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21 May, 2015

Rc.No.B1/543/2015, Dt:20.5.15 :: Guidelines for Transfers Counseling for the year 2015-16 in AP Tribal welfare schools

O/o the Secretary (FAC),
APTWREIS(Gurukulam), 2nd floor,
D.S.S. Bhavan premises,
Masab Tank, Hyderabad.
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Rc.No.B1/543/2015, Date:20/05/2015 :: APTWREIS (Gurukulam) - Estt. - Hyderabad - Guidelines for Transfers Counseling for the year 2015-16 - Reg.

Ref:-   G.O. Ms. No:57 of Finance (HR.I) Department dt:18-05-2015.

A copy of the transfer guidelines is here by communicated for the year 2015-16 along with application form. All the Principals are requested to circulate these transfer guidelines to all the staff members and receive the filled transfer applications forms of liable and eligible employees as mentioned in the transfer guidelines. The required number of transfer applications may be got prepared by the Principal and supply to all persons who are liable/eligible for transfer and the abstract of althe applications should be furnished in the following Performa:

*// Refer the Downloadable document for profarma which is.provided at the end of post //*

The applicants and Principals should take utmost care in filling the transfer application form. Furnishing of any incorrect information will be viewed seriously and disciplinary action will be initiated against the persons responsible. The Principal should verify and certify the correctness of the entries.
All the Principals are requested to see that the transfer applications of Principals, teaching staff and Superintendents along with abstract, should reach the Head Office on or before 23-05-2015 by 5:00 P.M. positively for APTW Residential Schools.
The Principals are hereby directed to indicate the leave vacancies (cadre-wise) exceeded by one year except the vacancy against Maternity leave. Regarding the vacancies against deputations (out of the Gurukulam) to other departments including KGBVs and Mini Gurukulams are also to be indicated in their institutions.
All the eligible persons for transfer as per guidelines shall compulsorily apply for transfer failing which they loose their opportunity of counselling. The schedule for counselling for transfers is as below:

1. Last date for receiving transfer applications - 23-05-2015 by 5 P.M.
2. Consolidation and scrutiny - 25™ of May, 2015.
3. Counseling dates for opting districts by the applicants subject to availability of vacancies -   26tn of May 2015.
4. Sending of option forms of the applicants to the District Level Committes (DLC) for issuing posting orders to the applicants - 26tn May 2015.

This should be treated as most urgent and attended on priority. Any deviation in this regard shall be viewed seriously.

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1.Guidelines for Transfers through counseling
2. Application form.
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GUIDE LINES FOR TRANSFER COUNSELLLING FOR THE YEAR 2015
GUIDELINES FOR TRANSFERS THROUGH COUNSELLING OF THE TEACHING STAFF IN GURUKULAM FOR THE YEAR 2015
1. The guidelines are prepared for regulating transfers of all teaching staff i.e., PGT, TGT, PD(s), PET and Superintendents (Non-teaching) on transfer policy through counselling.
2. ELIGIBILITY FOR TRANSFERS THROUGH COUNSELLING:
The following will be eligible for transfers:
i) COMPULSORY TRANSFERS:
a) The employees who have completed the period of (5) years of service in a particular station as on 1  May of 2015.
b) Transfer of a spouse on the request of another spouse during counselling to post them together in one School / Place.
c) A spouse case under transfer counselling will be considered once on completion of 5 years only to one of the spouse and not in every year.
d) All the spouse cases will be considered on par with Govt, norms
ii) ADMINISTRATIVE TRANSFERS:
Transfers on account of administrative grounds i.e., disciplinary cases or redeployment of surplus manpower or in public interest or for sharing shortage of staff.
iii) REQUEST TRANSFERS:-
The following are eligible to
apply for request transfers:
a) Employees who have completed minimum period of (2) years stay at a particular station as on 1st May of 2015.
b) Any Employee retiring on or before June 30, 2016 shall not be transferred.
iv) EXCEPTIONAL TRANSFERS:
Male Teachers below (50) years of age working in Girls institutions will be transferred to accommodate lady teachers.

3. No mutual transfers will be considered.

4. CALENDAR OF COUNSELLING TRANSFERS:
a. The transfers WOULD BE AS PER THE SCHEDULE & INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED IN THE CIRCULAR. No transfers shall be made there-after during the year 2015-16 and no relaxations would be entertained.
b. The posts of the persons those who are on deputation/OD will be shown as clear vacancy. The posts where TGTs working against PGT post will be shown as vacancy.
c. The leave vacancies for more than a year will be treated as vacancy.

5. TRANSFERS PROCEDURE :
5.1 The applicants shall fill only the option forms to the Districts opted by them in the Head office Gurukulam and the list of District wise, Institution wise vacancies shall be provided to the concerned District Level Committees(DLC) as enclosure to the option forms of the applicants so as to enable the DLCs for giving posting orders to the applicants as ordered in the G.O.Ms.No.57, dated 18-05-2015. The transferring authority or his nominee shall conduct the counselling.

A District Level Committee (DLC) is being established with the Minister- incharge of the District Development as the Chairman and comprising of the District Collector and the District Head of the concerned department. The DLC will effect the transfer of all Local / District Cadre employees. It will also assign posting to the Zonal Cadre employees allotted to the district by the Government / HOD. The DLC shall finalise the list of employees tobe transferred and upon approval by the Committee, the District head ofthe concerned department shall issue orders.

TRANSFER OF NON-TEACHING STAFF AT THE DISTRICT LEVEL :
The DLC shall effect the transfer counselling to the District cadre Employees i.e. Non-Teaching staff (up to cadre of Sr. Asst.) at district level in terms of the orders issued in the G.O.Ms.No:57 of Finance (HR.I) Department dt: 18-05-2015

Download Rc.No.B1/543/2015, Dt:20.5.15 with application form

20 May, 2015

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Rc.No.65/A&1/2015,Dt:5.5.15 :: Instructions to all the HM's including Clerical staff & Office Sub-Ordinates to be present during Summer Vacation from Date of SSC Result to Reopening of Schools

Rc.No.65/A&1/2015, PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMMISSTONER OF SCHOOL EDUCATION ANDHRA PRADESH, Dated: 05-05-2015 :: School Education-Conductf SSC Advanced Supplementary Examinations, May/June 2015- Instructions to all the Heads of Schools including Clerical staff and Office Sub-Ordinates to be present during Summer VacaTion

Read:-DGE Lr.Rc.No.87/B-2/2015,dt.17-04-2015

                                                                                                                The Regional Joint Directors of School Education and District Educational Officers in the state are informed that, the Director, Government Examinations, A.P., Hyderabad has informed that the SSC Advanced Supplementary
Examinations will be conducted in the 3rd week or Last week of June 2015 tentatively and requested to instruct the Head masters/Clerical Staff/Office Sub-ordinate s to attend the following activities of conduct of SSC Supplementary/Exarninatlon/ is

  a) to receive extraction of nominal rolls of failed candidates
  b) to receive failed memos of the failed candidates.
  c) to receive and remit the examination fee.

Therefore all the Regional Joint Directors of School Education and District Educational Officers in the state are hereby instructed

  a)To prevent all the headmaster's of Secondary Schools(High Schools) under all managements along with non teaching staff from availing summer vacation with effect from the date of release of SSC Public Examinations March'2015 to till the re-opening of Schools on 12th June 2015.                           
  b)Names of Headmasters/non teaching staff institution wise shall be specifically obtained for prevention and issue specific orders if prevention duly mentioning the period.
  c)Earned Leave may be preserved for all employees prevented as per rules.
  d)Strictly follow the instructions issued in C.S.E Procs.Rc.No.362/E1-1/2013,dt.16-11-2013  with regard to preventionfostaff  in summer vacation.                  

Therefore, all the District Educational Officer in the state are requested to take necessary action in the matter.

This has the approval of the Commissioner and Director of School Education, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad.

Admin comment:
* The Date of SSC March 2015 Result announced as 20.5.15
* The Date of Reopening of Schools announced as 15.6.15

Download Rc.No.65/A&1/2015, Dt:5.5.15

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18 May, 2015

G.O.Ms. No.57, Dt:18.5.15 :: Instructions / Guidelines issued for Transfer and Postings of Employees

G.O.Ms. No.57, FINANCE (HR. I) DEPARTMENT, Dated:18.05.2015 :: Human Resources Management - Transfer and Postings of Employees -Instructions / Guidelines - Orders - Issued - Reg.

Read the following: -
1. G.O.Ms No 211 of Finance (DCM-II) Department dated November 15, 2014.

ORDER:
1. The Government is committed to the welfare of its employees and seeks to promote work-life balance to enable the employees and their families lead happy and contented lives. In this direction, the Government's policy is to ensure every employee is posted at a work place where she / he is most productive and contributes the best for improved governance and efficient public services. Overall,
the Government is committed to right placement of the staff to improve efficiency and accountability in administration.

2. Accordingly, the existing ban on transfer of employees imposed in G.O.Ms.No 211 of Finance (DCM-II) Department dated November 15, 2014, is hereby relaxed for the period from May 18 to 31, 2015, to ensure right placement of employee to secure optimum productivity and commitment to furtherance of Government's development objectives.

Guidelines for Placement

3. The transfers will be undertaken with adherence to the following instructions.
 i) The transfer of employees will be undertaken between May 18 and May 31, 2015. There shall be no transfer prior to or after this period.
 ii) The transfer policy should be an effective tool in capacity building with the employees getting a variety of experience within the department, thus becoming more fit to hold higher responsibilities.
 iii) Any employee retiring on and before June 30, 2016 shall not be transferred. No person shall be transferred before completion of two years of service at a particular duty station as on May 01, 2015.
Likewise, no person shall be retained beyond five years of service in any station. Service in all cadres at any duty station shall be counted while calculating the period of service at a particular duty station.
 iv) While effecting transfers, the Competent authority shall accord priority in the order given below, subject to satisfaction of other conditions specified in this Order: 
   a) Employee who has completed more than five years at a duty station duly counting the total service rendered in all cadres shall be transferred without exception;
   b) Employees who have completed two years of service may be transferred either on administrative grounds or on account of the following conditions upon request for transfer:
    i) Employees with disabilities of 40% or more as certified by the competent authority as per "Persons with Disabilities (P.W.D) (Equal opportunities, protection of rights and full participation
Act, 1995);
    ii) Husband and Wife cases (Only one of the spouses shall be shifted following the prescribed procedure);
    iii) Requiring advanced medical treatment for serious ailments like Cancer, Open Heart Surgery, Neurosurgery, and Renal transplantation, for self or spouse or dependent children and dependent parents, to a place where such facilities are available; and
    iv) Employees having mentally retarded children may be considered for posting to a place where medical facilities are available subject to certification by the competent authority.
 v) The second and higher level Gazetted Officers shall not be posted in their native district. Native District shall be determined by the entry in the Service Register of the employee. Other employees shall not be posted in their native Mandal.
 vi) Employees shall invariably be transferred from the existing location on promotion, unless no such post exists at a different location.
 vii) For the purpose of transfer, Duty Station is defined as the Place (City, Town, Village) of actual working and not office or institution under which the employee is working.
 viii) All transfers ordered where the employees have indicated preference for duty stations shall be treated as request transfers for the purpose of sanction of T.T.A. and other transfer benefits.


Process for Transfer


    i) The Government will issue orders for the transfer of all State Cadre officers. Whereas, the Head of the Department (HoD) will order the transfer of Zonal and Multi-Zonal Officers. While issuing transfers of all State Cadre Officers, Zonal and Multizonal Officers, the Government/HOD shall indicate the specific place/post available in a District if there is only a single post for that category / cadre of officers in the District. If there is more than one post available in that cadre/ category in that district, such officers shall be allotted to the districts and the District Level Committee will finalize the place of posting within the district.
    ii) A District Level Committee (DLC) is being established with the Minister-in-charge of the District Development as the Chairman and comprising of the District Collector and the District Head of the concerned department. The DLC will effect the transfer of all Local / District Cadre employees. It will also assign posting to the Zonal / Multi-Zonal and State Cadre employees allotted to the district by the Government / HOD. The DLC shall finalise the list of employees to be transferred and upon approval by the Committee, the District head of the concerned department shall issue orders.
    iii) All transfers shall be done in a fair and transparent manner, with due consideration for the productivity and efficiency of the employee. Transfer may be taken up by counselling for all Non-gazetted officers and below categories, except in cases where transfers are effected on administrative grounds.
    iv) Transfers on compassionate and personal grounds have been misused from time to time. Before ordering the transfer, the competent authority will verify the truthfulness of the grounds and take necessary action.
    v) The employee shall be deemed to be relieved from the post within five working days of issuance of the orders of transfer by the competent authority. Every employee thus transferred shall submit a charge handing over report to his / her successor with a copy to the head of the office.
    vi) The Secretary to the Government, Head of the Department and the District Collector shall be responsible for ensuring that transfers under his / her control are strictly in accordance with the instructions detailed in this order.
   vii) The standing instructions guiding the transfers of Office Bearers of recognized employees unions issued in Circular Memo N0.245/GA/A1 /2014-1, Dated : 16.09.2014 shall be followed.


Exceptions


4. The above instructions, however, will not apply to the revenue earning departments viz. i) Commercial Taxes; ii) Prohibition & Excise; iii) Stamps & Registration; and iv) Transport. Separate orders will be issued for these departments. Similarly, separate Guidelines will be required for the Education (School Education and Higher Education) and Health, Medical and Family Welfare
Departments keeping in view the unique nature of the service conditions prevailing in these departments and the specialisations in different cadres. Further, the T&A Department is exempted from these orders in view of implementation of CFMS and ongoing computerization. These departments will issue separate orders in consultation with the Finance Department with separate time schedule and instructions applicable for the employees of these departments.

5. Likewise, these orders will not apply to the staff working under the control of the Hon'ble High Court of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.

6. This order is available in the internet and can be accessed at the address http://www.goir.ap.gov.in.

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G.O.MS.No.18, Dt.15.5.15 :: New Guidelines on Selection of appointment of Anganwadi Workers, Mini Anganwadi Workers and Anganwadi Helpers


G.O.MS.No. 18, DEPARTMENT FOR WOMEN, CHILDREN, (Prog) DISABLED AND SENIOR CITIZENS, Dt. 15th May, 2015. :: Department for Women, Children, Disabled and Senior Citizens – Reconstitution Selection of appointment of Anganwadi Workers, Mini Anganwadi Workers and Anganwadi Helpers and certain parameters to be adopted for the selection of Anganwadi Workers, Mini Anganwadi Workers and Anganwadi Helpers – Revised orders – Issued.

Read the following:- 
1. G.O.Ms.No.28, WDCW&DW (ICDS) Dept., Dt.02.12.2004. 
2. G.O.Ms.No.15, WDCW&DW (ICDS) Dept., Dt.04.04.2012. 
3. From Director, Women Development & Child Welfare Department, Andhra Pradesh, Lr.No.862 /K3/2005, dt.06.05.2015

ORDER: 

1. In the reference 1st read above orders were issued reconstituting the Committee for the selection of recruitment Anganwadi Workers and Anganwadi Helpers in all Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) Projects as follows:

1. District Collector/Chair person DW&CDA -              Chairperson.
2. Local MLA Member where ICDS Project located -   Member.
3. DM&HO/Additional DM&HO -                                   Member.
4. CDPO Concerned -                                                   Member.
5. PD, DW&CDA -                                                         Member- Convener. 


2. In the reference 2nd read above, the Government issued amendment to the reference 1st read above, by constituting the selection committee for appointment of Anganwadi Workers and Anganwadi Helpers in ITDA areas with following members.


1. ITDA Project Officer/ Chair Person DW&CDA --     Chairperson.
2. Local MLA where ICDS Project located –                Member
3. DM&HO/Additional DM&HO --                                 Member
4. CDPO Concerned –                                                  Member
5. Project Director, DW&CDA –                                    Member 


3. The Government has also issued certain parameters in the reference 2nd read above for adopting by the Selection Committee for selection of Anganwadi Workers and Anganwadi Helpers.

4. The Director, Women Development & Child Welfare, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad in the reference 3rd read above has furnished the following proposal, for reconstitute the selection committee for the appointments of Anganwadi Workers, Mini Anganwadi Workers and Anganwadi Helpers in all Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) projects and the ITDA areas and also to amend the parameters for selection of Anganwadi Workers, Mini Anganwadi Workers and Anganwadi Helpers:

RECONSTITUTION OF COMMITTEE
I. All ICDS Project Areas 

1. District Collector/Chair person DW&CDA -       Chairperson.
2. RDO concerned –                                               Member.
3. DM&HO/Additional DM&HO -                             Member.
4. CDPO Concerned –                                            Member.
5. PD, DW&CDA –                                                 Member- Convener.


II. In ITDA areas 
1. ITDA Project Officer / Chair person DW&CDA -     Chairperson.
2. RDO concerned –                                                    Member.
3. DM&HO/Additional DM&HO -                                  Member.
4. CDPO Concerned –                                                 Member.
5. PD, DW&CDA –                                                       Member- Convener.




7. After careful examination of the proposal and in supercession of the Government orders issued vide G.O 1st and 2nd read above, the Government hereby reconstitute the following Committee for selection of Anganwadi Workers, Mini Anganwadi Workers and Anganwadi Helpers in all Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) Project areas and in ITDA areas and also amend the parameters for selection of the above said posts.


RECONSTITUTION OF COMMITTE
I. All ICDS Project Areas 

1. District Collector/Chair person DW&CDA - Chairperson. 
2. RDO concerned – Member. 
3. DM&HO/Additional DM&HO - Member. 
4. CDPO Concerned – Member. 
5. PD, DW&CDA – Member- Convener. 



II. In ITDA areas 
1. ITDA Project Officer / Chair person DW&CDA- Chairperson. 
2. RDO concerned – Member. 
3. DM&HO/Additional DM&HO - Member. 
4. CDPO Concerned – Member. 
5. PD, DW&CDA – Member- Convener




8. The Director, Women Development & Child Welfare, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad is requested to take further necessary action in the matter and to issue suitable instructions to the Regional Joint Directors / Project Directors in this regard. 9. This order is available on internet and can be accessed at address http://goir.ap.gov.in.

Download G.O.MS.No. 18, Dt. 15th May, 2015

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