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Andhra Pradesh

Disadvantaged Groups
  • Schedule Castes (S.C.)
  • Schedule Tribe (S.T.)
  • Orphans
  • Migrant children
  • Street children
  • Children With Special Needs
  • HIV affected/infected children

Weaker Section
  • Backward Castes
  • Minorities and
  • Other Castes (whose annual income does not exceed ` 60,000 per annum)


"The following order of preference shall be followed by the schools .... in admitting children

Disadvantaged groups
  • Orphans, HIV affected and disabled                                                                                   = 5%
  • Scheduled Castes                                                                                                                     = 10%
  • Scheduled Tribes                                                                                                                     =  4%

Weaker sections
    • Others viz., Backward Castes, Minorities, Other Castes (whose annual income does not exceed ` 60,000 per annum)                                                                                                             = 6%

Total                                                                                                                                                       = 25%

i) The above arrangement of reservation in sequential order is applicable to private schools in plain areas. Where orphans, HIV affected and disabled are not available or available only to a certain extent such vacancies will be filled by STs and SCs. After exhausting all applications for admission of Orphans, HIV affected and disabled, SC and ST if any seats remain unfilled such seats will be added to the percentage of weaker sections.

ii) In Tribal areas, all ST children should be admitted first. After exhausting applications of ST children, SC children may be admitted. After exhausting the SC, the remaining seats will be filled by others.

iii) In Minority institutions, all candidates belonging to minority concerned should be considered for filling first. After exhausting applications of Minorities the left over seats may be filled in the order of ST, SC and BC."


Proof of Residence:
  • Ration Card
  • Pattadar Pass Book
  • Electricity Bill
  • House-Tax Receipt or extract of the House-Tax register maintained by the Gram Panchayat  
  • /Municipality /Corporation
  • Telephone Bill if any or
  • Any other document as specified by the Government from time to time


Minister (Primary Education, SSA)
Secretary (School Education (SE Wing)
Head of Department (AP Primary Education Project)
District Officials (Collector)

Member of Parliament - Lok Sabha | Rajya Sabha


For expert assistance in submitting the applications, please contact

M.V. Foundation
201, Narayan Apartments,
West Marredpally,
Secunderabad - 500026, AP India.
Phone: +91 (40) 27801320, 27700290, 27710150
Fax: +91 (40) 27808808, 27701656


 Right to Information (RTI) Date
  RTI Reply Andhra Pradesh Government 26 June 2014

Round table on implementation of RTE Act (The Hindu, 22 June 2014)

School Bandh called for 4th time in 12 days (Deccan Chronicle, 25 June 2013
Vidya Sambaralu not on track (B. Madhu Gopal, The Hindu, 22 June 2013)
Schools closed for bandh third time in a month (Deccan Chronicle, 21 June 2013)
Govt delays RTE enforcement in state schools (Times of India, 27 May 2013)
Top Hyderabad schools look the other way (The Hindu, 17 Feb 2013)



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