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06 May, 2015

G.O.MS.No. 26, Dt:4.5.15 :: Community, Nativity and Date of Birth certificate to SCs, STs and BCs is permanent if once issued by the competent authority

G.O.MS.No. 26, SOCIAL WELFARE (CV.1) DEPARTMENT, Dated: 04.05.2015 :: Social Welfare Department – Community, Nativity and Date of Birth certificate issued by the competent authority in accordance with the A.P. SCs, STs and BCs - Issue of Community, Nativity and Date of Birth certificates Rules, 1997 – Treated as permanent one – Orders – Issued.

Read the following :-
(1) G.O. Ms. No. 58, Social Welfare (J) Dept., dt: 12-05-1997
(2) E-Memo No. 14355/SWD/CV/2002-2, Social Welfare (CV) Dept., dt: 8.4.2004
(3) Letter Lr.Rc.No.G3/451/2015, Dated: 20.03.2015 from the Director of Social Welfare, A.P., Hyderabad

ORDER :
1. In the G.O. 1st read above, orders were issued regarding issue of Community,
Nativity and Date of Birth Certificate to Scheduled Castes / Scheduled Tribes / Backward Classes.

2. As per Rule 16 of the said GO, the Community, Nativity and Date of Birth
Certificate issued by the Competent Authority shall be a permanent one. The same has been reiterated in the reference 2nd read above and all the departments and agencies concerned have been requested to verify the original Integrated Community, Nativity and Date of Birth Certificates and return the same to the concerned people by retaining the attested copies for their record purpose while making an entry accordingly on the attested copy. This was meant for avoiding of forcing the people to obtain fresh Integrated Community, Nativity and Date of Birth Certificates from Competent Authorities repeatedly.

3. In the reference 3rd read above, the DSW, A.P., Hyderabad has brought to the
notice of the Government that several problems are being faced by the public with regard to obtaining Integrated Community Certificates.

4. Government, after careful consideration of the matter and in order to overcome the hardship being faced by the ST/ST/BC communities, hereby order as under :
A. Admission to Social Welfare Hostels, Residential Schools of all Departments:
  i. Application may be accepted with self-certification for Caste.
  ii. Aadhar number of child and both parents, in addition to other details that   are normally obtained in the application form should suffice.
  iii. No other certificate shall be insisted upon.
  iv. In case of any question about the self-certification of caste, the Commissioner, Social Welfare may address Collector to cause verification.
B. School & College Admissions, Post Matric Scholarships & Fee Reimbursement
  i. A copy of the Integrated caste certificate may be obtained at the time of applying. The same may be verified in the Meeseva / ISES Database. In case of pre-Meeseva certificates, verification may be done on production of the original by the applicant.
  ii. The original shall be used only for verification and shall be returned on the same day and shall not be kept with the Institution/ Department under any circumstances.
  iii. In case of any doubt about the certificate, the Department may address Collector for ratification/ verification.
  iv. Verification of Integrated certificate is to be done only once during the course of study.
  v. A letter shall be sent to the Student as well as Parents, under the signature
of Hon’ble Chief Minister at the time of first grant of scholarship as well as
at the time of renewal of scholarship.
  vi. Since Caste has already been verified at the time of admission to
Colleges, further certification of caste shall not be insisted upon at the time
of Grant of scholarships.
vii. No verification is needed for renewal of post-matric scholarships/ fee reimbursement.
C. Jobs of State Government/ State Organizations/ State Public Sector Units
  i. None of the State Government organizations/ Departments/ State PSUs shall prescribe any format for obtaining caste status of applicants. They shall accept the copies of Permanent Integrated certificates issued by Tahasildars through Meeseva.
  ii. The same may be verified in the Meeseva/ISES Database. In case of  certificates not issued through Meeseva, verification may be done on
  production of the original by the applicant.
  iii. The original shall be returned on the same day and shall not be kept with the Institution/ Department/PSU under any circumstances.
  iv. In case of any question about the caste of the selected applicant, the  employer may address Collector for verification.
D. While applying for jobs of central government and its organizations, fresh print of already issued certificate may be given at Meeseva, based on data already available in Meeseva/ISES database.
E. Furnishing of integrated certificate for every instance may be avoided by
incorporating the permanency clause in certificate itself by suitably modifying the existing format of the certificate.
F. All kinds of certificates issued from Meeseva may be linked with Aadhar to avoid duplication and easy and hassle free reference to the applicant and requisitioning dept.

5. These orders shall come into force with immediate effect. All the District
Collectors, departments and agencies concerned shall take action in the matter
accordingly.

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03 May, 2015

G.O.RT.No.104, Dt:2.5.15 :: Constitution of a State Level Committee for selection of Best Teachers for National Awards, 2014 on the occasion of Teachers Day

G.O.RT.No. 104, Dated:02.05.2015 :: Secondary Education – Constitution of a State Level Committee for selection of Best Teachers for National Awards, 2014 on the occasion of Teachers Day i.e, 5th September, 2015 - Orders – Issued.

Read the following:-
1) From the Director, GOI, Min. of HRD, New Delhi., Letter No: F.1-4/2014- NAT, Dated: 18.12.2014 received through gmail. Dt: 24.12.2014
2) From the C&DSE., A.P., Hyderabad Lr.Rc.No.01/MC/2015, Dt: 07.01.2015

ORDER:
1. The Commissioner and Director of School Education, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad in the reference 2nd read above has submitted proposal for constitution of the State Level Committee for selection of Best Teachers for National Awards – 2014 on the occasion of Teachers Day ie., 5th September, 2015 as per the norms of Government of India.

2. Government after careful examination of the matter, hereby constitute a State
Level Committee for selection of Best Teachers for National Awards – 2014 with
the following Members:-
1) Commissioner & Director of School Education, A.P Hyderabad - Chairman
2) Principal, Institute of Advance Study in Education - Member
3) Dr. Bhardwaj, Head, Department of  Teacher Education, NCERT, New Delhi
- Member

3. The Commissioner and Director of School Education, AP, Hyderabad shall
take necessary action accordingly.

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02 May, 2015

G.O.Ms.No.49, Dated: 30 April 2015 :: Revised Pay Scales 2015 – City Compensatory Allowance

G.O.Ms.No.49, Dated: 30 April 2015 :: PUBLIC SERVICES – Revised Pay Scales 2015 – City Compensatory Allowance - Orders – Issued.

Read the following:

1. G.O.Ms.No.95, General Administration (Spl. A) Department, Dated: 28-02-2013
2. G.O.Ms.No.65 Finance (PC.I) Finance Department, Dated: 09-03-2010.
3. G.O.Ms.No.46, Finance (HRM.V-PC) Department, Dated: 30.04.2015. 

ORDER:
1. In the reference first cited above, the Government of Andhra Pradesh constituted the Tenth Pay Revision Commission (PRC). The PRC, after extensive consultations with the employees’ representatives and due consideration of the pay and allowances of the public servants, has recommended revision of the City Compensatory Allowance (CCA). 

2. The Government has accepted the recommendations of the PRC in so far as it relates to the City Compensatory Allowance and hereby orders for revision of rates as indicated below: 

Pay Up to Rs.16,400/-  / 400 (Hyd) / 250 (VJA&VSP) / 200 (11 Other)
Pay above Rs.16,400/- and up to Rs.28,940/- / 600 (Hyd) / 350 (VJA&VSP) / 300 (11 Other)
Pay above Rs.28,940/- and up to Rs.37,100/- / 700 (Hyd) / 450 (VJA&VSP) / 350 (11 Other)
Pay  above Rs.37,100/- / 1000 (Hyd) / 700 (VJA&VSP) / 500 (11 Other)

3. The other 11 Municipal Corporations eligible for City Compensatory Allowance are: 
1) Ananthapur; 2). Chittoor; 3). Eluru; 4). Guntur; 5). Kakinada; 6). Kadapa; 7). Kurnool; 8). Nellore; 09). Ongole; 10). Rajahmundry;  and 11). Tirupathi.

4. The pay for the purpose of calculation of City Compensatory Allowance shall be the pay defined in FR 9(21) (a) (i). 

5. These orders are applicable to:
i) Employees of the State Government; 
ii) Employees of Local Bodies and Aided Institutions, including Aided Polytechnics, in respect of those drawing pay in regular pay scale in the Revised Pay Scales of 2015; and
iii) Work-charged establishment in respect of those drawing pay in regular pay scale in the Revised Pay Scales of 2015.

6. The revised rates of City Compensatory Allowance specified above shall not be applicable to the following categories of employees, who shall continue to draw the allowance at the existing rates: 
i) Teachers working in the Universities, affiliated degree colleges both under Government and Aided managements who are drawing pay in the UGC/ ICAR/ AICTE pay Scales; 
ii) Officers of All India Services (AIS); 

7. Separate Orders will be issued in respect of officers of the Andhra Pradesh Higher Judicial Services and Andhra Pradesh State Judicial Services.

8. These orders shall come into force with effect from June 02, 2014. The revised rates of City Compensatory Allowance shall be paid in cash along with the salary from the month of April 2015, payable in month of May 2015. 

9. This Order can be accessed at: http://www.aponline.gov.in, http://www.goir.ap.gov.in and http://www.apfinance.gov.in

Download G.O.Ms.No.49, Dated: 30 April 2015

G.O.Ms.No.47, Dt: 30.4.15 :: Regulation of Dearness Allowance in the Revised Pay Scales 2015

G.O.Ms.No.47, Dated: 30-04-2015
:: HUMAN RESOURCES - ALLOWANCES –Dearness Allowance – Regulation in the  Revised Pay Scales, 2015 – Orders – Issued.

Read the following:-
1. G.O.Rt.No.95, General Administration (Spl. A) Department dt.28-02-2013.
2. G.O.Ms. No. 102, Finance (PC-I) Department dated: 14.05.2014
3. G.O.Ms.No.127, Finance (PC-I) Department dated: 27.05.2014
4. G.O.Ms.No.198, Finance (HR-V-PC-I) Department dated: 09.10.2014.
5. G.O.Ms.No.46, Finance (HRM.V-PC) Department, Dated: 30.04.2015.

ORDER:
1. In the reference first cited above, the Government of Andhra Pradesh constituted the Tenth Pay Revision Commission (PRC). The PRC, after extensive consultations with the employees’ representatives and due consideration of the pay and allowances of the public servants, has recommended the:  “Dearness Allowance (DA) be regulated at 0.524% for the State Employees for every one percent of Dearness Allowance sanctioned to the Employees of Government of India with effect from 01.01.2014 ”.
 
2. After careful examination of the Pay Revision Commission’s recommendations with reference to the principles that have sought to insulate the public servants from the adverse effects of inflation and increase in consumer price index and considering the decennial cycle of pay revision for the Central Government employees, compared to five year cycle for the employees of Andhra Pradesh Government, the Government hereby orders that Dearness Allowance shall be determined at 0.524% for every one percent of Dearness Allowance sanctioned to the employees of Government of India with effect from January 01, 2014. 

3. Accordingly, the Dearness Allowance in the Revised Pay Scales 2010 ordered in the references second to fourth read above, shall be regulated in the Revised Pay Scales 2015, as under: 

Date of Effect / Dearness Allowance Rates sanctioned by the Government of India / Dearness Allowance( Revised rates  in RPS 2015) / Dearness  Allowance (cumulative) in RPS 2015

01-01-2014 / 10% (90-100) / 5.24% / 5.24%

01.07.2014 / 7%(100-107) / 3.668% / 8.908%

4. These orders are applicable to all employees of the State Government; employees of the Local Bodies and Aided Institutions including Aided Polytechnics, drawing pay in regular pay scale in the Revised Pay Scales, 2015; and the Work-charged establishment drawing pay in Revised Pay Scales of 2015. 

5. These orders are not applicable to: Teachers working in the Universities, Affiliated Degree Colleges under Government and Aided managements drawing pay in the Andhra Pradesh Revised UGC/ICAR/AICTE Pay Scales; Officers of the Higher Judicial Service and the Andhra Pradesh State Judicial Service and Officers belonging to All India Services (AIS). 

6. The Dearness Allowance may be claimed along with the pay fixed in the Revised Pay Scales 2015. The DearnessAllowance already sanctioned in the Government Orders second and fourth  read above shall be notionally adjusted up to June 01, 2014. 

7. The G.O is available on Internet and can be accessed at the address
http://www.aponline.gov.in, http://www.goir.ap.gov.in & http://www.apfinance.gov.in

Download G.O.Ms.No.47, Dated: 30-04-2015

G.O.Ms.No.46, Dated: 30-04-2015 :: Orders of Revised Pay Scales 2015

G.O.Ms.No.46, Dated: 30-04-2015 :: PUBLIC SERVICES – Revised Pay Scales 2015 – Orders – Issued.

Read the following: 
1. G.O.Ms.No.95, G.A (Spl. A) Department, dated 28.02.2013. 
2. G.O.Ms.No.294, Finance (PC.I) Department, dated 26.10.2013.
3. G.O.Ms.No.10, Finance (PC.I) Department, dated 06.01.2014.
4.  G.O.Ms.No.4050, GA  (Cabinet) Department, dated 15.12.2014.

ORDER:
1. In the order first read above, the Government constituted the Tenth Pay Revision Commission (PRC) to make recommendations on a range of issues relating to effective management of public servants' services, especially the pay and allowances, that were summarized in the terms of reference (TOR) of the commission.

2. The Pay Revision Commission submitted its report to the Government on May 29, 2014, and recommended, among others, fixation of pay in the Revised Scales with the following key characteristics:

i) merge the Dearness Allowance (DA) existing on July 01, 2013, i.e., 63.344% sanctioned in  the Government order second read above;
ii) revised Master Scale of Rs.13000-390-14170-430-15460-470-16870-510-18400-550-20050-590-21820-640-23740-700-25840-760-28120-820-30580-880-33220-950-36070-1030-39160-1110-42490-1190-46060-1270-49870-1360-53950-1460-58330-1560-63010-1660-67990-1760-73270-1880-78910-2020-84970-2160-91450-2330-100770-2520-110850;
iii) retain 32 grades which are segments of the revised Master Scale; and
iv) fitment benefit of 29% of the basic pay for fixing pay in the Revised Scales of Pay.

3. The Government, in order fourth read above, appointed a Group of Ministers to hold consultations with the service associations. Accordingly, the Group of Ministers held extensive consultations with the service associations submitted its deliberations to the Government. 

4. The Government, after due consideration of the submissions of the Chairman and other office bearers of the Joint Action Committee of Employees, Teachers, Workers and Pensioners of Andhra Pradesh, and the Chairman and other office bearers of the Andhra Pradesh Secretariat Employees Co-Ordination Committee, and a view to promote the welfare of the employees and to reinforce their commitment to the development of the new State of Andhra Pradesh, has agreed for a grant of:
“A fitment of 43% of the Basic pay would be given for fixing the pay in the Revised Scales of Pay 2015, as against 29% recommended by the Tenth Pay Revision Commission.
The Dearness Allowance of 63.344% as on 01.07.2013 would be merged in the pay as recommended by the Pay Revision Commission;
The Revised Scales of Pay will be implemented notionally from 01.07.2013 with monetary benefit from 02.06.2014;
The benefit of the Revised Scales of Pay, 2015 would be paid in cash starting from the salary for the month of April 2015.

5. The Government hereby orders that the following Revised Scales of Pay, 2015 shall apply to: 
i) Employees of the State Government;
ii) Employees of the Local Bodies and Aided Institutions including Aided Polytechnics, who are in receipt of pay in regular pay scale in the Scales of Pay of 2010; and 
iii) The Work-charged establishment in receipt of pay in a regular pay scale in the Scales of Pay of 2010.

6. The Government orders that the pay for the employees mentioned at para-5 above shall be fixed in the Revised Scales of Pay 2015 with due attention to the following: 
i) The Revised Master scale shall be:
Rs.13000-390-14170-430-15460-470-16870-510-18400-550-20050-590-21820-640-23740-700-25840-760-28120-820-30580-880-33220-950-36070-1030-39160-1110-42490-1190-46060-1270-49870-1360-53950-1460-58330-1560-63010-1660-67990-1760-73270-1880-78910-2020-84970-2160-91450-2330-100770-2520-110850;
ii) the Revised Master Scale shall have 32 grades, as they are segments of the revised Master Scale;
iii) the Revised Scales of Pay shall be as set out in Schedule-I to the Notification appended to this order against each of the corresponding existing pay scales specified therein. These scales shall be common to all employees in various categories except where specified in the Departmental pay schedule (Schedule-II) appended to the Notification. Holders of posts not included in Schedule-II will be governed by the Revised Scales of Pay corresponding to the present scales as shown in the Schedule-I; and iv) the request for any further revision of pay scales for the categories already included in the schedule-II shall not be entertained in any case.

7. The Government orders that the pay of the employee in the Revised Scales of Pay, 2015 shall be notionally fixed with effect from 01.07.2013. However, the monetary benefit of the Revised Scales of Pay 2015 shall be allowed with effect from June 02, 2014. The benefit of the Revised Scales of Pay 2015 shall be paid in cash for month of April 2015 onwards. Separate orders will be issued detailing the modality for payment of arrears of salary in Revised Scales of Pay 2015 for the period from 02.06.2014 to 31.03.2015. The Interim Relief (IR) paid from January 01, 2014 to June 01, 2014 shall not be recovered. The Interim Relief paid for the period from June 02, 2014 onwards shall be adjusted from the monetary benefit payable on account of implementation of Revised Scales of Pay 2015. The Interim Relief shall not be included as Pay for the purpose of fixation in the Revised Scales of Pay, 2015.

8. Further Government orders that the Revised Scales of Pay 2015 will not be applicable to the following: 
  i) The teaching and other staff in Government Colleges, including Medical Colleges, Government Aided Private Colleges who are drawing pay in the Andhra Pradesh Revised UGC/ ICAR/ AICTE Pay Scales;
  ii) Officers of the Andhra Pradesh Higher Judicial Service and Andhra Pradesh State Judicial Service who are governed by the First National Judicial Pay Commission and subsequent pay revisions;
  iii) Members of All India Services (AIS); 
  iv) Persons re-employed before July 01, 2013, and are continuing on re-employment beyond that date; and
  v) Separate orders will be issued with regard to application of the Revised Scales of Pay 2015 to Officers and Staff of the High Court of the Judicature at Hyderabad for the State of Telangana and for the State of Andhra Pradesh.

9. It is ordered that the employees, who are currently enjoying the benefits of Automatic Advancement Scheme, shall have their pay fixed in the corresponding revised scales of Automatic Advancement grades in accordance with these instructions.

10. Separate orders are being issued for the payment of Dearness Allowance, HouseRent Allowance and City Compensatory Allowance in tandem with the Revised Scales of Pay 2015. 

11. The Fixation of pay of all eligible employees shall be done and the claims for arrears of pay and arrears in Revised Scales of Pay, 2015 shall be processed through the “Human Resources Management (HRM)”, Module of the “Comprehensive Financial Management System (CFMS)”.

12. The following Notification shall be published in the Andhra Pradesh Gazette:
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NOTIFICATION

In exercise of the powers conferred by the proviso to article 309 of the Constitution of India, the Governor of Andhra Pradesh hereby makes the following rules, namely, -

1. Short title, commencement and application:
(1) These rules may be called the Andhra Pradesh Revised Scales of Pay Rules,
2015.
(2) They shall be deemed to have come into force on July 01, 2013.
(3) These rules shall apply to all Government employees whether temporary,
regular or permanent appointed before the July 01, 2013.

2. Definitions: 
In these rules, unless the context otherwise requires – 
(1) “Basic pay” means pay as defined in Rule 9 (21) (a) (i) of the Fundamental Rules.
(2) “Existing emoluments” means the aggregate of:
(a) (i)   the basic pay including the stagnation increments if any, in the existing scale of pay as on July 01, 2013; 
      (ii) personal pay sanctioned under Rule 9 (23) (a) of the Fundamental Rules;
      (iii) personal pay sanctioned in pursuance of proviso (iii) under rule 6 (b) of the Andhra Pradesh Revised Scales of Pay 2010 to the extent such personal pay has not been absorbed in increases in pay on promotion till the date of entry into the Revised Scales of Pay, 2015.
(b) dearness allowance admissible at the rate which existed on July 01, 2013 appropriate to the basic pay referred to in sub-rule (2) (a) (i);
(3) “Existing scale of pay” means the Revised Scales of Pay, 2010; 
(4) “Revised Scales of Pay, 2015” means the Revised Scales of Pay set out in column (4) in Schedule-I or in column (4) in Schedule-II as the case may be.

3. Revised Scales of Pay, 2015:
(1)  Except as otherwise provided in sub-rule-(2), the existing scales of pay specified in column (2) of Schedule-I, shall be revised as specified in the corresponding entry in column (4) of the said schedule.
(2)   in the case of any post on an existing scale of pay specified in column (2) of Schedule-I, a revised scale of pay other than the revised scale of pay specified in the corresponding entry in column (4) of Schedule-I is specified in column (4) of Schedule-II, the revised scale of pay so specified in column (4) of Schedule-II shall apply.

4. Date of Entitlement to the Monetary Benefit: 
No Government employee who enters into the Revised Scales of Pay, 2015 shall be entitled to any monetary benefit for any period prior to June 02, 2014. 

5. Fixation of pay in the Revised Scales of Pay of 2015:
The pay of an employee in the Revised Scales of Pay, 2015, shall be fixed with effect from July 01, 2013. 

6. Principles of fixation of pay in the Revised Scales of Pay of 2015: 
Notwithstanding anything contained in the Fundamental Rules, the principles which govern the fixation of pay of a Government employee in the relevant pay scale in the Revised Scales of Pay 2015, shall be as follows:
(a) An amount representing Forty three percent (43%) of the Basic Pay referred to in Rule 2(2)(a)(i) above, be added to the existing emoluments referred to in rule 2 above;
(b)  After the existing emoluments are increased as required by clause (a), the pay shall be fixed in the Revised Scales of Pay 2015, at the stage immediately above the existing emoluments.
Provided that
     (i) if the amount of the existing emoluments increased under clause (a) is less than the minimum of the Revised Scales of Pay, 2015, the pay shall be fixed at the minimum of that scale;5
     (ii) if the amount of the existing emoluments increased under clause (a) is more than the maximum of the Revised Scales of Pay, 2015, the pay shall be fixed at the maximum of that scale, the difference shall be treated as Personal Pay to be absorbed in future rises in pay. If it could not be absorbed, it shall be paid till the date of cessation of duties.
(c) The short fall if any, in the sum total of pay and other allowances in the Revised Scales of Pay, 2015 compared to the pay and other allowances in the existing scale shall be allowed as Personal Pay to be absorbed in future increases.
(d) (i) A Government employee who is on leave without leave salary on July 01, 2013, is entitled to get the pay fixed with effect from the date of entry into the Revised Scales of Pay, 2015 and he shall be entitled for monetary benefit from the date of assumption of duty or June 02, 2014, whichever is later.
     (ii) A Government employee who is under suspension on July 01, 2013, is entitled to get his pay fixed in the Revised Scales of Pay, 2015 from the date of entry into the Revised Scales of Pay, 2015 based on the pay on the date preceding his suspension. However, he shall continue to draw subsistence allowance based on the existing scale of pay. In case of reinstatement after July 01, 2013, the monetary benefit of Revised Scales of Pay 2015, accrues with effect from June 02, 2014 or date of reinstatement whichever is later. His pay in Revised Scales of Pay, 2015 for the period of suspension shall be subject to final outcome of the decision on the period of suspension.
(e) Where an employee is covered by an order of stoppage of increments without cumulative effect on the date of entry into the Revised Scales of Pay 2015, during which the orders imposing the penalty of stoppage of increment is operative, his pay shall be fixed in the following manner:
     (i) based on the actual pay drawn by him on the date of entry into the Revised Scales of Pay, 2015; and
     (ii) based on the presumptive pay, that is, the pay which he would have drawn on the date of entry into the Revised Scales of Pay, 2015 but for stoppage of the increments.
He shall draw the pay as fixed under clause
     (i) above based on the pay drawn by him on that date of entry into the Revised Scales of Pay, 2015 until the expiry of the period during which the order imposing the penalty of stoppage of increments is operative and the pay as fixed in clause
     (ii) above on the presumptive pay after the expiry of the period covered by the stoppage of increments.
(f) The principles of fixation of pay laid in this rule shall apply to substantive, officiating and temporary holders of Government posts.

7. Date of next increment in the Revised Scales of Pay, 2015: The next increment of a Government employee whose pay in the Revised Scales of Pay of 2015 is fixed on July 01, 2013 in accordance with the principles specified in rule 6 shall be on the date on which he would have drawn his increment had he continued in the existing scale of pay. 
Provided that-
     (i) in the case of employee whose pay in the Revised Scales of Pay, 2015 is fixed on July 01, 2013 at the same stage as that fixed for another Government employee junior to him in the same cadre, and drawing pay at a lower stage than his pay in the existing scale of pay, prior to that date, the next increment6 shall be deemed to have accrued on the same date as admissible to his junior, if the date of increment of the junior is earlier;
     (ii) in the case of Government employee who has reached maximum of the pre-revised scale and has exhausted all the stagnation increments beyond the maximum of the time scale and stagnated for less than one year on July 01, 2013, the next increment shall be allowed on completion of one year from the date on which he has reached that stage;
     (iii) in the case of Government employee who has reached maximum of the pre-revised scale and has exhausted all the stagnation increments beyond the maximum of the scale and stagnated for more than one year on July 01, 2013, the next increment shall be allowed on July 01, 2013. 

8. Power to remove difficulties: If any difficulty arises in giving effect to the provisions of these rules, the Government may by order make such provisions or give such directions as appear to them to be necessary for removing the difficulty.

9.  Effect of other Rules:
(1) No rules made or deemed to have been made under proviso to Article 309 of the Constitution shall, in so far as those are inconsistent with any of the provisions of these rules, have any effect.
(2) Save as otherwise provided in these rules, these rules shall be in addition to any other rules made or deemed to have been made under the proviso to Article 309 of the Constitution.

10.  Any pay fixations contrary to the above Rules are liable for revision of pay and the excess amount paid thereon shall be recovered from the salaries of the concerned employees without any notice.

11.  This Order can be accessed at: http://www.aponline.gov.in, http://www.goir.ap.gov.in and http://www.apfinance.gov.in

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SCHEDULE – I [See Rules 2 (4), 3(1) and 3 (2)]

Grade EXISTING SCALE - 2010 (Rupees) / Grade REVISED SCALE - 2015 (Rupees)

Existing Master Scale 2010:  6700-200-7300-220-7960-240-8680-260-9460-280-10300-300-11200-330-12190-360-13270-390-14440-420-15700-450-17050-490-18520-530-20110-570-21820-610-23650-650-25600-700-27700-750-29950-800-32350-850-34900-900-37600-970-40510-1040-43630-1110-46960-1200-51760-1300-55660 (80)
Revised Master Scale 2015:  13000-390-14170-430-15460-470-16870-510-18400-550-20050-590-21820-640-23740-700-25840-760-28120-820-30580-880-33220-950-36070-1030-39160-1110-42490-1190-46060-1270-49870-1360-53950-1460-58330-1560-63010-1660-67990-1760-73270-1880-78910-2020-84970-216091450-2330-100770-2520-110850 (80)

EXISTING SCALE - 2010 :  I 6700-200-7300-220-7960-240-8680-260-9460-280-10300-300-11200-330-12190-360-13270-390-14440-420-15700-450-17050-490-18520-530-20110(40)                           
REVISED SCALE - 2015 :  I 13000-390-14170-430-15460-470-16870-510-18400-550-20050-590-21820-640-23740-700-25840-760-28120-820-30580-880-33220-950-36070-1030-39160-1110-40270 (40)

EXISTING SCALE - 2010 :  II 6900-200-7300-220-7960-240-8680-260-9460-280-10300-300-11200-330-12190-360-13270-390-14440-420-15700-450-17050-490-18520-530-20110-570-20680(40)
REVISED SCALE - 2015 :  II 13390-390-14170-430-15460-470-16870-510-18400-550-20050-590-21820-640-23740-700-25840-760-28120-820-30580-880-33220-950-36070-1030-39160-1110-41380 (40)

EXISTING SCALE - 2010 :  III 7100-200-7300-220-7960-240-8680-260-9460-280-10300-300-11200-330-12190-360-13270-390-14440-420-15700-450-17050-490-18520-530-20110-570-21250 (40)
REVISED SCALE - 2015 :  III 13780-390-14170-430-15460-470-16870-510-18400-550-20050-590-21820-640-23740-700-25840-760-28120-820-30580-880-33220-950-36070-1030-39160-1110-42490 (40)

EXISTING SCALE - 2010 :  IV 7520-220-7960-240-8680-260-9460-280-10300-300-11200-330-12190-360-13270-390-14440-420-15700-450-17050-490-18520-530-20110-570-21820-610-22430 (40)
REVISED SCALE - 2015 :  IV 14600-430-15460-470-16870-510-18400-550-20050-590-21820-640-23740-700-25840-760-28120-820-30580-880-33220-950-36070-1030-39160-1110-42490-1190-44870 (40)

EXISTING SCALE - 2010 :  V 7740-220-7960-240-8680-260-9460-280-10300-300-11200-330-12190-360-13270-390-14440-420-15700-450-17050-490-18520-530-20110-570-21820-610-23040 (40)
REVISED SCALE - 2015 :  V 15030-430-15460-470-16870-510-18400-550-20050-590-21820-640-23740-700-25840-760-28120-820-30580-880-33220-950-36070-1030-39160-1110-42490-1190-46060 (40)

EXISTING SCALE - 2010 :  VI 7960-240(2)-8680-260-9460-280-10300-300-11200-330-12190-360-13270-390-14440-420-15700-450-17050-490-18520-530-20110-570-21820-610-23650(40)
REVISED SCALE - 2015 :  VI 15460-470-16870-510-18400-550-20050-590-21820-640-23740-700-25840-760-28120-820-30580-880 -33220-950-36070-1030-39160-1110-42490-1190-46060-1270-47330 (40)

EXISTING SCALE - 2010 :  VII 8440-240(1)-8680-260-9460-280-10300-300-11200-330-12190-360-13270-390-14440-420-15700-450-17050-490-18520-530-20110-570-21820-610-23650-650-24950(40)
REVISED SCALE - 2015 :  VII 16400-470-16870-510-18400-550-20050-590-21820-640-23740-700-25840-760-28120-820-30580-880-33220-950-36070-1030-39160-1110-42490-1190-46060-1270-49870-(40)9

EXISTING SCALE - 2010 :  VIII 9200-260-9460-280-10300-300-11200-330-12190-360-13270-390-14440-420-15700-450-17050-490-18520-530-20110-570-21820-610-23650-650-25600-700-27000 (40)
REVISED SCALE - 2015 :  VIII 17890-510-18400-550-20050-590-21820-640-23740-700-25840-760-28120-820-30580-880-33220-950-36070-1030-39160-1110-42490-1190-46060-1270-49870-1360-53950 (40)

EXISTING SCALE - 2010 :  IX 9460-280-10300-300-11200-330-12190-360-13270-390-14440-420-15700-450-17050-490-18520-530-20110-570-21820-610-23650-650-25600-700-27700(40)
REVISED SCALE - 2015 :  IX 18400-550-20050-590-21820-640-23740-700-25840-760-28120-820-30580-880-33220-950-36070-1030-39160-1110-42490-1190-46060-1270-49870-1360-53950-1460-55410 (40)

EXISTING SCALE - 2010 :  X 10020-280-10300-300-11200-330-12190-360-13270-390-14440-420-15700-450-17050-490-18520-530-20110-570-21820-610-23650-650-25600-700-27700-750-29200 (40)
REVISED SCALE - 2015 :  X 19500-550-20050-590-21820-640-23740-700-25840-760-28120-820-30580-880-33220-950-36070-1030-39160-1110-42490-1190-46060-1270-49870-1360-53950-1460-58330 (40)

EXISTING SCALE - 2010 :  XI 10900-300-11200-330-12190-360-13270-390-14440-420-15700-450-17050-490-18520-530-20110-570-21820-610-23650-650-25600-700-27700-750-29950-800-31550 (40)
REVISED SCALE - 2015 :  XI 21230-590-21820-640-23740-700-25840-760-28120-820-30580-880-33220-950-36070-1030-39160-1110-42490-1190-46060-1270-49870-1360-53950-1460-58330-1560-63010-(40)

EXISTING SCALE - 2010 :  XII 11530-330-12190-360-13270-390-14440-420-15700-450-17050-490-18520-530-20110-570-21820-610-23650-650-25600-700-27700-750-29950 -800-32350-850-33200 (40)
REVISED SCALE - 2015 :  XII 22460-640-23740-700-25840-760-28120-820-30580-880-33220-950-36070-1030-39160-1110-42490-1190-46060-1270-49870-1360-53950-1460-58330-1560-63010-1660-66330 (40)

EXISTING SCALE - 2010 :  XIII 11860-330-12190-360-13270-390-14440-420-15700-450-17050-490-18520-530-20110-570-21820-610-23650-650-25600-700-27700-750-29950-800-32350-850-34050 (40)
REVISED SCALE - 2015 :  XIII 23100-640-23740-700-25840-760-28120-820-30580-880-33220-950-36070-1030-39160-1110-42490-1190-46060-1270-49870-1360-53950-1460-58330-1560-63010-1660-67990 (40)

EXISTING SCALE - 2010 :  XIV 12550-360-13270-390-14440-420-15700-450-17050-490-18520-530-20110-570-21820-610-23650-650-25600-700-27700-750-29950-800-32350-850-34900-900-35800 (40)
REVISED SCALE - 2015 :  XIV 24440-700-25840-760-28120-820-30580-880-33220-950-36070-1030-39160-1110-42490-1190-46060-1270-49870-1360-53950-1460-58330-1560-63010-1660 -67990-1760-71510 (40)

EXISTING SCALE - 2010 :  XV 12910-360-13270-390-14440-420-15700-450-17050-490-18520-530-20110-570-21820-610-23650-650-25600-700-27700-750-29950-800-32350-850-34900-900-36700 (40)                        
REVISED SCALE - 2015 :  XV 25140-700-25840-760-28120-820-30580-880-33220-950-36070-1030-39160-1110-42490-1190-46060-1270-49870-1360-53950-1460-58330-1560-63010-1660-67990-1760-73270 (40)

EXISTING SCALE - 2010 :  XVI 13660-390-14440-420-15700-450-17050-490-18520-530-20110-570-21820-610-23650-650-25600-700-27700-750-29950-800-32350-850-34900-900-37600-970-38570(40)
REVISED SCALE - 2015 :  XVI 26600-760-28120-820-30580-880-33220-950-36070-1030-39160-1110-42490-1190-46060-1270-49870-1360-53950-1460-58330-1560-63010-1660-67990-1760-73270-1880-77030 (40)10

EXISTING SCALE - 2010 :  XVII 14860-420-15700-450-17050-490-18520-530-20110-570-21820-610-23650-650-25600-700-27700-750-29950-800-32350-850-34900-900-37600-970-39540 (38)
REVISED SCALE - 2015 :  XVII 28940-820-30580-880-33220-950-36070-1030-39160-1110-42490-1190-46060-1270-49870-1360-53950-1460-58330-1560-63010-1660-67990-1760-73270-1880-78910 (38)

EXISTING SCALE - 2010 :  XVIII 15280-420-15700-450-17050-490-18520-530-20110-570-21820-610-23650-650-25600-700-27700-750-29950-800-32350-850-34900-900-37600-970-40510 (38)
REVISED SCALE - 2015 :  XVIII 29760-820-30580-880-33220-950-36070-1030-39160-1110-42490-1190-46060-1270-49870-1360-53950-1460-58330-1560-63010-1660-67990-1760-73270-1880-78910-2020-80930 (38)

EXISTING SCALE - 2010 :  XIX 16150-450-17050-490-18520-530-20110-570-21820-610-23650-650-25600-700-27700-750-29950-800-32350-850-34900-900-37600-970-40510-1040-42590 (38)
REVISED SCALE - 2015 :  XIX 31460-880-33220-950-36070-1030-39160-1110-42490-1190-46060-1270-49870-1360-53950-1460-58330-1560-63010-1660-67990-1760-73270-1880-78910-2020-84970  (38)

EXISTING SCALE - 2010 :  XX 18030-490-18520-530-20110-570-21820-610-23650-650-25600-700-27700-750-29950-800-32350-850-34900-900-37600-970-40510-1040-43630 (35)
REVISED SCALE - 2015 :  XX 35120-950-36070-1030-39160-1110-42490-1190-46060-1270-49870-1360-53950-1460-58330-1560-63010-1660-67990-1760-73270-1880-78910-2020-84970–2160–87130 (35)

EXISTING SCALE - 2010 :  XXI 19050-530-20110-570-21820-610-23650-650-25600-700-27700-750-29950-800-32350-850-34900-900-37600-970-40510-1040-43630-1110-45850 (35)
REVISED SCALE - 2015 :  XXI 37100-1030-39160-1110-42490-1190-46060-1270-49870-1360-53950-1460-58330-1560-63010-1660-67990-1760-73270-1880-78910-2020-84970-2160-91450 (35)

EXISTING SCALE - 2010 :  XXII 20680-570-21820-610-23650-650-25600-700-27700-750-29950-800-32350-850-34900-900-37600-970-40510-1040-43630-1110-46960(33)
REVISED SCALE - 2015 :  XXII 40270-1110-42490-1190-46060-1270-49870-1360-53950-1460-58330-1560-63010-1660-67990-1760-73270-1880-78910-2020-84970-2160-91450-2330-93780 (33)

EXISTING SCALE - 2010 :  XXIII 21820-610-23650-650-25600-700-27700-750-29950-800-32350-850-34900-900-37600-970-40510-1040-43630-1110-46960-1200-48160(32)
REVISED SCALE - 2015 :  XXIII 42490-1190-46060-1270-49870-1360-53950-1460-58330-1560-63010-1660-67990-1760-73270-1880-78910-2020-84970-2160-91450-2330-96110 (32)

EXISTING SCALE - 2010 :  XXIV 23650-650-25600-700-27700-750-29950-800-32350-850-34900-900-37600-970-40510-1040-43630-1110-46960--1200-49360 (30)
REVISED SCALE - 2015 :  XXIV 46060-1270-49870-1360-53950-1460-58330-1560-63010-1660-67990-1760-73270-1880-78910-2020-84970-2160-91450-2330-98440 (30)

EXISTING SCALE - 2010 :  XXV 25600-700-27700-750-29950-800-32350-850-34900-900-37600-970-40510-1040-43630-1110-46960--1200-50560 (28)
REVISED SCALE - 2015 :  XXV 49870-1360-53950-1460-58330-1560-63010-1660-67990-1760-73270-1880-78910-2020-84970-2160-91450-2330-100770 (28)

EXISTING SCALE - 2010 :  XXVI 27000-700-27700-750-29950-800-32350-850-34900-900-37600-970-40510-1040-43630-1110-46960--1200-51760(27)
REVISED SCALE - 2015 :  XXVI 52590-1360-53950-1460-58330-1560-63010-1660-67990-1760-73270-1880-78910-2020-84970-2160-91450-2330-100770-2520-103290 (27)11

EXISTING SCALE - 2010 :  XXVII 29200-750-29950-800-32350-850-34900-900-37600-970-40510-1040-43630-1110-46960-1200-51760-1300-53060 (25)
REVISED SCALE - 2015 :  XXVII 56870-1460-58330-1560-63010-1660-67990-1760-73270-1880-78910-2020-84970-2160–91450-2330-100770-2520-105810 (25)

EXISTING SCALE - 2010 :  XXVIII 31550-800-32350-850-34900-900-37600-970-40510-1040-43630-1110-46960-1200-51760-1300-53060 (22)
REVISED SCALE - 2015 :  XXVIII 61450-1560-63010-1660-67990-1760-73270-1880-78910-2020-84970-2160-91450-2330- 100770-2520-105810 (22)

EXISTING SCALE - 2010 :  XXIX 34050-850-34900-900-37600-970-40510-1040-43630-1110-46960-1200-51760-1300-54360(20)
REVISED SCALE - 2015 :  XXIX 66330-1660-67990-1760-73270-1880-78910-2020-84970-2160-91450-2330-100770-2520–108330 (20)

EXISTING SCALE - 2010 :  XXX 37600-970-40510-1040-43630-1110-46960-1200-51760-1300-54360 (16)
REVISED SCALE - 2015 :  XXX 73270-1880-78910-2020-84970-2160-91450-2330-100770-2520-108330 (16)

EXISTING SCALE - 2010 :  XXXI 41550-1040-43630-1110-46960-1200-51760-1300-55660 (13)
REVISED SCALE - 2015 :  XXXI 80930-2020- 84970-2160-91450-2330-100770-2520-110850 (13)

EXISTING SCALE - 2010 :  XXXII 44740-1110-46960-1200-51760-1300-55660 (10)
REVISED SCALE - 2015 :  XXXII 87130-2160-91450-2330-100770-2520-110850 (10)12

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SCHEDULE – II
[See Rules 2 (4) and 3 (2)]

DEPARTMENTAL SCHEDULES

NOTE TO SCHEDULE – II

1. In Column ‘Existing Scale’ and ‘Revised Scale’ of Schedule-II, the minimum and maximum of the scales of pay have been indicated, for the rates of increments, the Corresponding Scales in Schedule-I may be referred to.

2. Whenever the expression ‘Common Category’ occurs in the column ‘Revised Scale’ of the Schedule-II, the Revised Scale of pay indicated against the category in Schedule-II under Common category may be referred to.

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List of Abbreviations used

1. E.I.   :  Existing Incumbent

2. F.E   :  Future Entrant

3. N.I.S   :  Not included in the Schedule of 2010 Pay Scales

4. (P)   :  Personal to the Existing incumbent

5. (Q)   :  Qualified

6. (U.Q)   :  Unqualified

7. E.I.P.   :  Existing Incumbent as Personal

Download G.O.Ms.No.46, Dated: 30-04-2015

G.O.Ms.No.48, Dt:30.4.15 :: Revised Pay Scales 2015 – House Rent Allowance (HRA)

G.O.Ms.No.48, Dt:30.4.2015 ::  PUBLIC SERVICES – Revised Pay Scales 2015 – House Rent Allowance (HRA) - Orders – Issued.

Read the following:
1. G.O.Ms.No.59, Finance (PC.I) Department, Dated: 11.04.2011
2. G.O.Ms.No.95, General Administration (Spl.A) Department, Dated: 28.02.2013
3. G.O.Ms.No.46, Finance (HRM.V-PC) Department, Dated: 30.04.2015.

Order:
1.In the reference second cited above, the Government of Andhra Pradesh constituted the Tenth Pay Revision Commission (PRC). The PRC, after extensive consultations with the employees’ representatives and due consideration of the pay and allowances of the public servants, has made certain recommendations.

2. The Government, after due consideration of the recommendations of the PRC, hereby orders the following:
i) the existing classification of cities, towns and the rates of allowance ordered in G.O. MS. No. 64 dated: 09.03.2010 and G.O.MS.No.59, dated: 11.04.2011 of Finance (PC-I) Department, shall be retained for the purpose of admissibility of House Rent Allowance as indicated below.
CLASSIFICATION OF CITIES AND TOWNS FOR HRA
Hyderabad and Secunderabad classified as A1 City and areas falling within the jurisdiction of Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation :: 30% of Basic Pay
Ananthapur, Eluru, Greater Visakhapatnam Municipal Corporation, Guntur, Kadapa, Kakinada, Kurnool, Nandyal, Nellore, Ongole, Proddatur, Rajahmundry, Tirupathi, Vijayawada, Vizianagaram :: 20% of Basic Pay
1. Srikakulam 2. Palasa, Kasibugga (Srikakulam Dist.) 3. Parvathipuram 4. Bobbili (Vizianagaram Dist.) 5. Tuni, 6.Samalkot, 7. Pithapuram 8. Mandapet, 9. Amalapuram (East Godavari Dist.) 10. Tadepalligudem, 11. Tanuku, 12.Bhimavaram, 13.Narasapur, 14.Palakole (West Godavari Dist.) 15. Jaggaiahpet, 16. Nuzvid, 17.Gudivada, 18.Machilipatnam (Krishna Dist.) 19. Macherla, 20.Piduguralla, 21. Tadepalle, 22. Mangalagiri, 23.Sattenapalle, 24. Vinukonda, 25. Narasaraopet, 26.Chilakaluripet, 27. Tenali, 28. Ponnur, 29. Bapatla, 30.Repalle (Guntur Dist.) 31. Markapur, 32. Chirala, 33.Kandukur (Prakasam Dist.), 34. Kavali 35. Gudur, 36.Venkatagiri (Nellore Dist.) 37. Badvel, 38.Jammalamadugu, 39. Pulivendla, 40. Rayachoti, 41.Rajampet, (Kadapa Dist.) 42. Yemmiganur 43. Adoni, 44. Dhone (Kurnool Dist.), 45. Rayadurg, 46. Guntakal, 47. Tadipatri 48. Dharmavaram, 49. Kadiri, 50. Hindupur (Anantapur Dist.) 51. Srikalahasti, 52. Madanapalli, 53. Nagari, 54. Puttur, 55. Punganur, 56. Chittoor and 57. Palamaner (Chittoor Dist.) :: 14.5% of basic pay
Other Municipalities :: 12% of basic Pay
ii) The above entitlement shall be subject to a ceiling of Rs.20,000 per month for employees working and living in the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation. For other places, the ceiling of HRA shall be Rs.15,000.

3. These orders are applicable to:
i) Employees of the State Government;
ii) Employees of Local Bodies and Aided Institutions, including Aided
Polytechnics, in respect of those drawing pay in regular pay scale in the Revised
Pay Scales of 2015; and
iii) Work-charged establishment in respect of those drawing pay in regular pay scale in the Revised Pay Scales of 2015.

4. The revised HRA rates being ordered in this Government Order shall not be applicable to the following categories of employees, who shall continue to draw the allowance at the existing rates:
i) Teachers working in the Universities, affiliated degree colleges both under Government and Aided managements who are drawing pay in the UGC/ ICAR/ AICTE pay Scales;
ii) Officers of All India Services (AIS);

5. Separate Orders will be issued in respect of officers of Andhra Pradesh Higher Judicial Services and Andhra Pradesh State Judicial Services. These orders shall not apply to the Police personnel in the rank of Inspectors and below for whom separate orders will be issued by the Home Department.

6. These orders shall come into force with effect from June 02, 2014. The revised rates of HRA shall be paid in cash along with the salary in the Revised Pay Scales 2015, from the month of April 2015.

7. The Government will issues necessary amendments to the Andhra Pradesh Public Employment (House Rent Allowance) Rules 1988.

Download G.O.Ms.No.48, Dt:30.4.2015

01 May, 2015

పీఆర్సీపై 4 జీవోలు (నంబర్లు మాత్రమే) జారీ

పీఆర్సీపై 4 జీవోల నంబర్ల జారీ
43 శాతం ఫిట్మెంట్, నూతన వేతనాల స్థిరీకరణకు అవసరమయ్యే డీఏ, హెచ్ఆర్ఏ, సీసీఏ.. మొత్తం నాలుగు జీవోలు (నం. 46, 47, 48, 49) గురువారం రాత్రి వెబ్సైట్లో పెట్టారు. జీవోలకు నంబర్లు మాత్రమే ఇచ్చామని, పూర్తి జీవోలను శుక్రవారం అప్లోడ్ చేస్తామని ఆర్థిక శాఖ అధికారుల వారు చెప్పారు. ఏప్రిల్ నుంచి కాకుండా మే నుంచి కొత్త వేతనాలు అమలవుతాయని ప్రభుత్వం ప్రకటించింది. ఇలాంటి పరిస్థితుల్లో పీఆర్సీ మిగతా సిఫారసుల అమలుకు గాను జీవోల కోసం మళ్లీ కాళ్లరిగేలా తిరగకతప్పదని ఉద్యోగ సంఘాలు అభిప్రాయపడుతున్నాయి.

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4. అంత్యక్రియల ఖర్చు రూ. 10 వేల నుంచి రూ. 20 వేలకు పెంపు.
5. 25 ఏళ్లపాటు సర్వీసు ఉంటే పూర్తి పెన్షన్కు అర్హత.
6. కాంట్రాక్టు, అవుట్ సోర్సింగ్ ఉద్యోగినులకు వేతనంతో కూడిన ప్రసూతి సెలవు.
7. ఎల్టీసీ (లీవ్ ట్రావెల్ కన్సెషన్) పరిమితి రూ. 12,500 నుంచి రూ.18,750కు పెంపు.
8. పిల్లల చదువులకు చెల్లించే ట్యూషన్ ఫీజు రూ. 1,000 నుంచి రూ.2,500కు పెంపు.

G.O.Ms.No.22, Dt:29.4.15 :: Amendment to Guidelines for Admission into AP Model Schools

GO.22 - Amendment to Guidelines for Admission into AP Model Schools

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G.O.Ms.No:23, Dt: 29.4.15 :: English Medium in All KGBVs in Andhra Pradesh from 2015-16

English Medium in All KGBVs in Andhra Pradesh from 2015-16

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All MEOs of Prakasam have to submit filled proforma of PINDICS on or before 02.05.2015

Project officer, SSA, Prakasam requested All MEOs of Prakasam Dist. to submit filled proforma of PINDICS attached here on or before 02.05.2015

PINDICS FORMAT

PRC 2015 ALL AVAILABLE G.O's of ANDHRA PRADESH

PRC G.OS FOR PAY SCALES ::
GO.Ms.No.46, Dt: 30.4.15
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DA(@0.524% initial rate)::
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HRA( (12/14.5/20/30 %) ::
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CCA ::
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Notional Benifit from 1.7.13 to 1.6.14

Credit to PF A/C from 2.6.14 to 31.4.2015

Cash from April 2015 onwards

ప్రభుత్వం ఆమోదించాల్సిన సిఫారసులివే..
1. కేంద్ర ప్రభుత్వం తరహాలో మహిళా ఉద్యోగులకు 2 ఏళ్లపాటు పిల్లల సంరక్షణ సెలవు.
2. ఈఎల్స్ను ఉద్యోగ విరమణ సమయంలో నగదుగా మార్చుకొనే అవకాశాన్ని స్థానిక సంస్థల ఉద్యోగులు, టీచర్లు, ఎయిడెడ్ విద్యా సంస్థల సిబ్బందికి పునరుద్ధరణ.
3. పే స్కేళ్లు పెరిగిన నేపథ్యంలో.. రిటైర్మెంట్ గ్రాట్యుటీ గరిష్ట పరిమితి రూ. 8 లక్షల నుంచి రూ. 12 లక్షలకు పెంపు.
4. అంత్యక్రియల ఖర్చు రూ. 10 వేల నుంచి రూ. 20 వేలకు పెంపు.
5. 25 ఏళ్లపాటు సర్వీసు ఉంటే పూర్తి పెన్షన్కు అర్హత.
6. కాంట్రాక్టు, అవుట్ సోర్సింగ్ ఉద్యోగినులకు వేతనంతో కూడిన ప్రసూతి సెలవు.
7. ఎల్టీసీ (లీవ్ ట్రావెల్ కన్సెషన్) పరిమితి రూ. 12,500 నుంచి రూ.18,750కు పెంపు.
8. పిల్లల చదువులకు చెల్లించే ట్యూషన్ ఫీజు రూ. 1,000 నుంచి రూ.2,500కు పెంపు.

30 April, 2015

G.O.MS.No. 45, Dated:21.04.2015 ::

G.O.MS.No. 45, Dated:21.04.2015 :: Finance Department – Comprehensive Financial Management System (CFMS) –Instructions to furnish Data and administrative hierarchies and implementation of budget distribution through CFMS– Orders – Issued.

ORDER:
The Government is in the process of operationalizing Comprehensive Financial Management System (CFMS) in order to establish state-of-the art IT applications foreffective public financial management. It will provide seamless and dynamic interface withall stakeholders and facilitate real-time resources management, both financial and human.It will fundamentally change the way government manages its public finances with real time management of funds. CFMS uses the Commercial off-the-Shelf (COTS) based SAP platform forcomplete integration of all activities like Budget, Expenditure, HRMS, Revenue,Accounts, Ways & Means and Debt management.

2. The Government has selected the following three modules for the first phase roll out of CFMS:
* Human Resource Management –Leave and loan approvals and payments; payroll and Employee Self Service
* Budget distribution and Control – budget distribution till the last functional / operational unit
* Expenditure Management – Non-works – expenditure proposals and
sanctions, bill processing and bill payments

3. The prerequisites for roll out include putting in place the relevant master and other basic data besides capturing the administrative and financial decision hierarchies. The matter was discussed in the Secretaries conference as well as in the Heads of Departments (HoDs) conference on 10th April, 2015 and it has been decided that the date for state-wide roll out of the CFMS would be the 1st of July, 2015. In the meantime the above mentioned prerequisites need to be fulfilled for which the Secretariat Department / HoDsshall take proactive measures for successful data capture and eventual roll out.

4. In this context the Government hereby direct all the Heads of Departments of all Government departments and District Collectors to ensure the following for well-coordinated implementation of CFMS:
a. Constitution of a dedicated team (CFMS Implementation Team)headed by a senior officer not below the rank of Deputy Secretary to the Government, in case of a Secretariat Department or a Joint Director/Joint Commissioner in case of Heads of Departments, who shall be empowered to report only to the Principal Secretary / Secretary to Government / Head of the Department, as the case may be on implementation issues.
b. Constitution of district level teams by each department for overseeing project
implementation within the district. These teams shall report to the District Collector on the progress of data capture.
c. The CFMS team of a department with the help of the district teams shall map out the offices in the departmental organization chart to the last mile including those offices which do not have DDOs.Only such detailed mapping would facilitate budget preparation and distribution to each and every functional unit of the department, which is an important objective of CFMS implementation.
d. All the DDOs are assigned the task of entry and/or validation of data relating to the employees, hierarchies and workflow for all employees/ offices linked to them. To facilitatethis “DDO Self registration process” has been incorporated on the CFMS Portal the detailed procedure is indicated in the Annexure to this order. The DDO shall complete the data entry/validation process using the new User ID created in the DDO Self registration process.
e. The data available in the Treasury “Integrated Management of Pay and Accounts and Treasuries department” (IMPACT) package and other information collected and available with the Finance Department has already been uploaded into the CFMS system to facilitate the data capture process. Detailed instructions for data entry/validation are indicated in the annexure.
f. To further facilitate the process the Finance Department will hold trainings in the video conference mode for the benefit of departmental users across the state on dates to be informed in due course.User manuals, video tutorials and helpline
numbers for the support are made available on the CFMS portal for the benefit of the users.
g. The DDO has to print the validated data and get approval of the Heads of Offices and send a copy to the Treasury/PAO concerned and one copy to the HoD concerned.
h. The expenditure module will be operationalized for all the departments by 1st July, 2015. Thereforeall the HoDs shall, immediately after completion of data entry including the hierarchy, distribute budget to all the Heads of District offices of the departments (SCOs) and thereafter the District Heads of the departments shall further distribute to all functional units under their jurisdiction.
i. The expenditure module requires that the financial delegations are defined in the  CFMS for all the departments. Departments are requested to submit proposals for  inclusion of items of expenditure not covered by the GOs in vogue with a view to bring the list up to date. The values for the items of expenditure in the delegations were also defined atleast 15 years ago and need to be revised to make them more realistic. Also for routine items of expenditure like electricity bills and rents, departments are requested to recommend norms for adequate budgeting. These proposals may reach the Finance Department by 30th April, 2015.
j. CFMS envisages enhanced security of operations and information. In the first phase of roll out, all authorizing officers in the approval hierarchies would have Aadhar based biometric authentication facility.Necessary instruction in this regard will be issued in the due course in consultation with the IT&C Department.
k. As the implementation of 10th PRC recommendation is to be done through CFMS, the HoDsshall ensure completion of data entry/validation through the data capture module by 30th April, 2015. It shall be ensured that the data from 01.07.2013 required for pay fixations in 10th Pay Revision Commission be taken from the service registers of the employees.They shall send a completion report in this regard to the administrative department concerned by 5th May, 2015
l. For any clarification on matters contained in this GO, the following officials of the Finance Department may be approached:
i) Ms. Hema Munivenkatappa, IA&AS Special Secretary
ii) Sri. K.N. Malleswara Rao, Joint Secretary
iii) CFMS PMU team

5.
If any difficulty is experienced in uploading the data, the same may be brought to the
notice of the Treasury Officers/PAO concerned and also the following CFMS team
memberswho will make necessary arrangements for uploading of data by the DDOs.

1. M. Madhuri, 9951574888, mmuddana@deloitte.com
2. G. Chaitanya, 8142567304, chaitanyag@deloitte.com
3. Arvind Kumar, 8341462838, arvind.p@niit-tech.com
4. Nageswara Rao, 7032929314, vvs.7.gamini@niit-tech.com
5. Kranthi, 7032929312, kranthi.7.madishetty@niit-tech.com

6. The Director of Treasuries & Accounts,A.P,The Director of Works and Accounts A.P, and Pay and Accounts Officer, A.P, Hyderabadshallliaise with the HODs, Deputy Directors and Pay and Accounts Officersconcerned and use the resources at their disposal to ensure that the data capture by the DDOs is carried out smoothly.

7.The District Collectors with the help of the District heads of Departments shall ensure that the data capture and validation by all the functional units of all the departments in their respective district is completed before the due dates in the para No.6 above.

ANNEXURE to G.O.MS.No. 45: FINANCE (OP.II-CFMS) DEPARTMENT, dt.21.04.2015

Instructions to the Drawing and Disbursing Officers:

1. The DDOs have to login to the website “http://cfms.apfinance.gov.in” by usingtheir existing log-in ID (DDO code) issued by the Director of Treasuries and Accounts (DTA) using the default password “ddocode@1” (e.g. for DDO code 10102345 the password would be “10102345@1”).

2. After the first login the DDO has to select his details from the employees list available under his login for automatic generation of user id in CFMS within four hours.

3. After generation of user id in CFMS, DDO has to login with the new user id using the default password employee number followed by date of birth in ddmm format. For eg if the employee number is 12345 and the DoB is 16th of July the password will be 123451607. DDO has to change the password and set a new password. The system has been designed to provide for change of password by the DDOs. They may remember the password and should not disclose toanyone to maintain integrity in dataentry. The DDOs will be held responsible for any errors in dataentry if any passwords are misused or the data is enteredwithout the knowledge of the DDOs.

4. After setting the new password, the DDO has to first enter/validate the details of his own office and the details of the subordinate offices if any and also the details of the next higher office to which the unit office in which the DDO works will report.

5. After finishing the entry of the above data, the DDO has to go through the user manual available on the website for a better understanding of all the fields of different screens intended to capture the data of different modules in CFMS.

6. After go through the user manual, the following have to be entered by the DDO:

S.No - Name of the Task - Details of the Task
a. Cadre strength - Providing the details of Sanctioned strength and working strength for each post under Regular  employees.
b. Assign employees - Validation of list of employees working in DDO office and in the subordinate offices for whom he/she is acting as DDO.
c. Create sections - Creation of sections available in the DDO office and in the subordinate offices for whom he /she is acting as DDO*.
d. Assign posts to sections - Mapping of all posts to the relevant sections
e. Leave approval hierarchy - Creation of workflow for recommendation and sanction of all types of leaves.
f. Leave balances - Entering the leave balances as on 18th April 2015 for all leave types for all employees.
g. Loan approval hierarchy - Creation of workflow for recommendation and sanction of all types of loans.
h. Loan balances - Entering the outstanding balances (as on 1st April 2015, i.e. before the submission of pay bill for 1st April 2015) for all types of loans for all employees.
i. PRC details - Details of pay scale, EoL, Suspension etc.

* - whereas the sections in his own office are to be created with their existing names, subordinate offices located at other places, the letter “SFU”followed by the station in which it is located shall be entered. (for ex: where MEO,Movva is the DDO for an primary/upper primary school and the school is located in Kuchipudi village, The MEO,Movva (DDO) for capturing the school as a subordinate functional office under MEO, Movva (DDO) will create a section with the name “SFU” Kuchipudi)
7. The DDO has to verify the details of employees available in his login and authenticate the
data tobe uploaded. After entry of the details in CFMS, he should save the details in each
screen. After completion of the data entry the DDO has to take a printout through theCFMS
and duly signed and submit to HOO for verification and countersign it duly verifying with the relevant office orders, Service Registers etc. Then DDO can submit the details in CFMS by
using the option “final submit”. The copies of countersigned forms have to be submitted to
the Treasury Officer/PAO along with the pay bill. With a copy marking to HoDs
8. DDOsshall complete the above within 10 working days, in any case not laterthan
30.04.2015.

Download G.O.MS No.45, Dated:21.04.2015

DDO Guidelines for Data entry in to CFMS Website

28 April, 2015

F.No.1-1 /2014, Dt: 31.3.15 :: Conduct of Lateral Entry Test 2015 for Class IX for Admission of Studentsin JNVs during the Academic year 2015-16

Website: www.navodaya.nk.in / navodaya.gov.in
Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti
Ministry of Human Resource Development
Department of School Education & Literacy
Goverment of India
31-15, T-201309
B-15, Sector 62, Institutional Area, Noida, G.B. Nagar, U.P-201309

F.No.1-1 /2014
NVS(Exam)
Dated: .03.2015

Most Immediate
To
The Deputy Commissioner
Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti
All Regional Offices

Subject: Conduct of Lateral Entry Test 2015 for Class IX for Admission of Studentsin JNVs during the Academic year 2015-16

Sir/Madam,
It is to inform that the Lateral Entry Test for admission of students to Class IX inJawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas is decided to be held on 7th June 2015 (Sunday). The lastdate of submission of Application Form at JNV is 15th May 2015 (Friday).Please find enclosed herewith the following documents for the conduct of LateralEntry Test 2015:
i) Time Activity Schedule
ii) Prospectus-cum-Application Form ( Model Question Paper must be added asper the past practice at your level)
iii) Notification (to be issued by the Regional Offices)

It is requested to adhere to the scheduled programme so that all activities arecompleted in time and selected students for Class IX start their studies in Jawahar NavodayaVidyalayas by 15th July 2015 positively. Guidelines for evaluation of Answer Sheets will beissued separately.It is also requested to keep the Samiti appraised on fortnightly basis about Ineprogress.

Complete Document on Lateral Entry in to 9th class in JNV's containing Application, Prospectus, Test weightages

G.O.MS.No. 42, Dt:13.4.15 :: All ddo's have to submit reconciliation along with bills from this month onwards

G.O.MS.No. 42, FINANCE (TFR) DEPARTMENT, Dt:13.4.15 :: Reconciliation of Departmental figures with those booked in the Treasuries and the figuresbooked in the Accountant General's Office - Responsibility of the Drawing Officers, ChiefControlling Officers and Treasury Officers- Further orders - Issued.
Read the following:-
1. G.O.Ms.No.277, Finance&Planning (FIN.WING.ACCTS) Department,dated:06.06.1990
2. G.O.Ms.No.507,Finance(TFR)Department,dated: 10.04.20002
3. From the Sri Pravindra Yadav, IA&AS., Accountant General (A&E) A.P. HyderabadD.O.Lr.No. AG(A&E)/TM(A/cs)II/U.I/32-2/2014-2015/l 18969,dated:26.09.2014 anddated:2.3.2015.
4. U.O. Note. NO.1241/36/TFR/2015-1, Finance(TFR)Department, dated: 05.03.2015.
ORDER:
1. According to para 16 of the A.P. Budget Manual, every Chief Controlling Officershould watch the progress of expenditure continuously, and for this purpose, he/she shouldrequire of actual expenditure during the previous month and figures of actual expenditureduring the previous month and the liabilities incurred but not yet paid. Each disbursingofficer should therefore maintain a register in Form B of disbursements and liabilities. Assoon as a bill is cashed at the treasury it should be posted in the appropriate columns of theregister against the district treasury in which the payment is made. The Disbursing Officerand the Chief Controlling Officer shall reconcile the figures of expenditure with those bookedin the treasury by sending their clerks to the District Treasury and they should see that thisreconciliation work is completed not later than the 4th of the each month for the expenditureincurred in the previous month. The Chief Controlling Officer should consolidate the totalsof his own expenditure and that shown in the extracts from the registers of the subordinateControlling Officers and he/she should send a clerk of his/her office to the AccountantGeneral's Office with the departmental registers quarterly on a date to be fixed to eachdepartment by the Accountant General.
2. In the G.O. 1st read above, Government directed that
   • The treasury shall prescribe a date on which each Drawing Officer shall reconcile hisfigures of receipts and accordingly the Drawing Officers shall reconcile monthlyfigures with the treasury or Pay and Accounts Officer as the case may be.
   • Unless the reconciliation for the previous month is completed before 4th of thesucceeding month, the salary of the Head of office shall not be allowed to be paid forthe following month.
   • The salary of the concerned officer who is responsible for reconciliation work in theCCO Office, shall not be allowed to be paid by the Pay and Accounts Officer for thesecond month in the next quarter if a certificate of reconciliation with AccountantGenerel's figures is not furnished to the Pay and Accounts Officer.
   • The Treasuries and the Pay and Accounts Office shall furnish the list of Officers whofail to reconcile the figures with the treasuries to the concerned Heads of Departmentsfor information. The treasuries and the Pay and Accounts Office shall maintain aregister showing the dates on which the Drawing Officers shall reconcile the figuresof receipts and expenditure, the dates on which the reconciliation was made by theofficers and shall verify the correctness of the certificates furnished by the DrawingOfficer along with the pay bills.
3. In the G.0.2nd read above, Government while reiterating the orders issued in theG. 0.1st read above, further ordered that no Treasury Officer shall permit any amount to bedrawn by the concerned D.D.Os after 10th of the month until and unless the Reconciliation ofAccounts (all kinds of Receipts and Expenditure figures) upto the previous month iscompleted and the certificate to that extent is appended to the Bills.
4. In the reference 3rd read above, the Accountant General (A&E) A. P. Hyderabad hasinformed that a total of 329 Reconciliation Certificates per month (Receipts-67 andExpenditure- 262) are due from various CCOs. A scrutiny of RCs due to the end of 31stDecember 2014 reveals that 1282 RCs in respect of A/cs from June 2014 to September,2014are due to be received by his Office. He has requested to direct all the Chief ControllingOfficers to reconcile the receipt and expenditure figures with those recorded in A.G books ofaccount in order to facilitate timely reconciliation.
5. In the reference 4th read above all the Departments of Secretariat are requested toissue instructions to the Heads of Departments/ Chief Controlling Officers under their'administrative control with a direction to complete the reconciliation work both receipts andexpenditure by 20.03.2015
6. Government after careful review of the matter with reference to the progress ofreconciliation of accounts hereby reiterates that the orders issued in the GO.s 1st and 2nd readabove and order further that the said orders shall be effectively enforced by all TreasuryOfficers / Pay and Accounts Officers and the HODs/DDOs to complete the reconciliationwork in time lines as prescribed by the Accountant General.
7. All the Treasury Officers are directed to furnish Reconciliation Status report of alldepartmentsupto the preceding month as annexed to this order to the Director of Treasuriesand Accounts/Pay and Accounts Officer, A.P., Hyderabad by the end of the each month.
8. The salary of the Treasury Officer for the next following month shall not be allowedwho fails to furnish the Reconciliation Status report. Any deviation in this regard will beviewed seriously.
9. The Director of Treasuries and Accounts and the Pay and Accounts Officer, A.P.,Hyderabad shall furnish compliance report in this regard to Government every month.
10. All Heads of the Departments are requested to initiate suitable measures to hoop thereconciliation of receipts and expenditure at all levels upto date.
11. The Secretariat Departments shall ensure that these orders should be followedscrupulously.

Annexure
 
Status report on Reconciliation of Departmental Accounts 
for the month of xx/xxxx.




Download G.O.MS.No. 42, Dt:13.4.15

G.O.MS.No.10, Dt: 24.9.14 :: Inclusion of Kalinga Komati / Kalinga Vysya Caste under Group-D at Sl.No.48 inthe A.P.List of B.C's for Srikakulam, Vizianagaram and Vishakapatnam dist.'s

G.O.MS.No. 10, B.C.WELFARE (C) DEPARTMENT, Dated: 24.09.2014 :: Inclusion ofKalinga Komati / Kalinga Vysya Caste under Group-D at Sl.No.48 inthe A.P. List of Backward Classes for the purpose of Article 15(4) and16(4) of the Constitution of India and the area of operation shall beconfined to Srikakulam, Vizianagaram and Vishakapatnam districtsonly - Orders - Issued.

Read the following:
1. G.O.Ms.No.1793, Education Department,dated 23.09.1970.
2. From the Chairman, A.P. Commission for BackwardClasses, Hyderabad, D.O. Letter No.Cl/195/2006, dated21.02.2009.

ORDER:
1. In the G.O. 1st read above, the Government have approved thelist of Backward Classes (other than Scheduled castes and ScheduledTribes) and declared that the castes and communities specified inAnnexure-I to the said order are Socially and Educationally BackwardClasses for the purpose of Article 15(4) and 16(4) of the Constitutionof India.

2. The President, District Kalinga Komati Association and otherssubmitted representations requesting to include Kalinga Komati /Kalinga Vysya Castes / Communities in the list of Backward Classes.

3. In the reference 2nd read above, the Chairman, A.P.Commissionfor Backward Classes, Hyderabad has submitted a report,recommending that the Kalinga Komati / Kalinga Vysya caste issocially, educationally, economically and politically backward and fit tobe included in the list of Backward Classes for the purpose of Articles15(4) and 16(4) of the Constitution of India under Group - D atSI.No.46 and the area of operation shall be confined to Srikakulam,Vizianagaram, Visakhapatnam Hyderabad and Ranga Reddy Districts.

4. The complete unedited list of BC-D castes including deletedcastes comprises of 47 castes. Consequent to deletion of Nelli &Poosala castes, the Kalinga Komati caste will be 46th in the list of BC-Dcastes.

5. The Government, after careful examination of the matter, havedecided to accept the recommendation of the A.P. Commission forBackward Classes, Hyderabad i.e., "inclusion of Kalinga Komati /Kalinga Vysya caste under Group-D at SI.No.46 (which is SI.No.48th ofthe BC-D unedited list) and the area of operation shall be confining toSrikakulam, Vizianagaram and Vishakapatnam districts only in the A.P.List of Backward Classes for the purpose of Article 15(4) and 16(4) ofthe Constitution of India.

6. Accordingly, Government hereby order that the caste "KalingaKomati / Kalinga Vysya" be included in the A.P. List of BackwardClasses under Group-D at Serial No.48 for the purpose of Articles15(4) and 16(4) of the Constitution of India and the area of operationshall be confined to Srikakulam, Vizianagaram and VisakhapatnamDistricts only.

7. The Commissioner, Backward Classes Welfare, Hyderabad andall the District Collectors are hereby directed to take necessary actionaccordingly.

8. A copy of this order is available on the internet and can beaccessed at the address http://goir.ap.gov.in.

Download G.O.MS.No.10, Dt: 24.9.14

G.O.Rt.No.254, Dt:27.4.15 :: Medical Reimbursment faciloty for AP Employees extended upto 30-6-2015 along with EHS in parallel.

G.O.Rt.No.254, HEALTH MEDICAL AND FAMILY WELFARE (1.1) DEPARTMENT, Dated.27 -04-2015 :: Health, Medical & Family welfare - Employees Health scheme and MedicalReimbursement system under APIMA Rules 1972 - Further extension - Orders -Issued.

Read the following:
1. G.O.Ms.No.159, HM&FW(I.) Dept., dt.22-12-2014.
2. G.O.Rt.No.113, HM&FW(I.) Dept., dt.28-02-2015.
3. Representation from the Chairman, JAC, Employees, Teachers, Workersand Pensioners, Andhra Pradesh, Dated : 17-04-2015

ORDER:
1. In the Government orders 1st read above, following orders were issued inpara 3 of (v) in respect of Employees Health Scheme."The Employees Health scheme and medical reimbursement system underAPIMA Rules, 1972 shall run parallel till 28-02-2015 and the medical claims ofthe employees / pensioners under reimbursement system shall be processedin accordance with the APIMA Rules, 1972 and the orders issued thereunder"

2. In the Government orders 2nd read above, Govt has extended the aboveprovision upto 30-4-2015 along with Employees Health Scheme in parallel.

3. In the letter 3rd read above, the Chairman, Joint Action Committee,Employees, Teachers, Workers and Pensioners, Andhra Pradesh has requested theGovernment to extend the above provision upto 30-6-2015 along with EmployeesHealth Scheme in parallel.

4. Government after careful examination hereby extend the reimbursementfacility as indicated para 3 of (v) in the G.O. 1st read above upto 30-6-2015.

5. All concerned are requested to take necessary action accordingly.

Download G.O.Rt.No.254, Dt:27.4.15

26 April, 2015

Rc.No. 1707, Dt;21-4-15 :: Re-engaging of the services of the certain personnel on Out sourcing/Contract basis in the SSA for 2015-16

Rc.No. 1707/SSA-AP/A9/2015, PROCEEDINGS OF THE SPD, SSA, AP, HYD, Dated;21-04-2015 :: Re-engaging of the servicesof the certain personnel on Out sourcing/Contract basis in theSSA for the year 2015-16- Certain instructions '-issued-Regarding.

Ref:- Project Approval Board (PAB) meeting held on 05.02.15.

Order:

1. All the Project Officers of SSA in the state are informed that the ProjectApproval Board of SSA met in New Delhi on 05.02.2015 and approved the budgettentatively for CRCs and BRCs for the year 2015-16.

02. Hence, all the Project Officers of SSA in the state are requested to re-engagethe services of MIS Coordinators, Data Entry Operators, Cluster Resource Persons,Divisional Level Monitoring Teams and Asst Sectoral Officers (NGO) on contractbasis/out sourcing to work from 01.05.2015 till the end of the academic year2015-16 in DPOs, Divisional, Mandal, School Complex and School level in thedistricts duly assessing the performance.

03. A model contract form and proceedings are enclosed herewith for readyreference. No personnel shall be engaged without entering into contract under anycircumstances. If any deviation is noticed, action will be initiated against theconcerned officers as per rules. While engaging them, assessment of previous yearsperformance shall be strictly assessed.

04. Further all the Project Officers of SSA are requested to collect the informationof the personnel category wise in the format enclosed and furnish the same to theState Project Office within 15 days after engaging the services. The informationshall be updated from time to time based on modifications, if any and kept ready atthe District Project Office and furnish the same to the State Project Office as andwhen required.

05. The services are engaged afresh.

06. Therefore, all the Project Officers of SSA in the stare are requested to followthe norms strictly without any deviations and submit compliance to the StateProject Office.

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Rc.No.1314, Dt:21.4.15 :: Termination of DLMTs, C.R.Ps, Part Time Instructors and Academic Instructors w.e.f 23.4.15 A.N in PRAKASAM

Rc-No. 1314/AP SSA/A4/2014. Dated:21.04.2015, PROCEEDINGS OF PO, SSA, Prakasam :: Termination of DLMTs, C.R.Ps, Part Time Instructors and Academic Instructors w.e.f 23.04.2015 A.N - Orders issued - Reg.

Ref:- Lr. Rc No: 5730/RVM(SSA)/C3/2010/ Dated: 28-04-2014 of
the State Project Director, AP Sarva Siksha Abhiyan,
Hyderabad.

ORDER:
In pursuance of the orders issued in the reference cited, the following Staff who were engaged during 2014-15 on contract basis to work in Divisions, School Complexes and schools are here by terminated on the dates mentioned against their cadres.

1. DLMTs - 23.04.2015 A.N.
2. C.R.Ps - 23.04.2015 A.N.
3. Part Time Instructors (Art Edn, Work Education &PETs) - 23.04.2015 A.N.
4. Academic Instructors (in place of incharqe MEOs) - 23.04.2015 A.N.

The Mandal Educational Officers are here by instructed to inform the same to the concerned and also further instructed to submit the duty certificates upto 23.04.2015 A.N. immediately so as to release their salaries.

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Cir.No:27, Dt.13.4.15, Office of SPD,SSA,AP :: All MEOs and HMs have to Submit Summative III, F2, F3, F4 Results on or before 23.04.2015

Circular No: 27/SSA/A3/201.4 dated. 13.04.2015, Office of the State Project Director, Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad :: All MEO's and HM's have to Submit Summative III, F2, F3, F4 Results on or before 23.04.2015

ORDER:
All the District Educational Officers and Project Officers of SSA in the state are informed that. the Summative III is going on from 13.04.2015 onwards. After the completion of F-I. S-1 & S-11 the data pertaining to Children Performance submitted by
the concerned DPOs to SPO office. Accordingly. the Summative III & Formative's -11, III &IV Children Performance data will  be submit to SPO office in earlier given proforma for future reference.

Further, the Pos & DFOs in the stale are instructed to prepare the data sheets pertaining to Sumnaative --III & Formative's H. Ill &IV Children Performance data for forward to Government before completion of the academic year 2014-15, and it is helpful to prepare future quality initiatives.

Therefore. they are requested to take initiation to communicate above information to all MEOs & HMs in the state to submit on or before 23.04.2015 to State Project Office without fail.

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Project Officer, Sarva Siksha Abhiyan, Prakasam District, Ongole informed all MEOs to submit F2, F3, F4 reports in previous formats on or before 18.04.2015 without fail. S3 report shall be submit immediately after completion of examinations

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Rc.B1/1401/2015, Dt: 1.4.15 :: All DDO's have to Disburse salaries to their staff on or before 5th of Every month

Rc.B1/1401/2015, Dt:01.04.15, Collector's Office, Ongole :: All DDO's have to pay salaries to their staff on or before 5th of Every month

Sub:- Salaries - Prakasam District - Drawing and Disbursement ofsalaries to the staff by the DDOs - Some of the Officers failed topay the salaries in time - Regarding.

Ref:- Collector's Camp Office No.3/2015, Dated:31.03.2015.

Order:
1. It has been come to the notice of the District Collector, Ongole thatsome of the District Officers / Controlling Officers / Drawing and Disbursing Officersare failed to disburse the salaried to their staff in time l.e before 5lh of every month.

2. In this regard, the District Collector, Ongole has directed the DistrictRevenue Officer, Ongole to Instruct all the Officers concerned to take necessaryaction to draw and disburse the salaries to their staff before 5lh of every monthwithout fail.

3. Therefore, all the Officers and DDOs who are authorised to Draw andDisburse the salaries are strictly Instructed to take necessary action to pay thesalaries to the staff in time i.e 5"1 of every month without fall.

4. If any failure found in this regard stringent action will be taken againstthe concerned Drawing and Disbursing Officer for his slackness.

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As per Rc.No.811/SSA/2015,Dt.16.04.2015, Project Officer (FAC), Sarva Siksha Abhiyan, Prakasam District, Ongole communicated True copy to all the MEOs in the District with a request tosubmit the duty certificates of MIS Co., Data Entry Operators, DLMTs, Messengers, CRPS,Part Time Instructors and Academic Instructors on the 1st of every month so as to enablethis office to release the salaries on or before 5th of every month.

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Rc.No.1314, Dt: 17.04.15 :: Instructions issued for Termination of IERTs, Aayahs, and Physiotheraphists w.e.f 23.04.2015

Rc.No. 1314/SSA/IE/A3/2014, Dated: 17.04.2015:: PROCEEDINGS OF THE P.O(FAC), SSA,PRAKASAM DIST., ONGOLE:: Instructions issued for Terminationof IERTs, Aayahs, and Physiotheraphists w.e.f 23.04.2015

Sub:- A.P.Sarva Siksha Abhiyan , Prakasam District - Terminationof IERTs, Aayahs, and Physiotheraphists w.e.f 23.04.2015 -Instructions issued - Reg.

Ref:- Proc. Rc No: 3495/APSSA/IE/A11/2014, Dated: 16-04-2015of the State Project Director, Sarva Siksha Abhiyan, AP,Hyderabad.

ORDER:
In pursuance of the orders issued in the reference cited, the followingStaff who were engaged during 2014-15 on contract basis to work in Mandalsare here by terminated on the dates mentioned against their cadres. They arerequested to stop the physiotherapy activities in the mandals from the closingday of the academic year 2014-15 i.e., 23.04.2015

1IERTs - Date of termination orders effected: 23.04.2015
2Physiotheraphists - Date of termination orders effected: 23.04.2015
3Aayahs (Care Giving Volunteers) - Date of termination orders effected: 23.04.2015.

The Mandal Educational Officers are here by instructed to take over allthe materials & Stocks relating to Inclusive Education besides Preparedindividualized educational Plans (NRSTC, ECI & HBE) and other relevantmonthly formats from the IERTs and Physiotherapists (Profiles & Assessmentreports of CwSN) and keep the same in their custody.

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G.O.MS.No.39, Dt:7-4-15 :: Creation and sanction of 1476 School Assistants (Special teacher) posts under Central Sponsored Scheme for IEDSS in AP


G.O.MS.No. 39, FINANCE (HR-I) DEPARTMENT, Dated:07-04-2015 :: School Education Department –Creation and sanction of 1476 School Assistants (Special teacher) posts under Central Sponsored Scheme for “Inclusive Education for Disabled at Secondary Stage (IEDSS)” in the State- Amendment -Issued.

Read the following:-
1. G.O.Ms.No. 341, Finance (SMPC-I) department dated. 21-12-2012
2. A.P Reorganization Act,2014(Act No 6 of 2014)
3. School Education Dept., U.O.No. 1043/SE.Prog.I8/A2/2011, dated.12.12.2014

ORDER:
In the G.O first read above, Government has issued orders for sanction of 1476 posts of School Assistant (Special teacher) under the scheme of Inclusive Education for Disabled at Secondary Stage(IEDSS) for the benefit of hearing impaired and visually impaired students.

The School Education department in the reference third read above has informed that the Hon’ble High Court while disposing PIL No 2 of 2013 filed by Voggu Murali Kusuma Krishnaveni and two others, requesting to include Special Education Teachers (Mentally Retarded) also in the recruitment of School
Assistant (Special Teachers), directed the State Government to consider petitioners proposals of giving equal treatment to the Specialized Teachers and to amend G.O.Ms.No.341 dated: 21.12.2012 suitably.
The School Education Department has further stated that after bifurcation of the State w.e.f 2-6-2014 as per A.P reorganization Act,2014 total Eight Hundred Sixty (860) School Assistant(Special Teacher) posts are located in the (664) Mandals of Residual State of A.P. The Department has requested to issue
suitable orders for redistribution of the Eight Hundred Sixty (860) sanctioned posts of School Assistant (Special Teacher) under the scheme, for the benefit of hearing impaired, visually impaired and also mentally restarted students as per the directions of Hon’ble High Court of A.P. The issue has been examined carefully and the Government, in partial modification of the orders issued in reference first read above, (to the extent applicable to the successor state of Andhra Pradesh) hereby issue orders for
redistribution of the Eight Hundred Sixty (860) School Assistant (Special Teacher) posts located in the (664) Mandals of Residual State of A.P. among the three categories of Special Teacher posts ie., Visual Impaired, Hearing Impaired and Mentally Retarded as detailed below.











Sl.No. District No. of Mandals Visually impaired (VI) Hearing impaired (HI) Mentally retarded (MR) Grand Total

1 Srikakulam 38 18 18 17 53

2 Visakhapatnam 43 19 19 20 58

3 Vizianagram 34 17 16 16 49

4 East Godavari 60 25 25 25 75

5 West Godavari 46 20 21 20 61

6 Krishna 50 22 22 21 65

7 Guntur 57 24 24 24 72

8 Prakasam 56 24 24 23 71

9 SPSR Nellore 46 20 20 21 61

10 Chittoor 66 27 27 28 82

11 YSR Kadapa 51 22 22 22 66

12 Ananthapur 63 26 26 26 78

13 Kurnool 54 23 23 23 69


Grand Total 664 287 287 286 860










The Education (SE) Department shall take further action accordingly.

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