Latest Information

Monday, 1 September 2014

G.O.RT.No.493 Dt:01.09.2014 Appointment of Personal Assistants to Members of Legislature Assembly(MLA) – Delegation of powers – Orders- Issued

0 comments
Views:

GOVERNMENT OF TELANGANA
ABSTRACT
Establishment – Appointment of Personal Assistants to Members of Legislature Assembly – Delegation of powers – Orders- Issued.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
GENERAL ADMINSTRATION (SR) DEPARTMENT
G.O.RT.No. 493. Dt:01.09.2014.
Read the following:
1. G.O.Ms.No.207, GA(SR) Dept., dt. 1.5.2001.
2. G.O.Ms.No.476, GA(SR) Dept., dt. 18.12.2001.

***
ORDER:
In the GO first read above orders were issued providing all the Members of Legislative Assembly with clerical assistance for attending the work relating to their respective constituency of the MLA. In para 2 of the above GO orders were issued for appointment of personal assistants to the MLA’s on deputation basis from Govt., departments upto UD cadre subject to the following conditions:
i. The candidate for appointment as Personal Assistant shall be as per the choice of the Member of Legislative Assemble concerned out of his Constituency/concerned district establishment.
ii. The appointment of Personal Assistant shall be by drafting deputation from Government Departments up to U.D. cadre.
iii. The appointment of Personal Assistant will be terminated/reverted back to his parent Department whenever the Member of Legislative Assemble concerned vacates his office or at any time the services of Personal Assistant are no longer required by the Member of Legislative Assembly.
iv. The P.A’s are allowed to draw a Fixed Traveling Advance of Rs.1,000/- (Rupees one thousand only) per month.
v. The expenditure towards Salaries and Fixed Traveling Advance of the employee so appointed as Personal Assistant to the Member of Legislative Assembly and issue orders of appointment as Personal Assistant to Member of Legislative Assembly immediately.
2. In the G.O. second read above an amendment was issued substituting para(2) of the GO 1st read above by the following:
i. The candidate for appointment as Personal Assistant shall be as per the choice of the MLA concerned out of his Constituency/concerened District Establishment. In exceptional cases, the persons working in other Districts may also be appointed if the MLA so insists.
ii. The appointment of P.A.’s shall be by drafting personnel including Technical personnel up to the cadre of Senior Assistant working in Government Departments, including the Departments not under the District Administration like Jails, Colleges etc., and also from the Local Bodies and State Government Public Undertakings/Corporations.
iii. The appointment of P.A. will be terminated/reverted to his parent Department whenever the MLA concerned vacates his office or at any time if the services of the PA are no longer required by the concerned MLA
iv. In exceptional cases, where the MLA insists on appointment of a retired Government Employee as his PA such appointment may be done on a consolidated remuneration of Rs.6,000/- p.m., on the analogy of rates allowed to P.A’s (Retd) of M.P’s vide para (2) of G.O.Ms.No.439, G.A.(OP.II) Department dated 27.12.2000.
v. The expenditure towards salaries and fixed T.A. of the employees so appointed as P.A. to the MLA be charged to the Establishment from which he has been drafted.
vi. In respect of the retired employee appointed as P.A., to the MLA the expenditure towards consolidated remuneration shall be met by the District Collector concerned from the Head of the Account of the District Establishment.
vii. The District Collectors shall take necessary steps to obtain requisition from the MLA concerned and issue orders of appointment as PA to MLA duly following the conditions (i) to (vi) mentioned above.
3. Certain representations were received by the Government from MLA’s for relaxation of the conditions/rules mentioned in the G.O.s first and second read above.
4. After careful examination of the matter and in view of the administrative convenience, Government hereby delegate the powers to the Chief Secretary to Government for relaxation of rules/conditions mentioned in the G.O’s first and second read above in the matter of appointment of PA’s to MLA’s.

DR. RAJEEV SHARMA, IAS
CHIEF SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT

Udatha lesson Mobile View

1 comments
Views:

ఉడత పాఠం (Udatha lesson) Mobile View
480 x 320 size  MP4 format

Sunday, 31 August 2014

How to teach numbers upto 99 in easy way (Video)

0 comments
Views:


Saturday, 30 August 2014

G.O.Rt No. 51 Dt:28/08/2014 Review of Telugu language and Social Studies textbooks to reflect Telangana culture, history, literature etc. in view of State bifurcation

0 comments
Views:

GOVERNMENT OF TELANGANA
ABSTRACT
School Education – SCERT - Curriculum reforms and textbook development – Review of Telugu language and Social Studies textbooks to reflect Telangana culture, history, literature etc. in view of State bifurcation – Subject wise review committees – Constituted – Orders – Issued.
- - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
SCHOOL EDUCATION (PROG.II ) DEPARTMENT
G.O.Rt No. 51 Dated: 28/08/2014.
Read the following:-
From the C&DSE, Telangana, Hyderabad Lr.Rc.No. 402/D1/ C&T/SCERT/ 2014, Dated: 28.07.2014.
***
ORDER:-
In reference read above, the Commissioner and Director of School Education , T.S., Hyderabad has furnished proposal for constitution of subject wise review committees to review of Telugu language and Social Studies textbooks to reflect Telangana culture, history, literature etc. in view of the State bifurcation.
2. After careful examination of the proposal, Government hereby constitute the following committees to review of Telugu language and Social Studies textbooks:
Telugu – Textbooks Review – Committee Members
A) National Level
Prof. Ramakant Agnihotri (Retd.) Delhi University, New Delhi.
B) State Level
1. Sri. Ravva Srihari, Ex-Vice Chancellor, Dravida University, Kuppam.
2. Sri Kovela Suprasannacharya, Retd. Prof.,Kakatiya University, Warangal.
3. Prof.Banna llaiah, Kakatiya University, Warangal.
4. Sri S.Raghu, Asst.Prof., Osmania University, Hyderabad.
5. Sri Bala Srinivas Murthy, Asst.Prof., Telangana University, Nizamabad.
C) Experts
1. Sri Chukka Ramaiah, Educationist, Hyderabad.
2. Sri Nandini Sidha Reddy, Retd. Lecturer, Siddipet,Medak.
3. Sri Deshipathi Srinivas, Telugu Pandit, Medak.
4. Sri D.Chandra Shekar Reddy, Retd. Principal, Oriental College, Hyderabad.
5. Sri D.Samba Murthy, Retd. Principal, CTE, Warangal.
6. Sri Venu Sankoju, Retd. Lecturer ( Telangana Rachayithala Vedhika), Nalgonda.
7. Sri Nalimela Bhasker,Retd. Lecturer, Karimnagar.
D) From SCERT and Field Level
1. Sri. Suvarna Vinayak, C&T Department, SCERT, Telangana, Hyderabad.
2. Sri.V.Sharath Babu, T.P, Seethafalmandi, Hyderabad.
3. Sri Pallerla Rama Mohan Rao, SA,ZPHS Vemula,Mahabubnagar.
4. Sri V.Chennaiah,SA,ZPHS Jagadgiri Nagar,Ranga Reddy.
Social Studies – Textbooks Review – Committee Members
A) National Level
1. Sri.C.N. Subramanyam, Eklavya, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh.
2. M.V. Srinivasan, ASSO. Prof., DESH, NCERT, New Delhi.
B) State Level
1. Dr.K.Vijaya Babu,Prof., Dept. of History, Kakatiya University, Warangal.
2. Prof. K.Kailash, Dept. of Political Science, HCU, Hyderabad.
3. Prof. Kodandaram, Dept. of Political Science, P.G. College, Secundrabad, Hyderabad.
4. Dr.E.S. Nagi Reddy,Dept. of Archaeology, Hyderabad.
C) Filed Level
1. A.Laxmana Rao, SA, GHS Dhangarwadi,Karimnagar.
2. Dr. R.Ganapathi, SA, ZPHS Ladella, Atmakur, Warangal.
3. P.Jagan Mohan Reddy, SA, ZPHS Pidiched, Gajwel, Medak.
4. P.Srinivasulu, SA, ZPHS, Haveliganpur, Medak.
5. P.Rathangapani Reddy, SA, ZPHS Polkampally, Mahabubnagar.
6. M.Papaiah, Lecturer, SCERT, Hyderabad.
Over-all coordination and guidance
1. Smt.Deepika, Lecturer, C&T Department
2. Mr. Krishna Mohan, Professor, Dept. of Curriculum & Textbooks.
3. Dr.N.Upender Reddy, Former Professor,Dept. of Curriculam & Text books
and Consultant on Educational Reforms and Quality Issues at O/o C&DSE.
4. Sir. S.Jagannath Reddy, Director SCERT, Telangana.
3. The Commissioner and Director of School Education, T.S., Hyderabad shall
take necessary action accordingly.
(BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF GOVERNOR OF TELANGANA)
VIKAS RAJ
SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT (SE) (FAC)

G.O.MS.No.3 Dt 27-08-2014 New School Timings and Subject-wise allotment of periods in PS, UPS and High School as per RTE 2009

0 comments
Views:

GOVERNMENT OF TELANGANA
ABSTRACT
SCHOOL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT – Right to Education Act, 2009 – Implementation of school timings as per RTE, 2009 in all schools under the management of Government, Municipal, Local bodies, Welfare Departments, Private Aided and Recognised schools – Orders - Issued.

SCHOOL EDUCATION (SERVICES.I) DEPARTMENT

G.O.MS.No. 3                                                                             Dated 27-08-2014.
                                                                                                    Read the following:-


1.  Right to Free and Compulsory Education Act 2009 (RTE 2009)
2.  G.O.Ms.No.20, School Education (PE-Programme–I) Dept.,
 Dated: 03.03.2011.
3.  Letter from the Commissioner & Director of School Education,
Lr. Rc. No. 71/Planning-1/2014, Dated 23.07.2014.

* * * * * * * * * *

ORDER:-

The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 enacted by the Parliament to provide for Free and Compulsory Education to all children of the age of 6 to 14 years vide reference 1st read above.   Accordingly, the Andhra Pradesh Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Rules 2010 have been issued vide reference 2nd read above.  The rules specify the number of working hours and days of schools have to function.
2.         In the reference 3rd read above, the Commissioner & Director of School Education, Telangana, Hyderabad has furnished the following revised school timings and working hours, applicable to all schools under all managements in the State following State curriculum.  He has requested the Government to issue orders for implementation of revised school timings and working hours as a part of implementation of RTE Act, 2009 in the State.
1) Period-wise allotment of time for Primary Schools:-
School Assembly and Prayer             :           09.00 A.M to 09.15 A.M
1st Period                                             :           09.15 A.M to 10.00 A.M
2nd Period                                            :           10.00 A.M to 10.40 A.M
Short Break                                         :           10.40 A.M to 10.50 A.M
3rd Period                                            :           10.50 A.M to 11.30 A.M
4th Period                                            :           11.30 A.M to 12.10 P.M
Lunch Break                                       :           12.10 P.M to 01.10 P.M
5th Period                                            :           01.10 P.M to 01.50 P.M
6th Period                                            :           01.50 P.M to 02.30 P.M
Short Break                                         :           02.30 P.M to 02.40 P.M
7th Period                                            :           02.40 P.M to 03.20 P.M
8th Period                                            :           03.20 P.M to 04.00 P.M

The teaching learning process should be organized as per the above schedule. 
Subject-wise allotment of periods in Primary Schools :-
S. No
Subject
Allotment of periods at present
Revised allotment of periods

I) Languages


1.
Mother Tongue / First Language
10
10
2.
Second Language - English
6
6
3.
Read and Reflections (Library Period)
-
2

II) Non Languages


4.
Mathematics
12
10
5.
Environmental Studies
5
6

III) Co-curricular subjects


6.
Physical and Health Education
3
5
7.
Work and Computer Education
3
2
8.
Value Education and Life Skills
1
3
9.
Art and Cultural Education
2
4

Total
42
48

2) Period-wise allotment of time for Upper Primary Schools :-
School Assembly and Prayer             :           09.00 A.M to 09.15 A.M
1st Period                                             :           09.15 A.M to 10.00 A.M
2nd Period                                            :           10.00 A.M to 10.45 A.M
Short Break                                         :           10.45 A.M to 11.00 A.M
3rd Period                                            :           11.00 A.M to 11.45 A.M
4th Period                                            :           11.45 A.M to 12.30 P.M
Lunch Break                                       :           12.30 P.M to 01.20 P.M
5th Period                                            :           01.20 P.M to 02.05 P.M
6th Period                                            :           02.05 P.M to 02.50 P.M
Short Break                                         :           02.50 P.M to 03.00 P.M
7th Period                                            :           03.00 P.M to 03.45 P.M
8th Period                                            :           03.45 P.M to 04.30 P.M
The teaching learning process should be organized as per the above schedule.
Subject-wise allotment of periods in Upper Primary Schools :-
S. No
Subject
Allotment of periods at present
Revised allotment of periods

I) Languages


1.
Mother Tongue / First Language
6
6
2.
Second Language - Hindi
3
4
3.
Third Language – English
6
6
4.
Read and Reflections (Library Period)
2
2

II) Non Languages


5.
Mathematics
8
8
6.
General Science
6
6
7.
Social Studies
6
6
8.
Experiments
-
1

III) Co-curricular subjects


9.
Physical and Health Education
6
3
10.
Work and Computer Education
2
2
11.
Value Education and Life Skills
1
2
12.
Art and Cultural Education
2
2

Total
48
48

3) Period-wise allotment of time for High Schools :-
School Assembly and Prayer             :           09.00 A.M to 09.15 A.M
1st Period                                             :           09.15 A.M to 10.00 A.M
2nd Period                                            :           10.00 A.M to 10.40 A.M
3rd Period                                            :           10.40 A.M to 11.20 A.M
Short Break                                         :           11.20 A.M to 11.30 A.M
4th Period                                            :           11.30 A.M to 12.10 P.M
5th Period                                            :           12.10 P.M to 12.50 P.M
Lunch Break                                       :           12.50 P.M to 01.40 P.M
6th Period                                            :           01.40 P.M to 02.20 P.M
7th Period                                            :           02.20 P.M to 03.00 P.M
Short Break                                         :           03.00 P.M to 03.10 P.M
8th Period                                            :           03.10 P.M to 03.50 P.M
9th Period                                            :           03.50 P.M to 04.30 P.M
The teaching learning process should be organized as per the above schedule.

Subject-wise allotment of periods in High Schools :-
S. No
Subject
Allotment of periods at present
Revised allotment of periods

I) Languages


1.
Mother Tongue / First Language
6
6
2.
Second Language - Hindi
3
4
3.
Third Language – English
6
6
4.
Read and Reflections (Library Period)
1
2

II) Non Languages


5.
Mathematics
8
8
6.
Physical Science
4
4
7.
Biological Science
4
4
8.
Experiments
-
1
9.
Social Studies
6
6
10.
Social Studies – Discussion on contemporary social issues
-
1

III) Co-curricular subjects


11.
Physical and Health Education
6
3
12.
Work and Computer Education
2
3
13.
Value Education and Life Skills
1
3
14.
Art and Cultural Education
1
3

Total
48
54

3.         After careful examination of the matter, Government hereby accord permission to the Commissioner & Director of School Education, Telangana for  implementation of above revised school timings and subject wise allotment of periods in all the schools under the management of Government, Municipal, Local bodies, Welfare Departments, Private Aided and Recognised as a part of implementation of RTE Act, 2009.
4.         The Commissioner & Director of School Education, Telangana and the Director, State Council for Educational Research and Training, Hyderabad shall take further necessary action accordingly.

(BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF TELANGANA)

                                                                                                                           VIKAS RAJ,
SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT (FAC).
 

| NaaBadi - It's our school © 2013. All Rights Reserved | Powered by NaaBadi | Back To Top |