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Monday, 7 August 2017

TS TET-2017 Paper-I & Paper-II Results and Marks Card Download.

Telangana State Department of School Education Announce TS TET 2017 Results paper-1, paper-2 wise and Candidate wise And cast and categories wise Candidates Marks memos. Who are Appearing the Exam TET-2016 those candidates to check her results in the below links to Download.



TS TET-2017 Paper-I & Paper-II Results and Marks Card Download.

TS Teacher Eligibility Test Marks memo Valid up to 7

AP Schools Independence Day 2017 Implementation Guidelines Memo No 32

AP State Functions Certain arrangements for the Independence Day Celebrations 2017 Pattern of Celebrations Regarding. MEMO.NO 32/Pro.B/2017-16, Date 01.08.2017.AP Schools Independence Day 2017 Implementation Guidelines Memo No 32

AP State Function Independence Day Celebrations 2017 MEMO:

AP State Functions Independence Day Celebrations 2017

Reade The Instructions:

  • It is to inform that the State Government have decided to perform Independence Day Celebrations,  2017 in a befitting manner A Ceremonial Parade will be held at S.V.  University,  Tirupathi,  Chittoor Dist.  at 0900 hours on Tuesday,  the i5 August 2017 where  the Hon'ble Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh take the salute e Independence Day Celebrations on 15th August 2017 in the Districts is appended to this Memo for information and guidance,  
  • The Hon'ble Ministers,  as nominated by the Government will unfurl the National Flag and take the salute at a Guard of Honour provided by the Police,  the Home Guards and the NCC,  List of Hon'ble Ministers nominated to unfurl the National Flag at District Head Quarters will be communicated separately.  Invitations to the function could be extended to the prominent Officials,  non-Officials and freedom Fighters 
  • As regard s,  Celebrations ages,  the Collector&  District Magistrate of the DIstrict concerned be to entrust the responsibilities to he concerned officials of Revenue Department,  for arrangements In other places,  the Heads of Institutions be hoisted the National Flag and lain the significance of the Da 
  • Government desires that Special functions should be arranged on that day in the Schools,  Colleges and other Institutions arranging Flag Salutations,  Community singing of the Anthem and distribution of Swee is to children etc.  The Heads ratio of Departments concerned are requested to issue suitable instructions to institutions under their control a ensure that the Independence Day Celebrations by these Institutions and that of the Local Bodies do not clash with those at District Head Quarters,  
  • The other functions of the day may include items like sport(including sports),  PT Display or display of other skills by planting of to College/School Students enter-Schoolfinter reed Collegiate debate community work launching of any important scheme for rural development;  speech by selected boys girls on the chance of 15th August cultural programmes:  distribution of prizes Certificate/medals for works in fields Nationa interests small savings,  afforestation,  family planning or any other aspect of rural development.  These programs be organized wherever feasible
CELEBRATIONS IN DISTRICTS 

The following program is to be organized for Independence Day Celebrations on 15.08.2017 at District Head Quarters other than at Chittoor and other Moffussil places.  

DISTRICT HEAD OUARTERS MORNING:  

Community singing of National Anthem and other National Songs in all Educational Industrial Establishments and Public Undertakings and taking out a procession of Students and others terminating a t the venue of the function.  0900 hours:  Unfurling of National Flag by the Minister Nominated by the Government at the Guard of Honour by Police Home Guards and NCC etc.  Distribution of Patta Certificates(Short speech by the Minister).  

AT OTHER LACES IN MOFFUSSILS 

MORNING:  March past by School Children through streets,  singing National Anthem and other National Songs(it should be ensured that the children taking part in the procession should not be put to undue strain).  0900 hours:  Flag hoisting at local schools,  Panchayat Office,  Mandal Offices or at any other Central Place,  Community singing of National Anthem and National Songs.  Distribution of sweets to Children.

*Download Notification MEMO.NO 32/Pro.B/2017-16 Click Here

User Manual for Online Medical Reimbursement

User Manual for Online Medical Reimbursement 

To claim Medical Reimbursement for employees of Department of School Education an online application is put in place to cut down on turn-around-time and to make it a transparent process.

The scope of this document is to explain the process of claiming medical reimbursement for both In- service and retired employees.

Click below link to download User manual

Dr NTRUHS MBBS, BDS 2nd Phase Web Counselling, Web Options dates/Schedule 2017


NTRUHS MBBS,BDS 2nd Phase Web Counselling, Web Options dates/Schedule 2017: Dr. NTRUHS has given the MBBS-BDS 2017- Convener Quota(A Category ) Detailed Notification for 2nd Phase of Web Options. Second phase web options for filling up the vacant seats in the medical and dental colleges for admission into MBBS/BDS courses: The 2nd phase of exercising web options to fill up the vacant seats

TSDEECET-2017 Phase 1 web counselling Certificate Verification

#TSDEECET-2017  TSDEECET-2017 web counselling certificate verification and web counselling Schedule.
TSDEECET-2017 web counselling Phase 1 Schedule. PRESS NOTE All the candidates who have qualified in the TSDEECET 2017 are hereby informed that they should attend to the session for Verification of Certificates' at the District Institute of Educational Research and Training (DIET) concerned on the date and time given on their 'Admit Card for Verification of Certificates to be downloaded from the website www. tsdeecet.cgg.gov.in on 04.07.2017. The candidates shall compulsorily attend the session for Verification of certificates' along with all the original certificates' given on the Admit card for verification of certificates' failing which they shall not be allowed submit their options for web based selection of colleges for allotment of seat in D.El.Ed. for the year 2017-19 batch. Co-Convener DEECET 2017

TSDEECET Phase 1 Web Counselling 
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TsDEECET  2017 Phase 3 Counselling Schedule
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Guidelines
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Check List 
TSDEECET Phase 2 Check List
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Rank Cards 
 TSDEECET Phase 3 Rank Cards 
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Web Options
TSDEECET Phase 3  Web Options
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Hall tickets
TSDEECET Phase 3 Hall tickets Here
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Check List
TSDEECET  Check List
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Payment 
TSDEECET Phase 2 Payment 

TS DEECET 2017 Phase 1 Web Counselling Guidelines and Verification Check List





INSTRUCTIONS TO THE CANDIDATES TS DEECET Phase 2 Web Counselling Guidelines  FOR SUBMISSION OF WEB BASED COUNSELING #tsdeecet.cgg.gov.in, ts deecet, tsdeecet, Phase 2 Web counselling, schedule ts, dietcet, deecet.cgg.gov.in, Details below
1. Candidates seeking into Admissions into Two Year D.El.Ed Course in the
State for 2017-19 batch will be made as per the rank obtained in DEECET 2017
through Web Based Counseling.
2. The process of admission involves three stages:
  1.  Online submission of preferences of colleges through Web Based counseling. 
  2. Allotment of seats and download of Provisional Admission Letter. Issue of Final Admission Letter after verification of certificates and payment of course fee at the district level venue identified by the Chairman DEECET 2017 and on the dates given on the Provisional Admission Letter.
  3.  The Web Based Counseling in Phase 1 will be conducted from 04-08-2017 to 07-08-2017.
  4. To begin with, download the list of kept on the website http://tsdeecet.cgg.gov.in
  5.  For submission of preferences (options) pay a fee of Rs.60/- at any of the APONLINE centers giving your minimum details and obtain Transaction ID / Journal Number.
  6. After obtaining the Transaction ID / Journal Number login to the website http://tsdeecet.cgg.gov.in and Click on the link ‘Submission of Preferences for Admission’. 
  7.  The list of districts will be displayed on the screen. Select the districts into which you wish to seek admission. The list of colleges in those districts will be displayed. 
  8. Follow the ‘On Screen’ instructions and messages that are given during the course of selection of your preferences (Colleges).
  9. Before pressing the ‘Submit’ button please check thoroughly the preferences submitted by you (by the candidates) 
  10. After submission of preferences download the PDF of submitted  preferences list and read the Declaration and Disclaimers. 
  11.  Each candidate will be allowed to change their preferences (options) submitted by them for two times.
  12.  Submission of preferences through Web Based Counseling is not the end of admission procedure. It is only registration for admission. Admissions will be made exclusively in the order of merit. 
  13. There is no limit to the number of preferences (options) of colleges to be given. The chances of allotment of seat will be more if the number of preferences of colleges submitted is more. 
  14. If you are provisionally selected for admission to any of the colleges opted by you will be sent through SMS on your mobile. Download the Provisional Admission Letter onwards from http://deecet.cgg.gov.in and follow guidelines given on it with regard to certificate verification and fee payment. 
  15. Final Admission Letter will be issued after verification of Certificates at the district level venue (at Government DIET Colleges of the Concerned District) on the dates given in the Provisional Admission Letter



MARKS-SCHEDULE:
Above      45 marks 
  1. 08-09-2015    44- 40 Marks 
  2. 09-09-2015    39 35 Marks 
  3. 10-09-2015 Below 35(SC/ST)
  4. 11-09-15

Honorarium to engage persons for maintenance of toilets and watering ofplants in TS Model Schools

Release of 4 months honorarium of Rs.19,40,000 as first instalment to engage persons for maintenance of toilets and watering of plants & cleaning of school premises in TS Model Schools for the year 2017-18 in Telangana Model Schools vide RC.2191 Dt.28-7-17
release an amount of Rs.19,40,00,000/- for four months as per guidelines.



Memo.No.32,Dt.01.08.2017 - Independence Day Celebrations - Guidelines

Memo.No.32,Dt.01.08.2017

 Sub: State Functions-Certain arrangements for the Independence Day Celebrations,2017-Pattern of Celebrations – Regarding.

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TS TET 2017 Results Paper 1@2 Results Available at www.tstet.cgg.gov.in

#TS TET-2017 Results of Paper 1and paper 2 Results Available at www.tstet.cgg.gov.in.  Telangana State Conducted Examination 2017. Official final keys already released. Results  Today. Results Server 1 
Mana Badi Server 2 


TS TET-2017 Results Paper 1 and 2 Results :


QUALIFYING MARKS IN TET, ISSUE OF MEMOs/CERTIFICATES:
Ts tet qualify score  Category  wise





 (i) The percentage of qualifying marks for different categories are as shown below:  Category Pass Marks

  1. General 60% and above
  2.  BCs 50% and above
  3. SC/ST/Differently abled 40% and above


 (ii) The Director, SCERT and the member convener TET, Telangana State shall issue Memos/Pass certificates to the candidates. (iii)Differently abled candidates with at least 40% of disability only shall be considered in respect of visually and orthopedically disabled. With regard to Hearing Impaired candidates, a minimum of 75% disability shall be considered under PH category.

 VALIDITY OF TET CERTIFICATE:

  The validity of certificates shall be for a period of 7 years from the date of TET concerned.

 APPLICABILITY The TS-TET shall apply to all schools referred to in clause (n) of Section 2 of the RTE Act. However, a school referred to in sub-clause (iv) of clause (n) of Section 2 of the RTE Act may exercise the option of considering either the TET conducted by the Central Government or the TS TET.

 WEIGHTAGE OF TET SCORES IN THE TEACHER RECRUITMENT OF THE STATE: 

20% weightage to TET scores shall be provided in the Teacher Recruitment of the State Government. i.e., 20% weightage is for TET and 80% weight age for written test in Teacher Recruitment Test (TRT) based on which selection lists shall be prepared. 11 However, mere qualifying the TET would not confer a right on any person for recruitment/employment as it is only one of the eligibility criteria for appointment.

EXEMPTION FROM PASSING TET: 

 Teachers who were appointed before NCTE notification dt: 23.08.2010 by the competent authority in Govt. /Local Authority as per Recruitment Rules prevalent at that time are exempted from appearing TET. However, Teachers working in private schools whose appointments were not approved by the competent authority in Government are not exempted from passing TET. Such teachers of private unaided schools shall appear for TET conducted by either State Government or Central Government. In respect of non approved teachers working in private aided schools, they shall invariably appear TET conducted by State Government only.
 LEGAL JURISDICTION:
 All legal disputes with regard to the conduct of TET shall be subject to the Jurisdiction of the courts located in the State of Telangana only.
 Results Server 1 
Server 2  Available Now
* Ts DSC New Exam Pattern for 330 marks CLICK HERE

Rc.446,CSE,Dt.1-8-2017 - Organisation of Green School Programme -Guidelines

Rc.446,Dt.01-8-2017

 GREEN SCHOOL PROGRAMME (GSP)-Design cell- Organisation of Green School Programme in collaboration with centre for science and environment,Rc.446,CSE,Dt.1/8/2017

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Guidelines                        Online Registration

What is a Green School?
A Green School is a resource-efficient building one that uses little water, optimizes energy efficiency, minimizes waste-generation, catches and recycles water and provides healthier space for its occupants as compared to a conventional building.
What is Green Schools Programme (GSP)?
The field of environment education is dogged by a very fundamental contradiction. While everyone, everywhere, asserts the importance of ‘learning to live sustainably’, environment remains a peripheral issue in the formal schooling system. It continues to be viewed more as an extracurricular activity and less as a subject with a priority position in the national curriculum. This is true not only in India but worldwide as well.Fortunately, it has not deterred many talented, creative and farsighted educators from experimenting and evolving extremely innovative teaching methods, materials and practices.
The novelty of CSE’s Green Schools Programme lies in the fact that it moves beyond theories and textbooks and concentrates solely on ‘doing’. It is an environmental education programme directed to subtly sensitizing students to the environment through hands-on and thoughtprovoking activities. It is also an environment management system that audits, through students, the consumption of natural resources within school campuses and helps schools become good environmental managers by deploying pragmatic solutions to reduce wastage of precious resources.
The   attention  of  all  the  District  Educational   Officers   in  the   state  are invited  to  the  references   cited   that   the  Government   has   forwarded  the  letter reference    2nd   cited    and    informed    that     the    Centre     for    Science     and Environment    is  organizing   a  program   to  Audit   the  Schools  under   Green School    Program,   which    requires   Registration   of  Green    Schools    under  the Green    School     Program  Audit    Launch   in   July,    2017     and    requested   to immediate   necessary    action    to   register   the   schools    under   Green    School Audit    Program   in   Andhra     Pradesh    and    send    the    compliance   report     to Government.
Further,  the   Principal   Secretary   to  Govt.   E.F.S   & T.  Department A.P,   Secretariat,    Velagapudi,   Amavaravati   has    stated  in   the    reference 2nd  cited   that  Centre    for  Science    and   Environment,    New  Delhi   submitted proposals   to   initiate    the   Green    School Program   Audit    in   at   least     1500 Schools    in  Andhra  Pradesh.   In   Andhra  Pradesh,    already  3250    Eco   Clubs have     been     constituted      in    schools      and     working     various    aspects    of Environment    Education  with  the   support  of Government   of Andhra  Pradesh
&  Government   of India.The   Centre  for  Science    and   Environment   is  organizing  a  program   to Audit   the  Schools   under  Green   School   program,  which   requires  Registration of   Green     Schools     under   the    Green     School     Program   Audit    Launch     in July'201 7.  There   is  no  fee  charge  for  registration   /   Participation   in  Green School   Audit   program.  The   School   Education    Department   is  to  register    / participate  in  the program. The  Centre  for  Science   and  Environment  will  be  organizing   the   Green School    Program          Award   Ceremony  as    an    Annual   Even in  New Delhi sometime  during December 2017 or January   2018.          

The  following   instructions    for  the  Green   School   Program  Audit:
1.  The    Centre    for  Science   and    Environment    (CSE),    New   Delhi submitted   proposals  to  initiate   the  Green   School   Program  Audit   in at  least   1500   Schools   in Andhra   Pradesh.
2.  The  Centre  for  Science    and   Environment    is  organizing  a  program to  Audit   the Schools   under  Green   School   program,  which   requires Registration    of  Green    Schools    under   the   Green    School    Program Audit  Launch  in July'2017.
3.  There    is   no   fee  charge    for   registration    /   Participation   in   Green School    Audit    program.   The   School    Education    Department    is   to register   /  participate   in the  program.

4.  The Centre for  Science  and  Environment  (CSE)  will  be  organizing the  Green  School   Program Award  Ceremony  as  an  Annual  Event   in New Delhi  sometime during December  2017   or January  2018.
5.  This program  most   of the  Participating    Schools   and   Children's  will be     aware     about     Environment Protection in general and Cleanliness,Rain water   harvesting,  personal   hygiene,  keeping  the surroundings  clean   and   Green,   which   will  ultimately   help   people and  the State.
6.  To  initiate the   Green   Schools   Programme  (GSP)  audit   in  at  least 1500 eco club schools   and   these  schools   to participate  and  submit their  Audit  reports.
7.   The   Centre   for  Science    and   Environment   (CSE) also   proposes   to institute  the  GSP  Andhra   Pradesh  State   rolling   Trophy  for  schools in  each   of the   13  districts   to keep-up   the  motivation    and   recognize efforts  of competitive  schools.
8.  The project is called GSP Gold and the model project is  an exclusive  engagement   with  five  selected    schools  in  Delhi / NCR  to bring  about   change  and sustain  the  green   initiatives   launched.
9. We  propose    to  initiate    GSP  Gold  in  selected  five  schools    of Andhra Pradesh,    with    the    support of  Andhra Pradesh Department of Environment,Forests, Science &Technology.
10. Registration   for  GSP  Audit  is  open  throughout  the  year. Schools need  to register  before  the  Audit  launch   - July 2017   in the  web  site i.e  http: //www.greenschoolsprogramme.org/registration/.
11.Schools   can  purchase the  audit   manual  directly  from  Centre   for Science and Environment   (CSE)  (Rs.125), the cost can be debited to the Eco-club activity   fund. The audit  is  available   in  the  online http: //www.greenschoolsprogramme.org/audit/,for which the manual  need  not  be purchased.
12. Students  from  class   6th to 8th  /   middle school can  participate   in the    audit    process.    For   each    task    a   group / team   of   five-six students   and  one   teacher   should  be  formed,    for   the six themes (Air,  Energy, Food,   Land,  Water and Waste).
13. All management   of schools   in  the   state  of Andhra  Pradesh  may be  participate / register     116 schools in  each district.Should  be covered   all  mandal  in  the  district.
14. The audit should be conducted any time between  July,2017 to October,2017.A school   should  not  take more   than  two  months    to complete  the  audit report.  Though  the  deadline  to submit    the  GSP audit   is  October 31 (every year).
15. The Green Schools Report of short-listed schools will be scrutinized,verified and the best schools will be identified for the awards.
16. The  results  will  be  made public at the   GSP  website  by  January / February   2018.
17. All  the   Schools    that   had   submitted   audit  reports  will  be  given colour   coded   coded   certificates  according  to their   scores.
18. The  last   date  for  online   registration   is October 2017.

Rc.No.90,Dt.03.08.2017 - Filling up of aided posts

Rc.No.90,Dt.03.08.2017

 Sub: School Education – Private Aided Schools – Filling up of aided posts by way of promotions, absorptions and direct recruitment

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Times SPARK Read to Lead Scholarships 2017-2018, Online Registrationform @ timesspark.com


Times SPARK Read to Lead Scholarships 2017-2018, Online Registration form @ timesspark.com: TIMES SPARK Read to Lead Scholarships Program - SPARK: Times SPARK is a scholarship under our READ TO LEAD programme. SPARK stands for Scholarship Programme for Awareness, Responsibility and Knowledge. This is an endeavour to encourage school students of class IX to XII to develop a reading habit that

Memo No 691, Rc 225 TS Sakala Janula Samme SJS 16 ELs Order CopiesDownload to Preserve Earned Leaves

Memo No 691, Rc 225 TS Sakala Janula Samme SJS 16 ELs Order Copies Download to Preserve Earned Leaves sakala-janula-samme-sjs-16-els-order-preservation-earned-leaves-teachers
School Educatioln Dept Earned leave to teachers against they worked on Compansatory working Days for Sakala Janula Samme Period in Telangana  | Teachers have participated in Telangana Sakala Janula Samme from 16.09.2011 to 17.10.2011 for 32 days | For the period of Sakala Janula Samme period Govt has ordered to work on compansatory working Days on 32 General Holidays. Govt of School Education Dept has given Permission to Commissionor and Director of School Eeducation to credit 16 ELs ( Not to be Encashed ) to teachers for working on Holidays for 32 Days Vide Memo No 691 Dated 28.01.2017



As per the Memo 691 issued by the School Education Dept, C & DSE Telangana issued supporting orders Vide Rc 225 Dated 04.02.2017 instructing District Educational Officers DEOs of All Districts to look into the matter and Preserve the Earned Leaves to teachers who have participated in Sakala Janula Samme from 16.09.2017 to 17.10.2017 in Telangana Movement



Telangana Sakala Janula Samme Earned Leaves ELs Orders Download

Separate Telangana Movement Employees and Teachers have played important Role in Telangana Movement in 2011. All Govt Depts have formed as Telangana JAC at Mandal District and State Levels for formation Separate Telangana State. Sakala Janula Samme had been continued for 42 Days in all Dept of Andhra Pradesh Govt. After Sakala Janula Samme AP Govt ordered teachers to work on Holidays for Sakala Janula Samme period on compansatory basis. Making teachers to work on General Holidays, School Education Dept decided to award 16 Earned Leaves ( Not to be Encashed ) orders DEOs MEOs HMs to take necessary action into the matter
Click Here to Download Memo 691 and Rc 225 Complete orders

TS TET Results/ Cutoff Marks 2017- Telangana Tet Paper 1 & 2 CutoffMarks with Category wise


TS TET Results 2017 For Paper 1 & 2 – Telangana TET Cutoff Marks at www. tstet.cgg.gov.in, How To Download Category wise/ Cast wise TS TET Cutoff Marks, Merit List 2017 Check Telangana TET Result, Cutoff Marks @tstet.cgg.gov.in. Telangana TET Result announced on 4th August, 2017 at tstet.cgg.gov.in. TS TET solution download at tstet.cgg.gov.in. TS TET 2017 Paper 1 Marks, Telangana TET Paper 2

RC.2191 Dt.28-7-17 Release of Honorarium to engage persons formaintenance of toilets and watering of plants in TS Model Schools

Release of Honorarium to engage persons for maintenance of toilets and watering of plants in TS Model Schools

Release of 4 months honorarium of Rs.19,40,000 as first instalment to engage persons for maintenance of toilets and watering of plants & cleaning of school premises in TS Model Schools for the year 2017-18 in Telangana Model Schools vide RC.2191 Dt.28-7-17
Download copy from below links



Magical Drawing with Alphabets

Magical Drawing with Alphabets 

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LEP 3Rs Programme Monitoring Guidelines, Observation Formats


LEP 3Rs Programme Monitoring Guidelines, Observation Formats: The targeted competencies have been prepared for State and District Level officers visiting the schools to observe to what extent the targeted competencies have been achieved. State Level Teams shall be drafted to all the districts for every 15 days to observe the implementation of LEP in schools and district level monitoring process

Lr.No.5708 Dt.21-7-17 Telangana State Employees Incentive SchemeGuidelines

Telangana State Employees Incentive Scheme Guidelines
Download Telangana State Employees Incentive Scheme Guidelines
Download copy from below links



CSE's Green School Programme Organisation Guidelines 2017


Rc.446,CSE, Dt.01-08-2017  Organisation of Green School Programme - Guidelines, Green School Programme Organisation Guidelines in collaboration with CSE, Guidelines for Online Registration
What is a Green School?: A Green School is a resource-efficient building one that uses little water, optimizes energy efficiency, minimizes waste-generation, catches and recycles water and provides healthier

DA Table with Enhanced DA Salary Table 22.008% from 1st Jul 2016 to AP Employees GO


AP/ TS Employees Enhanced DA Table and Telangana / AP Teachers Increased DA Salary Table with New DA GO Here. GO New DA from 1st July 2016- 22.008% DA to AP Employees and Teachers GO, DA Reckoner @ 22.008%, 18.34%, 15.196% and 12.052%  New DA Table AP and TS, AP July 2016 D.A 22.008% with 18.340% Salary Table 22.008% With New AP PRC 2015 Basic Pays AP January 2016 to d.a table, AP July D.A 2016

PF TRANSFER APPLICATION - TRANSFERED TEACHERS

PF TRANSFER APPLICATION - TRANSFERED TECHERS

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