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30 November, 2014

RC.No.25, Dt 23-08-14 :: Perfomance indicators PINDICS for teachers of Andhra Pradesh developed by NCERT

RC.No.25/SSA/A3/2014 Dt 23-08-2014 :: SSA,A.P, Hyderabad- Performance indicators PINDICS for teachers of Andhra Pradesh developed by NCERT suggested by MHRD-further instructions-issued-Reg.

Ref:
1. Rc.No.25/SSA/A3/2014-Dated:
02-08-2014

ORDER:
In continuation of the instructions issued in the reference cited, All the District Educational Officers, the Project Officers of SSA and the Principals of DIETs in the Districts are fallow the instructions as here under for effective implementation of Performance indicators PINDICS in the schools.
* To print the required formats of PINDICS, as per prescribed norms at district level.
* Two copies of the formats of PINDICS should reach to each teacher and School Complex HM for assessment of the teacher performance.
* The copies of (PINDICS) should reach to all MEOs also to implement the performance appraisal and for taking further course of action in the matter accordingly.

Use of PINDICS :
* PINDICS can be used by teachers themselves for assessing their own performance and to make continuous efforts to reach the highest level. .
* These can also be used for teacher appraisal by the school complex HMs to assess and provide constructive feedback for the improvement of teacher performance.
* Each performance indicator is rated on four point scale ranging from 1 to 4 indicating the levels of performance.
The rating points are:
1. Not meeting the expected standard
2. Approaching the expected standard
3. Approached the expected standard
4. Beyond the expected standard
* If the teacher performs tasks in an innovative way and makes extra efforts for improving student performance can be rated as beyond the expected standard.

Guidelines for teachers (for PS & UPS):
Self-assessment by the teacher should be done at least twice in a year, First quarter ending and third quarter ending.
* Fill up the teacher identification information on page 1 ofthe format ( PINDICS).
* No item should be left blank
* Teachers should read each performance indicator carefully and reflect on it in the context of their classroom practice and give rating point in appropriate box.
* Each teacher should give rating point on the four point scale according to the teacher performance against each indicator.
* Work out total score on the performance standard (area) by adding scores on each indicator of the standard.
* Prepare a descriptive report on the basis of teacher assessment. The report may also include the areas in which help is required.

Guidelines for School Complex Head Masters(for PS&UPS):
Assessment by School Complex Head Master should be carried out twice (First quarter ending
and third quarter ending) in a year keeping in view following points.
* School Comp,lexHMs should assess the each teacher performance report (PINDICS) at their cluster level twice in a year.
* School Complex HMs should consolidate the rating points of each Standards of the teacher and should give appropriate rating to each performance standards of the teacher.
* Complex HMs should submit the rating points of the each standard of the teacher to MEOs at mandai level.
* Teacher's self-assessment record (PINDICS) should be considere
* Observe actual classroom processes
* Have dialogue with teachers, students and SMC members to supplement teacher's report
* Prepare a descriptive report based on self-observationand report collected from the teacher
* Discuss the report with the teacher concerned to improvehis/her level of performance
* Link the information from teacher's assessment using PINDICS with information about student attendance, curriculum coverage and student learning outcomes from Quality Monitoring Tools (QMTs)
* Complete Teacher Performance Sheet and Consolidation Sheet - at complex level.

All the DEOs and POs(SSA) are requested to take necessary action for communication of
the above instructions to all the teachers & school complex H.Ms in the respective districts for effective implementation of
PINDICS in the schools.

This has got approval of the State Project Director

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27 November, 2014

Cir.Memo.No:5594, Dt:23.5.14 :: Procedure for rectification of wrongly credited CPS Amounts (PRAN)

Cir.Memo No. D(II)2/5594/2012, Dated 23rd May’ 2014 :: NATIONAL PENSION SYSTEM – Contributory Pension Scheme – Excess amount(s) transferred erroneously to PRANs of the CPS Subscribers; and amount(s) transferred erroneously to a PRAN other than that of a Subscriber – Instructions to all Treasuries in the State – Issued.

References:
01. This Office Cir. Memo No. D(II)1/5594/2012, Dated 09/11/2013. 
02. This Office Memo No. D(II)1/5594/2012, Dated 13/11/2013.

ORDER:
Attention of all the Deputy Directors of District Treasuries in the state is invited to this office memo 01st cited.  They were informed of a facility called “Error Rectification Module’ enabled by the Central Record keeping Agency (CRA) in www.cra-nsdl.com and, procedures to be followed for error rectification in respect of Non-NPS Subscriber was explained in detail.  The Treasury Officers can make use of this facility to rectify the errors in the following Type of errors also:-

i.) amount(s) in excess of actual deduction(s) are transferred erroneously and credited to the PRAN of a CPS subscriber (Type-I); and

ii.) amount(s) are transferred erroneously and credited to a PRAN other than that of a Subscriber (Type-II).

In these instances, whenever brought / come to his / her notice, the Treasury Officer may take action to correct error by making use of this Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) facilitated in the above said URL.  Before initiating action to place a request online for rectification of an error, the Treasury Officer should keep the following guidelines in view;

» He / She should keep the following information on hand:-

● PAO / Treasury Officer Registration Number.
● Transaction ID of SCF in which erroneous transfer was made.
● PRAN Number(s) (both Source and Target in respect of Type-II).
● Details of transaction to be rectified viz., Month and Year of contribution, contribution type i.e., Regular / Arrear, amount of contribution, etc.
● Treasury Officer / PAO Bank account Number, Bank name, Bank Branch and address with PIN, MICR Code, IFS Code.

» PRAN(s) should be active and in the same sector.
» Request should be by the same Treasury Officer who earlier uploaded the erroneous transaction.  However, the subscriber need not be with same Treasury Officer at present.
» The CRA captures only one request per subscriber at a time.  A second request in respect of the same subscriber will not be captured unless the earlier one is resolved.

The following procedure should be followed in placing a request to the CRA.  Relevant Screen-shots are enclosed herewith for guidance:-

Type-I: (Transfer back of erroneously transferred amount to the Treasury Officer’s account):-

a.) The Treasury Officer should maintain a watch register for watching the transactions in the Proforma communicated herewith in Annexure-III.
b.) Before placing the request online, the treasury officer should note down the details of transaction in Col. No. (01.) to (04.) in the watch register.
c.) The Treasury Officer logs in to www.cra-nsdl.com by using the Maker (User.1) ID and I-PIN.
d.) “Error Rectification Module” menu is displayed in the Horizontal menu at top.  Choose sub-menu “Rectification of Erroneous Transfer to Subscriber”.  The menu displays relevant information in Welcome page, then click on Continue button.
e.) Provide the details of Transaction ID of erroneous transfer and PRAN Number in the mandatory fields and then the additional information in the dropdown fields i.e., Contribution Type, Contribution Month and Year and the corresponding amount.  Click the Submit button.  “Contributions Details” against the Transaction ID concerned are displayed.
f.) Choose “Redemption of excess transfer to PRAN” from the drop down box.  Provide the amount of excess transfer to be adjusted back in the field thereunder.  Leaveout the field “Target PRAN details” and proceed further to give bank details.
g.) Provide Bank details of the treasury viz., Bank Account Number, Bank Name, Bank Branch, PIN Code, IFS Code, MICR Code and choose “Electronic Transfer” as ‘Mode of transfer’.  Provide reason for the withdrawal in “Remarks for SoT” field for CRA’s reference.  Click on the Submit button.
h.) A confirmation page is displayed.  Check the details and click the Confirm button to generate Acknowledgement Number.  A message “Request Captured Successfully” is displayed and an eleven (11) digit Acknowledgement ID XXXXX is generated.  Note down this in Col. (05.) of watch register.  This acknowledgement ID is used for tracking the status of the request. 
i.) After successful logout of the user, the checker treasury officer logs in to www.cra-nsdl.com by using the Checker (second) User ID and I-PIN.  He has to go to “Error Rectification Module” menu and the sub-menu “Verify Rectification of Erroneous Transfer to Subscriber”.  Then provide the details of Acknowledgement ID / PRAN Number and also select “Redemption of excess transfer to PRAN from the dropdown “Request Type”.  A hyperlink (Acknowledgement ID) is displayed. Once the treasury officer clicks the hyperlink, rectification details captured earlier are displayed.  The checker treasury officer shall check the information captured and “Accept” or “Reject” the request.  The treasury has to recommend the CRA to process the request in “Remarks” field. When the treasury officer confirms the request, a message “Request Verified Successfully, Acknowledgement ID XXXXX is pending for authorization” is shown.
j.) Simultaneously, the Treasury Officer has to place a request through FTP for its authorization by the DTA, duly furnishing the details of Col. (01.) to

(05.) of Annexure-III with remarks specifying reasons for the transaction.
k.) On receiving the request, the CPS cell in the Directorate should check all the details entered by the Treasury Officers such as PRAN, amount to be adjusted as well as Bank details of the Treasury Officer and authorize the request to the CRA, and

l.) CRA processes the request, redeems all the units from the subscribers account and transfers;

● amount equal to the initial investment would be credited back to bank account of the Treasury Officer as per details furnished in the request; and
● the amount excess realized, if any, would be credited to the Investors’ Awareness Account maintained with the Trustee Bank.
m.) On receiving the amount from the Trustee Bank, the treasury officer shall remit half of it to the
HOA: 8342-00-117-00-04-001-000-NVN (Employees’ Contribution) and the remaining amount to the
HOA: 8342-00-117-00-04-002-000-NVN (Government Contribution) by way of challan and record those details in Col. (06.) and (07.) of the above said Watch Register.

Type-II: (Transfer of amounts erroneously transferred to a wrong PRAN to correct PRAN):-

a.) The Treasury Officer should maintain a watch register for watching the transactions in the Proforma communicated herewith in Annexure-IV.
b.) Before placing the request online, the treasury officer should note down the details of transaction in Col. No. (01.) to (03.) in the watch register.
c.) The Treasury Officer logs in to www.cra-nsdl.com by using the Maker (User.1) ID and I-PIN.
d.) “Error Rectification Module” menu is displayed in the Horizontal menu at top.  Choose sub-menu “Rectification of Erroneous Transfer to Subscriber”.  The menu displays relevant information in Welcome page, then click on “Continue” button.
e.) Provide the details of Transaction ID of erroneous transfer and PRAN Number in the mandatory fields and then the additional information in the dropdown fields i.e., Contribution Type, Contribution Month and Year and the corresponding amount.  Click the “Submit” button.  “Contributions Details” against the Transaction ID concerned are displayed.
f.) Choose “Adjustment of erroneous transfer to wrong PRAN” from the drop down box.  Provide the amount of excess transfer to be adjusted to correct PRAN, i.e., Target PRAN.
g.) Then the Treasury Officer has to provide the details of “Target PRAN(s)” and amount to be transferred to it in the relevant fields under “Target PRAN Details”.  The Treasury Officer is required to provide reason for the withdrawal in “Remarks for SoT” field for CRA’s reference.  Click the Submit button.  A confirmation page is displayed.  Check the details and click the Confirm button to generate Acknowledgement Number.  A message “Request Captured Successfully” is displayed and an eleven

(11) digit Acknowledgement ID XXXXX is generated.  Note down it in Col. (04.) of the Watch Register.  The acknowledgement ID is used for tracking the status of the request.

h.) After successful logout of the user, the checker Treasury Officer logs in to www.cra-nsdl.com by using the Checker (second) User ID and I-PIN.  He has to go to “Error Rectification Module” menu and the sub-menu “Verify Rectification of Erroneous Transfer to Subscriber”.  Then provide the details of Acknowledgement ID / PRAN Number and also select “Adjustment of erroneous transfer to wrong PRAN” from the dropdown “Request Type”.  A hyperlink (Acknowledgement ID) is displayed.  Once the Treasury Officer clicks the hyperlink, rectification details captured earlier are displayed.  The checker Treasury Officer shall check the information captured and “Accept” or “Reject” the request.  The Treasury Officer has to recommend the CRA to process the request in “Remarks” field.  When the Treasury Officer confirms the request, a message “Request Verified Successfully, Acknowledgement ID XXXXX is pending for authorization” is shown.
i.) Simultaneously, the Treasury Officer has to place a request through FTP for its authorization by the DTA, duly furnishing the details of Col.(01.) to (04.) Annexure-IV with remarks specifying reasons for the transaction.
j.) On receiving the request, the CPS cell in the directorate should check all the details entered by the Treasury Officers such as “Source PRAN” and “Target PRAN(s)”, amount to be adjusted and authorize the request to the CRA, and
k.) The CRA processes the request, transfers equivalent units from the Source PRAN to Target PRAN.
● If the subscriber’s scheme ratio is same, equivalent units will be debited from Source PRAN and credited to Target PRAN; and
● If scheme ratio is different, the units will be redeemed from the Source PRAN based on the NAV and the redeemed amount will be credited to Target PRAN.
l.) The Treasury Officer concerned should verify the status of request in “View Request Status” and record the result of transaction in the Watch Register, i.e., Annexure-IV.
  The Deputy Directors of District Treasuries in the State shall take action to communicate these instructions to all the Assistant Directors / Assistant Treasury Officers / Sub Treasury Officers / Accountants under their jurisdiction and see that all the concerned are well acquainted with these procedures.

Encls:-
01.) Annexure – III & IV; and    Director of Treasuries and Accounts.
02.) Relevant Screen-shots.

Download Cir.Memo No. D(II)2/5594/2012, Dated: 23rd May’ 2014

25 November, 2014

UP level subject complex 2014-15 for MATHS, SCIENCE in Prakasam dist

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Rc.No:356/SSA/A9/2014, Dated:29.09.14 :: APSSA, Hyderabad - Sanction of 13,89,60,000/- towards maintenance of drinking water and toilets in 16,014 schools in AP

Rc.No:356/SSA/A9/2014, Dated: 29.09.2014 :: AP SSA, Hyderabad - Sanction of 13,89,60,000/- towards maintenance of drinking water and toilets in 16,014 schools - Release of Funds- Reg.

Ref:- G.O.Rt.No.226, School Education (Prog.II) Department dt.23.09.2014

ORDER
In the reference cited, Government have issued orders approving the component of Maintenance Grant for an amount of Rs.23.16 crores towards maintenance of Drinking water and Toilet facilities in 16,014 schools.
In view of the above, an amount of Rs. 13,89,60,000/- is sanctioned towards maintenance of Drinking water and toilet facilities in 16,014 schools for 6 months from October 2014 to March 2015 from the SPO management cost as follows:

Accordingly, Finance Controller is requested to release the funds directly to the School management Committees towards maintenance of Drinking water and Toilet facilities in the schools by engaging locally available persons. Project Officers of SSA are also requested to issue the necessary guidelines to the School Management Committees on engaging locally available persons as follows:

• Person should be of 50+ years age
• Persons should have no higher educational qualification
• Person should be available in the school during school hours
• Person should attend sweeping and cleaning five times in a day
• Engaging person from 1st October 2014 to 31st March 2015

Encl:-List of Schools


List of Schools

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Cir.No:4998, Dt:22.11.14 :: Denying EHS Patients will Cause De-Listing and De-Empanelment of Hospitals from NTR Arogyaseva & EHS Schemes

CIRCULAR No: AHCT/4998 /P&C/EHS/2014, Dt. 22 .11.2014 ::AHCT- Employees Health Scheme - Certain instructions to the Network Hospitals —Reg.

Ref:
1) G.O.Ms.No.174 HM & FW Dept dt: 01.11. 2013 issued by GoAP.
2) G.O.Ms.No.134 HM & FW Dept., Dated 29.10.2014, issued by GoAP.
3) G.O.Ms.No.32 HM & FW Dept Dated 03.11.2014 issued by Govt of Telangana.
4) Service Contract Agreement with NWH,2013

ORDER: 
1. All the MDs/ CEOs/COOs/Props/Medical Superintendent of NWHs are hereby informed that vide reference 1st cited the erstwhile Government of Andhra Pradesh have formulated Employees Health Scheme to provide cashless treatment for the listed therapies in the empanelled hospitals, to all the Government employees, pensioners and their dependent family members in replacement of medical reimbursement system under APIMA Rules 1972.

2. Consequent on reorganization of Andhra Pradesh into the States of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, both the State Governments have issued separate orders vide G.O. 2nd and 3rd cited for implementation of Employees Health scheme in full-fledged manner, with the modifications  / amendments issued therein, as will be applicable to the employees pensioners of the respective States.

3. It is to further inform that out of the 483 hospitals empanelled under Aarogyasri Health Care Trust to provide cashless health care services to the beneficiaries identified under various schemes implemented by the Trust, 437 network hospitals have furnished declarations and willingness to provide cashless services to the beneficiaries under Employees Health Scheme.

4. As per the Service Contract Agreement of 2013, page no. 28 under article 10 (l.i(b)). which was placed in both the portals of Andhra Pradesh & Telangana under News and Events (All the Network Hospitals shall take the notice that the hospitals who are implementing the Dr. NTR Aarogyaseva / Aarogyasri Scheme for the Andhra Pradesh and Telangana Governments respectively shall mandatorily empanel themselves to carry and implement the respective Employees Health Schemes in the states of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh without fail.

5. In case of denying the patients admission under Employees Health Scheme by the Network Hospitals, then the appropriate Disciplinary action will be initiated against the Network Hospitals including to de-listing / de-empanelment of hospitals for both the schemes of the Dr. NTR Aarogyaseva / Aarogyasri and Employees Health Scheme, in both the states.

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24 November, 2014

APTC 47 PREPARATION UTILITY FROM TEXT DOCUMENT

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22 November, 2014

G.O.Ms.No.215, Dt. 21-11-14 :: Filling of 1252 vacant posts of Municipal Teachers in Urban Local Bodies in A.P through DSC-2014

G.O.Ms.No. 215 Dated. 21-11-2014 :: Recruitment of Municipal Teacher in Urban Local Bodies in the A.P. State –Filling of One Thousand Two Hundred and Fifty Two (1252) vacant posts of teachers through DSC-2014 - Permission Accorded - Orders-Issued.

References:
1. G.O.Rt.No. 5691, General Administration (Ser-A) Department, Dated. 13.12.2012
2. U.O. Note No. 11987/G2/2014 of Municipal Administration Department.

ORDER:
1. In the G.O. first read above the General Administration (Services-A) department issued orders adopting an annual Calendar for recruitments and prescribed a schedule for estimation and notification of vacancies for recruitment.
2. The Municipal Administration Department has furnished a list of vacant posts of different categories of teacher posts and requested to accord permission to fill the posts through DSC-2014.
3. After careful examination of the proposal of the department and keeping in view the actual requirement and the overall financial implications, the government hereby accord permission to the Municipal Administration Department to fill One Thousand Two Hundred and Fifty Two (1252) vacant posts of Teachers in Urban Local Bodies through DSC as detailed below.

4. The Municipal Administration Secretariat Department and the Commissioner of Municipal Administration shall take necessary action for filling the respective posts duly following the Rule of Reservation, the provisions of the Presidential Order and Provisions of the service Rules applicable to the relevant posts duly
constituting District Selection Committees as per the existing Rules.

5. The Municipal Administration Department shall issue detailed guidelines regarding the recruitment process.

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21 November, 2014

School Complexes to be conducted during 2014-15 in Prakasam Dist

G.O.MS.No. 213 Dated. 20-11-2014 :: Permission Accorded for Filling 9061 vacant posts of teachers through DSC 2014

G.O.MS.No. 213 Dated. 20-11-2014 :: Filling of Nine Thousand and Sixty One (9061) vacant posts of teachers through DSC - Permission Accorded - Orders-Issued.

References:
1. G.O.Rt.No. 5691, General Administration (Ser-A) Department, Dated. 13.12.2012
2. U.O. Note No. 14384/SE. Exams/2014 of School Education Department.

ORDER:
1. In the G.O. first read above the General Administration (Services-A) department issued orders adopting an annual Calendar for recruitments and prescribed a schedule for estimation and notification of vacancies for recruitment.
2. The School Education Department has furnished a list of vacant posts of different categories of teacher posts and requested to accord permission to fill the posts through DSC.
3. After careful examination of the proposal of the department and keeping in view the actual requirement and the overall financial implications, the government hereby accord permission to the School Education Department to fill Nine Thousand and Sixty One (9061) vacant posts of Teachers through DSC as detailed below.


4. The SE Secretariat Department and the Commissioner and Director of School Education shall take necessary action for filling the respective posts duly following the Rule of Reservation, the provisions of the Presidential Order and Provisions of the service Rules applicable to the relevant posts duly constituting District Selection Committees as per the existing Rules.
5. The School Education Department shall issue detailed guidelines regarding the recruitment process.

GO MS No.213 Dt:20/11/2014: Permission Accorded for Filling of 9061 vacant posts of teachers through DSC

G.O.Ms.No.38, Dt:19.11.14 :: AP Teacher Eligibility (TET) Cum Recruitment Test (DSC 2014) Guidelines

20 November, 2014

APDSC 2014 :: Key publication, Selection, Preparation of Provisional list and Final list, Communication of Merit lists

PUBLISHING OF THE INITIAL KEY AND FILING OF OBJECTIONS:
(1) The Commissioner of School Education shall issue the schedule of notification, Payment of fees, Conduct of Written Test, Release of Initial Key / Final Key and declaration of results and public the results examinations. The Commissioner of School Education being the competent authority to publish the initial key of the question after the conduct of written test inviting objections, if any, from the candidates who appeared for the test, duly giving a reasonable time to the candidates for filing objections on the initial key and the same shall be disposed of by the expert committee constituted by the Commissioner of School Education. The final key shall be published for the information of candidates. Any representation / petition / objection on the initial key after the above stipulated period shall not be entertained.
(2) The Commissioner of School Education is authorized to dispose of the material relating to the Teachers Recruitment Test such as OMRs and other examination material after one year from the date of declaration of results / display of selection lists, whichever is later. Request for furnishing of OMR sheets after the prescribed period will not be entertained under these rules and other Acts / Rules.

SELECTION:
(a) Candidates shall be selected on the basis of marks secured in the Written Test.
(b) the candidates who have already qualified in earlier APTETs also compulsorily write the above Integrated Test for appointment as Teacher in Government / Zilla Praja Parishad / Mandal Praja Parishad / Municipality / Tribal Welfare Schools. These candidates will be given 20 % of weightage for their earlier TET score (as per the original TET notification). For this 20% weightage, candidates will be having option
either to consider 20% of earlier TET scores or 20% of present marks whichever is higher. Now onwards, the Integrated Test will be valid for that particular recruitment only. In respect of appointments in private / un-aided schools or any other educational Institutions, the above Integrated Test Certificate will be valid for a period of 1 (One) year. A Certificate will be issued to the candidates who are fulfilling minimum requirement in the above Integrated Test by obtaining minimum qualifying marks prescribed at Rule 6 .

Preparation of Provisional Lists:
1) A Provisional merit cum roster list shall be prepared out of qualified candidates to the extent of vacancies notified for each category of posts.
2) After preparation of provisional list , verification of
a) Earlier TET score by original card
b) Original qualification certificates
c) Proof of age
d) Original caste/PH/any such qualification certificate claimed by the candidate in the application shall be undertaken by the officer/ Committee authorized by Commissioner and Director of School Education.
3) If the certificates are not found to be genuine /correct and if the candidate fails to produce the certificates required at the time of verification or if the candidate is absent for verification of certificates, such candidates forego the right of selection, and next eligible candidate shall be considered for certificates verification.
4) After verification of certificates by the authorized officer/committee as designated by the Commissioner of School Education the final selection list shall be prepared and published.
5) The number of candidates shall not be more than the number of vacancies notified for that particular category.
6) In the process, posts if any unfilled for any reason whatsoever shall be carried forward for future recruitment.
7) After such publication, there shall not be any waiting list and selection made shall be final.

PREPARATION OF SELECTION LISTS:
(1) The rule of reservation to local candidates is applicable and the provisions of Andhra Pradesh Public Employment (OLC&RDR) Order (Presidential Order) 1975 and amendments there to shall be followed strictly.
(2) The rule of special representation in the matter of appointment of candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Backward Classes, Physically Challenged, Ex-service Men and women is applicable as per the Andhra Pradesh State and Subordinate Service Rules 1996 as amended from time to time.
(3) The rules issued from time to time by the Department of Disabled Welfare shall be followed in respect of special representation for differently abled (physically challenged) persons.
(4) Local Scheduled Tribe candidates shall only be considered for selection and appointment against the vacancies in Scheduled Areas. They shall also be considered for selection to the posts notified in Plain area if they come up for selection.
(5) The number of candidates selected shall not be more than the number of vacancies notified. There shall be no waiting list and posts if any unfilled for any reason whatsoever shall be carried forward for future recruitment.
(6) The certificate issued for earlier TETs from 2011 to 2014 shall be verified about the eligibility conditions for the post applied for before preparation of the selection list.
(7) After due verification of the originals of all relevant certificates, selection of the candidates for the posts of Government/Local Bodies/Tribal Welfare Department shall be made together as per the roster of each unit of appointment and selected candidates shall exercise their option as per roster cum merit and the District
Educational Officer, shall allow the candidates to the respective unit accordingly.
(8) The District selection Committee concerned shall approve the selection lists prepared as per Rules. The same list shall be displayed on the Notice boards at O/o District Collector, O/o District Educational Officer and on the internet for the information of candidates.

COMMUNICATION OF MERIT LISTS TO THE APPOINTING AUTHORITIES:
The allotment list of selected candidates prepared separately for the different units of appointment shall be communicated promptly to the respective appointing authorities along with the applications of the candidates by the Secretary, District Selection Committee, who in turn will take prompt action for conducting counseling for postings of candidates to schools concerned.
20. (a) The appointment orders for selected candidates shall be issued subject to outcome of C.A.No.4878-4991/2009 filed in the Hon’ble Supreme Court and any other court cases.
      (b) Notwithstanding any provisions to the contrary contained in any other rules relating to recruitment of Teachers, the provisions of these rules shall prevail and be applicable for the purpose of recruitment of Teachers, 2014.
      (c) The District Educational Officer and Member-Secretary of the District Level Committee shall issue appointment orders under Rule 10(a) of Andhra Pradesh State and Subordinate Service Rules 1996 and posting orders to the selected candidates in terms of service rules of the respective managements existing as on date as per the choice exercised by the selected candidates in the counseling for schools under the control of District Educational Officer.
(d) Scale of Pay: The candidates who are appointed are eligible to draw the scale of pay attached to the post.
(e) Display on the Notice Board: The list of candidates who have been given posting orders shall also be displayed on the Notice Board on the day of counseling. NO changes/modifications in posting orders shall be made by District Selection Committee. If any changes/modifications in postings are made after display of the list, the Member-Secretary concerned shall be personally held responsible and severe disciplinary action shall be taken against him/her. The selected candidates list of appointment shall also be displayed by the District Educational officer on the website.

Issue of Eligibility Certificate:
Teachers Eligibility Certificate will be issued by the competent authority to all the candidates who secured minimum qualifying marks prescribed after verification of all the original certificates as per NCTE norms which would entitle them to secure employment in private schools.

AP DSC 2014 :: STRUCTURE OF EXAMINATION / TEST & QUALIFYING MARKS

STRUCTURE OF EXAMINATION / TEST FOR AP DSC 2014
The Structure and Content of proposed Integrated Test for SGTs and School Assistants are as follows:
For the Post of S.G.T
Duration of examination: Three hours (Including 15 minutes for Reading of Q.P.)
Structure and Content (All compulsory)

For the Post of Language Pandits (Telugu/Urdu/Hindi/Tamil/Oriya/Kannada)


For the Post of PET

School Assistants: Duration of examination: Three hours and 15 minutes for Reading of Q.P.)
For the Post of School Assistants – Mathematics

For the Post of School Assistants – Physical Science
 For the Post of School Assistants – Biological Science

For the Post of School Assistants – Social Studies

For the Post of School Assistants (Languages)



For the Post of School Assistants (English)

For the Post of School Assistants (Physical Education)

QUALIFYING MARKS (both for SGTs, Language Pandits and School Assistants except PETs
and School Assistants (Physical Education) :

Candidates who secured minimum qualifying marks will only be considered for recruitment and
award of eligibility certificate.

AP DSC 2014 :: QUALIFICATIONS AND ELIGIBILITY For TEACHER ELIGIBILITY TEST (TET) CUM TEACHER RECRUITMENT TEST (TRT)

QUALIFICATIONS AND ELIGIBILITY For TEACHER ELIGIBILITY TEST (TET) cum TEACHER RECRUITMENT TEST (TRT) 
(1)  A candidate for selection to the posts of Teachers shall possess the academic and professional/ training qualifications as follows:-
(a) Must be fully qualified for the post applied for and in possession of all Certificates as on the last date prescribed in the notification for submission of applications.
(b) (i) Must possess Intermediate Certificate issued by the Board of Intermediate Education, Andhra Pradesh or other equivalent certificates recognized by Board of Intermediate Education, Government of Andhra Pradesh.
     (ii) Must possess Academic degrees of Universities recognized by University Grants Commission (UGC).
     (iii) Teacher Education Courses recognized by National Council for Teacher Education.
     (iv) Distance Mode courses offered by Universities and Deemed Universities recognized by Joint Committee comprising University Grants Commission, Distance Education Council (DEC), All India Council for Technical Education and with jurisdiction to operate such courses in the State of Andhra Pradesh.
(v) Special Education Courses recognized by Rehabilitation Council of India.
(vi) The candidates should have either been qualified in earlier APTETs OR should obtain minimum qualifying marks in the present TET cum TRT. However, this is not applicable in case of PETs and School Assistants (Physical Education).
(2) Post wise qualifications:
(i) School Assistants:-
(a) School Assistant (Mathematics):-
Must possess a Bachelor’s Degree with Mathematics / Applied Mathematics / Statistics as the main subject OR one of the three equal optional subjects and a B.Ed degree with Mathematics as a methodology subject.
(b) School Assistant (Physical Sciences) :-
Must posses a Bachelors Degree with at least two of the following subjects as optional subjects: Physics / Applied Physics / Engineering Physics & Instrumentation and Chemistry / Applied Chemistry / Industrial Chemistry / Pharmaceutical Chemistry / Medicinal Chemistry / Bio-Chemistry / Geology or either Physics / its allied subjects or Chemistry / its allied subjects as one of the main subject and other as subsidiary /
ancillary subject and B.Ed. degree with Physical Science / Physics / Chemistry / Science as a methodology subject.
(c) School Assistant (Biological Science) :-
Must possess a Bachelors Degree with Botany and Zoology as optional subjects or one of the two as main and the other as subsidiary subject or any two of other allied subjects viz. Public Health / Human Genetics / Genetics / Bio-chemistry / Environment Sciences / Micro-biology / Bio-Technology / Industrial Micro-biology / Agriculture/ Food Technology/ Fisheries/ Nutrition/ geology / Sericulture / Horticulture / Forestry / Poultry and a B.Ed. Degree with Biological Science / Natural Sciences / Science / Botany / Zoology/ as a methodology subject.
(d) School Assistant (Social Studies) :-
Must possess a Bachelors Degree with any two of the following subjects as optional or one of them as a main and any other one as a subsidiary subject – (i) History (ii) Economics (iii) Geography (iv) Political Science (v) Public Administration (vi) Sociology (vii) Commerce (viii) Politics (ix) Social Anthropology (x) Ancient Indian History Culture & Archaeology (xi) Anthropology (xii) Social Work (xiii) Philosophy and (xiv) Psychology. or B.Com with any four of the following six subjects:
(i) Economics / Business Economics (ii) Business Organization and Management (iii) Statistics / Business Statistics / Quantitative Techniques (iv) financial Services, Banking and Insurance (v) Accountancy / Financial Accounting (vi) Fundamentals of information technology and B.Ed Degree with Social Studies / Social Sciences / Geography / history / Politics Political Science /Economics as a methodology
subject.
(e) School Assistant (English) :-
A Bachelors Degree with English as the main subject or one of the optional subjects or a Post Graduate Degree in English and a B. Ed Degree with English as methodology subject.
(f) School Assistant (Telugu) :-
Must possess a Bachelor’s Degree with Telugu as the main subject or one of the three equal optional subjects or Bachelor’s Degree in Oriental Language in Telugu (B.O.L) or its equivalent or a Post Graduate Degree in Telugu and B.Ed with Telugu as methodology Subject or Telugu Pandit Training or its equivalent.
(g) School Assistant (Hindi) :-
Academic qualifications :- Must possess Bachelor’s degree with Hindi as one of the full elective subject or
Bachelor’s Degree in Oriental Language in Hindi (B.O.L) or Praveena of Dakshina Bharat Hindi Prachar Sabha or Vidwan of Hindi Prachara Sabha, Hyderabad or any other equivalent recognized qualification in Hindi (BA degree Standard) or Post Graduate Degree in Hindi and along with any one of the following training qualifications as per Table-2 training qualifications.



(j) School Assistant (Tamil) :-
Must possess a Bachelor’s Degree with Tamil as the main subject or one of the three equal optional subjects or Bachelor’s Degree in Oriental Language with Tamil (B.O.L) or its equivalent or a Post Graduate Degree in Tamil and B.Ed with Tamil as methodology or Tamil Pandit Training or its equivalent.
(k) School Assistant (Oriya) :-
Must possess a Bachelor’s Degree with Oriya as the main subject or one of the three equal optional subjects or Bachelor’s Degree in Oriental Language with Oriya (B.O.L) or its equivalent or a Post Graduate Degree in Oriya and B.Ed with Oriya as methodology or Oriya Pandit Training or its equivalent.
(l) School Assistant (Sanskrit) :-
Must possess a Bachelor’s Degree with Sanskrit as the main subject or one of the three equal optional subjects or Bachelor’s Degree in Oriental Language with Sanskrit (B.O.L) or its equivalent or a Post Graduate Degree in Sanskrit and B.Ed with Sanskrit as methodology or Sanskrit Pandit Training or its equivalent.
(m) School Assistant (Physical Education) :-
Must possess a Bachelor’s Degree or its equivalent and a Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Education or its equivalent or M.P.Ed.
(ii) Secondary Grade Teacher :-
Must possess Intermediate Certificate issued by the Board of Intermediate Education, Andhra Pradesh or any other equivalent certificate recognized by Board of Intermediate Education, Govt. of A.P. and two year D.Ed. Certificate issued by the Director of Government Examinations, Andhra Pradesh or its equivalent certificate recognized by NCTE.
(iii) Language Pandits:
(a) Language Pandit (Telugu) :-
Must possess a Bachelor’s Degree with Telugu as the main subject or one of the three equal optional subjects or Bachelor’s Degree in Oriental Language in Telugu (B.O.L) or its equivalent or a Post Graduate Degree in Telugu and B.Ed with Telugu as methodology or Telugu Pandit Training or its equivalent.
(b) Language Pandit (Hindi) :-
Academic qualifications :-
Must posses Bachelor’s degree with Hindi as one of the full elective subject or Bachelor’s Degree in Oriental Language in Hindi (B.O.L) or Praveena of Dakshina Bharat Hindi Prachar Sabha or Vidwan of Hindi Prachara Sabha, Hyderabad or any other equivalent recognized qualification in Hindi (BA degree Standard) or Post Graduate Degree in Hindi of the following as per table – I and along with any one of the training
qualifications as per table – II.



(c) Language Pandit (Urdu) :-
Must possess a Bachelor’s Degree with Urdu as the main subject or one of the three equal optional subjects or Bachelor’s Degree in Oriental Language in Urdu (B.O.L) or its equivalent or a Post Graduate Degree in Urdu and B.Ed with Urdu as methodology or Urdu Pandit Training or its equivalent.
(d) Language Pandit (Kannada) :-
Must possess a Bachelor’s Degree with Kannada as the main subject or one of the three equal optional subjects or Bachelor’s Degree in Oriental Language in Kannada (B.O.L) or its equivalent or a Post Graduate Degree in Kannada and B.Ed with Kannada as methodology or Kannada Pandit Training or its equivalent.
(e) Language Pandit (Oriya) :-
Must possess a Bachelor’s Degree with Oriya as the main subject or one of the three equal optional subjects or Bachelor’s Degree in Oriental Language in Oriya (B.O.L) or its equivalent or a Post Graduate Degree in Oriya and B.Ed with Oriya as methodology or Oriya Pandit Training or its equivalent.
(f) Language Pandit (Tamil) :-
Must possess a Bachelor’s Degree with Tamil as the main subject or one of the three equal optional subjects or Bachelor’s Degree in Oriental Language with Tamil (B.O.L) or its equivalent or a Post Graduate Degree in Tamil and B.Ed with Tamil as methodology or Tamil Pandit Training or its equivalent.
(g) Language Pandit (Sanskrit) :-
Must possess a Bachelor’s Degree with Sanskrit as the main subject or one of the three equal optional subjects or Bachelor’s Degree in Oriental Language with Sanskrit (B.O.L) or its equivalent or a Post Graduate Degree in Sanskrit and B.Ed with Sanskrit as methodology or Sanskrit Pandit Training or its equivalent.
(iv) Physical Education Teacher :-
Must possess Intermediate Certificate issued by the Board of Intermediate Education, Andhra Pradesh or equivalent certificate recognized by Board of Intermediate Education, Govt. of A.P. and an under graduate diploma in Physical Education (U.G.D.P.Ed.) recognized by NCTE.
                                                         OR
Must possess a Bachelor’s Degree and a B.P.Ed or M.P.Ed recognized by NCTE.
(v) QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE POSTS NOTIFIED IN SCHOOLS FOR BLIND /
DEAF AND DUMB: (Special Schools)
Must possess academic qualifications prescribed for the said posts and D. Ed Special Education / B. Ed Special Education, as the case may be, in the manner detailed below:


(vi) Language / Medium Study Qualifications:
(a) Telugu Medium & Minor Media posts (Non-language subjects):
The candidates who have passed SSC Examination in the concerned medium of instruction or with the concerned Language as First Language are eligible to apply for the posts of SA (Mathematics, Biological Sciences, Physical Sciences, Social Studies & Physical Education), SGT and PET in the concerned medium school except for English medium posts. The candidates who have passed the Intermediate / Degree
Examination (Academic) in the concerned medium of instruction or with the Language concerned as a subject are also eligible to apply for the posts in that medium except for English Medium posts. The SSC
in concerned medium completed before going for higher examinations will only be considered. The SSC completed in concerned medium after completion of higher exams will not be considered.
(b)English Medium posts (Non-language subjects):
In respect of School Assistant (Mathematics, Biological Sciences, Physical Sciences, Social Studies) posts in English medium, the candidates who studied SSC, Intermediate and Graduation through English Medium only are eligible. In respect of SGT posts in English medium, the candidates who studied SSC and Intermediate through English medium only are eligible.
(vii) In respect of posts for which two subjects at Degree level are prescribed, a Candidate who studied one subject at Degree level and the second subject at Post Graduation level is also eligible to apply.
              Example: A candidate who intends to apply for the post of SA (Social Studies) should have studied at least one of the following mentioned subjects at graduation level and the other at Post graduation level. (i) History (ii) Economics (iii) Geography (iv) Political Science (v) Public Administration (vi) Sociology (vii) Commerce (viii) Politics (ix) Social Anthropology (x) Ancient Indian History Culture & Archaeology (xi)
Anthropology (xii) Social Work (xiii) Philosophy and (xiv) Psychology.
(viii) Candidates having the training qualification of Special D.Ed / Special B.Ed are also eligible to apply for the posts of Secondary Grade Teacher/School Assistant, respectively, in General Schools in addition to Special Schools, provided they are in possession of academic qualifications prescribed for the posts to which they apply.
However, on appointment to the post they are required to undergo an NCTE recognized six months Special Programme in Elementary Education at his / her own cost.
(ix) Only the qualifications mentioned in the application form, for the post applied for, shall be taken into consideration for the purpose of selection.

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G.O.Ms.No.38, Dt:19.11.14 :: AP Teacher Eligibility (TET) Cum Recruitment Test (DSC 2014) Guidelines

G.O.Ms.No.38, Dated:19.11.14 :: Andhra Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) cum Teacher Recruitment Test for the posts of Teachers (Scheme of Selection) Rules – Orders - Issued.
Reference:
From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Hyderabad,Lr.Rc.No.5/APTET/2014, dated:02.09.2014.
ORDER:
The following notification will be published in the Andhra Pradesh Gazette.
NOTIFICATION
In exercise of the powers conferred by Article 309 of the Constitution of India read with sub section (3) and (4) of Section 169, Sub- sections (3) and (4) of section 195 and Section 243 of the Andhra Pradesh Panchayat Raj Act, (Andhra Pradesh Act 13 of 1994) and amendments thereon and third proviso to Section 74 of the Andhra Pradesh Municipalities Act, 1965 (Andhra Pradesh Act 6/1965) and Section 78 and Section 99 of the Andhra Pradesh Education Act, 1982 (Act 1 of 1982), read with sub-section (1) of section 23 of the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act 2009 (Central Act No. 35 of 2009), duly incorporating the norms and conditions of the eligibility criteria provided by NCTE for the post of teachers and duly rescinding the earlier Government Orders issued in the GO. Ms. No 51, SE Gen. Dept., Dated 16.04.2011 in this regard, the Governor of Andhra Pradesh hereby makes the following rules for Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) cum Teacher Recruitment Test (TRT) to the posts of Teachers in the schools of Andhra Pradesh.
RULES
1. SHORT TITLE AND APPLICATION:
(1) These rules 2014 may be called as the Andhra Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) cum Teacher Recruitment Test (TRT) for the posts of Teachers (Scheme of Selection) Rules.
(2) These rules shall apply to all categories of teacher posts in Government, Zilla Praja Parishad, Mandal Praja Parishad, Special Schools, Integrated Tribal Development Agency, Municipalities, Municipal Corporation Schools and to such other categories of teacher posts in such other schools as may be notified by the Government from time to time.
(3) These rules shall come into force with immediate effect from the date of issue of these orders.
2. DEFINITIONS:
In these rules, unless the context otherwise requires:
(1) “Appointing Authority” means.
(i) The District Educational Officer of the district concerned in respect of posts of teachers in Government Schools, Mandal Praja Parishads Schools, Zilla Praja Parishad Schools and Special Schools.
(ii) The Commissioner of concerned Municipality/ Municipal Corporation in respect of posts of teachers in Municipality or Municipal Corporation Schools.
(iii) The Project Officer of the Integrated Tribal Development Agency concerned in respect of posts of teachers in ITDA Schools.
(2) “Chief Executive Officer” means the Chief Executive Officer of Zilla Praja Parishad appointed under section 186 of the Andhra Pradesh Panchayat Raj Act, 1994.
(3) “Collector” means any officer in-charge of a Revenue District;
(4) “Commissioner of School Education” means the Officer in-charge of General Education which includes Primary, Upper Primary, Secondary, Special Schools and Teacher Education in the State;
(5) “District” means Revenue District;
(6) “District Educational officer” means the Officer in-charge of General Education which includes Pre-primary, Primary, Secondary, Non-formal and Teacher Education in the District;
(7) “Government” means the State Government of Andhra Pradesh.
(8) “Malpractice” means in relation to an examinee appearing for the written test, the unauthorized help from any person in any manner or from any material or from any source whatsoever or the unauthorized use of any telephonic, wireless or electronic or other instrument of gadget in any manner, as described in the Andhra Pradesh Public Examination (Prevention of Malpractices and unfair means) Act, 1997 (Act 25 of 1997).
(9) “Mandal Praja Parishad” means a Mandal Praja Parishad constituted under section 148 of the Andhra Pradesh Panchayat Raj Act, 1994 .
(10) “Mandal Praja Parishad Development Officer” means the officer appointed by that designation under section 168 of the Andhra Pradesh Panchayat Raj Act, 1994.
(11) “Medium of Instruction” means the language through which subjects other thanlanguages are taught.
(12) “Municipality” means a municipality constituted under the Andhra Pradesh Municipalities Act, 1965;
(13) “Municipal Corporation” means a municipal corporation constituted or deemed to have been constituted under any law relating to Municipal Corporation for the time being in force;
(14) “NCTE” means National Council for Teacher Education.
(15) “School” means a Primary School or Upper Primary School or a High School or a Special School for disabled; and
(16) “Zilla Praja Parishad” means a Zilla Praja Parishad constituted under the provisions of the Andhra Pradesh Panchayat Raj Act, 1994.
3. METHOD OF RECRUITMENT
The Recruitment shall be through a selection process consisting of Written Test and other criteria stipulated by the Government from time to time. The total marks shall be 180 for SGTs and PETs. For all School Assistant posts total marks shall be 200 (Two hundred). It will be purely based on merit cum roaster system as per the existing provisions being adopted by Government of Andhra Pradesh.
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19 November, 2014

Rc.2247, Dt:17-11-14 :: Instructions on Nomination of one officer at Mandal level for coordinating the data entry online for JBMV Programme

Rc. No. 2247/ APSSA/OSC/ A I0/20 14 Dated:17-11-2014 :: APSSA, Hyderabad- OSCActivities - JBMV Programme-Preparation of Micro plans and Rectification of errors noticed in the data entry-Nomination of one designated officer at Mandal level for coordinating and carrying out the data entry into the Micro Plan Web portal-Certain Instructions-Issued--Reg.

Ref:- This office Proceedings of even no., dated 13-11-2014

All the Project Officers are aware that the "Janmabhoomi Maa Vooru" programme was conducted in two spells in the months of October and November, 2014 and Micro plan data were collected on important parameters of core departments for each OP/Ward. As regards OSC, information was collected on important items, like "Children never enrolled" and "Children dropped out". In this regard, it is observed that in spite of repeated instructions, the data entry was not properly done at mandal level, giving rise to several errors and inconsistencies in the Micro plans and District Status Reports. Even the "edit" option could not be utilized effectively for rectification of errors. While furnishing Child-wise data, Aadhar numbers and mobile numbers were recorded only for 20% of children listed. Still variations persist and no consistency is observed in the District-wise status reports, Micro plan reports (obtained from the jbmv.ap.gov.in website) and the consolidated information furnished by the District Project Offices which led to
an impression that no proper check was carried out by the officers who are at the helm to determine the accuracy and quality of data. The above reports are attached, herewith, for ready reference.

All the Project Officers are, therefore, requested to critically examine the data so far entered in the Micro plans by comparing with the available data collected through different sources and take speedy measures to rectify all the errors and remove inconsistencies for preparation of Micro Plans at OP/Ward level. In the process, the Project Officers need to consult and coordinate with the MRO, MPDO at mandal level and CPO at District level. They also need to lay stress on the following important points in order to make the exercise a meaningful one.

i) Planning of re-visits to G.Ps/Wards for collecting data gaps and missing information: .
All available resources are required to be pooled up at the mandai level to take up this exercise on priority.

ii) Recording of Child-wise Adhar card number and Contact Number:
In case of non-availability of Adhar card, Ration card or Election ID may be used. In case, mobile number of the Parent or any other family member is not available mobile number of close relatives/field functionaries like School teacher, HM, AWW, who are closely associated with data collection and can furnish the details of the child may be considered for the purpose.

iii) Completion of data entry:
In a meeting held at the Planning Department of A.P. Secretariat on 14-11-2014, it was informed that the data so far entered at the mandal level will be frozen shortly, i.e., in 3-4 days' time in order to have a final assessment before taking up further follow up action. Therefore, the data entry should be completed at any cost before the dead line., ie 17.11.2014

iv) Analysis and accuracy of the data:
The data thus entered is required to be analysed carefully for its accuracy and certified by the officers concerned. As this is going to be the final data and will be used by the SSA and other agencies for planning and policy formulation in the annual plans, the P.Os need to obtain the required certificates from the MEOs concerned.

v) Nomination of "Micro plan monitoring officer" at the mandal level:
In continuation of the instructions issued vide proceedings cited under reference, all the P.Os are requested to nominate the MEOs at mandal level and to forward their user names and mobile numbers to this office for taking further necessary action. It is reiterated that only accurate. qualitative and verifiable data need to be entered in the Micro plans which forms the basis for all its future endeavours. All the Project Officers are, therefore, requested to follow the instructions scrupulously and strive for expeditious rectification of errors noticed in the data entry in respect of OSC parameters and send their "Action taken reports" soon to the undersigned.

The Following statements were attached to the document.

1. Janmabhoomi-Maa Vooru :: Micro Plan Report on Education (Rural) as on 15.11.2014
2. Janmabhoomi-Maa Vooru :: Micro Plan Report on Education (Urban) as on 15.11.2014
3. Janmabhoomi-Maa Vooru :: Consolidated Format Submitted by the DPOs as on 15.11.2014
4. Comparitive Statement as on 15.11.2014

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16 November, 2014

School Assistats Promotion Seniority lists of Prakasam for Maths, Social, B.S, L.F.L updated on 15.11.2014

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Memo:17004, Dt:12.11.14 :: Launching of Swachh Balak Mission in all Schools and Anganwadis In the Country from 14th to 19lh Nov 2014

Memo.No.17004/PE-Prog.ll/A1/2014- Dated: 12.11.2014 :: School Education Department - Launching of Swachh Balak Mission in all School and Anganwadis In the Country from 14th to 19lh November, 2014 by th Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation, Govt of India Certain instructions issued - Reg.

References:
1 From the Secretary, Minister of Drinking Water and Sanitation, Govt of India, Lr D.O. No. W-11013/13/2014-NBA, dt:14.10.2014
2 From the Joint Secretary, Dapt of School Edn & Lit, MHRD, GoI, New Dlehi, Lr F. No. 7-115/2014 UT2, dated 03.11.2014.

ORDER:
Copies of references 1s' & 2nd cited are sent herewith. The Commissioner & Director of School Education A.P. Hyderabad and the State Project Director, SSA, A.P. Hyderabad are informed that children can plan a very important role in achieving Swachh Bharat by 2019. If children can be motivated In keeping themselves clean, their homes, schools and surrounding clean and given the right messages on the importance of sanitation, they can not only contribute immensely towards improving the sanitation situation in
the country but also by becoming ambassadors of cleanliness in their homes and communities. In order to focus the above theme, Bat Swachhta Mission will be launched on 14th November, 2014 and continued upto 19!h November, 2014. The themes of the Mission for the inaugural week starting 14th November 2014 are as follows;-
   *  14th November 2014 :Clean School/surroundings/play area
   *  15th November 2014 :Clean Food
   *  17th November 2014 :Clean Self (the activities on clean self/personal hygiene can be taken up on any day)
   *  18th November 2014 :Clean Drinking Water
   *  19lh November 2014 :Clean Toilets

2. Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will conduct online competitions are designed to encourage participation in the themes on different days of the week.

3. Therefore, she/he is requested to take necessary action for participation of students in this endeavour In their own schools. Besides the suggested themes, innovative actiyities involving children in participating in Bai Swachhta Mission would also be appreciated.

4. She/he is also requested to furnish action taken report to Government from time to time progress of the above Mission.

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A letter from Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of School Education and Literacy on Bal Swachhta Mission

F. No, 7-115/2014 UT2, Dated: 3* November 2014 :: Government of india-Ministry of Human Resource Development-Department of School Education and Literacy

Addressed from :
Shri Adhar Slnha,
Principal Secretary {School Edu.). Govt, of Andhra Pradesh
North H Block, 1" Floor, Room No.C, Andhra Pradesh Secretariat
Hyderabad-500022, ANDHRA PRADESH

Dear Sir,
As you are aware the Bal Swachhta Mission will be launched on 14th November 2014.
1. In this regard a detailed letter by Ms Vijaylaxmt Joshi, Secretary, Government of India, Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation dated 14th October 2014 has already been sent to Chief Secretary of your State ( copy enclosed),

2. The themes of the Mission for the Inaugural week starting 14th November 2014 are as foilows:-
    * 14m November 2014 : Clean School/sourroundings/play area
    * 15lh November 2014 : Clean Food
    * 17th November 2014 : Clean Self (the activities on clean self/personal hygiene can be taken up on any day)
    * 18lh November 2014 : Clean Drinking Water
    * 19th November 2014 : Clean Toilets

3. Activities proposed to be conducted by Kendriya^ Vidyaiaya Sangathan (KVS), Navodaya Vtdyalaya Samiti (NVS), National Council for Educational Research and Training (NCERT) and National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) etc. through their institutions are designed to encourage participation in the themes mentioned above,

4. Centra! Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) wilt also conduct an online competition on oach of the above themes on different days of the week.

5. As most of our school going children study in Government and Government aided schools in the States and UTs, it would be appreciated if you could consider in making children in schools of your State participate in this endeavour in their own schools.
Besides the suggested themes, innovative activities involving children in participating in Ba! Swachhta Mission would be appreciated.

6. We look forward to hearing from your State/UT about the activities that you may decide to undertake to sensitize and involved school children in this important aspect of education and growth.

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A letter attached to this Document from Secretary, Government of India, Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation, 247, 'A' Wmo. Nirmari Bhawsn, New Delhi-110011

D.O. No. W-11013/13/2014-NBA Datod 14/10/2014 :: Launch of Bal (Child) Swachhta Mission under the.S.wachh Bharat Mission
a Nationwide Sanitation initiative, in the form of the Swachh Bharat Mission. The Swachh Bharat Mission focuses on improving cleanliness and hygiene in urban and rural areas, covering all work places, public places, Homes and curbing open defecation
in the country. For this, the Hon'bie Prime Minister has called upon every citizen in the country to take individual and collective steps towards achievement of the goal.

2. Children can play a very Important role in achieving Swachh Bharat by 2019. If children can be motivated in keeping themselves clean, their homes, schools and surroundings clean and given the right messages on the importance of sanitation, they can not only contribute immensely towards improving the sanitation situation in the country but also by becoming ambassadors of cleanliness in their homes and communities. It is in this context that it has been decided to launch a Bal Swachhta
Mission on 14th November 2014 on the occasion of Children's Day (Bal Divas), in which children would be sensitized and involved in different aspects of hygiene and safe sanitation. There shall be six main themes for the Bal Swachhta Mission, These are;
      (i)     Clean School and Anganwadis
      (ii)    Clean Surroundings e.g. playgrounds.
      (iii)   Clean Self (Personal Hygiono/Child Health )
      (iv)    Clean Food
      (v)     Clean Drinking Water
      (vi)    Clean Toilets

3. It is proposed that on each day 14-19 November, 2014 (6 days}, one of the above themes shall be focused across the entire country. Activities connected to the theme will be organized on the day. States are requested to take preparatory action through all
relevant Departments including Department of School Education, Department of Women and Child Development, Department of Urban Development, Ministry, of Drinking Water and Sanitation, Department of Information and Publicity etc. to ensure
that these activities are .organised in every School and Anganwadi of Slates. Events relating to the Bal Swachhta Mission can be organized at Slate, District and Block and Gram Panchayat Lqyels functions.

4. It is pointed out that the week wit! culminate-with the World Toilet Day on 19th November, 2014, thus giving the opportunity of spreading the message of ending open defecation.

5. A pledgo to be takan on the occasion by all children of the country Is being prepared and will be circulated to all States shortly.

6. It is requested that state governments take all steps to ensurre appropriate programs on the occasion and give maximum publicity and also ensure wide participation in the Bal Swachhta Mission and In its weeklong programme.

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