Sunday, 17 July 2016

Vindam-Telusukundam Radio Lessons Schedule July to Sep 2016




Instructions to Listen Radio Lessons:

1. Make students to sit in U shape
2. Table should be in appropriate hight
3. Students should not make noice
4. Set proper volume of Radio divice
5. Teacher also must listen the Radio Lesson along with students


Radio Lessons Time Table

Sl.No.TimingsClassWeek DayMedium
111:15am to 11:45amIII, IV, VTue, ThuTelugu
211:15am to 11:45amFor TeachersFriTelugu
311:15am to 11:45amIII, IVMon, WedTelugu
410:35am to 11:15amIV, VTueUrdu
511:00am to 11:15amIII, IV, VWedUrdu

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Instructions to Listen Radio Lessons:

1. Make students to sit in U shape
2. Table should be in appropriate hight
3. Students should not make noice
4. Set proper volume of Radio divice
5. Teacher also must listen the Radio Lesson along with students


Radio Lessons Time Table

Sl.No.TimingsClassWeek DayMedium
111:15am to 11:45amIII, IV, VTue, ThuTelugu
211:15am to 11:45amFor TeachersFriTelugu
311:15am to 11:45amIII, IVMon, WedTelugu
410:35am to 11:15amIV, VTueUrdu
511:00am to 11:15amIII, IV, VWedUrdu

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Enhancement of Funeral Charges on death of any state Govt Employees GO.240 Dt 16-07-2016

As per the G.O.Ms.No.122, GA(SW) Department, Dt: 11.04.2016 The Government have enhanced the obsequies charges from Rs.10,000/- to Rs.20,000/- (Rupees Twenty Thousand only) to all categories of Government Employees to meet the expenses on obsequies ceremony, in case of death while in service.

From the Finance Department,U.O.Note.169/A2/BG/2016 dt:04.06.2016 the Finance (BG) Department have requested to amend the detailed head of account as “310-Grants-in-Aid. 318 -Obsequies charges” instead of “310-Grants-in-Aid. 312 – Other Grants-in-Aid” under respective Major, Minor and Sub-Head of account of the departments concerned, issued in the 1st read above. Accordingly, Government hereby issue the following amendment to the G.O.Ms.No.122, GA(SW) Department, Dt: 11.04.2016.

AMENDMENT

310- Grants-in-Aid Read as 310- Grants-in –Aid
312 –Other Grants-in-Aid Read as 318- Obsequies charges

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As per the G.O.Ms.No.122, GA(SW) Department, Dt: 11.04.2016 The Government have enhanced the obsequies charges from Rs.10,000/- to Rs.20,000/- (Rupees Twenty Thousand only) to all categories of Government Employees to meet the expenses on obsequies ceremony, in case of death while in service.

From the Finance Department,U.O.Note.169/A2/BG/2016 dt:04.06.2016 the Finance (BG) Department have requested to amend the detailed head of account as “310-Grants-in-Aid. 318 -Obsequies charges” instead of “310-Grants-in-Aid. 312 – Other Grants-in-Aid” under respective Major, Minor and Sub-Head of account of the departments concerned, issued in the 1st read above. Accordingly, Government hereby issue the following amendment to the G.O.Ms.No.122, GA(SW) Department, Dt: 11.04.2016.

AMENDMENT

310- Grants-in-Aid Read as 310- Grants-in –Aid
312 –Other Grants-in-Aid Read as 318- Obsequies charges

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Filling of 2118 vacant posts in Health, Medical & Family Welfare Department thru TSPSC GO.89 Dt 13-7-2016

Government have reviewed the Direct Recruitment vacancy position in Health, Medical & Family Welfare Department. After careful examination of the proposal furnished by the Department and keeping in view the actual requirement of manpower with reference to the nature of work and activities of the Health, Medical & Family Welfare Department and also the overall financial implications, Government hereby accord permission to fill (2,118) two thousand one hundred and eighteen vacancies of various categories through direct recruitment by Telangana State Public Service Commission as shown below.

Director of Medical Education, HOD
Sl.No.| Category | No. of Vacancies
1 Assistant Professor 126
2 Tutor 65
3 Lecturer Radiological Physics &Physcist 06
4 Lab Technician Grade-II 88
5 Pharmacist Grade-II 58
6 Assistant Librarian 06
Total 349

II. Director of Public Health & Family Welfare, HOD
1 Civil Assistant Surgeon 228
2 Dental Assistant Surgeon 07
3 Administrative Officer 06
4 Paramedical Ophthalmic Officer 02
5 Radiographer 19
6 Staff Nurse 733
7 Assistant Statistical Officer 06
8 Lab Technician Grade-II 78
9 Pharmacist Grade-II 100
Total 1179


III. Commissioner, Telangana Vaidya VidhanaParishad, HOD
1 Civil Assistant Surgeon Specialists-150
(Gynaecology, Paediatrics, Anaesthesia,
Orthopedics, ENT, Dermatology, Pathology,
General Medicine, Psychiatric, Radiology,
Opthalmology, General Surgery, General)

2 Dental Assistant Surgeon 10
3 Staff Nurse 208
4 ANM/MPHA(F) 152
5 Physiotherapist 06
6 Pharmacist Grade-II 55
7 Lab Technician 09
Total 590
Grand Total 2118

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Government have reviewed the Direct Recruitment vacancy position in Health, Medical & Family Welfare Department. After careful examination of the proposal furnished by the Department and keeping in view the actual requirement of manpower with reference to the nature of work and activities of the Health, Medical & Family Welfare Department and also the overall financial implications, Government hereby accord permission to fill (2,118) two thousand one hundred and eighteen vacancies of various categories through direct recruitment by Telangana State Public Service Commission as shown below.

Director of Medical Education, HOD
Sl.No.| Category | No. of Vacancies
1 Assistant Professor 126
2 Tutor 65
3 Lecturer Radiological Physics &Physcist 06
4 Lab Technician Grade-II 88
5 Pharmacist Grade-II 58
6 Assistant Librarian 06
Total 349

II. Director of Public Health & Family Welfare, HOD
1 Civil Assistant Surgeon 228
2 Dental Assistant Surgeon 07
3 Administrative Officer 06
4 Paramedical Ophthalmic Officer 02
5 Radiographer 19
6 Staff Nurse 733
7 Assistant Statistical Officer 06
8 Lab Technician Grade-II 78
9 Pharmacist Grade-II 100
Total 1179


III. Commissioner, Telangana Vaidya VidhanaParishad, HOD
1 Civil Assistant Surgeon Specialists-150
(Gynaecology, Paediatrics, Anaesthesia,
Orthopedics, ENT, Dermatology, Pathology,
General Medicine, Psychiatric, Radiology,
Opthalmology, General Surgery, General)

2 Dental Assistant Surgeon 10
3 Staff Nurse 208
4 ANM/MPHA(F) 152
5 Physiotherapist 06
6 Pharmacist Grade-II 55
7 Lab Technician 09
Total 590
Grand Total 2118

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Application Fee is Exempted in Telangana to Establish Schools Locally GO.28 Dt 14-7-2016

As per G.O.Ms. No.524, Education (Rules) Dept., dated 20.12.1988 the Government have issued orders for the Establishment, Registration, Recognition, Administration and Control of all Categories of Schools under all Categories of Managements under the provisions of the Telangana Education Act, 1982 (Act 1 of 1982).

As per G.O.Ms.No.1, Education Department, dated 01.01.1994 orders were issued delinking the Private Management Schools from the Local Body Schools (M.P., Z.P. Schools and Municipal Schools).

As per G.O.Ms.No.122, Education (SE-Training-A2) Department, dated 27.09.2008 Government have accorded permanent Recognition to all the Local Body Schools managed by the Mandal Parishad, Zilla Parishad and Municipal Schools on par with the Government Schools

From the DSE, TS., Hyderabad Lr.Rc.No.655/PS.3-2/2015, dated 13.06.2016 the Director of School Education has submitted that as per Section 6 of the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 (Act 35/2009) it is the responsibility of the State Government / Local Authority to establish Schools in all neighbourhoods. Hence, he has proposed to exempt the Application Fee prescribed under Rule 5(C) of the Telangana Educational Institutions (Establishment, Recognition, Administration and Control of Schools) Rules, 1988 for considering a proposal for Establishment/ Up-gradation of a School in a locality based on need.

The above orders shall come into force with immediate effect. 

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As per G.O.Ms. No.524, Education (Rules) Dept., dated 20.12.1988 the Government have issued orders for the Establishment, Registration, Recognition, Administration and Control of all Categories of Schools under all Categories of Managements under the provisions of the Telangana Education Act, 1982 (Act 1 of 1982).

As per G.O.Ms.No.1, Education Department, dated 01.01.1994 orders were issued delinking the Private Management Schools from the Local Body Schools (M.P., Z.P. Schools and Municipal Schools).

As per G.O.Ms.No.122, Education (SE-Training-A2) Department, dated 27.09.2008 Government have accorded permanent Recognition to all the Local Body Schools managed by the Mandal Parishad, Zilla Parishad and Municipal Schools on par with the Government Schools

From the DSE, TS., Hyderabad Lr.Rc.No.655/PS.3-2/2015, dated 13.06.2016 the Director of School Education has submitted that as per Section 6 of the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 (Act 35/2009) it is the responsibility of the State Government / Local Authority to establish Schools in all neighbourhoods. Hence, he has proposed to exempt the Application Fee prescribed under Rule 5(C) of the Telangana Educational Institutions (Establishment, Recognition, Administration and Control of Schools) Rules, 1988 for considering a proposal for Establishment/ Up-gradation of a School in a locality based on need.

The above orders shall come into force with immediate effect. 

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Telangana SSC Advance Supplementary Results June-2016

Telangana SSC Advance Supplementary Results
Telangana SSC Advance Supplementary Results Released by Sri. Ashok (incharge Director, Telangana School Education Department, Hyderabad) at SSA office Hyderabad, Telangana.
Approximately 85,000 students were attended examinations and they are eagerly waiting for results.

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Telangana SSC Advance Supplementary Results
Telangana SSC Advance Supplementary Results Released by Sri. Ashok (incharge Director, Telangana School Education Department, Hyderabad) at SSA office Hyderabad, Telangana.
Approximately 85,000 students were attended examinations and they are eagerly waiting for results.

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Provident Fund Rate of interest at 8.1 percent for 2016-17 financial year wef 1-4-16 to 30-6-16 GO 2075 Dt 14-7-16

According to Rule 13(1) of General Provident Fund (Telangana State) Rules, “Government shall pay to the credit of the account of a subscriber interest at such rate as may be determined for each year according to the method of calculation prescribed from time to time by the Government of India for payment of interest on subscription to the General Provident Fund in respect of Central Services”.

As per G.O.Ms.No.2142 Fin (Pen.II) Dept., dated.30.04.2013 the erstwhile Combined State Government have adopted the interest rate of 8.7% per annum ordered by the Government of India with effect from 01.04.2013 until further orders

As per GOI, resolution No.F.No. 5 (1)-B(PD)/2016, Ministry of Finance and Company Affairs (Department of Economic Affairs) dt:02/06/2016 

The Government of India through its Resolution No. F.No. 5 (1)-B(PD)/2016 GOI, dt:02.06.2016 revised the rates of interest for the subscribers of General Provided Fund (Central Services) for the year 2016-17 as follows:

8.1% with effect from 1/04/2016 to 30.06.2016

The Deputy Accountant General (Funds), in his letter 3rdread above has requested to issue necessary Government orders duly revising the rates of interest on GPF., etc., maintained in the State for the year 2016-17w.e.f. 01/04/2016 to 30.06.2016.

Government, after careful consideration of the matter, hereby adopt the rate of interest from 8.1% per annum w.e.f.01/04/2016 to 30.06.2016 on the following Provident Funds on par with the rates of Government of India.

1) The General Provident Fund (Telangana State) Rules, 1935.
2) The Electricity Department Provident Fund Rules.
3) Emergency Cut and Compulsory Saving Rules, 1949.
4) Government Distilleries Employees Provident Fund.
5) Telangana State Government Life Insurance Fund.
6) Telangana State employees Welfare Fund Rules.

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According to Rule 13(1) of General Provident Fund (Telangana State) Rules, “Government shall pay to the credit of the account of a subscriber interest at such rate as may be determined for each year according to the method of calculation prescribed from time to time by the Government of India for payment of interest on subscription to the General Provident Fund in respect of Central Services”.

As per G.O.Ms.No.2142 Fin (Pen.II) Dept., dated.30.04.2013 the erstwhile Combined State Government have adopted the interest rate of 8.7% per annum ordered by the Government of India with effect from 01.04.2013 until further orders

As per GOI, resolution No.F.No. 5 (1)-B(PD)/2016, Ministry of Finance and Company Affairs (Department of Economic Affairs) dt:02/06/2016 

The Government of India through its Resolution No. F.No. 5 (1)-B(PD)/2016 GOI, dt:02.06.2016 revised the rates of interest for the subscribers of General Provided Fund (Central Services) for the year 2016-17 as follows:

8.1% with effect from 1/04/2016 to 30.06.2016

The Deputy Accountant General (Funds), in his letter 3rdread above has requested to issue necessary Government orders duly revising the rates of interest on GPF., etc., maintained in the State for the year 2016-17w.e.f. 01/04/2016 to 30.06.2016.

Government, after careful consideration of the matter, hereby adopt the rate of interest from 8.1% per annum w.e.f.01/04/2016 to 30.06.2016 on the following Provident Funds on par with the rates of Government of India.

1) The General Provident Fund (Telangana State) Rules, 1935.
2) The Electricity Department Provident Fund Rules.
3) Emergency Cut and Compulsory Saving Rules, 1949.
4) Government Distilleries Employees Provident Fund.
5) Telangana State Government Life Insurance Fund.
6) Telangana State employees Welfare Fund Rules.

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Revamping the children's cabinet RC2315 Dt13-7-2016

All POs &DEOs in the state have to instruct HMs to  revamp the children's cabinets formed during 2015-16 and to organise school level Bala Sabha on Swachh Vidyalaya Components in the month of July 2016

Revamp means:
"give new and improved form, structure, or appearance to".
"an attempt to revamp the museum's image"
"they plan to revamp the kitchen


synonyms:
renovate, redecorate, refurbish, recondition, rehabilitate, rebuild, reconstruct, overhaul, make over; modernize, update, bring up to date, renew; improve, upgrade; refit, re-equip, refurnish; brighten up, freshen up, spruce up; remodel, refashion, redesign, restyle, rejig, rework, redo, remould, reorganize; 
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All POs &DEOs in the state have to instruct HMs to  revamp the children's cabinets formed during 2015-16 and to organise school level Bala Sabha on Swachh Vidyalaya Components in the month of July 2016

Revamp means:
"give new and improved form, structure, or appearance to".
"an attempt to revamp the museum's image"
"they plan to revamp the kitchen


synonyms:
renovate, redecorate, refurbish, recondition, rehabilitate, rebuild, reconstruct, overhaul, make over; modernize, update, bring up to date, renew; improve, upgrade; refit, re-equip, refurnish; brighten up, freshen up, spruce up; remodel, refashion, redesign, restyle, rejig, rework, redo, remould, reorganize; 
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