Thursday, 26 May 2016

Clarification on Rationalisation,Promotions,Transfers RC.1848 Dt 23-6-2015

Certain clarifications issued by schools education department regarding the transfers, promotions, rationalization in this RC,1848.
All the DEOs must follow the guidelines mentioned in this order.
Order is about GHMs, School Assistants and SGT

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Certain clarifications issued by schools education department regarding the transfers, promotions, rationalization in this RC,1848.
All the DEOs must follow the guidelines mentioned in this order.
Order is about GHMs, School Assistants and SGT

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Modified Rationalisation Norms GO.17 Dt 27-6-2015

Norms for Rationalisation of Teacher Posts and Staff under various Managements viz., Government, Zilla Parishad, Mandal Praja Parishad Schools - Amendment to GO. Ms. No. 11 Dt 15-6-2015

             Reference:
             1) G.O.Ms.No.11, School Education (Ser.II) Department, dated 15.6.2015.
  1. In view of the large number of vacancies in SGT Category, only 1 SGT is proposed in 0 to 19 enrolment slab so as to prevent closure of Schools for want of staff. Further, it is to be ensured that at least one regular Teacher is posted in every School
  2. Parallel English Medium sections in the High Schools with enrolment upto 50 shall be identified and the students should be admitted in English Medium sections of the nearby Schools. The sections where such students are adjusted shall be continued provided strength is more than 50. If, even after adjustment, the strength in the parallel sections is less than 50, those sections in the Schools shall not be continued. While adjusting the students, as far as possible, students may be shifted to nearby Schools where there are more number of students and there is sufficient accommodation While assessing surplus posts of such Schools where sections are closed and students are adjusted in the neighboring Schools, the posts which were sanctioned for the parallel English Medium sections become surplus and surplus staff shall be shifted to the needy Schools under the same Management

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Norms for Rationalisation of Teacher Posts and Staff under various Managements viz., Government, Zilla Parishad, Mandal Praja Parishad Schools - Amendment to GO. Ms. No. 11 Dt 15-6-2015

             Reference:
             1) G.O.Ms.No.11, School Education (Ser.II) Department, dated 15.6.2015.
  1. In view of the large number of vacancies in SGT Category, only 1 SGT is proposed in 0 to 19 enrolment slab so as to prevent closure of Schools for want of staff. Further, it is to be ensured that at least one regular Teacher is posted in every School
  2. Parallel English Medium sections in the High Schools with enrolment upto 50 shall be identified and the students should be admitted in English Medium sections of the nearby Schools. The sections where such students are adjusted shall be continued provided strength is more than 50. If, even after adjustment, the strength in the parallel sections is less than 50, those sections in the Schools shall not be continued. While adjusting the students, as far as possible, students may be shifted to nearby Schools where there are more number of students and there is sufficient accommodation While assessing surplus posts of such Schools where sections are closed and students are adjusted in the neighboring Schools, the posts which were sanctioned for the parallel English Medium sections become surplus and surplus staff shall be shifted to the needy Schools under the same Management

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Amendment to Transfer Rules GO.16 Dt27-6-2015

The Telangana Teachers (Regulation of Transfers) Rules, 2015 – Amendment – Orders

        Reference:
        1) G.O.Ms.No.12, School Education (Ser.II) Department, dated 16.6.2015.
        2) From the DSE., Telangana, Hyd, Lr. Rc. No.Trans (1848)/Ser.IV-2/2015, dated 23.6.2015

In the circumstances reported by the Director of School Education, Telangana, Hyderabad in the reference 2nd read above, the following amendment is issued to the G.O. 1st read above:-

AMENDMENT 
The point (1) (d) of Rule 5 of the Telangana Teachers (Regulation of Transfers) Rules, 2015 is deleted

The Director of School Education, Telangana, Hyderabad shall take necessary action, accordingly.

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The Telangana Teachers (Regulation of Transfers) Rules, 2015 – Amendment – Orders

        Reference:
        1) G.O.Ms.No.12, School Education (Ser.II) Department, dated 16.6.2015.
        2) From the DSE., Telangana, Hyd, Lr. Rc. No.Trans (1848)/Ser.IV-2/2015, dated 23.6.2015

In the circumstances reported by the Director of School Education, Telangana, Hyderabad in the reference 2nd read above, the following amendment is issued to the G.O. 1st read above:-

AMENDMENT 
The point (1) (d) of Rule 5 of the Telangana Teachers (Regulation of Transfers) Rules, 2015 is deleted

The Director of School Education, Telangana, Hyderabad shall take necessary action, accordingly.

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Pre-Matric Scholarships to ST Students in Best Available Schloos in TS GO.13 Dt27-6-2015

The Nodal Agency for Tribal Sub Plan in its meeting held on 05.05.2015 and after thorough deliberations, has agreed to increase the intake of Scheduled Tribe students under the Best Available Scheme by 1800 seats during the year 2015-156. Accordingly in the reference 3rd above, the Commissioner of Tribal Welfare has submitted a proposal to increase the seats of 1729 along with distribution among all Districts. He has further informed that the Best Available Scheme Seats are rounded to (6000) instead of (4271) including renewals.

The Government after careful examination the proposal of the Commissioner of Tribal Welfare, Telangana State hereby orders that:

  1. There shall be an increase of 1729 seats for sanctioning of pre-matric scholarship for Scheduled Tribe students studying in the Best Available Schools and the sanction of scholarships shall be as per the procedure ordered by Government vide G.O.Ms.No.70, Social Welfare (TW Edn.II) Department, dated 01.08.2001, except that the mode of selection of students shall be by way of drawing lots.
  2. Additional number of 1729 seats sanctioned for the year and the existing seats of 4271 put together the total 6000 seats shall be distributed among the districts for the year 2015-16 as per the principles given below:
  3. 10% of the total seats i.e. 173 seats shall be allotted to the scheduled areas in addition to their normal entitlement as per the population proportion since the AP SCSP and TSP Act, 2013 at Section 6 envisages that In case of Tribal Sub Plan, special attention shall be paid to Scheduled Tribes residing in the Scheduled Areas
  4. Further, in addition to the above another 10% of the total seats i.e. 173 seats shall be allotted to the ST students belonging to PvTGs (PTGs) communities based on the proportion of their population to district population in view of the low levels of literacy of the PvTGs (PTGs) communities and since the AP SCSP and TSP Act, 2013 at Section. 6 envisages to promote equity in development among various social groups within Scheduled Tribes
  5. The remaining 80% of the total seats 1383 seats shall be distributed among all the 10 districts as per the population of STs of the districts to the total ST population of the State as per 2011 census after transfer of certain villages of Khammam District to A.P and allocation of the total seats (6000) as shown at Annexure
  6. And the entry point for filling up of these vacancies is at Class III in addition to Class V and VIII in the ration of 50% , 25%, & 25% for III, V & VIII respectively.
  7. From 2016-17 onwards, the vacancies that arise consequent to children passing out X class or due to admission into other institutions shall also be filled up by students belonging to the same tribal group only
Further the District Level Committees as constituted vide G.O.Ms.No.70, Social Welfare (TW.Edn. II) Department, Dated 01-08-2001 for implementing the scheme shall distribute the seats allocated to the districts from among the mandals and among various tribes based on their population to the total district ST population to ensure equitable distribution of the opportunity. Detailed guidelines and formats shall be issued by Commissioner, Tribal Welfare in this regard.

The expenditure towards sanctioning the pre-matric scholarships to the ST students admitted under this allocation shall be debited to the following head of account since adequate provision has been made for the proposed additional intake of 2,300 seats under the scheme.

Head of Accounts

HOADescription
2225 Welfare of SCs, STs and OBCs
02Welfare of STs
MH 277 Education
GH 11Normal State Plan
SH (010)Pre-matric Scholarships
340 Scholarships and stipends (Plan)
The Commissioner of Tribal Welfare, Telangana State, Hyderabad is requested to meet the additional amount of Rs. 1.00 Crores from overall TSP funds.

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The Nodal Agency for Tribal Sub Plan in its meeting held on 05.05.2015 and after thorough deliberations, has agreed to increase the intake of Scheduled Tribe students under the Best Available Scheme by 1800 seats during the year 2015-156. Accordingly in the reference 3rd above, the Commissioner of Tribal Welfare has submitted a proposal to increase the seats of 1729 along with distribution among all Districts. He has further informed that the Best Available Scheme Seats are rounded to (6000) instead of (4271) including renewals.

The Government after careful examination the proposal of the Commissioner of Tribal Welfare, Telangana State hereby orders that:

  1. There shall be an increase of 1729 seats for sanctioning of pre-matric scholarship for Scheduled Tribe students studying in the Best Available Schools and the sanction of scholarships shall be as per the procedure ordered by Government vide G.O.Ms.No.70, Social Welfare (TW Edn.II) Department, dated 01.08.2001, except that the mode of selection of students shall be by way of drawing lots.
  2. Additional number of 1729 seats sanctioned for the year and the existing seats of 4271 put together the total 6000 seats shall be distributed among the districts for the year 2015-16 as per the principles given below:
  3. 10% of the total seats i.e. 173 seats shall be allotted to the scheduled areas in addition to their normal entitlement as per the population proportion since the AP SCSP and TSP Act, 2013 at Section 6 envisages that In case of Tribal Sub Plan, special attention shall be paid to Scheduled Tribes residing in the Scheduled Areas
  4. Further, in addition to the above another 10% of the total seats i.e. 173 seats shall be allotted to the ST students belonging to PvTGs (PTGs) communities based on the proportion of their population to district population in view of the low levels of literacy of the PvTGs (PTGs) communities and since the AP SCSP and TSP Act, 2013 at Section. 6 envisages to promote equity in development among various social groups within Scheduled Tribes
  5. The remaining 80% of the total seats 1383 seats shall be distributed among all the 10 districts as per the population of STs of the districts to the total ST population of the State as per 2011 census after transfer of certain villages of Khammam District to A.P and allocation of the total seats (6000) as shown at Annexure
  6. And the entry point for filling up of these vacancies is at Class III in addition to Class V and VIII in the ration of 50% , 25%, & 25% for III, V & VIII respectively.
  7. From 2016-17 onwards, the vacancies that arise consequent to children passing out X class or due to admission into other institutions shall also be filled up by students belonging to the same tribal group only
Further the District Level Committees as constituted vide G.O.Ms.No.70, Social Welfare (TW.Edn. II) Department, Dated 01-08-2001 for implementing the scheme shall distribute the seats allocated to the districts from among the mandals and among various tribes based on their population to the total district ST population to ensure equitable distribution of the opportunity. Detailed guidelines and formats shall be issued by Commissioner, Tribal Welfare in this regard.

The expenditure towards sanctioning the pre-matric scholarships to the ST students admitted under this allocation shall be debited to the following head of account since adequate provision has been made for the proposed additional intake of 2,300 seats under the scheme.

Head of Accounts

HOADescription
2225 Welfare of SCs, STs and OBCs
02Welfare of STs
MH 277 Education
GH 11Normal State Plan
SH (010)Pre-matric Scholarships
340 Scholarships and stipends (Plan)
The Commissioner of Tribal Welfare, Telangana State, Hyderabad is requested to meet the additional amount of Rs. 1.00 Crores from overall TSP funds.

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Committee constituted to frame Unified Service Rules GO.1765 Dt25-6-2015

The Committee shall consider the issue of framing Unified Service / Rules and other Service Rules as detailed below and submit its report to Government within a month:-

  1. clubbing the services identical in various departments and framing Unified Service Rules for the same. For example, Surveyors in Survey and Settlement Department, Municipal Department etc.
  2. prescribing a test in “Proficiency in Office Automation with usage of Computer and associated Software” for the posts equivalent to Assistant Section Officers, Typist-cum-Assistant, Junior Assistants, Assistant-cum-Typist, Senior Stenographers, Junior Stenographers, UD Typists, Typists, LD Typists, in various departments, which were not covered under Secretariat Subordinate and Ministerial Services viz., Junior Accountant, Senior Accountant, Junior Auditor, Senior Auditor etc.
  3. creation of Information Technology Service for various departments in the State.

The Committee may invite / co-opt any other officers as it deems fit.

The Departments of Secretariat shall furnish necessary information to the Committee as and when it desires the same.
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The Committee shall consider the issue of framing Unified Service / Rules and other Service Rules as detailed below and submit its report to Government within a month:-

  1. clubbing the services identical in various departments and framing Unified Service Rules for the same. For example, Surveyors in Survey and Settlement Department, Municipal Department etc.
  2. prescribing a test in “Proficiency in Office Automation with usage of Computer and associated Software” for the posts equivalent to Assistant Section Officers, Typist-cum-Assistant, Junior Assistants, Assistant-cum-Typist, Senior Stenographers, Junior Stenographers, UD Typists, Typists, LD Typists, in various departments, which were not covered under Secretariat Subordinate and Ministerial Services viz., Junior Accountant, Senior Accountant, Junior Auditor, Senior Auditor etc.
  3. creation of Information Technology Service for various departments in the State.

The Committee may invite / co-opt any other officers as it deems fit.

The Departments of Secretariat shall furnish necessary information to the Committee as and when it desires the same.
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Wednesday, 25 May 2016

TS-Tribal Welfare teachers Transfers Rules,2015 GO.12 Dt 25-6-2015

The Commissioner of Tribal Welfare, Telangana State, Hyderabad in his letter 3rd read above has proposed to issue Regulation of Transfer Rules for the Headmaster and Teachers working in the Tribal Welfare Department. The Government have carefully examined the proposal of the Commissioner of Tribal Welfare, Telangana State, Hyderabad and decided to issue the following Rules relating to transfer in partial modification of G.O.Ms.No.53, Social Welfare (TW.Ser.III) Department, dated 28.06.2015.

Orders were issued for rationalization of posts and staff in the Government Schools.

Accordingly, the following Notification shall be published in the Telangana Gazette:

In exercise of the powers conferred by Section 78 and 99 of Telangana Education Act, 1982 and under Article 309 of the Constitution of India and in supersession of all the earlier Rules and Guidelines on Transfer of Teachers, the Government of Telangana hereby makes the following Rules regulating the transfers of the categories of Head Masters Grade II (Gazetted), School Assistants and Secondary Grade Teachers and their equivalent categories working in the Government Tribal Welfare Department Schools in the State of Telangana.

1. Short Title and Applicability: 
(1) These Rules shall be called the Telangana Tribal Welfare Department Teachers (Regulation of Transfers) Rules, 2015.
(2) These Rules shall be applicable to Head Master Grade II (Gazetted), School Assistants, SG Teachers and other equivalent categories working in Government Tribal Welfare Department Schools in the State of Telangana, herein after referred to as Teacher in these Rules.
(3) These rules shall come into force with immediate effect.

2. Transfer counseling: 
All transfers shall be made by way of counseling through Transfer Committees constituted for each district.

3. Schedule of transfers: 
The Commissioner of Tribal Welfare, Telangana, Hyderabad shall draw the Schedule and communicate the same to the competent authorities for affecting transfers from time to time.

4. Competent authority for issue of transfer and posting orders: 
The appointing authority concerned shall issue transfer and posting orders based on the recommendation of the Committee constituted for this purpose.

5. Criteria for Transfers:

  1. The following categories of Head Master Grade II (Gazetted)/Teacher in the Government Tribal Welfare Department Schools shall be transferred:
  2. Head Master Grade II (Gazetted), who have completed (5) years of service in a particular School as on 1st July of the current year shall be compulsorily transferred, provided those who are going to retire within two years from 1st July of the current year shall not be shifted until and unless the incumbent requests for such transfer.
  3. Teachers, who have completed (8) years service in a particular school as on 1st July of the current year shall be compulsorily transferred, provided those who are going to retire within two years from 1st July of the current year shall not be shifted until and unless the incumbent requests for such transfer
  4. The male Head Master Grade-II (Gazetted)/Teacher aged below 50 years as on 1st July of current year and working in Girls High School.
  5. If no women HMs/Teachers are available to work in Girls High Schools, then male HMs/Teachers who are over and above 50 years of age may be considered for posting to such Schools
  6. Head Master Grade II (Gazetted)/Teacher who has completed a minimum period of two years service in a category of post in a School as on 1st July of the current year shall be eligible to apply for transfer.
  7. The Head Masters Grade II (Gazetted)/Teachers shifted under Rationalization i.e., Primary Schools, Upper Primary Schools and High Schools shall also participate in the Transfers Counseling, provided those who are going to retire within two years from 1st July of the current year shall not be shifted until and unless the incumbent requests for such Transfer and next junior shall be shifted. If other junior Teacher is not available he/she shall be shifted.
  8. The Head Masters Grade II (Gazetted) who has completed (5) year of service and Teacher who has completed (8) years of service as NCC Officer, shall be posted in a vacancy in a School where there is NCC unit.
  9. All transfers shall be affected within the present Management, Agency Area to Agency Area, Plain Area to Plain Area
6. Entitlement Points: 


(1) Common points:

  1. Entitlement points shall be awarded to the Head Master Grade II (Gazetted)/Teacher who applies for Transfer in the following manner:
  2. For service in the present School, basing on its location, as per the following scale, as on 1st July of the current year:
  3. Service in Category III Areas: Three (3) points for every year of service and 0.25 for every completed month.
  4. Service in the Category II Areas: Two (2) points for every year of service and 0.16 for every completed month
  5. Service in the Category I Areas: One (1) point for every year of service and 0.083 for every completed month.
  6. Note 1: The Habitations/Towns shall be classified into the following categories namely:

    Category I: All Habitations/Towns where 20% and above HRA is admissible.

    Category II: All Habitations/Towns where 14.5% HRA is admissible.

    Category III: All Habitations/Towns where 12% HRA is admissible.

    Category IV: All Habitations/Towns where 12 % HRA is admissible and which do not have connectivity through an all weather road as per the norms of the Panchayath Raj ( Engineering) Department.

  7. Note 2: The District Collector,PO ITDA of the concerned District shall publish the list of habitations in the district which do not have connectivity through all weather road as per the norms of Panchayath Raj (Engineering) Department in consultation with the Superintendent Engineer, Panchayat Raj of the district for this purpose, and the same shall be final.
  8. For the Service rendered, 0.041point for every one month of the completed service in the total service in all categories as on 1st July of the current year.

(2) Special Points (Extra Points):

  1. The President and General Secretary of the Teachers' Associations having OD facility in terms G.O.Rt.No.1410, G.A.D. (Ser.Welfare) dated 20-05-2015 at the State and District Levels are eligible for ten (10) points.
  2. Ten (10) points for unmarried Head Mistress Grade II/Female Teacher.
  3. Ten (10) points for Head Master Grade II (Gazetted)/Teacher, whose spouse is working in State Government or Central Government or Public Sector undertaking or Local Body or Aided Institution in the same District and opted for transfer nearer to and towards the place of working of his/her spouse, benefit of spouse points shall be applicable to the Head Master Grade II (Gazetted) once in (5) years and Teachers once in (8) years. An entry shall be made in this regard in the Service Book. A copy of the Certificate issued by the competent authority shall be enclosed to the check list to consider cases under this category.

(3) Rationalization Points:

  1. For the Teachers who are affected by rationalization process, they are eligible for 10 points extra over and above already secured. The Teachers who have completed (8) years service are not eligible for 10 points extra over and above already secured.
  2. The Teachers who were transferred during counseling 2013 and could not be relieved for want of substitute shall be relieved forthwith if posts exist after rationalization. If post does not exist after rationalization, he/she shall participate in transfer counseling and is entitled for (5) additional points.

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The Commissioner of Tribal Welfare, Telangana State, Hyderabad in his letter 3rd read above has proposed to issue Regulation of Transfer Rules for the Headmaster and Teachers working in the Tribal Welfare Department. The Government have carefully examined the proposal of the Commissioner of Tribal Welfare, Telangana State, Hyderabad and decided to issue the following Rules relating to transfer in partial modification of G.O.Ms.No.53, Social Welfare (TW.Ser.III) Department, dated 28.06.2015.

Orders were issued for rationalization of posts and staff in the Government Schools.

Accordingly, the following Notification shall be published in the Telangana Gazette:

In exercise of the powers conferred by Section 78 and 99 of Telangana Education Act, 1982 and under Article 309 of the Constitution of India and in supersession of all the earlier Rules and Guidelines on Transfer of Teachers, the Government of Telangana hereby makes the following Rules regulating the transfers of the categories of Head Masters Grade II (Gazetted), School Assistants and Secondary Grade Teachers and their equivalent categories working in the Government Tribal Welfare Department Schools in the State of Telangana.

1. Short Title and Applicability: 
(1) These Rules shall be called the Telangana Tribal Welfare Department Teachers (Regulation of Transfers) Rules, 2015.
(2) These Rules shall be applicable to Head Master Grade II (Gazetted), School Assistants, SG Teachers and other equivalent categories working in Government Tribal Welfare Department Schools in the State of Telangana, herein after referred to as Teacher in these Rules.
(3) These rules shall come into force with immediate effect.

2. Transfer counseling: 
All transfers shall be made by way of counseling through Transfer Committees constituted for each district.

3. Schedule of transfers: 
The Commissioner of Tribal Welfare, Telangana, Hyderabad shall draw the Schedule and communicate the same to the competent authorities for affecting transfers from time to time.

4. Competent authority for issue of transfer and posting orders: 
The appointing authority concerned shall issue transfer and posting orders based on the recommendation of the Committee constituted for this purpose.

5. Criteria for Transfers:

  1. The following categories of Head Master Grade II (Gazetted)/Teacher in the Government Tribal Welfare Department Schools shall be transferred:
  2. Head Master Grade II (Gazetted), who have completed (5) years of service in a particular School as on 1st July of the current year shall be compulsorily transferred, provided those who are going to retire within two years from 1st July of the current year shall not be shifted until and unless the incumbent requests for such transfer.
  3. Teachers, who have completed (8) years service in a particular school as on 1st July of the current year shall be compulsorily transferred, provided those who are going to retire within two years from 1st July of the current year shall not be shifted until and unless the incumbent requests for such transfer
  4. The male Head Master Grade-II (Gazetted)/Teacher aged below 50 years as on 1st July of current year and working in Girls High School.
  5. If no women HMs/Teachers are available to work in Girls High Schools, then male HMs/Teachers who are over and above 50 years of age may be considered for posting to such Schools
  6. Head Master Grade II (Gazetted)/Teacher who has completed a minimum period of two years service in a category of post in a School as on 1st July of the current year shall be eligible to apply for transfer.
  7. The Head Masters Grade II (Gazetted)/Teachers shifted under Rationalization i.e., Primary Schools, Upper Primary Schools and High Schools shall also participate in the Transfers Counseling, provided those who are going to retire within two years from 1st July of the current year shall not be shifted until and unless the incumbent requests for such Transfer and next junior shall be shifted. If other junior Teacher is not available he/she shall be shifted.
  8. The Head Masters Grade II (Gazetted) who has completed (5) year of service and Teacher who has completed (8) years of service as NCC Officer, shall be posted in a vacancy in a School where there is NCC unit.
  9. All transfers shall be affected within the present Management, Agency Area to Agency Area, Plain Area to Plain Area
6. Entitlement Points: 


(1) Common points:

  1. Entitlement points shall be awarded to the Head Master Grade II (Gazetted)/Teacher who applies for Transfer in the following manner:
  2. For service in the present School, basing on its location, as per the following scale, as on 1st July of the current year:
  3. Service in Category III Areas: Three (3) points for every year of service and 0.25 for every completed month.
  4. Service in the Category II Areas: Two (2) points for every year of service and 0.16 for every completed month
  5. Service in the Category I Areas: One (1) point for every year of service and 0.083 for every completed month.
  6. Note 1: The Habitations/Towns shall be classified into the following categories namely:

    Category I: All Habitations/Towns where 20% and above HRA is admissible.

    Category II: All Habitations/Towns where 14.5% HRA is admissible.

    Category III: All Habitations/Towns where 12% HRA is admissible.

    Category IV: All Habitations/Towns where 12 % HRA is admissible and which do not have connectivity through an all weather road as per the norms of the Panchayath Raj ( Engineering) Department.

  7. Note 2: The District Collector,PO ITDA of the concerned District shall publish the list of habitations in the district which do not have connectivity through all weather road as per the norms of Panchayath Raj (Engineering) Department in consultation with the Superintendent Engineer, Panchayat Raj of the district for this purpose, and the same shall be final.
  8. For the Service rendered, 0.041point for every one month of the completed service in the total service in all categories as on 1st July of the current year.

(2) Special Points (Extra Points):

  1. The President and General Secretary of the Teachers' Associations having OD facility in terms G.O.Rt.No.1410, G.A.D. (Ser.Welfare) dated 20-05-2015 at the State and District Levels are eligible for ten (10) points.
  2. Ten (10) points for unmarried Head Mistress Grade II/Female Teacher.
  3. Ten (10) points for Head Master Grade II (Gazetted)/Teacher, whose spouse is working in State Government or Central Government or Public Sector undertaking or Local Body or Aided Institution in the same District and opted for transfer nearer to and towards the place of working of his/her spouse, benefit of spouse points shall be applicable to the Head Master Grade II (Gazetted) once in (5) years and Teachers once in (8) years. An entry shall be made in this regard in the Service Book. A copy of the Certificate issued by the competent authority shall be enclosed to the check list to consider cases under this category.

(3) Rationalization Points:

  1. For the Teachers who are affected by rationalization process, they are eligible for 10 points extra over and above already secured. The Teachers who have completed (8) years service are not eligible for 10 points extra over and above already secured.
  2. The Teachers who were transferred during counseling 2013 and could not be relieved for want of substitute shall be relieved forthwith if posts exist after rationalization. If post does not exist after rationalization, he/she shall participate in transfer counseling and is entitled for (5) additional points.

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Vocational Education in 20 Model Schools RC.70 Dt 19-6-2015

The under mentioned Principals of Model schools are here by informed that, the Director of School Education, Telangana, Hyderabad has decided to implement Vocational Education in identified 20 Model Schools in the State. courses is being implemented on par with other States.

In this connection the Director of School Education, has constituted a committee. The committee members have suggested to implement the following courses (Trades) :

1. Automobile,
2. Beauty& Wellness,
3. Security,
4. IT /ITES
5. Retailing Trades

The above courses have been allocated to the 20 Model Schools based on the location of the school situated and other facilities (List enclosed) further.

ach school will have 2 Trades out of 5 trades being introduced now (list of Trades school wise is enclosed)with compulsory examination along with other examination papers for 100 marks for the trade chosen by each student. Accordingly the SSC certificate will be designed adding one more Vocational Education Paper for 100 marks. Students shall compulsorily study one of the two trades being introduced in the school

Syllabus prescribed by the PSSCIVE will adopted and modified as per need and request of local environment. The content copies shall be printed and suppied to schools. Syllabus and nature of practicum, required equipment will decided in the work shop with expert agencies / individuals



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The under mentioned Principals of Model schools are here by informed that, the Director of School Education, Telangana, Hyderabad has decided to implement Vocational Education in identified 20 Model Schools in the State. courses is being implemented on par with other States.

In this connection the Director of School Education, has constituted a committee. The committee members have suggested to implement the following courses (Trades) :

1. Automobile,
2. Beauty& Wellness,
3. Security,
4. IT /ITES
5. Retailing Trades

The above courses have been allocated to the 20 Model Schools based on the location of the school situated and other facilities (List enclosed) further.

ach school will have 2 Trades out of 5 trades being introduced now (list of Trades school wise is enclosed)with compulsory examination along with other examination papers for 100 marks for the trade chosen by each student. Accordingly the SSC certificate will be designed adding one more Vocational Education Paper for 100 marks. Students shall compulsorily study one of the two trades being introduced in the school

Syllabus prescribed by the PSSCIVE will adopted and modified as per need and request of local environment. The content copies shall be printed and suppied to schools. Syllabus and nature of practicum, required equipment will decided in the work shop with expert agencies / individuals



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