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30 October, 2014

Lr.No.1, Dated: 26-10-2014 :: Summative II & III Questiom papers must be prepared at SCHOOL level

Lr.No.1/SSA/A3/2014 (SPD,SSA,AP), Dated: 26-10-2014 :: Summative II & III Questiom papers must be prepared at SCHOOL level

ORDER:
All the District Educational Officers and Project Officers (SSA) are informed that Government of Andhra Pradesh has introduced CCE from class I to VIII. As per this norms of CCE the question paper has to be set only by respective schools. There should not be any centralized question paper either at district or state level. However since the question paper setting under CCE is a new one, SSA office has been guiding the teachers for the last two years with the support of SCERT in setting Model Question papers and also sometimes supplying printed question papers. This year during the beginning of the academic year though it is made ample clear that question papers are to be set only at the school level, however some teachers have expressed concern that they are very disturbed with the division of the state and hence requested that Summative-I paper has to be set from SSA office. Hence teachers are instructed to spend Rs. 2.50 for every student. In many districts on one side it is complained that this amount is inadequate and on other side it is observed that many printing press people were involved in supply of question papers which is highly objectionable and against CCE guidelines. Under these circumstances it is decided that no Sumrmative- II or III will not be set from SSA office, it should be set only by respective school level. If the number of students is very less and if they want to have expertise from other teachers the question papers can be set at the cluster resource centers (Cluster Schools)/school complexes. Under no circumstances the entire district will adopt the same paper and if the paper is found in any printing press it will be viewed very seriously against all MEOs and DEOs. From 9 and 10 classes DCEB, were setting papers till last year. It is very clearly observed that district board was collecting money from private schools and delivering papers which private schools were never using. It also lead to collection of heavy amount from the private schools. To avoid this kind of malpractice the DCEB was cancelled by the Commissioner & Director of school education. All DEOs are immediately requested to return the amount collected from various private schools and also return the amount to the Government high schools pertaining to the amount collected from the Government Schools. Hereafter respective private schools and Government Schools will set question papers by themselves. Every school will sets its own question papers as per CCE methodology. The Government High Schools will continue to collect Rs.15.00 per student in respect of 9th and 10th classes as it is the practice of earlier. In respect 1st to 8th as no amount can be collected from students as per RTE. Hence the required amount should be spent out of the school grant available and the grants are inadequate, the respective schools/school complexes will issue only question papers and advise the students to bring their own answer papers/white papers. All the DEOs are hereby instructed that Summative -II & III should be conducted as per academic calendar apart from conducting formative assessment. The instructions should be forwarded to all MEOs, Private schools, Government Schools in the state.

Download Lr.No.1/SSA/A3/2014 (SPD,SSA,AP), Dated: 26-10-2014

29 October, 2014

G.O.Ms.No.135, Dt:29-10-2014 :: Detailed Guidelines on  Out-patient (OP) Treatment for Chronic Ailments under EHS

G.O.Ms.No.135, Dt:29-10-2014 :: Health, Medical and Family Welfare – Employees Health Scheme (EHS) – Detailed Guidelines on  Out-patient (OP) Treatment for Chronic Ailments  - Issued.

References:
1. G.O.Ms.No.174   HM&FW (M2) Dept dated  01-11-2013.
2. G.O.Ms.No.175   HM&FW (M2) Dept dated  01-11-2013.
3. G.O.Ms.No.176  HM&FW (M2) Dept dated  01-11-2013.
4. G.O.Ms.No.26 HM&FW (M2) Dept dated 05-02-2014.
5. G.O.Ms.No.117 HM&FW (I.1) Dept dated 12-08-2014.
6. From the CEO., AHCT., letter No.1159/P&C/EHS/2014, dated 03-03-2014.
7. G.O.Ms.No.134, HM&FW (I.1) Dept dated.29 -10-2014.

ORDER:

1. In the G.O. first read above, as amended in the G.Os., 4th  and 5th  read above, the then  Government of Andhra Pradesh launched the “Employees Health Scheme”  (EHS) with effect from 05-12-2013, to provide cashless treatment to the employees, pensioners and their dependent family members in empanelled network hospitals for the listed therapies notified in G.O.Ms.No.176 HM&FW (M2) Dept dated 01-11-2013, and this scheme ipso facto replaces the existing reimbursement system under APIMA Rules, 1972. In para 4.2.2.1 of the G.O., first read above it is mentioned that Out Patient (O.P)  treatment for pre-defined long-term (Chronic) diseases will be provided in notified hospitals and that orders on the modalities and provision of budget to the notified hospitals will be issued   separately.  In his letter 6th read above, the Chief Executive Officer, Aarogyasri Healthcare Trust had submitted proposals for issuing guidelines on ‘chronic OP treatment’.

2.  Consequent on reorganization of Andhra Pradesh, Government have reviewed the implementation of the Employees Health Scheme and has decided that out patient treatment for chronic  diseases, including consultation, medicines and diagnostics shall be provided in the notified Government Hospitals and the expenditure on this would be met from within 15% of the total estimated annual budget of Rs.220 crores.

3. Accordingly, after careful examination, Government hereby issue the following guidelines for Chronic Out-Patient treatment in notified Government Hospitals:

3.1. Out-Patient Treatment for Chronic Ailments:

• Chronic diseases that require OP treatment include those ailments like non communicable diseases (NCDS) such as Diabetes, Hypertension, Coronary Artery diseases, cerebro-vascular diseases, Cancers, Renal failure; communicable diseases such as Tuberculosis, Leprosy, etc., post-surgical, post-traumatic conditions, etc., all of which require longer-term sustained medical treatment.
• For chronic OP Treatment  in the Area Hospital / District Hospital / Teaching Hospital, there will be exclusive special clinic for EHS patients from 2. PM to 4 PM on week days .
• During the special clinic time a consultant doctor , Pharmacy , Radiology services and clinical laboratories services along with sample collection will be available.
• A fee of Rs.50/- for board specially consultant and Rs.100/- for super speciality consultant will be paid for a every EHS OP case which is seen and registered in the online system.

• Commissioner, of APVVP in case of Area Hospitals /  Superintendent of District Hospitals / Superintendent of the Teaching Hospital will provide the needed computer infrastructure, network connectivity and make arrangements for online registration of OP cases. HDS funds, including accruals from Aarogyasri revenues may be utilized for this purpose.
• Drugs will be supplied to the notified hospitals by APMSIDC, as per their indent and intern APMSIDC will receive the budget from the EHS fund managed by the Aarogyasri Trust.

3.2   Yearly medical check-up
• All the employees above 40 years will be eligible for a free medical check up in any  ‘notified hospital’ once in a year consisting of comprehensive services detailed instructions in this regard are being issued separately .

4. The expenditure towards ‘chronic OP treatment’, would be met from the EHS budget.

5. This order issues with the concurrence of Finance Department vide their U.O. No. 304/A1/EBS.V/2014, dt.29-10-2014

Download G.O.Ms.No.135, Dt:29-10-2014

G.O.Ms.No.134, Dated:29-10-2014 :: Modifications / Amendments to the Employees Health Scheme

G.O.Ms.No.134, Dt: 29-10-2014 :: Health Care – Employees Health Scheme – Modifications / Amendments to the Scheme – Orders – Issued.

References:
1. G.O.Ms.No.174 HM&FW (M2) Dept dated 01-11-2013.
2. G.O.Ms.No.175 HM&FW (M2) Dept dated 01-11-2013.
3. G.O.Ms.No.176 HM&FW (M2) Dept dated 01-11-2013.
4. G.O.Ms.No.26 HM&FW (M2) Dept dated 05-02-2014.
5. G.O.Ms.No.117 HM&FW (I.1) Dept dated 12-08-2014.
6. CEO, AHCT Letter No.3641 /P&C /EHS /2014-1,  dated 14-08-2014.
7. CEO, AHCT Letter No.3661/Accounts/EHS/2014-1, dated 14-08-2014.

ORDER:
1. In the G.O. first read  above, that has been  amended in the G.Os., 4th  and 5th  read above, the then Government of pre organised Andhra Pradesh State launched “Employees Health Scheme” with effect from 05-12-2013, to provide cashless treatment to the employees, pensioners and their dependent family members in empanelled network hospitals for the listed therapies notified in G.O.Ms.No.176 HM&FW (M2) Dept dated 01-11-2013,  duly replacing the reimbursement of expenditure incurred for inpatient care subject to the provisions of APIMA Rules, 1972.

2. Consequent on  reorganization of Andhra Pradesh, Government has reviewed the implementation of the Employees Health Scheme.    After careful consideration of the matter, Government  hereby issue the following orders in modification of the orders issued in the Government Orders first to fourth read above,  with reference to the “Employees Health Scheme”

A. The Scheme, which was originally launched with effect from  05-12-2013, shall be implemented with all the following  modifications,  in a full-fledged manner, with immediate effect. Health cards to all the remaining beneficiaries shall be issued immediately.

B.  In the first phase the following categories of beneficiaries will be covered.
a) Serving employees:
(i)  All regular State Government Employees, as defined under the Fundamental Rules (FR), including Provincialised work  charged employees; and
(ii)  Provincialised employees of Local Bodies
b) Retired employees:
(i) All Service Pensioners;
(ii) Family pensioners and;
(iii) Re-employed service pensioners

C. The Employees / Pensioners health cards shall be seeded with Aadhar data, which shall be the basis for Biometric identification under Employees Health Scheme .

D. Steering Committee under the chairmanship of Chief Secretary, as envisaged in the G.O., first read above,  shall be constituted immediately by including ten (10) members of  the recognized associations of the NGO’s, Pensioner’s Gazetted Officers Association and proportionate member of officers to be nominated by the Government. The General Administration (Services) will issue specific orders defining the composition Steering Committee.

E. The Steering Committee shall review the implementation of the scheme periodically and make appropriate recommendations for improving the effectiveness and efficiency of the scheme to the Government.

F. Out of one thousand eight hundred and eighty five (1885) procedures notified in G.O.Ms.No.176 HM&FW (M2) Dept dated 01-11-2013, three hundred and forty seven (347) procedures, which were earlier reserved exclusively for Government network hospitals, shall  be permitted for treatment in all Network hospitals i.e., both Government and private hospitals.    This, will, however, be reviewed after 6 months of implementation for taking a suitable decision on reservation of these procedures for Government hospitals.

G. The following rates are accepted for the Percutaneous Transluminal Coronary Angioplasty (PTCA) procedure with Stent:

(i) PTCA with bare metal Stent    – Rs.55,000/-
(ii) PTCA with  drug eluting Stent – Rs.65,000/-

H. The empanelled hospitals which have National Accreditation Board for Hospitals and Healthcare Providers (NABH) accreditation will be paid 25% over and above the package prices fixed for non-NABH Hospital, for  surgical and medical procedures, which shall include pre-admission OP evaluation.

I. The deductions from the salary / pension of the employees / pensioners towards contribution under the Scheme,  shall be effected from the salary / pension pertaining to November, 2014 payable on 01-12-2014. Medical reimbursement under APIMA Rules, 1972 will not be allowed for the treatment undergone on and after 01-12-2014. Finance Department will issue instructions to all the Drawing & Disbursing Officers, Pension Payment Officers / Sub-Treasury Officers accordingly.

J. The benefits enumerated above shall be implemented within the estimated annual budget of Rs.220 crores, which is derived from 40% contributions from employees / pensioners and 60% contribution by the Government.

K. The Finance Department will issue separate orders out lining the procedure and for advancing funds to the Aarogyasri Health Care Trust from the monthly contributions based on the utilisation and settlement of claims.

L. The Finance department will issue orders for reimbursement of  expenditure incurred by Aarogyasri Trust towards claims payment and administrative expenditure   under Employees Health Scheme between 1-11-2013 and 31-10-2014.      

M. The expenditure incurred shall be reviewed by the Steering Committee headed by Chief Secretary after six months of implementation, and the Committee shall make recommendation on revision of contributions or any other changes if found necessary.

3. The General Administration Department, the Finance Department and the Chief Executive Officer, Aarogyasri Health Care Trust shall take necessary further action in the matter.

5. This Order issues with the concurrence of Finance Department vide their U.O.No.304/A1/EBS.V/2014, Dated .29-10-2014.

Download G.O.Ms.No.134, Dated:29-10-2014

28 October, 2014

KGBV SPECIAL OFFICERS NOTIFOCATION, APPLICATION OF PRAKASAM DISTRICT

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SGT Seniority lists for promotions to LFL HM & School Assistants (Up dated 27-10-2014) of Prakasam Dist

Rc.No.B225/A4/2O14, Dt:27.10.14 :: Education-Primary Education- Provisional Seniority list of S.G.Ts for promotion to the post of School Assts (Social Studies, Biological Science, Maths) and L.F.L H.M -Communicated -Reg

ORDER:
The provisional Seniority list of S.G,Ts for promotion to the post of School Assts (Social Studies, Biological Science, Maths) and L.F.L H.M is here with communicated and requested to submit their objections/appeals to this office on or before 37-10-2014 through the Mandal Educational Officers/ Head of the institutions for taking necessary action.

All the Mandal Educational Officers/ Head of the institutions concerned are requested to submit the objections/appeals to this office with in stipulated date.If any filed by the individuals.

Seniority lists updated on 27.10.14:
Maths&P.S
Biology
Social
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27 October, 2014

Cir.Rc.No.63, Dt.22-10-14 :: Micro planning initiated with MEOs for development of CLUSTER SCHOOLS in every Mandals

Circular.Rc.No. 63 / SSA/A3/2014. Dt.22-10-2014 :: A.P.S.S.A- Development of cluster schools of PS, UPS &HS in the Mandals- Micro planning with MEOs at Mandal level -Instructions- Reg.

ORDER:
The attention of the all D.E.Os and P.Os, SSA in the state is invited to the subject cited and they are informed that as per the discussions and guidance of CSE and SPD of SSA on development of Cluster schools at Primary level, Upper Primary level and High school level in each mandal , a concept paper is developed detailing the need for developing cluster schools. The purpose of the cluster schools is to build the schools as centers of excellence as a part of exercise to strengthen Public Education System in Andhra Pradesh to provide a comparable "Good Quality education" to rural poor people which is available in premier institutes located in urban areas. Thus the cluster schools will be a brand name stands for Excellence and Quality in the Public Education System.

Every cluster schools will be equipped with good infrastructural facilities such as building, compound wall, furniture, it will also be equipped ICT. Effort will be made to make every Cluster school a 'Smart' school. Pick and Dropping facility will be provided by the cluster school to the children coming far off places by arranging local transport. The concept of Green School will be introduced in these schools such as harnessing of solar energy, green cover, rain water harvesting, waste disposable system. Every cluster school in the State will have Telugu medium at Primary stage but at Upper primary and Secondary level the medium of instruction will be English. Each school will have one Head Master, and at least one teacher for each class in Primary/U.P/H.S .

Further all MEOs in the State are requested to assess their Mandals including number of primary , upper primary and High Schools available in the Mandal and critically analyze all the schools including their performance. The reasons for poor performance of primary schools has to be more critically analyzed.

As the concept of cluster schools is to develop well performing quality oriented primary, upper primary and High Schools , they should indentify some schools depending upon the necessity as cluster schools covering the entire geographical area of the Mandal so that most of the students in the Mandal will get benefitted by high quality school. For this purpose mapping of existing schools should be done and cluster schools should be selected in the state and that they would be convenient to the benefit of all the students in various habitations in the Mandal.

The plan prepared by West Godavari ( Dist) in respect of Dwaraka Tirumala is enclosed herewith to give an idea. The number of cluster schools for primary , upper primary and High Schools should be totally flexible and it should be decided based on the local needs only. This identification of cluster schools exercise should be completed by 30-10-2014 and consolidated proposals should be submitted by all the DEOs by 1-11-2014. While submitting the proposals the financial needs should also be indicated in the enclosed proforma.

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26 October, 2014

Rc.No.783, Dt:24.10.14 :: Engaging of Part Time Instructors in Art, Health & Physical and Work Edn. in UP School/ UP sections of High schools for 2014-15

Rc.No.783/SSA-AP/A9/20l4. Dated; 24.10.2014 :: SSA, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad - Engaging of Part Time Instructors in Art Education, Health & Physical Education and Work Education in the Upper Primary School/ Upper Primary sections of High schools for the academic year 2014-15-Regarding.

References:
1. This office Memo No. 26/RVM(SSA)/B10/C3/2011. Dated; 28.05.2014.

ORDER:
All the Project Officers of SSA and District Educational Officers in the state are informed that and it is brought to notice of the under signed that most of the Part Time Instructor posts are not filled up in the state in Upper Primary School/ Upper Primary sections of High schools for the academic year 2014-15. In view of the above they are permitted to engage the Part Time Instructors in Upper Primary School/ Upper Primary sections of High schools where there is less than 100 enrolment also where the Part Time Instructors not positioned keeping all other guidelines into consideration limiting to the number of PTls approved in AWP&B for the year 2014-15.

This has got the approval of the State Project Director, Sarva Shiksha Abhiyaan, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad.

Download Rc.No.783/SSA-AP/A9/20l4. Dated; 24.10.2014

Rc.No:646/SSA/AP/A8/2014, Dated: 24.10.2014 :: Instructions on Child enrolment with Aadhar seeding during the Janmabhoomi-Maa Vooru programme

Rc.No:646/SSA/AP/A8/2014, Dated:24.10.2014 :: APSSA, Hyderabad - Child enrolment with Aadhar seeding during the Janmabhoomi-Maa Vooru programme period - Instructions -Issued - Reg.

Ref:
1.This office Proc.Rc.No.646/SSA/AP/2014, dated: 27.08.2014
2.Memo No.15782/Prog.ll/A2/2014, dated: 13.10.2014 of the Principal Secretary to Govt., Education Department, Govt, of A.P, Hyderabad.

ORDER:
With reference to the Govt. Memo 2 cited, the Project Officers of SSA and District Educational Officers in the State are requested to complete the process of children enrolment with Aadhar seeding in the districts during the ensuring "Janmabhoomi-Maa Vooru" programme period without fail.

They are further informed that the Government is taking serious issue on non completion of Aadhar seeding in the state and they are requested to complete the process without further delay.

This should be treated as most urgent.

Download Rc.No:646/SSA/AP/A8/2014, Dated: 24.10.2014

24 October, 2014

New CCE Grading System :: APUTF Magazine February 2014


Rc.No.25/Est-2-1/2014, Dt.20.10.2014 :: Deputation Basis Work Adjustment(as per GO-55 & 61) Orders released

Deputation Basis Work Adjustment Orders released As per Rc.No.25/Est-2-1/2014 Dt.20.10.2014. Work Adjustment shall be done as per GO-55 & 61

Identification of Surplus Teachers:
>The jr most in the seniority category is surplus in case sr. prefers shall be as surplus
>the teacher identified as surplus shifted to needy school in the previous of rationalization exercise, need not be shifted again in the present work adjustment basis
>If a teacher was transferred and not put in two years service and whose post is now renderd surplus, such teacher shall not be identified for work adjustment. Instead, other teacher who have completed two years shall be identified.
>If a teacher transferred during the transfer couselling held in 2013 and is not releived yet,even his post now identified as surplus, such teacher may be retained in the same place

Work Adjustment

Identification of Vacancies:
>Identify the schools where the teachers are rendered surplus
>identify the schools where the teachers are deficit
>priority shall be given to the backward Mandals
>list out all the surplus teachers, and prepare District wise seniority list
>priority shall be given to no teacher school
>Posting of teachers on work Adjustment by District level committee members as
i) Collector
ii) C.E.O
iii) D.E.O

Criteria for providing on work Adjustment
>Those who are identified as surplus ason 01.10.2014 shall be deputed with in Management
>Salaries shall be paid from where they are working at present





Download G.O.MS.No:55, Dated:23.4.11

Download G.O.MS.No:61, Dated:16.5.2011

22 October, 2014

APSSC 2014-15 Regular Exam fee Dates and METHOD of Payment

Rc.No.149/B-2/2014,Dt:20.10.14 :: Notification of Due Dates of AP SSC March 2015 Examinations from office of DGE, AP,Hyderabad

Notification:
The following are the due dates for remittance of Examination fee for Regular / Once failed Private candi- am without school study appearing for the first time and Private candidates appearing from Outside the State and Outside Countries, for the SSC Public Examinations to be held in March. 2015. All recognized schools Heads of institutions have to remit the fee in the prescribed Treasuary Challan onlyenclosing a list of candidates to it.



IMPORTANT NOTE:

1. If any of the above dates are declared Public Holidays, the next immediate working day may be reckoned for the purpose. 2. Due dates of remittance of Examinatton fee will not he extended further under any circumstances.

HEAD Of ACCOUNT:

0202 - Education, Sports, Arts & Culture. 01 - General Education 102 - Secondary Education 06 - Director, Government Examinations. 800 - User Charges.

DDO Code: 270003030001

IMPORTANT NOTE:

1. Fee for Regular candidates for all subjects is Rs.125/-
2. Fee for upto three and less than 3 subjects is Rs. 110/-
3. Fee for more than 3 subjecis is Rs.125/-
4. Attendance exemption fee for Private candidates without school sludy is Rs 650/- in addition to the Examination fee.

Download Rc.No.149/B-2/2014, Dt:20.10.14

G.O.Rt.No.2597, Dt: 21.10.14 :: Procedure & Clarification on claiming Pay Arrear Bills prior to 2-6-14

G.O.Rt.No.2597(FIN.DEPT) Dated: 21 -10-2014 :: A.P. State Reorganization Act, 2014 – Certain arrears and other claims pertaining to the period prior to bifurcation of the erstwhile State of Andhra Pradesh i.e., 02-06-2014 - Clarification on their admissibility and apportionment of liability and expenditure on
such claims in residuary State of Andhra Pradesh – Procedure and Clarification - Orders – Issued.

References:
1. A.P. Reorganisation Act. 2014.
2. Go.Ms.No. 243,Fin(TFR) Dept., dt. 22.07.2014 of Government of Telangana.

O R D E R:
1. After bifurcation of the State, many drawing and disbursing officers have requested the Government to clarify on the procedure to be adopted for admitting arrear bills/unpassed bills (returned) before 02.06.2014 and subsequently admitted.

2. Government after careful examination, hereby order the following procedure and guidelines to be adopted for claiming the payment of arrear claims and bills prior to the appointed date.

(A) Pay & Allowances bills (Salaries, Arrear Claims of Increments, Fixation etc.,) and Leave Salary.
i) The sanctioning authority shall clearly indicate the apportionment of the liability between the States of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, in the population ratio, ie, 58.32 & 41.68, respectively. The DDOs shall prepare two separate bills (in respect of
each claim), one for liability of the State of AP and another for the liability of the State of Telangana. The bill for the liability of the Andhra Pradesh State shall be preferred under respective head of the Department, under 010 Salaries or under relevant Detailed
Head/Sub Detailed Head, whereas the expenditure for the liability of the State of Telangana shall be booked under MJH- 8793-ISS- MNH-129 – Telangana. The trans ID of each bill shall also be indicated on the other part of the bill (Telangana share)for cross
verification. The Treasury Officer/ PAO/ PAO(Works) must ensure that the bills for the liability of both States are submitted simultaneously, otherwise the bills shall be returned with audit objection. The DDOs of the last station of the composite State of AP, shall furnish a Non Drawl Certificate in respect of claim of each individual and the DDOs of the Offices in successor States shall enclose the same to one of the bills, submitted to the Treasuries. An attested copy of the same shall be enclosed to the 2nd bill of the claim. The other laid down codal provisions shall be strictly followed for preparation and auditing of the bills for payment by the DDOs and the Treasury officers respectively.
The above procedure may be adopted in respect of the claims, which relate to the period, up to 1.06.2014, for which sanctions have been accorded on or after 2.06.2014.
ii) In respect of the claims for which sanctions have already been accorded for the period, that pertains partly to the composite State of AP and either of the successor States of AP and Telangana, the DDOs shall be permitted to act based on such sanctions.
In such circumstances the DDOs have to prepare three bills for settlement of the claims, viz
(a) One bill for the liability of the State of Andhra Pradesh @ 58.32% of the liability up to 1.06.2014 debitable to the regular expenditure head.
(b) Another bill for the liability of the State of Telangana @ 41.68%of the liability up to 1.06.2014 debitable to MJH- 8793-ISS- MNH-129 – Telangana.
(c) The 3rd bill for the period from 2.06.2014 onwards by concerned State debitable to the regular expenditure head.
iii) In respect of the claims that pertain partly to the period of the composite State of AP and partly to residuary State of AP, for which sanction has not been accorded, competent authority in the successor State shall be permitted to accord sanction , duly
obtaining all the relevant information from the concerned and incur the expenditure. The procedure for drawl and apportionment of expenditure shall be as in the case of claims at para A (ii).

(B) LTC, TA, Medical Reimbursement and Utility Payments (i.e., Water, Electricity,Telephone etc.,) pertaining to the period prior to bifurcation i.e., 02.06.2014 :-
In respect of claims such as LTC, TA, Medical Reimbursement and utility payments (i.e., water, electricity, telephone etc.,) pertaining to the period prior to the bifurcation of the State i.e., 02.06.2014 (composite state) the DDOs shall claim and prefer two bills in the population ratio i.e., 58.32% & 41.68% in respect of both states as given below:
(1) AP state share: - 58.32% of the total bill debitable to the expenditure head concerned.
(2)Telangana State share :- 41.68% of the total bill debitable to the Head of Account MJH-8793 – ISS - MNH-129-Telangana.
The sanctioning authority shall clearly mention the apportionable amount of the total claim in respect of both the states in the sanction order duly showing the amount under each HOA to which it is debitable duly reducing the advances paid if any and the
supporting vouchers & documents in original and original sanction order shall be enclosed to the AP state share bill and the photostat copies shall be enclosed to the Telangana State share bill i.e., MJH- 8793-ISS- MNH-129 – Telangana. The transaction
IDs of both the bills should be noted on the corresponding part of the bill for cross verification and both the bills should be submitted simultaneously at Treasury / PAO as the case may be.
The DDOs of the last station of the composite state shall clearly mention in the L.P.C., of the respective individual as to the advances drawn & paid towards TA, LTC, Medical reimbursement etc. This would enable the DDOs of the offices in successor
State to take further necessary action in settlement of bills.

(C) The other payments which are not covered under the above mentioned expenditure heads which are due for the period before 02.06.2014 shall also be apportioned between Andhra Pradesh and Telangana states in the population ratio i.e., 58.32 & 41.68 as per the procedure envisaged above.

(D) The bills which fall due for the period after bifurcation i.e., w.e.f . 02.06.2014 shall be borne by the respective states only.

3. All Departments of Secretariat are requested to issue suitable instructions to the Heads of Departments under their control to ensure that these instructions are scrupulously followed by the D.D.Os., under their control.

4. The Director of Treasuries and Accounts, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad / Pay and Accounts Officer, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad / Director of Works and Accounts, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad shall issue suitable instructions to their unit offices.

5. All departments shall comply with the above orders, obtaining additional budget where necessary. The submission and passing of bills pertaining to period before 02.06.2014 shall be completed by 31.12.2014 without fail.

Download G.O.Rt.No.2597, Dt: 21.10.14

Download S-II form(for CPS Holders) and Instructions for Submission

All CPS Holders have to Update your address, Mobile no.& email ID in NPS account by submitting S2 Form to Nodal Office.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILLING S II FORM :
1. This form is to be used for the purpose of change/correction in subscriber personal details, nominee details, reissue of I-Pin /T-Pin or reissue of PRAN card. 
2. The form is to be submitted at the Nodal office for carrying out the necessary changes
3. Please tick the box on the left margin of appropriate row where change/correction is required’ and provide the details in the
corresponding row. Please strike off the remaining blank rows for which no change is requested.
4. Form to be filled legibly in BLOCK LETTERS and in BLACK INK only. 
5. Details Marked with (*) are the mandatory fields. 
6. Mention 12 digits PRAN correctly.
7. All Dates Should be in “DDMMYYYY” Format
8. If permanent address & present address isare different, all future communications will be sent to present address.
9. Nomination:
a. Subscriber can nominate maximum three nominees.
b. Subscriber can not fill the same nominee details more than once. 
c. Percentage share value for all the nominees must be integer. Fractional value will not be accepted.
d. Sum of percentage share across all the nominees must be equal to 100. If sum of percentage is not equal to 100, nomination will be rejected.
10. Reissue of T-Pin, I-Pin and reissue of PRAN card will be chargeable by the CRA.

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Rc.No:7629./B7/2014, Dt:18-10-2014 :: Memo issued for 50 MEO's of Prakasam Dist due to Non-Submission of U-DISE Data intime

Rc.No:7629./B7/2014, dt:  18-10-2014 :: Education – UDISE 2014-15 – Data Collection & Scrutiny work - Involvement  Of   Dy. Educational Officers , Mandal Educational Officers – Certain MEOs  failed to Submit -Submission of data Capture formats to District Level by MEOs as per Schedule (Venue:GHS(Girls), Bundlamitta, Ongole)  from 15-10-2014 to 18-10-2014 – Explanation Called for.

Ref:- Proc RC No: 7629/B7/2014 Dated:  -10-2014 of the DEO,Ongole, Prakasam Dt.

ORDER;
      In the reference cited, all the Mandal Educational Officers in the District is brought to the subject cited and they are informed that, Unified District Information System for Education(U-DISE) data collection is being taken up from all the schools and Junior Colleges in the District with reference date 30-09-2014.In this connection all the Mandal Educational Officers in the District are informed to involve in UDISE data collection and Scrutiny work and issue necessary instructions to all the Headmasters/Principals of primary, Upper Primary , High schools and Junior colleges for 100% error free data collection  and scrutiny work.
      But the following Mandal Educational Officers were failed to submit UDISE 2014-15  data collection and Scrutiny work as on 18-10-2014, though they are well known about the importance of the  UDISE Data.
      Hence, they are hereby instructed to submit their written explanation for the defaulters to submit UDISE 2014-15 data collection and Scrutiny work to the undersigned failing which action will be initiated against them and will be reported to the District Collector.

Submitted Mandals:

01. GUDLURU
02. HM PADU
03. INKOLLU 
04. ULAVAPADU  
05. MADDIPADU
06. KORISAPADU

Not submitted Mandals :

01. ADDANKI     
02. ARDHAVEEDU
03. BALLIKURAVA
04. BESTAVARIPETA
05. C.S.PURAM
06. CHIMAKURTHI
07. CHINAGANGAM
08. CHIRALA
09. CUMBUM
10. DARSI
11. DONAKONDA
12. GIDDALURU
13. J.PANGULURU
14. KANDUKURU
15. KANIGIRI
16. KARAMCHEDU
17. KOMAROLU
18. KONAKANAMITLA
19. KONDAPI
20. KOTHAPATNAM
21. KURICHEDU
22. LINGASAMUDRAM
23. MARKAPUR
24. MARRIPUDI
25. MARTURU
26. MUNDLAMURU
27. NG PADU
28. ONGOLE
29. P.C.PALLI
30. P.DORNALA
31. PAMURU
32. PARCHURU
33. PEDARAVEEDU
34. PODILI
35. PONNALURU
36. PULLALACHERUVU
37. RACHARLA
38. SANTHAMAGULURU
39. SINGARAYAKONDA
40. SN PADU
41. TALLURU
42. TANGUTUR
43. TARLUPADU
44. TRIPURANTHAKAM
45. VALETIVARIPALEM    
46. VELIGANDLA
47. VETAPALEM
48. YEDDANAPUDI
49. YERRAGONDAPALEM              
50. ZARUGUMALLI

21 October, 2014

G.O.MS.No.72(SW.EDN.2), Dt.18-10-14 :: Social Welfare Department – Post Matric Scholarships (PMS) Scheme 2014-15 Guidelines

G.O.MS.No.72(SW.EDN.2), Dt.18-10-14 :: Social Welfare Department – Post Matric Scholarships (PMS) Scheme - Sanction of PMS to the SC/ST/BC/EBC/Minority/Physically Challenged students – Policy for the academic year 2014-15– Orders – Issued.

References:
1. G.O.Ms.No.66, Social Welfare (Edn.2) Department, Dt. .08.09.2010
2. Andhra Pradesh Reorganization Act, 2014.

ORDER:
1. The Government of Andhra Pradesh is implementing the scheme of sanction of Post Matric Scholarships (PMS) to the SC, ST, BC, EBC, Minority and Physically Challenged students by way of reimbursing the Tuition fee (RTF) and the payment of Maintenance fee (MTF).

2. The State of Andhra Pradesh was  bifurcated into the State of Andhra Pradesh and the State  of Telangana, as per the provisions of  the Andhra Pradesh Reorganization Act, 2014.

3. Section 95 of the Andhra Pradesh Reorganization Act, 2014 states that  “in order to ensure equal opportunities for quality higher education to all students in the successor States, the existing admission quotas in all government or private, aided or un-aided institutions of higher, technical and medical education in so far as it is provided under the Article 371-D of the Constitution, shall continue as such for a period of ten years during which the existing admission process shall continue”.

4. Consequent to the bifurcation of the State, the policy governing the implementation of the Post Matric Scholarship Scheme to the SC/ST/BC/EBC/Minority and Physically Challenged students in the State of Andhra Pradesh, for the academic year 2014-15, is enunciated as follows:
    (a) All the provisions contained in G.O.Ms.No.66, Social Welfare  (Edn.2) Department, dated 08-09-2010, excepting the income criteria mentioned at Para 4.I (i)  in  respect of  the  students belonging to the SC & ST community, shall, mutatis  mutandis, be followed.
    (b) The enhanced income-ceiling limit of Rs.2.00 lakh per annum and the enhanced maintenance fees, in respect of the students belonging to the SC/ST community, and communicated vide G.O.Ms.No. 60, Social Welfare (Edn.2) Department, Dated 27.09.2011, shall continue to be in force.
    (c) The provisions contained in the Memo No. 10537/SW.Edn.2/ 2011- 5, dated 01.11.2011, stipulating   among   other   things,    the   maximum   age   for   applying for Post Matric Scholarships shall, mutatis mutandis, continue to be in force.

5. In amendment of the extant entitlement and the procedure for the filing and the processing of the claims for the Post-Matric Scholarship, prescribed in the G.O.s and Memo cited at Para (4) supra, it is hereby ordered that, for the academic year 2014-15, the following guidelines/additional guidelines, shall be followed, for the sanction of Post-Matric Scholarships to the SC/ST/BC/EBC/Minorities and Physically Challenged students:
     (a) It shall be mandatory to disclose and enter the Aadhaar (UID) number of the father and the mother of the student in addition to the Aadhaar (UID) number of the student, at the time of filing the application for both fresh and renewal Post-Matric  Scholarship.
     (b) It shall be mandatory to disclose and enter the Income Tax Permanent Account Number (PAN), if possessed, either by the student or the father or the mother of the student, at the time of filing the application for both fresh and renewal Post-Matric Scholarship.
     (c) It shall be mandatory to disclose and enter the Four Wheeler Registration Number, if possessed, either by the student or the father or the mother of the student, at the time of filing the application for fresh/renewal Post-Matric Scholarship.
     (d) It shall be mandatory to furnish the Nativity Certificate issued after 2nd June, 2014, by the Tahsildar through Meeseva, by the students belonging to the EBC/OC-Minorities/OC-Physically Challenged categories at the time of filing the application for both fresh and renewal Post-Matric Scholarships.
     (e) All the students applying for fresh Post-Matric Scholarship shall enclose the Income Certificates issued, after 2nd June 2014, by the Tahsildar through Meeseva.
     (f) Post-Matric Scholarships shall be sanctioned to the students belonging to Telangana, who are “local” to Andhra Pradesh and are studying in the institutions, located in Andhra Pradesh.
     (g) Post-Matric Scholarships shall be sanctioned to the students belonging to Andhra Pradesh and who are “local” to Andhra Pradesh and are studying in the institutions located in Telangana, as per within the State students norms.
     (h) The term “local” at Para 5 (f) and (g) supra, shall be defined as per the provisions contained in Para 9 of G.O.P.No.646, Education (W) Dept, dated 10.07.1979 issued under the provisions contained under Article 371-D of the Constitution of India.
      (i) The students falling in the categories mentioned at Para 5(f) & (g) supra shall enclose the Study/Bonafide certificates for a period of not less than seven consecutive! academic years ending with the academic year in which he/she appeared or, as the case may be first appeared in the relevant qualifying examination, while applying for both fresh and renewal Post-Matric Scholarship.

6. The Commissioner of Social Welfare/Commissioner of Tribal Welfare/Commissioner of BC Welfare/Director of Welfare of Disabled and Senior Citizens/Commissioner of Minorities Welfare are directed to take action accordingly.

7.  This order issues with the concurrence of Finance (EBS.III) Department vide their U.O.No.1924/65/A1/EBS.III/14, dated 16-10-2014 & 1419/PFS/2014, dated 17-10-2014.

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18 October, 2014

Mars Orbiter Mission shifts orbit to take cover from a comet Siding Spring

Following orbit insertion on September 24, MOM’s orbit had been 423 by 80,000 kilometers. Kiran Kumar, Director of ISRO’s Space Application Centre, said that on Tuesday MOM’s orbit was altered so as to move it behind the Red Planet when the comet arrives. For this maneuvering on Tuesday, the spacecraft consumed 1.9 kilograms of fuel. At the comet's closest approach, MOM will be 400 kilometers away from the surface of the Red Planet on the opposite side from the comet. Kumar said that MOM’s highest altitude was currently 72,000 kilometers, which is expected to remain unchanged even after the departure of the comet. The minimum distance between MOM and the comet on October 19 will be around 140,000 kilometers. According to him the comet will have no negative impact on the future performance of the spacecraft or its science mission. Kumar said that MOM will carry out observations of the comet and its Mars Colour Camera will click images of it. ISRO's chairman, K.Radhakrishnan, had stated earlier that the arrival of the comet will be viewed as an opportunity for doing scientific observations. ISRO and NASA scientists will collaborate in analyzing data generated by MOM and MAVEN related to the Comet Siding Spring.

The comet was discovered on 3 January 2013 by professional astronomer Robert McNaught at the Siding Spring

Comet Siding Spring's closest approach to Mars to scale, showing minimum and maximum estimated distances.

Projected position of Comet Siding Spring and its closest approach to Mars on 19 October 2014. View Complete details of comet siding spring

APSSA decided to form 10 to 12 CLUSTER SCHOOLS in each Mandal

The SPD, APSSA, Hyderabad has decided to build 10 to 12 Cluster Schools in a Mandal as centers of excellence to provide a comparable “Good Quality Education” to rural poor people.

*About Cluster Schools:
> Every Cluster school will be equipped with good infrastructural facilities
> every cluster school as a Smart School
>Pick & Dropping facility
>Concept of Green School
>Pri level Tel Medium,UP & Hs level EM
>Each Cluster School shall be attach nearly 5 to 6 schools.
>1 HM,at least 1 teacher for each class.
> with max no. of 10 Cluster schools covering the entire Mandal.

SSC 2014-15 PHYSICAL SCIENCE BIT BANK (E.M)

Dear Viewers,

Here with I am Attaching the BIT BANK For SSC 2014-15 Physical Science (English Medium) which was Prepared By Gali Sreekar, M.Sc.,B.Ed., Chirala Mandal of Prakasam Dist.

First I am thankful Sri G.Sreekar Garu for his effort to Preapre this BIT BANK to SSC Studens and Their Teachers.

This Bit Bank devided in to 5 Parts namely :

1.  Textual Bit Bank
2.  Complete Bit Bank
3.  Chemical compounds & Formulas
4.  Electronic Configuration of Elements
5.  Simple Technique of Periodic Properties

Hence all the Teachers and Students can use this Bit Bank by downloading it from the following link. iteacherz is Requesting all the teaching community of Physical Sciences to use this Bit Bank and make your children to get good knowledge on Subject and help them to get good marks in Public Exams.

* ieacherz will give support to the writers if anybody interesting to prepare more helpful material to students.

Also I am very thankful to

Sri Y.P.Manikya Rao Garu,
S.A(P.S), A.Z.P.H.School,
Vullipuram, AndhraPradesh
      to share this meterial with me.

Website:
www.sciencesir.blogspot.in

With best wishes,

Admin,
iteacherz.

Download SSC 2014-15 Physical Science (EM) BIT BANK

17 October, 2014

ప్రశంసనీయమైన ప్రయత్నం -ది హిందు ఎడిట్ :: జాతీయ అంతర్జాతీయ వార్తలు, విశ్లేషణ

(స్మార్ట్ ఫోన్లు, టాబ్లెట్లు తదితర ఎలక్ట్రానిక్ సాధనాలలో వినియోగించే నేవిగేషన్ సంకేతాల ప్రసారం కోసం ఇండియా సొంతగా ప్రయత్నాలు చేస్తోంది. అమెరికా అందిస్తున్న జి.పి.ఎస్ సేవల తరహాలో సొంత
వ్యవస్ధను ఏర్పరుచుకునే క్రమంలో మూడవ ఉపగ్రహాన్ని ఇండియా గురువారం ప్రయోగించింది. ఇతర దేశాలపై ఆధారపడకుండా భారత ప్రజలకు స్వయంగా
వివిధ ప్రయాణ నేవిగేషన్ సేవలను అందించే తాజా ఉపగ్రహ ప్రయోగంపై ది హిందూ అందించిన ఎడిటోరియల్.)

     అత్యంత సులభంగా రాకెట్లను ప్రయోగించడం భారత దేశానికి చెందిన పోలార్ శాటిలైట్ లాంచ్ వెహికల్ (పి.ఎస్.ఎల్.వి)కు ప్రమాణ చిహ్నంగా మారింది. ఈ ఉపగ్రహ ప్రయోగ వాహకం మూడవ ‘భారత ప్రాంతీయ ప్రయాణ అన్వేషక ఉపగ్రహ వ్యవస్ధ’ (Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System -IRNSS) రోదసీ
నౌకను గురువారం తెల్లవారు ఝామున (భూ) కక్ష్యలో.....

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15 October, 2014

follow HANDWASH DAY to Day - INSTRUCTIONS ISSUED BY DEO, PRAKASAM

Rc.No:01, Dt:3.10.14 :: Postponement of cirtain competitions in JANMABHOOMI-MAAVOORU scheduled on 16th, 18th due to cyclone

Rc.No:01/SSN-A7/2014, Dt:3.10.2014 :: A.P-Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan- Hyderabad - JANMABHOOMI MAA- VOORU - FROM 2nd to 20th October, 2014 - Conduct of debate/ elocution, essay writing, songs and slogans competitions Postponement of Competitions - Reg.

Ref:- Circular Instructions dt.06.10.2014 from SPD SSA AP Hyderabad

ORDER:
Necessary instructions have already been issued to all the District Educational Officers and Project Officers of Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan for conducting debate/ elocution, essay writing, songs and slogans competitions at mandalf district level on 16th & 18th October, 2014 respectively as part of JANMABHOOMI MAA VOORU programme.

But, In view of the Cyclone in the state the proposed competitions to be held at MandalfDistrict level on 16th and 18th in the state is postponed until further orders.New dates will be intimated shortly.

Download Rc.No:01/SSN-A7/2014, Dt:3.10.2014

10 October, 2014

G.O.Ms.No.199 Dated: 10.10.2014 :: Dearness Relief to Pensioners with effect from 01.07.2014

G.O.Ms.No.199 Dated: 10.10.2014 :: Pension – Dearness Relief to Pensioners with effect from 01.07.2014 – Revised - Orders –Issued

References:
1. G.O.Ms.No.52, Finance (PC.I) Department, dated 25.02.2010.
2. G.O.Ms.No.100, Finance (Pen.I) Department, dated 06-04-2010.
3. Memo.No.3630/UE.II/2010-2, Higher Education (UE.II) Department,
Dated 07-04-2010.
4. G.O.Ms.No.248, Finance (PC.I) Department, dated 07.07.2010.
5. G.O.Ms.No.249, Finance (Pen.I) Department, dated 07.07.2010.
6. G.O.Ms.No.356, Finance (PC.I) Department, dated 06.12.2010.
7. G.O.Ms.No.358, Finance (Pen.I) Department, dated 09.12.2010.
8. G.O.Ms.No.104 Finance (PC.I) Department, dated 30.05.2011.
9. G.O.Ms.No.106, Finance (Pen.I) Department, dated 04-06-2011.
10. G.O.Ms.No.25, Finarnce (PC.I) Department, dated 02.02.2012.
11. G.O.Ms.No.32, Finance (Pen.I) Department, dated 03.02.2012.
12. G.O.Ms.No.48, Finance (Pen.I) Department, dated 24.02.2012.
13. G.O.Ms.No.178, Finance (PC.I) Department, dated 04.07.2012.
14. G.O.Ms.No.179, Finance (Pen.I) Department, dated 05.07.2012.
15. G.O.Ms.No.297, Finance (PC.I) Department, dated 14.11.2012.
16. G.O.Ms.No.298, Finance (Pen.I) Department, dated 15.11.2012.
17. G.O.Ms.No.136, Finance (PC.I) Department, dated 11.06.2013.
18. G.O.Ms.No.138, Finance (Pen.I) Department, dated 13.06.2013.
19. G.O.Ms.No.294, Finance (PC.I) Department, dated 26.10.2013.
20. G.O.Ms.No.296, Finance (Pen.I) Department, dated 28.10.2013.
21. G.O.Ms.No.102, Finance (PC.I) Department, dated 14.05.2014.
22. G.O.Ms.No.103, Finance (Pen.I) Department, dated 15.05.2014.
23. G.O.Ms.No.198, Finance (PC.I) Department, dated 09.10.2014.

O R D E R:
Government hereby order the revision of rates of Dearness Relief to pensioners sanctioned in the G.O. 22nd read above from 71.904% to 77.896% with effect.from 01.07.2014 in respect of: -
(i) those who retired from service after 01.07.2008 and drawing pension in the Revised Pay Scales, 2010
(ii) those who retired prior to 01.7.2008 and whose pension was consolidated in the light of orders issued in the G.O. 2nd readabove.

2. Government also hereby order the revision of rates of Dearness Relief from179.922% to 191.226% with effect from 01.07.2014 to the Pensioners who aredrawing their pension in Revised Pay Scales, 2005 and not consolidated in terms of the orders issued in the reference 2nd read above.

3. Government also hereby order the revision of rates of Dearness Relief from186.504% to 196.320% with effect from 01.07.2014 to the Pensioners who aredrawing their pension in Revised Pay Scales, 1999 and not consolidated in terms ofthe orders issued in G.O.(P) No.248, Finance (Pen.I) Department, dated 04.10.2005.

4. Government also hereby order the revision of rates of Dearness Relief in respectof pensioners who retired after 01.01.1996 drawing UGC Pay Scales 1996 from 200%to 212% with effect from 01.07.2014 since the Dearness Relief was regulated upto01.01.2007 by merging 50% Dearness Relief with basic pension through G.O (P)No.183 Finance (Pen.I) Department dated 2.8.2007 based on the orders issued in G.O (P) No.173 Finance (PC.I) Department dated 23.7.2007.

5. Government also hereby order the revision of rates of Dearness Relief to thepensioners who retired while drawing UGC Pay Scales 2006 from 01.01.2006 from100% to 107% with effect from 01.07.2014.

6. Government also hereby order the revision of rates of Dearness Relief to thepensioners/family pensioners whose pension was consolidated as per orders issued inG.O.Ms.No.54, Higher Education (UE.II) Department, dated 08.06.2011 andG.O.Ms.No.31, Higher Education (UE.II) Department, dated 24.05.2013 from 100% to107% with effect from 01.07.2014.

7. Government also hereby order the revision of rates of Dearness Relief sanctioned in G.O.Ms.No.4 Law (Law & J-SC.F) Department dated 06.01.2011 to thePensioners who drawing pension as per Justice E.Padmanabhan Committee reportfrom 100% to 107% with effect from 01.07.2014.

8. These orders are applicable to:
(1) (a) All Government Pensioners in receipt of Service Pensions, FamilyPensions under Revised Pension Rules, 1951, Andhra PradeshLiberalised Pension Rules, 1961 and Andhra Pradesh GovernmentServants (Family Pension) Rules, 1964.
     (b) Teaching and Non-Teaching pensioners of Municipalities, PanchayatRaj Institutions and Aided Educational Institutions, in receipt of pensions under the Andhra Pradesh Liberalised Pension Rules, 1961and Andhra Pradesh Government Servants (Family Pension) Rules,1964.
     (c) Teaching and Non-Teaching staff in Aided Educational Institutions inreceipt of pensions under the Contributory Provident Fund-cum-Pension and Gratuity Rules, 1961 and Andhra Pradesh LiberalisedPension Rules, 1961.
     (d) Those drawing family pensions under G.O.Ms.No.22, Finance &Planning (FW: Pen.I) Department, dated 16.1.1971, G.O.Ms.No.104,Finance & Planning (FW: Pen.I) Department, dated 13.4.1973 andG.O.Ms.No.25, Finance & Planning (FW: Pen.I) Department, dated2.2.1974.
     (e) Pensioners in receipt of Compassionate Pension under the rules forCompassionate Pensions and Gratuities in the Hyderabad CivilServices Rules; and
     (f) Those in receipt of Pensions under the Wound and ExtraordinaryPension Rules.
(2) Jagir and Estate Pensioners and
(3) Pensioners governed by Andhra Pradesh Revised Pension Rules, 1980.

9. These orders are not applicable to the financial assistance grantees andothers who are not entitled to Dearness Relief.

10. Ready Reckoner showing the Dearness Relief payable to the State Pensioners interms of these orders is annexed.

11. The amount of Dearness Relief shall be rounded off to the next rupee.

12. The arrears of the Revised Dearness Relief to Pensioners shall be paidalong with the pension of October, 2014 payable on 1st November, 2014.

13. All the Treasury Officers/ Pension Payment Officers shall work out and makepayments of the Dearness Relief on Pension sanctioned in this order without waitingfor further authorization/ instructions from the Accountant General (A&E), AndhraPradesh, Hyderabad, in terms of the orders issued in the G.O.Ms.No.270, Finance &Planning (FW: PSC.I) Department, dated 7.10.1986.

14. The expenditure is allocable among the various States in accordance withprovisions of Rule 24 of the incidence of pension rules in Appendix III-B of the AndhraPradesh Accounts Code, Volume-I.

15. The categories of employees who are not covered for payment through theTreasuries, the expenditure shall be debited to the Pension Funds of Zilla Parishadsand Pension funds of the respective Municipal Councils in so far as the Non-Teaching,Non-Government Pensioners of the Municipalities are concerned and the relevantHead of Account of Government in so far as the teachers are concerned.

16. In respect of the Pensioners of the Universities the expenditure on account of the Dearness Relief now sanctioned above shall be met from the Block Grants allottedto them.

17. The G.O is available on Internet and can be accessed at the addresshttp://goir.ap.gov.in.

Download  G.O.Ms.No.199, Dt: 10.10.14 for D.R table

SSC 2014-15 Physical Science (EM) Material Prepared By Gali Sreekar, M.Sc.,B.Ed.,

Dear Viewers,

Here with I am Attaching the Material For SSC 2014-15 Physical Science (English Medium) which was Prepared By Gali Sreekar, M.Sc.,B.Ed., Chirala Mandal of Prakasam Dist.

First I am thankful Sri G.Sreekar Garu for his effort to Preapre this useful material to SSC Studens and Their Teachers.

Salient Features of This Material:

*   Focused on Slow Learners
*   Easy to Understand various Concepts
*   Helps to improve students themselves
*   Based on Newly Implemented CCE Method

Hence all the Teachers and Students can use this material by downloading it from the following link. iteacherz is Requesting all the teaching community of Physical Sciences to use the material and make your children to get good Practical and Theoritical knowledge on Subject and help them to get good marks in SSC Public Exams in 2014-15.

In this context i am requesting Sri Gali Sreekar Garu to prepare Telugu Medium Material also to help poor students of our Govt. Schools.

* ieacherz will give support to the writers if anybody interesting to prepare more helpful material to students.

Also I am very thankful to
Sri Y.P.Manikya Rao Garu,
S.A(P.S), A.Z.P.H.School,
Vullipuram, AndhraPradesh
Website: www.sciencesir.blogspot.in

With best wishes,

Admin,
iteacherz.

SSC 2014-15 Physical Science (English Medium) Material

09 October, 2014

G.O.MS.No. 198, Dated: 09.10.2014 :: DA Raised from 71.904 % to 77.896 % fot AP State.Govt Employees

G.O.MS.No. 198, Dated: 09.10.2014 ::  ALLOWANCES – Dearness Allowance – Dearness Allowance to the State Government Employees from 1st July 2014– Sanctioned – Orders – Issued.

References:
1. G.O.(P).No.588, Finance (PC-I) Department, dated 7-8-2004.
2. G.O.(P).No.4, Finance (PC-I) Department, dated 10-1-2005.
3. G.O.(P).No.161, Finance (PC-I) Department, dated 22-6-2005.
4. G.O.(P).No.213, Finance (PC-I) Department, dated 27-8-2005.
5. G.O.(P).No.214, Finance (P.C.I) Department, dated 30-8-2005.
6. G.O.(P).No.112, Finance (P.C.I) Department, dated 05-05-2006.
7. G.O.(P).No.117, Finance (P.C.I) Department, dated 08-05-2006.
8.  G.O.(P).No.139, Finance (P.C.I) Department, dated 05-06-2006.
9. G.O.(P).No.19, Finance (P.C.I) Department, dated 02-02-2007.
10.  G.O.(P).No.133, Finance (P.C.I) Department, dated 12-06-2007.
11.  G.O.(P).No.255, Finance (P.C.I) Department, dated 17-10-2007.
12.  G.O.(P).No.100, Finance (P.C.I) Department, dated 09-04-2008.
13.  G.O.(P).No.372, Finance (P.C.I) Department, dated 13-11-2008.
14.  G.O.(P).No.104, Finance (P.C.I) Department, dated 31-03-2009.
15.    G.O.Ms.No.265, Finance (PC.I) Department, dated 26.10.2009.
16. G.O.Ms.No.9, Finance (PC-I) Department, dated: 18.01.2010
17. G.O.Ms.No.63, Finance (PC.I) Department, dated: 09.03.2010.
18. G.O.Ms.No.248, Finance (PC-I) Department, dated: 07.07.2010.
19.    G.O.Ms.No.352, Finance (PC-I) Department, dated: 06.12.2010.
20. G.O.Ms.No.104, Finance (PC-I) Department, dated: 30.05.2011.
21.  G.O.Ms.No.25, Finance (PC-I) Department, dated: 02.02.2012.
22.    G.O.Ms.No.178, Finance (PC-I) Department, dated: 04.07.2012.
23.    G.O.Ms.No.250, Finance (Pension- I) Department, dated: 06.09.2012.
24.    G.O.Ms.No.297, Finance (PC.I) Department, dated: 14.11.2012. 
25.    G.O.Ms.No.136, Finance (PC.I) Department, dated: 11.06.2013.
26. G.O.Ms.No.294, Finance (PC.I) Department, dated: 26.10.2013.
27.    G.O.Ms.No.102, Finance (PC.I) department, dated:14.05.2014.
28.    G.O.Ms.No.127, Finance (PC.I) department, dated:27.05.2014

O R D E R:
Government hereby order revision of Dearness Allowance (DA) sanctioned in the Government Orders 27th read above to the employees of Government of Andhra Pradesh from 71.904% of the basic pay to 77.896% of basic pay with effect from 1st July, 2014.

2. The Dearness Allowance sanctioned in the above para shall also be payable to:
i) The employees of Zilla Parishad, Mandal Parishad, Gram Panchayats, Municipalities, Municipal Corporations, Agricultural Market Committees and Zilla Grandhalaya
Samasthas, Work Charged Establishment, who are drawing pay in a regular scale of pay in the Revised Pay Scales, 2010 and to the full time contingent employees whose remuneration has been revised from Rs.3850/- to Rs.6700/- per month vide G.O.Ms.No.171, Finance (P.C.III) Department, dated 13.05.2010.
ii) Teaching and Non-Teaching Staff of Aided Institutions including Aided Polytechnics who are drawing pay in a regular scale of pay in the Revised Pay Scales, 2010.
iii) Teaching and Non-Teaching Staff of Universities who are drawing pay in a regular scale of pay in the Revised Pay Scales, 2010.

3. Government also hereby order the revision of Dearness Allowance rates in respect of State Government employees drawing the Revised U.G.C Pay Scales, 2006, from 100% to 107% of the basic pay with effect from 1st July, 2014.  

3.1. The above rate of Dearness Allowance is also applicable to:
(i) The Teaching and Non-Teaching staff of Government and AidedAffiliatedDegreeColleges who are drawing pay in the Revised U.G.C Pay Scales, 2006. 
(ii) The Teaching staff of the Universities and the Teaching staff of Govt. Polytechnics who are drawing pay in the Revised UGC/AICTE Pay Scales,2006.

4. Government also hereby order the revision of Dearness Allowance rates in respect of State Government employees drawing the Revised U.G.C Pay Scales 1996, from 200% to 212% of the basic pay with effect from 1
st July 2014, as DA equivalent to 50% Basic Pay was already merged through G.O.Ms.No.9, Higher Education (U.E.I) Department, dated: 8-2-2006 and G.O.(P)No.173,
Finance (PC.I) Department, dated:23.07.2007.

4.1. The above Dearness Allowance rate is also applicable to:
(i) the Teaching and Non-Teaching staff of Government and AidedAffiliatedDegreeColleges who are drawing pay in the Revised U.G.C Pay Scales, 1996. 
(ii) the Teaching staff of the Universities and the Teaching staff of Govt. Polytechnics who are drawing pay in the Revised UGC/AICTE Pay Scales,1996.

5. Government also hereby order the revision of Dearness Allowance rates in respect of Judicial Officers whose pay scales were revised as per Fifth National Judicial Pay Commission Report vide G.O.Ms.No.60, Law (LA&J SC-F) Department, dated: 07.05.2003 from 200% to 212% of the basic pay with effect from 1st July 2014, as Dearness Allowance equivalent to 50% of basic pay was already merged as Dearness pay vide G.O.Ms.No.27, Law (LA&J SC-F) Department, dated: 13.03.2008.

6. Government also hereby order the revision of rates of Dearness Allowance in respect of Judicial Officers whose pay scales were revised as per Shri E.Padmanabhan Committee Report vide G.O.Ms.No.73, Law (LA&J SC-F) Department dated: 01.05.2010 from 100% to 107% with effect from 1st July 2014.  

7. Government hereby order the revision of Dearness Allowance rate sanctioned in the G.O. 27th read above to the State Government employees in the Andhra Pradesh Revised Pay Scales 2005 from 179.922% of the basic pay to 191.226% of the basic pay with effect from 1st July, 2014 in the Revised Pay Scales of 2005.

7.1.     The Dearness Allowance sanctioned in the above para shall also be payable to:
i) The employees of Zilla Parishad, Mandal Parishad, Gram Panchayats, Municipalities, Municipal Corporations, Agricultural Market Committees and Zilla Grandhalaya Samsthas and Work Charged Establishment who are drawing pay in a regular scale of pay in the Revised Pay Scales, 2005.
ii) Teaching and Non-Teaching Staff of Aided Institutions including Aided Polytechnics who are drawing pay in a regular scale of pay in the Revised Pay Scales, 2005.
iii) Teaching and Non-Teaching Staff of Universities who are drawing pay in a regular scale of pay in the Revised Pay Scales, 2005.

8. Government hereby order the revision of Dearness Allowance rate sanctioned in the G.O. 27th read above to the State Government employees in the Andhra Pradesh Revised Pay Scales, 1999 from186.504% of the basic pay to 196.32% of the basic pay with effect from 1st July,2014 in the Revised Pay Scales of 1999.

8.1. The Dearness Allowance sanctioned in the above para shall also be payable to:
i) The employees of Zilla Parishad, Mandal Parishad, Gram Panchayats , Municipalities, Municipal Corporations, Agricultural Market Committees and Zilla Grandhalaya Samsthas and Work Charged Establishment who are drawing pay in a regular scale of pay in the Revised Pay Scales, 1999.
ii) Teaching and Non-Teaching Staff of Aided Institutions including Aided Polytechnics who are drawing pay in a regular scale of pay in the Revised Pay Scales, 1999.
iii) Teaching and Non-Teaching Staff of Universities who are drawing pay in a regular scale of pay in the Revised Pay Scales, 1999.

9. Government also hereby sanction an ad-hoc increase of Rs.100/- per month in cash to the Part-Time Assistants and Village Revenue Assistants from 1st July, 2014.

10. The Dearness Allowance sanctioned in the paras 1-9 above shall be paid in cash with the salary of October, 2014., payable on 1st November, 2014.  The arrears on account of payment of Dearness Allowance for the period from 1st July, 2014 to 30 th September, 2014 shall be credited to the General Provident Fund Account of the respective employees. 

10.1.However, in the case of employees who are due to retire onor before 31st January, 2015 the arrears of Dearness Allowance shall be drawn and paid in cash as the employee due to retire on superannuation is exempted from making any subscription to the General Provident Fund during the last four months of service.

10.2.In respect of those who do not have General Provident Fund accounts, the arrears of Dearness
Allowance for the period of 1st July, 2014 to 30th September, 2014shall be credited to the
Major Head “8009 - State Provident Funds – 01 Civil – M.H.101. General Provident Fund- S.H.(01) General Provident Fund (Regular)”, to  be transferred to the General Provident Fund Account whenever opened. However, in the case of an employee who ceases to be in service prior to the opening of a General Provident Fund account, the arrears so impounded shall be drawn and paid with interest on the date on which such employee ceases to be in service.

10.3.In respect of the employees who were appointed to Government service on or after 01.09.2004 and are governed by the Contributory Pension Scheme (CPS), the arrears from1st July, 2014 to 30th September, 2014, 10% of the DA arrears shall be  credited to the PRAN accounts of the individuals along with the government share as per G.O. at reference 23rd read above and the remaining 90% of arrears shall be paid in cash.  

10.4.In respect of Full Time Contingent Employees, who are not eligible for GPF Accounts, the arrears may be paid in cash.

10.5.In the event of death of any employee before the issue of these orders, the legal heir(s) shall be entitled to the arrears of Dearness allowance in cash. 

11.The term ‘Pay’ for this purpose shall be as defined in F.R.9 (21) (a) (i).

12. The Drawing Officer shall prefer the bill on the Pay & Accounts Officer, Hyderabad, or the Pay & Accounts Officer/ the Assistant Pay & Accounts Officer of the Andhra Pradesh Works Accounts Service or the Treasury Officer, as the case may be, for the amount of arrears for the  period from 1st July, 2014 to 30th September, 2014to be adjusted to the General Provident Fund
Account in the case of an employee who has opened a General Provident Fund Account. 

12.1. Bills for the adjustment of arrears of Dearness Allowance to the Compulsory Savings Account as per para 10.2, shall be presented at the same time as bills for crediting the arrears of Dearness Allowance to the General Provident Fund Account as per para 10.

13. The Drawing Officers shall ensure that the Bills are supported by proper schedules in duplicate indicating details of the employee, the General Provident Fund Account Number and the amount to be credited to the General Provident Fund Account, to the Pay & Accounts
Officer/Treasury Officers/Assistant Pay & Accounts Officers or Pay & Accounts Officers of the Andhra Pradesh Works Accounts Service, as the case may be.  The Pay & Accounts Officer/Assistant Pay & Accounts Officer or Pay and Accounts Officer of the Andhra Pradesh Works Accounts Service/District Treasury Officer/Sub-Treasury Officer shall follow the usual procedure of furnishing one copy of the schedules along with bills to the Accountant General based on which the Accountant General shall credit the amounts to the General Provident Fund Accounts of the individuals concerned.  The second copy of the schedules shall be furnished to the Drawing
Officers with Voucher Numbers.

14. All Drawing Officers are requested to ensure that the bills as per the above orders are drawn and the amounts credited to General Provident Fund Account by November, 2014 at the latest.  The Audit Officers (Pay & Accounts Officer, Deputy Directors of District Treasuries and Pay & Accounts Officer of Andhra Pradesh Works Accounts Service, etc.) are requested not to admit the pay bills of the Office concerned  for the month of  November 2014 unless a certificate is enclosed to the bills to the effect that the arrears of difference in Dearness Allowance for the period from  1st July, 2014 to 30th September, 2014 are drawn and credited to the General Provident Fund Account.

15. In respect of employees working in Government Offices in the Twin Cities, the Pay and Accounts Officer shall consolidate and furnish information in the proformaannexed (Annexure-I)
to this order to the Finance (HRM.V) Department to reach on or before 30th November, 2014

16. All the Audit Officers (Sub-Treasury Officers) are requested to furnish the figures of the
amount credited to the General Provident Fund Account and the amounts credited to Compulsory
Savings Account in the prescribed proforma (Annexure-I) enclosed, to the District Treasury by the end of 15th November, 2014

17. The Deputy Directors of District Treasuries in turn shall consolidate the information and
furnish the same in the same proforma to the Director of Treasuries and Accounts by 30th November, 2014, and who in turn, shall furnish the information to Government by 15th December, 2014.

18. In respect of employees of Local Bodies, the Drawing Officers shall furnish the above information in the prescribed proforma as per Annexure-II to the Audit Officer of the District
concerned before 30th
November, 2014and who will, in turn furnish the consolidated information to the Director of State Audit by 15th December, 2014.  The Director of State Audit in turn shall furnish the consolidated information to the Secretary to Government, Finance (HRM.V) Department by 31st December, 2014.

19. In regard to the Project Staff, the Joint Director of Accounts of each Project shall furnish the information in the prescribed proforma as per Annexure-II  to the Director of Works Accounts
by 30th November, 2014, and who, in turn, shall furnish the information to the Finance  (HRM.V) Department by  15th December 2014.
         
20. All the Drawing and Disbursing Officers and Audit Officers are requested to intimate to the employees working under their control as to how much amount of arrears of Dearness Allowance is credited to the General Provident Fund Account/Compulsory Savings Account as per the Proforma annexed (Annexure-II) to this order.  They are further requested to adhere to the
above instructions and any deviation or non-compliance of these instructions will be viewed
seriously.

21. All Heads of the Departments and Departments of Secretariat are requested to issue suitable instructions to the Drawing and Disbursing Officers under their control and to see that these
instructions are followed scrupulously.  The Director of Treasuries and Accounts/Director of State Audit/Pay & Accounts Officer/Director of Works Accounts, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad, are requested to issue suitable instructions to their subordinate Audit Officers so that these instructions are carefully followed by them.

22. The expenditure on the Dearness Allowance to the employees of Agricultural Market
Committees, Greater Visakha Municipal Corporation and Vijayawada Municipal Corporation shall be met from their own funds in view of the orders issued in the reference 16th read above..  
23. The G.O. is available on Internet and can be accessed at the address http://goir.ap.gov.in 
andhttp://www.apfinance.gov.in.

ANNEXURE – I

(As per paras15 to 17 of G.O.Ms.No.198, Finance (HRM.V) Department, dated:09-10-2014)

1. Name of the Sub-Treasury/
District Treasury/Audit Officer.  ::

2. The amount of arrears of D.A.
credited to G.P.F. Accounts.   ::

3. The amount of arrears of D.A.
credited to Compulsory Savings
Account.     ::

4. Total amount of arrears of D.A.
credited to the G.P.F. Accounts
and credited to Compulsory
Savings Account.    ::

Date:       Signature of the Audit Authority

ANNEXURE  -  II

(As per paras 18 to 20 of G.O.Ms.No.198, Finance (HRM.V) Department, dated:9-10-2014)

1. Name of Office    ::

2. Designation of the Drawing and 
Disbursing Officer.    ::

3. Name and designation of the employee. ::

4. Whether the amount of arrears credited
to the General Provident Fund  Account/
Compulsory Savings Accounts.  ::

5. The amount of arrears of  D.A.
so credited to G.P.F. Account/ 
Compulsory  Savings Account.  ::

Date:
Office Seal     
                                         Signature of the Drawing and 
                Disbursing Officer

Download G.O.MS.No. 198, Dated: 09.10.2014

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05 October, 2014

G.O.RT.No. 215. Dated: 03.09.2014 :: Recognition granted by NCTE to Dr.BJL TPT College of Edn, Khasara Village, Kothavalasa, Vizianagam

G.O.RT.No. 215. Dated: 03.09.2014 :: School Education Dept. – Private Telugu Pandit Training Colleges – Recognition granted by NCTE to Dr.BJL Telugu Pandit Trainig College of Education, Khasara Village, Kothavalasa, Vizianagaram District to start Telugu Pandit Trainig course for the year 2014-15 – Grant of Affiliation and Permission for inclusion of the college in the counselling for Academic year 2014-15 – Accorded – Orders – Issued. 

References: 
1. From the NCTE, Bangalore,F.No.SRO/NCTE/SRCAPP2100/ TPT/AP/2013-2014/53241, Dated:22.08.2013. 
2. From the NCTE, Bangalore, F.No.SRCAPP2100/TPT/AP/ 2013-2014/54836, Dated:07.11.2013. 
3. From the Director, SCERT, AP, Hyderabad,Lr.Rc.No. 16/N1-3/2014, Dated :29.05.2014. 
4.. From the Director, SCERT, AP, Hyderabad, Lr.Rc.No. 410/A(B1)TE/SCERT/2013, Dated :02.08.2014. 

O R D E R :
              In the reference 2nd read above, the National Council for Teacher Education, Bangalore has issued grant of recognition to Dr.BJL Telugu Pandit Trainig College of  Education, Khasara/Plot.No.91/10, Kothaveedi Street, Devada Village, Kothavalasa post & Taluk, Vizianagaram District, Andhra Pradesh, for conducting Telugu Pandit Training Course of two(2) years duration, with an annual intake of 50 students for the academic session 2014-15, subject to fulfilment of other terms and conditions stipulated therein. 

2. In the references 3rd & 4th read above, the Director, State Council for Education Research & Training, Hyderabad, has furnished proposals along with the inspection report in respect of Dr.BJL Telugu Pandit Trainig College of Education, Khasara/Plot.No.91/10,Kothaveedi Street, Devada Village, Kothavalasa post & Taluk, Vizianagaram District. The Director State Council for Education Research & Training has recommended to the Government to Grant fresh affiliation for the year 2014-15 to the subject college, and requested to include the subject College in the Pandit Training Admission Counselling for the year 2014-15. 

3. In pursuance of the grant of Recognition by the National Council for Teacher Education, Bangalore, vide reference 2nd read above and considering recommendation of  the Director, State Council for Education Research & Training, Hyderabad, in the reference 4th read above, Government hereby grant fresh affiliation to Dr. BJL Telugu Pandit Training College of Education, Khasara/Plot.No.91/10,Kothaveedi Street, Devada Village, Kothavalasa post & Taluk, Vizianagaram District, for conducting Telugu Pandit Trainig course for the year 2014-15, and also accord permission to the subject college for participating in Pandit Training Admission Counselling for Academic Year 2014-15. 

4. The above affiliation and permission to participate in Pandit Training Admission counselling for the academic year 2014-15 to Dr.BJL Telugu Pandit Training College of Education, Khasara/Plot.No.91/10, Kothaveedi Street, Devada Village, Kothavalasa post & Taluk, Vizianagaram District is granted subject to fulfilment of Rules & Conditions stipulated by the National Council for Teacher Education, Bangalore in the reference 2nd cited and by the State Government issued from time to time. The Director, State Council for Education Research & Training, Hyderabad is responsible for monitoring adherence to these norms & conditions during the period of affiliation granted, by the Dr.BJL Telugu Pandit Training College of Education, Khasara/Plot.No.91/10,Kothaveedi Street, Devada Village, Kothavalasa post & Taluk, Vizianagaram District. 

Download G.O.RT.No. 215. Dated: 03.09.2014

04 October, 2014

Lr.No.Spl /SPD/SSA/AP/Peshi/2014, Date:- 20-09-2014 :: Utilization of School Grant as Transport Allowance

Office of the State Project Direcrtor Has informed That there is no transport allowance during the current Annual Work Plan approved by Government of India. Some of the Project Officers have been requested that due to the lack of transport allowance, some of the children remain out of school. In this connection all primary schools and elementary schools are provided with school grant. If the students are coming beyond 1 KM, they are permitted to utilize the school grant available for the purpose of transportation. Recently it is instructed to all project Officers that they should release school grant and maintenance grant even to schools with less number of children with a condition that they should improve their attendance immediately. In such schools, provision of transport allowance to the students who are coming from habitations beyond 1 KM, will certainly help to improve the situation.

In case the school requires more than the amount available in the a1"school grant the detailed proposal can be sent within two days to head office giving a detailed report that children using the transport facility and the amount required for this purpose school wise over and above the school gran , o that necessary amounts will be made available from the head office.


Download  Lr.No.Spl /SPD/SSA/AP/Peshi/2014, Date:- 20-09-2014

Rc.No.65, Dt:31.5.14 :: 89.47 Lakhs sanctioned for Furniture of Govt UP School children for Prakasam Dist

Rc.No.65/RVM(SSA)/CWs/Prakasam/ 2014-15, Dt:31-05-2014 :: RVM (SSA), A.P., Hyderabad – Civil Works – AWP&B 2014-15 - Furniture for Govt Upper Primary School children for Prakasham District – Administrative Sanction accorded for an amount of Rs.89.47 Lakhs – Reg.

Reference:
PAB Meeting held on 24-04-2014 at MHRD, GOI New Delhi.


ORDER:
             Vide reference cited the Government of India have communicated the approved budget under AWP&B 201 4-15for the Civil Works. Out of this for 17894 children, furniture for GovtUpper Primary Schools with an amount of Rs: 89.47Lakhs  for Prakasham District  is approved. 

             Based on the School Wise Data furnished by the Project Officer, RVM (SSA)and keeping in view the norms of RTE Act, Administrative Sanction is hereby accorded for Furniture for GovtUpper Primary School children for Prakasam District is as follows. 


For Complete List of Schools see the Document

The Concerned Project Officer/Executive Engineer, RVM (SSA),Prakashamis requested to follow the guidelines listed below.
  • The sanctioned amounts will be released to the concerned SMC of the school.
  • The SMC should procure the furniture (benches) three seated with an amount Rs: 1500/- or two seated with an amount of Rs: 1000/- according to the size of the class room with locally available standard materials like wood or iron.
  • If the frame of the bench with iron legs, the seated plank should be with wooden plank in order to prevent from heat to the children.
  • SMC should discuss and take a decision regarding procurement. Where ever possible, local contribution can also be obtained by SMCs.
  • Under any circumstance procurement shall not be centralized at District level which is  a contradiction according to procurement guidelines under SSA.
  • If any Project Officers resorts to centralized procurement it will be viewed very seriously and no SSA grants will be released to that District apart from initiation of disciplinary action.
  • Amount shall be released to sanctioned schools only. No deviation of funds is permitted to other schools.
  • Further, the Project Officer and Executive Engineer are requested to report compliance along with SMC account no. Bank details for releasing the amount.

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