical & Family Welfare Department, the Government is decided to open the schools for the academic year 2021-22 in the State strictly in accordance with the following Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and general instructions.

2. All Schools shall be opened w.e.f 16-8-2021 in areas with less than 10% positivity. Village/ward secretariat may be taken as a unit for determining the positivity on a weekly basis.

3. Classes to the students of a section of a particular class/standard shall be conducted in such a way that each section shall be divided into batches with not more than 20 students in each batch. The regular school timings shall be followed and all teaching and nonteaching staff will have to attend every working day.

4. Wherever the school accommodation is sufficient to conduct all classes in a single day with each section not having more than 20 students, the schools shall run every day for all classes. Wherever the school accommodation is not adequate enough to hold all classes every day with the norm of 20 students for class or batch, classes may be opened and run on alternative days. For eg. Class VI and VII on one day and Class VIII to X on another day or in any combination that accommodates children not exceeding 20 per section/class/batch. Roadmap for Covid response from an academic point of view

5. On the modalities to be followed for carrying out the academic activity, the DOSEL, GoI have issued detailed instructions for drawing up Covid Response Action Plan and on identifying and mainstreaming of Out of School Children and ensuring sustained Enrolment, Retention and Transition.

6. The details are available on the following link dsel.education.gov.in/sites/default/files/update/Covid Action Plan.pdf.

7. Headmaster of every school, at the Mandal/Divisional/District and Regional Level Educational Officers, shall ensure that the road map for covid response is drawn up as per the guidelines immediately. The COVID response roadmap shall carry out detailed interventions for all the three stages, i.e. Maintain, Restore and Grow as suggested by DOSEL, Government of India.

8. The headmasters shall first focus on preparing the students for the classroom interaction by mitigating the learning loss that occurred during the pandemic and then plan for regular academic activity, without compromising on the Covid related guidelines.

9. Director, School Education shall communicate a detailed academic calendar in consultation with Director, SCERT for implementation by all government, government-aided and unaided private schools in the state.

School wise SOP to be drawn up

10. Duly complying with the above instructions and also as per the following SOP and general instructions the Headmasters/Principals/Correspondents of all schools shall prepare a school-wise SOP in consultation with the Parents Committees and communicate a copy to the Mandal/Divisional/District/Regional

Education Officers concerned.

SOP for the opening of schools

11. The SOP communicated by the Medical and Health department for the opening of schools for the academic year 2021-22 shall be as follows:

  1. a) All covid protocols are to be followed by the schools with reference to wearing of the mask at all times, hand hygiene and social distance by students faculty and staff.
  2. b) At the entry of the school all the students, staff and faculty shall be examined for any symptoms and suspected persons be asked to return home and get them tested.
  3. c) To the possible extent, a portable thermal scanner shall be placed at the entry of the school and all students and staff shall be screened with a thermal scanner to identify fever-like symptoms.
  4. d) Assembly, group work, games shall not be permitted until further orders.
  5. e) Parents dropping the children shall be examined for covid like symptoms. If any such symptoms are found, they may be advised to give their sample for a covid19 test at the nearest health facility.
  6. f) Hand sanitizers to be placed for frequent sanitization and students should be asked to practice and do hand washing (six steps) before and after meals and toilet use.
  7. g) Students and staff should be permitted to enter only with proper wearing of masks, maintenance of physical distance and hand sanitization.
  8. h) Seating arrangements should be made in such a way that proper 6 feet physical distance is ensured and alternate seats may be kept vacant.
  9. i) Sufficient ventilation must be there in classes with free airflow in the classrooms.
  10. j.All classrooms should be thoroughly disinfected periodically and all frequently touched objects shall be sanitized properly.
  11. k) Attendance of students to classes is to be voluntary and with written consent by the parents.
  12. 1) Children with old and comorbid parents/grandparents at home shall be advised to stay home and not to attend school as far as possible.
  13. m) Children with comorbidities shall also not to be permitted to attend school. Headmasters should personally monitor this aspect and under no circumstances this point should be overlooked. Sick children should also be not permitted to attend schools.
  14. n) Mid day meals shall be served in a staggered manner with different timings to each section of students. While sitting for mid day meals, they shall be made to sit one after the other with adequate physical distance. No two students shall sit face to face
  15. o) At the closing of school, students should leave the school in staggered manner with 10 minute interval to each section and they should not be permitted to congregate outside the school.
  16. p) Random testing of students faculty and staff shall be done and at least two students and one staff from each school to be tested every week, if positives are found the entire class can be tested.
  17. q) Sensitizing of parents towards covid appropriate behavior and on protecting our elderly shall be done. One period every day shall be dedicated to this activity to educate children. Students shall also be used as covid ambassadors to spread awareness to their parents on covid appropriate behavior.
  18. r) On reaching homes children shall be encouraged to take bath and then only enter the home. Hand washing shall be mandatorily done by children before entering homes.
  19. s) Sharing of items like pens/pencils, erasers, books, water bottles, glasses, plates is strictly prohibited.
  20. t). All the toilets should be cleaned with 1% sodium hypochlorite solution every day. Management to ensure adequate running water supply to the toilets in the schools.
  21. u).Transport for school children shall be staggered class wise and that school buses and school vans shall be filled only to half capacity. Use of autos and rickshaws for transport should be avoided and parents may be encouraged to bring children themselves where school buses and vans are not available
  22. v). A  school level task force must be constituted with headmaster, two teachers to inculcate covid appropriate behavior among the students. All school level taskforce details have to be shared with Mandal level taskforce.
  23. w).All teachers should be vaccinated in the nearby Covid vaccination centers.
  24. x).While conducting the academic activities, there is every possibility of spread of disease with nonsymptomatic young children among students and they may also infect the old and vulnerable family members at home. The SOPs as detailed above may be followed without any deviations.
Care and Protection for children affected due to COVID
12. Further, the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India, the Juvenile Justice Committee of Hon’ble High Court of A.P and the DOSEL, Gol have issued detailed instructions/guidelines with regard to the continuation of education to the
children who lost one of their parents or both due to COVID 19 and also to ensure rehabilitation of such children who are in need of care and protection. Further, instructions were also issued by the School Education Department vide
Memo.No.151/A&I/2020, Dated: 13.08.2021. Headmaster of every school, at the Mandal/Divisional/District and Regional Level Educational Officers shall ensure that the road map for Care and Protection for children affected due to COVID is drawn up as per the guidelines immediately.
13. No child affected due to COVID by losing either one of the parents or both the parents after March 2020 shall be discharged from the school on account of non payment of tuition fees or on account of lack of uniform and learning
material. All the managements of the private aided and unaided schools shall adhere to these instructions without fail.
General instructions
14. Further, the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)/guidelines have been
issued by various departments i.e., Transport, Roads and Building Department,
School Education Department and MDM with respect to all aspects for preventive, precautionary and safety measures on COVID-19 for all stakeholders on reopening of schools. All schools shall strictly adhere to the Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) issued by the Ministry of Education, Govt. of India and State Government from time to time.

15. State Project Director, SamagraShiksha shall issue detailed guidelines for distribution of Jagananna Vidya Kanuka kits to the students in compliance to these guidelines.

16. All Regional Joint Directors of School Education, District Educational Officers and other concerned officials shall ensure strict enforcement of guidelines/ Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for all activities in the schools issued by the Union/ State Governments from time to time for strict compliance on COVID-Appropriate behavior such as Wearing of Mask, Maintenance of Social Distancing and Frequent Hand washing in the schools without fail.

17. The Director of School Education, A.P, State Project Director, Samagra Shiksha, Director, Mid Day Meals, the Secretary, APREIS/APSWREIS/ APTWREIS/APBCWREIS, etc., Commissioner and Director, Municipal Administration and Urban Development, Director of Government Examinations, Director, SCERT, District Collectors and RJDSEs and DEOs shall take further necessary action in the matter accordingly.


Download Model Time Table for 2021-22

Complete Holidays List for Academic Year 2021-22

Monthly Activities for 2021-22

విద్యా శాఖ ముఖ్య కార్యదర్శి జారీ చేసిన సూచనలు మరియు మార్గదర్శకాల ప్రకారం మరియు ఆరోగ్య, వైద్య & కుటుంబ సంక్షేమ శాఖతో సంప్రదింపులు జరిపి, ప్రభుత్వం ఈ క్రింది ప్రామాణిక కార్యాచరణకు అనుగుణంగా రాష్ట్రంలో 2021-22 విద్యా సంవత్సరానికి పాఠశాలలను తెరవాలని నిర్ణయించింది. విధానాలు (SOPS) మరియు సాధారణ సూచనలు. 2. అన్ని పాఠశాలలు w.e.f 16-8-2021 10% కంటే తక్కువ పాజిటివిటీ ఉన్న ప్రాంతాల్లో తెరవబడతాయి. గ్రామ/వార్డు సెక్రటేరియట్‌ను వారానికోసారి సానుకూలతను గుర్తించడానికి ఒక యూనిట్‌గా తీసుకోవచ్చు.

ఒక నిర్దిష్ట తరగతి/ప్రమాణం యొక్క విభాగంలోని విద్యార్థులకు తరగతులు ప్రతి బ్యాచ్‌లో 20 కంటే ఎక్కువ మంది విద్యార్థులు లేని బ్యాచ్‌లుగా విభజించబడే విధంగా నిర్వహించబడతాయి. సాధారణ పాఠశాల సమయాలను పాటించాలి మరియు బోధన మరియు బోధనేతర సిబ్బంది అందరూ ప్రతి పనిదినానికి హాజరు కావాలి.

ప్రతి సెక్షన్‌లో 20 మంది కంటే ఎక్కువ మంది విద్యార్థులు లేకుండా ఒకే రోజు అన్ని తరగతులను నిర్వహించడానికి పాఠశాల వసతి సరిపోతుంది.


తరగతి లేదా బ్యాచ్ కోసం 20 మంది విద్యార్థుల ప్రమాణంతో ప్రతిరోజూ అన్ని తరగతులను నిర్వహించడానికి పాఠశాల వసతి సరిపోని చోట, తరగతులు తెరవబడతాయి మరియు ప్రత్యామ్నాయ రోజులలో అమలు చేయబడతాయి. ఉదాహరణకు. తరగతి. VI మరియు VII ఒక రోజు మరియు క్లాస్ VIII నుండి X మరొక రోజు లేదా సెక్షన్/క్లాస్/బ్యాచ్‌కు 20 కి మించని పిల్లలకు వసతి కల్పించే లా ఉండాలి.



AP Schools Academic Calendar 2022-23 for Primary, Upper Primary, High Schools pdf  స్కూలు @220 రోజులు అకడమిక్ క్యాలెండర్ పై ఎస్సీఈఆర్ టీ కసరత్తు: పాఠశాలలు జూలై 5 నుంచి తెరుచుకోనున్నాయి. ఆంధ్రప్రదేశ్ స్కూళ్ళ అకాడెమిక్ కేలెండర్ Commissioner of School Education, Govt. of Andhra Pradesh CSE AP has released the Andhra Pradesh School Academic Calendar for Academic Year 2022-23. In this Academic calendar, govt provides the list of  Holidays, School working days, and Exam Schedules of AP Schools. Govt has separately Issued the APSchool Academic Calenders for Primary Schools and UP/High Schools. Download the Calendar in Telugu from the below links.


AP SCERT 8th Class Academic Calendar 2022-23

AP SCERT has released the academic Calendar for 8th Class for the academic Year 2022-23. Students and Teachers may Download from the below links. According to the Revised Schedule there were 159 Working days which includes 126 School Days and 33 House activity days.

AP Sankranthi Holidays 2023

AP Schools Academic Calendar 2022-2023 (Primary) 

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AP Schools Academic Calendar 2022-2023 (High School)

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Syllabus for Class 9th and 10th pdf

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AP Schools Academic Calender 2022-23

Month wise Activities list and Time Tables for all Classes from 1st Class to 5th Classes in Primary and 6th to 10th Classes in High Schools have been mentioned in pdf form. Activities also included. Download AP Schools Academic Calender pdf from below links.
Andhra Pradesh state government had decided to reopen the schools from July 05, 2022. Chief minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy in a review meeting on the school education department directed the officials to take necessary measures to reopen the schools following social distancing.

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