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3 Sep 2015

TS GO 162 Engage of 7974 Vidya Volunteers for seven months

GOVERNMENT OF TELANGANA

School Education – Engaging of (7974) Vidya Volunteers for Rs.8,000/- per month for seven(7) months i.e., from 21th September, 2015 to 20th April, 2016–Permission- Accorded – Orders – Issued.
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SCHOOL EDUCATION (Prog.I) DEPARTMENT

 G.O.Rt.No. 162                                Date:03 .09.2015
Read the following:-
  1.  From the Director of School Education,Telangana, Hyderabad, Lr.Rc.No.330/                    
      PS2-2/ 2015, dt.23.8.2015.
  2. Revised guidelines received from the Director of School Education, Telangana,
      Hyderabad dt:3.9.2015
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O R D E R:-

In the circumstances reported by the Director of School Education (DSE), Telangana, Hyderabad in the  references read above, the Government hereby accord permission to the Director of School Education,  Telangana, Hyderabad for engaging (7974) (Seven Thousand, Nine Hundred and Seventy Four) Vidya  Volunteers with an honorarium of Rs.8,000/- (Rupees Eight Thousand only) per month, for seven(7) months  i.e., from 21th September, 2015 to  20th April, 2016.

2)    The Director of School Education is requested to follow the Guidelines for the appointment of Vidya Volunteers  for the year 2015-16 as  mentioned in the  Annexure enclosed scrupulously.

 3)     The Director of School Education, Telangana, Hyderabad shall take necessary action in the matter accordingly.

(BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF TELANGANA)
RANJEEV R.ACHARYA
PRINCIPAL SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT

ANNEXURE to the G.O.Rt.No.162, dt.03.09.2015

GUIDELINES TO THE DISTRICT EDUCATIONAL OFFICERS FOR ENGAGING VIDYA VOLUNTEERS FOR THE YEAR 2015-16
1.    The Vidya Volunteers will be engaged from 21st September, 2015 to 20th April, 2016 for the schools as approved by the Director of School Education. They are purely temporary and can be terminated before  20th  April,2016 also  based on justifiable grounds by the School  Management Committee (SMC).

2.    The Vidya Volunteers shall be engaged to ensure regular functioning of the schools .

3.    Candidates should have completed 18 years of age and upper age limit is 44 years as on 1st July, 2015.  (5) years relaxation is given in case of SC / ST/BCs and (10) years for  Physical Challenged persons.

4.    Unit of roster  is a District. As per the sanctioned number of Vidya Volunteers for the year 2015-16, the District Educational Officer (DEO) shall allot roster points first to the Mandal  by arranging the Mandals  in English alphabetical order. Later,  in the Mandal he will arrange  habitations in English alphabetical Order.  Example is given below
Name
of the District
Mandal No.
of Habitations
No.
Vidya Volunteers Allotted
Roster
Point
Mahabubnagar ( )Acchampet,
( )Amrabad
A Habitation( )
B Habitation( )
A Habitation( )
B Habitation( )
4
3
3
2
1 to 4
5 to 7
8 to 10
11 & 12
5.    The DEO shall communicate the list of schools along with roster points to the  Mandal Educational Officer concerned  for engaging the Vidya Volunteers.  The Mandal Educational Officers in turn shall display the details on the  notice boards of the Mandal Resource Centers, Primary Schools ,Upper Primary Schools, High Schools and all  Gram Panchayats in the Mandal  .  The District Educational Officer shall give press note stating that the eligible candidates shall apply through on-line and display the details  on his website.

6.    The  Candidates  shall apply online and submit a signed print out of the application he/she uploaded along with the Certificates required,  to the Mandal Educational Officer of the Mandal to which he/she applied within the time specified.  The Mandal Educational Officer  shall cause verification of the applications with reference to the  Certificates enclosed and submit to the District Educational Officer  duly countersigned. Copies of the Certificates to be enclosed are as follows :-
  1. i)    Copies of the SSC, Intermediate, Graduation, Post Graduation ,D.Ed., B.Ed., TET , Pandit Training, Oriental Title/ Bhasha Praveena/ Vidhwan along with Marks Memo. 
  2. ii)    Local Candidate Certificate or Study Certificate  issued by the Tahasildar .
  3. iii)    Caste Certificate issued by the Tahasildar ( Local Tribe Certificate in case of Agency area) .
  4. Physically Challenged Certificate ( SADAREM ).
7.    Engaging of Vidya Volunteers in Agency area shall be from local ST candidates only. If local ST candidates are not available ,then other ST candidate from Agency Area and later non-ST candidates residing in the Agency area shall be considered .

8.    The following are the educational qualifications required  for engaging Vidya Volunteers:-
a)    For Primary Schools(Classes I to V):
Intermediate with  D.Ed.  In case of non availability of candidates with D.Ed, B.Ed candidates may be considered.

b)    For Upper Primary & Secondary Schools(Classes VI to X):
Graduation with B.Ed. & Above.

c)    For Languages in Upper Primary & Secondary Schools(Classes VI to X):
  1. i.    Graduation with the language concerned as optional and Pandit Training or  B.Ed., in the relevant methodology.
  2. ii.    Post Graduation in the language concerned with Pandit Training/ B.Ed. with relevant methodology.
  3. iii.    Oriental Title/ Bhasha Praveena/ Vidhwan  in the Language concerned or its equivalent with Pandit Training/B.Ed in the relevant methodology.
9.    The following weightage shall be given to the eligible Candidates who have applied for the post of Vidya Volunteer:-

I.    For Primary level:-
a)  Intermediate        -      40%  weightage on total marks secured
b) D.Ed.            -      30%  weightage on total marks secured
c) Degree                                -      10 %  weightage on total marks secured
d) Teacher Eligibility Test Paper I- 20 % weightage on total marks secured

II.    For Upper Primary & Secondary level:-

a) Graduation/Oriental Title     -    40% weightage on total marks secured
b) B.Ed./Pandit Training        -   30% weightage on total marks secured
c)  Post graduation                  -  10 %  weightage on total marks secured
d) Teacher Eligibility Test Paper II- 20 % weightage on total marks secured

10    .If weightages of two or more Candidates are equal, qualification and then age shall be taken into consideration for arriving at the order of Candidates in the merit list. 

11.    Mandal is the unit for engaging  of Vidya Volunteers  basing on the roster points allotted to the Mandal. Merit lists shall be generated for each Mandal.  As far as possible Candidates belonging to the same Mandal shall be  engaged as Vidya Volunteer.  If qualified Candidate is not available for a particular roster point in the  Mandal, Candidates from the other roster points may be taken from the same Mandal. For Example : If no ST (W) Candidate is available in the Mandal , ST (Men or Women) i.e., General (G) may be considered . If no ST candidate is available in the Mandal , SC (W) may be considered . If no SC (W) Candidate is available in the Mandal , SC (G) may be considered . If no SC candidate  is available in the Mandal ,following sequence shall be followed BC A (W),BC A (G),BC B(W), BC B(G),BC C(W), BC C (G),BC D(W), BC D (G), BC E(G) , OC(W),OC(G) . If Candidates are not available in the Mandal , same category  of Candidates from neighbouring  Mandals may be considered based on merit.

12.    The DEO shall place the merit list of the Candidates so prepared before the District Level Committee comprising – District Collector;  Project Officer, ITDA/Addl. Joint Collector/Chief Executive Officer, ZP and District Educational Officer as the Member Secretary. The District Collector  shall personally head this Committee and oversee the entire process of engaging these Vidya Volunteers. After finalisation of the lists of Vidya Volunteers by the District Level Committee, the same shall be communicated to the Mandal Educational Officers for onward communication to the School Management Committees for engaging the Vidya Volunteers in the school.  Any grievance on the above order lies in Appeal to the Director of School Education within a week from the date of publication of the lists by the SMCs.

13.     The Cluster Head Master concerned shall be given the responsibility to coordinate with the SMCs concerned in engaging Vidya Volunteers. SMCs will enter into an Agreement with the Vidya Volunteer in the prescribed format.

14.     The Director of School Education, Telangana, Hyderabad shall draw a detailed Schedule and communicate the same to the competent authorities to engage the Vidya Volunteers for the academic year 2015-2016.


RANJEEV R.ACHARYA
PRINCIPAL SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT

29 Aug 2015

I-V(Primary) Classes Formative Assessment-2 T/M Question Papers

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22 Aug 2015

ZPGPF ANNUAL SLIPS KARIMNAGAR 2014-2015

ZPGPF ANNUAL SLIPS KARIMNAGAR 2014-2015 || Teaching staff annual GPF slips || Non Teaching staffs annula GPF slips for year of 2014-2015


for download slips        click Here
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Above Link is outdated, its changed
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      New site Address 
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http://zpgpf.telangana.nic.in
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How to login to the GPF site
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Process 
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  • open the web address http://zpgpf.telangan.nic.in
  • Select District Karimnagar
  • Enter your GPF account Number ( Suppose  xxxx)  
  • Then the default password      empxxxx
  • Suppose my GPF No. 123456, then default password is emp123456
  • Enter password in the box
  • Enter Below Text in the box
  • Then Click on Submit
  • Your GPF account will open then you must change your password.
  

GO112 - GIS - Communication of Tables of Benefits for Savings Fund for the Period from 01.04.2015 to 31.03.2016

GOVERNMENT OF TELANGANA

PUBLIC SERVICES – Employees Welfare Scheme – Telangana State Employees Group Insurance Scheme – 1984 – Communication of Tables of Benefits for Savings Fund for the Period from 01.04.2015 to 31.03.2016 – Revised Tables – Orders – Issued.
FINANCE (ADMN.I) DEPARTMENT
G.O.MS.No. 112                  Dated :22.08.2015
Read the following :
  1. G.O.Ms.No.293, Finance&Planning (FW. Accts.II) Dept., dated : 08.10.1984.
  2. G.O.Ms.No.312, Finance&Planning(FW.Admn.II) Dept., dated : 06.11.1984.
  3. G.O.Ms.No.367, Finance&Planning(FW.Admn.II) Dept., dated : 15.11.1994.
  4. G.O.Ms.No.381, Finance&Planning(FW.Admn.II) Dept., dated : 05.12.1994.
  5. G.O.Ms.No.382, Finance&Planning(FW.Admn.II) Dept., dated : 05.12.1994.
  6. G. O. Ms. No. 54, Finance (Admn.II) Department, dated : 06.04.2011.
  7. G. O. Rt. No. 2425, Finance (Pen.II) Department, dated : 10.05.2012.
  8. G. O. Ms. No. 148, Finance (Admn.II) Department, dated : 06.06.2012.
  9. G. O. Rt. No. 2735, Finance (Pen.II) Department, dated : 16.06.2012.
  10. Government of India Office Memorandum No. 7(2)EV/2012 Ministry of
    Finance Department of Expenditure, dated : 15.01.2013.
  11. Dy. Accountant General (Funds) O/o the Principal Accountant General (A &
    E), A. P., Hyderabad FM/ GI.II/9-3/2013 – 14/109, dated : 25.04.2013.
  12. G. O. Rt. No. 2142, Finance (Pen.II) Department, dated : 30.04.2013.
  13. Director of Insurance, Letter No. 2/GIS-I/Tables/2013 – 2014,
    dated: 17.04.2013 and 09.05.2013.
  14. G. O. Ms. No. 126, Finance (Admn.II) Department, dated : 29.05.2013.
  15. Director of Insurance, A.P.Hyderabad Letter No. 2/GIS-I/Tables/2014 –
    2015, dated : 01.04.2014
  16. G. O. Ms. No. 90, Finance (Admn.II) Department, dated :01.05.2014.
  17. Director of Insurance, Telangana, Hyderabad Letter No. 2/GISI/
    Tables/2015–2016, dated:23-06-2015.
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O R D E R :
In the reference 1st read above Orders were issued introducing Group Insurance Scheme to the State Government Employees in place of Family Benefit Scheme with effect from 01.11.1984. Accordingly to Para 9 of the above Order, the Accumulations of Savings Fund Part and Insurance Fund Part shall carry Interest at the Rates prescribed by Government from time to time.

 2. In the reference 2nd read above, Orders were issued for apportioning the Subscription of each unit of Rs. 10/- between Insurance Fund and Savings Fund in the Ratio of Rs. 3.125/-and Rs. 6.875/- respectively.

 3. In terms of the Recommendation of the Committee constituted to Review the working of the Employees Group Insurance Scheme in Government Orders 3rd read above, orders were issued for Revision of Rate of Subscription each unit from Rs. 10/- to Rs. 15/- with effect from 01.11.1994. In Modification of the Para 9 of the Government Orders 1st read above, orders were issued in Government Orders 4th read above, for fixing the Interest on the Accumulations of the Savings Fund of the Member of the Scheme for the State as a whole and shall be paid at the Rate of 12 % per Annum compounded Quarterly with effect from 01.11.1994. Further, in the Government Orders 5th read above, the Apportionment of the Subscription of each unit Rs. 15/- between Insurance Fund and Savings Fund was fixed in the Ratio of 4.50/- and Rs. 10.50/- respectively with effect from 01.11.1994. The Amount of Insurance coverage will be Rs. 15,000/- for each unit of Subscription.

 4. The Rate of Interest on Accumulations of Savings Fund of the Member of the Scheme and the Interest on the Insurance Fund from time to time is as follows :
Financial Year Rate of Interest Government Order
11 / 1984 To 10 / 1994 10 % G. O. Ms. No. 293, Finance & Planning (FW. Accts.II)Department, dated : 08.10.1984
11 / 1994 To 03 / 2000 12 % G. O. Ms. No. 381, Finance & Planning (FW.Admn.II)Department, dated : 05.12.1994
01.04.2000 To 31.03.2001 11 % G. O. Ms. No. 63, Finance & Planning (FW.Pen.II)Department, dated : 06.06.2000
01.04.2001 To 31.03.2002 9.5 % G. O. Ms. No. 345, Finance & Planning (FW.Pen.II)Department, dated : 07.07.2001
01.04.2002 To 31.10.2004 9 % G. O. Ms. No. 703, Finance & Planning (FW.Pen.II)Department, dated : 19.07.2002
01.11.2004 To 30.11.2011 8 % G. O. Ms. No. 625, Finance & Planning (FW.Pen.II)Department, dated : 02.09.2004
01.12.2011 To 31.03.2012 8.6 % G. O. Rt. No. 2425, Finance (Pen.II) Department,dated:10.05.2012
01.04.2012 To 31.03.2013 8.8 % G. O. Rt. No. 2735, Finance (Pen.II) Department,dated:16.06.2012
01.04.2013 To 31.03.2014 8.7 % G. O. Rt. No. 2142, Finance (Pen.II) Department,dated:30.04-2013
01.04.2014 To 31.03.2015 8.7 % G. O. Rt. No. 90, Finance (Admn.II) Department,dated:01.05.2014
 5. In the reference 14th read above, Government has issued Orders for reducing the Rate of Interest from 8.8 % to 8.7 % per Annum with effect from 01.04.2014 on the Provident Funds and other similar Funds i.e., Government Life Insurance Funds maintained by the Government of Andhra Pradesh on par with Rates of Government of India until further Orders.

 6. In the reference 16th read above, Government has issued Orders revising the rates of interest on the Group Insurance Savings Fund at 8.7 % per Annum from 01.04.2014 onwards and the Tables were revised and issued for the period covering from 01-04-2014 to 31-03-2015.

 7. In view of the above circumstances and after careful examination of the matter, Government hereby order that in Supersession of the Orders issued in the reference 16th read above, the Revised Rates of Interest on the Telangana Group Insurance Savings Funds shall be allowed at 8.7 % per Annum from 01.04.2015 onwards and the Tables are revised and issued for the Period covering from 01.04.2015 to 31.03.2016. The Revised Tables of Benefits I, II and III, III (A) to III (U) on Savings Fund of Telangana State Employees Group Insurance Scheme – 1984 on Cessation of Membership during the Period from 01.04.2015 to 31.03.2016 are appended herewith for making Payments under the Scheme.

 8. These Orders and Tables shall come in force with effect from 01.04.2015.

 9. The Sanctioning Authorities / Drawing and Disbursement Officers / Treasury Officers / District Audit Officers / Pay and Accounts Officers / Director of Works Accounts are requested to keep in view of the appended Table while sanctioning and making the Final Payments under Group Insurance Scheme for proper Implementation of the Scheme. Further, the following Instructions shall also be Scrupulously followed.
  1.   The Head of the Department / Drawing and Disbursement Officer shall be held responsible for sanctioning the Group Insurance Scheme Final Payments. If any Excess Payments are found, the Difference Amount shall be collected from the sanctioning Authority and such Officers are liable for Disciplinary Action.
  2. The Drawing and Disbursement Officer shall recover the Correct Rate of Subscription according to the eligible Group of the Employees. For any Excess / Less Recovery the Drawing and Disbursement Officer shall be held responsible.
  3. The Director of Insurance, Telangana, Hyderabad shall conduct a regular Audit of all Claims paid under Group Insurance Scheme and send a Report to the Head of the Department concerned.
  4. The Head of the Department concerned shall take action against the erring Officials who are responsible for the Excess / Less Recoveries wherever they are detected.
  5. Any Excess Payment made, if found during the Audit by the Directorate of Insurance, the same shall be immediately recovered from the concerned and remitted through Challan to the concerned Head of Account by the Drawing and Disbursement Officer and the fact of remittance shall invariably be communicated to the Directorate of Insurance.
  6. If an Employee’s Subscription is not recovered during his Service Period, the Total Subscription along with Interest shall be recovered from the Payments admissible to him.
  7. All the Heads of Offices should take Prompt Action for recording the necessary Subscription Entries in the Service Registers of the Employees under proper Attestation every Year at the close of March a Certificate shall be recorded in the Service Book of each Employee that Subscription to the Scheme at the Appropriate Rates have been recovered for the Period from April to March. The Entries shall be attested by the Drawing and Disbursing Officer.
  8. As per G. O. Ms. No. 910, Finance (Admn.II) Department, dated :
    28.10.2002.
    “sanctioning authority shall send a copy of Sanction Orders of the Group Insurance Scheme Payment including calculation slip to the Directorate of Insurance for verification”.
 10. The Director of Insurance is further advised to obtain the Revised Rates of Interest from the Government of India and submit the Proposals to the Government in advance every Year so as to issue Orders in time.

11. The Director of Insurance, Telangana, Hyderabad shall take further necessary action in the matter accordingly.

12. Copy of this Order is available and can be accessed at address http://www.tg.gov/in.goir.
( BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF TELANGANA)
K. RAMAKRISHNA RAO
SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT(FP)

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11 Aug 2015

Rc 405 HS HeadMasters must teach one subject of any class with Lesson Plans

Rc 405 HS HeadMasters must teach one subject of any class with Lesson Plans
  1. Implimentation of Academic Calender and school Timetable
  2. Pupils do Reading, Writing, Addition, Substruction, Multiplication and Division
  3. Teaching Process
  4. Implimention of CCE
  5. Monitoring of schools, Teachers Training, Complex Meetings

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6 Aug 2015

GO 342 TSPSC Scheme and Pattern of Examination - Amendment to G.O.Ms.No.330

GOVERNMENT OF TELANGANA

Public Services – Direct Recruitment - Scheme of Selection – Classification of Categories of posts under various Groups and other services – Scheme and Pattern of Examination – Amendment to G.O.Ms.No.330, G.A (Ser.A) Dept., Dated: 27.07.2015 – Orders – Issued.
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION (SER.A) DEPARTMENT
G.O.MS.No. 342      Dated: 06.08.2015.
Read the following:-
  1. G.O.Ms.No.43, Gen. Admn. (Ser.A) Dept., Dt.08.08.14.
  2. From the Secretary, TSPSC Letter No.12/SS/2015, Dt. 14.02.15.
  3. G.O.Rt.No.1686, Gen. Admn. (Cabinet) Dept., Dt. 16.06.15.
  4. G.O.Ms.No.330, Gen. Admn. (Ser.A) Dept., Dt. 27.07.15.
  5. CMO Ref No.263/PrlSCM/2015, Dt.04.08.15.
  6. Letter No.12/SS/2015, Dated: 03.08.15, from Secretary, TSPSC.
ORDER:
In continuation to the orders issued in the Government Order 4th read above, the
following amendments shall be issued :-
AMENDMENTS
1. The Scheme of Examination for Group-II under Part – A Paper – II shall be read as
follow :-
Existing Read as
Paper – II HISTORY, POLITY AND SOCIETY
i. Socio-Cultural History of Telanganaand Formation of Telangana State.
HISTORY, POLITY AND SOCIETY
i. Socio-Cultural History ofIndia and Telangana.
2. The Scheme of Examination for Group – IV (ii) Paper – I shall be read as follows:-
Existing Read as
Paper – I General Knowledge General Studies
(BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF TELANGANA)
RAJIV SHARMA
CHIEF SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT

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5 Aug 2015

Proc. Rc. 2315 Teleconference on Swachh Patashala-WASH in Schools

TS State Project Director ,SSA has issued Rc 2315 Dt. 04.08.2015, they informed to all DEOs and SSA POs for conduct of  teleconference to all High School,UPS Head Masters  and MEOs on 11.08.2015 from 10.00 AM to 01.00 PM

Teleconference on Swacha Patashala-WASH in schools is scheduled on 11-8-2015 10am to 1pm to all MEOS and Primary, Upper Primary and High School Headmasters in Telangana

Agenda for Teleconference on Swachh Patashala-WASH in Schools

S. No. Topic Time Mode
of presentation
Resources
1 Opening
Remarks
10.00
– 10.30 AM
Message Sri T. Chiranjeevulu, I.A.S.,,
Director of School Education & SPD
2 Emphasis
on WASH implementation in backdrop of
recent massive construction of Toilets.
10:30
to 10:45 AM
Message Additional
SPD
3 Programme
overview
10.45
-11.00 AM
Lecture SAMO
4 Importance
of WASH (Why WASH, its impact on,health and non-health issues)
11.00
to 11.30 AM
Discussion/
Powerpoint presentation
Prof.
Srinivas Chary, Director CEEUG, ASCI
5 F
diagram- route of transmission;
11.45
to 12.00 PM
Powerpoint
presentation, animations
RP
6 Video
Clips and essential components of WASH
12.00
to 12.15 PM
SAMO/R.P.
7 Non-negotiables at school level-,·,Water,·,Sanitation,·,Personal hygiene,·,Check lists for O&M 12.15
to 12.45 PM
Power
point presentation
R&E
Coord.
8 Closing
Remarks
12:45
to 01:00 PM
ASPD/SAMO

4 Aug 2015

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3 Aug 2015

1st Class English TextBook Rhymes - MP3s(Audio)

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1 This is my Grandmother ......... Page No. 7 Get MP3 Rhyme
2 Amma, Amma, where is 'A'? Page No. 16 Get MP3 Rhyme
3 Come, little children, come ....     Page No. 18 Get MP3 Rhyme
4 Here is the bus. It goes on the road Page No. 23 Get MP3 Rhyme
5 Will you show  me Where 'E'? Page No. 32 Get MP3 Rhyme
6 Here is squirrel sitting on my head. Page No. 44 Get MP3 Rhyme
7 Tell me Tell me Where is 'I'? Page No. 50 Get MP3 Rhyme
8 Wash, Wash, Wash your hands. Page No. 60 Get MP3 Rhyme
9 We read at school. We read and .... Page No. 66 Get MP3 Rhyme
10 Grandpa, grandpa, Where is 'M'? Page No. 69 Get MP3 Rhyme
11 Brush your teeth brush your teeth Page No. 77 Get MP3 Rhyme
12 Little Bittu has a Bag Eieio....... Page No. 83 Get MP3 Rhyme
13 Will you show me where 'Q' is ? Page No. 89 Get MP3 Rhyme
14 U V W, u v w Do you know Page No. 106 Get MP3 Rhyme
15 There are apples Big and round Page No. 116 Get MP3 Rhyme

2 Aug 2015

C.V. Raman, the Pride of India - 7th Class

C.V. Raman, the Pride of India

Look at the pictures and answer the questions that follow:
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  1. Can you name these scientists?
  2. Tell your class what you know about them.
  3. Are scientists special people? How?
  4. Do you want to be a scientist? Why?
  5. How many of them received the Nobel Prize?
  6. Who was the first Indian scientist that received the Nobel Prize?
Talk about him/her and his/her field of science.

A. Reading

Read the following passage and answer the questions that follow:

C.V. Raman, the Pride of India (www.naabadi.org)         On the busy Bowbazaar Street in Calcutta there was an old building. It was the headquarters of the Indian Association for Cultivation of Science. In December, on a fine evening in 1927, there was much excitement in one of its laboratories. Chandrasekhar Venkata Raman was showing a visitor some of his instruments when a young man, K.S.Krishnan, rushed in and announced, “Professor Compton has won the Nobel Prize.”

        Raman was equally delighted. “Excellent news,” he said, smiling at the visitor and then he was lost in thought. “But …. look here, Krishnan,” he said turning to the young man, “if this Compton Effect is true of X-rays, it must be true of light too.”

        A few years earlier, A.H.Compton had shown that the nature of X-rays changes when passed through matter. The change was dependent on the kind of matter. This effect was called the ‘Compton Effect.’

        Could light also change its nature when passed through a transparent medium? That was the question that Raman asked himself. For five years he had been doing research in optics, the science of light. No sophisticated equipment was available in his laboratory, but Raman was confident that he could find the answer with some modifications in his equipment.

        Four months later, on March 16, 1928, Raman announced his discovery of ‘new radiation’ (describing the behaviour of a beam of light passing through a liquid chemical) to an assembly of scientists at Bangalore (now called Bengaluru).

        The world hailed the discovery as the ‘Raman Effect’. For scientific research in this country, it was a red-letter day. His discovery caught the attention of the world. With equipment worth hardly Rs. 200/- and limited facilities, Raman was able to make a discovery which won him the Nobel Prize in physics in 1930.
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       Raman was born on November 7, 1888, at Tiruchirapalli in Tamil Nadu. His father was a physics teacher in a college. He was a brilliant student right from the start. When Raman passed his matriculation, his parents were keen to send him abroad for higher studies. But on medical grounds, a British surgeon advised them against it and Raman stayed in the country to do the M.A. course at Presidency College in Madras
(now called Chennai).

       Science had already made an impression on him and he began to write research papers for science journals. When he was only 19, he became a member of the Indian Association for Cultivation of Science. Meanwhile, respecting his parents’ wishes, he took up an administrative job in the Finance Ministry in Calcutta. His interest in science, however, did not flag. He used to spend his hours after office in the lab of the Association working throughout the night.

        In his youth, Raman was mainly interested in acoustics, the science of sound. He studied how stringed instruments like the violin and the sitar could produce harmonious music.

        He was elected to the Royal Society of London in 1924 and the British Government made him a knight of the British Empire in 1929. It was a high honour for any great scientist.

       His advice to young scientists was to look at the world around them and not to confine themselves to their laboratories. “The essence of science,” he said, “is independent thinking and hard work, not equipment.”

       C.V.Raman was the first Indian scholar who studied wholly in India and received the Nobel Prize. He was the first Asian and the first non-white to win such a great award in science. He passed away in 1970 on November 21. But his memories are with us. February 28, the day on which he discovered the ‘Raman Effect’, is celebrated as National Science Day to commemorate his remarkable achievement in science.

(Adapted from SCIENTISTS OF INDIA published by Children’s Book Trust, New Delhi)

The Country Child - Poem - 7th Class

Read the following poem:

The Country Child


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My home is a house
Near a wood
(I’d live in a street
If I could!)
The lanes are so quiet,
Oh, dear!
I do wish that someone
Lived near.

There is no one to play with
At all,
The trees are so high
And so tall;
And I should be lonely
For hours,
Were it not for the birds
And the flowers.

I wish that I lived
In a town-
To see all the trams
Going down
A twinkling street
That is bright
With wonderful colours
At night!
      – Irene Thompson