Monday, 21 October 2019

Download TS TRT 2017 SGT Counselling Dates Schedule and Check List for counseling posting appointment orders All DEO website links

Download TS TRT 2017 SGT Counselling Dates Schedule and Check List for counseling posting appointment orders & All DEO website links


TS TRT 2017 Counselling dates schedule announced. Schedule for issuance of appointment orders to SGT, appointment orders is announced by the Government of Telangana, Appointment dates for teachers recruitment counselling schedule. TS TRT 2017 schedule for issuing of posting orders to the selected candidates though the recruitment test in telangana state. TS TRT 2017 recruitment counselling schedule and Guidelines through the GO.Ms.No.10 Download TS Teachers recruitment. District level committee for filling of TS TRT 2017 notified posts. ts-trt-2017-counselling-schedule-sgt-sa-pet-pandits-appointments-posting-orders.html

TS TRT 2017 Schedule to issue Appointment Orders


  1. Date 23-10-2019 : Display of Selected candidates list category & medium wise in notice board and also in district website. Identification of vacancies by the all the DEOs as per Rule 2 & 3 of G.O.Ms.No.10 SE Dept. dated.06-07-2019. Issue of Press Note by the District Level Committee in leading newspapers and media for reporting at the Venue decided by the committee for conducting  counselling. 
  2. Date:  24-10-2019 : Conducting of meeting with District Level Committee for finalizing vacancy position as per Rule 2 & 3 of G.O.Ms.No.10 SE Dept. dated.06-07-2019. Display of vacancy position category & medium wise to the extent of selected candidates in notice board and also in district website. 
  3. Date:  25-10-2019 & 26-10-2019 :Verification of original certificates by the DEOs as per the TRT-2017 Notification and Teachers Recruitment Rules. 
  4. Date 28-10-2019 & 29-10-2019 : Conduct of counselling for issuing appointment and posting orders to SGT Telugu medium. 
  5. Date 29-10-2019 : Display of list of candidates who were given posting orders with details of place of posting  
  6. Date 30-10-2019 :  Reporting of appointed candidates in schools. 
  7. Date 02-11-2019 :  Identification of non-reporting & non joining candidates by the DEOs 
  8. Date 04-11-2019 :  Issuing of appointment and posting orders to the selected candidates who are absent for counselling through register post ack due as per Rule 5 of G.O.Ms.No.10 SE Dept. dated.06-07- 2019. 
  9. Date 05-11-2019 : Submission of joining reports of the appointed teachers by the ME0s/HMs to the DEOs Display of list of candidates who were given posting orders with details of place of posting. in the notice board and also in district website. 
  10. Date 07-11-2019: Submission of report to the TSPSC in respect of Non-reporting / Non joining candidates under intimation to the CSE as per Rule 6 of G.O.Ms.No.10 SE Dcpt, dated.06-07-2019. Submission of district wise detailed report to the CSE. 
Download the Schedule for TRT-2017 SGT



The Telangana Government hereby constitute the District Level Committee for each erstwhile district with the following members to complete the Teachers recruitment process and for issuing appointment orders to the selected candidates in TRT-2017 for various categories of posts in clear vacancies only, subject to number of vacancies notified under each category:-
TS TRT 2017 Counselling posting orders appointment orders issue by DEO

TRT 2017 Certificate Verification Check List


TRT-2017 Selected candidate have to attend the Certificate Verification at the venue announced by the District DEO Concerned. Candidates have to make ready all the Originals and 2 sets of xerox copies of all the original certificates and 4 passports size photos also to be submitted at the certificate  verification counter.

Check list
  1. Hall Ticket 
  2. SSC Memo ass DOB Certificate
  3. Un Employment Diclaration
  4. School Study Certificates from 4th to 10th Class
  5. Provional or Convogation Certificate
  6. Integrated Community Certificate
  7. Non Creamy Layer Certificate
  8. Disability Certificate  ( If Applicable )
  9. Proof of Age Relaxation 
  10. NOC from Employer for In Service candidates
  11. Agency Certificate
Download the Check List for Certificate Verification

District wise Vacancy Details Here

District wise Category wise SGT Vacancies
District wise Category wise SA Vacancies
District wise Category wise LPs Vacancies
District wise Category wise PET Vacancies

All Districts' DEO Office Website links here

District NameWebsite Link
Adilabad DEO Website
Click Here
Hyderabad DEO Website
Click Here
Karimnagar DEO Website
Click Here
Khammam DEO Website
Click Here
Mahabubnagar DEO Website
Click Here
Medak DEO Website
Click Here
Nalgonda DEO Website
Click Here
Nizamabad DEO Website
Click Here
Ranga Reddy DEO Website
Click Here
Warangal DEO Website
Click Here

The District Level Committe to issue appointment orders


  1. District Collector ---- Chairman
  2. Joint Collector ---- Vice Chairman
  3. District Educational Officer ---- Secretary
  4. Chief Executive Officer, Zilla Praja Parishad One of the Commissioners of Municipalities /Municipal Corporation. In the District nominated by the Member District Collector, Project Officer, Integrated Tribal Development Agency (ITDA) (in the District having Scheduled areas as the case may be) D.E.O of New District.------ Member


  1. The Roaster and Rank (Merit) of the selected candidates shall be communicated by the Commissioner, School Education, Telangana, Hyderabad, to the concerned District level Committees of the erstwhile Districts.
  2. The erstwhile DEOs’ in consultation with the New district DEOs of their respective Jurisdiction shall identify all the vacancies of each post, subject-wise, medium-wise and area wise in the respect of categories in the order of IV, III, II & I areas proportionate to
  3. Teacher Pupil Ratio duly prioritising within that category area in the following order:
  4. No Teacher Schools in the order of highest enrolment to lowest enrolment.
  5. At least one teacher shall be filled in category IV area.
  6. No. of candidates reported for counselling shall be equal to number of vacancies notified for counselling duly exhausting all the vacancies in each category viz., in the order of Category IV, III, II and I. 
  7. All the vacancies in girls’ institutions shall be earmarked “Preference to selected women candidates only”; and shall not be filled up with men if female candidates are available.
  8. The candidates shall be called for counselling in the order of Roaster and Rank (Merit) through Register post/Speed Post and as well as through Wide publicity in the leading News papers and media.
  9. The candidates who are absent for counselling shall be posted in the leftover vacancies and the posting orders will be sent to their residential address through registered post.
  10. The list of non-joining/ not reported candidates to be furnished to the Telangana State Public Service Commission(TSPSC), Hyderabad under intimation to the Director of School Education, T,S., Hyderabad.
  11. The instructions issued by the Telangana State Public Service Commission, Hyderabad are to be followed while issuing appointment orders to the selected candidates in Teachers
  12. Recruitment Test -2017.
  13. The list of candidates who have been given posting orders shall also be displayed on the Notice Board on the day of counselling. If any changes/modifications in postings are made after display of the list, the Member-Secretary concerned shall be personally held
  14. responsible and severe disciplinary action shall be taken against him/her. The selected candidates list for appointment shall also be displayed by the District Educational Officer on the website.

Download TS TRT 2017 SGT Counselling Dates Schedule and Check List for counseling posting appointment orders & All DEO website links


TS TRT 2017 Counselling dates schedule announced. Schedule for issuance of appointment orders to SGT, appointment orders is announced by the Government of Telangana, Appointment dates for teachers recruitment counselling schedule. TS TRT 2017 schedule for issuing of posting orders to the selected candidates though the recruitment test in telangana state. TS TRT 2017 recruitment counselling schedule and Guidelines through the GO.Ms.No.10 Download TS Teachers recruitment. District level committee for filling of TS TRT 2017 notified posts. ts-trt-2017-counselling-schedule-sgt-sa-pet-pandits-appointments-posting-orders.html

TS TRT 2017 Schedule to issue Appointment Orders


  1. Date 23-10-2019 : Display of Selected candidates list category & medium wise in notice board and also in district website. Identification of vacancies by the all the DEOs as per Rule 2 & 3 of G.O.Ms.No.10 SE Dept. dated.06-07-2019. Issue of Press Note by the District Level Committee in leading newspapers and media for reporting at the Venue decided by the committee for conducting  counselling. 
  2. Date:  24-10-2019 : Conducting of meeting with District Level Committee for finalizing vacancy position as per Rule 2 & 3 of G.O.Ms.No.10 SE Dept. dated.06-07-2019. Display of vacancy position category & medium wise to the extent of selected candidates in notice board and also in district website. 
  3. Date:  25-10-2019 & 26-10-2019 :Verification of original certificates by the DEOs as per the TRT-2017 Notification and Teachers Recruitment Rules. 
  4. Date 28-10-2019 & 29-10-2019 : Conduct of counselling for issuing appointment and posting orders to SGT Telugu medium. 
  5. Date 29-10-2019 : Display of list of candidates who were given posting orders with details of place of posting  
  6. Date 30-10-2019 :  Reporting of appointed candidates in schools. 
  7. Date 02-11-2019 :  Identification of non-reporting & non joining candidates by the DEOs 
  8. Date 04-11-2019 :  Issuing of appointment and posting orders to the selected candidates who are absent for counselling through register post ack due as per Rule 5 of G.O.Ms.No.10 SE Dept. dated.06-07- 2019. 
  9. Date 05-11-2019 : Submission of joining reports of the appointed teachers by the ME0s/HMs to the DEOs Display of list of candidates who were given posting orders with details of place of posting. in the notice board and also in district website. 
  10. Date 07-11-2019: Submission of report to the TSPSC in respect of Non-reporting / Non joining candidates under intimation to the CSE as per Rule 6 of G.O.Ms.No.10 SE Dcpt, dated.06-07-2019. Submission of district wise detailed report to the CSE. 
Download the Schedule for TRT-2017 SGT



The Telangana Government hereby constitute the District Level Committee for each erstwhile district with the following members to complete the Teachers recruitment process and for issuing appointment orders to the selected candidates in TRT-2017 for various categories of posts in clear vacancies only, subject to number of vacancies notified under each category:-
TS TRT 2017 Counselling posting orders appointment orders issue by DEO

TRT 2017 Certificate Verification Check List


TRT-2017 Selected candidate have to attend the Certificate Verification at the venue announced by the District DEO Concerned. Candidates have to make ready all the Originals and 2 sets of xerox copies of all the original certificates and 4 passports size photos also to be submitted at the certificate  verification counter.

Check list
  1. Hall Ticket 
  2. SSC Memo ass DOB Certificate
  3. Un Employment Diclaration
  4. School Study Certificates from 4th to 10th Class
  5. Provional or Convogation Certificate
  6. Integrated Community Certificate
  7. Non Creamy Layer Certificate
  8. Disability Certificate  ( If Applicable )
  9. Proof of Age Relaxation 
  10. NOC from Employer for In Service candidates
  11. Agency Certificate
Download the Check List for Certificate Verification

District wise Vacancy Details Here

District wise Category wise SGT Vacancies
District wise Category wise SA Vacancies
District wise Category wise LPs Vacancies
District wise Category wise PET Vacancies

All Districts' DEO Office Website links here

District NameWebsite Link
Adilabad DEO Website
Click Here
Hyderabad DEO Website
Click Here
Karimnagar DEO Website
Click Here
Khammam DEO Website
Click Here
Mahabubnagar DEO Website
Click Here
Medak DEO Website
Click Here
Nalgonda DEO Website
Click Here
Nizamabad DEO Website
Click Here
Ranga Reddy DEO Website
Click Here
Warangal DEO Website
Click Here

The District Level Committe to issue appointment orders


  1. District Collector ---- Chairman
  2. Joint Collector ---- Vice Chairman
  3. District Educational Officer ---- Secretary
  4. Chief Executive Officer, Zilla Praja Parishad One of the Commissioners of Municipalities /Municipal Corporation. In the District nominated by the Member District Collector, Project Officer, Integrated Tribal Development Agency (ITDA) (in the District having Scheduled areas as the case may be) D.E.O of New District.------ Member


  1. The Roaster and Rank (Merit) of the selected candidates shall be communicated by the Commissioner, School Education, Telangana, Hyderabad, to the concerned District level Committees of the erstwhile Districts.
  2. The erstwhile DEOs’ in consultation with the New district DEOs of their respective Jurisdiction shall identify all the vacancies of each post, subject-wise, medium-wise and area wise in the respect of categories in the order of IV, III, II & I areas proportionate to
  3. Teacher Pupil Ratio duly prioritising within that category area in the following order:
  4. No Teacher Schools in the order of highest enrolment to lowest enrolment.
  5. At least one teacher shall be filled in category IV area.
  6. No. of candidates reported for counselling shall be equal to number of vacancies notified for counselling duly exhausting all the vacancies in each category viz., in the order of Category IV, III, II and I. 
  7. All the vacancies in girls’ institutions shall be earmarked “Preference to selected women candidates only”; and shall not be filled up with men if female candidates are available.
  8. The candidates shall be called for counselling in the order of Roaster and Rank (Merit) through Register post/Speed Post and as well as through Wide publicity in the leading News papers and media.
  9. The candidates who are absent for counselling shall be posted in the leftover vacancies and the posting orders will be sent to their residential address through registered post.
  10. The list of non-joining/ not reported candidates to be furnished to the Telangana State Public Service Commission(TSPSC), Hyderabad under intimation to the Director of School Education, T,S., Hyderabad.
  11. The instructions issued by the Telangana State Public Service Commission, Hyderabad are to be followed while issuing appointment orders to the selected candidates in Teachers
  12. Recruitment Test -2017.
  13. The list of candidates who have been given posting orders shall also be displayed on the Notice Board on the day of counselling. If any changes/modifications in postings are made after display of the list, the Member-Secretary concerned shall be personally held
  14. responsible and severe disciplinary action shall be taken against him/her. The selected candidates list for appointment shall also be displayed by the District Educational Officer on the website.

Friday, 18 October 2019

Kitchen Garden development in schools - Guidelines issued

Kitchen Garden development in schools - Guidelines issued



Kitchen Gardens in schools
Government of Tealaganan has issued guidelines to develop kitchen gardens in schools. DSE,TS have communicated to develop School Nutrition Kitchen Garden Guidelines to all the DEOs and Head Masters in the state.

Kitchen Garden development in schools - Guidelines issued

Head Masters have to follow the guidelines issued by the DSE, TS to develop Kitchen Garden in their school.


Download the Guidelines here



Download Guidelines for Kitchen Garden


Download Kitchen Garden Manual




Kitchen Garden development in schools - Guidelines issued



Kitchen Gardens in schools
Government of Tealaganan has issued guidelines to develop kitchen gardens in schools. DSE,TS have communicated to develop School Nutrition Kitchen Garden Guidelines to all the DEOs and Head Masters in the state.

Kitchen Garden development in schools - Guidelines issued

Head Masters have to follow the guidelines issued by the DSE, TS to develop Kitchen Garden in their school.


Download the Guidelines here



Download Guidelines for Kitchen Garden


Download Kitchen Garden Manual




Thursday, 17 October 2019

YSR Kanti Velugu Government scheme for Eye Care in Andhra Pradesh

YSR Kanti Velugu Government scheme for Eye Care in Andhra Pradesh


The Andhra Pradesh government is launching a new health scheme YSR Kanti Velugu on the occasion of World Sight Day which is on 10 October 2019.

The scheme which is termed as a comprehensive, sustainable and universal eye care scheme, will be formally launched by Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy in Anantapur at the Government Boys College Grounds on 10 October 2019 at 11:30 AM on Thursday.

The YSR Kanti Velugu scheme endeavors to Provide comprehensive eye care and rectify vision defects among the State's over five crore population.

To ensure healthy eye sight for all citizens in the state which can be termed as a revolutionary scheme in the health care sector.

The government will bear the entire cost from preliminary eye check-up to surgeries wherever required for the entire 5.40 crore population.

The program will be implemented in the next three years in six phases.

Seventy lakh schoolchildren will be covered scheme in the first two phases from October 10 to 16. Preliminary eye screening would be conducted on all students in government and private schools for a week.

Surgeries, if needed, will be performed in the second phase from November 1 to 31, all free of cost.

Children found to be having vision defects would be provided advanced treatment in the second phase from November 1.

The State government will implement the third to sixth phases of Kanti Velugu from February 1, 2020 to January 31, 2022 with a gap of six months between each phase.

From the third to sixth phases, one crore population will be covered in each phase, which includes primary mass eye screening, prescription and distribution of spectacles, secondary and tertiary care management like cataract surgeries, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy etc.

The cost of implementing the YSR Kanti Velugu is estimated at Rs 560.88 crore.

A task force headed by the Collector would monitor the program in each district, where thousands of health and para-medical staff would take part in the program.

They include 160 District Program Officers, 1,415 medical officers, 42,360 ASHA workers, 62,500 teachers, 14,000 ANMs and 14,000 public health wing staff .

Health kits have already been sent to all the Primary Health Centers across the State.

The scheme is implemented under the aegis of the Department of Health, Medical and Family Welfare .

PROCESS FOR PRELIMINARY SCREENING YSR KANTI VELUGU

  1. As per Commissioner of School Education, Government of AP, there are 62,459 schools (Both Government and private) with 70,41,988 children.
  2. All the school children shall be screened preliminary for identification of children with defective vision. 
  3. Preliminary screening will be carried out at schools by the Preliminary screening teams with the help of school teachers. 
  4. Preliminary screening team consists of one Public Health staff and one ASHA worker. For the purpose of preliminary screening public health staff includes MPHS(M), MPHS(F), MPHA(M), MPHEO, CHO, PHN(NT), APMO, DPMO
  5. In case of urban areas preliminary screening team consist of one PHS, one urban ASHA. In case of non-availability of adequate public health staff, services of ANM, Nursing students can be utilized for this purpose 
  6. RBSK staff and vehicles can be utilized for urban areas for this purpose.
  7. Each preliminary screening team shall screen around 200-250 students per day.
  8. All the preliminary screening teams shall be trained for conducting preliminary screening.
  9. Preliminary screening team shall be provided with material for screening and data sheets for noting the results of screening. 
  10. Preliminary screening shall be carried out from 10-10-2019 to 16-10-2019. (Total 5 days, excluding Second Saturday and Sunday)
  11. These sheets contain Name of the school and code, Name of the PHC, Name of the student, Aadhar Number and column for noting the screening results. These sheets will be supplied by DMHO to the PHCs. Format for data collection is enclosed. 
  12. Preliminary screening teams, after completion of screening, shall hand over the data sheets to the respective ANMs. ANMs, upon receipt of these filled in data sheets, shall upload the data through the tablets provided to them or through desktops at PHCs. 
Online Portal for YSR Kanti Velugu


Download Scheme Guidelines




YSR Kanti Velugu Government scheme for Eye Care in Andhra Pradesh


The Andhra Pradesh government is launching a new health scheme YSR Kanti Velugu on the occasion of World Sight Day which is on 10 October 2019.

The scheme which is termed as a comprehensive, sustainable and universal eye care scheme, will be formally launched by Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy in Anantapur at the Government Boys College Grounds on 10 October 2019 at 11:30 AM on Thursday.

The YSR Kanti Velugu scheme endeavors to Provide comprehensive eye care and rectify vision defects among the State's over five crore population.

To ensure healthy eye sight for all citizens in the state which can be termed as a revolutionary scheme in the health care sector.

The government will bear the entire cost from preliminary eye check-up to surgeries wherever required for the entire 5.40 crore population.

The program will be implemented in the next three years in six phases.

Seventy lakh schoolchildren will be covered scheme in the first two phases from October 10 to 16. Preliminary eye screening would be conducted on all students in government and private schools for a week.

Surgeries, if needed, will be performed in the second phase from November 1 to 31, all free of cost.

Children found to be having vision defects would be provided advanced treatment in the second phase from November 1.

The State government will implement the third to sixth phases of Kanti Velugu from February 1, 2020 to January 31, 2022 with a gap of six months between each phase.

From the third to sixth phases, one crore population will be covered in each phase, which includes primary mass eye screening, prescription and distribution of spectacles, secondary and tertiary care management like cataract surgeries, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy etc.

The cost of implementing the YSR Kanti Velugu is estimated at Rs 560.88 crore.

A task force headed by the Collector would monitor the program in each district, where thousands of health and para-medical staff would take part in the program.

They include 160 District Program Officers, 1,415 medical officers, 42,360 ASHA workers, 62,500 teachers, 14,000 ANMs and 14,000 public health wing staff .

Health kits have already been sent to all the Primary Health Centers across the State.

The scheme is implemented under the aegis of the Department of Health, Medical and Family Welfare .

PROCESS FOR PRELIMINARY SCREENING YSR KANTI VELUGU

  1. As per Commissioner of School Education, Government of AP, there are 62,459 schools (Both Government and private) with 70,41,988 children.
  2. All the school children shall be screened preliminary for identification of children with defective vision. 
  3. Preliminary screening will be carried out at schools by the Preliminary screening teams with the help of school teachers. 
  4. Preliminary screening team consists of one Public Health staff and one ASHA worker. For the purpose of preliminary screening public health staff includes MPHS(M), MPHS(F), MPHA(M), MPHEO, CHO, PHN(NT), APMO, DPMO
  5. In case of urban areas preliminary screening team consist of one PHS, one urban ASHA. In case of non-availability of adequate public health staff, services of ANM, Nursing students can be utilized for this purpose 
  6. RBSK staff and vehicles can be utilized for urban areas for this purpose.
  7. Each preliminary screening team shall screen around 200-250 students per day.
  8. All the preliminary screening teams shall be trained for conducting preliminary screening.
  9. Preliminary screening team shall be provided with material for screening and data sheets for noting the results of screening. 
  10. Preliminary screening shall be carried out from 10-10-2019 to 16-10-2019. (Total 5 days, excluding Second Saturday and Sunday)
  11. These sheets contain Name of the school and code, Name of the PHC, Name of the student, Aadhar Number and column for noting the screening results. These sheets will be supplied by DMHO to the PHCs. Format for data collection is enclosed. 
  12. Preliminary screening teams, after completion of screening, shall hand over the data sheets to the respective ANMs. ANMs, upon receipt of these filled in data sheets, shall upload the data through the tablets provided to them or through desktops at PHCs. 
Online Portal for YSR Kanti Velugu


Download Scheme Guidelines




YSR Kishora Scheme ensuring full protection and freedom for girls and women

YSR Kishora Scheme ensuring full protection and freedom for girls and women


The YSR Kishora Scheme has been launched by the AP Government on 17 October 2019 in Gunture. Inauguration of this scheme done by the AP Home Minister G. Sucharitha. The YSR Kishora scheme is meant for the purpose of ensuring full protection and freedom for girls and women in the state. The scheme was inaugurated on Thursday by Home Minister Goetti Sucharitha and Minister for Women and Child Welfare Thanetti Vanitha. The Home Minister later told the media that the aim is to provide full security to women.

She said the government is working to curb cyber crime. Generation is changing. We also want to change and change our heads. Smart phones cause disadvantages. 
YSR Kishora Scheme

Minister Thanetti Vanitha said that though the income from alcohol is declining, the CM wants to protect the women from this alcohol which is creating havoc in the poor people's life. She said, they believe that personal hygiene is crucial in adolescence and that the lack of a joint family system is the most damaging. 

Depending on the circumstances, the women should be careful and recognize any unwanted issues against them and should inform the police immediately. Women Commission Chairperson Vasireddy Padma was also present at the event.

YSR Kishora Scheme ensuring full protection and freedom for girls and women


The YSR Kishora Scheme has been launched by the AP Government on 17 October 2019 in Gunture. Inauguration of this scheme done by the AP Home Minister G. Sucharitha. The YSR Kishora scheme is meant for the purpose of ensuring full protection and freedom for girls and women in the state. The scheme was inaugurated on Thursday by Home Minister Goetti Sucharitha and Minister for Women and Child Welfare Thanetti Vanitha. The Home Minister later told the media that the aim is to provide full security to women.

She said the government is working to curb cyber crime. Generation is changing. We also want to change and change our heads. Smart phones cause disadvantages. 
YSR Kishora Scheme

Minister Thanetti Vanitha said that though the income from alcohol is declining, the CM wants to protect the women from this alcohol which is creating havoc in the poor people's life. She said, they believe that personal hygiene is crucial in adolescence and that the lack of a joint family system is the most damaging. 

Depending on the circumstances, the women should be careful and recognize any unwanted issues against them and should inform the police immediately. Women Commission Chairperson Vasireddy Padma was also present at the event.

YSR Navodayam Scheme details which restructuring of loans of MSME

YSR Navodayam Scheme details

YSR Navodayam Scheme, AP Govt launched YSR Navodayam scheme for restructuring of loans of Micro Small and Medium Enterprises Development (MSMEs).

The Andhra Pradesh government launched a scheme for restructuring of loans of Micro Small and Medium Enterprises Development (MSMEs) under the Dr YSR Navodayam scheme to support the stressed MSME sector.

The Andhra Pradesh Government launched a scheme called YSR Navodayam on 17 October 2019 (Thursday). The scheme aims to bail out(Save) the micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in the State and provide them financial support by restructuring their bank loans before March 31,2020.
YSR Navodayam Scheme

The decision has been taken by the AP Government as the MSME sector contributes the economic development of the state and employment creation to the local youth.

Under this scheme, the people having accounts under the MSME act of 2006, will be restructured that have become stressed. RBI has now taken decision to permit a one-time restructuring of existing loans which were grated previously to MSMEs classified as standard without a downgrade in the asset classification.

This scheme will provide a lifeline to stressed MSMEs by ensuring that all eligible MSME units are permitted for a one-time restructuring of accounts up to 31-03-2020. A new ecosystem for MSMEs has been created in Andhra Pradesh State.

The AP Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy inaugurated the scheme at his camp office at Tadepalli.

Under this scheme, about 80,0000 MSMEs in the State would get benefited as their bank loans, which are subject to a ceiling of Rs 25 crores, would be restructured. They would get more financial support and more time for repayment of the loan.

The state’s Finance Minister Buggana Rajendranath said MSMEs were perpetually plagued by working capital shortage and many of them were becoming non-functional due to the problem. The State Government launched the scheme to rescue them.

Andhra Navodayam Scheme Eligibility Criteria

YSR Navodayam Scheme 2019 is launched only for the people of Andhra Pradesh State.
Tailors, weavers, barbers & people working in MSMEs are eligible for this scheme benefit.
State government will also provide the income criteria for the scheme eligibility very soon.
To take the benefit of this scheme people need to provide their bank account details.



YSR Navodayam Scheme details

YSR Navodayam Scheme, AP Govt launched YSR Navodayam scheme for restructuring of loans of Micro Small and Medium Enterprises Development (MSMEs).

The Andhra Pradesh government launched a scheme for restructuring of loans of Micro Small and Medium Enterprises Development (MSMEs) under the Dr YSR Navodayam scheme to support the stressed MSME sector.

The Andhra Pradesh Government launched a scheme called YSR Navodayam on 17 October 2019 (Thursday). The scheme aims to bail out(Save) the micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in the State and provide them financial support by restructuring their bank loans before March 31,2020.
YSR Navodayam Scheme

The decision has been taken by the AP Government as the MSME sector contributes the economic development of the state and employment creation to the local youth.

Under this scheme, the people having accounts under the MSME act of 2006, will be restructured that have become stressed. RBI has now taken decision to permit a one-time restructuring of existing loans which were grated previously to MSMEs classified as standard without a downgrade in the asset classification.

This scheme will provide a lifeline to stressed MSMEs by ensuring that all eligible MSME units are permitted for a one-time restructuring of accounts up to 31-03-2020. A new ecosystem for MSMEs has been created in Andhra Pradesh State.

The AP Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy inaugurated the scheme at his camp office at Tadepalli.

Under this scheme, about 80,0000 MSMEs in the State would get benefited as their bank loans, which are subject to a ceiling of Rs 25 crores, would be restructured. They would get more financial support and more time for repayment of the loan.

The state’s Finance Minister Buggana Rajendranath said MSMEs were perpetually plagued by working capital shortage and many of them were becoming non-functional due to the problem. The State Government launched the scheme to rescue them.

Andhra Navodayam Scheme Eligibility Criteria

YSR Navodayam Scheme 2019 is launched only for the people of Andhra Pradesh State.
Tailors, weavers, barbers & people working in MSMEs are eligible for this scheme benefit.
State government will also provide the income criteria for the scheme eligibility very soon.
To take the benefit of this scheme people need to provide their bank account details.



Wednesday, 16 October 2019

SSC Nominal Rolls(NRs) Submission by Head Masters Guidelines from DGE Telangana

TS SSC Nominal Rolls(NRs) Submission by Head Masters Guidelines from DGE Telangana


TS SSC NR Submission, TS SSC Nominal Rolls, NR Submission to DEO, DGE TS instructions Guidelines on Nominal Rolls preparation, SSC NRs preparation for Regular Candidates, Private Once Failed Candidates, SSC Vocational Candidates, NR Submission by Head Masters, NR Online Submission. NR Submission guidelines issued by Director of Government Examinations Telangana.

Heads of High Schools in the State presenting Regular / Private Once failed Candidates, OSSC and Vocational Candidates for SSC Public Examinations, March- 2020, the collection of online data of the candidates is continued for this year to avoid mistakes. Separate guidelines will be kept in Website and will be intimated later on. 

The following are the instructions for the preparation of Nominal Rolls in respect of Regular / Private Once failed Candidates appearing for the S.S.C, O.S.S.C and S.S.C. Vocational Course Public Examinations, March- 2020.

It has been observed in the previous years that the Headmasters of certain Schools have submitted MNRs after 1 to 3 Months i.e., after the actual date of remittance of examination fee paid by them.  In all such cases late fee was collected as applicable on the date of submission of Manuscript Nominal Rolls in addition to initiating disciplinary action against the Headmaster / Management.

The due dates now fixed for submission of Manuscript Nominal Rolls and remittance of Examination fees must be followed without any delay and deviation scrupulously. Mere payment of Examination fees will not exempt from payment of late fee if they submit Manuscript Nominal Rolls (MNRs) along with Challan in the office of the District Educational Officer concerned after due dates. After completion of  due dates they will not be taken in the Office of the District Educational Officer concerned and the Headmaster / Management will have to face consequences and will be held personally responsible for the students from whom they have collected fees.  

For SSC public Examinations March 2020 no need to submit ICR cum OMR forms. The Head Master should furnish MNR data through Online within the prescribed schedule dates, besides submitting MNR, Challan etc. duly obtaining counter signature of the Dy. Educational Officer / Mandal Educational Officers concerned, through the District Educational Officer.  Without uploading the data of the students through online to this Office the MNRs will not be accepted. 

All the Headmasters in the state instructed to take utmost care while uploading the identification marks of the candidates, as certain school Headmasters are leaving blank column/making error in filling the same and approaching to this office for corrections/updation. Separate guidelines will be kept in website and will be intimated later on.
TS SSC Nominal Rolls(NRs) Submission by Head Masters Guidelines from DGE Telangana


There are two categories of candidates appearing for SSC Public Examinations, March- 2020. 

SSC Regular candidates: 

Students presently studying X class in Government, Zilla Parishad, Recognized Private Aided, Recognized Unaided, T.S. Residential, T.S. Minority Residential Schools, T.S.S.W Residential, T.S.T.W Residential, KGBV Schools,  MJPTSBCWR Schools, TS Model Schools, Ashram Schools and other recognized schools.

Composite courses for Regular Stream: 

As per the G.O.Ms.No. 6. School Education Department dated 17-02-2016 all the Composite courses being in vogue is restore the Composite Language Courses i.e., 

Telugu and Sanskrit (03T/04S, 80 Marks for Telugu and 20 Marks for Sanskrit),             

Urdu and Arabic / Persian (03U and 05A/06P 80 Marks for Urdu and 20 Marks for Arabic/Persian), 

Marathi and Hindi (03M/08H 80 Marks for Marathi and 20 Marks for Hindi) from the Academic year 2016-2017and onwards

From this academic year onwards i.e. (2019-2020) second language Urdu (09U) is Introduced.


Private (Once Failed) Candidates:-

who Failed in SSC March and SSC ASE June – 2019, SSC March and SSC ASE June – 2018, SSC March and June 2017 SSC March and June 2016 and the Candidates failed SSC March & June 2015 Examinations (New Syllabus candidates only) are treated as Once failed Candidates. 
Note: a) As per the Govt. Memo no. 5073/Prog.II/A1/2015, School Education (Prog.II) Dept, dt.24-11-2015. Government has informed that, no further permission is granted to the once failed Candidates under the Old syllabus to reappear SSC Examinations. Under any circumstances Old syllabus students are not allowed. If any deviations the Head Master will be personally held responsible and action will be initiated on concerned as per Act 25/97.

As per the G.O.Ms.No.2 School Education department, dated 26.08.2014., The existing facility of Students appearing for SSC Public Examinations Without School Study is be dispensed with from March 2015 onwards. Such Students can appear for X Class through other alternating systems like National or State Open School systems. 

Old syllabus failed candidates (i.e., before SSC March 2015) can appear for Tenth Class Examinations through National / Telangana Open Schools society


SPECIAL STREAMS OSSC:

Regular candidates studying X class (OSSC) in OSSC Schools.
Private Once failed candidates.( Candidates who failed from SSC March 2015 onwards)

SSC VOCATIONAL COURSE:

Students who opted SSC of general stream and vocational course appearing for vocational subjects for March-2020.
Private once failed candidates in vocational subjects.

PREPARATION OF NOMINAL ROLLS:

Read the instructions carefully before filling the columns prescribed there in.
Preparation of Nominal Rolls should be entrusted to Junior Assistant or a Teacher who is familiar with the preparation of Nominal Rolls and dealing with Examination work to avoid mistakes. Utmost care should be taken while writing the candidates Name, Father’s name, Mother’s name, Date of Birth, Community Code, Subject codes and AADHAR Number of the candidates etc.


Note: Special care shall be taken while writing in the MNRs Particulars of the following:
First write Surname followed by the remaining name of the candidate (In Block letters). If needed it should be abbreviated to fit within 42 characters only.
Leave a space between surname and the remaining name of the candidate.
Father’s Name and Mother’s Name by Abbreviating to fit in 42 characters in Block letters in MNR. 
Govt. have issued Memo vide No.7679/PE-Ser-II/A2/2010., dt:14-09-2010 to incorporate Mother’s name in the SSC Pass Certificate in additional to the father’s name from March 2011 Examinations onwards. Therefore before entering the Mother’s Name in the MNR, the Headmaster has to take a declaration from the parent concerned, duly entering the same in the school admission register.
All once failed private candidates (New syllabus) shall be insisted to mention the Roll number of the previous appearance i.e., June 2019 in MNR as well and their latest original failed memorandum of marks shall be enclosed to the MNR. However provision is provided in the MNR to write old Roll Number, Month & Year for other than June 2019 candidates.
Challans, Failed Memos, Recognition Orders, Medical certificates issued in respect of Physically Challenged candidates, figure statements etc should be attached and packed with MNR only and they shall not be mixed up with other papers.
The Headmaster of all the recognized schools should obtain one photocopy / Xerox of relevant documents and preserved the photo copies / Xerox copies duly attested by him as permanent record along with MNR and respect of both Regular and Private (Once failed) students. This will help the administration in sorting out future complications if any.

The Nominal Rolls shall be prepared separately in respect of:
Regular Candidates and Private Once failed candidates (New Syllabus candidates only i.e,Candidates who have failed in March 2015 and onwards).
Nominal Rolls in respect of (a) Regular Candidates,
Private Once failed candidates, other Than S.S.C Advanced Supplementary Examinations,June-2019 shall be prepared SEPARATELY. The particulars of the candidates uploaded through online and furnished in the Nominal Rolls shall be in the same order of serial number shown in the challan to avoid Confusion and for easy verification. The category of Candidates should be noted in RED INK BALL PEN on the Right side top corner of the Nominal Rolls.


Further all the Head Masters are hereby informed that the names of the candidates whose details are uploaded through online only shall be written in the MNRs. 

No candidate particulars should be furnished in the MNR without uploading the data of the candidates through online. If any deviation found the Head Masters will be held responsible and action will be initiated against the concerned. Further such candidates will not be admitted for the Examinations

Extracted nominal rolls are supplied in Duplicate for use in respect of the candidates who failed in SSC Advanced Supplementary Examinations, June- 2019 and wish to appear for SSC Public Examinations March-2020. All candidates must be noted in one copy of extracted Nominal Rolls and sent to the DEO concerned Second and third copy of extracted Nominal Rolls may be used if some more related candidates approach after 1st and 2nd batch sent to the DEO. However the concerned schools shall take Xerox copies of such extracted N.R and keep with them as office copy for future references.
Nominal Rolls pertaining to Blind, Deaf and Dumb and Orthopedically Challenged  candidates should be prepared and submitted SEPARATELY clearly superscribing in RED INK duly enclosing the permission letter issued by the Director of Government Examinations, Telangana State, Hyderabad and relevant documents in support of PH category. The code number of PH category should necessarily be noted in the NR as per the instructions shown in the blank nominal roll format without fail.
Only such of the candidates whose disability is more than 40% as per medical certificate alone are considered as P.H. Candidates under respective categories and the benefit/concessions will be given as per rules. (G.O.Ms.No.27, dt: 09-08-2000 of Women Development, Child Welfare & Disable Welfare (DW) Department.
Guardian’s name should not be written in the Father’s name column, since no such provision is made in the S.S.C Scheme. Only Father’s name & Mother’s name shall be written in MNR.
Care should be taken to see that candidates of the same medium come together, followed by another medium. For example, all Telugu medium candidates come in the first order followed by English medium etc.,

REGULAR CANDIDATES: SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS:

Care should be taken to see that the particulars pertaining to the Name of the candidate, Father’s name, Mother’s name, Date of birth, Gender, subjects offered for Community code, Medium of instruction, P.H. code, Aadhaar Number (not mandatory) etc. written in the Manuscript Nominal Rolls, the particulars of the candidate uploaded through online and the corresponding entries in the School Admission Register must be one and the same. There should not be any differences between the particulars given in MNR and School Admission Register as this will lead to complications for corrections of any mistakes in future.
A declaration from the parents shall also be taken for the confirmation of above particulars before uploading the candidate’s data through online. 
Identification marks mentioned in the admission register shall be verified physically before they are uploading through online in the case of regular candidates.
All the regular candidates MNRs submitted by the Headmasters of schools of all managements should be countersigned by the Deputy Educational Officer / Mandal Educational Officer concerned duly verifying all particulars as per the certification of Secretary, DCEB, with reference to number of Question Papers supplied to each High School by DCEB for Quarterly and Half yearly Examinations duly verifying the school Admission register and attendance register thoroughly. 

VOCATIONAL CANDIDATES:

Separate MNR has to be prepared in respect of Vocational candidates also as per the existing practice duly noting the paper code of Vocational Trade theory and practical in the remarks column. Ensure that Theory paper code which is noted in MNR and data uploaded through online shall be one and same.
In the MNR the Vocational trade theory and practicals have to be necessarily noted with Red Ink ball pen without fail for easy identification in the same MNR on the extreme right side.

O.S.S.C CANDIDATES:- 

Prepare separate MNRs for Regular and once failed candidates.
Fill up the correct paper code of the subjects appearing in MNR and upload the correct paper code through online and it should be tally with each other.
In respect of once failed candidates, correct previous Roll Number with Month & year has to be furnished both in Manual Nominal Rolls and uploaded data through online.

REMITTANCE OF FEES:

Collect the Examination fee and other fee as given in the notification and remit the amount through the prescribed consolidated Challan duly noting the names of the candidates who have paid the Examination fees, on the back side of the challan. If the space on the back side of the challan is not sufficient a white sheet may be used for noting the names. Care may be taken to remit the fee of the Regular / Private once failed candidates of earlier Examinations other than the S.S.C Advanced Supplementary Examinations, June-2019, candidates failed in the S.S.C Advanced Supplementary Examinations June-2019, through SEPARATE CONSOLIDATED CHALLANS IN THE CATEGORIES SHOWN ABOVE. They shall not be mixed-up with one another, to avoid confusion and for easy verification.
The Notified fee dates for SSC Public Exams, March-2020 are common for SSC, OSSC, Private all once failed candidates (New Syllabus only) and SSC vocational candidates. The notification has to be put on the notice board of the school for the convenience of the concerned. The Head of account to which fee has to be remitted is as follows.

0202-Education, Sports, Arts & Culture
01-General Education
102- Secondary Education 
06-Director of Government Examinations
800- User Charges

DDO Code:     25000303001

The candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes / Scheduled Tribes and Backward Classes who are appearing for SSC March-2020 for the first time as Regular candidates and whose parental income does not exceed Rs.24,000/- per annum in urban areas and Rs.20,000/- or land holding not exceeding 2.5 Acres wet land /   5 acres dry land in Rural areas are exempted from the payment of Examination fee. As such, the Headmasters are requested to satisfy themselves about the Parental income by insisting upon a certificate issued by the Mandal Revenue Officer as per rules, and retain the same in the school to produce before the officers and audit if sought for, and also to submit to this office on demand. The particulars of exemption shall be clearly noted in the remarks column of the M.N.R, with red ink failing which the M.N.R will not be accepted and will be returned under objection or such candidates name will not be registered for the S.S.C Examinations, March- 2020. 




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Heads of High Schools in the State presenting Regular / Private Once failed Candidates, OSSC and Vocational Candidates for SSC Public Examinations, March- 2020, the collection of online data of the candidates is continued for this year to avoid mistakes. Separate guidelines will be kept in Website and will be intimated later on. 

The following are the instructions for the preparation of Nominal Rolls in respect of Regular / Private Once failed Candidates appearing for the S.S.C, O.S.S.C and S.S.C. Vocational Course Public Examinations, March- 2020.

It has been observed in the previous years that the Headmasters of certain Schools have submitted MNRs after 1 to 3 Months i.e., after the actual date of remittance of examination fee paid by them.  In all such cases late fee was collected as applicable on the date of submission of Manuscript Nominal Rolls in addition to initiating disciplinary action against the Headmaster / Management.

The due dates now fixed for submission of Manuscript Nominal Rolls and remittance of Examination fees must be followed without any delay and deviation scrupulously. Mere payment of Examination fees will not exempt from payment of late fee if they submit Manuscript Nominal Rolls (MNRs) along with Challan in the office of the District Educational Officer concerned after due dates. After completion of  due dates they will not be taken in the Office of the District Educational Officer concerned and the Headmaster / Management will have to face consequences and will be held personally responsible for the students from whom they have collected fees.  

For SSC public Examinations March 2020 no need to submit ICR cum OMR forms. The Head Master should furnish MNR data through Online within the prescribed schedule dates, besides submitting MNR, Challan etc. duly obtaining counter signature of the Dy. Educational Officer / Mandal Educational Officers concerned, through the District Educational Officer.  Without uploading the data of the students through online to this Office the MNRs will not be accepted. 

All the Headmasters in the state instructed to take utmost care while uploading the identification marks of the candidates, as certain school Headmasters are leaving blank column/making error in filling the same and approaching to this office for corrections/updation. Separate guidelines will be kept in website and will be intimated later on.
TS SSC Nominal Rolls(NRs) Submission by Head Masters Guidelines from DGE Telangana


There are two categories of candidates appearing for SSC Public Examinations, March- 2020. 

SSC Regular candidates: 

Students presently studying X class in Government, Zilla Parishad, Recognized Private Aided, Recognized Unaided, T.S. Residential, T.S. Minority Residential Schools, T.S.S.W Residential, T.S.T.W Residential, KGBV Schools,  MJPTSBCWR Schools, TS Model Schools, Ashram Schools and other recognized schools.

Composite courses for Regular Stream: 

As per the G.O.Ms.No. 6. School Education Department dated 17-02-2016 all the Composite courses being in vogue is restore the Composite Language Courses i.e., 

Telugu and Sanskrit (03T/04S, 80 Marks for Telugu and 20 Marks for Sanskrit),             

Urdu and Arabic / Persian (03U and 05A/06P 80 Marks for Urdu and 20 Marks for Arabic/Persian), 

Marathi and Hindi (03M/08H 80 Marks for Marathi and 20 Marks for Hindi) from the Academic year 2016-2017and onwards

From this academic year onwards i.e. (2019-2020) second language Urdu (09U) is Introduced.


Private (Once Failed) Candidates:-

who Failed in SSC March and SSC ASE June – 2019, SSC March and SSC ASE June – 2018, SSC March and June 2017 SSC March and June 2016 and the Candidates failed SSC March & June 2015 Examinations (New Syllabus candidates only) are treated as Once failed Candidates. 
Note: a) As per the Govt. Memo no. 5073/Prog.II/A1/2015, School Education (Prog.II) Dept, dt.24-11-2015. Government has informed that, no further permission is granted to the once failed Candidates under the Old syllabus to reappear SSC Examinations. Under any circumstances Old syllabus students are not allowed. If any deviations the Head Master will be personally held responsible and action will be initiated on concerned as per Act 25/97.

As per the G.O.Ms.No.2 School Education department, dated 26.08.2014., The existing facility of Students appearing for SSC Public Examinations Without School Study is be dispensed with from March 2015 onwards. Such Students can appear for X Class through other alternating systems like National or State Open School systems. 

Old syllabus failed candidates (i.e., before SSC March 2015) can appear for Tenth Class Examinations through National / Telangana Open Schools society


SPECIAL STREAMS OSSC:

Regular candidates studying X class (OSSC) in OSSC Schools.
Private Once failed candidates.( Candidates who failed from SSC March 2015 onwards)

SSC VOCATIONAL COURSE:

Students who opted SSC of general stream and vocational course appearing for vocational subjects for March-2020.
Private once failed candidates in vocational subjects.

PREPARATION OF NOMINAL ROLLS:

Read the instructions carefully before filling the columns prescribed there in.
Preparation of Nominal Rolls should be entrusted to Junior Assistant or a Teacher who is familiar with the preparation of Nominal Rolls and dealing with Examination work to avoid mistakes. Utmost care should be taken while writing the candidates Name, Father’s name, Mother’s name, Date of Birth, Community Code, Subject codes and AADHAR Number of the candidates etc.


Note: Special care shall be taken while writing in the MNRs Particulars of the following:
First write Surname followed by the remaining name of the candidate (In Block letters). If needed it should be abbreviated to fit within 42 characters only.
Leave a space between surname and the remaining name of the candidate.
Father’s Name and Mother’s Name by Abbreviating to fit in 42 characters in Block letters in MNR. 
Govt. have issued Memo vide No.7679/PE-Ser-II/A2/2010., dt:14-09-2010 to incorporate Mother’s name in the SSC Pass Certificate in additional to the father’s name from March 2011 Examinations onwards. Therefore before entering the Mother’s Name in the MNR, the Headmaster has to take a declaration from the parent concerned, duly entering the same in the school admission register.
All once failed private candidates (New syllabus) shall be insisted to mention the Roll number of the previous appearance i.e., June 2019 in MNR as well and their latest original failed memorandum of marks shall be enclosed to the MNR. However provision is provided in the MNR to write old Roll Number, Month & Year for other than June 2019 candidates.
Challans, Failed Memos, Recognition Orders, Medical certificates issued in respect of Physically Challenged candidates, figure statements etc should be attached and packed with MNR only and they shall not be mixed up with other papers.
The Headmaster of all the recognized schools should obtain one photocopy / Xerox of relevant documents and preserved the photo copies / Xerox copies duly attested by him as permanent record along with MNR and respect of both Regular and Private (Once failed) students. This will help the administration in sorting out future complications if any.

The Nominal Rolls shall be prepared separately in respect of:
Regular Candidates and Private Once failed candidates (New Syllabus candidates only i.e,Candidates who have failed in March 2015 and onwards).
Nominal Rolls in respect of (a) Regular Candidates,
Private Once failed candidates, other Than S.S.C Advanced Supplementary Examinations,June-2019 shall be prepared SEPARATELY. The particulars of the candidates uploaded through online and furnished in the Nominal Rolls shall be in the same order of serial number shown in the challan to avoid Confusion and for easy verification. The category of Candidates should be noted in RED INK BALL PEN on the Right side top corner of the Nominal Rolls.


Further all the Head Masters are hereby informed that the names of the candidates whose details are uploaded through online only shall be written in the MNRs. 

No candidate particulars should be furnished in the MNR without uploading the data of the candidates through online. If any deviation found the Head Masters will be held responsible and action will be initiated against the concerned. Further such candidates will not be admitted for the Examinations

Extracted nominal rolls are supplied in Duplicate for use in respect of the candidates who failed in SSC Advanced Supplementary Examinations, June- 2019 and wish to appear for SSC Public Examinations March-2020. All candidates must be noted in one copy of extracted Nominal Rolls and sent to the DEO concerned Second and third copy of extracted Nominal Rolls may be used if some more related candidates approach after 1st and 2nd batch sent to the DEO. However the concerned schools shall take Xerox copies of such extracted N.R and keep with them as office copy for future references.
Nominal Rolls pertaining to Blind, Deaf and Dumb and Orthopedically Challenged  candidates should be prepared and submitted SEPARATELY clearly superscribing in RED INK duly enclosing the permission letter issued by the Director of Government Examinations, Telangana State, Hyderabad and relevant documents in support of PH category. The code number of PH category should necessarily be noted in the NR as per the instructions shown in the blank nominal roll format without fail.
Only such of the candidates whose disability is more than 40% as per medical certificate alone are considered as P.H. Candidates under respective categories and the benefit/concessions will be given as per rules. (G.O.Ms.No.27, dt: 09-08-2000 of Women Development, Child Welfare & Disable Welfare (DW) Department.
Guardian’s name should not be written in the Father’s name column, since no such provision is made in the S.S.C Scheme. Only Father’s name & Mother’s name shall be written in MNR.
Care should be taken to see that candidates of the same medium come together, followed by another medium. For example, all Telugu medium candidates come in the first order followed by English medium etc.,

REGULAR CANDIDATES: SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS:

Care should be taken to see that the particulars pertaining to the Name of the candidate, Father’s name, Mother’s name, Date of birth, Gender, subjects offered for Community code, Medium of instruction, P.H. code, Aadhaar Number (not mandatory) etc. written in the Manuscript Nominal Rolls, the particulars of the candidate uploaded through online and the corresponding entries in the School Admission Register must be one and the same. There should not be any differences between the particulars given in MNR and School Admission Register as this will lead to complications for corrections of any mistakes in future.
A declaration from the parents shall also be taken for the confirmation of above particulars before uploading the candidate’s data through online. 
Identification marks mentioned in the admission register shall be verified physically before they are uploading through online in the case of regular candidates.
All the regular candidates MNRs submitted by the Headmasters of schools of all managements should be countersigned by the Deputy Educational Officer / Mandal Educational Officer concerned duly verifying all particulars as per the certification of Secretary, DCEB, with reference to number of Question Papers supplied to each High School by DCEB for Quarterly and Half yearly Examinations duly verifying the school Admission register and attendance register thoroughly. 

VOCATIONAL CANDIDATES:

Separate MNR has to be prepared in respect of Vocational candidates also as per the existing practice duly noting the paper code of Vocational Trade theory and practical in the remarks column. Ensure that Theory paper code which is noted in MNR and data uploaded through online shall be one and same.
In the MNR the Vocational trade theory and practicals have to be necessarily noted with Red Ink ball pen without fail for easy identification in the same MNR on the extreme right side.

O.S.S.C CANDIDATES:- 

Prepare separate MNRs for Regular and once failed candidates.
Fill up the correct paper code of the subjects appearing in MNR and upload the correct paper code through online and it should be tally with each other.
In respect of once failed candidates, correct previous Roll Number with Month & year has to be furnished both in Manual Nominal Rolls and uploaded data through online.

REMITTANCE OF FEES:

Collect the Examination fee and other fee as given in the notification and remit the amount through the prescribed consolidated Challan duly noting the names of the candidates who have paid the Examination fees, on the back side of the challan. If the space on the back side of the challan is not sufficient a white sheet may be used for noting the names. Care may be taken to remit the fee of the Regular / Private once failed candidates of earlier Examinations other than the S.S.C Advanced Supplementary Examinations, June-2019, candidates failed in the S.S.C Advanced Supplementary Examinations June-2019, through SEPARATE CONSOLIDATED CHALLANS IN THE CATEGORIES SHOWN ABOVE. They shall not be mixed-up with one another, to avoid confusion and for easy verification.
The Notified fee dates for SSC Public Exams, March-2020 are common for SSC, OSSC, Private all once failed candidates (New Syllabus only) and SSC vocational candidates. The notification has to be put on the notice board of the school for the convenience of the concerned. The Head of account to which fee has to be remitted is as follows.

0202-Education, Sports, Arts & Culture
01-General Education
102- Secondary Education 
06-Director of Government Examinations
800- User Charges

DDO Code:     25000303001

The candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes / Scheduled Tribes and Backward Classes who are appearing for SSC March-2020 for the first time as Regular candidates and whose parental income does not exceed Rs.24,000/- per annum in urban areas and Rs.20,000/- or land holding not exceeding 2.5 Acres wet land /   5 acres dry land in Rural areas are exempted from the payment of Examination fee. As such, the Headmasters are requested to satisfy themselves about the Parental income by insisting upon a certificate issued by the Mandal Revenue Officer as per rules, and retain the same in the school to produce before the officers and audit if sought for, and also to submit to this office on demand. The particulars of exemption shall be clearly noted in the remarks column of the M.N.R, with red ink failing which the M.N.R will not be accepted and will be returned under objection or such candidates name will not be registered for the S.S.C Examinations, March- 2020. 




Monday, 14 October 2019

TS SA-I Time Table Summative Assesment-I exams Time Table schedule for classes I to X in Telangana

TS SA-I Time Table Summative Assesment-I exams Time Table schedule for classes I to X in Telangana

TS SA-I Time Table, Telangana Summative Assessment-I Tests Schedule, SA-I Time Table in Telangana state, Download TS SA-I exams schedule for Telangana schools, Summative-I Time Table, Summative Tests Time Table, SA1 Schedule, TS SA-I conducting of Examinations in the month of September/October every year, Summative Exams Schedule, Time Table for SA-I.

All the DEOs & RJDSEs and HMs in the state are informed that Time Table for Summative Assessment has been revised. As per the Academic Calendar communicated already, the Summative assessment (SA-1) Was scheduled from 21-10-2018 to 26-10-2018 for the classes 1st to 10th. But due to extension of Dassara Holidays by the State Government the schedule for conduct of (SA-I) Summative Assessment is also rescheduled. There is small Change in SA-I Time Table. The first two exams which were scheduled on 21-10-2019 & 22-10-2019 have been re-scheduled on 29-10-2019 & 30-10-2019. The time table for the exams from 23-10-2019 to 26-10-2019 remains same
TS SA-I Time Table Summative Assesment-I exams Time Table schedule for classes I to X in Telangana

In this regard, time table is being communicated with instructions for conduct of Summative Assessment (SA-1) and valuation of answer scripts.
Sl.No.Dateclass I to V 9:30am to 12pmsubjects for VI adn VII 10am to 12:45pmsubjects for class VIII 2pm to 4:45pmsubjects for IX and X 10am to 12:45pm and 2pm to 4:45pm
125-10-20191st Language (Telugu/Urdu)1st Language (Telugu/Urdu)MathematicsMathematics Paper-1 and Paper-2
226-10-2019English2nd Language(Hindi/Telugu)Phy.Scie 10am to 12:45pm and Bio.Sci(2pm to 4:45pm)Phy.sci Paper-1 and Bio.Sci Paper-2

329-10-2019Mathematics3rd LanguageSocialSocial Ppaer-1 and Paper-2
430-10-2019EVSSocial1st Language(Telugu/Urdu)1st Language(Telugu/Urdu) Paper-1 and Paper-2
531-10-2019-Mathematics2nd Language(Hindi/Telugu)3rd Language(English) Paper-1 and Paper-2

601-11-2019-General Science3rd Language(English)2nd Language(Hindi/Telugu) 10am to 1pm
Therefore the DEOs are informed to give necessary instructions to all the schools in their jurisdiction on conduct of summative assessment (SA-1), valuation of answer scripts shall be completed by 04-11-2019. Recording the results in cumulative records shall be completed by 05-11-2019 and issue of cumulative records which shall be completed in all aspects by 06-11-2019.

The DEOs are also informed to instruct the DCEB secretaries to prepare and finalize including moderation of question papers at their level duly conducting the work shops by involving expert teachers of concerned district.
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TS SA-I Time Table Summative Assesment-I exams Time Table schedule for classes I to X in Telangana

TS SA-I Time Table, Telangana Summative Assessment-I Tests Schedule, SA-I Time Table in Telangana state, Download TS SA-I exams schedule for Telangana schools, Summative-I Time Table, Summative Tests Time Table, SA1 Schedule, TS SA-I conducting of Examinations in the month of September/October every year, Summative Exams Schedule, Time Table for SA-I.

All the DEOs & RJDSEs and HMs in the state are informed that Time Table for Summative Assessment has been revised. As per the Academic Calendar communicated already, the Summative assessment (SA-1) Was scheduled from 21-10-2018 to 26-10-2018 for the classes 1st to 10th. But due to extension of Dassara Holidays by the State Government the schedule for conduct of (SA-I) Summative Assessment is also rescheduled. There is small Change in SA-I Time Table. The first two exams which were scheduled on 21-10-2019 & 22-10-2019 have been re-scheduled on 29-10-2019 & 30-10-2019. The time table for the exams from 23-10-2019 to 26-10-2019 remains same
TS SA-I Time Table Summative Assesment-I exams Time Table schedule for classes I to X in Telangana

In this regard, time table is being communicated with instructions for conduct of Summative Assessment (SA-1) and valuation of answer scripts.
Sl.No.Dateclass I to V 9:30am to 12pmsubjects for VI adn VII 10am to 12:45pmsubjects for class VIII 2pm to 4:45pmsubjects for IX and X 10am to 12:45pm and 2pm to 4:45pm
125-10-20191st Language (Telugu/Urdu)1st Language (Telugu/Urdu)MathematicsMathematics Paper-1 and Paper-2
226-10-2019English2nd Language(Hindi/Telugu)Phy.Scie 10am to 12:45pm and Bio.Sci(2pm to 4:45pm)Phy.sci Paper-1 and Bio.Sci Paper-2

329-10-2019Mathematics3rd LanguageSocialSocial Ppaer-1 and Paper-2
430-10-2019EVSSocial1st Language(Telugu/Urdu)1st Language(Telugu/Urdu) Paper-1 and Paper-2
531-10-2019-Mathematics2nd Language(Hindi/Telugu)3rd Language(English) Paper-1 and Paper-2

601-11-2019-General Science3rd Language(English)2nd Language(Hindi/Telugu) 10am to 1pm
Therefore the DEOs are informed to give necessary instructions to all the schools in their jurisdiction on conduct of summative assessment (SA-1), valuation of answer scripts shall be completed by 04-11-2019. Recording the results in cumulative records shall be completed by 05-11-2019 and issue of cumulative records which shall be completed in all aspects by 06-11-2019.

The DEOs are also informed to instruct the DCEB secretaries to prepare and finalize including moderation of question papers at their level duly conducting the work shops by involving expert teachers of concerned district.
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