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28 Jul 2015

GO 108 Filling of 15,522 vacant posts through Direct Recruitment – Permission to the Recruiting Agencies

GOVERNMENT OF TELANGANA

Public Services – Recruitments – Filling of Fifteen Thousand Five Hundred and Twenty Two (15,522) vacant posts through Direct Recruitment – Permission to the Recruiting Agencies – Orders –Issued.
FINANCE (HRM-I) DEPARTMENT
G.O.MS.No. 108                                    Dated:27.07.2015.
Read the following:-
  1. G.O.Ms.No.275 Finance and Planning (Finance Wing–Surplus Man Power Cell) Department, Dt:14-12-1995.
  2. G.O.Rt.No.2147, Genl. Admn. (DPC-I) Department, dt:16-05-2014.
  3. G.O.Rt.No.595, Gen. Admn. (Ser.D) Department, dt:17-09-2014.
  4. Proposals received from various departments.
ORDER:
Government of Telangana have reviewed the Direct Recruitment vacancy position in Government Departments and other Institutions under the control of Government of Telangana. After careful examination of the proposals furnished by the Departments and keeping in view of the actual requirement of manpower with reference to the nature of work and activities of the department and also the overall financial implications, Government hereby accord permission to fill (15,522) vacancies of various categories through direct recruitment by relevant recruiting agencies as shown below:-
1 I. TELANGANA STATE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION 3783 Download full Details
2 II. STATE LEVEL POLICE RECRUITMENT BOARD 9058
3 III. DEPARTMENTAL SELECTION COMMITTE 2681
4 GRAND TOTAL 15522
2. The Secretary, Telangana State Public Service Commission and other recruiting agencies shall take appropriate steps for filling the above vacancies through direct recruitment by obtaining the details, such as local cadres of the vacancies as per the Presidential Order (zone/ district etc.,), roster points, qualifications, etc., from the concerned authorities. The Telangana State Public Service Commission and other recruiting agencies shall issue schedule for recruitment expeditiously and issue notification accordingly.

3. All administrative departments and the Heads of Departments, Managing Directors concerned shall furnish details of all vacant posts authorized in this order, including the local cadre wise vacancy position, roster points and qualifications, etc., to the recruiting agencies immediately under intimation to Finance Department.

4. For the posts authorized to be filled by the Departmental Selection Committees, and the corporations, the administrative departments of secretariat and the heads of departments concerned and the corporations as the case may be, shall take necessary action for filling the respective posts duly following the Rule of Reservation, the provisions of the Presidential Order and the provisions of the Service Rules applicable to the relevant posts. They shall adopt a transparent selection procedure based on written test for the purpose. The departments shall obtain specific orders on the composition of the selection committee, selection process and other issues related to the recruitment process duly following the rules of business.

5. All concerned are hereby instructed to take immediate action to implement these orders.

(BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF TELANGANA)
N.SIVA SANKAR
SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT

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GO 329 Raising Upper Age limit by 10 years for Direct Recruitment through TSPSC and other Recruiting Agencies

GOVERNMENT OF TELANGANA

PUBLIC SERVICES – Direct Recruitment – Raising of Upper Age Limit by 10 years for the ensuing recruitments through Telangana State Public Service Commission and other Recruiting Agencies – Orders – Issued.
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GENERAL ADMINISTRATION (SERVICES-A) DEPARTMENT
G.O.MS.No. 329                     Date: 27.07.2015.
Read the following:
1. Representations received from Public representatives and Un-employed youth.
2. G.O.Rt.No.1686, G.A.(Cabinet) Department, dt: 16.06.2015.
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ORDER:
Government has been according top priority for filling vacancies in Government Departments by direct recruitment to provide employment opportunities to the educated youth, consequent on formation of State of Telangana. Clearances are also being given to the TSPSC and also other recruiting agencies for notifying the vacancies.

2. A number of representations have been received from unemployed youth, and also from the public representatives for considering relaxation of upper age limit for direct recruitment to enable more unemployed youth to become eligible to compete in the recruitment Process and the matter has been referred to the Cabinet Sub-Committee constituted – vide G.O. 2nd read above and the said committee reviewed the matter and made certain recommendations.

3. Government after careful examination of the matter, hereby decided to raise the upper age limit by 10 years i.e. from 34 years to 44 years for the ensuing direct recruitments in various categories of posts to be notified by the recruiting agencies in the State.

4. Accordingly, the following adhoc rule is issued raising the upper age limit of 34 years prescribed in Rule 12 of State and Subordinate Service Rules, by ten years for the direct recruitments.

5. The following notification will be published in the Telangana State Gazette:

NOTIFICATION
In exercise of the powers conferred by the proviso to Article 309 of the Constitution of India, the Governor of Telangana hereby makes the following Adhoc rule, namely:-

ADHOC RULE
Notwithstanding anything contained in the State and Sub-ordinate Service Rules or in the Special or Adhoc Rules for any State and Subordinate Services, the maximum age limit prescribed in the said rules for appointment by direct recruitment shall be raised by “Ten years” i.e., from 34 years to 44 years for a period of one year from the date of issue of G.O., to the various categories of posts to be notified for the purpose of direct recruitment, by all the recruiting agencies in the State. The age concession over and above the upper age limit shall also be allowed in accordance with the Rule 12 of the State and Subordinate Service Rules.

Provided that nothing in this rule shall apply for direct recruitment to the posts of uniformed services viz., Police, Excise, Fire, Prisons, Forest Departments etc., for which physical standards have been prescribed in the State and Subordinate Service Rules or in the relevant Special or Adhoc rules.

(BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF TELANGANA)
RAJIV SHARMA
CHIEF SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT

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24 Jul 2015

GO103 Allowance for Blind and Physically Handicapped employees

GOVERNMENT OF TELANGANA

ALLOWANCES – The Manual of Special Pays and Allowances - Conveyance Allowance Recommendations of Tenth Pay Revision Commission -Orders - Issued.
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FINANCE (HRM.IV) DEPARTMENT
G.O.Ms.No.103                                   Dated: 24-07-2015.
Read the following.
  1. G.O.Ms. No. 108, Finance(TA) Department, dated:07.04.2010.
  2. G.O.Ms. No.25. Finance(HRM.IV) Department, dated:18.03.2015.
 In the Government Order first read above, based on the recommendations of Ninth Pay Revision Commission, orders were issued enhancing the rates of conveyance allowance in the context of introduction of Revised Pay Scales, 2010, while discontinuing the allowance to certain categories as shown in the annexure appended to it.

2. In the Government Order second read above, based on the recommendations of the Tenth Pay Revision Commission, orders were issued for implementing the Revised Pay Scales, 2015 to the State Government Employee.

3. The Tenth Pay Revision Commission, inter alia, endorsed the recommendations of  PRC, 2010 for the deletion of certain categories of posts from the list of posts eligible to the Conveyance Allowance as deailed in Annexure-III of the Manual of Special Pays and Allowancesand recommended  for enhancement in monthly rates for the remaining categories.

4. The Government have accepted the above recommendation of 10th Pay Revision Commission and hereby order the following:
  1. i. The existing rate of Conveyance Allowance which is subject to maintenance of Motor Car or a Motor Cycle be increased by 20% rounded off to the nearest ten rupees subject to a maximum of Rs.1050/- (Rupees One thousand and Fifty only) per month.
  2. That the existing rate of conveyance allowance which is subject to maintenance of Bicycle be raised to Rs.300/- (Rupees Three Hundred only) per month uniformly.
5. The posts eligible for Conveyance Allowance are shown in the Annexure appended to this G.O.

Conveyance Allowance for Blind and Physically Handicapped employees:

6. The Government have accepted the recommendations of 10th Pay Revision Commission with modification and hereby order that the Conveyance Allowanceshall be paid at 10% of basic pay subject to a maximum of Rs.2,000/- per month to the Blind and Physically Handicapped employees. All other conditions regarding eligibility, procedure etc., shall remain unchanged.

7. These orders shall come into force with effect from 01.07.2015.

8. Necessary amendments to the Manual of Special Pays and Allowances will be issued
in due course.

9. The G.O. is available on Internet and can be accessed at the addresses http://www.goir.telangana.gov.in and http://www.finance.telangana.gov.in.

(BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF TELANGANA)
N.SIVA SANKAR
SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT

22 Jul 2015

I to V (Primary Classes) Formative Assessment-1 Question Papers

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GO101 - Death Relief of Pensioner enhanced to Rs. 20,000/-

GOVERNMENT OF TELANGANA

Death Relief - Relief in case of death of pensioners in receipt of service pension – Raised to a minimum of Rs.20,000/- Orders – Issued.
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FINANCE (HRM-V) DEPARTMENT

G.O.Ms.No. 101                Dated:21-07-2015.                
 Read the following:-
  1. G.O.Ms.No.504 Finance & Planning (FW: Pen.I) Department,    dt.10.12.1976.
  2. G.O.Ms.No.281 Finance & Planning (FW: Pen.I) dated 05.11.1982.
  3. G.O.Ms.No.298 Finance & Planning (FW: Pen.I) Dept., dt.20.09.1989.
  4. G.O.Ms.No.88 Finance & Planning (FW: Pen. I) Dept., dt.25.05.1998.
  5. G.O.Ms.No.250 Finance (Pen. I) Dept., dt.04.10.2005.
  6. G.O.Ms.No.102 Finance (Pen. I) Dept., dt.04.10.2010.
  7. G.O.Ms.No.238 Finance (Pen.I) Department dated 16.8.2008
  8. G.O.Ms.No.136 Finance (Pen.I) Department dated 29.06.2011.
  9. G.O.Ms.No.95, G.A. (Spl.A)Department,dated: 28.2.2013.
  10. G.O.Ms.No.25   Finance (HRM.IV) Dept., dated:18.03.2015
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ORDER
   
Orders were issued in the G.O 1st  read above to the effect that in the event of the death of a retired Government employee who is in receipt of service pension, a lump sum amount equal to one month’s pension, subject to a minimum of Rs.150/- shall be payable to the nominee nominated by the Pensioner in accordance with the instructions laid down therein. Subsequently, the minimum amount was raised to Rs.500/-, Rs.1000/-, Rs.2000/-, Rs.5000/- and Rs.10,000/-  in  the  references  2nd   to  6th   respectively  read above.

2.    In the reference 7th read above, orders have been issued extending the above  relief  to  all  the  categories  of  Non-Government  Service  Pensioners whose  service  Pension  is  being  charged  to  2071  –  Pension  &  Other Retirement Benefits.

3. In the reference 8th read above based on the recommendations of the Group of Ministers, Government, extended the Death Relief to the Family Pensioner i.e.,  in case of demise of Family Pensioner, the amount shall be paid to the legal heirs of the family pensioner.

4.      In  the  Government  Order  9th    read  above,  orders  were  issued constituting Tenth  Pay Revision Commission and Government appointed Sri Pradeep Kumar Agarwal, IAS (Retd) as Pay Revision Commissioner laying down the terms of reference of the Commission. The Pay Revision Commission submitted its report to the Government on 29.04.2014 and recommended, inter alia,  to enhance the  minimum relief from Rs.10,000/- (Rupees Ten Thousand only)  to Rs.20,000/- (Twenty Thousand Only).

5.      After  careful  consideration  of  the  report,  Government  decided  to accept   the above recommendation and hereby order that the existing minimum amount of Rs.10,000/- (Rupees Ten Thousand only)  referred to in the G.O. 6th read above shall be raised to Rs.20,000/- (Rupees Twenty thousand only).

6. The Pension Disbursing Officers concerned shall arrange payment of the amount to the nominee or where the nominee predeceased, to the alternative nominee, as far as possible, on the same day of the death of the Service Pensioner or on the next working day immediately following the day of the death of the Pensioner.

7.      All other conditions and instructions issued in the references read above shall however continue to be in force.  These orders shall apply to the cases of deaths occurred on or after the date of issue of these orders.

8.      The G.O is available on Internet and can be accessed at the address http://goir.telangana.gov.in and http://finance.telangana.gov.in.
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[BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF TELANGANA]

N.SIVA SANKAR
SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT



TS GO100 - Medical allowance - Ceiling for eligibility for getting family pension for son/ daughter/ widowed daughter

GOVERNMENT OF TELANGANA

PENSIONS – Recommendations of the Tenth of Pay Revision Commission 2015- Medical allowance - Ceiling for eligibility for getting family pension for son/ daughter/ widowed daughter etc,.  - Orders - Issued.
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FINANCE (HRM.V) DEPARTMENT
G.O.Ms.No. 100                  Dated: 21-07-2015.
     Read the following:-
  1. G.O.Ms.No.100 Finance (Pen-1) Department, dated 06.04.2010.
  2. G.O.Ms.No.315 Finance (Pen-1) Department, dated 07.10.2010.
  3. G.O.Ms.No.95 G.A. (Spl.A) Department, dated.28.02.2013.
  4. G.O.Ms.No.25   Finance (HRM.IV) Dept., dated:18.03.2015
O R D E R:

In the Government Order 3rd read above, orders were issued constituting Tenth Pay Revision Commission appointing Sri Pradeep Kumar Agarwal, IAS (Retd) as Pay Revision Commissioner laying down the terms of reference of the Commission.  

2.    The Tenth Pay Revision Commission submitted its report to the Government on 29.05.2014 and recommended, inter alia, in respect of the following pensionary benefits.
  1. i) Additional Quantum of pension 
  2. ii) Medical Allowance
  3. iii)    Amount of ceiling for eligibility for getting family pension for son/ daughter/ widowed daughter.
3.    After careful consideration of the Report, Government decided to accept the recommendations of the Pay Revision Commissioner on para 2 (ii) and 2(iii) above and hereby order that:
  1. i)    ADDITIONAL QUANTUM OF PENSION: The existing pattern of additional quantum of pension shall continue as ordered in G.O.Ms.No 100 Finance (Pen-1) Department, dated 06.04.2010. 
  2. ii)  MEDICAL ALLOWANCE:  The medical allowance to the pensioners/family pensioners is enhanced from Rs.200/­ to Rs.350/­ per month.  This shall be disbursed along with their monthly pension.
  3. iii)  The monetary ceiling of income prescribed for eligibility to draw family pension in respect of Category-I and Category-II persons under Rule 50 of the Revised Pension Rules, 1980 is enhanced to  Rs. 6500/- per month ( Rupees Six Thousand Five Hundred only ) from all sources.
 4     These orders shall come into force with effect from 02.06.2014 and shall apply to all Government Servants including the retired University/ Government/ Aided College Teachers who are drawing the UGC pay Scales in the state and to all Non-Government service pensioners whose service pension is being charged to 2071 pensions and Other Retirement Benefits, who retired or whose death took place on or after this date.

5.  The G.O is available on Internet and can be accessed at the address http://goir.telangana.gov.in and http://fiinance.telangana.gov.in.

[BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF TELANGANA]
N.SIVA SANKAR
SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT

TS GO99 Enhanced of max. limit of Retirment Gratuity

GOVERNMENT OF TELANGANA

PENSIONS – Enhancement of maximum limit of Retirement Gratuity from Rs.8,00,000/- to Rs.12,00,000/- - Orders - Issued.
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FINANCE (PENSION-I) DEPARTMENT
G.O.Ms.No.  99                                                        Dated: 21-07-2015.
 Read the following:
  1. G.O.Ms.No.249 Finance (Pen-1) Department, dated 04.10.2005
  2. G.O.Ms.No.101 Finance (Pen-1) Department, dated 06.04.2010
  3. G.O.Ms.No.51 Finance (Pen-1) Department, dated 01.04.2011
  4. G.O.Ms.No.95 G.A. (Spl.A) Department, dated.28.02.2013.
  5. G.O.Ms.No.25   Finance (HRM.IV) Dept., dated:18.03.2015
O R D E R:

In the Government Order 4th read above, orders were issued constituting Tenth Pay Revision Commission appointing Sri Pradeep Kumar Agarwal, IAS (Retd) as Pay Revision Commissioner laying down the terms of reference of the Commission.  

2.      The Tenth Pay Revision Commission submitted its report to  the Government on 29.05.2014 and recommended, inter-alia, to the effect that:

The maximum limit of the Retirement Gratuity be raised from  Rs.8,00,000/- (Rupees Eight Lakhs only) to Rs.12,00,000/- (Rupees Twelve Lakhs only)

3.      After careful consideration of the Report, Government decided  to accept the recommendations of the Pay Revision Commissioner and hereby order that:
  1. i)    The  maximum  limit  of  Retirement  Gratuity  ordered  in                  G.O .Ms  No. 51 Finance (Pen.I) Department dated 01.04.2011 be raised from Rs. 8,00,000/- (Rupees Eight lakhs only) to Rs.12,00,000/-(Rupees Twelve Lakhs only).
  2. ii)    The  formula  for  calculation  of  Retirement  Gratuity  shall  be followed  as ordered in para 3 of G.O.Ms.No.14 Finance & Planning (FW: Pen.I) Department, dated 30.1.1999.
  3. iii)    As regards the arrears on account of revision of Gratuity   from 02.06.2014 to 28.02.2015, orders will be issued separately.  The revised gratuity shall be paid in cash from the month of March onwards.
4     These orders shall come into force with effect from 02.06.2014 and shall apply to all Government Servants including the retired University/ Government/ Aided College Teachers who are drawing the UGC pay Scales in the state and to all Non-Government service Pensioners whose service Pension is being charged to 2071 Pension and Other Retirement benefits who retired or whose death took place on or after this date.

5.      Necessary amendments to Rule 46 of the Andhra Pradesh Revised Pension Rules 1980, will be issued separately.

6.      The G.O is available on Internet and can be accessed at the address http://goir.telangana.gov.in and http://fiinance.telangana.gov.in.

[BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF TELANGANA]

N.SIVA SANKAR
SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT

8 May 2015

Our School Garden - 5th Class English

Our School Garden (www.naabadi.org)


It’s a primary school. Mrs. Malathi is in class V.
It’s cloudy. Suddenly the students hear a thunder.
After a few minutes it starts raining.
Some children ran to the window.
Some of them ran to the door.
Children stretched their hands into the rain.
Water drops tickled their hands.

Wow! How nice it is! It was the first rain of the season.
‘Smell the earth. It’s nice,’ someone said.

Mrs. Malathi : Children! Here is an announcement for you.
Children : An announcement! What is it teacher?
Mrs. Malathi :    Well…we are going to grow vegetables in our  school garden.
Meena : Good idea, teacher! But how  do we get seeds?
Rajesh : I’ll ask my father to bring some seeds.
John : Which seeds can you bring?
Rajesh : Many of them, ‘brinjal, bottle gourd, tomatoes, chillies, spinach,  coriander,  mint and many other leafy vegetables’.
John : Great! You have a rich garden, don’t you?
Ragamai : Why don’t we grow flower plants?
Mrs. Malathi :  Why not? We’ll grow some flower plants too.
Children : We all can bring seeds and plants.
Mrs. Malathi :  That’s nice, we’ll have a big garden here with vegetable and flower plants.
Meena : I think we need a leader, a garden leader.
John : Why?  It’ll be everybody’s garden.
Children : But we must do many things.
Mrs. Malathi :  First, we should level the ground.
Children : Yes we should. We need tools, don’t we?
Mrs. Malathi : Yes, we’ll get tools for you.
Rajesh : We’ll make fences.
Mrs. Malathi : Each student must adopt a plant and he / she should take care of it.
Children : Sure, teacher.

7 May 2015

Five Friendly Farmers - 5th Class Poem

Five Friendly Farmers

 

Five Friendly Formers (www.naabadi.org)
Five friendly farmers
wake up with the sun.
For it is early morning
and the chores must be done.

The first friendly farmer
goes to milk the cow.
The second friendly farmer
thought he’d better plough.

The third friendly farmer
feeds the hungry hens.
The fourth friendly farmer
puts the piggies in their pens.

The fifth friendly farmer
picks the ripe corn.
And waves to the neighbour
when he blows his horn.


When the work is finished
and the evening sky is red,
five tired farmers
tumble into bed!




Big Surprise - 5th Class English

        Lalitha, a ten-year old girl sowed some tomato seeds in the kitchen garden. The seeds grew into little plants after a few days. Lalitha planted them in the middle of the garden. She pulled every weed and never allowed an insect or a worm near her pet plants. When the days were hot, she poured water to the plants at night also. She planted flowers all around her plot to make it beautiful. The flowers also grew and blossomed. But the tomato plants were not so promising except one plant. That plant was a beautiful one. The leaves were green and the tiny green tomatoes began to show. Lalitha and her sister Kavitha, who is fourteen, watered the plants daily. A very large beautiful tomato grew in the plant.
Big Surprise (www.naabadi.org)

        One day, Lalitha’s brother said, ‘ I am going to take my chickens to the district exhibition. I know they will win the first prize.’

        Lalitha at once thought of her large tomato and ran to her sister and said, ‘Kavitha, do people take tomatoes to exhibitions?’ she asked.

        ‘Of course, they do. There is always a prize for the best and biggest one grown around here. Why don’t you take your big tomato?’

         ‘Oh, could I?’ Lalitha jumped and clapped.

        ‘Why not?’ Kavitha said, ‘Father says it is the finest tomato he has ever seen. You can take it to the exhibition. Don’t tell anyone, you can surprise mother and father. When judges announce the first prize to Miss Lalitha, they will be surprised. The judge will also give you a blue ribbon.’

        ‘Yes, yes,’ cried Lalitha.

        Kavitha wrote a card and showed it to Lalitha. It read ‘Tomato raised by Lalitha, aged eight.’

        ‘I hope they won’t think the tomato is ten years old,’ Lalitha laughed.

‘We will pick the tomato after father, mother and brother have gone to the exhibition. We’ll carry it in a pretty basket. We can go alone in the bus,’ Kavitha said. They went to the garden to pick the tomato and were shocked.
  Why was Lalitha happy?
  What happened in the garden?
  Why were Kavitha and her sister shocked?
        The large beautiful tomato was missing.

        ‘Oh! Someone has stolen my beautiful tomato!’ cried Lalitha,

        Kavitha and Lalitha were not happy. Lalitha was weeping all the way to the exhibition grounds . The girls went first to the hall to see the pets, and then to the vegetable display. They could not believe their eyes, among other tomatoes was Lalitha’s big beauty. ‘Look, Kavitha, that’s my tomato!’ she cried.

        The girls found places near their parents. The judges began to award prizes. Coming to tomatoes, one judge picked Lalitha’s tomato and said, ‘This big beauty wins the first prize. It was raised by Miss Lalitha aged ten. Will Miss Lalitha step forward?’

        There were claps as Lalitha received her blue ribbon. She said, ‘Thank you.’ Then she came to her father and said, ‘Father, how did my tomato get here?’

        ‘I brought it. I wanted to surprise you,’ he laughed.

        ‘But we, Kavitha and I wanted to surprise you,’ said Lalitha.

        The judge said, ‘Can anyone suggest  a name  for  this big beautiful tomato?’

        Lalitha spoke up,  ‘The Big Surprise.’

        All  the  family members laughed heartily.

Residential School - V Class Admission Test 2015-16, Results

Telangana Residential Entrance test Results | V Class Admission Test Results | TSREI, Hyderabad, V Class Results

TSREI, Hyd Conduct the Test for Admission into V Class for Academic Year 2015-16. The entrance test held on 19-04-2015. About 33,500 students applied and 30,000 students attended to write the entrance test.

Now, the entrance test results released. You may check results only entering with Nominal Roll number.

Sample Result Sheet

If you lose your Nominal Roll No. or misplaced, no need to worry about it. You can download telangana Nominal Roll list who are applied (EXCEL file)  from official website http://tresidential.cgg.gov.in/default.aspx
  or

Other Direct Link: Click Here


          Shesukumari, Secratory, TSREI, Hyderabad says 3325 students are temporarily selected. Selected students must attend at District Convenor Residential School on 20th May, 2015 with original Certificates. After Verification of Original Certificates, they get admission into V class.

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29 Apr 2015

GO.MS.No.49 Dt:27.04.2015 - RPS,2015 for deduction of Telangana GLI Compulsory Premium - New Slab Rates

GOVERNMENT OF TELANGANA

Public Services – Telangana Government Life Insurance Scheme – Revision of Pay Scales with reference to Revised Pay Scales, 2015 for deduction of Telangana Government Life Insurance Compulsory Premium – Orders – Issued.
FINANCE (ADMN.I) DEPARTMENT

G.O.MS.No. 49.                               Dated: 27.04.2015.
Read the following:
  1. G.O.Ms.No.368, Finance & Planning (FW.Admn.II) Dept., dated.15.11.1994.
  2. G.O.Ms.No.231, Finance (Admn.II) Department Dt.28.06.2010.
  3. G.O.Ms.No.25, Finance (HRM.IV) Department, Dt.18.03.2015.
  4. Lr.No.10/Genl/PRC/2014-15, Dt.26.03.2015, of Director of Insurance,
    Government of Telangana, Hyderabad.
 ORDER:
In the reference 1st read above, Government have introduced the slab rates of compulsory premium towards Government Life Insurance Scheme for the State Government Employees.

2. In the reference 2nd read above, orders were issued to revise the pay slabs for deduction of Government Life Insurance Compulsory Premium from all the State Government Employees with reference to the Revised Pay Scales, 2010.

3. Consequent of implementation of Revised Scales of Pay, 2015 to the State Government Employees issued in the reference 3rd read above, it has become necessary to revise the slab rates of premium towards Telangana Government Life Insurance Scheme with reference to the pay drawn by them.

4. In the reference 4th read above, the Director of Insurance, Telangana State, Hyderabad has requested for revising the Pay Slabs and corresponding monthly compulsory premium towards Telangana State Government Life Insurance Scheme in accordance with Revised Pay Scales, 2015 with effect from 01.06.2015.

5. After careful consideration of the proposal of the Director of Insurance, Government hereby revise the Pay Slabs along with corresponding monthly premium with reference to the Revised Pay Scales, 2015 towards Telangana Government Life Insurance Scheme for implementation are specified below :


6. The above revised premium rates shall be effected from the pay of June, 2015 payable on 01.07.2015.

7. All the employees must increase their premiums according to the revised rates specified above and also submit requisite proposal form after recovery of first revised premium from the salary and take Insurance Policy according to the revised premium from the Insurance Department.

8. Whenever the premium is enhanced, proposal form has to be submitted and additional policies have to be obtained.

9. Unless proposal form is submitted and policies obtained, the employees will not get Insurance coverage for the premium paid.

10. The Drawing and Disbursing Officers concerned are solely responsible for effecting the recovery of revised premium from all the eligible employees (i.e., who are above 20 below 53 years of age) from the pay of June, 2015 duly forwarding the requisite proposal forms and obtaining the requisite policies from the Insurance Department.

11. If the fixation is delayed for any reason, the premium shall be revised from the month of drawal of pay fixation arrears. In such case no arrears of premium shall be collected.

12. The Director of Treasuries and Accounts, Telangana, Hyderabad is requested to issue suitable instructions to all the District Treasury Officers / Treasury Officers that the above revised premium rates with reference to new pay slabs are ensure cent percent coverage of eligible employees under Telangana Government Life Insurance Scheme by 30th June, 2015. The District Treasuries and Sub-Treasuries / Pay & Accounts Officers should verify the collection of premium as per the slab rates before passing the salary bills. The Director of Insurance shall ensure that policies are issued to all the subscribing employees immediately.

13. All the Departments of Secretariat/Head of Departments are requested to issue suitable instructions to all their subordinates to ensure that all eligible employees are brought under the Telangana Government Life Insurance Scheme before the end of June, 2015.

14. Copy of this order is available on Internet and can be accessed at address http://www.goir.telangana.gov.in
(BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF TELANGANA)
K.RAMAKRISHNA RAO
SPECIAL SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT (IF)