Saturday, 30 June 2018

I-V (Primary Classes) Abyasadeepikas Prepared by Sri Venu Gopal, SGT, Ananthapur

Primary Classes(I-V) Abyasadeepikas Prepared by Sri Venu Gopal, SGT, Ananthapur
2nd Class Telugu Work Book, 2nd Class English Work Book, 3rd Class Telugu Work Book, 3rd Class English Work Book, 3rd Class Mathematics Work Book, 3rd Class EVS Work Book,  4th Class Telugu Work Book, 4th Class English Work Book, 4th Class Mathematics Work Book, 4th Class EVS Work Book. All are in PDF format
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Primary Classes(I-V) Abyasadeepikas Prepared by Sri Venu Gopal, SGT, Ananthapur
2nd Class Telugu Work Book, 2nd Class English Work Book, 3rd Class Telugu Work Book, 3rd Class English Work Book, 3rd Class Mathematics Work Book, 3rd Class EVS Work Book,  4th Class Telugu Work Book, 4th Class English Work Book, 4th Class Mathematics Work Book, 4th Class EVS Work Book. All are in PDF format
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Saturday, 24 March 2018

Download APTET Response Sheets APTET 2017 Response Sheets Here is the Step by Step procedure for Downloading APTET Response Sheets

 Download APTET Response Sheets APTET 2017 Response Sheets Here is the Step by Step procedure for Downloading APTET Response Sheets

Download APTET Response Sheets APTET 2017 Response Sheets Here is the Step by Step procedure for Downloading APTET Response Sheets:

  1. First Rs 200 should be paid for downloading the Response Sheet. For payment of Fee towards Response Sheet Candidates complete details are necessary like Candidates Hall Ticket Number, Name, Paper appeared, Date of Birth etc
  2. After making online payment of Rs 200, You will be issued a Journal No and Reference Id for Response Sheet.
  3. Response Sheets will be available from 26th March 2018 onwards.
  4. Candidates who have paid the fee only will be able to download the response sheets from 26th Mar 2018 Onwards
  5. Here is the Screen Shot of APTET Response Sheet Fee Payment Page
Click Here to Get Payment For APTET Exam Response Sheet

 Download APTET Response Sheets APTET 2017 Response Sheets Here is the Step by Step procedure for Downloading APTET Response Sheets

Download APTET Response Sheets APTET 2017 Response Sheets Here is the Step by Step procedure for Downloading APTET Response Sheets:

  1. First Rs 200 should be paid for downloading the Response Sheet. For payment of Fee towards Response Sheet Candidates complete details are necessary like Candidates Hall Ticket Number, Name, Paper appeared, Date of Birth etc
  2. After making online payment of Rs 200, You will be issued a Journal No and Reference Id for Response Sheet.
  3. Response Sheets will be available from 26th March 2018 onwards.
  4. Candidates who have paid the fee only will be able to download the response sheets from 26th Mar 2018 Onwards
  5. Here is the Screen Shot of APTET Response Sheet Fee Payment Page
Click Here to Get Payment For APTET Exam Response Sheet

How to Prepare Salary Bills Steps in CFMS AP Teachers/ Employees

 How to Prepare Salary Bills Steps in CFMS AP Teachers/ Employees
Salary Bills includes monthly salary bills of the employees, DA arrears, surrender bills, Automatic Advancement Scheme Bills etc. which are classified under detailed HOA 010 Salary. Below are the images which shows the step by step guide for preparation of Salary Bills using CFMS and DDO Request.

How to Prepare Salary Bills in CFMS AP Teachers/ Employees

  1. Visit AP Treasury Official website
  2. Login DDO Code with Password
  3. Clicking in the scroll area displays the desired area.
  4. Click submit.
  5. Clicking in the scroll area displays the desired area.
  6. Click submit.
  7. Note the TBR Number Generated.
  8. The User field is filled out.
  9. The Password field is filled out.
  10. Click Log On.
  11. Click Bill Life Cycle Management(BLM).
  12. Click 2017-101924.
  13. Clicking in the scroll area displays the desired area.
  14. Clicking in the scroll area displays the desired screen area.
  15. Click Employees Bill.
  16. Click Notes and Documents.
  17. A text is entered in the Notes text field.
  18. Click Submit.
  19. Click User.
  20. Click Sign Out.
  21. You have now successfully completed salary bill.

Click Here to Get User Manual Download
 How to Prepare Salary Bills Steps in CFMS AP Teachers/ Employees
Salary Bills includes monthly salary bills of the employees, DA arrears, surrender bills, Automatic Advancement Scheme Bills etc. which are classified under detailed HOA 010 Salary. Below are the images which shows the step by step guide for preparation of Salary Bills using CFMS and DDO Request.

How to Prepare Salary Bills in CFMS AP Teachers/ Employees

  1. Visit AP Treasury Official website
  2. Login DDO Code with Password
  3. Clicking in the scroll area displays the desired area.
  4. Click submit.
  5. Clicking in the scroll area displays the desired area.
  6. Click submit.
  7. Note the TBR Number Generated.
  8. The User field is filled out.
  9. The Password field is filled out.
  10. Click Log On.
  11. Click Bill Life Cycle Management(BLM).
  12. Click 2017-101924.
  13. Clicking in the scroll area displays the desired area.
  14. Clicking in the scroll area displays the desired screen area.
  15. Click Employees Bill.
  16. Click Notes and Documents.
  17. A text is entered in the Notes text field.
  18. Click Submit.
  19. Click User.
  20. Click Sign Out.
  21. You have now successfully completed salary bill.

Click Here to Get User Manual Download

SCERT Rc No 21-"GNANA DHAARA", Summer Residential Remedial Teaching programme to low performing students of class 5 & 9

 SCERT Rc No 21-"GNANA DHAARA", Summer Residential Remedial Teaching programme to low performing students of class 5 & 9
PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMMISSIONER OF SCHOOL EDUCATION
ANDHRA PRADESH, AMARAVATI
Present: K. Sandhya Rant. I.Po.S

RC.No.21/B/C&T/SCERT/2018 Dt: 20.03.2018

Sub: School Education - Learning Enhancement Programme -"GNANA DHAARA", Summer Residential Remedial Teaching programme to low performing students of class 5 & 9 - Preparatory activities - Guidelines to District Educational Officers - Issued - Reg.

Ref: 1. This Office Lr.R.C.No.21/8/SCERT/2018, dated: 19.012018 to Spl CS to Govt. SE, AP
2. Minutes of Meeting on Summer Remedial Program. dated 31.01.18, chaired by
Commissioner of School Education
3. Instructions of Hon'ble Chief Minister during the Collector's Conference. dated
19.01.18.

Attention of all Regional Joint Directors, School Education (RJDSEs), District Educational Officers (DEOs), District Project Officers (POs) and Academic Monitoring Officers (AMOs) to Honble Chief Ministers vision for School Education and direction that Andhra Pradesh should be among the top three performers in the country in National Assessments of Student Learning Outcomes by 2022. In order to achieve this vision, the Education system needs to equip its students not only with literacy and numeracy. but with knowledge and skills relevant for the 21th Century.

Recently conducted National Achievement Survey (HAS 2017] and Annual Status of Education Report [ASER 2017] surveys mirror the results from the recent Summative Assessment [SA-1] conducted in objective mode for Classes 8th and 9th While NAS showed a declining trend in performance of AP students moving towards Upper Primary and Secondary Education ASER revealed that barely 59% of the youth in Srikakulam district could do basic division. Further, analysis of the results of Class 9 students of SA1 revealed that 51%, 47% and 25% of the students secured D1 and D2 grades, in Maths, Science and English subjects respectively.

In view of all these findings, and in line with the directions of Hon'ble Chief Minister in ref. 3 cited, the School Education Department is developing a clear action plan to address gaps identified in NAS. ASER and other assessment reports.

As discussed with MI-IRD and Sp. Chief Secretary. School Education during review meetings. there is a need to put in place a sustainable model of remedial teaching with the objective of bringing low performing students to grade level. Further. recent data on drop outs shows that nearly 22,000 students dropped out in transition from Class 9 to Class 10 in AY 2016- 17. Students who are entering Class 6 are also transitioning from Primary Schools to High Schools without appropriate grade level competencies thus impeding their ability to cope up with the syllabus at High School. The resultant plan of action for long term remediation for low performing students in all grades. called  Gnana Dhaara is designed.
A comprehensive Remedial programme is proposed to be conducted to the identified low performing students in all grades under different managements. The remediation program called Gnana Dhaara will be conducted in 2 phases') Summer Residential Program and n) Year long Learning Enhancement Program.

The core aspects of GnanaDhaara. yearlong continuous remedial program are as follows:

This program will focus on improving learning levels of students of all Govt. and government aided private schools. Support will be provided by way of workbooks. teaching guidelines to Private school managements too.

Subjects to be covered: English. Telugu. Mathematics and Science

Students from all classes (1 -101 to be covered

Teaching Learning material and Student-friendly workbooks will be designed and provided by School Education Department. Respective managements to use them for remedial coaching program.

Subject teachers in schools will deliver remediation- training to all teachers through eplatforms to improve the delivery of remedial pedagogy

As a precursor to the Year-long remediation. Summer Residential Remedial (SRP) program will be implemented in the following manner:

For whom: Students entering classes 6 and 10 in AY 2018-19 will be considered. to help them bridge the transition from primary school to high school. and to give the Class 9 students confidence while going into Class 10 (SSC Board).

Subjects: Maths. Language and Science will be the focus subjects for Class 10. while Telugu. English. Science and Maths will be the focus for Class 6.

How: Content will seek to impart foundational knowledge in all subjects so that the student
is ready to absorb the lessons with full comprehension once school session starts. Activity
based pedagogy will be employed by the teachers to better explain concepts to the
students.

Resources: Volunteer teachers from School Education. Municipal. Social Welfare. Tribal Welfare and Model schools will be leveraged @ TPR of 1:40. B.Ed. and DIET Teacher students will be leveraged to be in-house teachers

Pedagogy: Student friendly workbooks will be designed for students to practice at home
with interest and to improve their skills.

Where: Residential program involving Residential hostels of Social Welfare. Tribal Welfare. Minority Welfare. BC Welfare. APREIS. AP Model Schools. KGBVs and Girls Hostels will be utilized. In case of any shortage of residential campuses in any district. the campuses of Pnvate  Engineering colleges or Corporate Schools/ Intermediate colleges are also to be engaged post consultation.

When: From to 31st May 2018

Training to teachers: Teachers will be oriented through teleconferences shortly on their roles and classroom strategies, and online training for familiarization of the remedial content will be  undertaken.

Coverage of students: Based on SA-I results. around 2.30,000 class 9 students and 56.000 class 5 students are identified to participate in GNANA DHAARA summer residential programme.

Extra-curricular activities are planned through local partners and organizations to provide holistic learning and development to child. Advance information and communication will be sent to SMCs and Parents.

Weekly Assessments will be conducted to track student progress and impact.

The Summer Residential Remedial program is intended to smoothly transition into the sustainable year-long continuous remediation. ensuring the flow of knowledge or Gnana Dhaara. The year-long remedial program for all classes would be integrated with regular classroom teaching  to provide continuous support to the low-performing students so that learning gaps can be addressed as and when they arise.

All District Educational Officers are appointed to the overall in-throne of the programme in their district and the success of the program. They are requested to implement the program in close coordination with POs. Dy. EOs. DIET Principals. AMOs and District Assessment Cell [DCEB] members.

Below are preparatory guidelines issues to all District Educational Officers- please leverage the services of District Assessment Cell [DCEB] members to ensure completion of all responsibilities:

1. Dissemination of Concept Note- GNANA DHAARA concept note is enclosed with these proceedings. A copy of this note should be circulated to all the stakeholders-POs. Dy. EOs. MEOs. DIET Principals. School Complex HMs. etc.
2 Creation of a pool of teachers- Identification of English. Mathematics, Physical Science, Biological Science, Telugu and P.E.T.s/P.Ds teachers, with minimum 20 teachers in each subject per mandal. The selected teachers should make themselves available for this programme in summer. However, final selection will be subject to the number of venues and requirement of teachers.
Teacher Selection Criteria:
i. Only those teachers from ZP/ Govt./ Municipal/ APMS/ SW/ TW/ APREI schools should be selected whose residence is in proximity to the selected Gnana Dhaara hostel campuses. (list of final hostels will be provided at a later date]
ii. The selected teachers must have a deep knowledge of the subject and should be well versed in activity based pedagogy.
iii.Teachers must be willing to give a self declaration to the Dept. staling they are interested in working for the said period as per guidelines specified by the Dept. in the GNANA DHAARA programme.
iv. Female teachers are to be preferred in hostel campuses where girls would be residing.

MEOs can lead the pooling process by nominating teachers. however the final list of teachers must be approved by the DEO. before submission to the Dept.

Teachers must be conveyed that they will receive Earned Leaves as per Rule FR 62(b).

Additionally. D.Ed students must be informed about the program, and selected to serve as in-house teachers at the hostels for the period of 30.04.201831.05.2018. List of selected D.Ed students must be collated at the district level and sent to the Dept.

3. Campus selection- Pnncipals of SW/ TW/APMS/ APREI/ KGBV schools must be engaged in discussion to confirm the capacity of their hostels. list of facilities available at their hostels. number and duties of their staff, and overall conduciveness of the campus to conduct the programme.

4 Selection of additional venue- 4 to 5 Pvt. Engineering colleges or Pvt /corporate school campuses with hostel facility per each education division. must be identif ied and kept reserved for the programme.

5. Safety and security- Principals of S.W/T.W./A.P.R.I.E.S./APMS/KGBV schools must be leveraged to identify highly secured campus to put up a separate campus for girls. Additionally, list of students along with emergency contact details of each student. must be provided to all nearby police stations.

6. Engaging Guest faculty- Convene a meeting with local NGOs/Personality Development experts/Motivational speakers/cultural programmes organizers/YogaiMeditation experts /Art experts and chalk out how their services can be utilized at the venues. NGOs must be engaged with the Dept. solely on volunteer basis. Each district must provide a list of minimum 5 organizations which would be willing to work in their hostels. in any of the above co-curricular category mentioned. The time slots available for co-curricular activities are mentioned in the concept note.

7. Awareness about the programme- Together with District Project Officer. a meeting with Dy.EOs. Sectorial Officers SSA. Principal DIET. MEOs and District Assessment Cell [DCEB) members must be convened and roles and responsibilities fixed specifically by assigning cluster wise in-charges.

Opportunities to utilize the services of D.Ed Students in the summer camp may also be pursued.

MEOs must be guided to make the teachers aware of the programme, who in turn communicate the same to the parents and prepare the parents and students to get ready for it.

While creating awareness among parents about the programme. care must be taken to not portray the performance of their child in a negative light. The message to be delivered is that the Dept of School Education is happy with their child's attendance in school and that to bolster the child's academic performance, as well to help the child develop in co-curricular activities, the Dept. has undertaken this programme. It must be portrayed as an opportunity for the child to learn and grow, and parents must be encouraged to send their children to the camps.

Further, you are informed that regarding the modalities of the said programme, a meeting with all the key stakeholders will be conducted at CSE office, due shortly. In view of this, all the District Educational Officers are requested to take action immediately on the above said items and send your feedback report on or before 26.03.2018.

Encl: GNANA DHAARA concept note

Commissioner of School Education
A.P Amaravati
SCERT Rc No 21-"GNANA DHAARA", Summer Residential Remedial Teaching programme to low performing students of class 5 & 9

SCERT Rc No 21-"GNANA DHAARA", Summer Residential Remedial Teaching programme to low performing students of class 5 & 9


Click Here to Get GNANA DHARA concept note and Proceeding Copy
 SCERT Rc No 21-"GNANA DHAARA", Summer Residential Remedial Teaching programme to low performing students of class 5 & 9
PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMMISSIONER OF SCHOOL EDUCATION
ANDHRA PRADESH, AMARAVATI
Present: K. Sandhya Rant. I.Po.S

RC.No.21/B/C&T/SCERT/2018 Dt: 20.03.2018

Sub: School Education - Learning Enhancement Programme -"GNANA DHAARA", Summer Residential Remedial Teaching programme to low performing students of class 5 & 9 - Preparatory activities - Guidelines to District Educational Officers - Issued - Reg.

Ref: 1. This Office Lr.R.C.No.21/8/SCERT/2018, dated: 19.012018 to Spl CS to Govt. SE, AP
2. Minutes of Meeting on Summer Remedial Program. dated 31.01.18, chaired by
Commissioner of School Education
3. Instructions of Hon'ble Chief Minister during the Collector's Conference. dated
19.01.18.

Attention of all Regional Joint Directors, School Education (RJDSEs), District Educational Officers (DEOs), District Project Officers (POs) and Academic Monitoring Officers (AMOs) to Honble Chief Ministers vision for School Education and direction that Andhra Pradesh should be among the top three performers in the country in National Assessments of Student Learning Outcomes by 2022. In order to achieve this vision, the Education system needs to equip its students not only with literacy and numeracy. but with knowledge and skills relevant for the 21th Century.

Recently conducted National Achievement Survey (HAS 2017] and Annual Status of Education Report [ASER 2017] surveys mirror the results from the recent Summative Assessment [SA-1] conducted in objective mode for Classes 8th and 9th While NAS showed a declining trend in performance of AP students moving towards Upper Primary and Secondary Education ASER revealed that barely 59% of the youth in Srikakulam district could do basic division. Further, analysis of the results of Class 9 students of SA1 revealed that 51%, 47% and 25% of the students secured D1 and D2 grades, in Maths, Science and English subjects respectively.

In view of all these findings, and in line with the directions of Hon'ble Chief Minister in ref. 3 cited, the School Education Department is developing a clear action plan to address gaps identified in NAS. ASER and other assessment reports.

As discussed with MI-IRD and Sp. Chief Secretary. School Education during review meetings. there is a need to put in place a sustainable model of remedial teaching with the objective of bringing low performing students to grade level. Further. recent data on drop outs shows that nearly 22,000 students dropped out in transition from Class 9 to Class 10 in AY 2016- 17. Students who are entering Class 6 are also transitioning from Primary Schools to High Schools without appropriate grade level competencies thus impeding their ability to cope up with the syllabus at High School. The resultant plan of action for long term remediation for low performing students in all grades. called  Gnana Dhaara is designed.
A comprehensive Remedial programme is proposed to be conducted to the identified low performing students in all grades under different managements. The remediation program called Gnana Dhaara will be conducted in 2 phases') Summer Residential Program and n) Year long Learning Enhancement Program.

The core aspects of GnanaDhaara. yearlong continuous remedial program are as follows:

This program will focus on improving learning levels of students of all Govt. and government aided private schools. Support will be provided by way of workbooks. teaching guidelines to Private school managements too.

Subjects to be covered: English. Telugu. Mathematics and Science

Students from all classes (1 -101 to be covered

Teaching Learning material and Student-friendly workbooks will be designed and provided by School Education Department. Respective managements to use them for remedial coaching program.

Subject teachers in schools will deliver remediation- training to all teachers through eplatforms to improve the delivery of remedial pedagogy

As a precursor to the Year-long remediation. Summer Residential Remedial (SRP) program will be implemented in the following manner:

For whom: Students entering classes 6 and 10 in AY 2018-19 will be considered. to help them bridge the transition from primary school to high school. and to give the Class 9 students confidence while going into Class 10 (SSC Board).

Subjects: Maths. Language and Science will be the focus subjects for Class 10. while Telugu. English. Science and Maths will be the focus for Class 6.

How: Content will seek to impart foundational knowledge in all subjects so that the student
is ready to absorb the lessons with full comprehension once school session starts. Activity
based pedagogy will be employed by the teachers to better explain concepts to the
students.

Resources: Volunteer teachers from School Education. Municipal. Social Welfare. Tribal Welfare and Model schools will be leveraged @ TPR of 1:40. B.Ed. and DIET Teacher students will be leveraged to be in-house teachers

Pedagogy: Student friendly workbooks will be designed for students to practice at home
with interest and to improve their skills.

Where: Residential program involving Residential hostels of Social Welfare. Tribal Welfare. Minority Welfare. BC Welfare. APREIS. AP Model Schools. KGBVs and Girls Hostels will be utilized. In case of any shortage of residential campuses in any district. the campuses of Pnvate  Engineering colleges or Corporate Schools/ Intermediate colleges are also to be engaged post consultation.

When: From to 31st May 2018

Training to teachers: Teachers will be oriented through teleconferences shortly on their roles and classroom strategies, and online training for familiarization of the remedial content will be  undertaken.

Coverage of students: Based on SA-I results. around 2.30,000 class 9 students and 56.000 class 5 students are identified to participate in GNANA DHAARA summer residential programme.

Extra-curricular activities are planned through local partners and organizations to provide holistic learning and development to child. Advance information and communication will be sent to SMCs and Parents.

Weekly Assessments will be conducted to track student progress and impact.

The Summer Residential Remedial program is intended to smoothly transition into the sustainable year-long continuous remediation. ensuring the flow of knowledge or Gnana Dhaara. The year-long remedial program for all classes would be integrated with regular classroom teaching  to provide continuous support to the low-performing students so that learning gaps can be addressed as and when they arise.

All District Educational Officers are appointed to the overall in-throne of the programme in their district and the success of the program. They are requested to implement the program in close coordination with POs. Dy. EOs. DIET Principals. AMOs and District Assessment Cell [DCEB] members.

Below are preparatory guidelines issues to all District Educational Officers- please leverage the services of District Assessment Cell [DCEB] members to ensure completion of all responsibilities:

1. Dissemination of Concept Note- GNANA DHAARA concept note is enclosed with these proceedings. A copy of this note should be circulated to all the stakeholders-POs. Dy. EOs. MEOs. DIET Principals. School Complex HMs. etc.
2 Creation of a pool of teachers- Identification of English. Mathematics, Physical Science, Biological Science, Telugu and P.E.T.s/P.Ds teachers, with minimum 20 teachers in each subject per mandal. The selected teachers should make themselves available for this programme in summer. However, final selection will be subject to the number of venues and requirement of teachers.
Teacher Selection Criteria:
i. Only those teachers from ZP/ Govt./ Municipal/ APMS/ SW/ TW/ APREI schools should be selected whose residence is in proximity to the selected Gnana Dhaara hostel campuses. (list of final hostels will be provided at a later date]
ii. The selected teachers must have a deep knowledge of the subject and should be well versed in activity based pedagogy.
iii.Teachers must be willing to give a self declaration to the Dept. staling they are interested in working for the said period as per guidelines specified by the Dept. in the GNANA DHAARA programme.
iv. Female teachers are to be preferred in hostel campuses where girls would be residing.

MEOs can lead the pooling process by nominating teachers. however the final list of teachers must be approved by the DEO. before submission to the Dept.

Teachers must be conveyed that they will receive Earned Leaves as per Rule FR 62(b).

Additionally. D.Ed students must be informed about the program, and selected to serve as in-house teachers at the hostels for the period of 30.04.201831.05.2018. List of selected D.Ed students must be collated at the district level and sent to the Dept.

3. Campus selection- Pnncipals of SW/ TW/APMS/ APREI/ KGBV schools must be engaged in discussion to confirm the capacity of their hostels. list of facilities available at their hostels. number and duties of their staff, and overall conduciveness of the campus to conduct the programme.

4 Selection of additional venue- 4 to 5 Pvt. Engineering colleges or Pvt /corporate school campuses with hostel facility per each education division. must be identif ied and kept reserved for the programme.

5. Safety and security- Principals of S.W/T.W./A.P.R.I.E.S./APMS/KGBV schools must be leveraged to identify highly secured campus to put up a separate campus for girls. Additionally, list of students along with emergency contact details of each student. must be provided to all nearby police stations.

6. Engaging Guest faculty- Convene a meeting with local NGOs/Personality Development experts/Motivational speakers/cultural programmes organizers/YogaiMeditation experts /Art experts and chalk out how their services can be utilized at the venues. NGOs must be engaged with the Dept. solely on volunteer basis. Each district must provide a list of minimum 5 organizations which would be willing to work in their hostels. in any of the above co-curricular category mentioned. The time slots available for co-curricular activities are mentioned in the concept note.

7. Awareness about the programme- Together with District Project Officer. a meeting with Dy.EOs. Sectorial Officers SSA. Principal DIET. MEOs and District Assessment Cell [DCEB) members must be convened and roles and responsibilities fixed specifically by assigning cluster wise in-charges.

Opportunities to utilize the services of D.Ed Students in the summer camp may also be pursued.

MEOs must be guided to make the teachers aware of the programme, who in turn communicate the same to the parents and prepare the parents and students to get ready for it.

While creating awareness among parents about the programme. care must be taken to not portray the performance of their child in a negative light. The message to be delivered is that the Dept of School Education is happy with their child's attendance in school and that to bolster the child's academic performance, as well to help the child develop in co-curricular activities, the Dept. has undertaken this programme. It must be portrayed as an opportunity for the child to learn and grow, and parents must be encouraged to send their children to the camps.

Further, you are informed that regarding the modalities of the said programme, a meeting with all the key stakeholders will be conducted at CSE office, due shortly. In view of this, all the District Educational Officers are requested to take action immediately on the above said items and send your feedback report on or before 26.03.2018.

Encl: GNANA DHAARA concept note

Commissioner of School Education
A.P Amaravati
SCERT Rc No 21-"GNANA DHAARA", Summer Residential Remedial Teaching programme to low performing students of class 5 & 9

SCERT Rc No 21-"GNANA DHAARA", Summer Residential Remedial Teaching programme to low performing students of class 5 & 9


Click Here to Get GNANA DHARA concept note and Proceeding Copy

Declaration of General Holiday on the Occasion of SRI RAMA NAVAMI on 26.03.2018 (MONDAY) instead of 25.03.2018 (SUNDAY)

Declaration of General Holiday on the Occasion of SRI RAMA NAVAMI on 26.03.2018 (MONDAY) instead of 25.03.2018 (SUNDAY)
 GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH

HOLIDAYS – Holidays under Negotiable instruments Act, 1881- Declaration of Holiday on the Occasion of SRI RAMA NAVAMI on 26.03.2018 (Monday) instead of 25.03.2018 (Sunday) – Notified.

GENERAL ADMINISTRATION (POLL.B) DEPARTMENT
G.O.RT.No. 679 Dated: 23-03-2018.

Read the following:-
1) G.O.Rt.No.2438, G.A.(Poll.B) Department, dated:31.10.2017.
2) From Commissioner, Endowments Department, Gollapudi, Vijayawada.
Lr No. DP1/Sriramanavami/2018, Dt.21-03-2018.

ORDER:
In the circumstances reported in the reference 2nd read above, Government have decided to change the Holiday on the occasion of SRI RAMA NAVAMI on 26.03.2018 (MONDAY) instead of 25.03.2018 (SUNDAY) under the Explanation to Section 25 of the Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 (Central Act XXVI of 1881). Accordingly, the following notification is issued and shall be published in the extra-ordinary Gazette of Andhra Pradesh State:

NOTIFICATION

In partial modification of the orders issued, notifying the Holidays under Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 in G.O.Rt.No.2438, General Administration (Poll.B) Department, dated:31.10.2017, Government hereby declare change of Holiday on 26.03.2018 (MONDAY) instead of 25.03.2018 (SUNDAY) on the occasion of SRI RAMA NAVAMI under Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881.

(BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF ANDHRA PRADEH)
SRIKANT NAGULAPALLI
SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT (POLITICAL)



GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH

HOLIDAYS – Declaration of General Holiday on the Occasion of SRI RAMA NAVAMI on 26.03.2018 (MONDAY) instead of 25.03.2018 (SUNDAY) – Notified.

GENERAL ADMINISTRATION (POLL.B) DEPARTMENT

G.O.RT.No. 680 Dated: 23-03-2018

Read the following:-
1) G.O.Rt.No.2437, G.A.(Poll.B) Department, dated:31.10.2017.
2) From Commissioner, Endowments Department, Gollapudi, Vijayawada. Lr No. DP1/Sriramanavami/2018, Dt.21-03-2018.

ORDER:
In the G.O. read above, Government have issued orders declaring 25.03.2018 (SUNDAY) as Holiday on the occasion of SRI RAMA NAVAMI.

2. In the letter 2nd read above, the Commissioner, Endowment Department, Vijayawada
has requested to change the holiday to 26.03.2018 (MONDAY) instead of 25.03.2018 on the
Occasion of SRI RAMA NAVAMI.

3. The Government, after careful consideration of the matter, have decided to change the General Holiday on the occasion of SRI RAMA NAVAMI on 26.03.2018 (MONDAY) instead of 25.03.2018 (SUNDAY). Accordingly, the following notification is issued and shall be published in the extra-ordinary Gazette of Andhra Pradesh State:

NOTIFICATION

In partial modification of the orders issued in G.O.Rt.No.2437, General Administration (Poll.B) Department, dt:31.10.2017, notifying the General Holidays and Optional Holidays, the Government hereby declare 26.03.2018 (MONDAY) as General Holiday on the occasion of SRI RAMA NAVAMI instead of 25.03.2018 (SUNDAY).

(BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF ANDHRA PRADEH)
SRIKANT NAGULAPALLI
SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT ( POLITICAL)

Click Here to Get G.O.RT.No. 679, Dated: 23-03-2018.

Click Here to Get G.O.RT.No. 680, Dated: 23-03-2018.
Declaration of General Holiday on the Occasion of SRI RAMA NAVAMI on 26.03.2018 (MONDAY) instead of 25.03.2018 (SUNDAY)
 GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH

HOLIDAYS – Holidays under Negotiable instruments Act, 1881- Declaration of Holiday on the Occasion of SRI RAMA NAVAMI on 26.03.2018 (Monday) instead of 25.03.2018 (Sunday) – Notified.

GENERAL ADMINISTRATION (POLL.B) DEPARTMENT
G.O.RT.No. 679 Dated: 23-03-2018.

Read the following:-
1) G.O.Rt.No.2438, G.A.(Poll.B) Department, dated:31.10.2017.
2) From Commissioner, Endowments Department, Gollapudi, Vijayawada.
Lr No. DP1/Sriramanavami/2018, Dt.21-03-2018.

ORDER:
In the circumstances reported in the reference 2nd read above, Government have decided to change the Holiday on the occasion of SRI RAMA NAVAMI on 26.03.2018 (MONDAY) instead of 25.03.2018 (SUNDAY) under the Explanation to Section 25 of the Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 (Central Act XXVI of 1881). Accordingly, the following notification is issued and shall be published in the extra-ordinary Gazette of Andhra Pradesh State:

NOTIFICATION

In partial modification of the orders issued, notifying the Holidays under Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 in G.O.Rt.No.2438, General Administration (Poll.B) Department, dated:31.10.2017, Government hereby declare change of Holiday on 26.03.2018 (MONDAY) instead of 25.03.2018 (SUNDAY) on the occasion of SRI RAMA NAVAMI under Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881.

(BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF ANDHRA PRADEH)
SRIKANT NAGULAPALLI
SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT (POLITICAL)



GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH

HOLIDAYS – Declaration of General Holiday on the Occasion of SRI RAMA NAVAMI on 26.03.2018 (MONDAY) instead of 25.03.2018 (SUNDAY) – Notified.

GENERAL ADMINISTRATION (POLL.B) DEPARTMENT

G.O.RT.No. 680 Dated: 23-03-2018

Read the following:-
1) G.O.Rt.No.2437, G.A.(Poll.B) Department, dated:31.10.2017.
2) From Commissioner, Endowments Department, Gollapudi, Vijayawada. Lr No. DP1/Sriramanavami/2018, Dt.21-03-2018.

ORDER:
In the G.O. read above, Government have issued orders declaring 25.03.2018 (SUNDAY) as Holiday on the occasion of SRI RAMA NAVAMI.

2. In the letter 2nd read above, the Commissioner, Endowment Department, Vijayawada
has requested to change the holiday to 26.03.2018 (MONDAY) instead of 25.03.2018 on the
Occasion of SRI RAMA NAVAMI.

3. The Government, after careful consideration of the matter, have decided to change the General Holiday on the occasion of SRI RAMA NAVAMI on 26.03.2018 (MONDAY) instead of 25.03.2018 (SUNDAY). Accordingly, the following notification is issued and shall be published in the extra-ordinary Gazette of Andhra Pradesh State:

NOTIFICATION

In partial modification of the orders issued in G.O.Rt.No.2437, General Administration (Poll.B) Department, dt:31.10.2017, notifying the General Holidays and Optional Holidays, the Government hereby declare 26.03.2018 (MONDAY) as General Holiday on the occasion of SRI RAMA NAVAMI instead of 25.03.2018 (SUNDAY).

(BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF ANDHRA PRADEH)
SRIKANT NAGULAPALLI
SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT ( POLITICAL)

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Click Here to Get G.O.RT.No. 680, Dated: 23-03-2018.

Thursday, 22 March 2018

CFMS( Comprehensive Financial Management System) -Salaries for E Kuber - Paperless Transactions

CFMS( Comprehensive Financial Management System) -Salaries  for E Kuber - Paperless Transactions

CFMS( Comprehensive Financial Management System) -Salaries  for E Kuber - Paperless Transactions

What is CFMS ?
C F M S- Comprehensive Financial Management System
(Paperless transactions)w.e.f 0 1-04-2018

Comprehensive Financial Management System (CFMS) is an enterprise level application designed, developed and implemented by Andhra Pradesh Centre for Financial Systems and Services (APCFSS) on behalf of the Finance Department, on the SAP S4 HANA platform.

Each and every financial transaction (i.e., bills payment, challan receipt, accounting) is online and paperless.

CFMS( Comprehensive Financial Management System) -Salaries for E Kuber - Paperless Transactions


ROLE OF DDO(DRAWING AND DISBURSING OFFICER)

The HOO/DDO shall identify Maker, Checker and Submitter (DDO) in his office.

 Who is Maker??
Maker is an employee (JA/SA) who prepares and processes the bill and forward to the
Checker/Submitter with his remarks. (i.e., case worker in Legacy HRMS system).

Who is Checker??

Checker is an employee (Superintendent/Manager/Section Head) who checks and forward the bill to the submitter (DDO) with his remarks. Checker cannot make any corrections in the Bill. He can write his comments in the box provided.

Who is Submitter??(DDO)

Submitter is an officer i.e., the DDO who approve and submit the bill to the Treasury Office, with his remarks with digital Signature (Biometric authentication) if the bill is correct in every aspect. Otherwise the DDO will return the bill to the Checker/Maker with his/her observations for resubmission.

How to Process the bill in CFMS  ???

•Role of Maker (JA/SA)
•Role of Checker (Superintendent)
•Role of Submitter (DDO)

Workflow Configurator(Office Order)

a)  The Head of the Office shall identify who is maker, checker and Submitter(DDO)  in his office and entrust the subjects with seven tier classification.

b)  Multiple makers can also be allowed.But one maker shall be allowed one HOA. 2

c)  c)Multiple checkers can also be allowed .But one checker shall be allowed only one HOA.

   Userid and Passwords

(8) Digit Employee ID allotted by the CFMS is the  Userid

Default password  will be provided by the CFMS.

Password shall be changed at the first instance after 1stand login into CFMS

Role of Maker(JA/SA)

The    maker    shall    logon    into    CFMS    by    his    login    id    and    password    in https://apfinance.apcfss.in website.
a)  Click on Bill Generation Module (BLM) Bill Lifecycle Management b)  Click on Create Bill.
c)  Click on the Type of bill as per the requirement (i.e AC -DC Bills / HR Bills/Non HR Bills / WorkBills etc).
d)  Prepare the bill in system duly filling all columns.

e)  Scan and Upload the required documents in PDF mode wherever required.

f)   After complete processing of the bill the maker shall write his remarks regarding the bill and click on save and send button.
g)  Now a unique number is generated for the bill.(Unique for entire state)(i.e it may be the tbr no ortoken no as in Legacy system )
h)  FIFO (First In First Out) is observed at all levels.

i)   Click on the name of the individual (i.e checker) to whom the maker shall send the bill for further processing.

ROLE OF CHECKER(SUPERINTENDENT / SECTION OFFICER)


a)  The checker shall verify all the necessary requirements for the bill. b)  The checker cannot make any modifications in the bill.
c)  Then the checker shall write his remarks and save and send the bill to the Submitter.

ROLE OF SUBMITTER(DDO)

a)  The Submitter shall  verify the bill in all aspects ,approve and send it to the Treasury with his digital signature(Bio Metric Authentication) if the bill is in order.

b)  Otherwise  the  bill  shall  be  returned  to  the  Checker/Maker  with  his  objection  for resubmission.

c) The bills returned by the Treasury will be posted in the inbox of the Submitter. He in turn shall have to send them to the maker for rectification and resubmission

Other Points( to be observed at DDO level)

a)  After submission of the bill by the DDO to the Treasury, it directly goes to inbox of the

Concerned Auditor at Treasury.

b)  In respect of Contingent bills,  voucher wise bills shall be prepared and submitted to the

Treasury i.e One bill for one Voucher

c) Eight digit employee id will be assigned by CFMS in place of existing employee id. d) Bill number shall be written on each and every enclosure before scanning.
e) If budget is not available, the budget bills are not generated at DDO level.

f) In respect of budget bills if any amount is remitted back to Government account, the same will be raised in the Head of Account from which it is drawn if the transaction is in the
same financial year (For Ex : TA Advance)

g) TBR , Form 101 , Paper Token , Physical instruments are not required in C F M S Bill submission.
h) The Corrections if any in the bill shall have to be carried out by the Maker only.

i) The bill number once generated cannot be cancelled and resubmissions can be made only with the same bill number.
j)   In respect of small offices, checker is not mandatory. If there is only one official working in an office, he shall act as maker and submitter with respective logins.
k)  There is no Treasury Bank Branch such as SBI, Andhra Bank etc for conducting Government Payments. All payments are made through e-Kuber a payment gateway of RBI
l) Preparation of pay bills in CFMS from 04/2018 payable on or after 01-05-2018:-

i) The salary bills shall be generated inDDO Request as per existing procedure. ii) The Bills shall be submitted in DDO Request as per existing procedure iii)TBR Number will be generated as per existing procedure.
iv)After fifteen minutes the bill will automatically be populated in Submitter

Login-(CFMS)

v) (DDO) who verifies the same and submit to the Treasury for payment with his digital signature.

ROLE OF TREASURY

Work flow configuration at Treasury. (Office Order)

Initially, the Treasury Officer shall complete the work flow configuration. It is
Mandatory.

The Head of the Office at Treasury shall assign the work distribution to the each and every Accountant with 7 tier classification.

The Head of the Office at Treasury shall also identify the verifier at Treasury Level, assign the work distribution with 7 tier classification (not mandatory)

The Head of Office at District Treasury shall also identify the Approver at Treasury level, assign the work distribution with 7 tier classification.

Userid and Passwords

(8) Digit Employee ID allotted by the CFMS is “Userid”

Default password will be provided by the CFMS

Password shall be changed at first instance after 1st login into CFMS


Role of Auditor (SA/JA)

a)  The auditor i.e the Senior Accountant or the Junior Accountant in the Treasury Office shall login with his login id and Password into the CFMS website, verify the inbox  and conduct required checks in the bills along with the scanned documents save and forward with his remarks to the verifier duly appending his digital signature(Bio Metric Authentication) if  the bill is in order..
b)  If the claim is not in order , the auditor shall write his objections in the box provided save and forward to the Verifier with his digital signature.
c)FIFO is enabled DDO wise and HOA wise.

d)The Auditor cannot return the bill to the DDO directly.

e) No change in the exiting Treasury Audit Procedures

ROLE OF VERIFIER (TREASURY OFFICER)

a)  The Verifier shall verify the correctness of the bill with reference to the Treasury/Financial/ Other rules /instructions  of  the  Government  /HOD  in force  and  scanned  documents enclosed to the bill, save and forward the bill with his/her remarks to the approver if the bill is in order, duly appending digital signature .
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b)If the claim is not in order, the verifier shall write his/her objections in the box provided and forward to the Approver with his/her digital signature.
c) FIFO is enabled DDO wise and HOA wise.

d) The Verifier cannot return the bill to the Auditor/DDO directly. e)  The role of verifier is not mandatory.
f) No change in the existing Treasury Audit Procedures


ROLE OF APPROVER(STO/ATO/AD/DD)

a)  The Approver shall verify the correctness of the bill with reference to the Treasury/Financial/  Other  rules  /instructions  of  the  Government  /HOD  in  force  and scanned documents enclosed to the bill.
b)  The Approver shall approve the bill if it is in order, duly appending digital signature. c)  If the claim is not in order, the Approver shall write his/her objections in the box
d)   Provided and return to the DDO with his/her digital signature. e)  FIFO is enabled DDO wise and HOA wise.
f)    No change in the existing Treasury Audit Procedures

 P a yme nt to Bene fici a r y A/c  through  “e -Kuber Payment Gateway.

a)  As the Approver approves the claim, it is sent to the CFMS Central agency to arrange payment to the beneficiary through a secure payment gateway i.e   e- Kuber
b)  After approval of the bills by the Treasury officers,  they will be pushed to the central

Servermaintained by APCFSS.

c) The central Payment Processing team at APCFSS will process the data to the RBI directly for payment at regular intervals through payment gateway e kuber.
d) The amounts will be directly credited to beneficiary account i.e DBT Direct Beneficiary transfer, if the bank details are correct.

e)  If the bank details are not correct, the transaction in respect of that beneficiary only is failed.

f)   In respect of failure transactions, the amounts will be reversed to 8658 suspense Head of

Account and booked in the concerned Sub Treasury Accounts.

g) The details of failure transaction will be displayed directly in the DDO Login.

h) The DDO has to rectify the omissions and re-upload the correct data to the respective treasury.

i)On receipt of the correct data from the DDO, the concerned Accountant at Treasury will generate a bill under 8658 HOA , Process the same for payment through Online.

j) The details of failure transactions are not displayed in Treasury login.

RECEIPTS(Challan remittances)

a)  Citizen / Department will login in CFMS portal , select the purpose , HOA , Place of

Payment etc., and fill the challan in system.

b)  One “Form Number” will be generated after filling the data and the same will be sent to cell number/ email id of the Citizen/ department.
c) The same data will be ported to the bank branches of SBI

d) The remitter can remit the amount in any SBI branch at any place of his choice e) The payment can be made either in cash or through net banking.
f) Challan number will be generated on payment of the amount only. g) The challan number is unique for the entire state.
h) The Challan number will be sent to the Citizen/Department through SMS / email.

i) The citizen / Department can take out Print in CFMS Portal using the Form Number /challan number received earlier.

j) Immediately on payment, the data will automatically be sent to respective DDO and Treasury.

Complied by

Sri P.V. Bhoga Rao
Deputy Director
District Treasury, E.G.Dist
Kakinada


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CFMS( Comprehensive Financial Management System) -Salaries  for E Kuber - Paperless Transactions

CFMS( Comprehensive Financial Management System) -Salaries  for E Kuber - Paperless Transactions

What is CFMS ?
C F M S- Comprehensive Financial Management System
(Paperless transactions)w.e.f 0 1-04-2018

Comprehensive Financial Management System (CFMS) is an enterprise level application designed, developed and implemented by Andhra Pradesh Centre for Financial Systems and Services (APCFSS) on behalf of the Finance Department, on the SAP S4 HANA platform.

Each and every financial transaction (i.e., bills payment, challan receipt, accounting) is online and paperless.

CFMS( Comprehensive Financial Management System) -Salaries for E Kuber - Paperless Transactions


ROLE OF DDO(DRAWING AND DISBURSING OFFICER)

The HOO/DDO shall identify Maker, Checker and Submitter (DDO) in his office.

 Who is Maker??
Maker is an employee (JA/SA) who prepares and processes the bill and forward to the
Checker/Submitter with his remarks. (i.e., case worker in Legacy HRMS system).

Who is Checker??

Checker is an employee (Superintendent/Manager/Section Head) who checks and forward the bill to the submitter (DDO) with his remarks. Checker cannot make any corrections in the Bill. He can write his comments in the box provided.

Who is Submitter??(DDO)

Submitter is an officer i.e., the DDO who approve and submit the bill to the Treasury Office, with his remarks with digital Signature (Biometric authentication) if the bill is correct in every aspect. Otherwise the DDO will return the bill to the Checker/Maker with his/her observations for resubmission.

How to Process the bill in CFMS  ???

•Role of Maker (JA/SA)
•Role of Checker (Superintendent)
•Role of Submitter (DDO)

Workflow Configurator(Office Order)

a)  The Head of the Office shall identify who is maker, checker and Submitter(DDO)  in his office and entrust the subjects with seven tier classification.

b)  Multiple makers can also be allowed.But one maker shall be allowed one HOA. 2

c)  c)Multiple checkers can also be allowed .But one checker shall be allowed only one HOA.

   Userid and Passwords

(8) Digit Employee ID allotted by the CFMS is the  Userid

Default password  will be provided by the CFMS.

Password shall be changed at the first instance after 1stand login into CFMS

Role of Maker(JA/SA)

The    maker    shall    logon    into    CFMS    by    his    login    id    and    password    in https://apfinance.apcfss.in website.
a)  Click on Bill Generation Module (BLM) Bill Lifecycle Management b)  Click on Create Bill.
c)  Click on the Type of bill as per the requirement (i.e AC -DC Bills / HR Bills/Non HR Bills / WorkBills etc).
d)  Prepare the bill in system duly filling all columns.

e)  Scan and Upload the required documents in PDF mode wherever required.

f)   After complete processing of the bill the maker shall write his remarks regarding the bill and click on save and send button.
g)  Now a unique number is generated for the bill.(Unique for entire state)(i.e it may be the tbr no ortoken no as in Legacy system )
h)  FIFO (First In First Out) is observed at all levels.

i)   Click on the name of the individual (i.e checker) to whom the maker shall send the bill for further processing.

ROLE OF CHECKER(SUPERINTENDENT / SECTION OFFICER)


a)  The checker shall verify all the necessary requirements for the bill. b)  The checker cannot make any modifications in the bill.
c)  Then the checker shall write his remarks and save and send the bill to the Submitter.

ROLE OF SUBMITTER(DDO)

a)  The Submitter shall  verify the bill in all aspects ,approve and send it to the Treasury with his digital signature(Bio Metric Authentication) if the bill is in order.

b)  Otherwise  the  bill  shall  be  returned  to  the  Checker/Maker  with  his  objection  for resubmission.

c) The bills returned by the Treasury will be posted in the inbox of the Submitter. He in turn shall have to send them to the maker for rectification and resubmission

Other Points( to be observed at DDO level)

a)  After submission of the bill by the DDO to the Treasury, it directly goes to inbox of the

Concerned Auditor at Treasury.

b)  In respect of Contingent bills,  voucher wise bills shall be prepared and submitted to the

Treasury i.e One bill for one Voucher

c) Eight digit employee id will be assigned by CFMS in place of existing employee id. d) Bill number shall be written on each and every enclosure before scanning.
e) If budget is not available, the budget bills are not generated at DDO level.

f) In respect of budget bills if any amount is remitted back to Government account, the same will be raised in the Head of Account from which it is drawn if the transaction is in the
same financial year (For Ex : TA Advance)

g) TBR , Form 101 , Paper Token , Physical instruments are not required in C F M S Bill submission.
h) The Corrections if any in the bill shall have to be carried out by the Maker only.

i) The bill number once generated cannot be cancelled and resubmissions can be made only with the same bill number.
j)   In respect of small offices, checker is not mandatory. If there is only one official working in an office, he shall act as maker and submitter with respective logins.
k)  There is no Treasury Bank Branch such as SBI, Andhra Bank etc for conducting Government Payments. All payments are made through e-Kuber a payment gateway of RBI
l) Preparation of pay bills in CFMS from 04/2018 payable on or after 01-05-2018:-

i) The salary bills shall be generated inDDO Request as per existing procedure. ii) The Bills shall be submitted in DDO Request as per existing procedure iii)TBR Number will be generated as per existing procedure.
iv)After fifteen minutes the bill will automatically be populated in Submitter

Login-(CFMS)

v) (DDO) who verifies the same and submit to the Treasury for payment with his digital signature.

ROLE OF TREASURY

Work flow configuration at Treasury. (Office Order)

Initially, the Treasury Officer shall complete the work flow configuration. It is
Mandatory.

The Head of the Office at Treasury shall assign the work distribution to the each and every Accountant with 7 tier classification.

The Head of the Office at Treasury shall also identify the verifier at Treasury Level, assign the work distribution with 7 tier classification (not mandatory)

The Head of Office at District Treasury shall also identify the Approver at Treasury level, assign the work distribution with 7 tier classification.

Userid and Passwords

(8) Digit Employee ID allotted by the CFMS is “Userid”

Default password will be provided by the CFMS

Password shall be changed at first instance after 1st login into CFMS


Role of Auditor (SA/JA)

a)  The auditor i.e the Senior Accountant or the Junior Accountant in the Treasury Office shall login with his login id and Password into the CFMS website, verify the inbox  and conduct required checks in the bills along with the scanned documents save and forward with his remarks to the verifier duly appending his digital signature(Bio Metric Authentication) if  the bill is in order..
b)  If the claim is not in order , the auditor shall write his objections in the box provided save and forward to the Verifier with his digital signature.
c)FIFO is enabled DDO wise and HOA wise.

d)The Auditor cannot return the bill to the DDO directly.

e) No change in the exiting Treasury Audit Procedures

ROLE OF VERIFIER (TREASURY OFFICER)

a)  The Verifier shall verify the correctness of the bill with reference to the Treasury/Financial/ Other rules /instructions  of  the  Government  /HOD  in force  and  scanned  documents enclosed to the bill, save and forward the bill with his/her remarks to the approver if the bill is in order, duly appending digital signature .
5

b)If the claim is not in order, the verifier shall write his/her objections in the box provided and forward to the Approver with his/her digital signature.
c) FIFO is enabled DDO wise and HOA wise.

d) The Verifier cannot return the bill to the Auditor/DDO directly. e)  The role of verifier is not mandatory.
f) No change in the existing Treasury Audit Procedures


ROLE OF APPROVER(STO/ATO/AD/DD)

a)  The Approver shall verify the correctness of the bill with reference to the Treasury/Financial/  Other  rules  /instructions  of  the  Government  /HOD  in  force  and scanned documents enclosed to the bill.
b)  The Approver shall approve the bill if it is in order, duly appending digital signature. c)  If the claim is not in order, the Approver shall write his/her objections in the box
d)   Provided and return to the DDO with his/her digital signature. e)  FIFO is enabled DDO wise and HOA wise.
f)    No change in the existing Treasury Audit Procedures

 P a yme nt to Bene fici a r y A/c  through  “e -Kuber Payment Gateway.

a)  As the Approver approves the claim, it is sent to the CFMS Central agency to arrange payment to the beneficiary through a secure payment gateway i.e   e- Kuber
b)  After approval of the bills by the Treasury officers,  they will be pushed to the central

Servermaintained by APCFSS.

c) The central Payment Processing team at APCFSS will process the data to the RBI directly for payment at regular intervals through payment gateway e kuber.
d) The amounts will be directly credited to beneficiary account i.e DBT Direct Beneficiary transfer, if the bank details are correct.

e)  If the bank details are not correct, the transaction in respect of that beneficiary only is failed.

f)   In respect of failure transactions, the amounts will be reversed to 8658 suspense Head of

Account and booked in the concerned Sub Treasury Accounts.

g) The details of failure transaction will be displayed directly in the DDO Login.

h) The DDO has to rectify the omissions and re-upload the correct data to the respective treasury.

i)On receipt of the correct data from the DDO, the concerned Accountant at Treasury will generate a bill under 8658 HOA , Process the same for payment through Online.

j) The details of failure transactions are not displayed in Treasury login.

RECEIPTS(Challan remittances)

a)  Citizen / Department will login in CFMS portal , select the purpose , HOA , Place of

Payment etc., and fill the challan in system.

b)  One “Form Number” will be generated after filling the data and the same will be sent to cell number/ email id of the Citizen/ department.
c) The same data will be ported to the bank branches of SBI

d) The remitter can remit the amount in any SBI branch at any place of his choice e) The payment can be made either in cash or through net banking.
f) Challan number will be generated on payment of the amount only. g) The challan number is unique for the entire state.
h) The Challan number will be sent to the Citizen/Department through SMS / email.

i) The citizen / Department can take out Print in CFMS Portal using the Form Number /challan number received earlier.

j) Immediately on payment, the data will automatically be sent to respective DDO and Treasury.

Complied by

Sri P.V. Bhoga Rao
Deputy Director
District Treasury, E.G.Dist
Kakinada


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AP Rc No 80 - Conduct Anti-Tobacco Awareness and preventive campaigns in all Offices & Schools and Display of Boards in all Educational Institutions - Instructions - Issued

AP Rc No 80 - Conduct Anti-Tobacco Awareness and preventive campaigns in all Offices & Schools and Display of Boards in all Educational Institutions - Instructions - Issued

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

Rc. NO. 80/A&I/2018    Dated: 19-03-2018

Sub:- School Education - The Cigarettes and Other Tobacco Products (Prohibition of advertisement and regulation of trade and Commerce, Production, Supply and Distribution) Act 34/2003 Conduct Anti-Tobacco Awareness and preventive campaigns in all Offices & Schools and Display of Boards in all Educational Institutions - Instructions - Issued.

Read:- 1) The Cigarettes and Other Tobacco Products (Prohibition of Advertisement and Regulation of Trade and Commerce, Production, Supply and Distribution) Act, 2003 (Act 34/2003)
2) Amendments, 19-1-2010, 5-3-2010, 27-3-2011, 11-8-2011, 27-10-2011, 21-9-2012, 23-5-2017 etc., to Act 34/2003

All the Regional Joint Directors of School Education / District Educational Officers / Principals of DIETs, CTEs, IASEs in the State are informed that, in the ref. 1st read above, Govt. of India enacted the Cigarettes and Other Tobacco Products ( Prohibition of Advertisement and Regulation of Trade and Commerce, Production, Supply and Distribution) Act , 2003 (34/2003)" for prohibition of smoking, tobacco products, advertisement and regulation of trade and commerce, production, supply and distribution. Further, in the ref. 2nd read above, Govt of India has issued amendments from time to time.
In the Amendment, dated: 19-1-2010, Govt. of India the following rules were incorporated to the Act 34/2003.

1. Educational institution" means any place or centre where educational institutions are imparted according to the specific norms and include any school / college and institution of higher learning established or recognised by *me an appropriate authority.

2.    Display of Board by Educational Institutions:
i)    The owner or manager or any person in charge of affairs of they educational institution shall display and exhibit a board at a conspicuous place outside the premises, prominently stating that sale of cigarettes and other Tobacco products in an area within a radius of ne hundred yards of educational institution is strictly prohibited and that is an offence punishable under Section 24 of the Act with fine which may extend to two hundred rupees.

ii) The distance of one hundred yards referred to in sub-rule (1), shall be measured radially starting from the outer limit of the boundary wall or fence, as the case may be of the educational institution.
Further, the Health & Family Welfare Department, Govt., of India has furnished the following  information on usage of tobacco and its repercussions, diseases etc., to create awareness and to take  preventive steps among the public / students. Copies of the pamphlets on the points are enclosed herewith.

1) What is Tobacco
2) Tobacco is addictive
3) What in Reality are Tobacco users consuming
4) Alarming Health Related Facts
5) Tobacco Burden and Prevalence
6) What in Reality are Tobacco usage consuming?
7) How does the Tobacco industry target youth?
8) Passive smoking (Second hand Smoke (SHS)
9) What youth can do?

Therefore, all the Regional Joint Directors of School Education / District Educational Officers/ Principals, DIETs, CTEs and IASE are requested to conduct Anti-Tobacco awareness campaigns and to take preventives steps in their respective offices and also issue necessary instructions to all Field officers / Headmasters of all schools to conduct Anti-Tobacco Awareness Campaigns and to take preventive steps in their jurisdiction, duly following the above guidelines.

Further they are also requested to take all necessary steps to display of Boards in all Educational Institutions of all managements as per the above said instructions (Amendment, dated: 19-1-2010 to Act 34/2003) without fail and submit compliance.

These instructions should be followed scrupulously.

M VENKATA KRISHNA REDDY
For COMMISSIONER OF SCHOOL EDUCATION

Click Here to Get Rc. NO. 80/A&I/2018,Dated: 19-03-2018
AP Rc No 80 - Conduct Anti-Tobacco Awareness and preventive campaigns in all Offices & Schools and Display of Boards in all Educational Institutions - Instructions - Issued

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

Rc. NO. 80/A&I/2018    Dated: 19-03-2018

Sub:- School Education - The Cigarettes and Other Tobacco Products (Prohibition of advertisement and regulation of trade and Commerce, Production, Supply and Distribution) Act 34/2003 Conduct Anti-Tobacco Awareness and preventive campaigns in all Offices & Schools and Display of Boards in all Educational Institutions - Instructions - Issued.

Read:- 1) The Cigarettes and Other Tobacco Products (Prohibition of Advertisement and Regulation of Trade and Commerce, Production, Supply and Distribution) Act, 2003 (Act 34/2003)
2) Amendments, 19-1-2010, 5-3-2010, 27-3-2011, 11-8-2011, 27-10-2011, 21-9-2012, 23-5-2017 etc., to Act 34/2003

All the Regional Joint Directors of School Education / District Educational Officers / Principals of DIETs, CTEs, IASEs in the State are informed that, in the ref. 1st read above, Govt. of India enacted the Cigarettes and Other Tobacco Products ( Prohibition of Advertisement and Regulation of Trade and Commerce, Production, Supply and Distribution) Act , 2003 (34/2003)" for prohibition of smoking, tobacco products, advertisement and regulation of trade and commerce, production, supply and distribution. Further, in the ref. 2nd read above, Govt of India has issued amendments from time to time.
In the Amendment, dated: 19-1-2010, Govt. of India the following rules were incorporated to the Act 34/2003.

1. Educational institution" means any place or centre where educational institutions are imparted according to the specific norms and include any school / college and institution of higher learning established or recognised by *me an appropriate authority.

2.    Display of Board by Educational Institutions:
i)    The owner or manager or any person in charge of affairs of they educational institution shall display and exhibit a board at a conspicuous place outside the premises, prominently stating that sale of cigarettes and other Tobacco products in an area within a radius of ne hundred yards of educational institution is strictly prohibited and that is an offence punishable under Section 24 of the Act with fine which may extend to two hundred rupees.

ii) The distance of one hundred yards referred to in sub-rule (1), shall be measured radially starting from the outer limit of the boundary wall or fence, as the case may be of the educational institution.
Further, the Health & Family Welfare Department, Govt., of India has furnished the following  information on usage of tobacco and its repercussions, diseases etc., to create awareness and to take  preventive steps among the public / students. Copies of the pamphlets on the points are enclosed herewith.

1) What is Tobacco
2) Tobacco is addictive
3) What in Reality are Tobacco users consuming
4) Alarming Health Related Facts
5) Tobacco Burden and Prevalence
6) What in Reality are Tobacco usage consuming?
7) How does the Tobacco industry target youth?
8) Passive smoking (Second hand Smoke (SHS)
9) What youth can do?

Therefore, all the Regional Joint Directors of School Education / District Educational Officers/ Principals, DIETs, CTEs and IASE are requested to conduct Anti-Tobacco awareness campaigns and to take preventives steps in their respective offices and also issue necessary instructions to all Field officers / Headmasters of all schools to conduct Anti-Tobacco Awareness Campaigns and to take preventive steps in their jurisdiction, duly following the above guidelines.

Further they are also requested to take all necessary steps to display of Boards in all Educational Institutions of all managements as per the above said instructions (Amendment, dated: 19-1-2010 to Act 34/2003) without fail and submit compliance.

These instructions should be followed scrupulously.

M VENKATA KRISHNA REDDY
For COMMISSIONER OF SCHOOL EDUCATION

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Wednesday, 21 March 2018

Rc No 71 - Enhancement Fixed Travel Allowance to the ALA Master Coaches for the period of 3 months Revised orders

PROCEEDINGS OF THE STATE PROJECT DIRECTOR,
SARVA SHIKSHA ABHIYAN:ANDHRA PRADESH, AMARAVATI.
Present: - Sri G.Srinivas,I.A.S.,

Rc. No. 71/A3/APSSA/2016    Dated:20-03-2018

Sub:- APSSA. Amaravati - Pedagogy - Quality initiative Implementation of Ananda Lahari Abhyasana (ALA) Programme - Enhancement Fixed Travel Allowance to the ALA Master Coaches for the period of 3 months Revised orders - Issued-Reg.

Ref:- I. Letter RC No.11/C/C&T.SCERT/2016, dt.06.11.2017 of the Commissioner of School Education, Ibrahimpatnam. Andhra Pradesh. Amaravati.
2. This office Proceedings Rc No. Rc. No.  71/A3/APSSA/2016. Dt.04.12.2017.
3. Minutes of the ALA Review meeting held on  01-02-2018 at Commissioner of School Education.
4. Letter Rc No. I I IC/C&T.SCERT/2016, 41103.2018 of the Director, SCERT,AndhraPradesh,Amaravati.

ORDER:
In Continuation of this office Proceeding vide reference 2nd cited , to pay the fixed remuneration to the ALA III master coaches @ Rs. 1500/- for month for 3 months.

In the reference 4th cited , minutes was received from Director , SCERT, AP,Amaravati for "MCs FTA per month is enhanced from Rs. 1500/- to 3000/- w.e.f from the date of relief.

In the context , all the District Educational Officers and Project Officers of Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan in the State are hereby directed to enhance the Fixed Travel Allowance to the Master Coaches @ Rs.3000/- instead of Rs.1500/- for month for 3 months based on the Minutes w.e.f the Date of relief of the Master Coaches.

This has got approval of the State Project Director, Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan ,AndhraPradesh.

Sd/-
for State Project Director
PROCEEDINGS OF THE STATE PROJECT DIRECTOR,
SARVA SHIKSHA ABHIYAN:ANDHRA PRADESH, AMARAVATI.
Present: - Sri G.Srinivas,I.A.S.,

Rc. No. 71/A3/APSSA/2016    Dated:20-03-2018

Sub:- APSSA. Amaravati - Pedagogy - Quality initiative Implementation of Ananda Lahari Abhyasana (ALA) Programme - Enhancement Fixed Travel Allowance to the ALA Master Coaches for the period of 3 months Revised orders - Issued-Reg.

Ref:- I. Letter RC No.11/C/C&T.SCERT/2016, dt.06.11.2017 of the Commissioner of School Education, Ibrahimpatnam. Andhra Pradesh. Amaravati.
2. This office Proceedings Rc No. Rc. No.  71/A3/APSSA/2016. Dt.04.12.2017.
3. Minutes of the ALA Review meeting held on  01-02-2018 at Commissioner of School Education.
4. Letter Rc No. I I IC/C&T.SCERT/2016, 41103.2018 of the Director, SCERT,AndhraPradesh,Amaravati.

ORDER:
In Continuation of this office Proceeding vide reference 2nd cited , to pay the fixed remuneration to the ALA III master coaches @ Rs. 1500/- for month for 3 months.

In the reference 4th cited , minutes was received from Director , SCERT, AP,Amaravati for "MCs FTA per month is enhanced from Rs. 1500/- to 3000/- w.e.f from the date of relief.

In the context , all the District Educational Officers and Project Officers of Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan in the State are hereby directed to enhance the Fixed Travel Allowance to the Master Coaches @ Rs.3000/- instead of Rs.1500/- for month for 3 months based on the Minutes w.e.f the Date of relief of the Master Coaches.

This has got approval of the State Project Director, Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan ,AndhraPradesh.

Sd/-
for State Project Director

APRc 79 - Implementation of Virtual Classrooms in the state and Uploading Pictures in the Mobile Application-certain instructions - issued

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

Rc.No.79/1T-Cell (PMU)/2016  Date:13/03/2018

Sub:- School Education - IT Cell - Implementation of Virtual Classrooms in the state and Uploading Pictures in the Mobile Application-certain instructions - issued - Reg.

Ref:- 1. Note Orders of CSE
2.Honourable Chief Minister Review meeting held on 07/11/2017.
3.Letter addressed to the Managing Director, APSFL on 30/11/2017.
4.Letter No. APSFL 14036(81)/1/2017 PM-VCR-APSFL, Dated on 08/12/2017.

All the Regional Joint Directors and District Educational Officers in the state are invited to the reference cited above wherein the Honorable Chief Minister desires to provide Virtual Classrooms (VCR) facility for all the High schools in the state. You are aware that Schools are identified for setting up of VCR's and locations for district and state studios are identified. Budget estimates are to be given by DEO's for establishing District Studios with the below enclosed facilities.

In the above context to ensure effective monitoring and expeditious completion of the required civil works and other facilities at the schools a mobile application is developed and deployed in Google Play store for uploading pictures and other facilities in the schools relating to Virtual Classrooms.

All the DEO's are instructed to give necessary instructions to the concerned Head masters for uploading the pictures of the completed civil works and other facilities available in the schools for establishing Virtual Classrooms. User manual for the application is enclosed.

This may be treated as most urgent. Please be aware that Hon'ble Chief Minister Garu is directly monitoring progress.

Link for application
https: / / play.google.com /store/ apps/ details?id=com.gumbi.nithishv.apeducationdept
User ID- School UDISE Code
Password- admin

Enclosures-
1. Civil works and facilities to be done for establishing District Studio's
2. User manual for Mobile application.

Sd/- K. Sandhya Rani
COMMISSIONER OF SCHOOL EDUCATION

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

Rc.No.79/1T-Cell (PMU)/2016  Date:13/03/2018

Sub:- School Education - IT Cell - Implementation of Virtual Classrooms in the state and Uploading Pictures in the Mobile Application-certain instructions - issued - Reg.

Ref:- 1. Note Orders of CSE
2.Honourable Chief Minister Review meeting held on 07/11/2017.
3.Letter addressed to the Managing Director, APSFL on 30/11/2017.
4.Letter No. APSFL 14036(81)/1/2017 PM-VCR-APSFL, Dated on 08/12/2017.

All the Regional Joint Directors and District Educational Officers in the state are invited to the reference cited above wherein the Honorable Chief Minister desires to provide Virtual Classrooms (VCR) facility for all the High schools in the state. You are aware that Schools are identified for setting up of VCR's and locations for district and state studios are identified. Budget estimates are to be given by DEO's for establishing District Studios with the below enclosed facilities.

In the above context to ensure effective monitoring and expeditious completion of the required civil works and other facilities at the schools a mobile application is developed and deployed in Google Play store for uploading pictures and other facilities in the schools relating to Virtual Classrooms.

All the DEO's are instructed to give necessary instructions to the concerned Head masters for uploading the pictures of the completed civil works and other facilities available in the schools for establishing Virtual Classrooms. User manual for the application is enclosed.

This may be treated as most urgent. Please be aware that Hon'ble Chief Minister Garu is directly monitoring progress.

Link for application
https: / / play.google.com /store/ apps/ details?id=com.gumbi.nithishv.apeducationdept
User ID- School UDISE Code
Password- admin

Enclosures-
1. Civil works and facilities to be done for establishing District Studio's
2. User manual for Mobile application.

Sd/- K. Sandhya Rani
COMMISSIONER OF SCHOOL EDUCATION

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Thursday, 8 March 2018

Rc No 169 - Half Day School during summer - Instructions

 Rc No 169 - Half Day School during summer - Instructions
PROCEEDING OF THE COMMISSIONER OF SCHOOL EDUCATION
A.P.,AMARAVATI
Present: K Sandhya Rani, I.Po.S

Rc. No. 169/A&I/2018   Dated:07.03.2018

Sub: School Education - School Academic Calender - 2017-18-Half Day School during summer - Instructions - Issued - Reg

Read:School Academic Calender 2017 - 2018

All the Regional Joint Directors of School Education  and the District educational Officers in the state are informed that during the present academic year, it is observed that the summer season has set in early.As a result, the School going students are suffering a lot due to prickly heat.In order to ensure health and safety of the students, teachers etc.,it is hereby instructed to run  the Half day schools w.e.f 12.03.2018.

Therefore, all the Regional Joint Directors of School Education and the District Educational Officers in the State are requested to take further necessary action accordingly

K SANDHYA RANI
COMMISSIONER OF SCHOOL EDUCATION
 Rc No 169 - Half Day School during summer - Instructions
PROCEEDING OF THE COMMISSIONER OF SCHOOL EDUCATION
A.P.,AMARAVATI
Present: K Sandhya Rani, I.Po.S

Rc. No. 169/A&I/2018   Dated:07.03.2018

Sub: School Education - School Academic Calender - 2017-18-Half Day School during summer - Instructions - Issued - Reg

Read:School Academic Calender 2017 - 2018

All the Regional Joint Directors of School Education  and the District educational Officers in the state are informed that during the present academic year, it is observed that the summer season has set in early.As a result, the School going students are suffering a lot due to prickly heat.In order to ensure health and safety of the students, teachers etc.,it is hereby instructed to run  the Half day schools w.e.f 12.03.2018.

Therefore, all the Regional Joint Directors of School Education and the District Educational Officers in the State are requested to take further necessary action accordingly

K SANDHYA RANI
COMMISSIONER OF SCHOOL EDUCATION

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Tuesday, 6 March 2018

Rc No 11 - Implementation of Pemandu Lab Recommendations- Ananda Lahari Abhyasana - Relieving of Core team members for different spells – Instructions – Issued

Rc No 11 - Implementation of Pemandu Lab Recommendations-  Ananda Lahari Abhyasana - Relieving of Core team members for different spells – Instructions – Issued

PROCEEDINGS OF THE DIRECTOR, STATE COUNCIL OF EDUCATIONAL
RESEARCH & TRAINING (SCERT), ANDHRA PRADESH, AMARAVATI.
Present: M. Venkata Krishna Reddy M.A., B. Ed
 
Rc.No.11/B/SCERT/2016    Dated: 01-03-2018

Sub:- School Education Department – SCERT- Implementation of Pemandu Lab Recommendations-  Ananda Lahari Abhyasana (Multi Grade Multi Level teaching methodology of Rishi valley)- Relieving of Core team members for different spells – Instructions – Issued – Reg .

Ref: Minutes of the review meeting held on 1-02-2018


All the District Educational Officers and Project Officers of Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan in the State are hereby informed that as a part of MoU with RIVER TIDE of Rishi valley, it is proposed to extend the Ananda Lahari Abhyasana (ALA) project to 3rd, 4th & 5th classes in the academic year 2018-19. For this purpose, text book content has to be integrated in to the ladder process of Rishi valley  methodology. In this view the teachers mentioned in the Annexure I & II are identified as Subject  Coordinators and core team members in all 4 subjects.

Further it is informed that the participation of all the identified Subject coordinators and core team members as per the Annexure I & II is very much necessary to complete the huge task of integration of text book content into ladder process.

In this view all the District Educational Officers in the State are requested to relieve the core team members as per the Annexure I & II well in advance so as to enable them to report against their spells Annexure III by 8.00 a.m on the first day of the spell at Rishi Valley Institute for Educational Resources, of Madanapalle Mandal, Chittoor District.

For any further clarifications please contact, Sri. A. Satyanarayana 8897966414 & Smt. V. Vijaya Durga 9866571213, State coordinators of ALA , SCERT.

This has got the approval Commissioner of School Education.

Encl : Annexure I, II & III.


Sd/-M.Venkata Krishna Reddy
DIRECTOR
SCERT, AP, AMARAVATI.

Click Here to Get Rc.No.11/B/SCERT/2016    Dated: 01-03-2018
Rc No 11 - Implementation of Pemandu Lab Recommendations-  Ananda Lahari Abhyasana - Relieving of Core team members for different spells – Instructions – Issued

PROCEEDINGS OF THE DIRECTOR, STATE COUNCIL OF EDUCATIONAL
RESEARCH & TRAINING (SCERT), ANDHRA PRADESH, AMARAVATI.
Present: M. Venkata Krishna Reddy M.A., B. Ed
 
Rc.No.11/B/SCERT/2016    Dated: 01-03-2018

Sub:- School Education Department – SCERT- Implementation of Pemandu Lab Recommendations-  Ananda Lahari Abhyasana (Multi Grade Multi Level teaching methodology of Rishi valley)- Relieving of Core team members for different spells – Instructions – Issued – Reg .

Ref: Minutes of the review meeting held on 1-02-2018


All the District Educational Officers and Project Officers of Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan in the State are hereby informed that as a part of MoU with RIVER TIDE of Rishi valley, it is proposed to extend the Ananda Lahari Abhyasana (ALA) project to 3rd, 4th & 5th classes in the academic year 2018-19. For this purpose, text book content has to be integrated in to the ladder process of Rishi valley  methodology. In this view the teachers mentioned in the Annexure I & II are identified as Subject  Coordinators and core team members in all 4 subjects.

Further it is informed that the participation of all the identified Subject coordinators and core team members as per the Annexure I & II is very much necessary to complete the huge task of integration of text book content into ladder process.

In this view all the District Educational Officers in the State are requested to relieve the core team members as per the Annexure I & II well in advance so as to enable them to report against their spells Annexure III by 8.00 a.m on the first day of the spell at Rishi Valley Institute for Educational Resources, of Madanapalle Mandal, Chittoor District.

For any further clarifications please contact, Sri. A. Satyanarayana 8897966414 & Smt. V. Vijaya Durga 9866571213, State coordinators of ALA , SCERT.

This has got the approval Commissioner of School Education.

Encl : Annexure I, II & III.


Sd/-M.Venkata Krishna Reddy
DIRECTOR
SCERT, AP, AMARAVATI.

Click Here to Get Rc.No.11/B/SCERT/2016    Dated: 01-03-2018

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