Ambedkar Overseas Scholar Ships 2014 Notification | Ambedkar Overseas Vidya Nidhi for SC Students

Ambedkar Overseas Vidya Nidhi for SC Students of AP. Ambedkar Overseas Scholar Ships 2014 Notification. More details about Ambedkar Overseas Vidya Nidhi for SC Students. Registrations open for Ambedkar Overseas Scholarships.  Last date is 27-07-2014.  Apply online immediately selection will be in the first week of August 2014.

Ambedkar Overseas Scholar Ships 2014 for SC Students
Government of Andhra Pradesh, Social Welfare Department has issued Ambedkar  Overseas Scholar Ships 2014 Notification  for this year. Social Welfare Department Officials invites online applications from the eligible SC Candidates for  for grant of Rs.10.00 lakhs as financial assistance to SC students who are desirous of pursuing higher studies in professional courses like Medicine/Engineering/Pharmacy/ Nursing/ pure Sciences/ Humanities/Social studies, etc. in Foreign Universities.

Ambedkar Overseas Vidya Nidhi Financial assistance for SC Students for pursuing Higher studies Abroad

“Ambedkar Overseas Vidya Nidhi” Financial assistance for SC Students for pursuing Higher studies in Post Graduate Courses in Foreign Universities Details

SOCIAL WELFARE DEPARTMENT
G.O. Ms .No. 54 Dated:28-06-2013 Details

Ambedkar Overseas Vidya Nidhi for SC Students
Government have made substantial investments through providing Post-Matric Scholarships to SC students on a Saturation basis. This laudable initiative over the years has encouraged a large number of SC students to complete professional Courses and other Graduate Courses.

The post-liberalized economy has thrown vast opportunities and challenges in India and abroad in respect of education and jobs. Students from the SC community are often handicapped because of their extreme backwardness and social stigma to access the benefit of pursuing education abroad to better their lives.

The proposal to introduce the “Ambedkar Overseas Vidya Nidhi” was duly examined by the Nodal agency in its meeting on 13-03-2013 & 04-05-2013 & recommended for inclusion under SCSP 2013-14 to the State Council. The State Council in its meeting on 21-05-2013 has approved the proposal for inclusion under SCSP 2013-14.

Ambedkar Overseas Vidya Nidhi Financial assistance for ST Students for pursuing Higher Studies Abroad

Trabal Welfare Department“Ambedkar Overseas Vidya Nidhi” Financial assistance for ST Students for pursuing Higher Studies Abroad Details:

TRIBAL WELFARE (EDN.2) DEPARTMENT
G.O.Ms.No. 36 Dated: 04.06.2013 Details

Ambedkar Overseas Vidya Nidhi Details
The Government have made substantial investments through providing Post-Matric Scholarships to ST students on a saturation basis. This laudable initiative over the years has encouraged a large number of ST students to complete professional Courses and other Graduate Courses.

The post-liberalized economy has thrown vast opportunities and challenges in India and abroad in respect of education and jobs. Students from the ST community are often handicapped because of their extreme backwardness and social stigma to access the benefit of pursuing education abroad to better their lives. With a view to enable the benefit of higher education in Foreign Universities to meritorious ST students thereby providing them an opportunity for better career prospects within the Country and Abroad, the Tribal Welfare Department has proposed to introduce the scheme of Financial Assistance to ST students for pursuing studies abroad in the name of “Ambedkar Overseas Studies Nidhi”. This proposal was placed before the Nodal agency for TSP during their meetings held on 13.05.2013 and in the meeting held by the State Council for Development of SCs & STs on 21.05.2013. After detailed discussions, the scheme of assisting the ST graduates to pursue higher education in reputed foreign universities was approved for implementation as a new scheme for the benefit of STs from the year 2013-14.

INSPIRE Faculty Scheme 2014 Notification Last Date 31-10-2014

INSPIRE Faculty Scheme 2014 Notification

INSPIRE Faculty Scheme: A component of “Assured Opportunity for Research Career (AORC)” under INSPIRE.

Inspire Faculty Scheme Opens up and Assured Opportunity for Research Career(AORC) for young researches in the age group of 27-32 years.

INSPIRE Faculty Scheme 2014
Ministry of Science and Technology, the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India, has launched the “Innovation in Science Pursuit for Inspired Research (INSPIRE)” program in 2008. The program aims to attract talent for study of science and careers with research. INSPIRE includes many components. The importance of Assured Career Opportunity in R&D sector has been recognized. INSPIRE Faculty Scheme opens up an “Assured Opportunity for Research Career (AORC)” for young researchers in the age group of 27-32 years. It offers a contractual research awards to young achievers and opportunity for independent research in the near term and emerge as a future leader in the long term.

GO.No.2 Bathukamma Panduga is a Telangana State Festival

Bathukamma Panduga is a Telangana State Festival.  Declaration of “Bathukamma Panduga” as Telangana State Festival. Bathukamma Panduga” is an important festival.

Bathukamma Panduga is a Telangana State Festival
Government of Telangana, Youth Advancement, Tourism and Culture Department has issued Government Order Ms.No.2 on 24th June, 2014. In this order Government of Telangana State has declared that “Bathukamma Panduga” as a Telangana State Festival.

G.O.Ms.No. 2 Dated: 24-07-2014:- Government of Telangana, Youth Advancement, Tourism and Culture Department - Declaration of “Bathukamma Panduga” as Telangana State Festival – Orders – Issued.

Reference: Minutes of the meeting conducted by the Hon’ble Chief Minister, Telangana State on 16-6-2014.

TS GO.No.247 Salaries Payment to Govt. Employees in Advance on 25-07-2014

Payment of Salaries to the State Government Employees on 25th July, 2014 in view of Ramzan Festival.

Government of Telangana State. Finance Department, Government Order Rt.No.247, Dated: 24-07-2014: SALARIES: Govt. of Telangana has issued GO.No.247 for payment of salaries to the Government employees in advance i.e., on 25.07.2014 instead of 1.08.2014, for the month of July 2014 only.

Reference:
1. Sri.V.Srinivas Goud, Hon’ble M.LA., Chairman & Founder President, Telangana Gazetted Officers Association, Hyderabad, letter Dt: 14.07.2014.
2. The President, Progressive Recognized Teachers Union, Telangana State, Hyderabad, letter Dt: 19.07.2014.
3. The President, Telangana State Minorities Employees Service Association,Telangana State, Hyderabad, letter Dt: 08.07.2014.

TS GO.No.243 How to Claim Arrear and Other Bills Before 2nd June 2014 and Certain Instructions

How to Claim Arrear and Other Bills Before 2nd June 2014. Certain Arrear and Other Claims pertaining to the period both Pre & Post bifurcation of the erstwhile State of Andhra Pradesh. Clarification on their admissibility in the State of Telangana and apportionment of liability and  expenditure on such claims between the States of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.

How to Claim Arrear and Other Bills Before 2nd June 2014
Government of Telangana State, Finance Department, Government Order. Rt.No.243, Dated: 22-07-2014: A.P. State Reorganization Act, 2014 - Procedure and  Clarification have been issued on Certain Arrear and Other Claims pertaining to the period both Pre & Post bifurcation of the erstwhile State of Andhra Pradesh i.e., 02-06-2014, Also in this subject Clarification has been issued on their admissibility in the State of Telangana and apportionment of liability and  expenditure on such claims between the States of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh by TS Government.

Reference:
1. A.P. Reorganisation Act. 2014.
2. G.O.Ms.No. 137 Finance (Pension-II) Department, dated 31-05-2014.
3. G.O.Ms.No.140 Finance (PSC) Department, dated 31-05-2014.
4. Letter No. AG (A&E) FM/GL.II/2014-15/606, dated 17-06-2014 of DAG (ACs&VLC) o/o AG (A&E) A.P. and Telangana, Hyderabad.
5. Letter No. PAO/Admn.U.I/2014-2015/30, dated 08-07-2014 of the Pay and Accounts Office, Telangana, Hyderabad.
6. Letter No. D2/358/2014, dated 14-07-2014 of the Director of Treasuries and Accounts, Telangana, Hyderabad.
7. Cir. Memo. No. 13/06/HRM.V/2014 Finance (HRM-V) Department, dated 14-07-2014,
8. Cir.Memo.No.964/07/A2/HRM.V/2014 Finance (HRM-V) Department, dated 15-07-2014.

Procedure and Clarification on How to Claim Arrear and Other Bills Before 2nd June 2014

ORDER:
Government in the reference 2nd read above, orders have been issued for payment of claims pertaining to GPF authorisations by the DDOs by way of single bill duly indicating the  share of each state in two major heads of account i.e., 8009 –State Provident Funds and 8793 –Interstate Suspense Account.    2.  In the reference 3rd read above, Government have issued guidelines with regard to the procedure to be followed for apportionment of Final Encashment Value of Earned Leave due to Retirement / Death while in harness in the context of State Re-organization. 

3. In the reference 4th read above, the Principal Accountant General (PAG (A&E)) Andhra Pradesh and Telangana has noticed that certain deficiencies in the Government order 2nd read  above and suggested a revised procedure of two separate bills instead of a single bill while preferring claims for payment of Final GPF authorisations as the transactions involve two different heads of accounts.

4. In the reference 5th read above, the Pay and Accounts Officer, Telangana, Hyderabad has requested the Government to clarify and issue necessary orders on the following points.
1. To issue revised orders to the D.D.Os. for preparation of two separate bills for the total authorized amount of GPF and Final encashment value of earned leave of retired employees.
2. To issue orders for adopting the procedure for apportionment of arrears bills / Unpassed  bills (returned) before 02-06-2014 and subsequently admitted by the P.A.O.  Telangana in the month of June when preferred by the D.D.Os.
3. To issue necessary guidelines to be followed in admitting the arrears bills (Viz. Pay and allowances, employees retirement benefits – GIS, FBF & contingent expenditure) pertaining to the period prior to 02-06-2014. 
5. In the reference 8th read above, the Director of Treasuries and Accounts, Telangana has requested the Government to issue specific guidelines for authorization, preparation of Bills and apportionment of expenditure in respect of the following claims:
(1) Pay and allowances (Salaries, arrear claim of increment & fixations etc., Prior to 02.06.2014)
(2) Leave Salary (Leave prior to 02.06.2014 and subsequently sanctioned)
(3) LTC (undertaken tour prior to 02.06.2014 but preferring claim now)
(4) TA (tours undertaken prior to 02.06.2014 but preferring claim now)
(5) Medical Reimbursement (underwent treatments prior to 02.06.2014 but preferring claim now)
(6) Utility payments (Water, Electricity, Telephone etc.,of periods prior to (02.06.2014)
(7) Rents, Rates and Taxes ( periods prior to 02.06.2014) .
6. Government after careful examination of the proposals, order the following Procedure and Guidelines to be adopted for claiming the payment of the above nature:
(A)Pay & Allowances bills (Salaries, Arrear Claims of Increments, Fixation etc.,) and Leave Salary:
i) The sanctioning authority shall clearly indicate the apportionment of the liability between the States of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, in the population ratio, ie, 41.68% & 58.32, respectively. The DDOs shall prepare two separate bills (in respect of each claims), one for liability on the State of Telangana and another for the liability of the State of AP. The bill for the liability of the Telangana State shall be preferred under respective head of the Department,  under 010 Salaries or under relevant DH/SDH, whereas the expenditure for the liability of the  State of AP shall be booked under MJH- 8793-ISS- MNH-129 – AP State Share. The trans ID of  each bill shall also be indicated on the other part of the bill for cross verification. The Treasury  Officer must ensure that the bills for the liability of the both State are submitted simultaneously, otherwise the bills shall be returned with audit objection.

The DDOs of the last station of the composite State of AP, shall furnish a Non Drawl Certificate in respect of claim of each individual and the DDOs of the Offices in successor States shall enclose the same to one of the bills, submitted to the Treasuries. An attested copy (by the DDO of the office in the Successor State) shall be enclosed to the 2nd bill of the claim. The other laid down codal provisions shall be strictly followed for preparation and auditing of the bills for payment by the DDOs and the Treasury officers respectively.

The above procedure may be adopted in respect of the claims, which relate to the period, up to 1.06.2014, for which sanctions have been accorded on or after 2.06.2014.

ii) In respect of the claims for which sanctions have already been accorded for the period, that pertain partly to the composite State of AP and either of the successor States of Telangana and AP, the DDOs shall be permitted to act based on such sanctions. In such circumstances the DDOs have to prepare three bills for settlement of the claims, viz
(a) One bill for the liability of the State of Telangana @ 41.68% of the liability up to 1.06.2014 debitable to the regular expenditure head.
(b) Another bill for the liability of the State of AP @ 58.32%of the liability up to 1.06.2014 debitable to MJH- 8793-ISS- MNH-129 – A.P. State Share.
(c) The 3rd bill for the period from 2.06.2014 onwards by concerned State debitable to the regular expenditure head. 
iii) In respect of the claims that pertain partly to the period of the composite State of AP and partly to Telangana, for which sanction has not been accorded, competent authority in the successor State shall be permitted to accord sanction , duly obtaining all the relevant information from the concerned and incur the expenditure. The procedure for drawl and apportionment of expenditure shall be as in the case of claims at para A (ii).

(B) LTC, TA, Medical Reimbursement and Utility Payments (i.e., Water, Electricity, Telephone etc.,) pertaining to the period prior to bifurcation i.e., 02.06.2014 : 
In respect of claims such as LTC, TA, Medical Reimbursement and utility payments (i.e., Water, Electricity, Telephone etc.,) pertaining to the period prior to the bifurcation of state i.e., 02.06.2014 (composite state) the DDOs shall be claim and prefer two bills in the population ratio i.e., 41.68% & 58.32% in respect of both states as given below:
(1) Telangana state share: - 41.68% of the total bill debitable to the concerned expenditure head.
(2) A.P. State share :- 58.32% of the total bill debitable to the Head of Account MJH-8793 – Inter State Suspense - MNH-129-A.P. State Share. 

The sanctioning authority shall clearly mention the apportionable amount of the total claim in respect of both the states in the sanction order duly showing the amount under each HOA to which it is debitable duly reducing the advances paid if any and the supporting vouchers & documents in original and original sanction order shall be enclosed to the Telangana state share bill and the Xerox copies shall be enclosed to the AP State share bill i.e., MJH- 8793-ISS- MNH-129 – AP State Share claim. The transaction IDs of both the bills should be noted on the corresponding part of the bill for cross verification and both the bills should be submitted simultaneously at Treasury / PAO as the case may be.

The DDOs of the last station of the composite state shall clearly mention in the L.P.C., of the respective individual as to the advances drawn & paid towards TA, LTC, Medical reimbursement etc., to the DDOs of the offices in successor state so as to enable him to take further necessary action in settlement of bills.

(C)The other payments which are not covered under the above mentioned expenditure heads shall also apportioned between Telangana and Andhra Pradesh states at the population ratio i.e., 41.68 & 58.32 % which are due for the period before 02.06.2014 as per the procedure envisaged above.
(D) Government in the reference 7th and 8th read above, have issued clarifications regarding the payment of final G.P.F. and Final Encashment of Earned Leave due to retirement / death respectively.
(E) The bills which falls due for the period pertains after bifurcation i.e., w.e.f 02.06.2014 shall be borne by the respective states only.

7. All Departments of Secretariat are requested to issue suitable instructions to the Heads of Departments under their control to follow the above instructions scrupulously by the D.D.Os., concerned under their control.

8. The Director of Treasuries and Accounts, Telangana, Hyderabad / Pay and Accounts Officer, Telangana, Hyderabad / Director of Works and Accounts, Telangana, Hyderabad shall issue suitable instructions to their unit offices.

9. These instructions are also available in Telangana Government Website http:// www.tgfinance. gov.in/http://goir.tg.gov.in
Download the GO.No.243, Dated:22-07-2014: Click here

Academic Consultant Posts 2014 Recruitment-Mahatma Gandhi University, Nalgonda

Mahatma Gandhi University, Nalgonda. Academic Consultant Posts 2014 Recruitment.  Walk in Interview for Academic Consultant Posts 2014. Applications  are invited from the eligible candidates for Walk-in-interview to serve  as Academic Consultants on contract basis.

Academic Consultant Posts 2014
Mahatma Gandhi University, Nalgonda has issued Academic Consultant Posts 2014 Recruitment Notification on 22nd July, 2014. MG University Officials invites applications from interested and eligible candidates for Walk-in-interview to serve  as Academic Consultants on contract basis to teach Mathematics, Electronics, Computer Science, Electrical, Engg. Mechanics & Civil Engineering (for Engineering drawing & drafting) to work in University College of Engineering & Technology. 

AP DSC 2014 News and Tentative District Wise and Post Wise Vacancy Positions

APDSC 2014 Details. AP DSC 2014 Notification News. APDSC District Wise Vacancy Positions.  APDSC Post Wise Vacancy Positions. AP District Selection Committee 2014 Notification will be released on 5th September( Teachers day).

AP DSC 2014
Good news for unemployment youth and good news for youth, who are looking forward for teachers jobs.
These teacher jobs were postponed from last one and half year. Finally Andhra Pradesh State government takes decision in favor of unemployment youth. At last government has taken a decision to  announce the DSC notification. Finally AP government has given green signal for to fill up teachers posts. As a result around ten thousand above teacher jobs going to fill up this year. After a bifurcation of AP first time released government first notification

After a long waiting we are noticing that the DSC notification will be released very soon. Andhra Pradesh State Government has proposed to fill up the 21 thousand teachers posts. Actually these posts had to recruited in the academic year 2013-14. There was a obstance in the form of Grama Panchayat election code. So that notification was in pending. Now after the bifurcation of State, the AP State government wants to fill up the previous twenty thousand posts. In the mean time there are 15 thousands teachers retired. Now total of ten thousand above posts are to be filled in the academic year 2014-15.

AP DSC 2014 Notification will be Released on 5th Sept-2014
In this year AP DSC-2014 almost around 10,603 posts going to fill up by AP Education department for that ordinance has been ready. However according to education act teachers posts should be fill up according to students ratio in 13 districts. The department has been considered vacancy until May 31. Although in most of the schools teachers ratio higher than students ratio. Those teacher are around 15,760, So education department going to reshuffle them in order maintain the ratio between teachers and students.

After successful reshuffling program, the department might be going to announce DSC. Necessary action has been taken by Education Department Commissioner smt. Usharani in order to release DSC notification until September 5th (teachers day).

APDSC 2014 Tentative District Wise & Post Wise Vacancy Positions
S.No
District Name
School Assistant
Language Pandits
P.E.T
S.G.T
Total
1Ananthapuram571061511081286
2Chittoor221182911941606
3East Godavari192120198841215
4Guntur1594323682907
5Kadapa104406206356
6Karnool1229813497730
7Krishna1044913213379
8Nellore574210307416
9Prakasham791621723839
10Srikakulam22010321375719
11Vishaka Patnam30759287931187
12Vizianagaram104337218362
13West Godavari123840394601
Total1849975185759410603
More details will be available....

APSSA Rc.783 Engage of Academic Instructors in Place of HMs working as MEOs

Engage of Academic Instructors in Place of HMs working as MEOs.
Commissioner of School Education has issued Proceedings Rc.No.999 on 17th July, 2014. In this subject High School HMs Who are acting as MEOs will act as fully Empower the FAC MEOs. So, They will be relieved from old school HM duties. In this connection the SPD, SSA, AP has issued Rc.No.783 on 23rd July 2014 for Engaging of Academic Instructors in the school where there is subject need and where the Headmaster is kept a Full Additional Charge as Mandal Educational Officer. In this subject certain instructions have been issued for above engagement and arrange arrange to pay the honorarium to the Academic Instructors.

Instructions for Engaging Academic Instructors 
The State Project Director, Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan,Andhra Pradesh, R.c.N0.783/SSA/A92014 Dated:23-07-2014: Subject: AP.,SSA, Hyderabad - FAC arrangements for the post of Mandal Educational Officers - Necessary instructions Engaging Academic Instructors - Reg. So, Engage Academic Instructors in High Schools Where Gz.HMs working as FAC MEOs.

Reference: Commissioner of School Education Proc.Rc.No.999/ Esst.2-1/2014, dated: 17-07-2014 and 23-07-2014,

The attention of all the Project Officers of SSA in the State is invited to the reference cited, wherein instructions have been issued to with regard to the arrangement of Full Additional Charges to the post of Mandal Educational Officers duly instructing that,

  • (a) the Headmasters who are kept full additional charge for the post of Mandal Educational Officer shall attend to all the excusive works entrusted to the post of Mandal Educational Officers as per the job chart and also the works/ subject related to the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan on full time basis in the Mandal. 
  • (b) the senior most School As working in the school from where the He is kept full additional charge to the post of Mandal Educational Officer shall be made incharge Headmaster to attend to the duties of Headmaster on full time basis, 
  • (c) an Academic Instructor may be engaged in the school where there is subject need and where the Headmaster is kept a Full Additional Charge as Mandal Educational Officer. 

Therefore, all the Project Officers of SSA in the State are instructed to arrange to pay the honorarium to the Academic Instructors engaged in the school as per need from the funds available under Academic support through. BRC/URC of SSA in the State. The above instructions shall he followed scrupulously.

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Rc.302 9th and 10th Class Exam Clarification by AP School Education

No Change in Existing AP SSC 2014-15 Exam System
The Commissioner of School Education, Andhra Pradesh, Rc.No.302/E1-12009, Dated:17-07-2014: School Education Examination Reforms for Class IX and X from the academic year 2014 15 onwards-Regarding. So, there is no change in the 9th and 10th class examination pattern. Now this year also the previous year pattern will be followed as per Proc.Rc.NO.302.

Reference: Press statement of Hon'ble Minister for Human Resources Development.

All the Regional Joint Directors and District Educational Officers are hereby informed that there is lot of confusion regarding conduct of examinations for IX and X classes in the state.

GO.No 2676 Lifting of Ban to the Extent of Promotions & Appointments at District level in AP

AP Govt has lifted Ban on Promotions and Appointments at District level. 
AP GO's. AP GOs 2014. AP G.O.Rt.No: 2676 Dated 23-07-2014.   Lifting of ban to the extent of Promotions & Appointments at District level . GO.No 2676 Lifting of Ban to the Extent of Promotions & Appointments at District level in AP.

Lifting of Ban to the Extent of Promotions & Appointments
AP G.O.Rt.No: 2676 Dated 23-07-2014: Government of Andhra Pradesh, General Administration(PDC) Department has issued Government Order Rt.No.2676 on 23rd, 2014 for Lifting of ban to the extent of promotions & appointments (including compassionate) at District level in the State. In this subject Government, after careful examination of the issue, hereby relax the condition 7(b) of G.O.Rt.No:2147 in respect of employees whose unit of appointment is District level to the extent of promotions & appointments (including compassionate) at District level.

Reference:
1. G.O.Rt.No:2147, General Administration (DPC.I) Department, dated 16-05-2014.
2. From the Chairman, Joint Action Committee of Employees, Teachers, Workers and Pensioners, Andhra Pradesh, representation dated 17-06-2014.
3. From the President, Andhra Pradesh Commercial Taxes Non-Gazetted Officers’ Association, representation dated 21-06-2014.

Telangana ZPGPF Web Portal | TG ZPGPF Annual Slips at zpgpf.telangana.nic.in

TG ZP GPF Subscriber Interface. ePanchayat-PRIs Suit of Applications. Telangana ZPGPF Web Portal. TG ZPGPF Annual Slips at zpgpf.telangana.nic.in. Download Telengana ZPGPF Annual Slips. Download TG ZPGPF.  Check your Zilla Parishad General Provident Fund Slips on zpgpf.telangana.nic.in.

Telangana ZPGPF Web Portal
Government of Telangana officials has created new ZPGPF web portal for the employees, who are working in the Telangana State. This web portal is useful to all employees for checking their ZPGPF Annual Slips. In this page provided user guide for T employees.

Badi Pilustondi Programme 2014 Day Wise Activities | Special Drive For Out of School Children in AP

AP School Education Department Malli Badiki Programme 2014.  Badi Pilustondi Programme 2014 Day Wise Activities.  Special Drive For Out of School Children.  Govt. of Andhra Pradesh in its total commitment towards implementation of "RTE".   100% enrolment of all eligible children in schools.  Flag off by District Minister.  Balika Ustavam.   A day for Children with Special needs.  Conduct of Vidya Sadassu.  Student Day.  A Day with Community.

Badi Pilustondi Programme 2014
The Primary Objective of Right to Education Act, 2009 is to ensure enrolment of all children in the age group of 6-14 years in to the school. Inspite of best efforts it is unfortunate still some children remain out of the school. Such children can be divided into two categories i.e., Never Enrolled, Enrolled but dropped out. Some children are also involved in hazardous occupations and engaged as "child labour" Seasonal out migration and in migration of families has added to the problem of dropouts and many such children are discontinuing of Education. In effed, there is a dropout rate of 19.06% upto elementary level in the present Andhra Pradesh State.

AP Rc.No.468 Tentative Schedule For Preparation of Panel to Fill up SO and ASO Posts

Tentative Schedule For preparation of panel to fill up SO and ASO Posts. 
AP Sarava Shiksha Abhiyan, Hyderabad has issued Proceedings Rc.No.468 on 11th July, 2014 for Preparation of panels for the posts of Sectoral and Asst. Sectoral Officers in the DPOs for he year 2014-15. In this connection certain instructions and guidelines have been issued by the officials for conduct of examination for selection of SO and ASOs for the District Project Offices during the year and also a Tentative Schedule has been issued with this notification. So certain instructions and schedule as follow. SSA, AP Officials has requested to all the Project Officers of SSA in the State  to take the following action.

SSA AP  has informed to all the Project Officers in the State that, it is decided to prepare a panel to fill up the present and future vacancies of Sectoral & Asst. Sectoral Officers in the District Project Offices of SSA A Notification is being issued by the State Project Office, SSA, AP., Hyderabad. Tentative Schedule For preparation of panel to fill up the vacant and anticipated future vacancies of Sectoral / Asst. Sectoral Officers in the District Project Officers of RVM (SSA) in the State - 2014.

SO and ASOs Recruitment 2014 Guidelines for District Project Offices(DPOs) in AP

Guidelines for conduct of SO and ASOs Recruitment 2014.  Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad: Guidelines for conduct of examination for selection of Sectoral Officers and Asst. Sectoral Officers for the District Project Offices during the year 2014.

Guidelines for conduct of SO and ASOs Recruitment 2014
1. Written test and oral interview will be conducted for 85 and 15 .marks respectively for selection of Sectoral Officers. In addition to the written test and oral interview, a skill test for 50 marks will be conducted at State Project Office to the candidates who are eligible through the above test for the posts of APO and ASO on the day of interview.

2. The written test shall be conducted at district headquarters by the concerned District Educational Officers on 17.08.2014 from 10.30 a.m. to I .00 p.m. The ~Project Officer shall coordinate with the DEOs for smooth conduct of the examination. The DEOs may decide the venue(s) / examination centre(s) based on the number of candidates appearing for the test from the concerned districts. The venue(s) / examination centre(s) may be preferably a school with suitable seating arrangement, proper ventilation and electricity facility. Allotment of candidates shall be @ ' 20 per room. The Headmaster/Headmistress of the concerned school(s) shall act as Chief Superintendent for the examination. The duration of the examination will be 2 1/2 hours.

Sectoral and Asst.Sectoral Officers Recruitment 2014 | SO and ASO Posts Recruitment 2014 in AP

SO and ASOs Recruitment 2014. SSA AP SO and ASO Posts Recruitment 2014. Sarva Siksha Abhiyan SO and ASOs Recruitment 2014.  Sectoral and Asst. Sectoral Officers Recruitment 2014 Notification. SO and ASO Posts Recruitment 2014.

As per Proceedings Rc.No.468, Dated: 17-07-2014; SSA AP has informed to all the Project Officers in the State that SSA officials has decided to prepare a panel to fill up the present and future vacancies of Sectoral & Asst. Sectoral Officers in the District Project Offices of SSA. In this subject Sectoral and Asst.Sectoral Officers Recruitment 2014 Notification has been issued by the State Project Office, SSA, A.P., Hyderabad for this year.

SSA AP invites the applications from the eligible and interested candidates for fill up the Sectoral and Asst.Sectoral Officers in the DPOs of SSA. This notification details as follow.

SBI Special Management Executive(SME) Posts Recruitment 2014 Notification

SBI SME(Banking) Posts Recruitment 2014.  State Bank of India  300 SME Posts Recruitment 2014 Notification.  SBI 300 Special Management Executive (Banking) Posts Recruitment.  135 Special Management Executive Posts(Middle Management Grade scale II) Recruitment 2014.  165 Special Management Executive Posts(Middle Management Grade scale III) Recruitment 2014.   Apply online at www.sbi.co.in

SBI SME Posts Recruitment 2014
State bank of India officials has issued 300 Special Management Executive (Banking) Posts Recruitment on 21st June, 2014.  SBI invites applications from eligible, interested, dynamic banking or financial sector executives for the post of Special Management Executives (Banking) [SME(Banking)] in middle management grades scale II and II in the State Bank of India.

Excellent career opportunities with the premier bank of the country where tradition is blended with technology and innovation. Be a part of a warm work environment where employee inputs at all levels are valued and where aspirations are nurtured for reaching the pinnacle.

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Physical Sciences Model Unit Plan for IX Class

Physical Sciences Model Unit Plan for IX Class

UNIT PLAN
Teacher’s Name:...................................................................
Subject:PHYSICAL SCIENCES Class: IX
No. of periods required:14,                                       Unit: Motion.

Competencies to be achieved after teaching the lesson:
Conceptual understanding :
  • The pupil understand the concept of relativity.
  • The pupil explains the meaning of rest and motion.
  • The pupil discriminates scalar and vector quantities.
  • The pupil interprets the graphs for distance- time .
  • The pupil understands the average speed and average velocity.
  • The pupil solves numerical problems involving physical principles.
  • The pupil explains the meaning of instantaneous speed.
  • The pupil understands uniform motion and non-uniform motion.
  • The pupil interprets graphs for uniform and non-uniform motion.
  • The pupil explains uniform circular motion.
  • The pupil understands the tangential direction.
  • The pupil illustrates constant acceleration and acceleration due to gravity.
  • The pupil identifies the relationship between relation between different terms.
  • The pupil explains the relation between the slope and acceleration.

Asking questions and making hypothesis :
  • The pupil asks for the applications of scalars and vectors.
  • The pupil imagines rest and motion of Earth w.r.t other planets.
  • The pupil asks for the difference of distance and displacement.
  • The pupil asks for the zero displacement around the circle.
  • The pupil imagines the rotator motion for planets .
  • The pupil asks for the difference of instantaneous speed and average speed.
  • The pupil asks for the decrease and increase of speed for vertically thrown and freely falling bodies.

Experiments and Field investigation:
  • The pupil proves the relation between distance and displacement.
  • The pupil proves the variation of speed and direction of motion.
  • The pupil experiments and proves the direction of speed is tangential for a body in circular motion.
  • The pupil find the acceleration and velocity of an object moving on an inclined plane.
  • The pupil performs experiments with reasonable speed and neatness.

Collecting information and project work:
  • The pupil collects the information about relativity of rest and motion.
  • The pupil do the project of examples of scalar and vector quantities.
  • The pupil collects the paper cutting about rest and motion.
  • The pupil collects information about the objects, which are in uniform and non-uniform motion.
  • The pupil collects information about the objects in different types of motions.

Drawing and Model making :
  • The pupil draws the graph between distance and time.
  • The pupil draws the tables to record observations of an experiment.
  • The pupil draws the tangential direction of velocity to a body in circular motion at different points.


Appreciation and Aesthetic values:
  • The pupil appreciates the importance of scalars and vectors in physics.
  • The pupil appreciates the applicability of rest and motion to Earth practically for higher concepts.
  • The pupil appreciates the relation between the concept of motion and our daily life.


Period numberContent/Activity/Competency to be achieved in 45 minutes Teaching strategyRequired T L M
1Introduction to motionAsking questions, DiscussionTextbook
2Rest and Motion, Motion is relativeRole play, Activity, DiscussionBall, pins, Text book
3Distance and Displacement Activity: 1,2Activity, DiscussionChart, Ball, Text book
4Average speed and Average Velocity Activity: 3Discussion , ActivityStop watch, Text book
5Speed and Velocity Activity:4Discussion , ActivityToy car and horizontal pad
6Uniform and non-uniform motion Activity: 5,6Experiment, DiscussionInclined plane, Ball, Stopwatch
7Uniform circular motion Activity: 7,8Discussion , ActivityThread, small stone, Ball
8AccelarationDiscussion Chart
9Equations of motion in uniform accelerated motionDiscussion , ActivityText book
10Determining acceleration and velocityExperiment and DiscussionInclined plane, steel plate, books for height
11Solved problemsDiscussionText book
12Improve your learningDiscussionText book
13Improve your learningDiscussionText book
14Improve your learningDiscussionText book


Teaching notes:
  • There must be a reference point to describe the position of the given body.
  • Distance ≥ Displacement.
  • Distance is a scalar quantity and Displacement is a vector quantity.
  • The physical quantities which are described by only magnitude are called scalar quantities.
  • The physical quantities which are described by both magnitude and direction are called as vector.
  • Average velocity =  (Total dispalcement)/(Total time.)
  • Instantaneous velocity is defined as the velocity at that particular time (second).
  • When the velocity of a body decreases with time, then acceleration is called retardation or negative accelearation.
  • The acceleration of a freely falling and vertically projected bodies is called acceleration due to gravity.
  • The value of acceleration  due to gravity changes w.r.t height, depth , at equator and at poles.
  • The standard value of acceleration due to gravity on Earth is 9.8 m/s2.

Refernce Books:
APSCERT physical sciences book.
Concepts of physics H.C. Verma.
Goyal’s IIT foundation Book- Physics.

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Physical Sciences Model Unit Plan for VIII Class

Physical Sciences Model Unit Plan for VIII Class
UNIT PLAN
Teacher’s Name : .................................................................
Subject : PHYSICAL SCIENCES,                     Class : VIII
No. of periods required : 12;                               Unit: Force

Competencies to be achieved after teaching the lesson:

Conceptual understanding :
  • The pupil differentiates the work done by push and pull.
  • The pupil divides the forces into contact and non contact forces.
  • The pupil explains about frictional force.
  • The pupil give examples to tension force.
  • The pupil explaining about the magnetic and electric forces and fields.
  • The pupil understands the production of static electricity by friction.
  • The pupil understands different cases of resultant force.
  • The pupil derive the units and formulae for force.
  • The pupil explains resultant force based on FBD { Free Body  Diagram}.
  • The pupil understands the pressure and its variation w.r.t surface area.
Asking questions and making hypothesis :
  • The pupil observes the changes in the muscles during work.
  • The pupil asks the relation between force and friction.
  • The pupil imagines the situation during the absence of friction.
  • The pupil imagines the relation between gravitational force and tension in case of hanging bodies.
  • The pupil asks the information about the static electricity.
  • The pupil asks questions related to like poles and unlike poles.
Experiments and Field investigation:
  • The pupil finds the limiting force that can be bared by string by doing experiment.
  • The pupil proves the statement “like poles repel, unlike poles attract”.
  • The pupil explains the effect of resultant forces by doing experiment.
  • The pupil proves the electro static force of attraction using inflated balloon and paper pieces.
  • The pupil proves the change in effect of force with area of contact.
Collecting information and project work:
  • The pupil collects information about the different works done by push or pull or both.
  • The pupil do the project about the advantages and disadvantages of friction.
  • The pupil collects pictures related to contact forces and force at a distance.
  • The pupil collects different paper cutting and draws FBD {Free Body Diagram}.
  • The pupil collects the information about pressure in fluids.

Drawing and Model making :
  • The pupil draws the FBD for the bodies resting on the surfaces.
  • The pupil draws the FBD for the hanging bodies.
  • The pupil draws the FBD for large number of force acting on bodies in different cases.
Appreciation and Aesthetic values:
  • The pupil appreciates the advantages of friction to humans.
  • The pupil appreciates the result produced due to gravitational force.
  • The pupil appreciates the contribution of great scientists like Newton for their work in the field of force.


Period number
Content/Activity/Competency to be achieved in 45 minutes
Teaching strategy
Required T L M
1Introduction about basic topics about force Activity: 1Asking questions, Discussion, mind mapText book
2Contact and non – contact forces Activity: 2,3,4Discussion and ActivityWeights, Ball
3Friction, Normal force Activity: 5Discussion and group ActivityPad, Ball, Different surfaces, eraser, coin.
4TensionExperiment, Observation, DemonstrationSpring balance, weights,Light threads, wt hanger
5Forces at a distance(magnetic,electric, gravitational forces) Actvity: 6,7,8Experiment, group activity, DiscussionWhite and red foam balls, needles, bar magnet, vessel, water, balloon, paper pieces.
6Resultant force (net force) Activity: 9Activity, Discussion, FBD , observationBench, Chart
7Calculation of net force in different cases Activity: 10,11,12Activity, Discussion, FBD , observationRubber, Ball, Marbles in place of caroms.
8Other effects of force, PressureActivity, Discussion, ObservationPencil, brick, trays, sand.
9Improve your learning. (Making students to write answers through discussion)DiscussionNote book, Text book
10Improve your learningDiscussionNote book, Text book
11Improve your learningDiscussionNote book, Text book
12Demonstration class by interested pupil in the class room.DiscussionText book

Teaching notes:
  • Every object in the universe attracts every other object in the universe, according to universal law of gravitation.
  • These attracted objects do not move, because of small masses.
  • Vertically thrown objects losses velocity as it moves and finally falls down due to gravitational force.
  • Like charges repel each other and unlike charges attract each other.
  • A charged body attracts an oppositely charged body and a neutral body due to induction.
  • S.I unit of force is Newton and C.G.S. unit of force is dyne.
  • They are related as 1 Newton ="10 to the power of 5" dyne.
  • Representation of all forces acting on a body at a time in a diagram is called Free Body Diagram
  • Like poles repel each other and unlike poles attract each other.
  • Magnetic and electric forces are both attractive and repulsive, but gravitational forces are always attractive.
Reference Books:
APSCERT physical sciences book.
Concepts of physics –H.C. verma
Goyal’s IIT Foundation course Physics.

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