Thursday, 15 November 2018

Treasuries and Accounts – Heavy Work Load in Certain Sub Treasuries - Request to open New Sub Treasuries - opening of new sub Offices of certain existing Sub Treasuries. G.O. Rt. No.2011, Dated: 15.11.2018



GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH 
ABSTRACT 


Public services-Treasuries and Accounts – Heavy Work Load in Certain Sub Treasuries - Request to open New Sub Treasuries - opening of new sub Offices of certain existing Sub Treasuries – Orders Issued - Regarding.


FINANCE (ADMN.I) DEPARTMENT 
G.O. Rt. No.2011      Dated: 15.11.2018 








 Read the following: 
1. Letter No.43/APTSA/2018, Dt.11.10.2018 of APTSA.
2. Representation received from the State Government Pensioners Association, A.P., Visakhapatnam and Guntur Districts.
 3. e.fileno.14060/6/2018 of DTA

* * * 

ORDER: 
 In the references first and second read above, the APTSA, Ibrahimpatnam and Pensioners Association, A.P., Visakhapatnam & Guntur Districts have requested the Government to open (3) New Sub Treasuries at Gajuwaka, Anandapuram and Pendurthi for better management of pension payments / pension records in Visakhapatnam District.

2. In the reference third read above, the Director of Treasuries and Accounts, A.P., Ibrahimpatnam has submitted that there are around 196 Sub Treasuries in the state dealing with pension payment to around 3, 51,907 Pensioners. Out of 196 Sub Treasuries, 17 Sub Treasuries are heavy Sub Treasuries with more than 5,000 pensions. Around 1,60,847 pensions are being paid from these 17 heavy Sub Treasuries in the State. Visakhapatnam (Seethammadhara), Vijayawada (east) and Guntur Sub Treasuries have more than 12,000 pensions and they have become heavy for a single ATO to handle. Due to heavy work load in the Sub Treasuries, the ATO is loosing control over the work, leading to some irregularities in payments.

3. The DTA has further submitted that keeping the heavy work load of urban
Tahsildhar offices in Visakhapatnam, Vijayawada, Guntur, Nellore and Kurnool towns, the revenue department has divided each urban Tahsildhar office into 2 to 4 Tahsildhar Offices in 2017-18.

4. In a similar way, the DTA has requested the Government to open Additional Sub Treasuries in Visakhapatnam, Vijayawada and Guntur Municipal Corporations with the existing staff, Computers and furniture.

5. Government after careful examination of the matter, here by accord permission to the DTA to open (4) new sub offices of existing Sub-Treasury Offices i.e., (2) in Visakhapatnam, (1) in Vijayawada and (1) in Guntur for better management of pension payments / pension records, by way of re-deployment of staff / furniture / computers in private buildings. No Additional staff will be sanctioned for these sub offices.

6. The Director of Treasuries and Accounts is requested to take further necessary action in this regard.

7. This order is available online and can be accessed at http://goir.ap.gov.in.

(BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF ANDHRA PRADESH) 


 MUDDADA RAVI CHANDRA 
 SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT (Expr.)



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GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH 
ABSTRACT 


Public services-Treasuries and Accounts – Heavy Work Load in Certain Sub Treasuries - Request to open New Sub Treasuries - opening of new sub Offices of certain existing Sub Treasuries – Orders Issued - Regarding.


FINANCE (ADMN.I) DEPARTMENT 
G.O. Rt. No.2011      Dated: 15.11.2018 








 Read the following: 
1. Letter No.43/APTSA/2018, Dt.11.10.2018 of APTSA.
2. Representation received from the State Government Pensioners Association, A.P., Visakhapatnam and Guntur Districts.
 3. e.fileno.14060/6/2018 of DTA

* * * 

ORDER: 
 In the references first and second read above, the APTSA, Ibrahimpatnam and Pensioners Association, A.P., Visakhapatnam & Guntur Districts have requested the Government to open (3) New Sub Treasuries at Gajuwaka, Anandapuram and Pendurthi for better management of pension payments / pension records in Visakhapatnam District.

2. In the reference third read above, the Director of Treasuries and Accounts, A.P., Ibrahimpatnam has submitted that there are around 196 Sub Treasuries in the state dealing with pension payment to around 3, 51,907 Pensioners. Out of 196 Sub Treasuries, 17 Sub Treasuries are heavy Sub Treasuries with more than 5,000 pensions. Around 1,60,847 pensions are being paid from these 17 heavy Sub Treasuries in the State. Visakhapatnam (Seethammadhara), Vijayawada (east) and Guntur Sub Treasuries have more than 12,000 pensions and they have become heavy for a single ATO to handle. Due to heavy work load in the Sub Treasuries, the ATO is loosing control over the work, leading to some irregularities in payments.

3. The DTA has further submitted that keeping the heavy work load of urban
Tahsildhar offices in Visakhapatnam, Vijayawada, Guntur, Nellore and Kurnool towns, the revenue department has divided each urban Tahsildhar office into 2 to 4 Tahsildhar Offices in 2017-18.

4. In a similar way, the DTA has requested the Government to open Additional Sub Treasuries in Visakhapatnam, Vijayawada and Guntur Municipal Corporations with the existing staff, Computers and furniture.

5. Government after careful examination of the matter, here by accord permission to the DTA to open (4) new sub offices of existing Sub-Treasury Offices i.e., (2) in Visakhapatnam, (1) in Vijayawada and (1) in Guntur for better management of pension payments / pension records, by way of re-deployment of staff / furniture / computers in private buildings. No Additional staff will be sanctioned for these sub offices.

6. The Director of Treasuries and Accounts is requested to take further necessary action in this regard.

7. This order is available online and can be accessed at http://goir.ap.gov.in.

(BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF ANDHRA PRADESH) 


 MUDDADA RAVI CHANDRA 
 SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT (Expr.)



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Wednesday, 14 November 2018

How to EDIT School Profile Part-A & Part-B by using UDISE - User Manual



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Armed Forces Flag Day Fund collection- Contribution of State Government employees - Recovery from the salaries of December payable in the month of January. G.O.MS.NO: 177, Dated: 14-11-2018.



G.O.MS.NO: 177.                   Dated: 14-11-2018.






Home Department – Armed Forces Flag Day Fund collection- Contribution of State Government employees - Recovery from the salaries of December payable in the month of January – Orders – Issued.





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G.O.MS.NO: 177.                   Dated: 14-11-2018.






Home Department – Armed Forces Flag Day Fund collection- Contribution of State Government employees - Recovery from the salaries of December payable in the month of January – Orders – Issued.





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Emblem of the Government of Andhra Pradesh. GO.P.No. 2, Dated: 14-11-2018


GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH 
A B S T R A C T

Coat of Arms- Emblem of the Government of Andhra Pradesh – Orders - Issued.

GENERAL ADMINISTRATION(PU-A) DEPARTMENT
 G.O. P. No. 2                               Dated: 14-11-2018


Read:
G.O. Ms. No. 740 Home (Poll. & Military) Department dated 29.05.1954.

***


O R D E R:

   Consequent on the bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh in 2014, the Government finalized the State Emblem for official use.

   Accordingly, the following notification shall be published in an Extra-ordinary issue of the Andhra Pradesh State gazette dated 14.11.2018.


NOTIFICATION

The State Emblem of Government of Andhra Pradesh shall be as under:

1. Andhra Pradesh State Emblem



2. Elements of the Andhra Pradesh State Emblem

The State Emblem is inspired by the Amaravati School of Art. It consists of “Dhamma Chakka” - “the Wheel of Law” embellished with a ring of triratnas alternating with pinnate leaves and precious stones. The three circles of decorative beads in ascending order of numbers – 48 in the inner, 118 in the middle and 148 in the outer circle. “Puna Ghataka” – “The vase of Plenty” is at the hub of the Dhamma Chakka. It is decorated with a four banded garland on the main body with medallions and tassels. There is a braid around the thin neck and a flaring mouth.

The National Emblem is placed at the bottom.

The words “ఆంధపIz పభ తwం” in Telugu will be at the top flanked by ‘Andhra Pradesh’ in English and Hindi.  The words “సతUñవ in Telugu Script appears at the bottom.

3. Emblem Size

The emblem should never be reduced to a size of less than 24 mm in height.

4. Emblem Colours

(i) Multi – Colour Reproduction (for categories 1 to 6 of Para 5(i) )

- The Lions should be of Orange Colour (Hex Code: #ff4500)
- Dhamma Chakka and Ghataka should be of Green Colour (Hex Code: #036d33)
- Spokes of Dhamma Chakka (between inner and middle circle) should be of Gold Colour (Hex Code: #fdd600)


(ii) Single Blue colour design (Hex Code: #1d307f) against a white background (Only categories     7 & 8 of Para 5(i))

(iii) Black (Hex Code: #000000) and White Reproduction (Hex Code: #ffffff)
5. AP State Emblem - Permitted and Prohibited Users

(i) Permitted users

The following are authorised to use the Andhra Pradesh Government State Emblem:

1. The Chief Minister and the Council of Ministers
2. The Chief Secretary to Government
3. The Secretaries to Government
4. The Advocate General
5. All Heads of Departments
6. All Collectors and District Magistrates
7. All District Heads of Departments.
8. Secretariat Mid-Level Officers or equivalent.

(ii) Prohibited users

The following will have their own emblems and the Andhra Pradesh Government State Emblem will not be used:

1. Heads of Autonomous Bodies of Government such as:
a. Companies;
b. Corporations;
c. Societies;
d. Trusts;
e. Bodies created by statutes;
f. Bodies created by executive orders.

2 Private individuals/entities

6. AP State Emblem - Permitted and Prohibited uses

(i) Permitted uses

Letter heads and Visiting cards
Printing purposes (pamphlets, posters, flyers, booklets, periodicals, flex boards, Government Advertisements etc.).
Exhibits and other Public affairs-related materials.

(ii) Prohibited uses

To replace, or in conjunction with the Government seal.
By the private sector, including vendors, contractors.
In combination with other elements to create a logo or emblem for an office or program.

The soft copy of the State Emblem can be downloaded from the official website of General Administration Department at



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GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH 
A B S T R A C T

Coat of Arms- Emblem of the Government of Andhra Pradesh – Orders - Issued.

GENERAL ADMINISTRATION(PU-A) DEPARTMENT
 G.O. P. No. 2                               Dated: 14-11-2018


Read:
G.O. Ms. No. 740 Home (Poll. & Military) Department dated 29.05.1954.

***


O R D E R:

   Consequent on the bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh in 2014, the Government finalized the State Emblem for official use.

   Accordingly, the following notification shall be published in an Extra-ordinary issue of the Andhra Pradesh State gazette dated 14.11.2018.


NOTIFICATION

The State Emblem of Government of Andhra Pradesh shall be as under:

1. Andhra Pradesh State Emblem



2. Elements of the Andhra Pradesh State Emblem

The State Emblem is inspired by the Amaravati School of Art. It consists of “Dhamma Chakka” - “the Wheel of Law” embellished with a ring of triratnas alternating with pinnate leaves and precious stones. The three circles of decorative beads in ascending order of numbers – 48 in the inner, 118 in the middle and 148 in the outer circle. “Puna Ghataka” – “The vase of Plenty” is at the hub of the Dhamma Chakka. It is decorated with a four banded garland on the main body with medallions and tassels. There is a braid around the thin neck and a flaring mouth.

The National Emblem is placed at the bottom.

The words “ఆంధపIz పభ తwం” in Telugu will be at the top flanked by ‘Andhra Pradesh’ in English and Hindi.  The words “సతUñవ in Telugu Script appears at the bottom.

3. Emblem Size

The emblem should never be reduced to a size of less than 24 mm in height.

4. Emblem Colours

(i) Multi – Colour Reproduction (for categories 1 to 6 of Para 5(i) )

- The Lions should be of Orange Colour (Hex Code: #ff4500)
- Dhamma Chakka and Ghataka should be of Green Colour (Hex Code: #036d33)
- Spokes of Dhamma Chakka (between inner and middle circle) should be of Gold Colour (Hex Code: #fdd600)


(ii) Single Blue colour design (Hex Code: #1d307f) against a white background (Only categories     7 & 8 of Para 5(i))

(iii) Black (Hex Code: #000000) and White Reproduction (Hex Code: #ffffff)
5. AP State Emblem - Permitted and Prohibited Users

(i) Permitted users

The following are authorised to use the Andhra Pradesh Government State Emblem:

1. The Chief Minister and the Council of Ministers
2. The Chief Secretary to Government
3. The Secretaries to Government
4. The Advocate General
5. All Heads of Departments
6. All Collectors and District Magistrates
7. All District Heads of Departments.
8. Secretariat Mid-Level Officers or equivalent.

(ii) Prohibited users

The following will have their own emblems and the Andhra Pradesh Government State Emblem will not be used:

1. Heads of Autonomous Bodies of Government such as:
a. Companies;
b. Corporations;
c. Societies;
d. Trusts;
e. Bodies created by statutes;
f. Bodies created by executive orders.

2 Private individuals/entities

6. AP State Emblem - Permitted and Prohibited uses

(i) Permitted uses

Letter heads and Visiting cards
Printing purposes (pamphlets, posters, flyers, booklets, periodicals, flex boards, Government Advertisements etc.).
Exhibits and other Public affairs-related materials.

(ii) Prohibited uses

To replace, or in conjunction with the Government seal.
By the private sector, including vendors, contractors.
In combination with other elements to create a logo or emblem for an office or program.

The soft copy of the State Emblem can be downloaded from the official website of General Administration Department at



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HOLIDAYS –General Holidays and Optional Holidays for the year 2019 –Declared. G.O.Rt.No. 2413 , Dated:14-11-2018.



GOVERNMENTOFANDHRAPRADESH 
ABSTRACT  


HOLIDAYS –General Holidays and Optional Holidays for the year 2019 –Declared. 

GENERAL ADMINISTRATION (POLL.B) DEPARTMENT 
G.O.Rt.No. 2413 ,                      Dated:14-11-2018. 









ORDER:

     The following Notification shall be published in the next issue of Andhra Pradesh extra-ordinary Gazette: NOTIFICATION The Government of Andhra Pradesh direct that the days specified in AnnexureI shall be observed as General Holidays by all the State Government Offices excluding the holidays falling on Sundays shown in Annexure-I (A) and Optional Holidays shown in Annexure-II except the Optional Holidays falling on Sundays shown in Annexure-II(A) during the year 2019.

2.  The State Government directs that all offices under State Government shall remain closed on all Sundays and Second Saturdays in all the months during the year 2019.

3.   In addition to the above mentioned General Holidays in Annexure-I, the State Government employees may avail themselves of Optional Holidays not exceeding FIVE during the year 2019 on festival/occasions specified in Annexure-II to this order, at their option and irrespective of the religion to which the festival pertains. Permission to avail any of these holidays shall be applied for, in writing in advance and shall normally be granted by the Superior Officers competent to grant casual leave except when the presence of an individual employee is considered necessary in exigencies of Government work.

4.   The Government also directs that General Holidays shall not ipso-facto apply to the Industrial Establishment and Public Undertakings under the control of the State Government, the workmen engaged in Public Works Departments and Educational Institutions in this State. Separate orders regarding the festivals/occasions when these Institutions have to observe holidays shall be issued by the concerned Administrative Department of the Secretariat.

5.   If there is any change of date in respect of Ramzan, Bakrid, Moharam and EID ILADUN NABI as per the sighting of the moon or any other Hindu holiday as well, it shall be announced through electronic/print media. All the Departments of Secretariat, Heads of Departments and District Collectors shall take action according to such an announcement and without waiting for formal order about the change of date.


(BY ORDER ANDINTHENAMEOFTHEGOVERNOROFANDHRAPRADEH) 

ANIL CHNADRAPUNETHA 
CHIEF SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT









SECTION OFFICER




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GOVERNMENTOFANDHRAPRADESH 
ABSTRACT  


HOLIDAYS –General Holidays and Optional Holidays for the year 2019 –Declared. 

GENERAL ADMINISTRATION (POLL.B) DEPARTMENT 
G.O.Rt.No. 2413 ,                      Dated:14-11-2018. 









ORDER:

     The following Notification shall be published in the next issue of Andhra Pradesh extra-ordinary Gazette: NOTIFICATION The Government of Andhra Pradesh direct that the days specified in AnnexureI shall be observed as General Holidays by all the State Government Offices excluding the holidays falling on Sundays shown in Annexure-I (A) and Optional Holidays shown in Annexure-II except the Optional Holidays falling on Sundays shown in Annexure-II(A) during the year 2019.

2.  The State Government directs that all offices under State Government shall remain closed on all Sundays and Second Saturdays in all the months during the year 2019.

3.   In addition to the above mentioned General Holidays in Annexure-I, the State Government employees may avail themselves of Optional Holidays not exceeding FIVE during the year 2019 on festival/occasions specified in Annexure-II to this order, at their option and irrespective of the religion to which the festival pertains. Permission to avail any of these holidays shall be applied for, in writing in advance and shall normally be granted by the Superior Officers competent to grant casual leave except when the presence of an individual employee is considered necessary in exigencies of Government work.

4.   The Government also directs that General Holidays shall not ipso-facto apply to the Industrial Establishment and Public Undertakings under the control of the State Government, the workmen engaged in Public Works Departments and Educational Institutions in this State. Separate orders regarding the festivals/occasions when these Institutions have to observe holidays shall be issued by the concerned Administrative Department of the Secretariat.

5.   If there is any change of date in respect of Ramzan, Bakrid, Moharam and EID ILADUN NABI as per the sighting of the moon or any other Hindu holiday as well, it shall be announced through electronic/print media. All the Departments of Secretariat, Heads of Departments and District Collectors shall take action according to such an announcement and without waiting for formal order about the change of date.


(BY ORDER ANDINTHENAMEOFTHEGOVERNOROFANDHRAPRADEH) 

ANIL CHNADRAPUNETHA 
CHIEF SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT









SECTION OFFICER




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CFMS - Deputation of the staff of rectify the problems at ground level for payment of salaries to teaching staff of A.P.Model Schools. Rc.No.001, Dated: 13-11-2018



Rc.No.001/CFMS/APMS/2018     Dated: 13-11-2018






A.P.Model Schools - CFMS - Deputation of the staff of rectify the problems at ground level for payment of salaries to teaching staff of A.P.Model Schools






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A.P.Model Schools - CFMS - Deputation of the staff of rectify the problems at ground level for payment of salaries to teaching staff of A.P.Model Schools






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