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20 August, 2014

G.O.Ms.No.175, Dt:19.08.14 :: Ban Lifted on AP Employees Transfers (Including Teachers) upto 30th Sep. - Guidelines for Transfers 2014

G.O.Ms.No.175, Dt:19.08.14 :: PUBLIC SERVICES – Transfers of employees – Lifting of ban on transfers upto  30th September, 2014 –Instructions / guidelines -  Orders – Issued.

Read the following:-
1)  G.O.Ms.NO.119,Finance(DCM-III)Dept.,dt.17-5-2013.
2) Representation of A.P.N.G.O’s Association, dt.5-8-2014 received on 16-8-2014. 

O R D E R
In the reference 1st read above, orders were issued imposing the ban on transfers except in respect of certain cases referred therein.

2. The Government after careful consideration hereby relax the ban on transfers immediately, subject to the following conditions. 

i) The departments are free to transfer all executive functionaries. 
ii) Those Ministerial staff  who have  completed 3 years at a Station  be transferred. Station means place (City, Town, and Village) of actual working for the purpose of transfers and not office or institution.
iii) Secretariat staff are excluded from the above. 
iv) The transfers of Teachers be done by following the method of counselling.
v) The process of transfers shall be completed by 30th September. 
vi) Separate guidelines will be issued by the Medical &Health Department, Collegiate  Education Department and Intermediate Education Department in case of  transfer of specialist Doctors and Lecturers.
vii) The ban on transfers will come into force with effect from 1st October,2014.

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

Download G.O.Ms.No.175, Dt:19.08.14

17 August, 2014

SSC New Syllabus, Old pattern Question Papers by SCERT with Complete information

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16 August, 2014

Lr.No.141, Dt. 11-08-14 :: New School timings as per RTE ACT

Lr.No.141/BI/SCERT/2014, Dt. 11-08-14 :: School Education - RTE - New school timings - Certain Instructions issued to follow strictly to function schools As per new timings - Orders issued - Reg.

Ref:-
1)Lr.No.1/D1/C&T/SCERT/2013, Dt.16-04-2013 of the Director SCERT/AP, Hyd.
2) High Court directions regarding school timings during Sept.25th, 2013.

Order:
In the ref.cited the Director, SCERT has submitted school timings and details of the periods for Primary, Upper Primary and High Schools in terms of the
propositions of RTE Act . All the DEOs are hereby instructed to adapt the school timings and also academic calendar proposed by Director,SCERT. As per the
provisions of the RTE Act it shall be ensured that no school works beyond the school hours and teachers shall not be forced to conduct special classes beyond school hours. It shall also be ensured that private schools do not function more than working hours prescribed by the Director SCERT though the timings can vary
depending on the local situation . In case of any difficulty in maintaining the school timings prescribed for Government/Z.P.Schools, specific proposals can be submitted by the DEO for relaxing. In case of any specific reasons like non-availability of APSRTC buses or remotness of the area etc, such proposals can be separately examined.

Annexure :

Time Table suggested as per RTE
1. Primary: From 9.00 AM to 4.00 PM
2. Upper Primary: From 9.00 AM to 4.30 PM
    (Primary School children will leave by 4.00PM)
3. High Schools : From 9.00 AM to 4.30 PM

The Headmasters should follow the timetable given below.

1.  Primary Schools:

PRAYER : 9.00-9.15
I Period : 9.15-10.00
II Period : 10.00-10.40
INTERVAL : 10.40-10.50
III Period : 10.50-11.30
IV Period : 11.30-12.10
LUNCH : 12.10-1.10
V Period : 1.10-1.50
VI Period : 1.50-2.30
INTERVAL : 2.30-2.40
VII Period : 2.40-3.20
VIII Period : 3.20-4.00

2.  Upper Primary schools

PRAYER : 9.00-9.15
I Period : 9.15-10.00
II Period : 10.00-10.40
INTERVAL : 10.40-10.50
III Period : 10.50-11.30
IV Period : 11.30-12.10
LUNCH : 12.10-1.10
V Period : 1.10-1.50
VI Period : 1.50-2.30
INTERVAL : 2.30-2.40
VII Period : 2.40-3.20
VIII Period : 3.20-4.00
IX period : 4.00-4.30

3.  High Schools

PRAYER : 9.00-9.15
I Period : 9.15-10.00
II Period : 10.00-10.40
III Period : 10.40-11.20
INTERVAL : 11.20-11.30
IV Period : 11.30-12.10
V Period : 12.10-12.50
LUNCH : 12.50-1.40
VI Period : 1.40-2.20
VII Period : 2.20-3.00
INTERVAL : 3.00-3.10
VIII Period : 3.10-3.50
IX Period : 3.50-4.30

Download Lr.No.141/BI/SCERT/2014, Dt. 11-08-14

12 August, 2014

G.O.Rt.No.2834, Dt:10.08.14 :: Declaration of ANDHRA KESARI Late Sri TANGUTURI PRAKASAM PANTHULU Jayanthi on 23.08.2014 as State Function

G.O.Rt.No.2834, Dt:10.08.14 :: STATE FUNCTIONS -  Celebration of ANDHRA KESARI Late Sri TANGUTURI PRAKASAM PANTHULU Jayanthi on 23.08.2014 – Declaration as State Function – Orders – Issued.

O R D E R:
1. The Birthday Celebration of Andhra Kesari Late Sri Tanguturi Prakasam Panthulu falling on 23.08.2014 is hereby declared as “STATE FUNCTION”

2. Accordingly, all the Departments of Secretariat and the District Collectors are hereby directed to observe the Birth Anniversary of Andhra Kesari on 23.08.2014 on a very large scale across the State.

3. The expenditure shall be incurred by the various Departments of State Government from the budget provision of their respective Departments.

Download G.O.Rt.No.2834, Dt:10.08.14

10 August, 2014

Rc.No:660, Dt: 06.08.14 :: Guidelines for MRC Grant and School Complex Grant for the year 2014-15

Rc.No:660/SSA-AP/A9(C2)/2012, Dated: 06.08.2014 :: SSA, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad - Grants - Release of MRC Grant and School Complex Grant for the year 2014-15 - Guidelines communicated - Regarding

Order:
All the Project Officers of SSA in the state arc informed that, an amount of  Rs 80000/-
per MRC Grant & Meeting TA and Rs 22,000 for School Complex Grant & Meeting TA have been approved in Annual Work Plan & Budget for the year 2014-15.  The budget will be released shortly.

It is further informed that, the guidelines for utilization of MRC grant and other general guidelines are herewith communicated for taking necessary action. The guidelines for using school complex grant will be issued shorty.

In view of this all the Project Officers of SSA in the state are requested to take necessary action accordingly.

This has got the approval of the State Picject Director, SSA. Andhra Pradesh. Hyderabad.

  **// Guidelines on the utilization of Grants 2014 - 15 //**

The following guidelines are issued for utilization of grants released under Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan during 2014-15.

1.  MRC Grant & Meeting TA - Rs. 80,000/- per MRC per year
     Contingency Grant
* Rs. 750/- per month for internet : 9000
* Rs. 500/- per month for MEOs cell phone : 6000
* Rs. 4500/- per month for Attender /messenger/ Watchman : 13500
  (For 3 months) (Remaining months to be released
  From DPO management cost)
* Rs. 750/- per month for Electricity charges : 9000
* Stationery. Xerox, office expenses. postage : 6000
* Providing tea to the HMs during monthly meetings
  ( @ Rs.250/- per meeting x 9 meetings) : 3000
* Repairs of TV, DVD. Computers, Printers, ROTS, Furniture etc.. White washing of MRC building : 5000
* Providing Drinking water : 6500
* Maintenance of toilets : 6000
* FTA to MEOs (as per GO Ms.No.99, Dt:6.4.10)
  For 15 days tour in a month Rs.600/- for 10 months : 6000
  (MEO should submit the school visit reports
  and Tour Diaries)
* Travelling Allowance to the staff of MRC : 10000

Total : 80000

2. School Complex Grant
* Contingency Grant : 10000
* Meeting TA Grant (10 months X 500) : 5000
* TLM Grant : 7000

Total : 22000

3. General Guidelines to MRC Grant
* All types of grants shall be utilized as per the Implementation Plan.
* The SMC shall make resolutions to utilize all types of grants (except MRC) on the above mentioned items and the resolutions shall be recorded accordingly.
* Social audit shall be done by SMC on utilization of the grants.
* Stock and Issue Registers shall be maintained for the items procured and utilized.
* Expenditure and balance available shall be displayed on the notice board.
* Discussion on utilization of grants shall be conducted at bi-monthly SMC meetings.
* Cash book and vouchers shall be maintained for all the transactions.
* Headmasters are responsible for utilization of grants as per guidelines at school level. School Complex Headmaster & Joint Secretary at Complex level and MEO at MRC level.
* School Complex and MRC grants shall be drawn every month as per monthly requirements only.
* The DIET, DPO staff and MEO shall monitor the utilization of grants and record in the academic guidance register and furnish report to the DPO and SPO. Necessary action may be taken based on the observations made during their visits.
* The State Level Observers shall also visit sample schools, MRCs and School Complexes and observe the utilization of grants and recommend appropriate measures and action.

Download Rc.No:660/SSA-AP/A9(C2)/2012, Dated: 06.08.2014

Deactivation of Value Added Services (VAS) of any Network through 155223

Deactivation of Value Added Services (VAS) through 155223
A uniform toll free short code number “155223 ” has been assigned to deactivate the Value Added Services (VAS) in an easy, user friendly and transparent manner through SMS and IVRS.

Procedure to deactivate any VAS through SMS mode:
* Type “STOP” and send it to 155223 from your mobile phone.
(A blank SMS may also be sent to 155223)
* You will get a list of all VAS services activated on your mobile number.
* Now reply back with the option of the VAS you want to deactivate,
selected from the list of VAS activated on your phone.
* You will receive an SMS informing the receipt of your deactivation request (with the name of VAS) that the service will be deactivated within 4 hours.
(In case of incorrect response sent by you, an SMS will be sent to you informing the method once again)
* After actual deactivation of VAS, you will receive an SMS to confirm that the service (with the name of VAS) has been deactivated. 

Procedure to deactivate VAS through IVRS mode:
In each State, the IVRS is available with an option of minimum 2 languages – English and the dominant language of the state.
* On dialing 155223, you will be offered over a recorded announcement, the list of VAS activated on your mobile number.
e.g. “…welcome to XYZ Telecom Ltd….to Stop Caller Tunes Press 1, to Stop Cricket Alert press 2…… to repeat press 0…” (in case Caller Tune and Cricket Alert are active)
* You can select the VAS to be deactivated, by pressing the appropriate key for the VAS to be deactivated.
e.g. “to deactivate Cricket Alert, you shall press 2.”
* You will receive an SMS informing that the request to deactivate the VAS has been received; it will be deactivated within 4 hours. 
* After deactivation of the VAS, another SMS confirming the deactivation of VAS will be sent to you. In case of wrong key pressed or no key pressed for 10 seconds:
* You will be informed that the key pressed is wrong and the list of activated VAS will be repeated once again.
* If you are not able to press correct key again, you will be transferred to a call center agent.

Note: Subscribers, who wish to deactivate any of the VAS on 155223, will not be diverted to any other helpline for deactivation of VAS.

Download 155223 pdf

APSSA UP level teacher training schedule REVISED

Revised UP level teacher training
schedule

09 August, 2014

Rc.No.602, Dt:5.7.14 :: Orientation Programme on 12-08-2014 on U-DISE data capture Format at mandal level through EDUSAT

Rc.No.602/SSA-AP/A9/2014,  Dt: 05 -07-2014 :: : APRVM (SSA), Hyderabad - Orientation Programme on U-DISE Data Capture Format through EDUSAT on 12th September 2014 - certain instructions - issued.

Ref:
1. Lr No. NUEPA(TP-Edusat) 2014-15 Dated; 2nd June 2014, Received from Dr.Arun C. Mehtha, Professor, NUEP A, New Delhi.

Order:
The attention of the Project Officers of Sarva Shisha Abhiyan , Andhra Pradesh are informed that, the NUEPA is organizing an orientation programme on U-DISE Data Capture Format ( in English) through EDUSAT on 12th September 2014 from 10.00 AM to 01.15 PM with a short break 11.15 am to 11.30 am. The prospective participants to the said programme are MEOs, MRPs, School complex HMs, District & State MIS in-charges and all school Head Masters. The programme may be telecasted through DTH facility, Gyan Darshan II, IGNOU receiving centers and through webcasting link: http//www.ignouonline.ac.in/broadcast.Further, the participants having internet broadband facilities can also view the teleconference programme through the IGNOU website i.e, ignou.ac.in. The telephone numbers for this session is 011-29532844, 29532845, toll free no: 1800-112-345, SMS 91-9013454170 and fax: 011-29536134. The participants may be requested to do prior arrangements so as to ensure their participation.

Hence, all the Project Officers of RVM (SSA) in the state are requested to take the following steps to run the programme successfully. The Planning Coordinators/AMOs may be entrusted to monitor the entire programme at district level.
1. Identification of receiving centers at every mandaIpoint and at District Head Quarters.
2. Sendingthe information to the field level.
3. Providing facilities at receiving centers.
4. Nominating one in- charge ie, One MEO/MRP/Strong Teacher per each center.
5. Providing required telephone facility for interactive session.
6. Release of amount to MEOs as per teacher training norms.
7. Keeping in view of the number of participants it is requested to arrange large LCD to watch programme Live on Gyandarshan-II.

Hence, they are requested to furnish the information on the above points to the State Project Director on or before 07th September 2014 withoutfail. Further, they are requested to release the required budget to the MandaI Educational Officers well in time as per the teachertraining norms and submit a detailed report about the conduct of the programme ( i.e., documentation,photos, attendance etc) to the SPO without fail.
If any further details they may contact SrLV.NageswaraRao, Planning Coordinator, through phone or mail since he is the nodal officer for this programme.
Phone No: 9949993220
Mail ID: vempati nag@yahoo.co.uk

For Further details please contact:
9949098513 and 8008554531

Download Rc.No.602/SSA-AP/A9/2014, Dt:5.7.14

RMSA ANNUAL GRANTS & PHASE III CIVIL WORKS 2014-15 OF AP

AP LIST OF SCHOOLS RELEASES ANNUAL GRANTS AMONG 3 DISTRICTS( RELEASE DATE 4-8-2014)

AP LIST OF SCHOOLS RELEASES ANNUAL GRANTS AMONG 10 DISTRICTS (RELEASE DATE 1-8-2014)

PHASE-III SCHOOLS FOR RELEASE OF FIRST INSTALLMENT (RELEASE DATE 1-8-2014)

NOTE ON RELEASE OF GRANTS (GIRLS HOSTELS, MODEL SCHOOLS, RMSA FUNDS)

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08 August, 2014

Rc.No.15, Dated: 24 -7-2014 :: Guidelines and Financial Norms for Conducting of District Level Science Exhibitions in AP

Proceedings. Rc.No.15/B3/Sci/SCERT/2009 (phase-III); Dated: 24 -7-2014 ::  SCERT, A.P., Hyderabad INSPIRE Award Scheme - Conduct of District Level  Science Exhibitions (DLEs) - Certain guidelines and financial norms for conducting of District Level Science Exhibitions - Communicated.

Reference:
1. D.O. Lr. No. 12011/61/2013-INSPIRE, dated: 1-1-2014 of Dr. Inder Jit Singh, IAS., Joint Secretary, Ministry of Science & Technology, DST, GOI, New Delhi
2. Lr. No. 120/11/66/2014-INSPIRE, dated: 23-6-2014 of the Under Secretary to GOI, DST, New Delhi
3. Lr.No. 25034/201-/INSPIRE, dated: 16-6-2014 of the Under Secretary to GOI, DST, New Delhi

Order:
In this connection C and DSE has informed to all the District Educational Officers in the state that references read above and  an amount of Rs. 49.75 lakhs (Rupees forty nine lakhs seventy five only) is released as a 1st instalment is being credited to their respective INSPIRE Bank Accounts through online transfer to the S.B. A/c of the District Nodal Officers (District Educational Officers) as per the annexure appended herewith for conducting the District Level Exhibition and Project Competitions on or before 15th August, 2014 as per their convenient dates.

Further, they are informed that the selected DLE(District Level  Science Exhibition) students will be participating in the State Level Science Exhibitions and Project Competitions (SLEPCs) and selected SLEPC students will be sent to the National Level Science Exhibitions to be held in the month of September, 2014 at New Delhi.

The District Level Science Exhibitions should be conducted under the Chairmanship of the District Collector a Magistrate as was done earlier and intimate the dates and venue of DLEPCs, so as to enable this office to send State Level Observers from this office and also to finalize date and venue for the State Level Science Exhibition Project Competitions in time.

They are therefore requested to conduct the District Level Science Exhibitions as per given guidelines duly involving all educational authorities and incur the expenditure as per norms and submit a detailed report on conduct of DLEPCs along with original vouchers and proofs of all the records indicated in the summery report from Column (2) to (15) in the given proforma to this office. 5% - 10% of the participants should selected be in DLEPCs and submit the list immediately on the next day of the completion of District Level Science Exhibition along with the write ups. Any deviation will be viewed seriously.

The District Educational Officers, Ananthapur, Kurnool and Vizianagaram are requested to organize District Level Science Exhibitions with the absentees of the previous DLEPCs without fail. Amount will be released soon after receipt of the expenditure particulars.

ANNEXURE II
Nature of the expenditure
1.  Boarding and Lodging charges for INSPIRE Awardees @ Rs. 100/- x 3 days x 500 Nos. (Actual participants)
2.  Boarding and Lodging charges for accompanying Teachers ® Rs. IOU- x 3 days x 500 Nos. (Actuals) TA to the teachers as per APAT rules Boarding charges for 10% of the total awardees (Parents of Handicapped I girl student if any)
3.  Boarding and Lodging charges of Jury members including TA (2 to 5 Panels of 3 each) (Lodging / Boarding charges actuals as per A.P.T,A, Rules Honorarium ® Rs. 2000/- 3 days x no- of Jury Members.
4.  State Level Observers Lodging and Board charges as per APTA rules Honorarium (® Rs. 1000/- x 3 days)
5.  Publicity expenses (Invitations, Banners, Pamphlets, Brochures etc) Not exceeding Rs. 25,000/-
6.  Documentation: Not exceeding Rs. 30,000/-
      a) Photography
      b) Video
      c) Documentation of the DLE Best Projects
7.  Other Expenditure: Not exceeding Rs. 1.00 lakh
      a)Erecting Stage and Shamiyana
      b) Hiring and transpiration of furniture
      c) Electricity expenses / generator
      d) Stationery and documentation
      e) Supporting staff expenses
      f) Participation and appreciation certificates to students and teachers
      g) Water charges contingent expenditure
8.  Miscellaneous expenditure : not exceeding Rs. 5000/-

The above expenditure to be incurred from the 75% of the allocated fund. The remaining 25% amount shalt be utilized for sending selected students to the State Level Science Exhibitions.

Download Rc.No.15/B3/Sci/SCERT/2009, Dt:24.7.14

Guidelines in Telugu page 1

Guidelines in Telugu page 2

Academic Calenders 2014-15

06 August, 2014

INSPIRE EXHIBITION PRAKASAM IS ON 22,23rd AUGUST

Rc.No 374, Dt: 4.8.14 :: Promotions should be conducted on first working day of every month

Rc.No.374/Estt.IV.1/2014, Dated:04-08-2014 :: School Education - Promotions of teachers - Instructions- issued - Regarding.

Read:
1. G.O.Ms.No.67, Edn., (Ser.l) Dept., Dated 20.11.2010.
2. G.O. Rt. No.2147 GAD, Dated 16.05.2014.
3. G.O.Rt.No.2676, GAD (DPC), Dated 23.07.2014.
4. G.O.Rt.No.2759 GAD (DPC), Dated 01.08.2014

Order:
All the District Educational Officers and the Regional Joint Directors of School Education in the State are informed that, Government have issued orders in the reference 1st read above, permitting to effect promotions on the 1st working day of every month by reckoning arrival of No. of vacancies of the 1St day of the month with regard to the Headmasters / School Assistants / SGTs.  The Government in the
reference 2"d read above, imposed a General ban on all promotions in the State at all levels. The Government in the reference 3rd read above, relaxed the ban in respect of employees whose unit of appointment is district level to the extent of promotions and appointments at District Level.  Government in the reference 4th read above relaxed ban orders on promotion relating zonal cadres in so far as it does not involve promotion to State cadre.

Therefore, all the District Educational Officers and Regional Joint Directors of School Education in the State are. instructed to take necessary action with regard to the promotions as ordered by the Government in the reference 1st read above, to all categories of teachers except Language Pandits, whose issue is under examination of the Government

Download Rc.No.374/Estt.IV.1/2014, Dated:04-08-2014

05 August, 2014

APPSC DEPT.TEST NOTIFICATION NO. 05/2014 and Timetable, INSTRUCTIONS to Candidates

//* In view of the AP State re-organisation, the Departmental Tests for May – 2014
session (Notification No.03/2014), which was issued on 19-03-2014 has been cancelled *//

DEPARTMENTAL TESTS MAY- 2014 SESSION

The Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission will conduct the Departmental Tests Examinations (Objective Type) vide  Go.Ms.No.602  GA  (Ser-C)  Department,  Dt:01/11/2011  and  few Tests are written examinations as mentioned under Para 5 (h) at (13) District Head Quarters and in Hyderabad for  MAY, 2014 Session from 14-10-2014 to 19-10-2014 as per the Time-Table shown in accordance with the terms and conditions as laid down in Departmental Tests Rules, 1965 and as amended from time to time.

2. The Commission is inviting the Departmental Tests applications from the candidates for MAY, 2014 Session Examinations through ON-LINE only on payment of Rs.50/- for each Test.  Application Form, Time-Table and other full details are available in the Commission’s Website
http://www.apspsc.gov.in. Applicants shall apply the Departmental Test for MAY, 2014 Session examinations through ON-LINE ONLY from 08-08-2014 to 27-08-2014 (from 08-08-2014 to 25-08-2014 for payment of fees) as the earlier procedure of sale of applications at the Head Post Offices at District Head Quarters and at SALES COUNTER of APPSC Office has been dispensed with by the Commission.  The candidate should read the Commission’s Notification and other instructions available in User’s Guide carefully before applying the Test and enter the particulars properly in the Application through ON-LINE. 
 
IMPORTANT: Hand written/ Typed/ Photostat copies/ Printed Application Form will not be entertained either directly or by Post Office or in person.

A candidate if he/she desires can appear for one or more of the Tests to the extent the Time-table allows.

CANDIDATES ARE ADVISED TO SUBMIT THEIR APPLICATIONS THROUGH ON-LINE WELL IN ADVANCE OF THE LAST DATE and TIME i.e.,27-08-2014 – 5.00 P.M. (25-08-2014 for payment of fee)

3. ELIGIBILITY TO APPEAR FOR THE TEST (S):
(i) ONLY THE EMPLOYEES WORKING IN THE RESPECTIVE DEPARTMENTS OF ANDHRA PRADESH ARE ELIGIBLE TO APPLY FOR THE TESTS MENTIONED BELOW. 
However, Secretariat employees wherever the rules permit are allowed to appear for any Departmental Test in order to get eligibility for appointment by transfer/ promotion to other Services, on payment of the prescribed fee.

a) Commercial Taxes Department:  Paper Code No:  6 & 7. (Written Examination)
b) Treasuries and Accounts Department: Paper Code No: 31,46,64,79,89,100,114 and 129.

N.B:- Typists-cum-Assts. working in Finance and Planning (Finance Wing) are also eligible to appear for the Treasuries & Accounts Service Examination.

c) Sericulture Department:   Paper Code No:32,47,65,80,90,101,115,130 and 143.
d) Mines & Geology Department:  Paper Code No: 150 only.
e) Divisional Test:    Paper Code No: 30, 63, 81,113 & 138.
f) Works Accounts Service:  Paper Code No: 44, 78, 99, and 128.
g) Workshop Officers:   Paper Code No: 14 & 29.
h) A.P. Public Service Commission: Paper Code No: 149.

N.B: The respective Service Rules should be referred to by the candidates for deciding the eligibility or otherwise to apply for the Tests.

(ii) The following Tests bearing Paper Code numbers are open to all, whether the applicant is in Government Service or not. Paper Code No. 5, 8, 10, 18, 19, 27, 28, 36, 43, 45, 49, 62, 67, 77, 98, 108, 127, 136, 137, 141, 142, 144 to 148 and 155.

(iii) Other Tests can be written by any Government Servant, whether working in the same Department or not THOSE WHO HAVE ALREADY PASSED THE TEST SHOULD NOT APPLY AGAIN. IF ANY SUCH CASE COMES UP TO THE NOTICE OF THE COMMISSION, HE/SHE IS LIABLE FOR SEVERE DISCIPLINARY ACTION BY THE DEPARTMENT BESIDES CANCELLATION OF THE TEST PASSED SECOND TIME BY HIM/HER.

4. REMITTANCE OF FEE:

(i) a) THE FEE PAYABLE FOR EACH PAPER mentioned in the Time-Table of this notification SHALL BE Rs. 50/- (RUPEES FIFTY ONLY). However, no fee is prescribed for the Tests in Gujarathi and Marwari Languages. 
b) The applicant should pay Rs.50/- towards application fee for each Test, and examination fee @ Rs.50/- for each paper payable to the Secretary, A.P. Public Service Commission, Hyderabad through Challan in any branch of State Bank of India / A.P. ON-LINE Centre from 08-08-2014 TO 27-08-2014( from 08-08-2014 TO 25-08-2014 payment of fees) After submission of the details in the Online  Form, the Challan will be generated in Downloadable/Printable PDF (Portable Document Format). Candidates are required to take printout of the  challan. Through Challan Form candidates are required to pay the amount as indicated in the Challan in any branch of State Bank of India / A.P. ON-LINE Centre. The fee once remitted shall under any circumstances be refunded or adjusted.  Failure to pay the examination fee, application fee will entail total rejection of application.  (Government removed all fee exemptions vide G.O.Ms.No. 360, General Administration (Services-C) Department, dated: 16/08/2002).  The list of Branches of State Bank of India / A.P. ON-LINE Centre is available in Website http://www.apspsc.gov.in.

ii)  IPOs / Demand Drafts are not accepted.

5. a) Mode of Payment of Fee:/

How to pay Fees and fill in the Application Form.

I Step: - The Candidate has to logon to the WEBSITE (www.apspsc.gov.in) and enter
His/her necessary details like Name, Father’s Name, Date of Birth, and papers to be applied
II Step:-Immediately on entering the above details the Applicant will get   Challan Form
to pay the Fee at State Bank of India /AP Online centers.
III Step: -The Applicant should pay the prescribed Fee in any one of the State Bank of India /A.P. Online centers and obtain Fee paid challan with Journal Number in the first instance.
IV Step:-On the next working day after payment of Fee the Applicant should again visit WEBSITE and enter the Journal Number details to get the format of Application. The applicant has to invariably fill all the columns in the Application and should submit ON-LINE.
V Step: - Those candidates who need assistance of Scribe are requested to apply for the same directly to the Commission on or before 05-09-2014. They should mention the Application ID Number and enclose Copy of the Medical Certificate along with a representation.
VI Step: - The duration of all objective tests shall be two (2) hours duration. 
VII Step: - Candidates who are writing written examination in objective Type are advised to hand over the original OMR sheet to the invigilator and can take carbonless OMR sheet copy along with them.

Last date for payment of Fee at AP Online/SBI : 25-08-2014.

Last date and Time for submission of Application: 27-08-2014.

For complete details,
Download APPSC DEPT.TEST NOTIFICATION NO. 05/2014

04 August, 2014

Rc.No.36/PS-1-1/2014, Date: 02-07-2014 :: Information Called for Proposals for converting Upper Primary School having less strength to primary school in Prakasam Dist.

Rc.No.36/PS-1-1/2014, Date: 02-07-2014 :: Primary Education - Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Rules   proposals for converting Upper Primary School having less strength to Primary School   Called for Reg.

Ref:
Lr. No.170/RVM(SSA)/A9(C2)/2010, dt:13-06-2014 of the SPD, RVM(SSA) Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad

Order:
In the reference cited, the State Project Director, RVM (SSA), Andhra Pradesh while reiterating the provisions of Right to Education Act 2009 has informed that the there are 3869 UP schools (I to VII classes) in Andhra Pradesh as per UDISE 2013. Out of these 3869 UP schools 2441 schools have the strength above 20 and 1428 schools have the strength below 20 in classes VI and VII which do not have VIII class.

In this connection, it is informed that as per G.O.Ms. No.55 School education (PE-SSA) Dept., dated: 05.07.2012 the Upper Primary schools functioning with less strength and having high schools within a distance of 3 kms are to be downgraded to primary schools by merging VI and VII classes in nearby high schools with proper school mapping exercise.

In view of the above, all the District Educational Officers are requested to examine and send the proposals for converting the UP schools having less strength into Primary Schools by merging VI and VII classes in nearby high schools and adjusting the teachers who are found excess in nearby schools without devoting rules in vogue.
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Proceedings of DEO, PRAKASAM:

Rc.No.5301/B4/2014dated: 01-08-2014 :: Primary Education - Right of children to free and Compulsory Education Rules - Proposals for converting Upper Primary School having less strength to primary school - Certain Information Called for- Regarding.

Ref:-
1. Lr.No.l70/RVM /(SSA)/A9/(C2)/2010 dated 13-06-2014 of the  State Project Director, RVM (SSA) Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad.
2.Procds.Rc.No,36/PS-l-l/2014 dated 02-07-2014 of the Commissioner of School Education, A.P., Hyderabad.

Order:
In the reference2 ndcited above, the Commissioner of School Education, A,P., H yderabad informed that as per UISE 2013 certain UP schools as functioning with less than 20 enrollment for classes VIand VII, which do not have VIII Class, And it is also informed that as per G.O.Ms.No. 55 SchoolEducation (PE-SSA) Department dated 05-07-2012 the upper Primary Schools functioning with less strength and having high schools within a distance of 3 Kmsare to be downgraded to primary schools by merging VI and VII classes in nearby high schools with proper school mapping exercise.

Therefore, while communicating the list of such schools (67UP Schools) functioning in PrakasamDistrict, it was requested the District Educational Officer, Prakasam District to examine and send proposals for converting the UP Schools having less strength into Prima ry Schools by merging VI and VIIClasses in near byhigh Schools and adjusting the teachers who are found excess in near by schools without deviating rules in vogue

Therefore, all the Mandal Educational Officers in the District are requested to go through the proceedings in the reference 2 ndread above and submit the information about the near byhigh schools which are situated within in the radius of 3 KMs to such schools, (in the proforma-A appended to these proceedings) and the names anddetails of the teachers who found surplus and in which high  schools they have to be adjusted in accordance the guidel ines contained in G.O.Ms.No. 55 School Education (PE- SSA) Department dated 05-07-2012. fir. the proforma-B appended to these proceedings).
The information shall reach this office on or before 04-08-2014 without fai!{both soft and hard copy). Any slackness and wrong information is supplied the MandalEducational Officers themselves  will be held personally responsible.

Download Rc.No.36/PS-1-1/2014, Date:02-07-2014

List of UP Schools having strength less than 20 in UP Section

Profarma for submitting staff & nearest High School particulars

Download Rc.No.5301/B4/2014, Dated: 01-08-2014

03 August, 2014

Rc.No.229/Estt.IV/2014, Dated:14-07-2014 :: Instructions for Issue of Joining Permission/Absented from Duties

Rc.No.229/Estt.IV/2014, Dated:14-07-2014 :: School Education-Teacher Services - Certain Instructions for Issue of Joining Permission/Absented from Duties - Reg

Order:
The District Educational Officers in the State are informed, that it has been brought to the notice of CSE that some of the teachers are not attending the duties in schools regularly and also absented to duties unauthorizedly for longer periods without applying any leave. As a matter of fact, an employee cannot stay away from duty as of right without sanction of leave from competent authority and absence without leave is misconduct on the part of employee, for which action can be taken against him, Frequent absence from duty connotes lack of devotion to duty which causes lot of distocation in imparting instruction to students in the schools.

Instructions for Issue of Joining Permission/Absented from Duties:
1. In all such cases, it is responsibility of the concerned Head Master and MEO in case of PS and UP Schools and Headmaster and the Deputy Educational Officer in the case of High Schools to report the same to the DEO within a week from the date of absence. The DEO shall
their upon immediately a note to the said teacher to report back.
2. In case of teachers who applied leave under procedure and fail to join duty after expiry of leave, the DEO shall serve a notice to said teacher for unauthorized absence and initiate suitable disciplinary action.
3. In case of teachers who applied
leave under proper procedure and report back to duty after expiry of leave posting orders shall be issued immediately,.under any circumstances no compulsory wait will be entertained.
4. It is the responsibility of the DEO to continuously monitory.application received for sanction of leave.
Further, Govt. in G.O.Rt.No.128 , Fin(FR.1) Dept, Dated: 01-6-2007 and G.O.Ms.No.260 , General Administration Department (SER.C), Dated:04-09-2003 issued orders to Rule 18 of A.P Fundamental Rules as follows:
In the said rules, after Rule 18, the following shall be added, namely:-
Rule 18-A :- A Government servant shall be deemed to have resigned from the service if he/she
(a) is absent authorization for a period exceeding 'one year'. or
(b) remains absent from duty for continuous period exceeding five years with or without leave;
or
(c) continues on foreign from service beyond the period approved by the state government.

Provided that a reasonable opportunity to explain the reason for such absence or continuation on the foreign service shall be
given to the Govt. servant before the provisions of this sub-rule are invoked.

There fore, all the District Educational Officers and Regional Joint Directors of School Education in the State are instructed that:
1. The HMs/MEOs/Dy.EOs concerned shall maintain the record of the teachers who are absent and the period of absence.
2. The concerned Head Master and the Mandal Educational Officer in case of Primary Schools and upper Primary Schools and the Head Master and The Deputy Educational Officer in case of High
Schools, to immediately report the same to the District Educational Officer within a maximum of one week from the
date of absence.
3. The District Educational Officer shall their upon immediately send a notice to the said teacher to report back.
4. In case of teachers who applied leave under proper procedure and fail to join duty after of leave, the District Educational Officer shall serve a notice to said teacher
for unauthorized absence and initiate suitable disciplinary action.
5. If the teacher fails to report back to school after expiry of leave, the concerned should report the same to the District Educational Officer concerned.
6. Issue notices to all the teachers who are unauthorizedly absents with instructions to report back to duty duly stipulating time and if the fail to report necessary action should be taken as per.Rule 20 of APCS (CCA) Rules 1991 for his/her unauthorized absence duly following procedure.
7. Even after initiating action as per CCA rules if he fail join duty issue final show cause notice and publish the same official gazette and take further necessary action.
8. Under any circumstances whatsoever, no requests for.compulsory wait will be entertained from teachers not joining duty on expiry of leave as originally sanctioned.
9. It is the.responsibility of every
DEO and their office staff concerned, to continuously monitor applications received for sanction of leave and applications orders posting by teachers returning from leave;.and promptly process and give posting to such postings to such teachers, immediately of reporting from leave at the earliest.
10. All applications of the teachers for posting on return from leave shall be made.through Registered Post with Acknowledgement Due only. The District Educational Officer concerned.and officers of the DEO office are responsible or processing of posting to teachers and shall be liable for any delay in giving of such postings; and any payments of wages for the gap periods ordered to be treated
as compulsory wait by the courts of law will be liable to be recovered from all such officers of the District Educational Officers
office concerned responsible for the delay.
11. They shall follow the procedure prescribed in G.O.Ms No.70, Education, Dt: 06-07-2009.
12. The District Education Officers shall send a copy to this office of all such correspondence, the District Educational Officer make to the teacher.

This true copy communicated to all the District Educational Officers, Regional Joint Directors of School  Education, Deputy Education Officers and Mandal Educational Officers in the District. The Commissioner and School Education has requested to the above said officers to take immediate necessary appropriate action in the matter and follow the above guidelines and instructions scrupulously and instructed to said officers that any deviation in the matter will be viewed seriously and action will.be taken against the concerned authorities.

Download Rc.No.229/Estt.IV/2014, Dated:14-07-2014

Rc.No.798/SSA/AP/A8/2014, Dated: 30.07.2014 :: Instructions issued for providing information to devolop Data base of teachers of AP to MHRD, New Delhi

Rc.No.798/SSA/AP/A8/2014,Dated: 30.07.2014 :: APSSA, Hyderabad - Data base of teachers working in the State for developing of websitc Providing of information to the MHRD, New Delhi - Instructions issued - Reg.

Ref: D.0 Lr.No.M-2013/7/2014-Press, dated:26.06.2014 of the Secretary, MHRD, New Delhi.

Order:
The Project Officers of SSA and District Educational Officers in the State are informed that in the reference cited the Secretary, MHRD, New Delhi has requested to furnish the teachers data working District level, Block level, Grama Panchayat, Local bodies containing their names addresses, telephone
numbers, e-mail addresses along with any relevant information to prepare the extensive data of the teachers.

Therefore the  Project Officers and  District Educational  Officers are reqursted to issue instructions to the. MEOs of their districts to send the information of the teachers working in the Govt./ Z.P/ Mandal/ Panchayat/ Municipality schools in the following proforma.

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SI.   Name     Dept.Block   Munic-   Desig      Name     E-Mobile
No   of the            ipality    -nation    mail
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They are further requested to furnish the Information of the teachers In the above proforma to this office through e-mail on or before 20.06.2014 without fail.

This should be treated as most urgent.

Download Rc.No.798/SSA/AP/A8/2014, Dated: 30.07.2014

02 August, 2014

G.O.Rt.No:2759, Dated : 01-08-2014 :: Lifting of ban to the extent of promotions at zonal level

G.O.Rt.No:2759 Dated :01 -08-2014 :: A.P. Reorganization Act, 2014 – Ban imposed on all promotions, appointments, transfers, revision of seniority and change in terms and
conditions of employment – Lifting of ban to the extent of promotions at zonal level – Orders – Issued.

Read the following:-
1) G.O.Rt.No:2147, General Administration (DPC.I)
Department, dated 16-05-2014.
2) G.O.Rt.No:2676, General Administration (DPC)
Department, dated 23-07-2014.
3) From the Chairman, Joint Action Committee of Employees,
Teachers, Workers and Pensioners, Andhra Pradesh, representation, dated 24-7-2014.
4) From the President, Andhra Pradesh Commercial Taxes
Non-Gazetted Officers’ Association, representation dated
26-07-2014.

O R D E R:
In the G.O.1st read above, orders were issued imposing a general ban on all promotions in the State at all levels, till the process of allocation of employees to the successor States of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh are completed and on all
(a) appointments;
(b) transfers;
(c) revision of seniority  and
(d) change in terms and conditions of employment.

[2]  In the G.O.2nd read above, orders were issued relaxing the condition 7(b) of G.O.1st read above in respect of employees whose unit of appointment is District level to the extent of promotions & appointments (including compassionate) at District level.

[3]  Government, after further examining the issue, hereby relax the ban on promotions relating to zonal cadres insofar as it does not involve promotions to State cadre.

Download G.O.Rt.No:2759, Dated :01-08-2014

GO No:127, Dated:01.08.2014 :: Amendment Orders issued on Flag Fund Contribution by State Govt Employees Recovery from the salaris of DEC payble n d month of JAN

G.O.No:127, Dated:01.08.2014 :: ARMED FORCES FLAG DAY – Augmentation of Flag Day Fund collection – Contribution by the
State Government Employees – Recovery from the salaries of December payable in the month
of January - Amendment Orders – Issued.

Read the following:
1. G.O.Ms.No.299, Home (Genl.C) Department, dated 18.12.2007.
2. From the Director Sainik Welfare, Hyderabad, Lr.No. 1699/AFFD/2010-B, dated:30.07.2011.
3. G.O.Ms.No.279, Home (Genl.C) Department, dated 26.11.2011.
4. From the Assistant Director, Sainik Welfare, Lr.No.279/01/AFFD/2014-SF, dated:07.07.2014.

ORDER:
In the circumstances reported by the Director Sainik Welfare, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad in his letter 4th read above, and after careful examination of the matter, Government hereby issue the following amendment to the G.O. 3rd read above: 

AMENDMENT
The Particulars of account of Director, Sainik Welfare mentioned in G.O.Ms.No.279,
Home(Genl.C) Dept, dated 26.11.2011, shall be substituted with the following:- 

NAME OF THE ACCOUNT HOLDER   : DIRECTOR, SAINIK WELFARE, GOVERNMENT OF A.P (AFFD)
NAME OF THE BANK : STATE BANK OF INDIA
NAME OF THE BRANCH & CODE : YELLAREDDYGUDA & 3257
CURRENT  ACCOUNT NUMBER :  33881128795
IFSC CODE :  SBIN0003257
MICR NUMBER :  500002057

Download G.O.No:127, Dated:01.08.2014

01 August, 2014

D.O.Lr.Rc.No.356/MDM/2011-1, dated:09/07/2014 :: Instructions issued to District officials for effective implementation of MDM Programme

D.O.Lr.Rc.No.356/MDM/2011-1, dated:09/07/2014 :: Mid Day Meal Scheme – Instructions to the district officials for effective implementation of the MDM scheme – Reg.

Reference:
1. Lr.No.F.1-15/2009-Desk (MDM), dated:10/02/2010 of Joint Secretary to GOI, MHRD, New Delhi.
2. G.O.Ms.No.21, Edn. (SE-Prog.I) Dept., dated:10/03/2011.
3. C&DSE’s Proc.Rc.No.356/MDM/2012, dated:24/06/2012.
4. Prl. Secretary, School Edn., D.O.Lr.No.356/MDM/2011, dated: 25/07/2013 addressed to all the District Collectors in the State.
5. C&DSE’s DO Lr.Rc.No.356/MDM/2012, dated:27/07/2013.

Order:
   I invite your attention to the references cited.

As you are aware the Mid Day Meal Scheme is one of the key programmes of the Government of India being implemented to achieve certain objectives;

In our State, MDM is covering 44.22 lakhs children in 48,727 Schools.  This is a very large scheme benefiting large clientele being implemented by the
Education Department. The District authorities have to supervise the Scheme especially with reference to hygiene and cleanliness of MDM which is prepared and served. In this connection, you are requested to bestow your personal attention, using all the manpower of our department and other departments, like Dy.EOs, MEOs, MDOs, EORDs and Mandal Special Officers and CRPs for effective and successful monitoring of the Scheme.

I wish to inform that in view of the present scenario of rainy season, extra care should be taken to ensure hygienic food preparation and serving.

Last year some  incidents has occurred under Mid Day Meals Scheme in Bihar and in Tamil Nadu where in as many as 23 students died and 100 others fell ill after consuming Mid Day Meal served to them.
 
Regarding this, a Video Conference was conducted on 19.07.2013 with RJDSEs and DEOs and several instructions were given and all the officers concerned and instructed to visit schools and submit reports regularly. Due to regular visits there is some improvement in Mid Day Meal implementation. In
view of the above, this year also, all the inspecting officers once again instructed to follow the given instructions strictly to serve quality food and for effective implementation of MDM scheme.

1. The District-level Steering cum Monitoring Committee meetings should be held every month under the chairmanship of District Collector as per
instructions issued in G.O.Ms.No. 21, Edn. (SE-Prog.I) Dept, dated: 10/03/2011 and review the scheme which is not being done
regularly and minutes are to be submitted to this office. The Village Organisation / parent teacher meetings should also be held regularly and MDM scheme should be reviewed critically to ensure that hygienic and
nutritious food is served to the School Children. .
For effective implementation of the scheme, each Mandal should be divided into three parts and school in each part should be inspected by Mandal Educational Officer, Mandal Development Officer and EORD / CRP’s (as was done last year). They should take responsibility of inspecting 15 to 20 schools in their jurisdictions with overall responsibility lying with Mandal Educational Officer. The DEO / Dy.E.O / M.E.O / CRP’s must make surprise visit every day of two schools for
inspecting MDM as was done in the last year 2013-14.
3. The Mandal Development Officer, Mandal Educational Officer, EORD & CRPs should visit compulsorily two schools daily and see that the MDM is being implemented properly.
4. The inspecting/visiting officer should compulsorily taste the food being served to the children under MDM scheme and also every Headmaster/Teacher in charge of MDM of the concerned school must taste the food served under Mid Day Meals scheme prior to serving to the children and ensure that the hot cooked meal is served to the children.
5. The food grains being supplied under MDM scheme should be of Fair Average Quality (FAQ) rice and they should be properly stored and utilized on First In First Out basis. The foodgrains are to be delivered at school point invariably.
6. Old stocks of foodgrains are not to be utilized and to be returned back if not of the required quality. 7. The ingredients being used for cooking purpose should be properly stored in containers and only Iodised salt / double fortified salt, fresh oil to be used.
8. Fresh pulses and other ingredients are to be utilized as per the GOI norms.
9. The MDM menu shall be displayed in the School premises in a prominent visible place.
10. In the districts where NGOs are serving MDM, such NGOs are to be instructed that the MDM should be of good quality & prepared in hygienic condition and to reach the school in time and served hot.
11. SHG groups / implementing agencies (CCH’s) shall cook MDM in the school premises only. They are not permitted to cook MDM at out side / in their houses. If any deviation, in this the HM of the school and MEO concerned are personally responsible.
12.  Over head tanks must be cleaned frequently (at least once in a week), using bleaching powder.
13.  Good Sanitation and Cleanliness has to be maintained in the premises of the school and also at the place where food is being cooked, ensuring there is no stagnant water.
14.  Cooking and serving utensils should be properly cleaned after use and dried every day before and after use.
15.  Only fresh vegetables are to be used and vegetables are to be washed properly before cutting in salt water and cut on a mat or mattress.
16.  The firewood to be used to cook food should be stored in a place where there is no dampness. 17.  The cook cum helpers must ensure utmost personal hygiene, and they should wash their hands daily with / detergent, before starting cooking of MDM.
18.  First aid kit with proper medicines should be maintained in school.
19.  Ensure that children wash everyday their hands with soap before and after taking MDM.
20.  Proper sanitation facilities are also to be provided for the children. 21. The attendance registers in the schools are to be cross verified with the food grains lifted and daily utilization by the inspecting officer.  The MDM registers and regular attendance registers in schools are also to be checked during visit / inspection by inspecting officers duly verifying regular attendance and Mid Day Meals taken attendance registers.
22.  The District Educational Officer/Mandal Educational Officer will be held personally responsible for the untoward incidents and action will be initiated against them and also on the implementing cooking agency for any lapse found.
23.  The RJDSEs should visit MDM scheme concerned district fortnightly and to review with DEOs and to report irregularities if any for taking necessary
action.
24. The budget for construction of kitchen sheds under MDM scheme has already been released to all the districts (except Hyderabad). But no
significant progress in the construction of kitchen sheds under Mid Day Meal Scheme is noticed.  The construction of kitchen sheds phase II shall 
be completed (100%) by 31st August, 2014 where works are already started and where works are yet to be started the same shall be started and completed by 31st August, 2014.
25.  Proforma for Dy.EOs, MEOs, MDOs and Consolidated proforma for DEOs and RJDSEs (to be submitted fortnightly to MDM Monitoring Cell) were already communicated to you last year. The same proforma are to be used this year also.
26. The District Educational Officers will be personally held responsible for irregularities, lapses, untoward incidents happen, if any.
27. The DEO’s are informed to take necessary steps to complete MIS data entry every month in time.
28. Regular Health checkups to the students shall be conduct in all the schools with the cooperation of nearby available Primary Health center/ Hospitals once in a month / quarter. Necessary records also to be maintained in this regards in the Schools.

The following records are to be maintained at School/Cooking Agency level:
The DEOs are to give publicity in this regard

• Attendance Register 
• General Register for MDM opted children.
• Rice issue Register 
• Mid Day Meal Consolidated Monthly register.
• Monthly bills.
• Visitors Register.
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The following records are to be maintained at Mandal Offices:

* Cash Book
* Sub Treasury Office Registers
* Stock Entry Registers
* MDM monthly data
* Visit Reports

I request you to bestow your personal attention in the matter and see that the above instructions are implemented and MDM scheme is implemented in an effective manner without giving any scope for any unforeseen incidents and DEOs will be held responsible for any failures.

Download D.O.Lr.Rc.No.356/MDM/2011-1, dated:09/07/2014

30 July, 2014

Formative Assesment Guidelines issued in 2013-14 (in Telugu)

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PROCESS OF BILL PREPERATION TO BE FOLLOWED BY DDO's FOR E-PAYMENTS

The department has started implementation of electronic payments in all District Treasuries during the month of March -2014 as per the Government Memo No.138/36/TFR/201, Dt.19-02-14 of Finance(TFR) Department.   Mainly, three stake holders are involved in the electronic payment scenario, namely, Drawing and Disbursing Officer (DDO) of all Govt Depts, Treasury department and banking authorities.

The DDOs are prominently responsible for data entry issue in payment procedures in view of electronic payments.  Therefore, the department has implemented the system for most of the payments in District Treasury within a span of 2 months.

The Director of Treasuries and Accounts, A.P. has reviewed this issue during DTOs conference held on 28-06-2014 to ascertain the status of implementation at grass root level, the operational issues, and the facilities to be provided to the DDOs to make it successful at Sub Treasury level also in the coming days.

Based on the feedback provided by the DTOs, the following user manual is provided to disseminate the information regarding the procedure to be followed by the DDO in preparation of bills to facilitate them to key in the error free data to ensure smooth payments in  the Treasury in electronic mode.

PROCESS OF BILL PREPERATION TO BE FOLLOWED BY DDO's FOR E-PAYMENTS

29 July, 2014

List of Part time instructors to be engaged for the year 2014-15 in Prakasam Dist

Part time instructors engagement list for the year 2014-15

G.O.Rt.No.2248, Dt:26.07.14 :: Payment of Salaries to the Employees and Pensions of State Government on 26th July, 2014, in view of Ramzan Festival

G.O.Rt.No.2248, Dt:26.07.14 :: SALARIES – Payment of Salaries to the State Government Employees and Pensions to State Government Pensioners on 26th July, 2014, in view of Ramzan Festival – Orders –Issued.

References:
Representation of the State President, AP. Muslim Minorities Welfare Association, Hyderabad, dated 07-07-2014.

Order:
The State President of A.P. Muslim Minority Employees Welfare Association has stated that theRamzan Festival is on 29th July, 2014. It is being a very important festival for them, and in order to celebrate and make purchases in advance, requested the Government to pay the salaries for the month of July, 2014 in advance instead of 1st August, 2014.

2. Government after careful consideration of the matter hereby order that the salaries to the State Government Employees and pensions to State Government pensioners for the month of July, 2014, shall be paid on 26.07.2014 instead of 1st August, 2014 in view of Ramzan Festival on 29th July, 2014.

3. The Director of Treasuries and Accounts, A.P.,Hyderabad, Pay and Accounts Officer,A.P., and Director of Works Accounts, at Hyderabad shall comply with the above orders for payment of salaries to the State Government employees and Pensions to State Government Pensioners on 26.07.2014 instead of 1st August, 2014 for the month of July.2014.

4. These orders are also available on Government website http://goir.ap.gov.in.

Download G.O.Rt.No.2248, Dt:26.07.2014

28 July, 2014

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Corrections asked for RMSA ACCOUNT NOS of High Schools of PRAKASAM DIST.

Here all RMSA ACCOUNT NOS of High Schools of PRAKASAM DIST. was given. Please verify and inform the corrections if any to RVM(SSA), ONGOLE

CONTACT ASO 8978181868

Download RMSA ACCOUNT NOS of High Schools of PRAKASAM DIST

Subject wise periods allotment in HIGH SCHOOLS per week

Subject wise periods allotment  in HIGH SCHOOLS per week is as follows for 2014-15

27 July, 2014

The Composition of Sugar, What happens when you heat it.

What is sugar?

The white stuff we know as sugar is sucrose, a molecule composed of 12 atoms of carbon, 22 atoms of hydrogen, and 11 atoms of oxygen (C12H22O11). Like all compounds made from these three elements, sugar is a carbohydrate. It's found naturally in most plants, but especially in sugarcane and sugar beets—hence their names.

Sucrose is actually two simpler sugars stuck together: fructose and glucose. In recipes, a little bit of acid (for example, some lemon juice or cream of tartar) will cause sucrose to break down into these two components. 

If you look closely at dry sugar, you'll notice it comes in little cubelike shapes. These are sugar crystals, orderly arrangements of sucrose molecules.

Under a microscope, you can see that sugar crystals aren't cubes, exactly, but oblong and slanted at both ends.
(Image courtesy of Nutrition and Food Management Dept., Oregon State University)

What happens when you heat a sugar solution?

When you add sugar to water, the sugar crystals dissolve and the sugar goes into solution. But you can't dissolve an infinite amount of sugar into a fixed volume of water. When as much sugar has been dissolved into a solution as possible, the solution is said to be saturated.

The saturation point is different at different temperatures. The higher the temperature, the more sugar that can be held in solution.

When you cook up a batch of candy, you cook sugar, water, and various other ingredients to extremely high temperatures. At these high temperatures, the sugar remains in solution, even though much of the water has boiled away. But when the candy is through cooking and begins to cool, there is more sugar in solution than is normally possible. The solution is said to be supersaturated with sugar. 

Supersaturation is an unstable state. The sugar molecules will begin to crystallize back into a solid at the least provocation. Stirring or jostling of any kind can cause the sugar to begin crystallizing.

Why are crystals undesirable in some candy recipes—and how do you stop them from forming?

Interfering agents
(Image courtesy of Nutrition and Food Management Dept., Oregon State University)

The fact that sugar solidifies into crystals is extremely important in candy making. There are basically two categories of candies -crystalline (candies which contain crystals in their finished form, such as fudge and fondant), and noncrystalline, or amorphous(candies which do not contain crystals, such as lollipops, taffy, and caramels). Recipe ingredients and procedures for noncrystalline candies are specifically designed to prevent the formation of sugar crystals, because they give the resulting candy a grainy texture. 

One way to prevent the crystallization of sucrose in candy is to make sure that there are other types of sugar—usually, fructose and glucose—to get in the way. Large crystals of sucrose have a harder time forming when molecules of fructose and glucose are around. Crystals form something like Legos locking together, except that instead of Lego pieces, there are molecules. If some of the molecules are a different size and shape, they won't fit together, and a crystal doesn't form.

A simple way to get other types of sugar into the mix is to "invert" the sucrose (the basic white sugar you know well) by adding an acid to the recipe. Acids such as lemon juice or cream of tartar cause sucrose to break up (or invert) into its two simpler components, fructose and glucose. Another way is to add a nonsucrose sugar, such as corn syrup, which is mainly glucose. Some lollipop recipes use as much as 50% corn syrup; this is to prevent sugar crystals from ruining the texture.

Fats in candy serve a similar purpose. Fatty ingredients such as butter help interfere with crystallization—again, by getting in the way of the sucrose molecules that are trying to lock togeter into crystals. Toffee owes its smooth texture and easy breakability to an absence of sugar crystals, thanks to a large amount of butter in the mix.

G.O.Ms.No.157, Dt: 26-07-2014 :: Contribution of One Day Basic Pay to CMRF - Deduction From August 2014 salary

G.O.Ms.No.157, Date: 26-07-2014 :: CHIEF MINISTER’S RELIEF FUND – Representation from Joint Action Committee of Employees Teachers, Workers and Pensioners, A.P. – Contribution of One Day
Basic Pay to Chief Minister’s Relief  - Deduction – Orders – Issued.

Read the following:
Representation from Joint Action Committee of Employees Teachers, Workers and Pensioners, A.P. addressed to Hon’ble Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh on 12.07.2014 and copy submitted to the Principal Secretary to Government (R&E) Finance Department on 15.07.2014.

O R D E R:
In the reference read above, the Joint Action Committee of Employees Teachers, Workers and Pensioners, A.P. have represented to the Hon’ble Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh that they have decided to donte one day basic pay from the July/August, 2014 salary payable in the month of August/September, 2014 from all employees, Teachers and Workers of Andhra Pradesh State towards Chief Minister’s Relief Fund for utilization of the Fund for Social Welfare Schemes, viz. Aarogyasri or Old Age Pensions or Fee Reimbursement which directly go to beneficiaries of the State of Andhra Pradesh. 

2) Accordingly, all the Heads of the Departmentsare requested to issue instructions to the Drawing and Disbursing Officers  under their control to deduct One day’s basic pay from the salary of all Government employees, Teachers, Employees of Public Sector Undertakings, Local Bodies, Universities and other Government Institutions / Societies towards contribution to the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund from the salary of August, 2014 payable in the month of September, 2014, subject to
obtaining willingness from the concerned employees.  In respect of Grant-in-aid Institutions lumpsum deductions shall be made wherever individual pay particulars are not furnished.

3) The amount so deducted shall be credited to the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund under the following head of account by way of separate schedules by the Drawing and Disbursing Offices by attaching the same to the pay bills for the month of August, 2014 and in the case of employees of the Grant-in-aid institutions and others, the amount so deducted shall be credited to the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund through
challans.

Head of Account:
8443  –  Civil Deposits
800 - Other Deposits
S.H(02)- CM Relief Fund.
001 -  Calamities Relief and other Philanthropy.

4) All the Drawing & Disbursing Officers of all Heads of the Departments in the State of Andhra Pradesh shall ensure that the correct deductions are made from the pay bills as above and the amounts credited to the Head of Account. 

5) The Director of Treasuries & Accounts, A.P., Hyderabad, the Director of Works Accounts, A.P. Hyderabad and Pay and Accounts Officer, A.P. Hyderabad shall personally responsible to ensure that full deductions are made and remitted into the “Chief Minister’s Relief Fund” under concerned detailed head and inform the same to the Principal Secretary to Government, Revenue Department, A.P., Secretariat, Hyderabad and to the Principal Secretary to Government, Finance
Department, A.P., Secretariat, Hyderabad without fail.
           
6) These instructions are also available in Andhra Pradesh Government Website http://www.apfinance.gov.in. / http://goir.ap.gov.in/.

Download G.O.Ms.No.157, Dt: 26-07-2014

24 July, 2014

HAND BOOKS OF Co-Curricular Activities 2014-15 Released by SCERT

SSC ALL Curricular Subjects Hand Books 2014-15 released by SCERT

కళలు - సాంస్కృతిక  విద్య- పాఠ్య ప్రణాళిక(1-10 తరగతులు)

ICT TEACHER HANDBOOK (Computer Education) - VI Class

ICT TEACHER HANDBOOK (Computer Education) - VII Class

కళలు - సాంస్కృతిక  విద్య (6-8  తరగతులు)

కళలు - సాంస్కృతిక  విద్య (9-10 తరగతులు)

ఆరోగ్య - వ్యాయామ విద్య (6-8 తరగతులు)

Academic Calender for UP, HIGH SCHOOLS of AP for 2014-15

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Rc.No.783/SSA/A9/2014, Dt:23.7.14 - Academic Instructors issued to High Schools where HMs working as FAC MEOs

Rc.No.783/SSA/A9/2014, Dt:23.7.14 - Academic Instructors issued to High Schools where HMs working as FAC MEOs

Reference:
1. Rc.No.999/(C3-2)/Estt.2-1/2014, Dt:17-07-2014, 23.7.2014 of C&DSE, AP, HYD

ORDER:
The attention of all the Project Officers of SSA in the State is invited to the reference cited, wherein instructions have been
issued to with regard to the
arrangement of Full Additional Charges to the post of Mandal Educational Officers duly instructing that,

(a) the Headmasters who are kept full additional charge for the post of Mandal Educational Officer shall attend to all the exclusive
works entrusted to the post
of Mandal Educational Officers as per the job chart and also the works/ subject related to the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan on full time basis in the Mandal.
(b) the senior most School Assistant working in the school from where the Headmaster is kept full additional charge to the
post of Mandal Educational Officer shall be made in-charge Headmaster to attend to the duties of Headmaster on full time
basis,
(c) an Academic Instructor may be engaged in the school where there is subject need and where the Headmaster is kept as Full
Additional Charge as Mandal
Educational Officer.

Therefore, all the Project Officers of SSA in the State are instructed to arrange to pay the honorarium to the Academic Instructors engaged in the school as per need from the funds available under
Academic support through BRC/URC of SSA in the State.

The above instructions shall be followed scrupulously.

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G.O.Rt.No: 2676, Dt:23-07-2014 :: Lifting of ban to the extent of promotions & appointments (including compassionate) at District level

G.O.Rt.No: 2676, Dt:23-07-2014 :: A.P. Reorganization Act, 2014 -  Ban imposed on all promotions, appointments, transfers, revision of seniority and change in terms and conditions of employment -  Lifting of ban to the extent of promotions & appointments (including compassionate) at District level – Orders – Issued.

Read the following:-
1. G.O.Rt.No:2147, General Administration (DPC.I) Department,
dated 16-05-2014.
2. From the Chairman, Joint Action Committee of Employees,
Teachers, Workers and Pensioners, Andhra Pradesh, representation dated 17-06-2014.
3. From the President, Andhra Pradesh Commercial Taxes
Non-Gazetted Officers’ Association, representation dated
21-06-2014.

O R D E R:
In the G.O.1st read above, orders were issued  imposing a general ban on all promotions in the State at all levels, till the process of allocation of employees to the successor States of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh are completed and on all (a) appointments; (b) transfers; (c) revision of seniority and (d) change in terms and conditions of employment.
2.  The Service Associations in their representations 2nd and 3rd read above have requested to relax the ban orders issued in the G.O. 1st read above to the zonal or below cadre employees.
3.  Government observe that the re-organization may not cause any dislocation to categories of employees whose unit of appointment are District/Sub District level (local cadre of District).  Local cadre of District will automatically stand allocated to respective district within the geographic boundaries of Residuary State of Andhra Pradesh.   Since the local cadre with District/Sub-District will not be affected in the process of allocation of employees due to re-organization.
4.  Government, after careful examination of the issue, hereby relax the condition 7(b) of G.O.1st read above in respect of employees whose unit of appointment is District level to the extent of promotions & appointments (including compassionate) at District level.

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Rc.302/E1-1/A&1/2009, Dt:17.7.14 :: The Commissioner & Director of School Education, AP clarified that 9th and 10th Class Exams 2014-15 will be in old pattern

Rc.302 :: The Commissioner & Director of School Education, AP clarified that 9th and 10th Class Exams will be in old pattern

19 July, 2014

Rc.No.999/(C3-2)/Estt.2-1/2014,Dt:17-07-2014 :: Instructions to issue FAC to Present INCHARGE MEO's of the State

All the RJD's of School Education and DEO's in the State are informed that, nearly 527 Mandal Educational Officers are working on full additional charge in the State, out of 662 Mandal Educational Officer posts, as there have been no regular promotions. Most of the educational activities which are being implemented by the Department are not being implemented properly, as there are no regular Mandal Educational Officers. The State is lagging behind in number of activities like expenditure being incurred in School grants and maintenance grants, distribution of uniforms, conduct of school management committee meetings, monitoring the academic activities of the students and also monitor the regular attendance of teachers.
Further informed that, as the regular Headmasters of the Secondary Schools are kept Full Additional Charge of the post of Mandal Educational Officer, they have to perform the duties of the Headmaster as well as the Mandal Educational Officer. During the review meeting of the Mandal Educational Officers at Visakhapatnam on 16.07.2014 most of the FAC Mandal Educational Officers expressed that, they are not able to concentrate on the duties of Mandal Educational Officer on full time basis as they have to look after the duties of Headmaster also, and are not able to deliver the desired results.

In view of the above, the following arrangements are made to fully empower the FAC Mandal Educational Officer to concentrate on the activities of the Mandal as a whole time job.

The Headmasters who are kept full additional charge for the post Mandal Educational Officer shall attend to all the exclusive works entrusted to the post of Mandal Educational Officer as per the job chart and also the works / subjects related to the Sarva Siksha Abhiyan on full time basis in the Mandal.

The senior most School Assistant working in the school from where the Headmaster is kept full additional charge to the post of Mandal Educational Officer shall be made incharge Headmaster to attend to the duties of Headmaster on full time basis.

The Headmaster who is kept full additional charge for the post of Mandal Educational Officer shall be responsible for all the activities in the Mandal. The senior most School Assistant in the school who is kept incharge for the post of Headmaster shall be responsible for all the administrative and academic activities in the school.

An Academic Instructor may be engaged in the school where there is subject need and where the School Assistant is kept as incharge Headmaster.

The Honorarium to the Academic Instructor will be paid by the Project Officer, Sarva Siksha Abhiyan and the persons with requisite qualifications may be engaged as Academic Instructor based on need.

Download Rc.No.999/(C3-2)/Estt.2-1/2014,Dt:17-07-2014.

17 July, 2014

Rc.No.221/RMSA-AP/2014, Dated: 09.07.2014 :: Deputation of SRG's and Faculty of SCERT to conduct 3 day workshop at SCERT, HYD from 16 to 18 July

Rc.No.221/RMSA-AP/2014, Dated: 09.07.2014 :: RMSA – In-Service Training Programme 2014-15 – Conducting 3-Day Workshop from 16th to 18th July, 2014 at Conference Hall, SCERT, Hyderabad – Deputing SRGs and Faculty of SCERT – Orders – Issued - Reg.

ORDER:
The Commissioner & Director of School Education and Ex-Officio Project Director, RMSA(FAC), A.P., Hyderabad is decided to conduct 3-day State Resource Groups (Text Book Writers and Editors of classes IX & X) Workshop with (96) State Resource Persons ( @ 12 members per each subject for 8 subjects) for developing session-wise Trainer’s package preparation from 16 -18, July- 2014 at Conference Hal, SCERT, A.P., Hyderabad.

Therefore, the identified SRGs and Faculty of SCERT (as per list enclosed) are hereby requested to attend the 3-day Workshop from 16th to 18th, July - 2014 at Conference Hall, SCERT, Hyderabad without fail.
Therefore, Director, SCERT, Hyderabad and the District Educational Officers and Ex-Officio District Project Coordinators of RMSA for (13) districts are requested to depute and relieve the State Resource Groups of their districts and Faculty of SECRT (as per list enclosed) concerned to attend the above said 3-day Workshop from 16th to 18th, July – 2014 at Conference Hall of SCERT, A.P., Hyderabad.
This has got the approval of the Commissioner & Director of School Education and Ex-Officio Project Director, RMSA(FAC), A.P., Hyderabad.

    Encl: List of SRGs.

List of State Resource Groups Subject-wise

                                          Biology

1.Dr. T.V.S. Ramesh, Co-ordinator, C&T Dept.,SCERT, AP, Hyderabad.
2.Pramod Kumar Padhy, SA, ZPHS B.R.C Puram, Srikakulam.
3.M. Hari Prasad, SA, ZPHS Akumalla, Kurnool.
4.M. Lakshmi Devi, Lecturer, IFICDIET TANDRAPADU KNL DT
5.B. Dasaratharami Reddy, Dept: PSTE.DIET RAYACHOTY YSR DT
6.KVS Jagadeswari, Lecturer DIET, Dubacherla WG Dt.
7.A. Kiran Kumar, Lecturer, DIET., Boyapalem, Gunturu
8.Gopal Krishna, Rtd. Prof. Vuyyuru, Krishna Dist. 9849320287
9.ST Chaitanya , Lecturer DIET Vommarivalli Srikakulam 9490904090
10.   M. Ratna Salomi Lecturer DIET, Bommuru, EG Dt 9490710277
11.   D.Devasena, Lecturer DIET Karvetinagar Chittore. 9440832757
12.   IHGN Prasad, Lecturer IASE Rajahmandry, WG Dt.

                                          Physical Science

1.Dr. C.V. Sarveswara Sharma Retd., Reader in Physics, Amalapuram.
2.Sri K.V.K. Srikanth, SA, GTWAHS S.L.Puram, Srikakulam.
3.Sri M. Eswara Rao, SA, GHS Sompeta, Srikakulam
4.Sri R. Ananda Kumar, SA, ZPHS Gavaravaram, Visakhapatnam.
5.Sri S. Naushad Ali, SA, ZPHS G.D. Nellore, Chittoor.
6.Sri S. Brahmananda Reddy, SA, ZPHS Immadicheruvu, Prakasam
7.Sri V. Ekambareswara rao, SA, ZPHS, Emmadicheruvu, Prakasam.
8.Dr. CV Sarveswara Sharma Rtd. Reader in physics Amalapuram.
9.Smt. B.M Sakunthala , Rtd Lecturer SCERT AP Hyderabad, 7702922006
10.S.Purushottam, DIET,Vomaravalli 9441619970
11.V.SUGUNA, Lecturer DIET, Bommuru EG Dt  0883-2420226
12.P.Vinaya Kumar, DIET,Angaluru , Krishna Dt. 9866892007

                                          Mathematics

1.Sri T V Rama Kumar, H.M., ZPHS, Mulumudi, SPS Nellore  9492737686
2.Sri G.V.B.S.N. Raju SA, Mpl. High School, Kaspa, Vizianagaram.
3.S. Prasada Babu, PGT. APTWRS, Chandrashekarapuram, SPS Nellore
4.Dr. Poondla Ramesh, Lecturer, Government lASE, SPS Nellore, 9440227110
5.P. Anthoni Reddy, Rtd HM, St.Peters HS, R.N. Pet, Nellore .
6.K.Ramasubba Rao, LecturerDIET BUKKAPATNAM ATP DT 9441950525
7.Sri K. Rajendra Prasad, Dept: DRU.DIET RAYACHOTY YSR DT
8.S. Krishnaiah, Lecturer, DIET., Boyapalem
9.S. Subba Rao, Lecturer, DIET., Mynampadu
10.Veda Simhadri, Tutor, K.V. Srikakulam
11.Dr. Padma Nabam, Rtd. HOD Maharani College, Peddapuram, East Godavari.
12.Dr. G.S.N. Murthy, Rtd. Reader, Raja R.S.R.K.R College. Bobbili

                                          Social Studies                                                                                                   
1.  K. Laxmi Narayana, Lecturer, DIET, Angalur, Krishna.
2.  M. Narsimha Reddy, GHM, ZPHS, Peddajangamaplly, YSR Kadapa.
3.  K. Srinivasa Rao, SA, MPUPS, PR Pally, Tekkali, Srikakulam.
4.  D. Kondareddy, SA, ZPHS, Brammadevam, Mutukur Md. Nellore Dt.9440463116
5.  Dr. N. Chandrayudu, Asst. Prof. Dept. of Geography, S.V.University, Tirupati. 9440012707
6.  N. Sitamahalakshmi, Lecturer, Govt. Degree College, Rajamundry. EG.
7.  K.Subrahmanyam, Lecturer, Govt. DIET, Kurnool.
8.  T.Venkataiah, SA, ZPHS, Eguvaveedi, Srikalahasti, Chittore.9441776537
9.  N. Subrahmanyam, SA, ZPHS, Tanguturu Nellore.
10.M. Srinivasarao, SA, ZPHS, Kolalapudi, Prakasam.

                                          Telugu

1.Dr. D. Naresh Babu, ZPHS, Gospadu, Kurnool 9491416696
2.Sri Ch.V.S.N. Sarma, SA, Telugu, ZPHS Magatapalli, E.G. - 9701740851.
3.K. Srinivasa Rao, SA, ZPHS, Taduvai, Jangareddy Gudem (M), West Godavari. 9493009074
4.D. Chinnarao TP, MPUPS Kurmaraju pet, Salur, Vijayanagaram 8985687393
5.G. Subba Lakshmi, LP, ZPHS, Pudiparthi, Venkatachalam Mdl. Nellore9493511161
6.K. Ram Mohan, SA, Telugu, ZPHS, Chinnaguravaluru, Chapadu, YSR Kadapa dt. - 9951995988
7.V. Swarnalatha, ZPHS Pathapattisam, West Godavari District – 9441750630
8.M. Rambabu, ZPHS, Koduru, Visakhapatnam.
9.V. Janardhan reddy, Lecturer, DIET, Kurnool,    9441324166
10.A.Srinivasarao, SA Telugu, ZPPHS, Konada, Vizayanagaram Dt.9440108820
11.Harnathrao, Rtd. Teacher, Sri Venkateswara Bed College, Echerla, Srikakulam,9908309426
12.G. Vishnu Prasad ZPHS, Bhavadevarapalli, Krishna, 9441149608

                                          English

1.Sri Navuluri Peraiah, SA, ZPHS,Ponnaluru, Prakasam District. 9849381093
2.Sri K.Venkata Rama Rayudu, OiC, ELTC, DIET, E.G. Dist.
3.Sri G.Sreenivasa Rao, SA, ZPHS, Kankipadu, Krishna Dist.
4.Dr. T.T.P. Mohan Babu, Lecturer, GDC, Porumamilla, Kadapa Dist.
5.Sri V. Johnson, SA, ZPHS, Poranki, Krishna Dist.
6.Sri K.Janaki Ramaiah, SA, ZPHS,Adipudi, Prakasam District.
7.Smt.G. Rajanikantha Kumari, Chief Tutor, DCE, Guntur Dist.9347340517
8.VSV Radha Krishna, SA, Eng., ZPHS, Vomavaram, S. Rayavaram Mdl, Vizag. 9949993703
9.Sri. K. Sudhakar SA, English, ZPHS Gopavaram Mahanadi Mandal, Kurnool Dt. 949051676
10.Sri. G. Siva Nagireddy, ZPHS, Mallarampally, Dhone Mandal, Kurnool, 9440396718
11.S. Anwar Hussain, ZPHS (B) Guduru, Kurnool, 9441934349
12.N. Stanly Peraiah, SA, ZPHS, Leguntapadu, Kovur Md,, Nellore Dt.9492635105

                                          Hindi

1.P.Vijaya Lakshmi, Lecturer Govt. IASE Nellore
2.Sri Ramesh Babu, SA, ZPHS, Chittore District. 9440931822, 8465066239
3.Smt. Jayalakshmi, E.G. Dist. 9440144472
4.K. Khader Basha , Ananthapur, 9441734537
5.B.Jaya Prakash Joseph, Vizayanagaram, 9492928890
6.Dr. Kadirulla, ZPHS Veerabali,  Kadapa,
7.B. Madhu Mathi, Visakapatnam, 9492234682
8.Mohd. Kaleemuddin, Vizayawada, Krishna Dt.
9.Dr. rahaman Asst. Professor, Moulana University, Hyd. 9440214888
10.Ravikrishna, SA ZPHS South Mopur Nellore Rural Nellore Dt.
11.K. Srinivasarao, HM, Govt HS Rapur, Nellore Dt

                                          X Urdu

1.N. Ayyub Hussain, Lecturer, PSTE (UM)DIET TANDRAPADU KNL DT
2.SMD Younus Tayyab SRG MPUPS Guvvala Cheruvu, Kadapa
3.Sattar Faizi SRG Maidukur Kadapa 9701620626
4.S. Wan’s Ahmed SRG ZPHS (U) Punganur, Chittore 9440096412
5.S.Rizwan Ahmed, SRG ZPHS (U) Gurramkonda Chittore 9441496112
6.Syed Shakeel Ahmed DPO RVM SSA Kadapa, 9440441855
7.Nazeer Ahmed MPPS (U) Nidimukkala Tadikonda Guntur 9949074534
8.SND Shafiulla Khan, Lecturer DIET Kadapa. 9441574197
9.S. Mahaboob Basaa, Lecturer DIET Kadapa. 08562-241116

                                          The Faculty of SCERT

S.NoName of the Facultyi/c Subject
Co-ordinatorsPhone Number
1H.M. Vanajakshi, Professor Mathematics Group8008021513
2K. Narayana Reddy, Lecturer Mathematics9989334932
3S. Tulasi Das, Professor Physical Science Group8008304008
4A.Narendar, Lecturer  Physical Science8008304009
5Dr. G.Narasimha Reddy, Lecturer Biological Science Group8008201524
6K. Satya Priya, Lecturer Social Studies Group8008304007
7D.Vijaya  Lakshmi, Lecturer  Social Studies9963076758
8K. Sobha Rani  CoordinatorTelugu Group9393608261
9J. Narender, Lecturer Hindi Group 8008304067
10Dr.Shaik Jeelani Basha, Professor Urdu Group8008021521
11Dr. K. Pandu Rangaswamy, ProfessorEnglish Group9492671750
12G.Madhavi, Lecturer English8008201526

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