Friday, March 29, 2013

CCE Model Promotion List 2012-2013

CCE Model Promotion List 2012-2013


Promotion List has been changed. Now instead of marks, Teachers have to mark Grades of Students in the Promotion List 2012-2013 as CCE has been introduced during 2012-2013. Teachers can download the following Model Promotion List to get an idea how to prepare promotion list.

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CCE Annual Grading 2012-2013

CCE Model Annual Grading 2012-2013
RVM, AP, Hyderabad, Annual Grading of a Child under CCE for 2012 – 13

1. Formative Tests (4) - 25%
2. Summative I & II (2) - 25%
3. Summative III (1) - 50%
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               100%



Example:
Child Name : K. Ramana, Class : V, Year : 2012 – 13
Calculation: One student grading after Annual Examinations (Summative – 3) at the end of Academic year.

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

G.O.No.75, Dated 14.03.2013 Pensioners Festival Advance Enhancement

G.O.No.75, Dated: 14th March, 2013, FINANCE (PENSION) DEPARTMENT.
Advance – Festival Advance to Pensioners Enhancement of the quantum of advance-orders issued.
Read:
1.G.O.Ms.No.285, Finance (Pension) Department,dated 18.2.1971.
2.G.O.Ms.No.836, Finance (Pension) Department,dated.31.7.1976.
3.G.O.Ms.No.1091, Finance (Pension) Department,dated 04.10.1989.
4.G.O.Ms.No.782, Finance (Pension) Department,dated 12.10.1992.
5.G.O.Ms.No.460, Finance (Pension) Department,dated 24.9.2007.
6.G.O.Ms.No.388, Finance (Salaries) Department,
dated 06.11.2012.

ORDER:
1.In the Government Order fifth read above, it has been ordered that all the Tamil Nadu Government Pensioners (both State Civil and Teacher Pensioners) shall be granted Festival Advance of Rs.1000/-(Rupees One thousand only).
2. In the Government Order sixth read above it has been ordered that Festival Advance payable to the Government Employees be enhanced from Rs.2000/-to Rs.5,000/-(Rupees Five Thousand only).
3. Various Pensioners Associations have requested the Government for enhancement of the quantum of festival advance sanctioned to the pensioners also, on the analogy of orders issued in Government Order sixth read above.
4. The Government after careful consideration has decided to accept the request of the Pensioners Associations and accordingly direct that the Festival Advance payable to all the Tamil Nadu Government Pensioners (both State Civiland Teacher Pensioners) shall be enhanced from Rs.1000/- to Rs.2000/-(Rupees Two Thousand only).
5. These orders shall take immediate effect and apply to festivals to be celebrated after the date of issue of this order.
6. All other conditions laid down in the Government Order first read above as amended in the Government Order second read above shall remain unchanged.
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TNPSC Departmental Examinations Results December 2012

TNPSC Departmental Examinations Results December 2012.

TNPSC has announced Departmental Examinations Results which were conducted in December 2012. Candidates who have attended to these examinations, can now check their Results in the official TNPSC Website by entering their Register Number.

TNPSC Departmental Exams Results
Click here to know results for SUBORDINATE ACCOUNTS SERVICE EXAMINATION PART-I(A) AND (B) (Test Codes: 131, 148 ) & PART-II(A),(B) AND (C) (Test Codes:  085,115 and 164)

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

APRJC CET 2013 APRDC CET 2013 RDC Notification

Notification for APRJC-CET-2013, APRDC CET 2013 for Admission into AP Residential Junior Colleges, and RDC-CET-2013 for admission into AP Residential Degree College (MEN) Nagarjuna Sagar And Silver Jubilee Govt.College (Men) (Autonomous) Kurnool.



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Last date for Submission : 17-04-2013 up to 5.00pm
Date of Entrance Exam : 15-05-2013 (Wednesday)
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Sunday, March 24, 2013

G.O.Ms.No.20 Dated 23.3.2013 7 New Govt Polytechnic Colleges

Technical Education – Starting of (7) Government Residential Polytechnics from the academic year 2013-14 – Administrative Sanction – Accorded – Orders – Issued



Higher Education (TE-I) Department, G.O.Ms..No. 20  Dated: 23 -3-2013.
Readthe following:
1.  From the CTE, AP, Hyderabad, Lr.No.B1/682/2010, Dt.18.4.2012
2.  From the CTE, AP, Hyderabad, Lr.No.B1/2710/2010, Dt.7.8.2012.
ORDER:
In the reference 1st read above, the Commissioner of Technical Education, A.P., Hyderabad has furnished the proposal for sanction of (4) new Government Polytechnic Colleges for Tribal's in Utnoor of Adilabad Dist, Medaram of Warangal District, Rampachodavaram of East Godavari District and Gummalaxmipuram of Vizianagaram District to start with (2) Diploma Courses namely DME and DEEE with an intake of (60) in each course from the academic year 2013-14, which have market demand with an estimated estimated cost of Rs.654.00 lakhs each.
2. In the reference 2nd read above, the Commissioner of Technical Education, AP, Hyderabad has furnished the proposal for sanction of new Government Polytechnic College at Seetampeta of Srikakulam District to start with (2) Diploma Courses namely Diploma in Mechanical Engineering and Diploma in Civil Engineering with an intake of (60) in each course which have market demand with an estimated cost of Rs. 589.11 lakhs.
3. Government after careful examination have accepted the proposal of the Commissioner of Technical Education and hereby accord Administrative Sanction to start the following (7) Government Residential Polytechnics from the Academic year 2013-14 subject to obtaining approval of AICTE, New Delhi:

4. Separate Government orders will be issued regarding sanction of posts for the Polytechnic.
5. The Commissioner of Technical Education, AP, Hyderabad shall take necessary action for sending necessary proposals for sanction of posts.

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Rc.No.113, Dated 19.03.2013 Rationalization Guidelines

Rc.No.113, Dated 19.03.2013, School Education Proving teachers to all Schools Instructions issued

Commissioner and Director of School Education informed that as per U-Dise 2012-2013 there are many number of schools where there is no enrollment and many number of schools with out teachers. So, the C&D, requested to start exercise for positioning the required SGTs as per the RTE Norms and taking rationalization after 10th Class Spot in order to position the required number of SGTs.
The Teachers who are recruited through DSC 2012 are may be reported or redeployed  to the 0 teachers schools and needy schools as per RTE Instructions.
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Wednesday, March 20, 2013

10th Class SSC March 2013 Teachers Invigilation Status Check

SSC 10th Class March 2013 Teachers Invigilation Status Check

Srikakulam District

Head Masters Log in
Teachers Log in

Special Instructions to Invigilators Department Officers and Chief Superintendent Download

G.O.Ms.No.58, 320 Hostel Welfare Officers in Social Welfare Department

G.O.Ms.No.58, Dated:19-03-2013 Sanction of 320 Hostel Welfare Officers in Social Welfare Department.
Govt of AP, G.O.Ms.No.58, Dated:19.03.2013 Sanction of 320 Hostel Welfare Officers in Social Welfare Department.

GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH, ABSTRACT
SOCIAL WELFARE DEPARTMENT – Creation of three hundred and twenty (320) posts of Hostel Welfare Officers (Grade-II) – Orders – Issued.
Read the following:-
FINANCE (SMPC-I) DEPARTMENT, G.O.Ms.No.58, Dated:19-03-2013.
1.  G.O.Ms.No.89, Social Welfare (Q2) Department, dated09-08-1996.
2.  G.O.Ms.No.54, Social Welfare (Edn.2) Department, dated 31-05-1999.
3.  G.O.Ms.No.11, Social Welfare (Edn.1) Department, dated 28-01-2005.
4.  G.O.Ms.No.72, Social Welfare (Edn.1) Department, dated 22-09-2006.
5.  G.O.Ms.No.199, Social Welfare (Edn.1) Department, dated 11-11-2008.
6.  G.O.Ms.No.48, Social Welfare (Edn.1) Department, dated 22-05-2009.
7.  Govt. Memo No.9050/SW.Edn.1/2011-1, dated 18-07-2011.
8.  Letters Rc.No.C (1)/6716/2009, dated 11-08-2011 & 23-12-2011 from the
Commissioner of Social Welfare, AP, Hyderabad.
9.  Social Welfare (Edn.1) Dept., U.O.No. 9050/SW.Edn.1/2011, dt. 11.2.2013
ORDER:
In the references first to sixth read above five hundred forty three (543) College Hostels have been sanctioned without supporting staff. Out of (543) College Hostels sanctioned by the Government, only two hundred (200) Hostel Welfare Officer (Female) Posts have been sanctioned for College Girls Hostels vide reference sixth read above. Further, in respect of twenty-three (23) College Hostels sanctioned vide reference first read above, the services of redeployed surplus staff available in the District under control of
respective Deputy Director (Social Welfare) have been utilized in terms of orders issued vide reference first read above.
2.  In the reference eighth read above, the Commissioner of Social Welfare, AP, Hyderabad has furnished the proposal for sanction of three hundred twenty (320) Hostel Welfare Officer posts in Social Welfare Department  College Hostels to efficiently manage and closely monitor the activities of the hostel on a day to day basis.
3.After careful examination of the proposal Government hereby accord sanction for creation of three hundred twenty (320) posts of Hostel Welfare Officers (Grade-II) temporarily in Social Welfare Hostels.
4.The expenditure shall be met from the following Head of Account.
2225-Welfare of SCs, STs & OBCs
01-Welfare of SCs
MH 277 – Education
SH (97) – Government Hostels
010- Salaries (Non-Plan)
5.The Social Welfare Department is requested to obtain concurrence of the Finance Department before initiating measures to fill up the posts sanctioned in this orders, wherever service rules require direct recruitment.
6.The Social Welfare (Edn.1) Department shall take further necessary action in the matter

Tuesday, March 19, 2013

G.O.Ms.No.110, Dated:18.03.2013 AP Civil Services Amendments

GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH, ABSTRACT
Andhra Pradesh Civil Services (Classification, Control and Appeal) Rules, 1991 – Amendments to sub-rules (4), (5(a)), (5(b)) and (5(c)) of rule 20 – Orders – Issued.
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION (SERVICES-C) DEPARTMENT, G.O.Ms.No.110, Dated:18.03.2013.



ORDER:
The following notification will be published in the Andhra Pradesh Gazette:-
NOTIFICATION
In exercise of the powers conferred by the proviso to Article 309 of the Constitution of India and of all other powers hereunto enabling the Governor of Andhra Pradesh, hereby makes the following amendments to the Andhra Pradesh Civil Services (Classification, Control and Appeal) Rules, 1991, issued in G.O.Ms.No.487, General Administration (Ser.C) Department, dated the 14th September, 1992 and published in Part-I No.235, Extraordinary Issue of the Andhra Pradesh Gazette, dated the 1st July, 1992, as subsequently amended from time to time.
AMENDMENTS
In rule 20 of the said rules,
(1) for sub-rule (4), the following shall be substituted, namely:-
“(4) The disciplinary authority shall deliver or cause to be delivered to the Government servant a copy of the article of charge, the statement of imputations of misconduct or misbehavior and a list of documents and witnesses by which each article of charge is proposed to be sustained and copies of the said documents and statements of the said witnesses and shall require the Government servant to submit within such time
not exceeding 10 working days, a written statement of his defense and to state whether he desires to be heard in person. If the charged officer desires to be heard in person, personal appearance may be allowed before the disciplinary authority on such day and at such time not exceeding ten working days.”
(2) in sub-rule (5), for clauses (a), (b) and (c), the following clauses shall be substituted, namely:-
“5 (a) (i) On receipt of the written statement of defense, the disciplinary authority may itself inquire into such of the articles of charge as are not admitted, or, if it considers it necessary to do so, appoint under Sub Rule (2) an Inquiring Authority for the purpose, and where all the articles of charge have been admitted by the Government servant in his written statement of defense, the disciplinary authority shall record its findings on each charge after taking such evidence as it may think fit and shall act in the manner laid down in Rule 21.
(ii) On the date fixed for appearance, the Government servant who desired to be heard in person shall submit the written statement of his defense. He shall be questioned whether he pleads guilty to the charges or not and if he pleads guilty to all or any of the article of charges, the disciplinary authority shall record findings of guilty in respect of those articles of charge to which the Government servant pleads guilty and obtain the signature of Government servant thereon. Where Government servant admits all the articles of charge, the disciplinary authority shall record its findings on each articles of charge after taking such evidence as it may think fit and shall act in the manner laid down in Rule 21. When Government servant pleads not guilty to all or any of the article of charges or refuses or omits to plead, the disciplinary authority shall record the plea and obtain the signature of the Government servant thereon and may decide to hold the inquiry itself or if it
considers it necessary to do so, appoint under Sub Rule (2) an Inquiry Authority for the purpose
(b) If no written statement of defense is submitted by the Government servant, the disciplinary authority may itself inquire into articles of charge or may, if it considers it necessary to do so, appoint, under Sub Rule (2) an Inquiring Authority for the purpose.
(c) Where the disciplinary authority itself inquires into any article of charge or appoints a serving or retired Government servant as Inquiring Authority for holding the inquiry into such charge, he shall also by an order appoint serving or retired Government servant or Legal Practitioner or a legally trained Government servant as Presenting Officer to present the case in support of the articles of charge; Provided that no Government servant dealing in his official capacity with the case of inquiry relating to the person charged or any officer to whom an appeal may be preferred shall be permitted by the inquiring authority to appear on behalf of the
person charged before the inquiring authority; Provided further that the Government servant may take the assistance of any other Government servant posted at any other station, if the inquiring authority having regard to the circumstances of the case and for reasons to be recorded in writing, so permits.
Note (1): The Government servant shall not take the assistance of any other Government servant, who already has two disciplinary cases on hand in which he has to give assistance.
Note (2): The Government servant may also take the assistance of a retired Government servant to present the case on his behalf, subject to such conditions as may be specified by the Government from time to time by general or special order in this behalf.”
2. A copy of this order is available on internet and can be accessed at the address “http://www.goir.ap.gov.in”.

Friday, March 15, 2013

CTET 2013 Notification Online Application

CTET 2013 (Central Teacher Eligibility Test) Notification has been released. Candidates can apply for CTET-JULY  2013  ‘ON-LINE’ through CBSE website www.cbse.nic.in or www.ctet.nic.in w.e.f. 15.03.2013 to 16.04.2013.


The candidate should supply all details while filling the Online Form.  After successful submission of data,  Candidates are required to take a print  out of the computer generated Confirmation Page with Registration Number. The Confirmation page is sent to CBSE.
Fees:
General/OBC for Only Paper – I or  II, Rs500, Both Paper Rs800
SC/ST/Diff. Abled Person for Only Paper – I or  II, Rs250, Both Paper Rs400
Date of Examination: 28.07.2013
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Thursday, March 14, 2013

SSA Delhi Cluster Resource Teachers Recruitment 2013

SSA Delhi Cluster Resource Teachers Recruitment 2013



Engagement of 52 Resource Teachers on Contract Basis in Inclusive Education under SSA, Delhi.
Applications are invited for engagement of 52 Resource Teachers (Special Education Teachers) in Inclusive Education purely on contractual basis under SSA. The number of Resource Teachers proposed to be engaged under different categories of Children with Disabilities is as follows:
Visually Impaired=22
Hearing Impaired=14
Mentally Retarded=16
Total=52
Age as on 31.01.2013 :-
1.30 years for general candidates.
2.Relaxation of 5 years in case if SC/ST candidates.
3.Relaxation of 3 years in case of OBC candidates.
4.Relaxation for PH candidates 10 years (General) 15 Years in the case SC/ST(PH) and 13 years in the case of OBC(PH).
Tenure:-The contract will remain valid for period of one year and may be renewed on case to case basis.
Consolidated Remuneration:-15000/- per month
Mode of Selection:-
The Candidates possessing the requisite qualification may submit their applications online in the prescribed format and online category wise merit list will be prepared for the three categories

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District wise SSC Spot Valuation Lists 2013

Latest:- District wise SSC 2014 Spot Valuation Seniority List
District wise SSC Spot Valuation Lists 2013. 10th Class Spot Valuation Lists of AE (Assistant Examiner), CE (Chief Examiner) 2013
District wise SSC Spot Valuation Lists 2013. SSC (10th Class) Spot Valuation Lists of AE (Assistant Examiner), CE (Chief Examiner) 2013 of all Subjects Telugu, English, Hindi, Sanskrit, Maths, Physics, Biology, Social Studies and all 23 Districts. Teachers can download the Subject wise Spot Seniority lists 2013 from the following district wise download links. SSC Spot Valuation 2013 Camp will be started on 12th April 2013 in all centers across Andhra Pradesh. It will likely be completed by the end of 25th April 2013. SSC 2013 Results may come out by 20.05.2013
Adilabad District SSC Spot Valuation Seniority Lists of AE/CE Download
Ananthpuram District SSC Spot Valuation Seniority Lists of AE/CE
Chittoor District SSC Spot Valuation Seniority Lists of AE/CE Download
East Godavari District SSC Spot Valuation Seniority Lists of AE/CE Download
Guntur District SSC Spot Valuation Seniority Lists of AE/CE Download
Kadapa District SSC Spot Valuation Seniority Lists of AE/CE Download
Kareem Nagar District SSC Spot Valuation Seniority Lists of AE/CE Download
Khammam District SSC Spot Valuation Seniority Lists of AE/CE Download
Krishna District SSC Spot Valuation Seniority Lists of AE/CE Download
Kurnool District SSC Spot Valuation Seniority Lists of AE/CE Download
Mahaboob Nagar SSC Spot Valuation Seniority Lists of AE/CE Download
Medak District SSC Spot Valuation Seniority Lists of AE Download
English Medium Telugu Medium Urdu Medium
Nalgonda District SSC Spot Valuation Seniority Lists of AE/CE Download
Nellore District SSC Spot Valuation Seniority Lists of AE/CE
CE-AE List - HM's AE-CE List
Nizamabad District SSC Spot Valuation Seniority Lists of AE/CE Download
Telugu Hindi English Maths Physics Biology Social Studies
Prakasam District SSC Spot Valuation Seniority Lists of AE/CE Download
Srikakulam District SSC Spot Valuation Seniority Lists of AE/CE Download
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Visakhapatnam District SSC Spot Valuation Seniority Lists of AE/CE Download
Vizianagaram District SSC Spot Valuation Seniority Lists of AE/CE Download
Telugu Hindi Sanskrit English Maths Physics Biology Social Others
Warangal District SSC Spot Valuation Seniority Lists of AE/CE
TElugu English Hindi Maths PS Biology Social PG HMs
West Godavari District SSC Spot Valuation Seniority Lists of AE/CE Download
Telugu - English - Hindi - Sanskrit - Maths - PS - Biology - SS - SS&English

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Download SSC 2013 (10th Class) Hall Tickets

Download SSC Hall Tickets for Regular, Private and Vocational Group

10th Class (SSC) Public Examinations will be starting from 22nd March 2013 in Andhra Pradesh for 2013. Candidates can download their SSC, 10th Class Hall Tickets from the official AP State Govt, Board of Secondary Education website http://bseap.org/

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DSE Haryana Learning Vocational Teacher Recruitment

Applications are  invited under National Vocational Educational Qualification Framework  (NVEQF) Project for the posts of Applied Learning/Vocational Teachers for IT (Hardware and Networking), IT/ITeS, Automobile, Security and Retail. These posts are required on contract basis for a period of 10 months on a consolidated remuneration of Rs 25,000/ per month.



IT (Hardware and Networking): (26 posts)
IT/ITeS: (10 posts)
Automobile: (5 posts)
Security: (5 posts)
Retail: (5 posts)
Age: 18 - 40 years as on 26.03.2013. Age relaxation will be as per the instructions of Haryana Government.
The last date of submission of application  is  26.03.2013  (Up to 5.00 PM)  at NVEQF Cell, 6th Floor, Directorate of Secondary Education, Haryana, Shiksha Sadan, Sector 5, Panchkula
For further details and Application forms visit official website http://www.schooleducationharyana.gov.in

G.O.Ms.No.18 Dated:13.03.2013 Notional Increments to Aided Teachers

G.O Ms.No.18 Notional Increments to Aided Teachers for the Apprenticeship Period.



School Education – Aided – Extension of benefit of G.O.Ms.No.2 Edn.(Ser.III), dt.05.01.2009 to the Aided teachers in the State - Sanction of two notional increments to the apprenticeship period – Orders – Issued.

EDUCATION [SE-PS.1] DEPARTMENT, G.O.Ms. No.18,  Dated:13.03.2013.
Read the following:
1. GOMs.No.2 Edn.(SE-Ser.III), dt.05.01.2009
2. Govt.Memo.No.641/SE-Ser.I.2/2009 Edn., dt.11.11.2009
3. Govt.Memo. No.8863/Ser.I/2010, Edn.((SE-Ser.I), dt.01.07.2010.
4. From the C&DSE, Lr.Rc.No.2974/D1-2/10, dt.04.09.2010.
5. From the C&DSE, Lr.Rc.No.2974/B4-2/10, dt.04.01.2012.
O R D E R :
In the G.O.1st read above, orders were issued in respect of teachers working in Government / ZPP / MPP Schools, that the period of apprenticeship of two years of the teachers be counted for the purpose of sanction of notional increments and to sanction two (2) notional increments w.e.f.01.04.2009 and certain clarificatory orders were issued vide references 2nd & 3rd read above.
2. Representations have been received from various corners, stating that the facility has already been extended to Municipal teachers, vide GOMs.No.348 MA&UD, dt.06.09.2012 and Tribal teachers, vide GOMs.No.26, SW(TW.Ser.III) dt.22.08.2012 ; and therefore requested to extend this facility to the Aided teachers also.
3. After careful examination of the matter, Government hereby extend the benefit of G.O.1st read above to the Aided teachers in the State.
4. The Commissioner & Director of School Education, Hyderabad, shall take necessary action accordingly in the matter.
5. This order issues with the concurrence of Finance (ESE) Department vide their U.O. No.279/143/ESE/13, dated 01.03.2013.

APPSC Group 4 iv District Wise Results Merit Rank Lists

APPSC Group 4 Group iv District Wise Results Merit Rank Lists



APPSC Has released Group 4 Group iv Rank Lists of all Districts in Andhra Pradesh. APPSC Group 4 Exam was conducted in the month of August 2012 for the Notification Number 38/2011

Adilabad District Group 4 Results Merit Lists
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Anantapur District Group 4 Results Merit Lists
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Chittoor District Group 4 Results Merit Lists
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East Godavari District Group 4 Results Merit Lists
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Guntur District Group 4 Results Merit Lists
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Hyderabad District Group 4 Results Merit Lists
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Kadapa District Group 4 Results Merit Lists
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Karimnagar District Group 4 Results Merit Lists
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Khammam District Group 4 Results Merit Lists
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Krishna District Group 4 Results Merit Lists
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Kurnool District Group 4 Results Merit Lists
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Medak District Group 4 Results Merit Lists
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MahabubNagar District Group 4 Results Merit Lists
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Nalgonda District Group 4 Results Merit Lists
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Nellore District Group 4 Results Merit Lists
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Nizamabad District Group 4 Results Merit Lists
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Prakasam District Group 4 Results Merit Lists
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Rangareddy District Group 4 Results Merit Lists
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Srikakulam District Group 4 Results Merit Lists
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Visakhapatnam District Group 4 Results Merit Lists
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Vizianagaram District Group 4 Results Merit Lists
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Warangal District Group 4 Results Merit Lists
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West Godavari District Group 4 Results Merit Lists
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Tuesday, March 12, 2013

G.O.Rt.No.358, Dated 11.03.2013 1 year Long Leave to D.Ed Students

School Education Dept. - DIETs - Re-admission of students to continue 1st / 2nd year D.Ed / D.El.Ed Course in the State – Delegation of powers to Commissioner & Director of School Education, A.P. Hyderabad - Orders – Issued.



G.O.Rt.No. 358, Dated 11.03.2013
1.G.O.Rt.No.559, Edu (SE.Trg) Deptt, Dated :22-8-2007
2.Govt.Memo.No.20659/PE-Prog.II/A1/2012-1,dt.28-9-2012 and 16-11-2012.
3. From the C&DSE, A.P.Hyd ,Lr.Rc.No.360/N1-3/D.Ed/ 2012, Dated:24-1-2013

DIET, the most significant educational intervention in the country was established based on the recommendations of National Education Policy 1986. The sole purpose of DIET is to conduct different kinds of training programmes targeting the Elementary School Teachers among others, to improve the quality
of basic education and create a desirable environment within the district in regard to enroll more and more children of school going age and pave the way for retention of those who are admitted in the school and to ensure the high literacy percentage of male and female as whole. The Elementary Teacher Education Programme shall be of duration of two academic years.

3. In the reference 1st read above, orders were issued framing the rules relating to admission of D.Ed trainees into Elementary Teacher Training Institutes/District Institutes of Education and Training (DIET) through Common Entrance Test and subsequently certain amendments also issued.

4. In the reference 3rd read above, the Commissioner & Director of School Education, A.P. Hyderabad has submitted proposals for re-admission of certain D.Ed trainees who have dis-continued due to ill health or some private reasons and requested the Government for permission to readmission into D.Ed 1st / 2nd year courses.

5. The matter has been examined and it is observed that from the last 5 years several readmission proposals were received for readmission into D.ED courses who have discontinued due to various reasons and after considering the proposals necessary permission orders were issued by the Government to the Commissioner & Director of School Education, A.P. Hyderabad but no specific rules / guidelines were framed in this issue

6. Government after considering the issue in length in view of the welfare of D.Ed trainees, have decided to delegate powers to the Commissioner & Director of School Education, A.P. Hyderabad for grant of leave upto a maximum of one academic year in special circumstances as to deserving cases. The Commissioner
and Director of School Education, A.P. Hyderabad is requested to develop detailed guidelines in this matter and send to Government for approval.

7. The Commissioner and Director of School Education, A.P. Hyderabad, is requested to take necessary action accordingly.

Thursday, March 7, 2013

G.O.Ms.No.101 Dated: 6.03.2013 Last Grade Service Rules-Seniority

Public Services – The Andhra Pradesh Last Grade Service Rules, 1992 – Amendments – Orders – Issued
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION (SER.B) DEPARTMENT, G.O.Ms.No.101 Dated: 6.03.2013

N O T I F I C A T I O N
In exercise of the powers conferred by the proviso to Article 309 of the Constitution of India, the Governor of Andhra Pradesh hereby makes the following amendments to the Andhra Pradesh Last Grade Service Rules, 1992 issued in G.O.Ms.No.565, General Administration (Ser.B) Department, dated:24th October,
1992 as subsequently amended from time to time.
A M E N D M E N T S
In rule 12 of the said rules :-
(1) In sub-rule (a) the words “and seniority” shall be omitted.
(2) After sub-rule (a), the following sub-rule shall be inserted namely,-
“(aa) the seniority of a member of the service who is transferred on administrative grounds from one Department or Office or unit of appointment to another Department or Office or unit of appointment shall be fixed in the latter Department or Office or unit with reference to the date of his first appointment in the former department or office or unit; and the seniority of a member of the service who is transferred at his own request from one department or office or unit of appointment to another department or office or unit of appointment shall be fixed in the latter department or office or unit with reference to the date of his first appointment in the latter department or office or unit”.

Wednesday, March 6, 2013

G.O.Ms.No.30 Dated: 04.03.2013

Public Services – Equivalence of Degree – M.Com. (Financial Management), M.Com. (Bank Management), M.Com. (Computer Application), B.Com.(Applied), B.Com. (Bank Management), and B.Com. (Computer
Application) awarded by Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirappalli as equivalent to M.Com. and B.Com. degrees respectively – Recommendation of Equivalence Committee –Orders – issued.

HIGHER EDUCATION (K2) DEPARTMENT, G.O.(Ms.) No.30 Dated: 04.03.2013
In the reference fifth read above, the Secretary, Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission has forwarded the following resolution passed by the 38th Equivalence Committee meeting held on 04.01.2013 for the purpose of appointments in Public Service in which the Resolution No.8, the Equivalence Committee has resolved to recommend as follows
1 M.Com., (Financial Management) M.Com.,
2 M.Com., (Bank Management) M.Com.,
As equivalent to M.Com
M.Com.,(Computer Application) M.Com.,
4 B.Com., (Applied) B.Com.,
5 B.Com (Bank Management) B.Com.,
6 B.Com (Computer Application) B.Com.,
As equivalent to B.Com
The Government after careful consideration have decided to accept the above recommendation of the Equivalence Committee and accordingly direct that the M.Com. (Financial Management), M.Com. (Bank Management), M.Com. (Computer Application), B.Com.(Applied), B.Com. (Bank Management), B.Com. (Computer Application) awarded by Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirappalli be considered as equivalent to M.Com. and B.Com. degrees respectively for the purpose of employment in Public Services.

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G.O.Ms.No.29 Dated: 04.03.2013

Public Services – Equivalence of Degree – B.Com and M.Com., multi branch degree courses awarded by Bharathiar University as equivalent to B.Com., and M.Com., degrees respectively and certain M.Com., multi branch degree course not equivalent to M.Com degrees – Recommendation of Equivalence
Committee –Orders – issued

HIGHER EDUCATION (K2) DEPARTMENT, G.O.(Ms.) No.29 Dated: 04.03.2013
In the reference fifth read above, the Secretary, Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission has forwarded the following resolution passed by the 38th Equivalence Committee meeting held on 04.01.2013 for the purpose of appointments in Public Service in which the Resolution No.9 the Equivalence Committee has resolved to recommend as follows:
B.Com., with Computer Application
B.Com. (e-commerce),
B.Com. (Information Technology)
B.Com. (Retail Marketing)
B.Com. (Banking and Insurance)
B.Com. (Professional Accounting)
as Equivalent to B.Com. 
M.Com. with Computer
Applications,
M.Com. (Information Technology)
M.Com. (Finance and Cost
Accounting)
M.Com. (Finance and Control)
as Equivalent to M.Com.
M.I.B.(Master of International
Business)
M.Sc. (Finance and Computer
Application)
as NOT Equivalent to M.Com
The Government after careful consideration have decided to accept the above recommendation of the Equivalence Committee and accordingly direct that B.Com. with Computer Application, B.Com. (e-commerce), B.Com. (Information Technology), B.Com. (Retail Marketing), B.Com. (Banking and
Insurance), B.Com. (Professional Accounting), M.Com. with (Computer Applications), M.Com. (Information Technology), M.Com. (Finance and Cost Accounting), M.Com. (Finance and Control) awarded by the Bharathiar University be considered as equivalent to B.Com and M.Com degrees
respectively and M.I.B(Master of International Business) and M.Sc. (Finance and Computer Application) is not equivalent to M.Com degrees for the purpose of employment in Public Services
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Rajiv Vidya Deewena Pre-Matric Scholarship Online Application Form

Rajiv Vidya Deewena Pre-Matric Scholarship Online Application Form (2012-13)for SC Day Scholar Students.
AP State Govt has introduced Rajiv Vidya Deewena Scholarships for SC/ST students. Rajiv Vidya Deewena Pre-Metric Scholarships are for SC students studying 9th and 10th in Govt, Residential, Govt. Aided, and KGBV Schools.

Students have to apply for this Scholarships online at the official website http://epassprematric.cgg.gov.in

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Tuesday, March 5, 2013

G.O.Ms.No.99, Dated: 04.03.2013 PH Roster Amendment

G.O.Ms.No.99, Dated: 04.03.2013
The Andhra Pradesh State and Subordinate Service Rules, 1996 – Amendment to rule 22 relating to Persons with Disabilities – Orders – Issued.
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION (SERVICES-D) DEPARTMENT, G.O.Ms.No. 99 .Dated:4-3-2013.
Read the following:

1. G.O.Ms.No.436, General Administration (Services-D) Department, Dated:15.10.1996.
2. G.O.Ms.No.252, General Administration (Services-D) Department, Dated:28.08.2004.
3. G.O.Ms.No.23, Department for Women, Child, Disabled and Senior Citizens, Dated:26.5.2011.
4 From Secretary, Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission, Letter No.335/RR/2013, dt.20-2-2013.
O R D E R:
The following notification will be published in the Andhra Pradesh Gazette.
NOTIFICATION
In exercise of the powers conferred by the proviso to Article 309 of the Constitution of India and all other powers hereunto enabling, the Governor of Andhra Pradesh, hereby makes the following amendments to the Andhra Pradesh State and Subordinate Service Rules, 1996, issued in G.O.Ms.No.436, General Administration (Services-D) Department, dated the 15th October, 1996 as subsequently amended
from time to time.
2. The amendments hereby made shall be deemed to have come into force with effect on and from 28.8.2004. However, this amendment shall not have the effect of nullifying a benefit which has been granted or availed of under the Old Rule.
AMENDMENTS
In rule-22 of the said rules, in sub-rule (2) in clause (e),-- (1) for the existing order of rotation points 6th,
31st and 56th, the following shall be substituted, namely,-
“6. Blindness or Low Vision (women)
31. Hearing Impaired (Open)
56. Locomotor Disability or Cerebral Palsy (Open)”
(2) in the proviso, for item (ii), the following shall be substituted namely,
“(ii) In the Second cycle of 100 roster points, the following points shall be reserved as follows:-
“106. Blindness or Low Vision (Open)
131. Hearing Impaired (Women)
156. Locomotor Disability or Cerebral Palsy (Open)”
In the third cycle of 100 roster points, the following points shall be reserved as follows:-
“206. Blindness or Low Vision (Open)
231. Hearing Impaired (Open)
256. Locomotor Disability or Cerebral Palsy (Women)”
The 6th, 31st and 56th turns in each cycle of hundred (100) vacancies shall be allotted to the Blindness or Low Vision (Visually Handicapped), Hearing Impaired (Hearing Handicapped) and Locomotor Disability or Cerebral Palsy (Orthopaedically Handicapped) persons respectively as stated above and where qualified and suitable candidates are not available from among them, the turn allotted for them in the unit referred to above shall be carried forward to the succeeding recruitment year for being filled from the same category. If, in that year also, qualified candidates of the same category are not available, the same shall be notified for being filled up by interchanging from among the three categories. Only when there is no person with disability of any of the 3 categories available for the post, the vacancy shall be filled up by the employer by appointment of a person, other than a person with disability. Provided that if qualified women candidates are not available for the posts reserved for women, qualified men candidates of the same category of disabled may be appointed.”
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G.O No.433 March 8 Woman's Day Special Casual Leave CL

G.O.Ms.No.433 Dated:04­.08­.2010, March 8, International Woman's/Women's Day, Special Casual Leave To Woman/Women Teachers

Government of Andhra Pradesh Abstract.
Services Welfare – AP Secretariat Women Employees Welfare Association – Declaration of Special Casual Leave on March 8th as it is being celebrated “International Women’s Day” to all the Women Employees in the State – Orders Issued.
General Administration (S.W.II) Department, G.O.Ms.No.433 Dated: 04.­08­.2010
Representation date. 08.­03­.2010 of Smt. K.Dhanalakshmi, President, AP Secretariat Women Employees Welfare Association received through Prl.Secy. to Hon’ble CM vide No.2408/CMP/2010, Date.10­.03­.2010.
ORDER:
The President, AP Secretariat Women Employees Welfare Association in her representation read above has requested the Government to Declare Special Casual Leave on March 8th as it is being celebrated as “International Women’s Day” to all the Women Employees.
2. The Government, after careful examination of the matter, hereby declare Special Casual Leave on March 8th as it is being celebrated as “International Women’s Day” to all the Women Employees in the State.
3.This order issues with the concurrence of the Finance(FR.I) Department vide their U.O. No.15624/337/FR.I/10, Dt.24­.06.2010.

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Friday, March 1, 2013

Rc.No.101, SSC Exams 2013 Training Manual Instructions

S.S.C. Public Examinations March, 2013, Training Manual Cum Instructions to Chief Superintendent, Departmental Officer, Additional Departmental Officer, Invigilators.
Rc.No.101/B-1/2012, Dated: 18-12-2012.
Sir /Madam,
Sub:- SSC, OSSC and SSC Vocational course Public Examinations, March, 2013-Conduct of Examinations – certain instructions – Issued – Regarding.
Ref:- Govt. Memo No. 13035/Prog.I/A1/2009,dt:18-08-2009, Sec.Edn (Prog.I)) Dept.

The SSC, OSSC and SSC Vocational course Public Examinations, March, 2013 will be conducted from 22-03-2013 to 09-04-2013. The timings of the examinations are from 09-30 A.M.to 12-00 Noon.
In this connection, I am to inform you that the "Bar Coding system" is being continued for this year also in all the papers of SSC, OSSC Vocational Examinations. In this regard Comprehensive Instructions/guidelines highlighting the roles of the Chief Superintendents, the Departmental Officers and invigilators are prepared and enclosed to this letter. The instructions to the Chief Superintendents  / Invigilators are divided into Two parts.
1. Part-I deals with General Instructions for all above examinations.
2. Part-II deals with instructions to be followed under bar coding System for all subjects.
Further the instructions given to the Chief Superintendents  hold good for the Departmental Officers  as both of them have to see that the instructions are carried out  scrupulously  and conduct examinations smoothly and  peacefully. In addition to these instructions some special instructions are given to the Departmental Officers  to concentrate on certain important activities and  bestow their personal attention.
I therefore request you to follow the guidelines and instructions issued and ensure that the SSC Public Examinations March, 2013  are conducted successfully and peacefully in your center   I further inform you to preserve the above instructions as an office copy for further examinations also and for your guidance.

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G.O.Ms.No.95, Dated 28-02-2013 AP Govt 10th PRC Agarwal Commission

G.O.Ms.No.95, Dated: 28-02-2013, Appointment of Sri Pradeep Kumar Agarwal, IAS(Retd)as Pay Revision Commissioner - Orders - Issued.
U.O.No.9999/149/A2/PC.I/2013, Finance (PC.I) Department dated:28.02.2013.
1)The Pay Scales of the State Government employees  were revised with effect from 01.07.2008 with monetary benefit from 01.02.2010. Various employees Service Associations have been representing for constitution of another Pay Revision Commission for the State Government employees. Government has considered the representations and after careful consideration, has decided to constitute the 10th Pay Revision Commission for the State Government employees.

2)Accordingly, Government hereby appoint  Sri Pradeep Kumar Agarwal, IAS(Retd)as Pay Revision Commissioner in the rank equivalent to Chief Secretary. This appointment will be in addition to his responsibilities as Director General, National Academy of Construction.
3)The terms of reference of the Commission shall be as follows:
(i)  To evolve the principles which may govern the structure of emoluments and the conditions of service of variouscategories of employees of the State Government, Local Bodies andAided Institutions, Non-teaching staff of the Universities including Acharya N.G. Ranga Agricultural University, Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Work charged employees and full-time contingent employees, which have a financial bearing taking into account the total packet of benefits available to them and suggest changes therein which may be desirable and feasible;
The Commission however shall, not deal with the teaching staff in Government Colleges and Government Aided Private Colleges drawing UGC/AICTE and ICAR scales. The Commission shall also not deal with
the officers of A.P. State Higher Judicial Service and A.P. State Judicial Service who are drawing Pay Scales as recommended by the First National Judicial Pay Commission
ii)To examine as to what extent the existing DA may bemerged in pay and, to evolve consequent new set of pay scales merging DA therein and to suggest the mode of fixation of pay in the Revised Pay Scales.
iii) To study the Automatic Advancement Scheme as modified from time to time keeping in view the anomalies that have arisen during the implementation of the said scheme and also to examine whether the
said scheme should continue in its present form and to make the recommendations in this regard.

iv)  To examine the need for various Special Pays, Compensatory and various other Allowances and other perquisites in cash or kind now allowed and to make recommendations regarding their continuance or
otherwise and if continuance is recommended what modifications, if any are deemed, desirable with regard totheir rates, terms and other conditions which should govern them in future.
v) To examine and review the existing pension structure for pensioners, and make recommendations which may be desirable and feasible.
(vi)To examine the recommendations of the OMC constituted vide G.O.Ms.No.142, G.A. (Spl.A) Department, dated:07.03.2012.
vii)Review of the existing human resources of all departments in tune with the contemporary requirements including contract/outsourcing personnel.
viii)To give its recommendations on any other matter referred to it by the State Government during the tenure of its office
ix)In formulating its recommendations, the Commission  shall take into account the overall financial position of the State.
4.The Pay Revision Commission may lay down its own procedure for receiving representations, examining witnesses and calling for information. The Departments of Secretariat and Heads of Departments shall furnish all necessary information as and when required by the Pay Revision Commission and extend such co-operation and assistance as may be required by him.
5. The Pay Revision Commission will ordinarily function from Hyderabad, but may tour within or outside, the State, if necessary.
6. The Pay Revision Commissioner will submit his report to the Government within a period of one year from the date of assumption of charge.
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