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Saturday, 19 November 2016

Telangana state Digital Classes Videos - Subject, Class wise YouTube Links ofDigital Lessons


TS Digital Classes Videos - Subject, Class wise TS Class YouTube Links of Digital Lessons, Digital Lessons MANA TV Line Stream Videos. Digital classes launched in Telangana state: Deputy Chief Minister Kadiyam Srihari and Minister for Information Technology K T Rama Rao on 16/11/2016 launched digital classes in 1,500 schools simultaneously from Mana TV premises.

TS Digital Classes,Video links,YouTube video Links
Digital Classes in TS Govt Schools: The government had promoted digital classes to offer the quality education to the children. The digital classes would help the students brush up on their knowledge through quality learning. The government was determined to offer the world-class education free of cost. The parents should take the responsibility to get better education to their children. TS Govt begun the exercise to improve the education system in the State to excel the other States. The government has launched the digital classes to provide quality education to the students. Mana TV has already launched classes for those preparing for Group-II examinations and was reaching out to every household in the State.  TS Govt has Appreciated the cable operators for playing a key role in taking Mana TV services to the people.
READ | TS Classes-MANA TV Programme Schedule
Digital technology to help students: The State Government has been making all efforts to extend best facilities to the students in the newly formed state. The T State was taking all measures to provide quality education to the students in government schools. The Telangana Government was introducing English as a medium of instruction in all government schools in a phased manner. The Govt has provided Receive only Terminals (ROTs), LCD projectors and other digital tools under the Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan and other schemes for this purpose. The TS Class programme was aimed at competing with corporate schools for the benefit of poor students studying in government schools. Over 85 per cent of the students belonging to the SCs and STs were poor and the programme would benefit them to a large extent. The quality will be on par with their private counterparts. The Government was committed to provide quality education by improving the standards of teaching, methods by adopting audio-visual classes.
In this TS Class initiative, Govt is providing digital classroom education in TS schools through online from ManaTV channel and with offline method by using projectors and audio video system. The digital classroom of telecast of various subjects through satellite network. So, the student community to utilize the opportunity of learning through new-age digital classes. This would be the best opportunity for the students to learn with newly available technology.
READ | TS Digital classes launched on 16/11/2016
Govt has urged the teachers to create confidence among public on government schools and increase the strength of students. The significant move is intended to tap the enormous potential of digital technology for improving learning outcomes in the State-run schools.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3WX5Jy5BonE Launching link.
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcwlOchFc_WJKoCSgfDcGZQ
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Today TS Classes Live Streaming Link:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4XwvAjUO0W8(Started...)
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Subject wise Class wise Digital Lessons
1. VI Class TM - Gnrl science - మొక్కలు-భాగాలు,వాటివిధులు-View Video
2. IX EM - Maths - Surface Areas & Volumes - Total Surface Area of a cuboid - View Video
3. VII TM - Social studies - 1857 తిరుగుబాటు పలితాలు- View Video
4. IX TM - Mathematics - ఉపరితల వైశాల్యలు: View Video
5. VI TM - General science - వేర్లు -రకాలు,విధులు: View Video
6. VIII TM - Chemistry - ద్రవాలు విద్యుత్ వాహకత-II: View Video
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16/11/2016 Digital Classes:
IX Class -Surface Areas and Volumes,
VI Class Mokkalu- Bhagaalu- Vaati Vidhulu,
VIII Class - Dravaal Vidyut Vaahakatha
VII Class - Bharatha Deshamlo British Samrajya Sthapana -1
Digital Classes Video Links - View Videos
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17/11/2016 Digital Classes
IX Class -Surface Areas and Volumes,
VI Class Mokkalu- Bhagaalu- Vaati Vidhulu,
VIII Class - Dravaala Vidyut Vaahakatha
VII Class - Bharatha Deshamlo British Samrajya Sthapana -II
Digital Classes Video Links - View Videos

18/11/2016 Digital Classes - View Video
8th Socail: Law and Justice a case study: View Video
7th Maths: Thribhuja Nirmanaalu
6th G.Science: Pathram- Bhaagaalu-Vidhulu-  View Video
IX Phy.Science: Paramaanuvulo Emundi - View Video

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcwlOchFc_WJKoCSgfDcGZQ(Home Page)
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19/11/2016 Digital Classes
IX Phy.Science: Paramaanuvulo Emundi
8th Socail: Law and Justice a case study
7th Class: Mokkalalo Prathyuthpatthi
6th Maths: Beejaganitha Parichayam
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcwlOchFc_WJKoCSgfDcGZQ(Home Page)
Search for Live Programmes......
Today Live link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4XwvAjUO0W8
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Indian Oil Corporation Recruitment 2016-17 Apply Online (67 Vacancies Opening)



Apply Online for 60 Junior Assistant vacancies in Indian Oil Corporation IOCL Recruitment 2016-17| IOCL Recruitment 2016-17 Apply Online (67 Vacancies Opening)|IndianOil (IOCL), Panipat Refinery & Petrochemical Complex invites applications from its passed-out Ex-Apprentices who have successfully completed their Apprenticeship training and who meet the qualification, experience and age criteria on or before 31.10.2016 to apply for selection process for consideration towards employment against regular vacancies in Grade-IV for the following posts. The last date for receiving applications is 5th December 2016.
Apply Online for 60 Junior Assistant vacancies in Indian Oil Corporation IOCL Recruitment 2016-17| IOCL Recruitment 2016-17 Apply Online (67 Vacancies Opening)|IndianOil (IOCL), Panipat Refinery & Petrochemical Complex invites applications from its passed-out Ex-Apprentices who have successfully completed their Apprenticeship training and who meet the qualification, experience and age criteria on or before 31.10.2016 to apply for selection process for consideration towards employment against regular vacancies in Grade-IV for the following posts. The last date for receiving applications is 5th December 2016/2016/11/indian-oil-corporation-iocl-recruitment-2016-17-apply-online.html























Name of the Post


Total Vacancies




Jr. Engineering Assistant - IV (Production)






Jr. Engineering Assistant - IV (Power & Utilities -Operations & Maintenance)






Jr. Engineering Assistant - IV (Mechanical-Fitter-cum-Rigger)






Jr. Quality Control Analyst - IV




Age Limit: Minimum 18 years and Maximum 26 years as on 31st October 2016. Relaxation in age by five years for SC candidates and three years for OBC candidates.


Selection Process: Written Test and Skill/ Proficiency/ Physical Test (Qualifying nature).


Application Fee: A Non-refundable fee of ₹ 100/- for General and OBC Candidates. The fee in the form of crossed Demand Draft (DD) in favour of INDIAN OIL CORPORATION LTD., payable at SBI Baholi, Panipat (Brach Code-8706).


How to Apply: Eligible ex-apprentices are required to submit neatly typed Application-cum-Bio-data Form in prescribed attached format only. The duly filled Application-cu -Biodata For along with relevant documents should reach to the office of the Chief Human Resources Manager, HR Department, Panipat Refinery & Petrochemical Complex, Panipat, Haryana-132140 on or before 05/12/2016 through Registered Post only.


Important Dates:


Last date of receiving of Application -> 5th December 2016 

Tentative date for Written Test -> 18th December 2016 

Tentative date for Skill/ Proficiency/ Physical Test -> 19th & 20th December 2016.


Help Desk: For any clarification, the candidate may contact on Phone No. 0180-2522043/ 0180-2522048 on all working days (Monday-Friday).


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IOCL Recruitment – 07 Jr. Engineering Assistant &  Dy. Manager Research/Senior Research Officer Vacancy – Last Date 16 December 2016

Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL) invites Application for the post of 07 Jr. Engineering Assistant &  Dy. Manager Research/Senior Research Officer . Apply Online/Offline before 16 December 2016.

Job Details :

Post Name : Jr. Engineering Assistant-IV
No of Vacancy : 06 Posts
Pay Scale : Rs. 11900-32000/-
Post Name : Dy. Manager Research
No of Vacancy : 01 Post
Pay Scale : Rs. 32900-58000/- & Rs.29100-54500/-
Eligible Criteria  for IOCL Recruitment :

Educational Qualification :
For Jr. Engineering Assistant : Minimum 3 Years full time, regular/sandwich Diploma in relevant Engineering OR B.Sc.(Math,Physics,Chemistry or Industrial Chemistry) from a recognized Institute/University with minimum of 50% marks in aggregate for General & OBC candidate & 45% in aggregate in case of SC/ST candidates against reserved positions.
For Dy. Manager Research/Senior Research Officer : Masters degree in Mechanical Engineering from a recognized University / Institute / Board.

Nationality : Indian

Age Limit :

For Jr. Engineering Assistant : 18 to 26 years
For Dy. Manager Research/SRO : 39/35 years
Age Relaxation :

For OBC Candidates : 03 years
For SC/ST Candidates : 05 years
For PWD Candidates : 10 years
Job Location : Uttar Pradesh

Selection Process : Selections for engagement would be based on written test and Trade Test.

Application Fee : General & OBC Candidates Have to Pay Rs.100/- for the Post of Jr. Engineering Assistant through Online. & Rs.300/- For the post of Dy. Manager Research through Demand Draft in Favour of Indian Oil Corporation Limited payable at Faridabad. SC/ST candidates are exempted from payment of application fee.

How to Apply IOCL Vacancy : Interested candidates may apply Online through the website  https://www.iocl.com from 15.11.2016 to 16.12.2016 & For the Post of Dy. Manager Research Send the Prescribed Application form along with relevant document to the Indian Oil Corporation Limited, R&D Centre, Post Box No. 720, Escorts Nagar Post Office, Faridabad-121007 on or before 16.12.2016.

Important Dates to Remember :

Starting Date for Submission of Online Application : 15.11.2016
Last Date for Submission of Online Application : 16.12.2016
Last Date for Submission of Offline Application : 16.12.2016

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Click Here to Download Application Form for  DMR/SRO

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Learn English in 30days-30 Days Certificate Course in English Language Teaching for TeachersCELT at RIESI Bangalore




30 Days CELT English Traing Programme:
30 Days Certificate Course in English Language Teaching for Secondary School Teacher/Teacher Trainers: 30 days English Language Training at Bengulur, The criteria for selection of teachers, facilities available at RIESI and the course details, Thirty day Certificate CELT for Secondary School level Teachers in AP and Telangana, Regional Institute of English, South India, RIESI Bangalore.
30 days English training, 30 Days Certificate Course,English Language Teaching for TeachersI Bangalore
SCERT AP.,Amaravati, Rc.No.92,Dt.17.11.2016: 30 days Certificate Course in English Language Teaching for High/Secondary School Teachers/Teacher trainers from 14.12.2016 to 12.01.2017 at RIESI,Bengalore- Deputation of Teachers – Orders - Issued
Read: From email Lr.No. RIE/TRG/CELT/Sec/AP,TG/KT/2016-17 dated:28-06-2016 of the Director, RIESI, Bengalore.
The attention of all the District Educational Officers in the State of Andhra Pradesh is invited to the ref. read above, wherein the Director, Regional Institute of English, South India,. Bengaluru has requested to depute 40 High/Secondary School Teachers/ Teacher trainers from different districts who are teaching English at the High School level and to depute them to RIESI Bangalore to attend the 30-day CELT Programme from 14-12-2016 to 12-01-2017 at Jnanabharathi Campus of Bangalore University, RIESI, Bengalore.
They are therefore requested to identify (3) Teachers (English), who are teaching English at High School level below the age of 50 years and not undergone the said CELT training earlier from Govt. Schools, Z.P. Schools Models Schools, etc., and furnish the list to this office on or before 30-11-2016, so as to enable this office to transmit the list of (40) participants an reserve list of (10) participants to RIESI Bangalore for above said the 30-day CELT programme to be held from 14-12-2016 to 12-01-2017 Jnanabharathi Campus of Bangalore University, RIESI, Bengaluru. The selected participants should report at RIESI, Bengaluru by 9.30 a.m. on 14-12-2016 at the venue without fail.

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SCERT Telangana, RC.No.1433,Dated: 17/08/2016: 30 Days CELT for High/ Secondary School Teachers / Teacher Trainers from 16.08.2016 to 14.09.2016 at RIESI, Bangalore - Instructions to relive the teachers - Issued - Reg. Reference: 1. Annual Plan Circular, Dated 05/05/2016 of RIESI. 2. This office Proc. Even No. 1433/A!TSCERT/2016, Dated:15/07/2016. 3. Letter No.NIL dated: 28.06.2016 of the Director, RIESI, Bangalore
Based on the proposals received from the District Educational Officers, concerned the following teachers are deputation for 30days CELT "English Language Teaching"Training Programme. The District Educational Officers in the state are requested to relive the under mentioned teachers immediately with instructions to report to the Director, Regional Institute of English South India, Bengaluru in regard to the scheduled 30 Days GELT for High School Teachers from 16.08.2016 to 14.09.2016 at RIESI, Bangalore.
CELT Programme for High/Secondary School Teachers/Teacher Trainers:


High/ Secondary School Teachers / Teacher Trainers to attend the English Language Training(CELT) Programme at RIESI, Bengulur. 30 day Certificate Course in English Language Teaching for Teachers of High/Secondary School level - Instructions to Teachers Trainees for the CELT course should report at the Regional Institute of English, South India on the morning for course no.10 without fail. They should meet the concerned officer soon after their arrival. The Regional Institute of English South India is functioning on its own premises on Jnanabharathi Campus of the Bangalore University, situated on the Bangalore, Mysore Highway, about 10 Kms, from the centre of the city i.e., City Railway Station or Bus Station (Majestic). You can take one of the buses in the following BTS city bus routes, to reach Jnanabharathi Campus.
Criteria for selecting the teachers teacher trainers:

  1. should be teaching / have taught English at the secondary / high school stage; should be below the age of 50 years

  2. is willing to undergo this training and would serve as a trainer in the member state to which the participant belongs

  3. is healthy and doesn't have acute chronic ailments that obstruct the purpose.

  4. suitable representation may be given to women's, SC / ST / OBC categories.

  5. newly recruited High School Assistant in English may be given preference for undergoing the training.

  6. those teachers who have undergone 90-day RIESI training may not he sent.
Course details:

  1. It is a residential course.

  2. The participants' accommodation food and other incidental academic charges will be taken care of and adjusted in the stipulatory stipend amount as per the norms.

  3. The State department is requested to arrange travel -allowance of participants from the work place to RIESI Bengaluru and back to work place. 

  4. Duration of the course is 30 days. Course No.11 (14-12-2016 to 12-01-2017). 

  5. Certificates indicating the grade of achievement will be issued.
Facilities available:

  1. Hostel

  2. Library

  3. Computer Laboratory

  4. Digital Language Laboratory

  5. Sports / games and Cable TV

  6. Medical help with a doctor visiting the Institute twice a week.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
Teachers deputed for training are instructed to join the course without fail and no representation for cancellation of this order or for leave will be entertained. Failure to comply with the instruction will be construed as defiance and will expose them to disciplinary action.
More Details on CELT Course

HOURS OF WORK
  • 09:45 AM to 05:00 PM on all working days.

  • Trainees ought to be punctual in attending classes. Unpunctuality and irregularity will be viewed seriously and may result in the trainees being sent back.

FACILITIES AVAILABLE :
Free Food and Accommodation
  • Trainees draw their normal salaries in the manner ordered by their respective State Governments.

  • Trainees will be provided free food and accommodation at the Institute. However, the Institute does not pay TA / DA for their journey to and from

  1.  HOLIDAYS : The Institute will remain closed on all second and fourth Saturdays and on Karnataka Government holidays.

  2.  LEAVE :100% attendance is expected.

  3.  ACCOMMODATION:  Men trainees arc accommodated in large dormitories at the Men's hostel and women trainees in the Working Woman's Hostels

  4.  BEDDING:  We provide metal cots. We also provide mattresses and pillows and mosquito nets for which a fee of Rs.20/- per day per trainee will be collected.

  5.  FOOD: Vegetarian food with bed coffee, mid morning / mid evening tea, will be served in the mess.
    The Institute provides steel plates and tumblers to the trainees. Self-service is the mode of serving.

  6.  MEDICAL FACILITY : A doctor visits the Institute and is available for consultation twice a week.
HOSTEL REGULATION
  1. Trainees will sign for the items of furniture, steel plates and tumblers and other requirement issued to them as soon as they arrive. They will have to pay for any loss or damage.

  2. They will not change the rooms without prior permission from the Deputy Warden.

  3. They will be responsible for the safe custody of their own money, mobiles and other valuables.

  4. Trainees will strictly observe the mealtime notified.

  5. Trainees who wish to stay out on any holiday should obtain prior permission from the Coordinator and Deputy Warden.





Extension of Contractual Services inGovernment Departments

G.O Ms No 220 dated 17.11.2016 - Human Resources – Contractual Services in Government Departments – Extension of the contractual Services up to 31.07.2017 – Orders - Issued

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APPSC Group III Panchayat Raj Secretary Posts Syllabus, Exam Pattern


APPSC Group-III Panchayat Raj Secretary Posts Syllabus, Exam Pattern: New Syllabus for #APPSC Group-III Panchayat Raj Secretary Posts recruitment, Group-III Panchayat Raj Secretary New syllabus, Selection Process, Scheme of selection, examination pattern, Exam scheme, syllabus.  APPSC Direct Recruitment, Guidelines, Panchayat Raj Secretary Posts Recruitment,Filling up posts, Group III Serves posts, Group-III Exam Papers, Group III Examination Pattern and Scheme, Group III Exam new Syllabus. AP Government has given permission to fill in Group-III Services Posts in various departments, through direct recruitment.
APPSC Group-III,Panchayat Raj Secretary Posts,New Syllabus,Exam Pattern
APPSC - GROUP- III Services Exam Pattern and Syllabus:
 Scheme and Syllabus for Panchayat Raj Secretary Posts(Grade IV) Recruitment in AP Panchayat Raj Subordinate Service.
SCREENING TEST SYLLABUS 
1. Current affairs- international, national and regional.
2. Basics of General Science and their relevance to the day to day life. Current developments in science, technology and information technology
3. History of Modern India with emphasis upon Indian national movement.
4. Economic development in India since independence.
5. Logical reasoning, analytical ability and data interpretation.
6. over view of Indian Constitution.
7. Bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh and its Administrative, Economic, Social, Cultural, Political, and legal implications/problems.
8 Evolution of Panchayat Raj system in India including Constitutional amendments and reports of Various Committees.
9. Evolution of Panchayat Raj system in Andhra Pradesh
10. Key Schemes of Panchayat Raj Department of A.P
11. Rural Economy of Andhra Pradesh: Agriculture, Small scale Industries Rural artisans.
12. Rural Credit Scenario of Andhra Pradesh: Role of Banks, co- operatives and Micro Finance.
13. Women Empowerment and Economic development through Self Help Groups.
MAINS EXAMINATION SYLLABUS
PAPER -I: GENERAL STUDIES AND MENTAL ABILITY
150 Questions 150 Marks
1. Events of national and international importance.
2. Current affairs- inter national, national and regional.
3. Basics of General Science and their relevance to the day to day life. Current developments in science, technology and information technology
4. History of Modern India with emphasis upon Indian national movement.
5. Economic development in India since independence.
6. Logical reasoning, analytical ability and data interpretation.
7. Basic things about Disaster management (CBSE-VIII & IX Standard).
8. Geography of India with focus on A.P
9. over view of Indian Constitution.
10. Sustainable Development and Environmental Protection.
11. Bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh and its Administrative, Economic, Social, Cultural, Political, and legal implications/problems, including
a). Loss of capital city, challenges in building new capital and it’s financial implications.
b). Division and rebuilding of common Institutions.
c). Division of employees, their relocation and nativity issues. d). Effect of bifurcation on commerce and entrepreneurs.
e). Implications to financial resources of state government.
f). Task of post-bifurcation infrastructure development and opportunities for investments.
g) Socioeconomic, cultural and demographic impact of bifurcation.
h) Impact of bifurcation on river water sharing and consequential issues. i). AP REORGANISATION ACT, 2014 on AP and the arbitrariness of certain provisions.
PAPER – II:
(Rural Development and Problems in Rural Areas with special reference to Andhra Pradesh)
150 Questions 150 Marks
1. Evolution of Panchayat Raj system in India including Constitutional amendments and reports of Various Committees.
2. Evolution of Panchayat Raj system in Andhra Pradesh
3. Roles and responsibilities of Panchayat Secretary
4. Rural Sociology: History and Evolution of schemes catering to upliftment of Rural Poor
5. Flagship Rural Development schemes of Rural Development Department of Government of India and Andhra Pradesh
6. Key Schemes of Panchayat Raj Department of A.P
7. Rural Economy of Andhra Pradesh: Agriculture, Small scale Industries, Rural artisans
8. Rural Credit Scenario of Andhra Pradesh: Role of Banks, co- operatives and Micro Finance
9. Community Based Organisations and convergence of Welfare Schemes
10. Women Empowerment and Economic development through Self Help Groups
11. Revenue and Expenditure Management of Local Bodies
12. Accounting and administering funds received under various schemes.

SCHEME OF WRITTEN EXAM:




















WRITTEN EXAMINATION (Objective Types) Degree Standard   No. of Questions   Duration (Minutes)   Maximum Marks
Screening test 150 150 150
Main Examination
Paper-1 : General Studies and   Mental Ability   150   150   150
Paper-2   Rural   Development and  Problems  in  Rural  Areas with    special    reference    to Andhra Pradesh     150     150     150
Total 300





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#TS Open School Exam Admissions into SSC, Inter Courses 2016-17 Academic Year at www.telanganaopenschool.org

TS Open School Admissions Exam Fee Dates/Results  at www.telanganaopenschool.org






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Telangana Open School Society #TOSS SSC-Inter Exams Time Table From 17-10-2016 to 19-10-2016.
TOSS EXAM FEE PAYMENT SCHEDULE:
The Telangana Open School Public Examinations of SSC & Intermediate will be held in October, 2016. The candidates of Inter & SSC(TOSS) who wish to appear for examinations are requested to pay the examination fee as per dates given here under:

  1.  Without fine from 03.08.2016 to 13.08.2016
  2.  With fine of Rs.25/- per paper 14.08.2016 to 20.08.2016
  3.  With fine of Rs.50/- per paper 21.08.2016 to 31-10-2016

  The candidates have to pay the examination fee through online at Mee-seva/AP Online centers only. Payment through challan or DD will not be accepted.TOSS Intermediate, SSC October 2016 Public Examinations: According to the TOSS Director, the Intermediate & SSC Public Examinations (Theory) are scheduled from 01-10-2016 to 14-10-2016 and Intermediate practical examinations are scheduled from 17-10-2016 to 19-10-2016.

  The candidates have to pay the examination fee through online at Mee-seva/AP Online centers only. 
Payment through challan or DD will not be accepted.  Yours faithfully,  Director of Schoo tion Hyderabad Note:
This is not an advertisement
 at telanganaopenschool.org The Telanagana State Open School offers educational opportunities to those who missed the chance of Formal Schooling of above 14 (SSC) and 15 (Intermediate) years of age in Open Distance Learning mode. It is offering Open Basic Education of Classes III, V, VIII, SSC and Intermediate courses equivalent to Formal Studies. These certificates are eligible for both Higher Education and Employment. The State Government, Council of Boards of School Education in India, Ministry of Human Resource Development and Department of Personnel & Training recognized the courses of Open School. The flexibilities offered in Open Schooling well suits dropouts, who were away from education for quite a long time or working men and women. Learners can have the option to select their choice of subjects, Medium and attend classes only during Sundays and Holidays without any hindrance to their Professions. Fee concession is also offered to SCs, STs, OBCs, Minorities and all Women to encourage them to join in Open Schooling Programmes



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TSPSC Group 2 Results 2016, Download Marks - Cut Off Marks And Group-11 Merit Lists- Telanganatspsc.gov.in

TSPSC (Telangana State Public Service Commission) Group 2 Results 2016, Marks Download - Cut Off Marks- Telangana tspsc.gov.in Group-II Merit Lists/ Selected Candidates List.

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AP 3RS Instructions for Assessment Test - Question Paper Marks Secured

AP 3Rs assessment PEMANDU Instructions for Reading, Writing and Arithmetic remediation/ supplementary teaching in AP Schools. 3Rs assessment Subject wise Marks for students from 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5 classes in Telugu, English and Mathematics Subjects. As per AP RC.No.6 PEMANDU lab initiatives - Conduct of 3Rs assessment test to 2nd to 5th classes as a part of Formative Assessment 3-Certain instructions issued. 3Rs Assessment Test be conducted on 28th November, 2016, in place of Formative Assessment 3(FA 3). 3Rs Assessment is to assess the learning levels of primary school students.

3Rs assessment test PEMANDU Instructions as per AP RC 6


As a part of implementing PEMANDU lab initiatives read PEMANDU lab draft report, Govt., of Andhra Pradesh vide Govt. Memo dated 31.10.16 has directed Commissioner School Education& SPD, SSA, to conduct 3Rs (Reading, Writing and Arithmetic) assessment for students from 2- 5 classes in Telugu, English and Mathematics. 

How to conduct 3Rs assessment test as per AP RC.No.6

  1. 3Rs assessment will test Telugu, English and Mathematics subjects of Classes 2 & 3 and English of classes 4 & 5.
  2. Telugu and Mathematics of Classes 4 and 5 are to be assessed by another standardized tool.
  3. The 3Rs Question Paper will be provided by SCERT.
  4. The 3Rs Assessment will be conducted by the School Teachers in their respective schools only. The Head Masters/Principals should get the papers evaluated by jumbling the duties of the teachers with in the school. In case of Single Teacher Schools, care should be taken to validate 5% of the Assessments done by external evaluators.
  5. The marks of 3Rs assessment in each subject should be recorded under slip test category of F.A- 3 in CCE records and registers.
  6. Though the 3Rs question paper will contain more than 20 questions, the teachers will have to proportionately reduce the marks to 20 while posting under slip test.
  7. The subject Environmental Science (EVS) for classes 1 to 5 shall be conducted with teacher prepared question papers.
  8. Separate instructions will be issued along with the 3Rs Assessment & additional Standardized Tool on the procedure to be followed for conduct of test.
  9. The 3R Assessment results shall be uploaded online using AP online services. The results would be used to diagnose the students who need remediation, and the remediation programme will be conducted subsequently in the coming months.
In the above context, it is proposed to conduct 3Rs Assessment Test tentatively on 28.11.2016, in place of Formative Assessment3 (FA3) for the students of Classes 2 to 5 studying in Primary and Upper Primary schools, under all managements, including Govt., and Private Aided and Unaided, in Andhra Pradesh. 
3Rs assessment test will be conducted for classes 2 to 5 in Telugu, English and Mathematics in place of Formative Assessment - 3 (F.A - 3) that is scheduled to be conducted later in November 2016.

The twin objectives of conducting 3Rs Assessment is to assess the learning levels of primary school students in AP State and to facilitate 3 R remediation/supplementary teaching for those identified for low performance.

While the 3R Assessment Tool will be provided from State level, the valuation of the same will be done at the school level by the teachers.

On completion of the 3R Assessment and obtaining the analytical reports, it is proposed to provide intensive remediation to such students who need the same and who are studying in Government managed schools.

The remediation program to be delivered to them will be designed by SCERT based on the analytics of the 3R Assessment.

Private schools management may also be encouraged and instructed to conduct the required remediation program for low performing students.

It is expected that the learning outcomes of students who had undergone the remediation will show improved performance in the Summative Assessment 3 (SA 3) in April 2017.

If required, students needing further remediation will be provided the same during the summer vacation 2017,so as to make them better prepared for the next higher class. 



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AP 3RS Instructions for Assessment Test - Question Paper Marks Secured

AP 3Rs assessment PEMANDU Instructions for Reading, Writing and Arithmetic remediation/ supplementary teaching in AP Schools. 3Rs assessment Subject wise Marks for students from 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5 classes in Telugu, English and Mathematics Subjects. As per AP RC.No.6 PEMANDU lab initiatives - Conduct of 3Rs assessment test to 2nd to 5th classes as a part of Formative Assessment 3-Certain instructions issued. 3Rs Assessment Test be conducted on 28th November, 2016, in place of Formative Assessment 3(FA 3). 3Rs Assessment is to assess the learning levels of primary school students.

3Rs assessment test PEMANDU Instructions as per AP RC 6


As a part of implementing PEMANDU lab initiatives read PEMANDU lab draft report, Govt., of Andhra Pradesh vide Govt. Memo dated 31.10.16 has directed Commissioner School Education& SPD, SSA, to conduct 3Rs (Reading, Writing and Arithmetic) assessment for students from 2- 5 classes in Telugu, English and Mathematics. 

How to conduct 3Rs assessment test as per AP RC.No.6

  1. 3Rs assessment will test Telugu, English and Mathematics subjects of Classes 2 & 3 and English of classes 4 & 5.
  2. Telugu and Mathematics of Classes 4 and 5 are to be assessed by another standardized tool.
  3. The 3Rs Question Paper will be provided by SCERT.
  4. The 3Rs Assessment will be conducted by the School Teachers in their respective schools only. The Head Masters/Principals should get the papers evaluated by jumbling the duties of the teachers with in the school. In case of Single Teacher Schools, care should be taken to validate 5% of the Assessments done by external evaluators.
  5. The marks of 3Rs assessment in each subject should be recorded under slip test category of F.A- 3 in CCE records and registers.
  6. Though the 3Rs question paper will contain more than 20 questions, the teachers will have to proportionately reduce the marks to 20 while posting under slip test.
  7. The subject Environmental Science (EVS) for classes 1 to 5 shall be conducted with teacher prepared question papers.
  8. Separate instructions will be issued along with the 3Rs Assessment & additional Standardized Tool on the procedure to be followed for conduct of test.
  9. The 3R Assessment results shall be uploaded online using AP online services. The results would be used to diagnose the students who need remediation, and the remediation programme will be conducted subsequently in the coming months.
In the above context, it is proposed to conduct 3Rs Assessment Test tentatively on 28.11.2016, in place of Formative Assessment3 (FA3) for the students of Classes 2 to 5 studying in Primary and Upper Primary schools, under all managements, including Govt., and Private Aided and Unaided, in Andhra Pradesh. 
3Rs assessment test will be conducted for classes 2 to 5 in Telugu, English and Mathematics in place of Formative Assessment - 3 (F.A - 3) that is scheduled to be conducted later in November 2016.

The twin objectives of conducting 3Rs Assessment is to assess the learning levels of primary school students in AP State and to facilitate 3 R remediation/supplementary teaching for those identified for low performance.

While the 3R Assessment Tool will be provided from State level, the valuation of the same will be done at the school level by the teachers.

On completion of the 3R Assessment and obtaining the analytical reports, it is proposed to provide intensive remediation to such students who need the same and who are studying in Government managed schools.

The remediation program to be delivered to them will be designed by SCERT based on the analytics of the 3R Assessment.

Private schools management may also be encouraged and instructed to conduct the required remediation program for low performing students.

It is expected that the learning outcomes of students who had undergone the remediation will show improved performance in the Summative Assessment 3 (SA 3) in April 2017.

If required, students needing further remediation will be provided the same during the summer vacation 2017,so as to make them better prepared for the next higher class. 


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Instruction for Ppeparation of OMR cum ICR forms of TS SSC Public Exams 



Head Master / HMs Guidelines for Fillup OMR - ICR Sheets 10th Class Exams  2017

1. The OMR cum ICR forms shall be filled in by all the categories of students (i.e.) Regular and
Private Once failed in addition, separate OMR cum ICR forms are prescribed for candidates
opting for Vocational Course and appearing for Vocational subjects and for OSSC. Five
different Coloured OMR cum ICR forms are designed which have to be used as follows. The
details are given below.

  1. (i) Pink Colour (Titles on the top Portion) For SSC Regular Candidates.
  2. (ii) Orange Colour (Titles on the top Portion) For SSC Private Once failed candidates.
  3. (iii) Brown Colour (Titles on the top Portion) O.S.S.C (Regular Candidates)
  4. (iv) Green Colour ( Titles on the Portion) O.S.S.C (Private Once failed Candidates)
  5. (v) Red Colour (Titles on the top Portion) For SSC Vocational candidates for appearing vocational subjects only (Fresh and Private once failed candidates).

2. As far as possible OMR cum ICR forms will be supplied along with Manuscript Nominal Rolls, extracted N.Rs of June-2015 itself. In case if there is any delay in sending OMR cum ICR forms to Heads of institutions, they should prepare and keep ready the Manuscript Nominal Rolls of the Regular and Private Once failed candidates separately.3. In the OMR cum ICR forms, a space of 42 characters is provided for columns to furnish

the name of candidate, Father’s name, and Mother’s name.


The candidates have to follow the guidelines given below in filling the candidate’s name, father’s name and Mother’s name in ICR forms:
  1. Candidate’s Name : 42 characters
  2. Father’s Name : 42 characters
  3. Mother’s Name : 42 characters

Note: Special care shall be taken while writing Particulars of the following:



  1. First write Surname followed by the remaining name of the candidate. If needed it should be abbreviated to fit within 42 characters only.
  2. Leave a space between surname and the remaining name of the candidate.
  3. Father’s Name and Mother’s Name by Abbreviating to fit in 42 characters in capital letters in MNR and OMR cum ICR forms.
  4. Before entering the Mother’s name in the ICR cum OMR and MNR, the H.M has to take a declaration from the parent concerned, duly entering the same in the school Admission register.
             OMR cum ICR forms of any category supplied for March-2015 and prior to it shall not be used for SSC Public Examinations, March-2016. In case, any old ICR forms are used the MNRs will be rejected and the Headmasters concerned will be held responsible.

4. Go through instructions printed separately along with OMR cum ICR forms then start to
fill the OMR cum ICR form.
Note: All the columns in OMR have to be shaded with HB pencil only at appropriate place.
5. Candidate’s identification marks should be filled in OMR cum ICR in Block letters with

black Ink ball pen for effective scanning.

6. Govt. have issued Memo vide No. 7679/PE-Ser-II/A2/2010., dt: 14-09-2010 to incorporate Mother’s name in the SSC Pass certificates in addition to the father’s name from March 2011 exams onwards.
7. All once failed private candidates shall be insisted to mention the Roll number of the previous
appearance i.e., June, 2015 in their OMR cum ICR form and in M.N.R. as well and their latest
original failed memorandum of marks shall be enclosed to the M.N.R. However provision is
provided in the MNR to write old Roll Number Month & Year for other than June 2015
candidates.
8. Provision for affixing the left hand thumb impression of the candidates in the OMR cum ICR
forms is continued. It is the responsibility of the Head / Headmaster of the institution to see that the correct candidate affixes his left hand thumb impression on the OMR cum ICR form. In other words the photo, signature and thumb impression should belong to the same candidate.
9. All the candidates appearing for March-2016 shall affix the latest black and white pass port size (i.e) 35 x 35 mm photos with white background or light colour for more clarity. The photos should be pasted with Gum on the OMR cum ICR form as per the instructions given in the OMR cum ICR form but not printed / stapled / or stitched. No Colored photographs shall be used.
  1. The OMR cum ICR forms of all three categories of candidates (Regular and Private once failed) will be fed to computer for scanning the data and as such the Headmasters are specifically informed to fill in the OMR cum ICR forms correctly and perfectly as the same data will be reflected / printed in the S.S.Cs and in the failed memos.
  2.  The OMR cum ICR forms supplied should be handled very carefully without folding spoiling and mutilating it for proper scanning.
  3. Overwriting in the OMR cum ICR forms must be avoided as it leads to mistakes in scanning. If any wrong entry is made, use fresh OMR cum ICR form if available or otherwise apply Eraz-ex white fluid and then note correct particulars in the OMR cum ICR form. The white fluid sometimes gives problem for scanning leading to spelling mistakes.
  4. For SSC Public Examinations March, 2016 OMR cum ICR forms are supplied. The OMR cum ICR forms should be packed in a Polythin cover keeping them in between cardboard to avoid any kind of damage duly enclosing a content slip. They should not be pinned or tagged. It should not be mixed up with M.N.R or any other material.
  5.  SSC Application form consists of OMR cum ICR Parts and the two parts are printed on legal size paper with a perforation to separate them. The Headmaster himself has to separate the OMR cum ICR form at the perforation with the help of scale, without damaging the form. (The form shall not be mutilated or defaced). The OMR cum ICR forms of each category after separation (i.e., SSC Regular, SSC Private Once failed, OSSC Regular & OSSC Private Once failed and Vocational course) shall be packed in separate polythene cover tied up with rubber band, and kept in between two planks and packed with wrappers, so that the packet will be intact.
  6.  Challahs, failed memos, recognition orders, medical certificates issued in respect of PH candidates, figure statements etc., should be attached and packed with M.N.R only and they shall not be mixed up with OMR cum ICRs at all.



         The Headmaster of all the recognized schools should obtain one photocopy / Xerox of the OMR cum ICR form of all the Students and preserve the photocopies / Xerox copies duly attested by him as permanent record along with MNR in respect of both regular and private (Once failed) students. This will help the administration in sorting out future complications if any.


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