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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

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          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)

15 Apr 2015

G.O.MS.No.38 Dt:15-04-2015 Recommendations of 10th PRC - Implementation of AAS - Orders - Issued

GOVERNMENT OF TELANGANA
Public Services - Recommendations of 10th Pay Revision Commission - Implementation of Autamatic Advncement Scheme - Orders - Issued.
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FINANCE (HRM.IV) DEPARTMENT

G.O.MS.No. 38                     Dated: 15-04-2015
Read the following:-
  1. G.O.Ms.No.117 Fin & Plg (FW.PRC.I) Dept., dated 25.05.1981
  2. G.O.Ms.No.164 Fin & Plg (PRC.I) Dept., dated 01.06.1982
  3. G.O.Ms.No.297 Fin & Plg (PRC.I) Dept., dated 25.10.1983
  4. G.O.(P).No.2 Fin & Plg (PRC.I) Dept., dated 01.06.1988
  5. G.O.(P).No.290 Fin & Plg (PC.II) Dept., dated 22.07.1993
  6. G.O.Ms.No.311 Fin & Plg (PC.II) Dept., dated 20.08.1993
  7.  G.O.(P).No.362 Fin &Plg (FW.PC.II) Dept., dated 28.10.1994.
  8. G.O.(P).No.150 Fin &Plg (PC.II) Dept., dated 01.09.1999.
  9. G.O.(P).No.241 Fin &Plg (PC.II) Dept., dated 28.09.2005.
  10. G.O.(P).No.201 Fin &Plg (PC.II) Dept., dated 10.07.2006.
  11. Govt.Cir.Memo No.038035/199/PC.II/2008,Fin.(PC.I)dept.,dt.19.09.2009
  12. G.O.Ms.No.93 Finance (PC.II) Dept., dated 03-04-2010.
  13. G.O.Ms.No.96 Finance (PC.II) Dept., dated 20-05-2011.
  14. Cir.Memo.No. 020091/125/PC.II/2011, Fin (PC.II) Dept., dt.17.08
  15. Memo.No.023400-A/163/PC.II/2011, Fin (PC.II) Dept., dt.09.09
  16. G.O.Ms.No.25, Finance (HRM.IV) Dept., dated 18.03.2015.
* * * * *
ORDER:

Government, in the order first read above,introduced the Automatic Advancement Scheme to the State Government employees and employees of Local Bodies as a substitute for those who are entitled to get promotions, but are unable to  get them at regular intervals because of stagnation due to non-availability of vacancies. According to this Scheme, every employee after a service of ten years in a particular scale shall be eliggible for the next higher scale, called Special Grade Post Scale. A Government Employee who completes a period of 15 years in a particular scale shall be eligible for promotion scale called Special Temporary Promotion Scale. The fixation of pay on appointment to the posts under Automatic Advancement Scheme shall be in relaxation of relevant provisions of the Andhra Pradesh Fundamental Rules. The employeesupto XVIII Grade in RPS 1978 were eligible for this scheme. In  Govt.Memo.No.41086-202/PRC I/81–1 Fin &Plg. (FW PRC.I) Dept., dt.31.12.1981, it was clarified that the appointment to the Special Grade Post / Special Temporary Promotion Post / Special Adhoc Promotion Post is not a promotion to a higher post involving higher duties and responsibilities of higher post. The Government in G.O.Ms.No. 266 G.A (Ser.A) Dept., dt.25.05.1981 made an Adhoc rule to the above extent. The Scheme was further extended to Teachers working in Government, Municipalities, Municipal Corporations, Zilla Parishads and PanchayathSamithis and also Aided Institutions in the G.O. second read above.

2. In the G.O. 4th read above, orders were issued revising the Automatic Advancement Scheme as recommended by the Pay Revision Commission 1986 to the employees drawing pay upto Grade XVIII in the Revised Pay Scales 1986 and also introduced another level of Advancement after completion of 22 years of service by assigning second level promotion post scale/ next higher scale to the holders of SPP I / SAPP I Scale as the case may be. In the G.O. 5th read above, orders were issued modifying the Scheme as recommended by the Pay Revision Commission 1993. According to these orders, the Scheme was modified by allowing Automatic Advancement Grades on completion of 8,16 and 24 years of service instead of 10, 15 and 22 years of service. It was also ordered for fixation of pay under F.R. 22(a) (i) on promotion to regular post after availing the benefit of Automatic Advancement Scheme instead of fixation under F.R.22-B as ordered in G.O.Ms.No.2, Fin &Plg (PRC.I) Dept., dated 04.01.1988 and also discontinued the SPP-II Scale (Second level promotion scale) on completion of 24 years in a post, instead it was ordered that employees who completed 24 years of service shall be allowed one increment in the SPP-I scale only.

3. Government, based on the recommendations of Pay Revision Commission 1999 issued orders in the G.O. 8th read above continuing the Scheme as recommended by the Pay Revision Commission 1993 and also exempting those employees who crossed 45 years of age from passing the Departmental tests, for appointment to the first level promotion post on the same conditions as were prescribed in G.O.Ms.No.225, G.A. (Ser.C) Dept., dt.18.05.1999.

4. In the Government orders 9th and 10th read above, based on the recommendations of the Eighth Pay Revision Commission 2003, orders were issued reintroducing the fixation of pay under F.R.22-B on promotion after availing the benefit of Automatic Advancement Scheme and also modifying the orders issued sanctioning one increment in the existing scales of SPP-II/SAPP-II post scale by reintroducing the SPP-II/SAPP-II Scales on completion of 24 years which is the next promotion post to the first level promotion post. It was also clearly ordered that in the case of an employee holding a post for which there is no promotion post under the relevant Service Rules, he should be eligible to be placed on completion of 24 years of service, in the scale of pay, next above the scale applicable toSpl.Adhoc Promotion Post Scale-I.

5. On the recommendations of Ninth Pay Revision Commission, the Government issued orders in G.O.Ms.No.93, Finance (PC.II) Dept., dt. 03.04.2010, modifying the earlier orders issued by extending the Scheme to the employees upto and inclusive of Grade XXV in the Revised Scale (i.e.) Rs.25600-50560 as against the scales of pay upto under Grade XXI. It was also ordered for fixation of pay under FR 22-B for those employees who are promoted after availing the benefit of Automatic Advancement Scheme and if the above fixation results in, the senior drawing less pay than that of junior, the pay of the senior shall be stepped up w.e.f. the date of promotion of the junior to a figure equal to the pay fixed for the junior in the higher post to which he/she is promoted on or after 01.07.2008, subject to the conditions laid down therein, with monetary benefit from 01.02.2010. Further, Government also ordered that if the Service Rules are changed imposing additional qualifications, for promotion after the entry of the individual into service, he shall be allowed the benefit of the next scale contemplated under Special Adhoc Promotion Post Scale instead of denying the benefit of promotion and consequently the benefit of SPP-I/SPP-II Scales. Those who benefited from this dispensation cannot claim the benefit of SPP-I or II even if they acquire the necessary qualification at a later date.

6. Subsequently, the Joint Action Committee of Employees, Workers and Teachers of the State, represented for change of periodicity of the Scheme as 6/12/18/24 years of service from the existing provision 8/16/24 years under Automatic Advancement Scheme. Government have agreed for the change of periodicity from the existing 8/16/24 to 6/12/18/24 years, for appointments under the Automatic Advancement Scheme and accordingly orders were issued in the G.O. 13th read above. Subsequently, necessary clarifications were also issued in the Memos., 14th and 15th read above. In the G.O. 16th read above, the Revised Pay Scales, 2015 were implemented.

7. The 10th Pay Revision Commission has opined that the scheme requires no further changes and it may be continued to be implemented as indicated below:
  1. i. The existing Special Grade, SPP IA/ SAPP IA/ SPP IB/ SAPP IB/SPPII/SAPP-II may be continued with the Special Grade after 6 years, SPPIA/SAPP-IA after 12 years, SPP-IB/SAPP-IB after 18 years and SPPII/SAPP-II after 24 years.
  2. ii. If service rules are amended prescribing additional qualifications for promotion the Commission recommends that the existing incumbents may be exempted from possession of such higher qualifications for appointment to Special Promotion posts under Automatic Advancement Grades.
  3. iii. The benefit of pay fixation under F.R.22-B be continued on promotion even if the employee had derived the benefit under SG or SPP I-A and SPP I-B and if this results in the senior drawing less pay than the junior, the pay of the senior be stepped up to that of the junior subject to the conditions enumerated in G.O.Ms. No.297, Fin. (PRC-I) Dept., dated: 25-10-1983.
  4. iv. Where service rules are relaxed to enable regular promotion, they should be automatically extended to the Automatic Advancement Scheme for purposes of extending the benefit of SPP-IA / SPP-II.
  5. v. In certain categories like Attender, Dafedar, Jamedar and Record Assistants or Roneo Operators, it was decided that the services rendered by them in these categories together shall be reckoned for purpose of Automatic Advancement Scheme. The commission recommended for continuation of this special dispensation.
  6. vi. The benefit of Automatic Advancement Scheme may be continued upto and inclusive of Grade-XXV in the revised scales i.e., Rs.49,870-1,00,770.
8. Government accepted the above recommendations with certainmodificationand accordingly hereby order that,
  1. i. The existing Special Grade, SPP-IA/SAPP-IA/SPP-IB/SAPP-IB/SPPII/SAPP-II shall be continued with the Special Grade after 6 years, SPPIA/SAPP-IA after 12 years, SPP-IB/SAPP-IB after 18 years and SPPII/SAPP-II after 24 years.
  2. ii. If service rules are changed
    prescribingadditionalqualificationsforpromotion after the entry of the individual into service, thereby depriving him of the benefit of promotion and consequently to the benefits of Special Promotion Post Scale-I A&B/ Special Promotion Post Scales-II, he/she shall be given the benefit of the next scale contemplated under the Special Adhoc Promotion Post Scale-IA & IB and SAPP-II.
  3. iii. The benefit of pay fixation under F.R.22-B be continued on promotion even if the employee had derived the benefit under SG or SPP I-A and SPP I-B and if this results in the senior drawing less pay than the junior the pay of the senior be stepped up to that of the junior subject to the conditions enumerated in G.O.Ms. No.297, Fin. (PRC-I) Dept., dated: 25-10-1983.
  4. iv. Where service rules are relaxed to enable regular promotion, they should be automatically extended to the Automatic Advancement Scheme for purposes of extending the benefit of SPP-IA / SPP-II.
  5. v. In certain categories like Attender, Dafedar, Jamedar and Record
    Assistants or Roneo Operators, it was decided that the services rendered by them in these categories together shall be reckoned for purpose of Automatic Advancement Scheme.
  6. vi. The benefit of Automatic Advancement Scheme shall be continued up to and inclusive of Grade-XXV in the revised scales i.e., Rs.49,870-1,00,770.
9. The employees after availing the benefit of SPP-II are not eligible for the Automatic Advancement Scheme on their further promotions.

10. The service that is to be reckoned for the purpose of appointment to Automatic Advancement Scheme is as spelt out in Govt .Memo.No.11th read above.

11. All the conditions laid down, clarificatory orders and instructions issued from time to time so far as they are in consonance with these orders shall continue to be in force.

12. These orders shall be applicable to the Government employees, teaching and Non-teaching staff of Local Bodies and Aided Institutions drawing State Pay Scales and drawing the pay in Grade-I to Grade-XXV in the Revised Scales, 2015, i.e.up toand including the pay scale of Rs.49,870-1,00,770.

13. The Scheme shall be deemed to have come into force on and from 01.07.2013. The salary as per the pay fixation under this scheme in the Revised Pay Scales, 2015 will be paid in cash from the month of March, 2015, payable in April, 2015. As regards the arrears of pay fixations as per the A. A. Scheme in the Revised Pay Scales, 2015 from 02-06-2014 to 28-02-2015, orders will be issued separately.

14. The Special Grade Scales in the Revised Pay Scales, 2015 are as indicated in Annexure-I. Automatic Advancement Scheme scales for the categories of Last Grade Posts,Record Assistants, Roneo Operators and Drivers are indicated in the Annexure- II.

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

16. The G.O can be accessed at the addresses, http://goir.telangana.gov.inand http://finance.telangana.gov.in.
(BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF TELANGANA)
V. NAGI REDDY
PRINCIPAL SECRETARY TO GOVERNEMNT

12 Apr 2015

G.O.Ms.No.37 Dt:10-04-2015 House Building Advance- Recommendation of Tenth Pay Revision Commission - Admissibility in RPS,2015

GOVERNMENT OF TELANGANA

LOANS AND ADVANCES—House Building Advance- Recommendation of Tenth Pay Revision  Commission - Admissibility in Revised Pay Scales, 2015- Accepted - Orders– Issued.

FINANCE (HRM.IV) DEPARTMENT
G.O.Ms.No. 37                  Dated:10-04-2015.
  Read the following:-
  1. G.O.Ms.No.174, Finance (A&L) Department, dt:15-05-2010.
  2. G.O.Ms.No. 95, G. A. (Spl. A) Department, dt: 28-02-2013.
  3. G.O.Ms.No. 25, Finance (HRM.IV) Department, dt: 18-3-2015.
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ORDER:

In the Government Order 3rd read above, based on the recommendations of Tenth Pay Revision Commission, orders were issued implementing the Revised Pay Scales, 2015 to the State Government employees.

2. The Tenth Pay Revision Commission among others has recommended enhancement of eligibility ceiling in respect of House Building Advance to the State Government employees, in the Revised Pay Scales, 2015.

3. Government, after careful consideration of the recommendations of the Tenth Pay Revision Commission and in modification of the orders issued in Government order 1st read above, hereby enhance the existing ceiling of House Building Advance to the State Government employees, for the purchase of ready built house/ flat, for purchase of site-cum-construction of new house/ flat and for the construction of new house/ flat on the site already owned by the employee as follows:-
Sl. No. Pay
ranges in
Revised Pay Scales,
2015
Enhanced
Maximum
Ceiling
Eligible
Amount
Rate of Interest
1. Employees drawing basic pay upto Rs.26600/- per month. Rs. 10.00
Lakhs
Rs.10.00 Lakhs or 72 times of basic pay,
whichever
is less.
For Class.IV employees @ 5.00% p.a.
For others @
5.50% p.a
2. Employees
drawing basic pay
above
Rs.26,600/- p.m.
and upto Rs.42,490/- p.m
Rs. 12.30 Lakhs Rs. 12.30 Lakhsor 72 times of basic
pay, whichever
is less.
-do-
3. Employees
drawing basic pay,above Rs.42,490
p.m. and upto Rs.61,450 p.m.
Rs. 15.00 Lakhs Rs. 15.00 Lakhs or 72 times of basic
pay, whichever
is less.
-do-
4. Employees drawing basic pay
above,Rs.61,450/- p.m.
Rs.20.00 Lakhs Rs.20.00 Lakhs or 72
times of
basic
pay, whichever
is less.
-do-
5. All India Services Officers working in the State,(All India Services officers working in the,State may
be given the
option to choose either,the State
Govt.
ceiling or to adopt
Govt. of India rules)
Rs.25.00 Lakhs Rs.25.00 Lakhs,or 50 times of basic
pay, whichever is less.
-do-

4. Further, Government hereby enhance the existing ceiling of House Building Advance for repairs/ extension etc., to twenty times of basic pay in the Revised Pay Scales, 2015 or Rs.4.00 Lakhs, whichever is less.

5. Government also considered purchase of house site and hereby sanction ten times of basic pay in the Revised Pay Scales, 2015 or Rs.2.00 Lakhs, which ever is less.

6. Government further order that the following existing recovery pattern shall continue:
House Building Advance : 300 monthly instalments, i.e. 240 principal + 60 interest.
Repairs : 90 monthly instalments, i.e.75 principal + 15 interest.
House site : 72 monthly instalments, i.e. 60 principal + 12 interest.

7. Penal Interest will be charged at double the rate of normal interest in case the advance is misutilised or not utilized at all and at 1 ½ times the normal rates for non-compliance with formalities.

8. All other conditions governing the sanction of House Building Advance under the existing Rules will continue.

9. These orders shall come into force from 01-04-2015.
10. The G.O. is available on the Internet and can be accessed at the address htpp://goir.telangana.gov.in and http://www.finance.telangana.gov.in.

(BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF TELANGANA)
V. NAGI REDDY
PRINCIPAL SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT

9 Apr 2015

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8 Apr 2015

The Colourful Sweets - 5th Class English

    
The Colourful Sweets (www.naabadi.org)
     Once King Krishna Deva Raya ordered  that  the  kingdom  of Vijayanagar would  have  a  food festival. The  city was  cleaned up. Lights were put up on buildings and street  poles. Flowers  adorned  the palace and house gates. Throughout the capital, people were in a festive mood.

     King Krishna Deva Raya announced, ‘To celebrate the food festival, the sweet  shops must  sell  colourful sweets. They should be attractive to look at and good to eat.’

     After the announcement, the sweet shop owners also got busy in making colourful sweets.

     For  some  days, Tenali Rama Krishna was not seen in the royal court. The king sent guards to search for him and bring him to the court, but they could not find him. They went to the court and reported this to the king. The King  grew worried  and  asked  the guards to search more carefully. After some days,  the guards  found Tenali Rama  Krishna.  They  went  and informed the king.

     ‘Your Majesty, we have found Tenali Rama Krishna. He  has  opened  a  shop  of colour dyes and spends  the whole day dyeing people’s clothes. When we asked him to accompany us, he refused to come with us.’

     At this the king got very angry. He said to the guards,‘I order you  to  bring Tenali Rama Krishna  here  as  soon  as possible. If he does not come with you, bring him forcefully.’

     So the guards obeyed the king’s order and fetched Tenali Rama Krishna forcefully.

     Thus he was brought to the royal court. The king enquired, ‘Tenali Rama Krishna, why did you refuse to come and see me? And what has made you open this colour dye shop? You have a good position in the royal court which takes care of all your needs.’

     Tenali Rama Krishna said, ‘Your Majesty, I wanted to dye my clothes for the food festival. I wanted to complete the dyeing quickly before all the dyes were used up.’

     ‘Why do you  think  that  all  the colour  dyes would  be  used  up?  Is everyone dyeing their clothes?’

     ‘No, your Majesty. Actually, after your  orders  for  preparing  colourful sweets, the sweet shop owners are busy buying the colour dyes for dyeing sweets. If they buy all the dyes, how can I dye my clothes? So I decided to set up a shop, so that I would have all the dyes I need.’

     At  this  the  king  realized  his mistake. He said, ‘So you are trying to tell me that using my orders as an excuse,  the sweet shop owners are using  cheap, harmful dyes  in  their sweets. They know that they must use the permitted food colours only. I hereby take back the orders for colourful sweets. Those sweets shop owners who have used harmful chemical dyes in sweets will be severely punished.’

     Thus once again Tenali Rama Krishna saved the lives of people of Vijayanagar through an intelligent plan.


Junk Food- Junk Food – Go Away… Poem - 5th Class English

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Junk food, Junk food
Go away, Go away
Junk food, Junk food
Be never seen in my tray.


Junk food, Junk food
You are so unhealthy
Junk food, Junk food
I wanna stay healthy.


Junk food, Junk food
You will make me fat
Junk food, Junk food
I don’t wanna be a rat.


Junk food, Junk food
You will make me sick
Junk food, Junk food
You are not my pick


Junk food, Junk food
You are not for me
Junk food, Junk food
I hate thee…….
 

-Vikas

The Food We Eat - 5th Class English


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‘Food is vital for our survival. From the time that we are babies, we need food, and we need good food to grow strong. Good food has many qualities. Can you tell me what they are?’ asked Dr. Aruna.

      Some children answered, ‘It is natural.’ Other said, ‘ It is nutritious.’

      ‘Good,’ said Dr. Aruna. ‘Good food is well-balanced to give your body all that it needs. Today, when there are so many different kinds of food to eat, it is also important to remember that all of them may not be healthy for us. Do we choose to eat food for its taste alone, or do we choose to eat food that helps us to be alert and have energy?’

      Dr. Aruna continues, ‘Good food is truly tasty’ because it has the flavour of the things that go into preparing it. What do you like to eat? Can you say whether some of the things that you like to eat are healthy or unhealthy?’

      ‘We buy most of the things we eat from the market or ration shop. In school, we eat the hot and healthy food that is made for the noon meal or what we bring food from home.’

      ‘What do you eat in the afternoon? Soft idlis, tasty dosas, fragrant sambar-rice, spicy biriyani, eggs, fruit. How good they sound! They are both mouth- watering and healthy. But we don’t always eat healthy food,’ she said.

      ‘Unhealthy food is sometimes called ‘junk’ food,’ continued Dr. Aruna,‘Doctors say that such food has lots of sugar, salt or additives and preservatives but very little that actually helps you to grow.’ She gave them the names of a few common additives.

      ‘What makes us feel the need to eat food that is unhealthy? One reason for this is hidden in the time that we watch television. How much time do you spend watching TV?’ She asked. ‘Three hours?’ Many hands went up. ‘What programmes do you watch?’ She enquired. The  children named  a  few. ‘How  often  do  you  see advertisements  in  these programmes?’  She  asked. They did not know. She then told them a scary fact.

      ‘What do you see  in  the advertisements  for  food? How  often  do  you watch television,  and  pester  your mother to buy what you see there? Most chocolates, chips, soft drinks, cakes and biscuits may not be very healthy to eat. But  the  advertisements look very good.’

       ‘There are advertisements that tell you that you will become a ‘super hero’ if you have a particular drink. Some may show you your favourite film star or sports hero, who is very happy having a soft drink. Though we all know that soft drinks are bad for health, we feel like having them. What would you like to do?’ asked Dr. Aruna and ended her speech. The children clapped loudly.

      Before she left, she gave them some suggestions:

      ‘Find out what goes into the food you eat. Ask where the food you eat comes from. Think and reflect upon why you want to eat certain kinds of food, even when you know they are not good for you. Why does a packet of old chips stored in a shop for a long time, in a colourful packet seems better than the fresh chips that mother or granny makes?’

       All children were silent. They were thinking, how many times they laughed at their friends for being ‘old fashioned’ in their food habits.

7 Apr 2015

GOMS.No33 Dt 07-04-2015 Pensioners RPS-2015


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GOVERNMENT OF TELANGANA

PENSIONS - Sanction of Consolidated of Pension/Family Pension to Pensioners retired in the pre-revised scales of Pay, 2015 - Enhancement of Financial Assistance- Enhancement of Minimum Pension to Pensioners & Family pensioners - Orders- issued.
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FINANCE (HRM.V) DEPARTMENT
G.O.MS.No. 33 Dated: 07-04-2015.
Read the following:-

  1. G.O.Ms.No.156 Finance (Pen-I) Dept., dt. 16.9.1999
  2. G.O.Ms.No.248 Finance (Pen-I) Dept., dt.04.10.2005.
  3. G.O.(P).No.338 Finance (Pen-I) Dept., dt.02.11.2005.
  4. G.O.Ms.No.438 G.A. (Spl.A) Dept., dated.07.07.2008.
  5. G.O.Ms.No.598 G.A. (Spl.A) Dept., dated. 26.11.2009.
  6. G.O.(P).No.108 Finance (Pen-I) Dept., dt.03.05.2006.
  7. G.O.P. No.314 Finance (Pen-I) Dept., dt.,18.10.2008.
  8. G.O.Ms.No.52 Finance (PC-I) Dept., dated 25.02.2010.
  9. G.O.Ms.No.100. Finance (Pen.I) Dept., dated:06.04.2010
  10. G.O.Ms.No.95 G.A. (Spl.A) Dept., dated. 28.02.2013
  11. G.O.Ms.No.25 Finance (HRM.IV) Dept., dated:18.03.2015.
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ORDER:
In the Government Order 10th read above, orders were issued constitutingTenthPay Revision Commission and laying down the terms of reference of the Pay Revision Commission.

2. The TenthPay Revision Commissionsubmitteditsreporttothe Government on 29.05.2014 and recommended, inter alia, the followingin respect of pensionary benefits.
  1. (i) Consolidate the basic pension/family pension by merging the Dearness Reliefason01.07.2013and by adding the fitment of 29% to the Basic Pension / Basic Family Pension.
  2. (ii) To fix the Minimum Pension at Rs.6500/- p.m.
  3. (iii) To raise the minimum Financial Assistance to the minimum of family pension of Rs.6,500/- p.m. with no Dearness Relief.
  4. (iv) To continue the existing commutationtable.
3. IntheGovernmentOrder,11threadabove,ordershavebeenissued revising the Pay Scales of the State Government Employees in pursuance of the recommendations of the Tenth Pay Revision Commissioner and discussions with Employees Associations with effect from 01.07.2013 and with monetary benefit from 02.06.2014.

4. Aftercarefulconsiderationoftheabove recommendations of the Pay Revision Commission, Government havedecidedto acceptthesame andhereby order as follows.

5.
  1. (a) TheexistingPension/FamilyPension,inrespectofthoseretiredor died while in service prior to 01.07.2013 and also in the case of family pensioners who are in receipt of Family pension as on1.7.2013,be consolidated, by adding43%offitment benefit on the said basic Pension/ basic Family Pension and by merging the Dearness Relief @ 63.344% admissible as on 01.07.2013 and the same shall be known as Revised ConsolidatedBasicPension/ Revised Consolidated Basic Family Pension.
  2. (b) This Revised Consolidated Basic Pension or Revised Consolidated Basic Family Pension shall come into force with effect from 01.07.2013 notionally and the monetary benefit beallowed with effect from 02.06.2014
  3. (c) NodifferenceonRetirementGratuity/Encashmentof Earned Leave shall be allowedin case of employees who retired between01.07.2013and01.06.2014.
  4. (d) As regards the arrears on account of consolidation of Pension/Family pension / Financial Assistance from 02.06.2014 to 28.02.2015, orders will be issued separately. The consolidated Pension/FamilyPension shall be paid in cash from the month of March 2015 payable in the month of April 2015.
6. While fixing the consolidated basic pension/basicfamilypensionas above,partofa rupee, if any arrived, should be rounded off to the next higher rupee.

7. The Interim Relief paid from 01.01.2014 to 01.06.2014 shall not be recovered. Interim Relief paid for the period beyond 02.06.2014 shall be adjusted from the monetary benefit payable on account of revision of consolidated basic pension consolidated basic family pension.

8. While consolidating the Pension, the additional quantum of pension paid to pensioners on attaining specified ages, which is shown distinctly,should be ignored.

9. A ready reckoner has been appended to this order as Annexure –I. This ready reckoner can be used as reference for payment of the arrears of pension and fixation of Revised Consolidated Basic Pension/Revised ConsolidatedBasicFamilyPension ordered above.

10. In the case of employees who retired on or after 02.06.2014 the pension shall be calculated on the pay in Revised Pay Scales 2015 only.

11.
  1. 11.1Theemployeeswhoretiredbetween01.07.2013and01.06.2014are eligible for revision of their pay in the Revised Pay Scales,2015 notionally as per the orders issued in the G.O.11th readabove.Assuch,the pensions of these employees have to be revised notionally based on the revised pay in Revised Pay Scales,2015 and monetary benefit should be allowed from 02.06.2014 only.
  2. 11.2. NodifferenceonRetirementGratuity/EncashmentofEarned Leave shall be allowed to the pensioners on the pension notionally fixed as above.
  3. 11.3. However,thedifference incommutation value of pension shall be allowed on
    the pension notionally fixed as above, keeping in view the directions of the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India dated.11.11.2005 in C.A.Nos.6780/2005 (arising out of SLP (Civil)No.5394-5470/2004) and as per the orders issued in the reference 6thread above.
12. A Government servant shall continue to be entitled to commute for laumpsum payment up to 40% of his pension. The existing Table of commutation value for pension shall be continued.

13.Government alsohereby order forthepayment of Dearness Relief on the Revised Consolidated Basic Pension/ Revised Consolidated Basic Family Pension as well as on the Pension/ Family Pension fixed with reference to the pay drawn in the Revised Pay Scales 2015 at the rates applicable from time to time with effect from 01.01.2014, 01.07.2014 as indicatedbelow.
Date of effect Rates ofDearness Reliefsanctioned by theGovernment of India. Revised rates of DearnessRelief
DearnessRelief DearnessRelief(cumulative)
01.01.2014 10%(90-100) ) 5.240% 5.240%
01.07.2014 7% (100-107) 3.668% 8.908%
14. The Dearness Relief shall be rounded off to the next higher rupee.

15. These orders are applicable to:
  1. (1) All Government Pensioners governedby A.P. RevisedPension Rules, 1980.
    (i) Who retired or died prior to 01.07.2013.
    (ii) Those who retired or died between 01.07.2013 and 01.06.2014 without the benefit of Revised Pay Scales,2015.
    (iii) Those who retired prior to 01.01.1996 drawing UGC pay scales and whose pension was ordered to be consolidated in the light of orders issued in G.O (P) No.95 Finance (Pen.I) Department dated 01.08.2000.
    (iv) Provisional Pensioners and Anticipatory Pensioners.
  2. (2) (a) AllGovernment Pensionersinreceiptof Service Pensions,Family
    PensionsunderRevisedPension Rules, 1951,the survivors of class-
    IVemployeesof Nizam-E-Jamiath of Ex- Hyderabad Government,AndhraPradesh Liberalized Pension Rules1961 and Andhra Pradesh Government Servants (Family Pension) Rules, 1964.
    (b) Teachingandnon-teaching pensioners of Municipalities, Panchayat Raj InstitutionsandAided Educational Institutions who are in receipt of pensions undertheAndhraPradeshLiberalisedPensionRules,1961 and Andhra Pradesh Government Servants (Family Pension) Rules, 1964 and A.P. Revised Pension Rules, 1980.
    (c) Teachingandnon-teachingstaffinAidedEducational Institutionsin receiptofpensionsunderthe Contributory Provident Fund-cum-Pension and Gratuity Rules, 1961 and Andhra Pradesh Liberalised Pension Rules, 1961.
    (d) ThosedrawingfamilypensionsunderG.O.Ms.No.22, Financeand Planning(FW.Pen-I) Department,dated. 16.01.1971, G.O.Ms.No.104, FinanceandPlanning [FW.Pen-I)Department,dated. 13.04.1973andG.O.Ms.No.25,FinanceandPlanning(FW.Pen-I) Department, dated 02.02.1974.
    (e) Pensioners who are in receipt of Compassionate Pension under the rules for Compassionate Pensions and Gratuities in the Hyderabad Civil Services Rules; and
    (f) ThoseinreceiptofPensionsundertheExtraordinaryPension Rules.
  3. (3) Jagir and Estate Pensioners
16. The above consolidation of pension does not apply to:
  1. (i) ThosewhoaredrawingpayintheRevisedPayScale2005/ Revised U.G.C./ICAR/AICTE Pay Scales of1996/2006 even if because of administrative reasons, they have not actually drawn the pay in their Revised Pay Scales as yet.
  2. (ii) Pensioners/FamilyPensionersofthemembersofthe Andhra Pradesh State Higher Judicial Service and Andhra Pradesh State Judicial Service.
  3. (iii) Financial Assistance grantees who are not getting Dearness Relief.
  4. iv) Those who are appointed on or after 01.09.2004.
17. Revised Consolidated Basic Pension now sanctioned shallbe worked out with reference to the gross Pension i.e.including commuted portion of Pension. As such, the commuted portion of pension which remained unrestored, should be deducted from the Revised ConsolidatedBasic Pension while making monthly disbursements.

18. In respect of pensioners and family pensioners who are reemployed, employed, respectively, their pension/ family pension shall also be notionally consolidated and Revised Consolidated Basic Pension/ Revised Consolidated Basic Family pension arrived at notionally. The pay drawn by the re-employed pensioners during the period ofre-employment shall also be re-fixed taking into account the Revised Consolidated Basic Pension. Dearness Relief beyond 01.07.2013will not be admissible to them during the period of re-employment as per the orders issued in G.O.Ms.No.145, Finance and Planning (FW.PSC) Department dated 16.10.2000.

19. At the time of noting Revised Consolidated Basic Pension on the Pension Payment Order, the Pension Disbursing Officer shall simultaneously calculate and note the corresponding Revised Consolidated Basic Enhanced Family Pension and Revised Consolidated Basic Normal Family Pension on the Pension Payment orders. Similarly, in case where Enhanced Family Pension is being paid, the Normal Family Pension to be payable in future should also be consolidated and noted on the Pension Payment Orders.

20. Thepensiondisbursingofficersshallcommunicatetheamount of Revised Consolidated Basic Pension and Revised Consolidated Basic Enhanced Family Pension /Revised Consolidated Basic Normal Family Pension to all the service pensioners, family pensioners and obtain their acknowledgment in token of having received the same.Simultaneously, the details of Revised Consolidated Basic Pension/ Revised Consolidated basic Family Pension shall be kept in the website.

21. Government also hereby order that the existingMinimum PensionofRs.3350/-p.m.shallbe enhancedtoRs.6500/-p.m.This enhancement shall come into force with effect from 01.07.2013, with the monetary benefit from 02.06.2014 and the arrears shall be paid as mentioned in para 5 above.

22. In respect of pensioners, whose Revised ConsolidatedBasic Pension/Revised Consolidated Basic Family Pension falls short of Rs.6500/, the same shall be raised to Rs.6500/- p.m.

23. Enhancement of minimum pension shall apply to those pensioners referred to in para 15 above and Pensioners who are in receipt of Family Pension under G.O.Ms.No.83,Finance and Planning (FW.Pen-I) Department, dated 05.03.1983 and G.O.Ms.No.314, Finance and Planning (FW.Pen-I) Department, dated 21.11.1983.

24. The minimum pension is inclusive of commuted portion of pension. As such commuted portion of pension will be deducted from the minimum pension of Rs.6,500/- per month while making monthly disbursement except in respect of pensioners whose commutation is restored as per the existing orders.

25. Government also hereby order that the existing Financial Assistance of Rs.3,350/- p.m. shall be revised and placed at the minimum of family pension of Rs.6,500/-p.m.No Dearness Relief will be admissible on this Financial Assistance. This enhancement shall come into force with effect from 01.07.2013, with the monetary benefit from 02.06.2014 andarrears to be paid as mentioned in Para 5 above.

26. In respect of pensioners drawing two pensionsviz. Service Pension and Family Pension, both pensions shall separately be eligible for enhancement toaminimumofRs.6,500/-p.m. The employed Family Pensioner shall been titled for payment ofDearness Relief on Family Pension irrespective of the fact that he/sheis getting Dearness Allowance on his/herpay.This provision, however,shall not be applicable to the Government employees who are appointed on compassionate grounds.

27. AllPensionDisbursingOfficers,i.e.all Treasury Officers/Pension Payment Officers are requested to implement these orders without any further authorization from the Accountant General (A&E), Andhra Pradesh& Telangna Hyderabad/ Director of State Audit, Telangana, Hyderabad.

28. The expenditure is allocable among the various States in accordance withthe provisionsofG.O.Ms.No.198Finance Department, dated.10.07.1969, G.O.Ms.No.97Finance (PSC) Department, dated.07.05.2014, G.O.Ms.No.122Finance (Pen.I) Department, dated 22.05.2014 and also as per instructions issued vide Cicular Memo No. 9665/125/PSC/2014 Finance (PSC) Department dt. 06.05.2014.

29.In re spe ct of the categories of employees who are not covered for payment through the Treasuries, the expenditure shall be debited to the Pension Funds of the concerned Institutions/ Bodies.

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

(BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF GOVERNER OF TELANGANA)
V.NAGI REDDY
PRINCIPAL SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT

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