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21 September, 2014

Rc.No.141, Dated: 20.9.2014 :: DASARA holidays to Primary, UpperPrimery & High Schools in State for 2014-15 from 26.9.14 to 5.10.14

Rc.No.141/BI/AP/TE/SCERT/2014 Dated: 20.9.2014 and communicated the Dasara Holidays for Primary, UP, High Schools in Andhra Pradesh.

References:
l. Meeting held on 21.06.20 l4 at Krishna Conference Hall 0/o SPD., SSA, AP.Hyderabad
2. Lr. Rc. No. 141 /B1/AP/TE/SCERT/20.14, Dated: 1 1.08.2014 of C&DSE, AP, Hyderabad
3. U.O. Note No. 141/B1/AP/TE/SCERT/2014, Dated: 1 9.09.2014 of Director, SCERT AP,Hyderabad

Order:
The attention of all District Educational Officers and Regional Joint Directors of School Education in the State are invited to the references read above and they are informed that the Commissioner and Director of School Education, AP, Hyderabad is pleased to declare DUSSEHRA holidays to all the Primary, Upper Primary and High Schools in tile State for the academic year 2014-15 from 26.09.2014 to 05.10.2014. The schools should reopen on 06.10.2014.

1. The District Educational Officers and Regional Joint Directors of School Education concerned are therefore requested to issue necessary instructions to all the Head Masters of Primary, Upper Primary and High Schools under their jurisdiction and ensure that all. the Schools should reopen on 06.10.2014 positively.

2. The above instructions should be followed scrupulously.

This has got the approval of the Commissioner and Director of School Education, AP, Hyderabad

Download Rc.No.141/BI/AP/TE/SCERT/2014 Dated: 20.9.2014

20 September, 2014

Selection list of Academic Instructors 2014-15 of Prakasam dist

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Rc.No.27, Dt : 2.9.14 :: Guidelines to Devolop SUMMATIVE - I Question Papers

Rc.No.27/ SSA/A3/2014, Dt.2-09-2014 :: A.P.SSA- Development of Summative-I question papers - Guidelines- Issued.

Reference:
This office Progs.Rc.No.143(27)/SSA/A3/2014,Dt.23-8-2014.

The attention of all the DEOs and Project Officers, SSA in the state is invited to the subject and reference cited and they are requested to follow the guidelines as detailed hereunder in development of   summative -I question papers and for smooth conduct of summative -I exams in the state.
• To follow the model summative-I question paper communicated by SPO.
• To conduct complex meetings for development of the summative-I question papers.
• To finalize the summative-I question papers by making necessary changes into consideration of local dialect and language without any deviation of CCE norms prescribed by SCERT.
• Each cluster should take up printing separately by observing absolute honesty minimizing expenditure.

a) The printing of the question papers shall be undertaken by school Complex H.M duly involving the SMC of the school where the school complex is located.
b) The H.M and SMC shall call for quotations meeting the following Specifications. Paper quality-60 GSM.
c) The quotation shall be open in SMC meeting and lowest quotation shall be finalized.
d) The School wise indent may be procured by School Complex H.M for Placing the order.
e) After receiving the question papers the School Complex H.M make necessary arrangements for distribution of papers at school point.
f) The unit cost for child shall not exceed 25/-

• P.Os shall support the printing charges from the training budget available at cluster level.
• The amount shall be released to respective clusters based on requirement.
• One set of question papers should be furnished to SPO for examination.
• Expenditure incurred may be met from complex level meeting training budget.
• To conduct summative-I Exams, as per schedule of academic calender communicated by SCERT.

Download Rc.No.27/ SSA/A3/2014, Dt.2-09-2014

19 September, 2014

Rc.No.4140 , Dr: 17.9.14 :: Instructios to Part Time Instructors in Art Education,  Health & Physical  Education and Work Education

Rc.No.4140/AP SSA/Pig/2014, Dated: 17.09.2014 :: SSA, Prakasam District - Part Time Instructors in Art Education,  Health & Physical  Education and Work Education in the Upper Primary School / Upper Primary Sections of High  Schools for the academic year 2014-15 - Certain Instructions Issued - Reg.

Ref:- Memo No.26/RVM(SSA)/B10/C3/2011, Dt:30.05.2014 of the State Project Director,  RVM(SARVA SIKSHA ABHIYAN), AP., Hyderabad.

ORDER:
It is reported by some of the Part Time Instructors that school headmasters are instructing them to stay full time.

In the reference cited, certain instructions are issued on Part Time Instructors in Art Education, Health & Physical Education and-Work Education in the Upper Primary School / Upper Primary Sections of High Schools for the academic year 2014-15.  It may be noted that part time instructors are to be used only for part time as detailed here under.

* Part Time Instructors shall attend the school daily only in the afternoon hours, so that they will teach games, sports, drill etc., to children.
* They shall teach their subjects only for which they are engaged.
* They shall only be involved in co-curricular activities of children.
* They should not be allowed to teach any other subjects.
* Separate periods for Physical Education, Art Education & Work Education(Craft) should be allotted to the students.

All the Mandal Educational Officers are requested to take necessary action and issue instructions to concerned Head Masters about allotment of periods to Part Time Instructors working in UP/High Schools during'the year 2014-15 and report compliance in the matter.

Download Rc.No.4140 , Dt: 17.9.14

NAVODAYA VIDYALAYA SAMITI PROSPECTUS AND APPLICATION FOR JNV SELECTION TEST- 2015


1.NAVODAYA VIDYALAYA SCHEME
1.1Introduction
In accordance with the National Policy of Education (1986) Government of India started Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas (JNVs). Presently the JNVs are spread in 27 States and 7 Union Territories. These are co-educational residential schools fully financed and administered by Government of India through an autonomous organization, Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti.  Admissions in JNVs are made through the JAWAHAR NAVODAYA VIDYALAYA SELECTION TEST (JNVST) at Class VI. The medium of instruction in JNVs is the mother tongue or regional language up to Class VIII and English thereafter for Maths and Science and Hindi for Social Science. Students of the JNVs appear for X and XII class examinations of the Central Board of Secondary Education. While education in the schools is free including boarding, lodging, uniforms and textbooks, a nominal fee of Rs.200/- per month will have to be paid by the children from IX to XII class. However, children belonging to SC/ST, Girls and Physically Handicapped and from the families whose income is below poverty line are exempted from payment of fees.

1.2Objective of the Scheme
(i)To provide good quality modern education including a strong component of culture, inculcation of values, awareness of the environment, adventure activities and physical education to the talented children predominantly from rural areas.
(ii)To ensure that students attain a reasonable level of competency in three languages.
(iii)To promote national integration through migration of students from Hindi to non-Hindi speaking State and vice-versa.
(iv)To serve in each district as focal point for improvement of quality of school education in general through sharing of experiences and facilities.

1.3State-wise Distribution of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas
According to the Navodaya Vidyalaya Scheme, one Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya is to be set up in each District in a phased manner.   At present, there are 598  (576+22**) Vidyalayas are sanctioned in 28 States and 07 Union Territories. Out of which 588(570+18) are functioning. The State-wise distribution of JNVs is as under:

Andhra Pradesh13+01
Assam27+01
Arunachal Pradesh16
Andaman & Nicobar Islands02
Bihar38+01
Chandigarh01
Chattisgarh16+01
Delhi02
Daman & Diu02
Dadra & Nagar Haveli01
Goa02
Gujarat25+01
Haryana20
Himachal Pradesh12
Jammu & Kashmir17+01
Jharkhand22+02
Karnataka27+01
Kerala14
Lakshadweep01
Madhya Pradesh48+02
Maharashtra32+01
Manipur09+02
Meghalaya07+01
Mizoram08
Nagaland11
Orissa30+01
Punjab20+01
Pondicherry04
Rajasthan32+02
Sikkim04
Tripura04
Telangana09+01
Uttar Pradesh70+01
Uttarakhand13
West Bengal17+01
Total  576+22**= 598

** Additional JNVs sanctioned for the Districts having large concentration of SC/ST population.

A maximum of eighty students are admitted in Class VI in each Vidyalaya, through a Selection Test subject to availability of suitable candidates. The Samiti reserves the right to reduce the seats to forty or to withhold result and/or withhold admission and/or conduct of JNVST in case adequate accommodation is not available.

1.4Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Selection Test - 2015

JNV Selection Test for admission to Class-VI in JNVs for the academic session 2015-16 will be held as per following schedule.  The last   date   for submission   of   Application   Form   in   BEO’s Office is  31st October 2014.

i.On Saturday, the_07th February, 2015 at 11.30 A.M. in the State of Andhra  Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, West Bengal (except Darjeelin0g) Chhattisgarh, Goa, Gujarat, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh (except Chamba, Kinnaur, Mandi, Sirmour, Kullu, Lahaul & Spiti and Shimla Districts), Jharkhand, Kerala, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Manipur, Orissa, Punjab, Rajasthan, Tripura, Telangana, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Delhi, Arunachal Pradesh (except Tawang District), Union Territories of Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Chandigarh, Dadar & Nagar Haveli, Daman & Diu, Lakshadweep and Pondicherry
ii.On Saturday, the 11th April, 2015 at 11.30 A.M. in the States of Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim ,Jammu and Kashmir (except Leh & Kargil)  and in the District of Tawang of Arunachal Pradesh, in the Districts of Chamba, Sirmour, Kullu, Kinnaur, Mandi, Shimla of Himachal Pradesh, in the District of Darjeeling of West Bengal.
iii.     On Saturday, the 06th June, 2015  at 11.30 A.M. in the Districts of Leh, Kargil of J&K State  and in the District of Lahaul & Spiti of Himachal Pradesh State.

2.HOW TO APPLY FOR JNV SELECTION TEST

2.1How to get an Application Form?
Application forms for admission may be made on the prescribed Application Form (attached with the prospectus) available free of cost from:
(i)Block Education Officer (BEO)
(ii)District Education Officer (DEO)
(iii)Headmaster of any Govt. / Govt. aided / Recognized Accredited Institute / NIOS where he/she is studying.
(iv)Principal, Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya.

In case of non-availability of JNVST prescribed Application Form from the above, you may copy the format of Application Form on plain paper (preferably 21cm x 30cm) from our website at the address http://www.navodaya.nic.in or the newspaper advertisement and apply on it.

2.2How to submit an Application Form?

Duly filled in application form must reach the Block Education Officer latest by 31st October 2014.  It shall be signed by the Head of the recognized school where the child is studying in Class-V, on or before  31st October 2014 (Candidates are advised to get the acknowledgement from the BEO at the time of submission of Application Form).

2.3Issue of Admit Cards

Admit Cards, duly prepared by the Principal, Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya will be issued to the candidates through the office of the Block Education Officer. Candidates, who do not receive their Admit cards one week before the JNVST should immediately contact to Principal, JNV/BEO/DEO for the same.

2.4Result of the Selection Test

The result of  JNV Selection Test  2015  is expected to be announced by end of May of the year of admission. The result will be displayed in the offices of the concerned (i) Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya (ii) District Education Officer (iii) District Magistrate (iv) Deputy Commissioner, Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti of the Region. The Principal, Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya concerned, will also inform the selected candidates through registered post. The result will also be displayed on website of the Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti at the address http://www.navodaya.nic.in



3.SELECTION AND ADMISSION

3.a)Selection in the test will not vest any right on the candidates to secure admission into the JNV. At the time of seeking actual admission, each selected candidate will have to produce all relevant certificates, as prescribed by the Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti. Until admission, the selection is provisional.
3.b)In case of any dispute, the decision of Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti shall be final and binding on the candidates.
3.c)Marks obtained by candidates (both selected and unselected) in the test are not communicated.
3.d)There is no provision for re-evaluation of the answer scripts. Since the result is processed through computer and sufficient care is taken to ensure accuracy through various checks in processing the result, no request for re-totaling of marks will be entertained.
3.e)It may also be noted by the candidates and their parents/guardians that under the scheme of JNVs, students of a JNV located in Hindi speaking State may have to be migrated to another JNV in Non-Hindi Speaking State and vice-versa for one academic year when the students are promoted to Class IX. In case of refusal from the students selected for migration, continuation of such students in JNV will not be allowed.
3.f)The candidates and their parents/guardians may note that the children selected on the basis of the Test will be admitted only in the JNV located in the district from where they are appearing at the JNVST. Under no circumstances, the selected candidate will be given admission to any other JNV. No request for shifting of students on account of medium of instruction in the JNV concerned, shifting of parents/guardians to other district(s) State(s) etc. will be entertained.
3.g)     Candidates belonging to the Scheduled Castes (SCs) and Scheduled Tribes (STs) will have to produce a certificate of the Caste/Tribe at the time of seeking admission, if selected. Such certificate should be procured from the competent authority before 15th July, of the year of seeking admission so that it may be submitted to the Principal of concerned JNV at the time of admission.
3.h)  Candidates belonging to the disabled category (Orthopedically Handicapped, Hearing Impaired and Visually Handicapped) if selected will have to produce a medical certificate signed by Chief Medical Officer of the District concerned at the time of admission.
3.i)Candidates belonging to the disabled category  (Orthopedically Handicapped, Hearing Impaired and Visually Handicapped) can seek admission in the district in which they are studying in Class V on regular basis at the time of applying for JNVST or their native district where his/her parents are residing.
4.WHO IS ELIGIBLE

FOR ALL CANDIDATES:

4.a)Only the candidates from the district concerned where the Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya has been opened are eligible to apply for admission. However, the district where JNV is opened and is bifurcated at a later date, the old boundaries of the district are considered for the purpose of eligibility for admission into JNVST, in case a new Vidyalaya has not started in newly bifurcated district as yet.
4.b)A candidate seeking admission must not have been born before 01-05-2002 and after 30-04-2006. This will apply to candidates of all categories, including those who belong to the Scheduled Castes (SCs) and Scheduled Tribes (STs). In case of doubt of overage candidate seeking admission, they may be referred to the Medical Board for confirmation of the age. The decision of the Medical Board will be final.
4.c)    A candidate appearing for the selection test must be studying in Class-V for the whole of the academic session 2014-15 in a Government/Government aided or other recognized schools or ‘B’ certificate competency course of National Institute of Open Schooling in the same district where he/she is seeking admission. A school will be deemed recognized if it is declared so by the Government or by any other agency authorized on behalf of Government. Schools where students have obtained ‘B’ certificate under National Institute of Open Schooling should have accreditation of NIOS.  A candidate must successfully complete Class-V in the session 2014-15.  Actual admission in Class-VI for the session 2015-16 will be subject to this condition.
4.d)  A Candidate claiming admission under rural quota must have studied and passed classes III, IV and V from a Govt. / Govt. aided / recognized school spending one full academic session each year in a school located in rural area.
4.e)    Candidates who will be passing  ‘B’ certificate competency course of National Institute of Open Schooling on or before 30th September, 2014 are also eligible to write admission test provided they are in the prescribed age group. The forms of such candidates will be verified by DEO/DIOS. The rural status of a child from National Institute of Open Schooling will be decided on the basis of a certificate to be issued by Tehsildar/District Magistrate of the District indicating that the child has been residing in rural areas for the last three years. Students studying under the above scheme from urban and notified areas are not eligible for obtaining seat in rural quota.
4.f)  A Candidate who has not been promoted and admitted to Class-V   before    30th September, 2014  is not eligible to apply.
4.g)  No candidate is eligible to appear in the selection test second time, under any   circumstances.

5.The parents of the children who qualify the Selection Test will have to submit following at the time of admission:

i)Affidavit/Residence Certificate in prescribed Performa in addition to other documents demanded by the concerned Vidyalaya.
ii)For candidates seeking admission under rural quota, the parents will also have to submit an affidavit to the effect that the child is studying in an Institute located in a notified rural area and that they are residing in a notified rural area.

FOR RURAL CANDIDATES

A)At least 75% of the seats in a district will be filled by candidates selected from rural areas and remaining seats will be filled from the urban areas of the district.
B)A candidate seeking admission under the rural quota must have studied in Classes-III, IV and V completing full academic session from the recognized school(s) located in rural areas.
C)Candidates studying under the National Institute of Open Schooling should produce their rural status certificate issued by District Magistrate/ Tehsildar/Block Development Officer.
FOR URBAN CANDIDATES

A Candidate who has studied in a school located in an urban area even for a single day of session in Class-III, IV and V will be considered as an urban candidate. Urban areas are those which are so defined in 2001 census or through a subsequent Government Notification. All other areas will be considered as rural.

RESERVATION OF SEATS

a)At least 75% of the seats in a district are filled by candidates selected from rural areas and remaining seats are filled from urban areas of the district.
b)Reservation of seats in favour of children belonging to Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes is provided in proportion to their population in the concerned district provided that no district, such reservation will be less than the national average (15% for SC and 7.5% for ST) but subject to maximum of 50% for both the categories (SC & ST) taken together.  These reservations are interchangeable and over and above the candidates selected under open merit.
c)One third of the total seats are filled up by girls.
d)There is a provision for reservation of 3% seats for ** disabled children (i.e. Orthopedically Handicapped, Hearing Impaired and Visually Handicapped).

**“Blindness” refers to a condition where a person suffers from any of the following conditions namely:-
(i)Total absence of sight; or
(ii)Visual acuity not exceeding 6/60 or 20/200 (snellen) in the better eye with correcting lenses; or
(iii)Limitation of the field of vision subtending an angle of 20 degree or worse.

**“Hearing Impairment” means loss of sixty decibels or more in the better ear in the conversational range of frequencies.
**“Locomotor disability” means disability of the bones joints or muscles leading to substantial restriction of the movement of the limbs or any form of cerebral palsy.
**“Person with disability” means a person suffering from not less than forty percent of any disability as certified by a medical authority.

ABOUT THE SELECTION TEST

1.Centre for Examination
Each candidate shall appear for the selection test at the examination centre allotted to him/her as indicated on the Admit Card. No candidate is permitted to appear from any other centre. No request for change of centre will be entertained. No candidate can appear in the selection test without the proper Admit Card. The competent authority for issuing the Admit Card is Principal, JNV.

2.Language of the Examination

The language/medium of the examination for the candidate will be the medium through which the candidate is studying in Class-V.

A candidate will be given a test booklet in the language he/she has mentioned in the application form and admit card.  It must be ensured that Same Medium of Examination/Language is written in the Application Form (Col.10) and Admit Card (Col.1).  The test booklet is available in the following languages:

1.Assamese
2.Bengali
3.Bodo
4.English
5.Garo
6.Gujarati
7.Hindi
8.Kannada
9.Khasi
10.Malayalam
11.Manipuri
12.Marathi
13.Mizo
14.Oriya
15.Punjabi
16.Sindhi (Arabic)
17.Sindhi (Devnagri)
18.Tamil
19.Telugu
20.Urdu
21.Nepali

3.Composition of the Test

The selection test will be of two-hour duration and will have 3 sections with only objective type questions. There are 100 questions in all of 100 marks. Each question carries one mark:

Type of TestNumber ofMarksDuration
Questions
Mental ability Test505060 Minutes
Arithmetic Test252530 Minutes
Language Test252530 Minutes
Total1001002 Hours

A single test booklet comprising of the 3 sections will be given to each candidate.

4.Method of Recording Answers

a)A separate Answer sheet will be provided. Candidates are required to indicate their answers at an appropriate place on the answer sheet itself. The Answer sheet will be of intelligence Character Recognition (ICR)/Optical Character Recognition (OCR) Sheet. A copy of specimen Answer Sheet is enclosed.
b)Only Blue/Black Ball Point Pen is to be used to write on the answer sheet. Candidates should bring their own ballpoint pens. Use of pencil is strictly prohibited.
c)For each question, there are four probable answers, out of which only one is correct. The candidate is required to select correct answer and indicate correct corresponding number (1, 2, 3, 4) given against the probable answers on the answer sheet.  Any other mode such as marking ( Ö ) OR (a, b, c, d) OR (A, B,C, D) OR (BÉE, JÉ, MÉ, PÉ) etc. to indicate the answers on the answer sheet will not be accepted. For example if your answer for Question no. 37 is 3.

d)No change in the answer once written is allowed. Overwriting, cutting and erasing on the Answer Sheet is also not allowed.
e)One mark will be given for every correct answer.
f)No negative marking will be done.

5.About Instruction and Example

a)The candidate must carefully read the instructions given on the cover page of the test booklet as well as those for each test/section before attempting the questions.
b)Candidates are advised to confirm that the test booklet received by them is of the language opted for the test.  In case test booklet of correct language opted for is not
provided, the candidate should get it changed before start of the examination.  It is the responsibility of the candidate to obtain the test booklet of his choice as opted in the application form.  No representation in this regard will be entertained after the examination is over.
c)About one minute may be needed to answer each question.  Therefore, the candidate should not spend too much of time on a particular question.  If a question is found difficult to answer he/she may leave it and move on to the next one.  This will help to save time.  Once the candidate completes all the questions in a test, he/she may try those questions, which he/she had left in the first attempt.
d)The total time would be two hours without any break.
e)Securing qualifying marks in each of the three tests is essential.  Candidates are advised not to spend more time on each section of test than suggested, although they are free to adjust the total time, as they like.
f)There will be a bell after every 30 minutes.

(1)No candidate will be allowed to appear in the selection test without proper Admit Card.
(2)No candidate will be allowed to enter the examination hall/ room after 30 minutes of the commencement of the selection test.
(3)No candidate will be allowed to leave the examination hall / room before completion of 60 minutes after commencement of the test.

For more Details and Application with Mode of Exam, and other related Profarmas

Download PROSPECTUS FOR JNV SELECTION TEST- 2015

18 September, 2014

G.O.MS.No. 291, Dt:17.9.2014 :: Date of Filling up of backlog vacancies of S.C & S.T is extended up to 30.6.15

G.O.MS.No. 291, Dt:17.9.2014 :: Recruitment – Filling up of backlog vacancies of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes – Extension of time limit upto 30.06.2015 – Orders – Issued.

Referemces:
1) G.O.Ms.No.214, G.A.(Ser.A)Deptt., dated:08.05.2001.
2) G.O.Ms.No.215, G.A.(Ser.A)Deptt., dated:08.05.2001.
3) G.O.Ms.No.822, G.A.(Ser.A)Deptt., dated:02.12.2013
4) G.O.Ms.No.823, G.A.(Ser.A)Deptt., dated:02.12.2013
5) U.O.Note.No.3437/CV.ROR.2/2011, dated:10.09.2014 of Social  Welfare Department.

O R D E R:-
In the G.O. first read above, an adhoc rule was issued to fill-up the backlog  vacancies of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes duly waiving the written examination and interview so as to fill up the identified backlog vacancies. The time limit is being extended from time to time to fill up the backlog vacancies of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes upto 30.06.2014.

Government have decided to extend the time limit for filling up the backlog vacancies of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes as on 31.12.2013 for a further period of one year i.e., upto 30.06.2015.

To fill up the backlog vacancies in Group-IV services under the purview of District Selection Committees, orders were issued in G.O. 2nd read above. To extend the time limit for filling up the backlog vacancies, the following amendment is issued to G.O.Ms.No.215, G.A.(Ser.A)Deptt., dt:08.05.2001 and as subsequently amended from time to time.

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 amendment to the Adhoc Rules issued in G.O.Ms.No.215, General Administration (Ser.A) Department, dated the 8th May, 2001 and as subsequently amended from time to time.

AMENDMENT
In the said Adhoc Rule, for the expression “before 30th June, 2014”, the expression “before 30th June 2015”, shall be substituted.

Download G.O.MS.No. 291, Dt:17.9.2014

15 September, 2014

Rc.no: 43, Dt:13.9.14 :: Postponement of Summative-I Examinations in Andhra Pradesh State for Primary & Upper Primary

The SPD has informed to all the DEO’s and POs in the state that as per the subject and reference  cited the dates of Summative I exams are postponed from [15-09-2014 to 23-09-2014]  to 07-10-2014 to 14-10-2014 for  primary and upper primary classes, after Dussehra Holidays and the new time table is as follows.

Download Rc.no: 43, Dt:13.9.14

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12 September, 2014

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ఏర్పాటు చేసుకోవచ్చు. రంగమేదైనా సమాచారం స్థానిక
భాషలో తెలుసుకునేందుకు సామాన్యుడికి వీలైంది.
రానున్నరోజుల్లో ఈ-కామర్స్తోపాటు సమాచార, సాంకేతిక
రంగంలో అనూహ్య పరిణామాలు చోటుచేసుకోనున్నాయని
నిపుణులు అంటున్నారు.
ఏమిటీ డాట్ భారత్..
డొమైన్ పేర్లు ఇప్పటి వరకు ఇంగ్లీషులోనే ఉండేవి. డాట్
భారత్ ఎక్స్టెన్షన్ రాకతో హిందీ, మరాఠి, కొంకణి, మైథాలి,
నెపాలీ, బోరో, డోగ్రి, సింధి భాషల్లో వెబ్సైట్
పేర్లను నమోదు చేసుకునే అవకాశం లభించింది. కొద్ది
రోజుల్లోనే తెలుగుతో సహా బెంగాళి, గుజరాతి, ఉర్దూ,
తమిళ్, పంజాబి భాషలకు కూడా ఈ
సౌకర్యం అందుబాటులోకి రానుంది. అయితే
డబ్ల్యూడబ్ల్యూడబ్ల్యూ మాత్రం ఇంగ్లీషులో
ఉంటుంది. స్థానిక భాషలో ఇంటర్నెట్ వెబ్ చిరునామా
(డొమైన్) టైప్ చేస్తే చాలు. ఉదాహరణకు ఠీఠీఠీ.
ఎన్ఎండీసీ.భారత్ అన్నమాట. డాట్ భారత్
ఎక్స్టెన్షన్ను నేషనల్ ఇంటర్నెట్ ఎక్స్ఛేంజ్ ఆఫ్
ఇం డియా(నిక్సి) అభివృద్ధి చేసింది. ఇప్పటికే ఉన్న ‘డాట్
ఇన్’ డొమైన్ ఎక్స్టెన్షన్కు రిజిస్ట్రీగా నిక్సి
వ్యవహరిస్తోంది.
కంటెంట్కేం కొదవ లేదు..: ఏ వెబ్సైట్లో ఏముందో
తెలుసుకోవడం ఇంగ్లీషు రానివారికి కష్టమే. ఇదంతా గతం.
ఇప్పుడు నిక్సి చొరవతో ప్రపంచంలో ఏ మూలనున్నా, ఏ
విషయాన్నైనా తెలుసుకోవచ్చు. చాలా వెబ్సైట్లు ఇప్పటికే
స్థానిక భాషల్లో కంటెంట్(విషయం) అందిస్తున్నాయి.
కంటెంట్ డెవలపర్లూ భారత్లో కోకొల్లలు.
డెవలపర్లకూ ఇప్పుడు నూతన వ్యాపార
వేదికలు దొరికినట్టే. కొత్త కొత్త యాప్స్ మార్కెట్లోకి
వస్తాయి. విప్లవం ఇప్పుడే మొదలైందని
అంటున్నారు డొమైన్ ఇన్వెస్టర్ అరవింద్ రెడ్డి. తెలుగు కీ
బోర్డులు, కంటెంట్ విస్తృతమైతే సామాన్యుడికి చేరువ
అయినట్టేనని చెబుతున్నారు. తెలుగు భాషను ఆధారంగా
చేసుకుని తెలంగాణ, ఆంధ్రప్రదేశ్లో ఎంత కాదన్నా 1,500
మంది యాప్ డెవలపర్లు ఉంటారని సమాచారం.
వినియోగమూ పెరుగుతుంది..
ప్రస్తుతం దేశవ్యాప్తంగా 20 కోట్ల మందికిపైగా
ఇంటర్నెట్ను వినియోగిస్తున్నారని గూగుల్ చెబుతోంది.
2018 నాటికి 50 కోట్ల మందికిపైగా నెట్కు కనెక్ట్
అవుతారని గూగుల్ ఇండియా ఎండీ రాజన్ ఆనందన్
అంటున్నారు. ప్రతి నెల 50 లక్షల మంది కొత్త
వినియోగదారులు వచ్చి చేరుతున్నారు. మొబైల్ ద్వారా
ఇంటర్నెట్ వాడేవారు 15.5 కోట్ల మంది ఉన్నారు.
2017 నాటికి వీరి సంఖ్య 48 కోట్లను తాకుతుందని
సర్చ్ ఇంజన్ దిగ్గజం అంటోంది. డాట్ భారత్ ప్రవేశంతో ఈ
సంఖ్య మరింత పెరిగే అవకాశమూ లేకపోలేదు.
అటు నేషనల్ ఆప్టిక్ ఫైబర్ నెట్వర్క్(ఎన్వోఎఫ్ఎన్)
ప్రాజెక్టులో భాగంగా 2017 ఏడాది నాటికి 2.50 లక్షల
గ్రామ పంచాయితీలకు హైస్పీడ్ బ్రాడ్బ్యాండ్ కనెక్టివిటీ
కల్పించాలిని కేంద్రం లక్ష్యంగా చేసుకుంది.
ఇందుకోసం రూ.35 వేల కోట్లు వ్యయం చేస్తోంది.
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చేస్తున్నారు. దీనికంతటికీ కారణం సౌకర్యం.
గుండు పిన్ను మొదలు విమానం దాకా ఆన్లైన్లో
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భాషల్లోనూ వెబ్సైట్లను తీర్చిదిద్దితే ఈ రంగంలో
ఎవరూ ఊహించని అభివృద్ధి సాధ్యమవుతుందని నిక్సి
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సౌకర్యం ఉండాలన్నదే తమ లక్ష్యమని చెప్పారు.
ప్రస్తుతం ఆన్లైన్ రిటైల్ వ్యాపారం భారత్లో
రూ.13,800 కోట్లుగా ఉందని... 2020 నాటికి ఇది
1.92 లక్షల కోట్లకు చేరుకుంటుందని పరిశోధన సంస్థ
టెక్నోప్యాక్ చెబుతోంది. ఎన్వోఎఫ్ఎన్ ప్రాజెక్టుతో గ్రామీణ
ప్రాంతాల్లో ఇ-కామర్స్ విస్పోటనం సంభవిస్తుందని కేంద్ర
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11 September, 2014

11 facts about Global Warming

1. Global warming is the
increase of Earth's average
surface temperature due to
greenhouse gases, such as
carbon dioxide emissions from
burning fossil fuels or from
deforestation, which trap heat
that would otherwise escape
from Earth.
2. Greenhouse gases keep heat
close to the earth’s surface
making it livable for humans
and animals. However, global
warming is happening largely
due to an over-emittance of
these gases and fossil fuels
(natural oil, gasoline, coal).
3. With the start of industry in
the 1700's, humans began
emitting more fossil fuels from
coal, oil, and gas to run our
cars, trucks, and factories. By
driving a “smarter” car, you will
not only save on gas, but help
prevent global warming.
4. There is more carbon dioxide
in the atmosphere today than at
any point in the last 800,000
years.
5. In total, the U.S. emits
approximately 6 billion tons of
carbon dioxide every year. 40%
of that comes from power plant
emissions alone.
6. The NRDC (Natural Resources
Defense Council) proposed the
Clean Air Act to cut power plant
emissions by 26% in the next 7
years.
7. Since 1870, global sea levels
have risen by about 8 inches.
8. Consequences of global
warming include drought, severe
hurricanes, massive fires and
melting of the polar caps.
9. Heat waves caused by global
warming present greater risk of
heat-related illness and death,
most frequently among patients
of diabetes who are elderly or
very young.
10. According to the U.S. Global
Change Research Program, the
temperature in the U.S. has
increased by 2 degrees in the
last 50 years and precipitation
by 5%.
11. Global warming puts coral
reefs in danger as warmer water
increases the possibility of coral
diseases and the rising sea
levels makes it more difficult for
coral to receive adequate
sunlight.

చికెన్లో విరివిగా ఆంటీబయాటిక్స్- మనిషి ఆరోగ్యానికి ముంచుకొస్తున్న ప్రమాదం :: Centre for Science and Environment వారి రిపోర్టు ఆధారంగా

మీరు చికెన్ తినే వారయితే ఈ వార్త తప్పని సరిగా చదవాలి. మన దేశంలో చికెన్లో విరివిగా ఆంటీబయాటిక్స్ ను ఉపయోగిస్తున్నారు.
కోళ్ళలో రోగాలను తగ్గించేందుకే కాకుండా అవి తొందరగా పెరిగేందుకు కూడా ఇష్టం వచ్చినట్లు ఆంటీబయాటిక్స్ ను ఉపయోగిస్తున్నారు. ఆంటీబయాటి క్స్ ను కోళ్ళకు ఇచ్చే ఆహారంలో కలిపి ఇస్తున్నారు. దీని వల్ల కోడి తొందరగా పెరుగుతుంది. బరువు ఎక్కువగా ఉంటుంది. లాభాల కోసం కోళ్ళ పరిశ్రమ ఈ పని
చేస్తుంది. సెంటర్ ఫర్ సైన్స్ అండ్ ఎన్విరాన్మెంట్ జరిపిన అధ్యయనంలో 40 శాతం కోళ్ల్ళ సాంపుల్స్ లో ఈ ఆంటీబయాటిక్స్  కనిపించాయి. దీనివల్ల ఆ కోడిలోనే ఆంటీబయాటి క్స్ ను తట్టుకొనే బ్యాక్టీరియా పెరుగుతోంది. చికెన్ తిన్నప్పుడు ఈ బ్యాక్టీరియా మానవ శరీరంలోకి వెళ్తోంది. ఫలితంగా మనిషికి అవసరమొచ్చిపప్పుడు  ఆంటీబయాటిక్స్ వాడినప్పుడు అవి పనిచేయడం లేదు. కోడి
మాంసం తినేవారు తమకు తెలియకుండానే కొద్ది మోతాదులో ఆంటీబయాటిక్స్ ను అవసరం లేకుండా తీసుకుంటున్నారు. దీనివల్ల వారి శరీరాలు ఆంటీబయాటిక్స్ పనిచేయకుండా తయారవుతున్నాయి. ఇప్పటికే సెప్టిక్, న్యుమోనియా, టి బి లాంటి రోగాలకు వాడే ఆంటీబయాటక్స్
పనిచేయడం లేదు. ఆంటీబయాటిక్స్ ను తట్టుకునే బ్యాక్టీరియా మానవ శరీరంలోను, పర్యావరణంలోను తయారు కావడం వల్ల ఆ ఆంటిబయాటిక్స్ మనిషి అవసరమొచ్చినప్పుడు వాడినా కూడా
పనిచేయవు. అందులోను మనిషికి అత్యవసరమైన ఆంటీబయాటిక్స్. ను కోళ్ళ క్రుత్రిమ పెరుగుదలకు వాడుతున్నారు. ఈ.ఆంటీబయాటిక్స్ పనిచేయకుండా అయితే మానవాళికి తీవ్ర ప్రమాదం.

ఇప్పటికే యూరోపియన్ దేశాలలో కోళ్ళ పెరుగుదలకు ఆంటీబయాటిక్స్ ను వాడడం నిషేదించారు. మనదేశంలో కూడా తక్షణం దీనిని నియంత్రంచకుంటే తీవ్ర ఉపద్రవం రాబోతోంది అని నిపుణులు హెచ్చరిస్తున్నారు. మనదేశంలో కోళ్ళ పరిశ్రమ ప్రతి ఏడాది 10 శాతం పెరుగుదలను నమోదు చేసుకుంటోంది. మనం వాడే మాంసంలో 50 శాతం మేరకు చికెన్ యే ఉంటోంది. చికెన్ ప్రీయులు జాగ్రత్త
వహించడమే కాకుండా కోళ్ళలో ఆంటీబయాటిక్స్ ను క్రుత్రిమ పెరుగుదలకు వాడడానికి వ్యతిరేకంగా స్పందించాలి.

వాతావరణంలో రికార్డు స్ధాయిలో కర్బనవాయు నిల్వలు :: జాతీయ, అంతర్జాతీయ ఆర్ధిక, రాజకీయ వార్తలు, విశ్లేషణలు - విశేఖర్

వాతావరణంలో రికార్డు స్ధాయిలో కర్బనవాయు నిల్వలు

by విశేఖర్
WMO headquarters in Geneva
WMO headquarters in Geneva
భూమి వాతావరణంలో గ్రీన్ హౌస్ వాయు నిల్వల స్ధాయి రికార్డు స్ధాయికి చేరిందని ప్రపంచ వాతావరణ పరిశోధన సంస్ధ (వరల్డ్ మీటియరలాజికల్ ఆర్గనైజేషన్ -డబ్ల్యూ.ఎం.ఒ) తెలిపింది. గతంలో ఎన్నడూ ఇంత సాంద్రతతో గ్రీన్ హౌస్ వాయు నిల్వలు భూ వాతావరణంలో లేవని, 2012, 2013 సంవత్సరాల్లోనే అత్యధిక స్ధాయిలో ఈ నిల్వలు పెరిగాయని సంస్ధ చెప్పడం విశేషం.
గత రెండు, మూడేళ్లుగా ప్రపంచ దేశాలు కర్బన ఉద్గారాల (గ్రీన్ హౌస్ వాయువులు) విడుదలను తగ్గించడం ఎలా అన్న విషయాన్ని చర్చిస్తున్నాయి. వారు ఒక పక్క చర్చిస్తూనే మరో పక్క కర్బన వాయు నిల్వలను పెంచే విధానాలను యధా శక్తి అమలు చేస్తున్నారని డబ్ల్యూ.ఎం.ఒ వెల్లడించిన వివరాలు తెలియజేస్తున్నాయి.
డబ్ల్యూ.ఎం.ఒ చెబుతున్న వివరాలు ప్రస్తుత కర్బన ఉద్గారాల (carbon emissions) గురించి కాదు. 2013 నాటి వరకు విడుదల చేసిన కర్బన వాయువులు వాతావరణంలో ఏ స్ధాయిలో పేరుకునిపోయిందో తెలియజేసే వివరాల గురించి.
మానవ జీవనం వల్ల వెలువడే కర్బన ఉద్గారాలను తనలో ఇముడ్చుకునే శక్తి భూమిపై ఉన్న ప్రకృతికి సహజంగా ఉంటుంది. ఈ శక్తిని దాటిపోవడంతో సదరు వాయువులు వాతావరణంలో ప్రమాదకర స్ధాయిలో పేరుకుపోతున్నాయి. ఈ స్ధాయి గురించే డబ్ల్యూ.ఎం.ఒ చెబుతున్నది. ఇప్పుడు వాస్తవంగా ఏ స్ధాయిలో వివిధ దేశాలు కర్బన ఉద్గారాలను వెలువరిస్తున్నాయో... అన్నది వేరే లెక్క. దాని గురించి మాట్లాడితే మరింత ఆందోళన తప్పదు.
తన వార్షిక బులిటెన్ లో డబ్ల్యూ.ఎం.ఒ తాజా వివరాలను వెల్లడించింది. బులెటిన్ ప్రకారం 1990-2013 మధ్య కాలంలో వాతావరణంపై వేడి ప్రభావం (radiative forcing) 34 శాతం పెరిగింది. వాతావరణంలో ఎక్కువ కాలం పాటు నిలవ ఉండే గ్రీన్ హౌస్ వాయువులయిన కార్బన్ డయాక్సైడ్, మిధేన్, నైట్రస్ ఆక్సైడ్ లవల్లే ఈ పెరుగుదల సంభవించింది.
పారిశ్రామిక యుగం పూర్వం (1750) నాటి స్ధాయితో పోలిస్తే 2013లో వాతావరణంలో కార్బన్ డయాక్సైడ్ సాంద్రత 142 శాతం పెరిగింది. మిధేన్ సాంద్రత 253 శాతం పెరగ్గా, నైట్రస్ ఆక్సైడ్ సాంద్రత 121 శాతం పెరిగిందని డబ్ల్యూ.ఎం.ఒ పరిశోధకులు చెప్పారు. ముందే చెప్పినట్లు ఇవి కర్బన ఉద్గారాలు (carbon emissions) కాదు. 2013 వరకు వెలువడిన ఉద్గారాల వలన వాయావరణంలో పెరుకుపోయిన నిల్వలు.
1984 తర్వాత కాలంలో 2012, 2013 సంవత్సరాల లోనే CO2 నిల్వలు రికార్డు స్ధాయికి పెరిగాయని గ్లోబల్ అట్మాస్ఫియర్ వాచ్ సంస్ధ పరిశోధనల్లో తేలిందని పి.టి.ఐ తెలిపింది.
ప్రాధమిక వివరాల ద్వారా వచ్చిన అంచనాల ప్రకారం ఈ రికార్డు స్ధాయి నిల్వలకు కారణం CO2వాయువును ఇక ఎంతమాత్రం ఇముడ్చుకోలేని స్ధితికి బయోస్ఫియర్ చేరుకోవడం వల్లనే. దానితో పాటు CO2 వాయువు విడుదల బాగా పెరిగిపోతూ ఉండడం వల్ల కూడా నిల్వల స్ధాయి పెరుగుతోంది.
బులెటిన్ చెబుతున్న సాంద్రతలు, ప్రకృతిలో వివిధ రకాల చర్య, ప్రతిచర్యలతో పాటు, మానవుని ఉత్పత్తి కార్యకలాపాలన్నీ అయ్యాక వాతావరణంలో పేరుకుపోయిన గ్రీన్ హౌస్ వాయువుల నిల్వల స్ధాయిని తెలుపుతాయి.
గ్రీన్ హౌస్ వాయు ఉద్గారాలలో (emissions) పావు భాగాన్ని సముద్రాలు తమలో ఇముడ్చుకుంటాయి. మరో పావు భాగాన్ని బయోస్ఫియర్ (భూవాతావరణ వ్యవస్ధ) ఇముడ్చుకుంటుంది. ఆ విధంగా వాతావరణంలో మిగిలిపోయే CO2 నిల్వలను ప్రకృతి తగ్గిస్తుంది.

Proc.Rc.No.40/SSA /A3/2014, Date: 03-09-2014 :: SSA State Monitoring teams Visit Shedule & Proceedings of 13 districts schools

Proc.Rc.No.40/SSA /A3/2014, Date: 03-09-2014 :: SSA, A.P., Hyderabad - Pedagogy - Monitoring teams - Visit to 13 districts schools - Reg.

ORDER:
All the District Educational officers and Project Officers of Sarva Siksha Abhivan in the State are hereby informed that as a part of the performance appraisal of schools, school complexes, M1RCs, KGBVs, and DPO- in the districts periodically, it is decided to constitute State Level Monitoring 'Teams to visit all 13 districts in the State. In this regard, it is proposed to constitute 'S'teams at the State level. Each team comprises '6' members, three members representing from State   one Sectoral officer from SPO, two personnel from SPO. The other three members have to be co-opted from the respective districts comprising one from DI'O and two from SRGs. The identified teams will visit the allotted districts in three spells in second and third week of September, 2014.

The teams have to visit each district for 3-days as mentioned below:
(i)   The 6-member team have to be divided into two sub-teams. Each sub-team will be paired as one member from State Project office and the second member will be from the District. In three days each sub team has to cover at least 5 primary schools, 2 upper primary schools, one KGBV, one STC/Residential center for deprived children/worksite school/transit hostels, one MRC, One School Complex and ongoing training teacher programmes in the Districts.
(ii)  They should cover rural or interior schools in all divisions.
(iii) The monitoring team members shall record their observations in the prescribed format.
(iv)  On the 3rd day afternoon the monitoring team members conducts a meeting with DEO, PO and Sectoral Officers of DPO and MEOs appraise the observations of the Team Members on the functioning of the schools, KGBVs MRCS, School Complexes, STCs and other centers.
(v)   Further Monitoring team members shall also review the activities of the DPO in various sectors


Visit Schedule
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Spell One  Spell two                 Spell Three
Districts            Districts                 Districts
and Dates          and Dates               and Dates
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Kadapa,              Guntur,            Visakapatnam,
Kurnool,             East Godavari,       Vizianagaram
Chittoor,            Krishna,                  & West Godavari
Anantapur,          Srikakulam          23rd, 241h
&Prakasam         & Nellore.          25th Sep 2014
10th ,11th          18th, 19th &
& 12th Sep          20th Sep 2014
2014
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Teams List annexed to Progs.

The following interventions are to be covered by the State teams
1. Coverage of OSC
2. Conduct of Review Meetings at District & Mandal Level
3. Distribution of Uniforms & 'text Books
4. Academic Performance of Schools
5. Performance of KGBVs
6. Functioning of Madarsas & Urdu medium Schools
7. Functioning of SMCs
8. Training impact in the classroom teaching, learning process
9. Complex meetings, communication of complex guidelines to HMs
10. Status of PINI)lcs & QM.rr and
11. Interaction with local body (Gram Panchayat Sarpanch etc)
12. Academic activities, Syllabus etc.

Subsequent to visit of the Districts, the State team members are requested to submit their detailed report to the State Project Director for further action.

During the visit of State Monitoring teams, the DPOs SSA are directed to arrange the transport and stay arrangements for the visiting officers and SRGs. The T.A and DA of the visiting officers of the State will be paid by SPO and the T.A and DA of the team members from the Districts accompanied with the State team will be borne by the respective DPOs management cost of AWP & B 2014-15.

Download Proc.Rc.No.40/SSA /A3/2014, Date: 03-09-2014

All Visiting Formats of State Monitoring Team in .RAR File

06 September, 2014

Updated Summative I model Question Papers by SCERT

The FINAL REVISED MODEL SUMMATIVE 1 Question Papers are designed for classes 1 to VIII in Telugu Medium are attached here under in continuation of proceedings Rc.No.143/SSA/A3/2014, dt.23.08.2014.

Further, all the DEOs and POs requested to communicate these all Final Model Question papers to all school complexes and instructed to discuss in the complex meetings, and finalize summative 1 papers by making necessary changes & corrections if any, taking into consideration of local dialect and language with out any deviations of CCE norms prescribed by SCERT.

SUMMATIVE ASSESMENT - I MODEL QUESTION PAPERS 2014-15(Updated on 3.9.14)
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