Tuesday, 11 December 2018

Release of an amount of Rs.12,10,81,000/- as additional funds towards sanction of Pre Matric Scholarships for the financial year 2018-19 Administrative Sanction. G.O.RT.No. 402, Dated: 11-12-2018



GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH 
ABSTRACT 

Tribal  Welfare Department – Education - Release of an amount  of  Rs.12,10,81,000/-  (Rupees Twelve Crore Ten Lakh Eighty One Thousand) as  additional  funds  towards  sanction  of  Pre Matric Scholarships  for the  financial year  2018-19 Administrative  Sanction  - Orders  – Issued.

SOCIAL WELFARE  (TW.EDN.1) DEPARTMENT 
                 G.O.RT.No.  402                        Dated: 11-12-2018                   








Read the following:

1.  G.O.Ms.No.59,  Finance  (BG.I)  Department,  30-03-2001 
2.  G.O.Ms.No.43,  Finance  (Budget.I)  Department,  27-03-2018 
3.  G.O.Ms.No.44,  Finance  (Budget.I)  Department,  29-03-2018 
4.  U.O.No.  TW-18026/136/2018-Edn.(TW),  Tribal  Welfare  Department,         Dt.13-11-2018 
5.  C.No. FIN01-FMU0MISC/199/2018-SO(FMU(WF  I))-FIN , Fin(FMU-  Welfare-I)       Department,  Dt.05-12-2018. 
6.  Letter  received    from  DTW,  Vijayawada,  Lr.Rc.  No.J2/Comp.No.656907  File No.16022(31)/20/2018-J  SEC- COTW,  Dt.01-11-2018.
7.  G.O.Rt.No.2089 Finance  (Welfare.I)  Dept.,  Dt.  06.12.2018.

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O R D E R:
    In the circumstances  explained by  the Director of Tribal  Welfare,  A.P., Vijayawada vide  the  reference  6th  read above and  in pursuance to the Budget  Release Order issued  in the reference 7th  read  above,  Government hereby  accord an Administrative  Sanction order to the Director,  Tribal  Welfare, A.P., Vijayawada  for  release  an  amount  of Rs.12,10,81,000/-  (Rupees  Twelve  Crore Ten Lakh  Eighty  one Thousand)  as  additional  funds in relaxation of  treasury  control  and quarterly  regulation orders  pending  provision of funds by  obtaining supplementary grants  at  an  appropriate  time  during the  C.F.Y 2018-19  under the scheme of  Pre-Matric Scholarships  to ST students.

2.  The Director of Tribal  Welfare, Vijayawada  shall  follow  the procedure envisaged in the  above  statement.  Further,  Government  hereby  authorize  the  Drawing  Officer  concerned to draw  and incur the  expenditure.

3. The  Director of Tribal  Welfare,  Vijayawada  shall take  necessary action  in  the  matter. 

4. This  order issues  with  the concurrence of  Finance Department  vide  their  U.O. No.FIN01-FMU0MISC/199/2018-SO(FMU(WF  I))-FIN, Dt.07.12.2018.


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

S.S. RAWAT
PRINCIPAL SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT 




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GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH 
ABSTRACT 

Tribal  Welfare Department – Education - Release of an amount  of  Rs.12,10,81,000/-  (Rupees Twelve Crore Ten Lakh Eighty One Thousand) as  additional  funds  towards  sanction  of  Pre Matric Scholarships  for the  financial year  2018-19 Administrative  Sanction  - Orders  – Issued.

SOCIAL WELFARE  (TW.EDN.1) DEPARTMENT 
                 G.O.RT.No.  402                        Dated: 11-12-2018                   








Read the following:

1.  G.O.Ms.No.59,  Finance  (BG.I)  Department,  30-03-2001 
2.  G.O.Ms.No.43,  Finance  (Budget.I)  Department,  27-03-2018 
3.  G.O.Ms.No.44,  Finance  (Budget.I)  Department,  29-03-2018 
4.  U.O.No.  TW-18026/136/2018-Edn.(TW),  Tribal  Welfare  Department,         Dt.13-11-2018 
5.  C.No. FIN01-FMU0MISC/199/2018-SO(FMU(WF  I))-FIN , Fin(FMU-  Welfare-I)       Department,  Dt.05-12-2018. 
6.  Letter  received    from  DTW,  Vijayawada,  Lr.Rc.  No.J2/Comp.No.656907  File No.16022(31)/20/2018-J  SEC- COTW,  Dt.01-11-2018.
7.  G.O.Rt.No.2089 Finance  (Welfare.I)  Dept.,  Dt.  06.12.2018.

***** 

O R D E R:
    In the circumstances  explained by  the Director of Tribal  Welfare,  A.P., Vijayawada vide  the  reference  6th  read above and  in pursuance to the Budget  Release Order issued  in the reference 7th  read  above,  Government hereby  accord an Administrative  Sanction order to the Director,  Tribal  Welfare, A.P., Vijayawada  for  release  an  amount  of Rs.12,10,81,000/-  (Rupees  Twelve  Crore Ten Lakh  Eighty  one Thousand)  as  additional  funds in relaxation of  treasury  control  and quarterly  regulation orders  pending  provision of funds by  obtaining supplementary grants  at  an  appropriate  time  during the  C.F.Y 2018-19  under the scheme of  Pre-Matric Scholarships  to ST students.

2.  The Director of Tribal  Welfare, Vijayawada  shall  follow  the procedure envisaged in the  above  statement.  Further,  Government  hereby  authorize  the  Drawing  Officer  concerned to draw  and incur the  expenditure.

3. The  Director of Tribal  Welfare,  Vijayawada  shall take  necessary action  in  the  matter. 

4. This  order issues  with  the concurrence of  Finance Department  vide  their  U.O. No.FIN01-FMU0MISC/199/2018-SO(FMU(WF  I))-FIN, Dt.07.12.2018.


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

S.S. RAWAT
PRINCIPAL SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT 




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Implementation of (TaRL) Programme Pratham Educational Foudation(NGO) - In 13 Districts - Ananthapuramu, Kurnool and Vizianagaram during 2018-19 ·Certain modified Guideines Issued. Rc.No:255, Dated : 04-12-2018.



PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMMISSIONER OF SCHOOL EDUCATION,
A.P., AMARAVATHI .
Present:K.Sandhya Rani, I.Po.S.,


Rc.No:255/B/SCERT/ 2018 Dated : 04-12-2018








Sub:School  Educaton - SCERT - Implementation of  (TaRL) Programme Pratham Educational Foudation(NGO) - In 13 Districts - Ananthapuramu, Kurnool and  Vizianagaram  during 2018-19  ·Certain  modified  Guideines Issued -Regarding.

Ref:
 l. Progs.Rc.No.255 /B/ SCERT/ 2018, Dated: 25.07.2018 of the Commissioner of School Educat on, AP, Amaravathi.
2.Discussions during TaRL review meetings with State Academic Monitoring (SAMO) team of SPD,SSA, Pratham,SCERT, etc.
    The attention of the District Educational Officers and the District  Project Officers of SSA of Ananthapuramu, Kurnool and Vizianagaram Districts is invited to the subject cited. As you are aware the Teaching at Right Level (TaRL) Programme is being implemented for Classes 3rd to 5th since last 2 to 3 years. The services of the Cluster Academic Coordinators (CACs) are engaged for monitoring  and mentoring the implementation of the TaRL programme for  the past  3  years  in respect of Ananthapuramu District and for the Past 2 years in respect of  Kurnool and Vizianagaram Districts.

    From the experience so far,it is reported that the schools from where the CACs have been deputed for TaRL monitoring, are badly affected in terms of falling enrolment, fall in proper instructional days, lower learning levels of the students, etc. No substtute Academic Instructors were provided in such schools,in majority of the cases. This has adversely affected the overall school performance.

There are also complaints from the public and the parents that some of the
CACs are neither attending to their own schools nor properly delivering on their expected roles under TaRL program, Some complaints informed that CACs are in fact found attending to their personal works!

    Further, we are aware that  the TaRL program  is already under
implementat on for over 2-3 years in these 3 districts. There have been several rounds of training to the CACs and to the teachers and constant mentoring was ensured till date. It is expected that the tools and teaching practices that are introduced as part of TaRL program should have been mainstreamed and adapted by all the teachers concerned, by now.

    In the above context, and considering the previous years experience it is
decided to strengthen the existing Monitoring system at various levels through the ME.Os and District Officers to ach eve the expected teaming outcomes and proper implementation of the TaRL programme.

    The following modified guidelines for effect ve imp ementat on of TaRL programme are issued, These may be followed henceforth and the program implementation jointly reviewed by the DEO and PO SSA of the concerned District. Minutes of the District  Review meetings along with action points  and timelines for follow up may be submitted to this office and SPD, SSA office.
Modified Guidelines for implementation of TaRL Programme:

1.Implement the Teaching at Right Level (TaRL) Programme as per schedule communicated  earlier.

2. Relieve the existing CACs immediately, with instruct ons to join in their respective schools and implement the TaRL tools and practices effectively
in those schools.

3. The services of existing CACs may be limited to the Review meetings and Trainings as a Resource Persons to guide the teachers.

4. Issue instructions to the Head Masters (HMs) of Primary and Upper Primary Schools  of  Govt,  Mandal Parishad  and  Aided  Management  Schools to
imp ement the TaRL Programme daily for  two hours (One hour each for Language and Mathematics)in the Afternoon Session for 3rd to 5th Classes.

5. Make the education officers avai ablein the district as Special Officers for a cluster of Primary Schools where TaRL program is being imp emented for direct monitoring. Such officers may be Deputy Educational Officers, Principal DlET, AMOs and other Sectoral Officers, MEOs, Complex HMs, Ass stant Sectoral Officers, District Assessment Cell Members, Divisional LevelMonitoring Teams (DLMTs), Cluster Resource Persons(CRPs) and Mandal LevelData Entry Operators/MIS Coordinators.

6. While the education officers listed at serial 5 above may perform the specific Roles and Responsibil t es identified/discussed against their designation in the appended document, they individualy may be made responsible for the performance of a cluster of the Primary Schoo s on all aspects of the TaRL program.

7. DEOs and POs, SSA shou d jointly conduct review meetings with Dy.EOs, Princ pal DIET, AMO and Other Sectoral Officers, MEOs, Assistant Sectoral Officers and District Assessment Cell Members on 9th of every Month (or next working day. it is  a holiday).  Minutes of  the Meet ng and review  report should be submitted to CSE Ii SPD, SSA, highlighting the achievement and
issues for actionwith timelines by the 11th of every month.

8. Instruct the MEOs to conduct review meet ng with HMs of Primary and UP Schools and CRPs on 5th of every month to review the Qual ty improvement Programmes like TaRL, ALA and Gnanadhara etc. and submit report to the DEO and PO SSA by 7th of every month.

9. The AN.Os of SSA has to play vitalrole for conduct of Mandal LevelReview
Meet ngs and consolidate the month wise performance  of  students  and should submit the report to the DEOs & POs SSA for conduct of the District Level Review Meetings.

10.The above guidelines should be followed scrupulously without any deviation     for affective monitoring of the quality improvement programmes like TaRL, ALA and Gnanadhara etc. All efforts should  be made to achieve the expected learning outcomes by all  the students and also to perform better
in ensuing National Achievement Surveys/ National LevelCompetitions.

     Please take  immediate act on to implement the above  modified guideines      and report compliance of the same, along with lis t of duster wise primary schoo s allotted to various specific district /Mandal officers.

Encl: 1) Roles and Responsibilities


Commissioner of School Educationcation
Andhra Pradesh :: Amaravathi




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PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMMISSIONER OF SCHOOL EDUCATION,
A.P., AMARAVATHI .
Present:K.Sandhya Rani, I.Po.S.,


Rc.No:255/B/SCERT/ 2018 Dated : 04-12-2018








Sub:School  Educaton - SCERT - Implementation of  (TaRL) Programme Pratham Educational Foudation(NGO) - In 13 Districts - Ananthapuramu, Kurnool and  Vizianagaram  during 2018-19  ·Certain  modified  Guideines Issued -Regarding.

Ref:
 l. Progs.Rc.No.255 /B/ SCERT/ 2018, Dated: 25.07.2018 of the Commissioner of School Educat on, AP, Amaravathi.
2.Discussions during TaRL review meetings with State Academic Monitoring (SAMO) team of SPD,SSA, Pratham,SCERT, etc.
    The attention of the District Educational Officers and the District  Project Officers of SSA of Ananthapuramu, Kurnool and Vizianagaram Districts is invited to the subject cited. As you are aware the Teaching at Right Level (TaRL) Programme is being implemented for Classes 3rd to 5th since last 2 to 3 years. The services of the Cluster Academic Coordinators (CACs) are engaged for monitoring  and mentoring the implementation of the TaRL programme for  the past  3  years  in respect of Ananthapuramu District and for the Past 2 years in respect of  Kurnool and Vizianagaram Districts.

    From the experience so far,it is reported that the schools from where the CACs have been deputed for TaRL monitoring, are badly affected in terms of falling enrolment, fall in proper instructional days, lower learning levels of the students, etc. No substtute Academic Instructors were provided in such schools,in majority of the cases. This has adversely affected the overall school performance.

There are also complaints from the public and the parents that some of the
CACs are neither attending to their own schools nor properly delivering on their expected roles under TaRL program, Some complaints informed that CACs are in fact found attending to their personal works!

    Further, we are aware that  the TaRL program  is already under
implementat on for over 2-3 years in these 3 districts. There have been several rounds of training to the CACs and to the teachers and constant mentoring was ensured till date. It is expected that the tools and teaching practices that are introduced as part of TaRL program should have been mainstreamed and adapted by all the teachers concerned, by now.

    In the above context, and considering the previous years experience it is
decided to strengthen the existing Monitoring system at various levels through the ME.Os and District Officers to ach eve the expected teaming outcomes and proper implementation of the TaRL programme.

    The following modified guidelines for effect ve imp ementat on of TaRL programme are issued, These may be followed henceforth and the program implementation jointly reviewed by the DEO and PO SSA of the concerned District. Minutes of the District  Review meetings along with action points  and timelines for follow up may be submitted to this office and SPD, SSA office.
Modified Guidelines for implementation of TaRL Programme:

1.Implement the Teaching at Right Level (TaRL) Programme as per schedule communicated  earlier.

2. Relieve the existing CACs immediately, with instruct ons to join in their respective schools and implement the TaRL tools and practices effectively
in those schools.

3. The services of existing CACs may be limited to the Review meetings and Trainings as a Resource Persons to guide the teachers.

4. Issue instructions to the Head Masters (HMs) of Primary and Upper Primary Schools  of  Govt,  Mandal Parishad  and  Aided  Management  Schools to
imp ement the TaRL Programme daily for  two hours (One hour each for Language and Mathematics)in the Afternoon Session for 3rd to 5th Classes.

5. Make the education officers avai ablein the district as Special Officers for a cluster of Primary Schools where TaRL program is being imp emented for direct monitoring. Such officers may be Deputy Educational Officers, Principal DlET, AMOs and other Sectoral Officers, MEOs, Complex HMs, Ass stant Sectoral Officers, District Assessment Cell Members, Divisional LevelMonitoring Teams (DLMTs), Cluster Resource Persons(CRPs) and Mandal LevelData Entry Operators/MIS Coordinators.

6. While the education officers listed at serial 5 above may perform the specific Roles and Responsibil t es identified/discussed against their designation in the appended document, they individualy may be made responsible for the performance of a cluster of the Primary Schoo s on all aspects of the TaRL program.

7. DEOs and POs, SSA shou d jointly conduct review meetings with Dy.EOs, Princ pal DIET, AMO and Other Sectoral Officers, MEOs, Assistant Sectoral Officers and District Assessment Cell Members on 9th of every Month (or next working day. it is  a holiday).  Minutes of  the Meet ng and review  report should be submitted to CSE Ii SPD, SSA, highlighting the achievement and
issues for actionwith timelines by the 11th of every month.

8. Instruct the MEOs to conduct review meet ng with HMs of Primary and UP Schools and CRPs on 5th of every month to review the Qual ty improvement Programmes like TaRL, ALA and Gnanadhara etc. and submit report to the DEO and PO SSA by 7th of every month.

9. The AN.Os of SSA has to play vitalrole for conduct of Mandal LevelReview
Meet ngs and consolidate the month wise performance  of  students  and should submit the report to the DEOs & POs SSA for conduct of the District Level Review Meetings.

10.The above guidelines should be followed scrupulously without any deviation     for affective monitoring of the quality improvement programmes like TaRL, ALA and Gnanadhara etc. All efforts should  be made to achieve the expected learning outcomes by all  the students and also to perform better
in ensuing National Achievement Surveys/ National LevelCompetitions.

     Please take  immediate act on to implement the above  modified guideines      and report compliance of the same, along with lis t of duster wise primary schoo s allotted to various specific district /Mandal officers.

Encl: 1) Roles and Responsibilities


Commissioner of School Educationcation
Andhra Pradesh :: Amaravathi




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Extension of RPS-2015 to (04) Adhoc Teachers working in A.P. Residential Educational Institutions Society. G.O.MS.No. 85, Dated: 11-12-2018



GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH 
ABSTRACT  


School Education Department – Extension of RPS-2015 to (04) Adhoc Teachers working in A.P. Residential Educational Institutions Society – Orders – Issued.


SCHOOL EDUCATION (TRG) DEPARTMENT  
                               G.O.MS.No. 85                   Dated: 11-12-2018                                   







Read the following:   
1. From the Secretary, APREI Society, Guntur, Lr.Rc.No.7214/A1-1/2015-16,  dated 02.04.2018.
2. Govt. Letter No.1060122/TRG/A1/2018, dated 21.05.2018.
3. From the Secretary, APREI Society, Guntur, Lr.Rc.No.7214/A1-1/2015-18,  dated 05.10.2018.
4. G.O.Ms.No.142, Finance (HR.1-Plg &Policy) Department,  dated 27.08.2018.

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ORDER: 
    In the circumstances stated by the Secretary, APREI Society in his letters 1st and 3rd read above and keeping in view of the orders issued vide G.O.Ms.No.142, Finance (HR.1) Department, dated 27.08.2018, after careful examination, Government hereby accord permission to the Secretary, APREI Society, Guntur, for extension of RPS-2015  to the (4) Adhoc teachers working in APREI Society, as per orders issued in the G.O. 4th read above, and who were appointed prior to 25.11.1993 on consolidated pay basis and continuing till to date.

2.  The Secretary, APREI Society, Guntur shall take necessary action accordingly.

3.  This order issues with the concurrence of the Finance (FMU-WEL-II) Department vide their U.O.No.FIN01-FMUOPC(WEL2)/6/2018, dated 22-11-2018.

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

ADITYANATH DAS, IAS 
SPECIAL CHIEF SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT  





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GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH 
ABSTRACT  


School Education Department – Extension of RPS-2015 to (04) Adhoc Teachers working in A.P. Residential Educational Institutions Society – Orders – Issued.


SCHOOL EDUCATION (TRG) DEPARTMENT  
                               G.O.MS.No. 85                   Dated: 11-12-2018                                   







Read the following:   
1. From the Secretary, APREI Society, Guntur, Lr.Rc.No.7214/A1-1/2015-16,  dated 02.04.2018.
2. Govt. Letter No.1060122/TRG/A1/2018, dated 21.05.2018.
3. From the Secretary, APREI Society, Guntur, Lr.Rc.No.7214/A1-1/2015-18,  dated 05.10.2018.
4. G.O.Ms.No.142, Finance (HR.1-Plg &Policy) Department,  dated 27.08.2018.

* * * 


ORDER: 
    In the circumstances stated by the Secretary, APREI Society in his letters 1st and 3rd read above and keeping in view of the orders issued vide G.O.Ms.No.142, Finance (HR.1) Department, dated 27.08.2018, after careful examination, Government hereby accord permission to the Secretary, APREI Society, Guntur, for extension of RPS-2015  to the (4) Adhoc teachers working in APREI Society, as per orders issued in the G.O. 4th read above, and who were appointed prior to 25.11.1993 on consolidated pay basis and continuing till to date.

2.  The Secretary, APREI Society, Guntur shall take necessary action accordingly.

3.  This order issues with the concurrence of the Finance (FMU-WEL-II) Department vide their U.O.No.FIN01-FMUOPC(WEL2)/6/2018, dated 22-11-2018.

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

ADITYANATH DAS, IAS 
SPECIAL CHIEF SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT  





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conduct of video conference with all RJDSEs / DEOs /DYEOs/ MEOs/HMs on 12.12.2018. Rc.No.Spl/VC/IT-Cell/2018, Dated: 11-12-2018



PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMMISSIONER OF SCHOOL EDUCATON: 
ANDHRA PRADESH :: AMARAVATHI

Present: K. Sandhya Rani, .Po.S.,


Rc.No.Spl/VC/IT-Cell/2018 Date:   11-12-2018









Sub :- School Education - conduct of video conference with all RJDSEs / DEOs /DYEOs/ MEOs/HMs on 12.12.2018 - Orders - ssued.

Ref :- Instructions of the Commissioner of School Education, A. P.

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     The attention of the Regional Joint Directors of School Education and District Educational Officers in the state is invited to the reference read above, wherein the Commissioner of School Education, A.P. has desired to hold a video conference on 12-12-20 18 from 09.00 AM to 11.00 AM.

The Agenda for the VC is mentioned here under:

1. Digital Class Room s- Status
2. Virtual Class Rooms / studios - Status
3. Implementation of e-Hazar
4. UDISE 2018-19
5.  Mid Day Meal

     Further, the Regional Joint Directors of School Education and District Educational Officers in the state are instructed to issue necessary instructions to all the Deputy Educational Officers/ Manda! Educational Officers and Headmasters of High Schools to attend the said video conference at their respective Manda! Level.

     Therefore, the Regional Joint Directors of School Education and District Educational Officers in the state are instructed to prepare notes accordingly in enclosed template and attend the video conference without fail.



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PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMMISSIONER OF SCHOOL EDUCATON: 
ANDHRA PRADESH :: AMARAVATHI

Present: K. Sandhya Rani, .Po.S.,


Rc.No.Spl/VC/IT-Cell/2018 Date:   11-12-2018









Sub :- School Education - conduct of video conference with all RJDSEs / DEOs /DYEOs/ MEOs/HMs on 12.12.2018 - Orders - ssued.

Ref :- Instructions of the Commissioner of School Education, A. P.

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     The attention of the Regional Joint Directors of School Education and District Educational Officers in the state is invited to the reference read above, wherein the Commissioner of School Education, A.P. has desired to hold a video conference on 12-12-20 18 from 09.00 AM to 11.00 AM.

The Agenda for the VC is mentioned here under:

1. Digital Class Room s- Status
2. Virtual Class Rooms / studios - Status
3. Implementation of e-Hazar
4. UDISE 2018-19
5.  Mid Day Meal

     Further, the Regional Joint Directors of School Education and District Educational Officers in the state are instructed to issue necessary instructions to all the Deputy Educational Officers/ Manda! Educational Officers and Headmasters of High Schools to attend the said video conference at their respective Manda! Level.

     Therefore, the Regional Joint Directors of School Education and District Educational Officers in the state are instructed to prepare notes accordingly in enclosed template and attend the video conference without fail.



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Saturday, 8 December 2018

ఏ నెలలో ఆర్జిత సెలవు ను నగదుగా మార్చుకోవాలి ?



Cir.Memo.No.14781, Dated:22-6-2011.  ప్రకారం 12 నెలల వ్యవధిలో 15 రోజులు, 24 నెలల కాల వ్యవధి లో 30 రోజులు ఏ నెలలో నైనా ఆర్జిత సెలవు ను నగదుగా మార్చుకోవచ్చు.



GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH        
FINANCE (FR.I) DEPARTMENT 


Cir.Memo.No.14781-C/278/FR.I/2011                     Dated:22-6-2011. 








Sub: E.L. – Surrender of Earned Leave - Encashment during the financial year 2011-2012 onwards  – Instructions – Issued.

Ref:
1.Cir. Memo. No. 10472/C199/FR.I/2009, dt. 29-4-2009, Finance (FR.I) Dept.         
2. Cir.Memo.No.15744-C/324/FR.I/2010,  dt.15-6-2010  Finance (FR,I) Dept. 


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    In the reference 1st cited, instructions have been issued dispensing with the fixing of calendar for surrender  leave/encashment of E.L. It is also ordered therein that  the instructions contained in  Cir. Memo. No. 50798/1063/FR.I/79-1, Fin. (FR.I) Dept.,  dt. 22-11-1979  shall also be followed during the financial year 2010-2011 i.e., in the case of employees who surrendered E.L. as on 1st  January or 1st  July in any year, the number of days of E.L. so surrendered should, in the first instance, be deducted from the E.L. account and thereafter the advance credit of EL as per eligibility due for that half year be added as on 1st  January/1st  July of the respective year.

    In para 4 of the Cir.  Memo.  1st cited, . it is ordered that :-

     a) The calendar for surrender of Earned Leave is dispensed with w.e.f. 1-4-2009 and employees are  permitted to  surrender earned leave at any time not exceeding 15/30 days within a block period of one/two financial years w.e.f. 1-4-2009.  All other conditions  prevailing before  1-4-1989 and other amendments issued on the subject till now will hold good.

     b) Government permit the employees who have a balance of more than 285 days of E.L. as on 30th  June, 2009 to surrender E.L. without waiting for completion of 12 months.
    The above instructions shall also  continue from  the financial year 2011-2012 onwards for encashment of 15 days of E.L. by Government employees provided if there is 12 months gap for one surrender to another surrender in one financial year, and 30 days if there is gap of 24 months for two financial years.  The gap of 12/24 months shall be worked out from  the 1st day of leave surrendered last time to  the  1st  day of leave proposed for surrender now.

    In respect of the employees who are having 286  days and above of E.L. to their credit as  on 30th  June of  every  year, they are permitted to surrender without following the gap of 12 months.

    The above orders will be applicable for every year i.e., no orders need be issued every year  for encashment of  earned leave,  until further orders changing the above policy are issued by the Government.

    The Departments  of Secretariat/Heads of departments are requested to keep these instructions  in view while sanctioning the surrender of earned leave for purpose of encashment from  the Financial Year 2011-2012 onwards.

    All the Treasury Officers/State audit authorities, Pay and Accounts Office, Hyderabad and Deputy Financial Advisor, Projects/Directors of Accounts of Major Projects are requested to follow these instructions scrupulously  while dealing with the bills  for encashment of earned leave from the Financial Year 2011-2012 onwards.

    These instructions are available in  the internet and can be accessed at the address http;//aponline.gov.in.                                                               



RANJEEV R. ACHARYA          
PRINCIPAL SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT (FP) 




CLICK HERE FOR Cir.Memo.No.14781, Dated:22-6-2011.


Cir.Memo.No.14781, Dated:22-6-2011.  ప్రకారం 12 నెలల వ్యవధిలో 15 రోజులు, 24 నెలల కాల వ్యవధి లో 30 రోజులు ఏ నెలలో నైనా ఆర్జిత సెలవు ను నగదుగా మార్చుకోవచ్చు.



GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH        
FINANCE (FR.I) DEPARTMENT 


Cir.Memo.No.14781-C/278/FR.I/2011                     Dated:22-6-2011. 








Sub: E.L. – Surrender of Earned Leave - Encashment during the financial year 2011-2012 onwards  – Instructions – Issued.

Ref:
1.Cir. Memo. No. 10472/C199/FR.I/2009, dt. 29-4-2009, Finance (FR.I) Dept.         
2. Cir.Memo.No.15744-C/324/FR.I/2010,  dt.15-6-2010  Finance (FR,I) Dept. 


    *** 

    In the reference 1st cited, instructions have been issued dispensing with the fixing of calendar for surrender  leave/encashment of E.L. It is also ordered therein that  the instructions contained in  Cir. Memo. No. 50798/1063/FR.I/79-1, Fin. (FR.I) Dept.,  dt. 22-11-1979  shall also be followed during the financial year 2010-2011 i.e., in the case of employees who surrendered E.L. as on 1st  January or 1st  July in any year, the number of days of E.L. so surrendered should, in the first instance, be deducted from the E.L. account and thereafter the advance credit of EL as per eligibility due for that half year be added as on 1st  January/1st  July of the respective year.

    In para 4 of the Cir.  Memo.  1st cited, . it is ordered that :-

     a) The calendar for surrender of Earned Leave is dispensed with w.e.f. 1-4-2009 and employees are  permitted to  surrender earned leave at any time not exceeding 15/30 days within a block period of one/two financial years w.e.f. 1-4-2009.  All other conditions  prevailing before  1-4-1989 and other amendments issued on the subject till now will hold good.

     b) Government permit the employees who have a balance of more than 285 days of E.L. as on 30th  June, 2009 to surrender E.L. without waiting for completion of 12 months.
    The above instructions shall also  continue from  the financial year 2011-2012 onwards for encashment of 15 days of E.L. by Government employees provided if there is 12 months gap for one surrender to another surrender in one financial year, and 30 days if there is gap of 24 months for two financial years.  The gap of 12/24 months shall be worked out from  the 1st day of leave surrendered last time to  the  1st  day of leave proposed for surrender now.

    In respect of the employees who are having 286  days and above of E.L. to their credit as  on 30th  June of  every  year, they are permitted to surrender without following the gap of 12 months.

    The above orders will be applicable for every year i.e., no orders need be issued every year  for encashment of  earned leave,  until further orders changing the above policy are issued by the Government.

    The Departments  of Secretariat/Heads of departments are requested to keep these instructions  in view while sanctioning the surrender of earned leave for purpose of encashment from  the Financial Year 2011-2012 onwards.

    All the Treasury Officers/State audit authorities, Pay and Accounts Office, Hyderabad and Deputy Financial Advisor, Projects/Directors of Accounts of Major Projects are requested to follow these instructions scrupulously  while dealing with the bills  for encashment of earned leave from the Financial Year 2011-2012 onwards.

    These instructions are available in  the internet and can be accessed at the address http;//aponline.gov.in.                                                               



RANJEEV R. ACHARYA          
PRINCIPAL SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT (FP) 




CLICK HERE FOR Cir.Memo.No.14781, Dated:22-6-2011.

Friday, 7 December 2018

New PAN Card rules and Details - 5th Dec 2018



New PAN Card rules and Details 

#PAN Card Rules   05  Dec  2018





The  Income  Tax  Department  has  introduced  some  important  amendments  to  the Permanent  Account  Number  (PAN)  card  rules  effective  from  5  December  2018.

The  changes  have  been  brought  about  to  check  tax  evasion  and  offer  greater  flexibility to  new PAN  applicants  as  well.

The  Central  Board  of  Direct  Taxes  (CBDT),  on  19  November,  notified  the  amendments to  Income  Tax  Rules,  1962.



Here's what has changed. 

#1:  Furnishing  father's  name  in  application  form  not  mandatory  anymore 

Until  now,  those  applying  for  PAN  were  required  to  furnish  their  father's  name  in  the application  form  which  is  also  printed  on  the  PAN  card.

However,  as  per  a  new  rule,  applicants  now  have  a  choice  to  choose  whether  they  want the  name  of  their  father  or  mother  on  the  card.

If  the  applicant's  mother  is  a  single  parent,  furnishing  father's  name  isn't  mandatory.


#2:  Entities  doing  business  over  Rs.  2.5  lakh  must  have  PAN 

According  to  another  amendment,  it  is  now  mandatory  for  all  entities,  other  than individuals,  entering  financial  transactions  worth  Rs.  2.5  lakh  and  above  in  any  given financial  will  have  to  get  a  PAN  card  on  or  before  May  31  of  the  next  financial  year.

Such  entities  include  Hindu  Undivided  Families  (HUF),  firms,  charitable  trusts, associations  of  persons,  body  of  individuals,  local  authorities,  and  companies.

Details:  PAN  mandatory  for  those  acting  on  behalf  of  business  entities 

As  per  the  second  amendment,  any  person  acting  on  behalf  of  the  aforementioned entities  doing  business  worth  Rs.  2.5  lakh  or  more  must  also  get  a  PAN  card  on  or before  May  31  of  the  next  financial  year.

They  may  include  managing  directors,  directors,  partners,  trustees,  authors,  founders, kartas,  chief  executive  officers,  principal  officers,  or  office  bearer  of  the  person.

#3:  Another  new  rule  extends  tax  officials'  authorization

Until  today,  tax  authorities  were  allowed  to  specify  formats  and  verification  standards  for the  submitted  documents  and  Aadhaar  information.

They  were  also  responsible  for  ensuring  secure  capture/transmission  of  data, implementing  appropriate  security,  and  archiving  and  retrieving  policies  related  to  the furnishing  of  PAN  application  forms.

However,  a  new rule  has  now  extended  their  authorization  and  responsibilities  to  the issuance  of  Permanent  Account  Numbers  too.





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New PAN Card rules and Details 

#PAN Card Rules   05  Dec  2018





The  Income  Tax  Department  has  introduced  some  important  amendments  to  the Permanent  Account  Number  (PAN)  card  rules  effective  from  5  December  2018.

The  changes  have  been  brought  about  to  check  tax  evasion  and  offer  greater  flexibility to  new PAN  applicants  as  well.

The  Central  Board  of  Direct  Taxes  (CBDT),  on  19  November,  notified  the  amendments to  Income  Tax  Rules,  1962.



Here's what has changed. 

#1:  Furnishing  father's  name  in  application  form  not  mandatory  anymore 

Until  now,  those  applying  for  PAN  were  required  to  furnish  their  father's  name  in  the application  form  which  is  also  printed  on  the  PAN  card.

However,  as  per  a  new  rule,  applicants  now  have  a  choice  to  choose  whether  they  want the  name  of  their  father  or  mother  on  the  card.

If  the  applicant's  mother  is  a  single  parent,  furnishing  father's  name  isn't  mandatory.


#2:  Entities  doing  business  over  Rs.  2.5  lakh  must  have  PAN 

According  to  another  amendment,  it  is  now  mandatory  for  all  entities,  other  than individuals,  entering  financial  transactions  worth  Rs.  2.5  lakh  and  above  in  any  given financial  will  have  to  get  a  PAN  card  on  or  before  May  31  of  the  next  financial  year.

Such  entities  include  Hindu  Undivided  Families  (HUF),  firms,  charitable  trusts, associations  of  persons,  body  of  individuals,  local  authorities,  and  companies.

Details:  PAN  mandatory  for  those  acting  on  behalf  of  business  entities 

As  per  the  second  amendment,  any  person  acting  on  behalf  of  the  aforementioned entities  doing  business  worth  Rs.  2.5  lakh  or  more  must  also  get  a  PAN  card  on  or before  May  31  of  the  next  financial  year.

They  may  include  managing  directors,  directors,  partners,  trustees,  authors,  founders, kartas,  chief  executive  officers,  principal  officers,  or  office  bearer  of  the  person.

#3:  Another  new  rule  extends  tax  officials'  authorization

Until  today,  tax  authorities  were  allowed  to  specify  formats  and  verification  standards  for the  submitted  documents  and  Aadhaar  information.

They  were  also  responsible  for  ensuring  secure  capture/transmission  of  data, implementing  appropriate  security,  and  archiving  and  retrieving  policies  related  to  the furnishing  of  PAN  application  forms.

However,  a  new rule  has  now  extended  their  authorization  and  responsibilities  to  the issuance  of  Permanent  Account  Numbers  too.





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