AP G.O.MS.No. 97 Dated:07.10.2015 Preparation of Plans in the context of 14th Finance Commission Grants - Guidelines for preparation of annual and perspective plans in Gram Panchayats

AP G.O.MS.No. 97 Dated:07.10.2015 Preparation of Plans in the context of 14th Finance Commission Grants - Guidelines for preparation of annual and perspective plans in Gram Panchayats

Gram Panchayat Development Plan - Preparation of Plans in the context of 14th Finance Commission Grants - Guidelines for preparation of annual and perspective plans in Gram Panchayats – Orders -Issued. 

PANCHAYAT RAJ & RURAL DEVELOPMENT (MDL.I) DEPARTMENT 

G.O.MS.No. 97 Dated:07.10.2015 

 Read the following 


  1. 1. G.O.Ms.No.791, (General/Legislature Coordination) Dept., dt.07.11.2013 
  2. 2. G.O.Ms.No.10, PR&RD(MDL.I) Dept., dt.18.1.2014. 
  3. 3. From the Secretary to Government of India, Ministry of PR, Krishi Bhawan, New Delhi, D.O.Lr.No.11015/123/ 2015-PB, dt.28.05.2015. 


 ORDER: 

1.Article 243-G of the Constitution requires all the Gram Panchayats to prepare and implement plans for achieving economic development and social justice. The 14th Finance Commission indicated an award allocation of 8654 Crores to the Gram Panchayats in the state of Andhra Pradesh in the span of five years from 2015-16. Systematic efforts have been initiated to maximize Own Source of Revenue (OSR) by the Gram Panchayats. 

2. Further, the 4th Ordinary Elections to Gram Panchayats were held in July-2013 and the elected Sarpanchas and Ward Members are in place in all Gram Panchayats. The five years term of the Gram Panchayats will expire in July – 2018. Foundation Training to all newly elected Sarpanchas and Ward Members was completed in all Districts in the state. Government felt that it desirable to encourage Gram Panchayats, to prepare Decentralized Development Plans (DDPs) in each Gram Panchayat. 

There are various welfare and development programmes initiated by the government, which have varying degrees of goal achievement; at the same time a lot remains to be achieved. A general observation is that these programmes need to have a holistic view of the Gram Panchayat instead of being focused on the programme and departmental objectives only. 

The issue of interdepartmental convergence, participation and governance of the programme are also often cited as a reason for under-achievement of programme outcomes. The government is of the opinion that the outcomes of the ongoing programmes can be optimized through the participation and empowerment of the stakeholders and local leadership. 

At the same time, when the World is moving ahead from the 8 Millennium Development Goals paradigm to 17 Sustainable Development Goals, we must also move in sync with the global transformation initiative. Therefore the Government of Andhra Pradesh launched a programme “Smart village – Smart ward” which focuses on improved resource-use efficiency, empowered local selfgovernance, access to assured basic amenities and responsible individual and community behaviour to build a vibrant and happy society. It is envisaged that all Gram Panchayats in the state of Andhra Pradesh successfully prepare and implement their annual action plans on all the subjects entrusted /devolved to them by 2018. 

All the Gram Panchayats are encouraged to indicate their vision statements duly considering the local situations. Panchayat plans can be prepared based on the levels of development seen in different categories of Panchayats in like PESA GPs, urbanized GPs, GPs with vulnerable sections and depending on the size of the GPs etc. 

3. Government after careful consideration of the proposal and in supersession of the guidelines issued earlier on this subject, hereby issue the following guidelines for preparation of GP Development Plans. 2 I. Resource Envelope A. Financial Resource The Financial resource envelope adopted by GPs while preparing annual action plan should include the following. In respect of programme funds, the District Collectors and District Panchayat Officers should communicate the GP-wise resource base well in advance for preparation of plan at GP level. 


  1. a) Own Source of Revenue (Taxes and Non-Taxes Covering 40 sources)as updated in RAPR module in the website www.epmis.ap.nic.in 
  2. b) Finance Commission Grants (both 14th FC and SFC grants) 
  3. c) MGNREGS (To the extent of fund dovetailed to Internal Road network, Sanitation including Solid Waste Management and Drinking Water) 
  4. d) Swatch Bharat Mission Grant for Solid Waste Management in 659 Selected Gram Panchayats. 
  5. e) Incentive Grants sanctioned for unanimously elected 1835 GPs at the rate of Rs.7.00 Lakhs each. 
  6. f) Any other source to the Gram Panchayat B . Human Resource 


a) Instructions have already been given to District Panchayat Officers for rationalizing the availability of Panchayat Secretaries and other staff uniformly across all mandals and gram Panchayats in the District. 
b) Steps shall be taken to position adequate number of Panchayat Secretaries in all cluster GPs even on deputation basis from other departments. However, necessary orders will be issued to all District Collectors in this regard. 
c) The services of Part-time and full employees other line departments working on regular or out sourcing basis may also be utilized for preparation of plans II. Environment creation Building proper positive environment is very essential for preparation of implementation of the GP Plan. Plan preparation at GP level can be taken up in a campaign mode with continuous training of all stake holders training. 

The State Panchayat Resource Centre and APSIRD will provide necessary training in this regard. Cost of such trainings may be met from funds released under RGPSA and other line department’s programmes. The following measures shall be taken for building environment; 


  1. • GP plan preparation team headed by Panchayat Secretary and Mandal Facilitation Team headed by MPDO shall be constituted; 
  2. • Gram Sabhas shall be actively involved since Peoples participation through Gram Sabha is a critical pre requisite for preparation and implementation of plans effectively. 
  3. • Functional committees of Gram Panchayats and Community Based Organizations constituted for each sector shall be adequately and periodically trained and involved in this process; 
  4. • IEC activities shall be taken up to facilitate and promote GP plan preparation and implementation. The illustrative list is Slides in Cinema halls , Cable TVs, SMS alerts, Pamphlets, Posters, Local folk media, Print and electronic media, Beat of tom tom, Theatre Arts, Folk Arts and Media Cell will be utilized, Social Media, Stickers, etc., 


 III. Situation Analysis Analyzing the existing situation in various sectors is essential for preparation of implementable plan. Hence, situation analysis plan shall be taken up. There are core functions to be discharged by every Gram Panchayat as per the APPR Act 1994. Besides this, Government have devolved certain functions to the PRIs. Orders have already been issued constituting District Level Committee headed by the District Collector to ensure that devolved functions are discharged by the PRIs with active cooperation of respective line departments. 

Necessary measures shall be taken to obtain required data for preparation plan by taking following steps 


  • a) Door to Door Survey to the extent possible. 
  • b) Transact walk covering all habitations 
  • c) Secondary data available with census, Socio Economic Survey and other relevant information available with line department 
  • d) Focused group discussions with stake holder committees and validating the data 
  • e) Targets/Bench marks adopted by the state Government in respective sectors of basic services as well as line department services. 


AP GO.NO.960 Panchayat Secretaries – Filling up of vacancies of Gr.I,II, & III – Relaxation of the minimum service of(1) year as a special case to consider promotions / appointment – Orders

AP GO.NO.960  Panchayat Secretaries – Filling up of vacancies of Gr.I,II, & III – Relaxation of  the minimum service of(1) year as a special case to consider promotions / appointment – Orders

Establishment - Panchayat Secretaries – Filling up of vacancies of Gr.I,II, & III – Relaxation of  the minimum service of(1) year as a special case to consider promotions / appointment – Orders -  Issued.

PANCHAYAT RAJ & RURAL DEVELOPMENT (MDL.I) DEPARTMENT.

G.O.RT.No.960 Dated:07.10.2015                                                                                      
Read the following:-


  1. 1. G.O.Ms.No.81, PR &RD(Mdl.I) Dept., dt.20.02.2010.
  2. 2. G.O.Ms.No.84, PR &RD(Mdl.I) Dept., dt.24.02.2010.
  3. 3. G.O.Rt.No.579, PR&RD(Mdl.I)Dept., 17.06.2015.
  4. 4. From, Commissioner, PR & RD,Lr.No.10387/CPR&RD/ B1/2013, dated. 08.09.2015 & 26.09.2015.


ORDER:

1.In the G.O. 3rd read above, the Commissioner, Panchayat Raj & Rural Development was permitted to consider minimum service of 1 year as a special case for promotions/appointment by Transfer to the posts of Panchayat Secretary Gr.I, II and III in the panel year      2014-2015.

2.In the reference 4th read above, the Commissioner, Panchayat Raj & Rural Development has stated that due to adhoc promotions given to the post of E.O. (PR&RD), the resultant vacancies of Panchayat Secretaries Gr.I, II & III are to be filled up in the present panel year.  He has requested the Government to accord permission to fill up these adhoc vacancies by relaxing the minimum service of 3 years as 1 year for the panel year 2015-2016 also.

3.Government after careful examination of the proposal of the Commissioner, Panchayat Raj & Rural Development, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad hereby relax minimum service of 3 years under rule 7 of Andhra Pradesh Panchayat Raj Subordinate Service Rules 2010 issued in G.O. 3rd read above and minimum service of (1) year be considered as a special case to consider promotions/appointment by Transfer on regular/adhoc basis to the resultant vacancies of Panchayat Secretary Gr.I, II & III in the panel year 2015-2016, as a special case.

4.The Commissioner, Panchayat Raj & Rural Development, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad shall take necessary further action in the matter.

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


           DR.K.S.JAWAHAR REDDY

PRINCIPAL SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT (PR)

To

The Commissioner, Panchayat Raj & Rural Development, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad.
All the District Collectors (Panchayat Wing) in the State.

TS RMSA- Telangana – implementation of Kala Utsav program as per the orders of the GoI to promote arts in education by nurturing and showcasing the artistic talent of school students at the Secondary stage in the country

TS RMSA- Telangana – implementation of Kala Utsav program as per the
orders of the GoI to promote arts in education by nurturing and
showcasing the artistic talent of school students at the Secondary stage in
the country

TS Rc.No. Kalautsav/RMSA/TS/2015. Dated: 30-09-2015.

Sub:- RMSA- Telangana – implementation of Kala Utsav program as per the
orders of the GoI to promote arts in education by nurturing and
showcasing the artistic talent of school students at the Secondary stage in
the country – Reg.

Ref:- 

1. D.O.letter.No.2-5/2015-EE-3, dated.23-9-2015 of Smt.Rina Roy,
Additional Secretary to GoI, MHRD, New Delhi along with guidelines.
2. U.O.Note.No.Spl/149/A/TE/TSCERT/2015, dated.1-9-2015 of the
Director, TSSCERT, Hyderabad.

The attention of all the District Educational Officers in the state invited to the
references read above and informed that, the GoI, MHRD, New Delhi has intimated
that the GoI has launched the program called “Kala Utsav” the aim of the program is to
promote arts in education by nurturing and showcasing the artistic talent of school
students at the Secondary stage in the country and the GoI had also informed that Kala
Utsav would be celebrated each year demonstrating every State’s culture and tradition
which would be theme based as follows and there shall be only one entry from each
area of art from each State for the Kala Utsav at National Level under following themes,
areas and eligibility :

Theme:

The theme for Kal Utsav this year will be “ Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao”.
The style/method of Kal Utsav 2015 is “living Traditions of Art”.
(Living Tradition of Art are tribal, folk and Traditional arts of different
regions).

Areas of Art for Kala Utsav:

Music
Dance
Theatre
Visual Arts (Drawing, Painting , Sculpture, Craft)

Teams for Kala Utsav:

Music 6-10 Students
Dance 8-10 students
Theatre 8-12 students
Visual Arts 4-6 students

Awards at National –Level Kala Utsav:

First Prize Rs 1,25,000/- each
Second Prize Rs 75,000/- each
Third Prize Rs 50,000/- each

Eligibility for Kala Utsav:

Teams of students from classes 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th of any Govt and Aided
schools / collages.

Visual Arts Visual Arts State shall select the best teams for participating at the
National Level and GoI had suggested as follows :

District : This is first level of Kala Utsav, where all schools can send their
entries.(If appropriate and convenient, the State may opt to have Kala Utsav at
block or tehsil level).

State : Selected teams from District level will participating at this level.

National : This is the final and culminating level of Kala Utsav where best of the
State/ UT entries will showcase their talent e- Proforma for submitting entries:

State level coordinators of Kala Utsav (Through e-mail) by 17th November 2015
Last date of Project form:

Keeping the Kala Utsav dates in view , the State / UTs must upload their best entries
for National Level Kala Utsav between 19th and 20th November 2015.

Kala Utsav at the National Level:

National Level Kala Utsav shall be organized from 8 to 10 December 2015 at
National Bal Bhavan, New Delhi .
The national level Awards function shall be held at Siri Fort Auditorium on 11th
December , 2015.

The celebration of arts (with award winning entries at National Level in the
Central Park (Connaught Place) shall be organized on 12th December , 2015 for
the General public.Special role of the State secretary (Education):

All the four entries the State / UT shall be seen and approved by the State / UT
secretary before they are submitted for the National Level.
After 20th November 2015:Provide information by 21st November 2015 regarding number of participants and teachers who will attend national level Kala Utsav from our State.

NCERT shall arrange accommodation.
Booking of tickets should be done well in advanced T.A of students and teachers/
shall be reimbursed by NCERT.

The schedule for conduct of state level/ district level programme,
Committee members, Prize money is as follows.
State Level program :Dates committee members Prize Venue

8th, 9th, 10th & 11th November, 2015
(8th to 11th Showcasing and 12th Public Presentation and prize distribution)


  • 1.Director, Jawahar Bal Bhavan in
  • Nampally, Telangana, Hyderabad.

  • 2. Director, Cultural department,
  • Telangana, Hyderabad.

  • 3.Secretary, Board of Intermediate
  • Education, Telangana,
  • Hyderabad.

  • 4.Additional Director, RMSA, O/o
  • DSE, Telangana, Hyderabad
  • (Nodal Officer).

  • 5.Member nominated by the
  • Director, S.C.E.R.T, Telangana,
  • Hyderabad.



  1. 1st prize Rs 10000/-
  2. 2nd prize Rs 5000/-
  3. 3rd prize Rs 2000/-


AP G.O.Rt.No.489 Labour Employment Training and Factories Department – Appointment of temporary IMC

AP G.O.Rt.No.489 Labour Employment Training and Factories Department – Appointment of temporary IMC


Labour Employment Training and Factories Department – Appointment of temporary IMC – Orders – Issued. 

LABOUR EMPLOYMENT TRAINING & FACTORIES (EMP) DEPARTMENT

G.O.Rt.No.489 Dated:29.09.2015.

 Read :- From the Commissioner of Employment & Training, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad, Lr.No.SPMU/660/2015, dated:21.07.2015.

ORDER:-

1.In the circumstances reported by the Commissioner of Employment & Training in the letter read above and after careful examination of the matter Government hereby appoint a temporary IMC for effective implementation of VTIP project with the following members as an intermittent measures before constitution of regular IMCs on nomination basis. 


  1. 1. Regional Deputy Director as the Chairman of the IMC. 
  2. 2. The respective Principal of the ITI as Convener 
  3. 3. The District Convener as Member. 


2. The Commissioner of Employment and Training, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad shall take necessary further action in the matter.

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

 G. ANANTHA RAMU 

 PRINCIPAL SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT 

To 

The Commissioner of Employment & Training, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad. Copy to: OSD to Minister (LET&F) PS to Principal Secretary, LET&F Department.

AP G.O.RT.No. 2581 Sanction of loans by NABARD under RIDF – Payment of interest for the quarter ending 30-09-2015

AP G.O.RT.No. 2581 Sanction of loans by NABARD under RIDF – Payment of interest for the quarter ending 30-09-2015 


RIDF – Schemes for completion of ongoing Projects and other schemes – Sanction of loans by NABARD under RIDF – Payment of interest for the quarter ending 30-09-2015 – Orders – Issued. 

FINANCE (PF-I) DEPARTMENT 

G.O.RT.No. 2581 Dated: 29-09-2015 

Read the following: 

1) Lr.No.NB.APRO.HYD / 745 /LOS-27A/2015-16 Dated :16-09 -2015.. 2) G.O.Rt.No. 2579, Finance (DM) Department, Dt. 29-09-2015.

O R D E R: 

1. In the letter 1st read above, NABARD has informed that an amount of Rs.50,22,87,003/- (Rupees fifty crores twenty two lakhs and eighty seven thousand and three only) is due from Government of Andhra Pradesh towards interest for the period from 1st July, 2015 to 30th September, 2015 to NABARD in respect of loans outstanding under RIDF. 

2. In the G.O. 2nd read above, Government have issued Re-appropriation Order for Rs.5022.88lakhs, since the Budget provision of Rs.25.00 Crs is not sufficient to meet the expenditure. After careful examination of the matter, Government hereby sanction an amount of Rs.50,22,87,003/- (Rupees fifty crores twenty two lakhs and eighty seven thousand and three only)towards payment of interest payable to NABARD for the quarter ending on 30th September, 2015 in respect of loan outstanding under RIDF in relaxation of treasury control and quarterly regulation orders. 

3. The expenditure sanctioned above shall be debited to the head of account “2049 Interest Payments (charged) - 01 Interest on Internal Debt - M.H.200 Interest on other Internal Debts – S.H. (13) Interest on Loans from the NABARD for RIDF Schemes-450 Interest” and shall be met from the provisions available in BE 2015-16 under the above Head of Account. 

4. The Assistant Secretary to Government, Finance (Claims) Department shall prefer the bill well in advance and PAO, Hyderabad shall take prompt action to credit an amount of Rs.51,46,90,411/- (Rupees fifty one crores forty six lakhs ninety thousand four hundred and eleven only) to the NABARD A/c.No.8692974, RBI, Fort Branch, Mumbai – 400001 through RTGS. 

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

 K.SUNITA 

SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT (B&IF) 

To


  1. The Chief General Manager, NABARD, Regional Officer, Hyderabad. 
  2. The Accountant General, A.P., Hyderabad. 
  3. The Pay and Accounts Officer, Hyderabad. Copy to: Finance (Claims / DCM-I) Department. SF/SCs. 

AP GO.RT.NO.2580 Sanction of loans by NABARD under RIDF Loan installments Repayment of principal during the third quarter from 1stOctober 2015to 31/12/2015

AP Schemes for completion of ongoing Projects and other Schemes – Sanction of loans by NABARD under RIDF – Loan installments – Repayment of principal during the third quarter from 1stOctober 2015to 31/12/2015

RIDF-Schemes for completion of ongoing Projects and other Schemes – Sanction of loans by NABARD under RIDF – Loan installments – Repayment of principal during the third quarter from 1stOctober 2015to 31/12/2015 – Orders – Issued. 

 FINANCE (NABARD&SP) DEPARTMENT 

G.O.RT.No. 2580 Dated:29-09-2015. 

Read the following: 

 NABARD’s Lr. No. NB.AP.R.O/775/LOS-27 (a)/2015 -16, dt.22-09-2015

ORDER: 

1. In the references read above, NABARD has informed that an amount of Rs.157,77,65,633/- is due from Government of Andhra Pradesh towards the principal loan installments under RIDF on various dates for the third quarter from 01st October, 2015 to 31stDecember, 2015 and requested to remit the same through RTGS / NEFT on the due date to enable them to credit loan account of Government of Andhra Pradesh.

2. The provision of Rs.625.00 Crs available in BE 2015-16 towards repayment of principal loan installment under RIDF under the Head of Account “6003 Internal Debt of the State Government – MH(105) Loans from National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development – SH (02) Loans from RIDF for completion of Irrigation Projects and other schemes – 560 Repayment of borrowings”.

3. The details of Principal loan installment for the third quarter are as follows: Due Date Amount 1st Oct 2015 58,12,60,186 30th Oct 2015 27,99,03,585 1st Dec 2015 27,63,31,431 31.12.2015 44,02,70,431 TOTAL 157,77,65,633/-

4. Government hereby accord sanction for an amount of Rs.15777.66 lakhstowards repayment of principal loan installment under RIDF for the above said dates under the Head of Account “6003-00-105-02-560” for the second quarter.

5. The Assistant Secretary to Government, Finance (Claims) Department shall prefer the bill sufficiently in advance and PAO, Hyderabad shall take prompt action to credit the amount on date. The above amounts may credit through RTGS to their Head Office, Current Account with RBI, Mumbai (IFS CODE: RBIS0RBIPI0).

 (BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF ANDHRA PRADESH) K.SUNITHA SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT (B&IF) 

To 


  1. The Chief General Manager, NABARD. Regional Officer, Hyderabad. 
  2. The Accountant General, A.P., Hyderabad. 
  3. The Pay and Accounts Officer, Hyderabad. 
  4. Copy to: Finance (Claims / DCM-I) Department. 

AP G.O.Rt.No.466 Budget Estimates 2015-16 2nd, 3rd and 4th quarters in respect of 12 Universities and C.P Brown Memorial Library, Kadapa

AP Universities – Budget Estimates 2015-16  2nd, 3rd and 4th quarters in respect of 12 Universities and C.P. Brown Memorial Library, Kadapa 



Universities – Budget Estimates 2015-16 – Administrative Order for distribution of an amount of Rs. 396,54,58,000 (Rupees Three Hundred Ninety Six Crores Fifty Four Lakhs Fifty Eight Thousands only) for 2nd, 3rd and 4th quarters in respect of 12 Universities and C.P. Brown Memorial Library, Kadapa – Orders - Issued.      

HIGHER EDUCATION (UE) DEPARTMENT


G.O.Rt.No.466  Dated:29-09-2014                                                                 

Read the following:-

  •                    1. G.O.Rt.No.1375, Finance (EBS.IV-SE-HE) Dept. dated 13.04.2015.
  •                     2. G.O.Rt.No.156, Higher Edn. (UE) Deptt., dated 25.04.2015.
  •                     3. G.O.Rt.No.2501, Finance (FMU-EDUCATION) Dept., dated 11.09.2015.


ORDER

  • 1.In the G.O.3rd read above, Government in Finance Department have issued Budget Release Order for an amount of Rs. 396,54,58,000 (Rupees Three Hundred Ninety Six Crores Fifty Four Lakhs Fifty Eight Thousands only) for the period from 01.07.2015 to 31.03.2016, i.e. for the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th quarters of the current financial year, as indicated in the Annexure to this order.


  • 2.Government hereby accord administrative distribution order for drawl of an amount of Rs. 396,54,58,000 (Rupees Three Hundred Ninety Six Crores Fifty Four Lakhs Fifty Eight Thousands only)  from the B.E. provision for the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th quarters of the Financial Year 2015 - 16 in respect of C.P. Brown Memorial Library, Kadapa and twelve (12) State Universities in Andhra Pradesh as per the Budget Release Order issued by the Finance Department vide G.O. 3rd read above. The details of amounts sanctioned and the Head of Account to which the amount is debitable are mentioned in the Annexure to this order. The distribution of funds shall not exceed the total amount earmarked for each quarter in the Annexure to this order.


  • 3.The Director of Treasuries and Accounts shall authorize the operation of Budget for the second quarter only immediately in respect of Heads of Accounts as indicated in the Annexure. In respect of capital Heads of Accounts, the authorization of expenditure is to be continued as per the existing pattern.   


  • 4.The claims shall be preferred as per the procedure and Bill forms as indicated in G.O.Ms. No.75 Finance (TFR) Department dt. 03.04.2014.


(BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF ANDHRA PRADESH)
       
R.P.SISODIA
                                                               
                                         SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT(I/C)

To

  1. The Registrars of Universities concerned.
  2. The Pay & Accounts Officer, Hyderabad.
  3. The Secretary, A.P. State Council of Higher Education, Hyderabad.
  4. The District Treasury Officers concerned.
  5. The Director of Treasuries and Accounts, A.P., Hyderabad.
  6. Copy to: The Finance (Expr.HE) Dept.

APG.O.RT.No.465 Re-vitalization and strengthening of Oriental Schools and Colleges existing in the State of Andhra Pradesh Action Plan for strengthening the Institutions to preserve and propagate both the languages of Sanskrit and Telugu in the State of A.P

AP G.O.RT.No. 465 Re-vitalization and strengthening of Oriental Schools and Colleges existing in the State of Andhra Pradesh - Action Plan for strengthening the Institutions to preserve and propagate both the languages of Sanskrit and Telugu in the State of A.P


Higher Education – Re-vitalization and strengthening of Oriental Schools and Colleges existing in the State of Andhra Pradesh - Action Plan for strengthening the Institutions to preserve and propagate both the languages of Sanskrit and Telugu in the State of A.P. – Constitution of Task Force Committee – Orders – Issued.

HIGHER EDUCATION (CE) DEPARTMENT 

G.O.RT.No. 465 Dated:29-09-2015 Read 

O R D E R: 


  • 1. A Seminar was conducted on 26-09-2015 at Kovvur, West Godavari District regarding re-vitalization and strengthening of Oriental Schools and Colleges that are existing in the State of Andhra Pradesh by inducting officials and non-officials. 



  • 2. After thorough examination, Government have decided to constitute a Task Force Committee under the Chairmanship of Chief Secretary to Government to work out an Action Plan for strengthening of Oriental Schools and Colleges to preserve and propagate both the languages of Sanskrit and Telugu in the State of A.P. 



  • 3. Accordingly, Government hereby order to constitute the following Task Force for sorting out the problems confronted therein:- Chief Secretary -- Chairman Principal Secretary, Finance -- Member Executive Officer, T.T.D., Tirupati -- Member Principal Secretary, Endowments -- Member Commissioner, Endowments -- Member Secretary, Higher Education -- Member Secretary, School Education -- Member Commissioner, Collegiate Education -- Member Convener Commissioner, School Education -- Member Mr. Dorbala Prabhakara Sarma -- Member Mr. Viswanatha Gopalakrishna -- Member Mr. Jannabhatla Chandrasekhar -- Member 



  • 4. TA/DA for non official members shall be paid for attending the above Task Force meetings from out of the budget allotted to the Commissioner, Collegiate Education, A.P., Hyderabad. 



  • 5. The Commissioner of Collegiate Education, A.P., Hyderabad, shall take further action in the matter accordingly. 


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

 R.P. SISODIA 

 SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT(i/c) 

To 


  1. The Officials concerned. 
  2. The Non Officials concerned. 


Copy to:- 


  1. The P.S. to Secretary to Government(HE) 
  2. The P.S. to Principal Secretart to Government(Finance) 
  3. The P.S. to Principal Secretart to Government(Endowments) 
  4. The P.S. to Secretary to Government(HE) 
  5. The P.S. to Secretary to Government(SE) 
  6. The O.S.D. to Hon’ble Minister(HRD) Sc/Sf. 

AP G.O.MS.No.122 Reorganization Act 2014 Transfer of certain Mandals to the residual State of AP from Khammam District of Telangana State Filling of vacancies

AP G.O.MS.No. 122 Reorganization Act,2014-Transfer of certain Mandals to the residual State of AP from Khammam District of Telangana State-Filling of vacancies

A.P Reorganization Act,2014-Transfer of certain Mandals to the residual State of
Andhra Pradesh from Khammam District of Telangana State-Filling of vacancies-
Permission-Orders- Issued.

FINANCE (HR-I.Plg.Policy) DEPARETMENT 

G.O.MS.No. 122 Dated:28-09-2015 

Read the following: 


  1. 1. Ref.No.A1/702/2014 dt.5-08-2015 of the Collector, E.G Dist. 
  2. 2. D.O Lr.No.2004/2014/A1 dt.6-08-2015 of Collector,W.G Dist. 


Order:-

1. In the references first and second read above,the District Collectors ofEast
Godavari District and West Godavari District have informed that as per the
orders of the Government, the employees of Telangana local area working in the
seven merged mandals transferred from Khammam district were relieved to
report before the Telangana Government resultingin a number of vacancies, in
addition to the existing vacant posts. They have submitted a list of vacancies in
the merged Mandals (which have been annexed to this order as Annexure-I
&Annexure-II) and requested to accord permission to fillup the vacant posts to
strengthen the delivery of public services in these seven mandals.

2. The Government after careful examination of the matter,hereby accord
permission to fill the vacant posts in the merged Mandals of East Godavari and
West Godavari Districts in the following manner.


  1.  (1) Vacant posts of Office Subordinates,Record Assistants,Drivers of 
  2. roadworthy vehicles,Cook,Kamati,Watchperson through outsourcing or 
  3. contract basis,duly following the standing instructions of the government in 
  4. this regard duly adhering to the principles of merit, rule of reservation, etc. 
  5.  
  6. (2) The DSC level posts are permitted to be filled by the District Selection 
  7. Committee following the existing procedure,with special attention to 
  8. reservation to local tribals, wherever applicable. 


(3) Posts that are to be filled by direct recruitment by APPSC or State level
body are permitted to be filled up by redeployment.

(4) For Posts like Agriculture Officer, Medical Officer, Paramedical staff,
Veterinary Asst. Surgeon and Veterinary Technical Staff,Deputy Surveyor of
Survey and Land Records department, Assistant Statistical Officer of Bureau
of Economics and Statistics,there is no scope of filling the posts by
promotion,the posts shall be filled up by redeployment from the other parts
of the Zone.

(5)Posts that belong to the Societies like DWMA,DRDA,SSAshall be filled by
contract/deputation/recruitment by respective society.
(6)The existing roster points are to be adopted for filling up the vacancies of
each category of posts.
3.Copy of this order is available on Internet and can be accessed at address
http:// www.ap.gov.in/goir.

[BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF ANDHRA PRADESH]

Dr.P.V.RAMESH

PRINCIPAL SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT

TS G.O.RT.No. 196 Budget Release Order for an amount of Rs.4,52,86,000 implementation of Mid-Day Meals Scheme for Classes I to VIII – Administrative Sanction

TS G.O.RT.No. 196  Budget Release Order for an amount of Rs.4,52,86,000 implementation of Mid-Day Meals Scheme for Classes I to VIII – Administrative Sanction

Budget Estimates 2015-16 - Plan - Budget Release Order for an amount of Rs.4,52,86,000/- (Rupees Four Crores, Fifty Two Lakhs and Eighty Six Thousand only) towards implementation of Mid-Day Meals Scheme for Classes I to VIII – Administrative Sanction –Orders- Issued

SCHOOL EDUCATION (Prog.II) DEPARTMENT

G.O.RT.No. 196 Dated: 29/09/2015                                                                       
Read the following:-


  1. 1.From the Director of School Education, T.S., Hyderabad Lr. Rc.No. 8/MDM/2015 Dt: 13.08.2015.
  2. 2.  G.O.Rt.No.3095,Finance (EBS.IV) Department, dated 26.09.2015


O R D E R:-

1. In pursuance of the circumstances reported by the Director of School Education, Telangana, Hyderabad in the reference 1st  read above and Budget Release Order issued by the Finance (EBS.IV) Department in the reference 2ndread above, Government hereby accord Administrative Sanction for an amount of Rs.4,52,86,000/- (Rupees Four Crores, Fifty Two Lakhs and Eighty Six Thousand only) under Plan to the Director of School Education, Telangana, Hyderabad  from the Budget provision of 2015-16 towards implementation of Mid-Day Meals Scheme for Classes I to VIII  under the Heads of Account mentioned in the reference 2nd read above (copy enclosed).

2. The Director of School Education, Telangana, Hyderabad shall take necessary action accordingly.

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

             RANJEEV R ACHARYA
                      
PRINCIPAL SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT

To


  1. The Director of School Education, Telangana, Hyderabad
  2. The Director of Treasuries and Accounts, Telangana State, Hyderabad.
  3. The Pay and Accounts Officer, Telangana State, Hyderabad.
  4. The Accountant General, Hyderabad
  5. SF/SC.