11 December, 2012

All the MEO's & HM's have to verify their SMC Accounts and submit confirmation to APC,Ongole before 17.12.12

As per Rc.No.Spl/B3/Accounts /RVM(SSA)/2012 a Confirmation certificate for the Grants released to the SMCs directly from the State Project Office during 2011-12  and  2012-13.

Note : All the MEOs & HMs have to send the above information within one week.

10 December, 2012

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15 November, 2012

Software for DA TABLE :: DA RATE ENHANCED FROM 41.944 to 47.936 AS PER GOMS NO 297, DATED : 14.11.12

DA Rate enhanced from 41.944 to 47.936 for state govt employees. The following file contains software for all dist and mandal units of UTF to extract their mandal level DA Table as well as Dist level .

All u have to do is to enter ur MANDAL BODY on TOP of Table and change name of mandal at the first page.
There ur DA TABLE is Ready.


GO Ms No: 298, Dt: 15.11.12 :: DR TO PENSIONERS FROM JULY 2012


Certificate Verification from 15-11-2012 to 16-11-2012 at DRRM Mpl.High School, Ongole. All the teachers shall attend for verfication of certificates and Service Registers without fail in ratio of 1:2 against vacancies.

All VACANCY -14-11-2012

GO MS NO.297, DT:14.11.12 :: New_da_from_july_2012

14 November, 2012

RC.1863, Dt: 6.11.2012 :: DSE Permitted to Start DSC-2012 Recruitment

All MEO's should conduct interviews for part time teachers


23 October, 2012

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14 October, 2012

CTET application process to remain open till October 199

CTET application process to remain open till October 19, 2012

(Central Board of Secondary Education) will conduct the CTET (Central Teacher Eligibility Test) on November 18, 2012. The board has decided to keep the registration process open so that registered applicants may make corrections if required between October 8 and 19, 2012.

The poor pass rate in CTET has been a major concern for CBSE. About 86% candidates failed in the first edition of the test and figures climbed upto 94% in the second edition.

One of the main reasons for this is that the minimum pass percentage required to qualify the exam is 60%. CBSE had revealed that around 8.38 lakh aspirants have applied for the third edition of the test. This is 20% less than 10.58 lakh aspirants who took the exam in January this year.

The first CTET was held in June 2011 when over 7 lakh candidates had appeared for it. As per new rules, from next academic year, CBSE schools across India will appoint teachers who have qualified CTET

Divisional Level Monitoring Teams Merit list of Prakasam Dist

Nobel Prizes 2012

Every year since 1901 the Nobel Prize has been awarded for 
achievements in physics, chemistry, physiology or medicine, 
literature and for peace. The Nobel Prize is an international 
award administered by the Nobel Foundation in Stockholm, 
Sweden. In 1968, Sveriges Riksbank established The Sveriges 
Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel, 
founder of the Nobel Prize. Each prize consists of a medal, 
personal diploma, and a cash award.

Serge Haroche, David J. Wineland
Robert J. Lefkowitz, Brian K. Kobilka
Sir John B. Gurdon, Shinya Yamanaka
European Union (EU) 
The 2012 Prize in Economic Sciences has not been awarded yet. It will be
announced on Monday 15 October, 1:00 p.m. CET at the earliest.

Rc.No.149, SSC March 2013 Nominal Rolls submission dates changed

Rc.No: 537, Issue of alternative sanction of Additional class rooms for 2012-13

LPT Results-2012


07 October, 2012

127 th BIRTHDAY OF Niels Henrik David Bohr :: Nobel Prize Winner in Physics in 1922

Niels Henrik David Bohr
Niels Henrik David Bohr was a Danish physicist who made foundational contributions to understanding atomic structure and quantum mechanics, for which he received the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1922. Wikipedia
Born: October 7, 1885, Copenhagen
Died: November 18, 1962, Copenhagen
Awards: Nobel Prize in Physics, Copley Medal, Franklin Medal
Niels Henrik David Bohr was born in Copenhagen on October 7, 1885, as the son of Christian Bohr, Professor of Physiology at Copenhagen University, and his wife Ellen, née Adler. Niels, together with his younger brother Harald (the future Professor in Mathematics), grew up in an atmosphere most favourable to the development of his genius - his father was an eminent physiologist and was largely responsible for awakening his interest in physics while still at school, his mother came from a family distinguished in the field of education.

After matriculation at the Gammelholm Grammar School in 1903, he entered Copenhagen University where he came under the guidance of Professor C. Christiansen, a profoundly original and highly endowed physicist, and took his Master's degree in Physics in 1909 and his Doctor's degree in 1911.

While still a student, the announcement by the Academy of Sciences in Copenhagen of a prize to be awarded for the solution of a certain scientific problem, caused him to take up an experimental and theoretical investigation of the surface tension by means of oscillating fluid jets. This work, which he carried out in his father's laboratory and for which he received the prize offered (a gold medal), was published in the Transactions of the Royal Society, 1908.

Bohr's subsequent studies, however, became more and more theoretical in character, his doctor's disputation being a purely theoretical piece of work on the explanation of the properties of the metals with the aid of the electron theory, which remains to this day a classic on the subject. It was in this work that Bohr was first confronted with the implications of Planck's quantum theory of radiation.

In the autumn of 1911 he made a stay at Cambridge, where he profited by following the experimental work going on in the Cavendish Laboratory under Sir J.J. Thomson's guidance, at the same time as he pursued own theoretical studies. In the spring of 1912 he was at work in Professor Rutherford's laboratory in Manchester, where just in those years such an intensive scientific life and activity prevailed as a consequence of that investigator's fundamental inquiries into the radioactive phenomena. Having there carried out a theoretical piece of work on the absorption of alpha rays which was published in the Philosophical Magazine, 1913, he passed on to a study of the structure of atoms on the basis of Rutherford's discovery of the atomic nucleus. By introducing conceptions borrowed from the Quantum Theory as established by Planck, which had gradually come to occupy a prominent position in the science of theoretical physics, he succeeded in working out and presenting a picture of atomic structure that, with later improvements (mainly as a result of Heisenberg's ideas in 1925), still fitly serves as an elucidation of the physical and chemical properties of the elements.

In 1913-1914 Bohr held a Lectureship in Physics at Copenhagen University and in 1914-1916 a similar appointment at the Victoria University in Manchester. In 1916 he was appointed Professor of Theoretical Physics at Copenhagen University, and since 1920 (until his death in 1962) he was at the head of the Institute for Theoretical Physics, established for him at that university.

Recognition of his work on the structure of atoms came with the award of the Nobel Prize for 1922.

Bohr's activities in his Institute were since 1930 more and more directed to research on the constitution of the atomic nuclei, and of their transmutations and disintegrations. In 1936 he pointed out that in nuclear processes the smallness of the region in which interactions take place, as well as the strength of these interactions, justify the transition processes to be described more in a classical way than in the case of atoms (Cf.  »Neutron capture and nuclear constitution«, Nature, 137 (1936) 344).

A liquid drop would, according to this view, give a very good picture of the nucleus. This so-called liquid droplet theory permitted the understanding of the mechanism of nuclear fission, when the splitting of uranium was discovered by Hahn and Strassmann, in 1939, and formed the basis of important theoretical studies in this field (among others, by Frisch and Meitner).

Bohr also contributed to the clarification of the problems encountered in quantum physics, in particular by developing the concept of complementarity. Hereby he could show how deeply the changes in the field of physics have affected fundamental features of our scientific outlook and how the consequences of this change of attitude reach far beyond the scope of atomic physics and touch upon all domains of human knowledge. These views are discussed in a number of essays, written during the years 1933-1962. They are available in English, collected in two volumes with the title Atomic Physics and Human Knowledge and Essays 1958-1962 on Atomic Physics and Human Knowledge, edited by John Wiley and Sons, New York and London, in 1958 and 1963, respectively.

Among Professor Bohr's numerous writings (some 115 publications), three appearing as books in the English language may be mentioned here as embodying his principal thoughts: The Theory of Spectra and Atomic Constitution, University Press, Cambridge, 1922/2nd. ed., 1924; Atomic Theory and the Description of Nature, University Press, Cambridge, 1934/reprint 1961; The Unity of Knowledge, Doubleday & Co., New York, 1955.

During the Nazi occupation of Denmark in World War II, Bohr escaped to Sweden and spent the last two years of the war in England and America, where he became associated with the Atomic Energy Project. In his later years, he devoted his work to the peaceful application of atomic physics and to political problems arising from the development of atomic weapons. In particular, he advocated a development towards full openness between nations. His views are especially set forth in his Open Letter to the United Nations, June 9, 1950.

Until the end, Bohr's mind remained alert as ever; during the last few years of his life he had shown keen interest in the new developments of molecular biology. The latest formulation of his thoughts on the problem of Life appeared in his final (unfinished) article, published after his death: "Licht und Leben-noch einmal", Naturwiss., 50 (1963) 72: (in English: "Light and Life revisited", ICSU Rev., 5 ( 1963) 194).

Niels Bohr was President of the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences, of the Danish Cancer Committee, and Chairman of the Danish Atomic Energy Commission. He was a Foreign Member of the Royal Society (London), the Royal Institution, and Academies in Amsterdam, Berlin, Bologna, Boston, Göttingen, Helsingfors, Budapest, München, Oslo, Paris, Rome, Stockholm, Uppsala, Vienna, Washington, Harlem, Moscow, Trondhjem, Halle, Dublin, Liege, and Cracow. He was Doctor, honoris causa, of the following universities, colleges, and institutes: (1923-1939) - Cambridge, Liverpool, Manchester, Oxford, Copenhagen, Edinburgh, Kiel, Providence, California, Oslo, Birmingham, London; (1945-1962) - Sorbonne (Paris), Princeton, Mc. Gill (Montreal), Glasgow, Aberdeen, Athens, Lund, New York, Basel, Aarhus, Macalester (St. Paul), Minnesota, Roosevelt (Chicago, Ill.), Zagreb, Technion (Haifa), Bombay, Calcutta, Warsaw, Brussels, Harvard, Cambridge (Mass.), and Rockefeller (New York).

Professor Bohr was married, in 1912, to Margrethe Nørlund, who was for him an ideal companion. They had six sons, of whom they lost two; the other four have made distinguished careers in various professions - Hans Henrik (M.D.), Erik (chemical engineer), Aage (Ph.D., theoretical physicist, following his father as Director of the Institute for Theoretical Physics), Ernest (lawyer).

Niels Bohr died in Copenhagen on November 18, 1962. 

APModel School Results 2012

DSC 2012 Results


Ikono writing :: A new Trend in Educational Methods

The method of Ikono writing is now introducing as a new method of teaching introduced in SCIENCE UNIVERSITY OF MALAYSIA. Read the full article from today's andrajyothy e paper.

India Signs Loan Agreement with World Bank for US$ 500 Million for Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan


DSC 2012, TGT,PGT of Model Schools Results Today

29 September, 2012

Sanctioned posts of Part Time Teachers - H.S :: Prakasam Dist

Sanctioned posts of Part Time Teachers - UP:: Prakasam Dist

S.A Seniority 23.9.12 :: For SGT Cadre to S.A Promotions

SSC March 2012-13 :: Various Formats for Nominal Rolls

RC.255 dt 20.09.2012 Relesed amount for Uniforms Stiching for the year 2012-13

Chemotherapy May Be Creating Cancer Stem Cells

Cancer treatments may be creating more dangerous and persistent cancer cells that are resistant to both chemotherapy and radiation. Three new studies have recently shown that cancer cells, like other cells in the body, have stem cells that give rise to the tumor.

ఉన్నత విద్యకు చేరుతున్న ఎస్.సిలు 10 శాతమే -ప్రభుత్వ సర్వే

షెడ్యూల్డ్ కులాలు, తెగలకు చెందిన ప్రజలనుండి యూనివర్సిటీ లాంటి ఉన్నత చదువుల వరకూ రాలేకపోతున్నారని కేంద్ర మానవ వనరుల మంత్రిత్వ శాఖ జరిపిన సర్వేలో తెలిసింది. ఇతర వెనుకబడిన కులాల విద్యార్ధులు వారి జనాభా దామాషాలోనే ఉన్నత స్ధాయి చదువుల వరకూ రాగలుగుతున్నారనీ, కానీ షెడ్యూల్డ్ కులాలు, తెగలకు చెందిన విద్యార్ధులలో చాలా తక్కువమంది మాత్రమే ఉన్నతస్ధాయి చదువులకు చేరగలుగుతున్నారని మానవ వనరుల అభివృద్ధి శాఖ మంత్రి కపిల్ సిబాల్ విడుదల చేసిన సర్వే నివేదిక తెలిపింది. 
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RVM Grants Guidelines 2012-13

ప్రకాశం జిల్లా Dy.E.O పదోన్నతులలో జడ్పీ,గవర్నమెంట్ ప్రధానోపాధ్యాయుల 'సర్వీసు' వివాదం

27 September, 2012


* It has been experimentally proved that soft drinks are one of the prominent reasons for obesity. The weight gain is directly related to the amount of soft drink that a person takes in. With every single can, people unknowingly add many extra calories to their body weight.

* Another very common effect of soft drinks is diabetes. With every can of soft drink, people add large amount of sugar in their body. Long habitual intake of soft drinks can lead to ineffective insulin production from pancreases which consequently affect the sugar level in the body. This further leads to diabetes.

* It has been proved that frequent consumption of soft drink can lead to weakening of the bones and osteoporosis. Soft drinks impair the calcification of the growing bones in children.

* Studies also say that soft drinks increase the risk of tooth decay. The acidic content of soft drinks can dissolve the tooth enamel and make them weaker. It is recommended that people should avoid taking soft drinks between meals to prevent dental erosion and tooth decay.

* This fact may shock you, but is quite true. Researches have proved that constant and habitual intake of soft drink can lead to kidney stones formation. This happens because of the acidic and mineral radical balance. The body tries to buffer the acidity caused by the soft drinks with the calcium from the bones. This leads to calcium erosion, which ultimately gets settled in the kidney in the form of stones.

* Soft drink also leads to impaired digestive system. Soft drink contains phosphoric acid which competes with the hydrochloric acid present in stomach and affects its functioning. The ineffectiveness of stomach leads to undigested food which further causes indigestion and gassiness.

* Soft drinks cause dehydration in the body. Both the sugar and caffeine components of soft drinks are dehydrating agents. They both lead to excess urination, which makes you thirstier than before.

* Soft drinks have strong caffeine content. Caffeine causes irritability, restlessness, tension, high blood pressure, excessive urination and other side effects. It is also believed that soft drinks increase blood pressure. Some studies also claim that soft drink has harmful effects on liver.

* The sweetener used in soft drinks is Aspartame. It is 200 times sweeter than normal sugar and is far more harmful with many side effects.


23 September, 2012

రవిశేఖర్ హృ(మ)దిలో: ర్యాగింగ్ అనే విష సంస్కృతి

CTET - Nov 2012 : Download admit card from 1.11.12 onwords

The candidates may download their admit cards from CBSE website from 01.11.2012 onwards and appear for the examination at the given Centre. In case of any discrepancy in the particulars of the candidate or his photograph and signatures mentioned in the admit card and Confirmation Page the candidate may immediately contact CBSE for necessary action.

In case the application of the candidate is not shown as received on CBSE website or by 05.10.2012, the candidate should approach the Assistant Secretary, CTET Unit, CBSE between 10:00 A.M to 5:00 P.M from 01.10.2012 to 19.10.2012 giving details of the Post Office, Date of Dispatch, Original Receipt of Postal Dispatch, Photostat Copy of the Confirmation Page and Demand Draft, one photograph (as pasted on the Confirmation Page). CBSE will not be responsible for non-receipt of Confirmation page due to any transit/postal loss:

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21 September, 2012

40 Sattellite Schools Sanctioned For Prakasam for 2012-13

Vocabulary of Science for Teachers(who Teach English Medium) & Students

You can visit this blog for vocabulary on different  aspects which is helpful to teach English Medium for Class VI on words. Also some of the video lessons are updated for student and teachers purpose.

visit the blog and encourage our teacher Sri Maruthi Venkata Kondala Rao, S.A (B.S), Kallur of Kurichedu Mandal.

visit the following link.

CCE Assesment Tools

 Statements For CCE Assesment Tools 

These Statements prepared by Sri Maruthi Venkata Kondala Rao who is trained as RP on CCE.

Dear Teachers,
A Blog named was opened by Sri Maruthi Venkata Kondala Rao, S.A(B.S), ZPHS, Kallur, Kurichedu Mandal. Let's Congratulate him for his work regarding Teachers needs.

iteacherz wishes him for more service to teachers as well as students.

An Interactive Periodic Table From Chemistry

Chemistry Glossory And Dictionary From Chemistry

CRP Results of Prakasam District 2012-13

12 September, 2012

10 tv :: The 4th Estate For 6th Sense


Ten tv is committed for TEN things that contribute to the progress of people and country at a broader perspective.

1.  Safe guard national Integrity
2.  Work for peoples Democracy
3.  Fight Corruption
4.  Voice social Justice
5.  Invoke Secular ideology
6.  Promote Scientific outlook
7.  Protect telugu Culture
8.  Stand for Women liberation
9.  Spread Environmental, Medical and Literal awareness
10.  Struggle for Rights of all the people

Dear teachers, this is our own news channel which is having APUTF as partner and Running by Prof..K.Nageswar(MLC) and well known as a critic of current political events.

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GO MS No: 250, Dt: 6.9.12 :: Implementation of New Pension System (NPS) in the State

NEW PENSION SYSTEM - Contributory Pension Scheme –Implementation of New Pension System (NPS) in the State – Further Orders – Issued.

GO MS No: 250, Dt: 6.9.12

RC No:54,Dated: 12.9.12 :: Follow tribunal Orders on SA Languages Promotions

G.O.Ms.No. 355, Dated.11.09.2012. :: Opening of New Head of A/C permitting Municipal teachers for medical reimbursment

MA&UD Department- Payment of salaries and pension to the Municipal Employees / Teachers and Non-Teaching staff of schools working in Municipalities / Municipal Corporations through treasuries under 010 Salaries Head of Account – Amendment to operational guidelines – Orders -Issued.

G.O.Ms.No. 355, Dated.11.09.2012

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08 September, 2012

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DSC 2012 initial Key


September 8 was proclaimed International Literacy Day by UNESCO on November 17, 1965. It was first celebrated in1966.Its aim is to highlight the importance of literacy to individuals, communities and societies. On International Literacy Day each year, UNESCO reminds the international community of the status of literacy and adult learning globally. Celebrations take place

around the world. [1]

Some 775 million adults lack minimum literacy skills; one in five

adults is still not literate and two-thirds of them are women [2] ; 60.7 million children are out-of-school and many more attend

irregularly or drop out [3] .

According to UNESCO's "Global Monitoring Report on Education

for All (2006)", [4] South and West Asia has the lowest regional adult literacy rate (58.6%), followed by sub-Saharan Africa (59.7%), and the Arab States (62.7%). Countries withthe lowest literacy rates in the world are Burkina Faso (12.8%), Niger (14.4%) and Mali (19%). The report shows a clear connection between illiteracy and countries in severe poverty, and between illiteracy and prejudice against women.

Celebrations of International Literacy Day have included specific themes, in line with Education For All goals and otherUnited Nations programs such as the United Nations LiteracyDecade. The celebration's theme for 2007 and 2008 was "Literacy and Health", with prizes awarded to organizations at the forefront of

health education [5] . This was also the thematic emphasis of the

2007-2008 biennium of the United Nations Literacy Decade. [6] In particular, International Literacy Day 2008 had a strong emphasis on Literacy and Epidemics with a focus on communicable diseases such as HIV, Tuberculosis and Malaria, some of the world's forefront public health concerns. For 2009-2010 the emphasis

was placed on "Literacy and Empowerment" [7] , with special consideration to Gender Equality and the empowerment of women. The theme of the 2011-2012 celebrations is "Literacyand

Peace" [8] .

To raise public awareness of the extraordinary value of the written word and of the necessity to promote a literatesociety, the following writers are supporting UNESCO through the Writers

for Literacy Initiative [9] : Margaret Atwood, Paul Auster, Philippe Claudel, Paulo Coelho, Philippe Delerm, Fatou Diome, Chahdortt Djavann, Nadine Gordimer, Amitav Ghosh, Marc Levy, Alberto Manguel, Anna Moi, Scott Momaday, Toni Morrison, Erik Orsenna, Gisèle Pineau, El Tayeb Salih, Francisco Jose Sionil, Wole Soyinka, Amy Tan, Miklós Vámos, Abdourahman Waberi, Wei Wei, Banana Yoshimoto. Not only writers contribute to raising awareness to the problem of illiteracy: along with the writers'engagement, there are various companies and charity organizations that support the fight against illiteracy. Some supporters of International Literacy Day include the Global Development Research Center, Montblanc, the National Institute forLiteracy, and Rotary International.

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