Friday, September 14, 2018

AP Mukhyamantri Yuvanestham Eligibility criteria for Unemployment Allowance scheme 2018 Apply Online

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The government of andhra pradesh has started the scheme of mukhyamantri yuvanestham, Unemployment Allowance scheme 2018 which will benefit around 12 lakhs unemployed youth based on the eligibility criteria in andhra pradesh. youths will get this monthly allowance to pursue skill development courses and reduce the burden on the family of unemployed youths. The AP Mukhyamantri Yuvanestham 2018, AP Unemployment Allowance scheme 2018 online registration starts from today
Norms for AP Unemployment Allowance scheme 2018 :
  • The Applicant must be a unemployed and should be native of Andhra Pradesh state only
  • Minimum educational qualification are should be Graduation or any Diploma of two years and above duration.
  • Age limit between 22-35 years.
  • Caste and Community preference will be given as per norms.
  • The Applicant belong to a family below poverty line. All the eligible beneficiaries from the family shall be considered.
  • Movable / Immovable properties Having 4 wheelers are ineligible.
  • Having wet land of 2.5 acres and dry land of 5.00 acres maximum are eligible.
  • In respect of Anantapuram district the limit is maximum wet land will be 5.00 acres and dry land will be 10.00 acres.
  • Those who have availed financial assistance / loan under any state government sponsored self-employment scheme of above Rs. 50,000/- subsidy are not eligible.
  • Those who are working pursing formal education are not eligible.
  • Those who are working in public / private sector / quasi-government or those self-employed are not eligible for the assistance.
  • Applicant should not be an employee dismissed from Central / State government service.
  • The applicant should not have been convicted of any criminal offense.
Documents required to register for AP Mukhyamantri Yuvanestham scheme 2018 :
  • A Valid Aadhaar card,
  • A Ration card
  • SSC certificate
  • Graduation certificate
  • other relevant documents 
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Saturday, September 01, 2018

Extra 5 days Casual Leave to Telangana State Government women employees in addition to the Casual Leaves and Optional Holidays

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TS G.O.Ms.No.142, Dated: 01.09.2018 for availing extra five days Casual Leave :
The Government of Telangana State has issued orders vide G.O.Ms.No.142, Dated: 01.09.2018  to
claim the benefit of availing five (5) days Casual Leave extra in addition to the Casual Leaves and Optional Holidays to all the women employees working under the State Government as per the request of the President, Telangana Secretariat Association and Chairman, Joint Action Committee of Telangana Employees, Gazetted Officers, Teachers, Pensioners & workers, Telangana State, Hyderabad. The Telangana State Government already issued orders vide G.O.Rt.No.3, H.E. Department, dated: 05.01.2011 to claim the benefit of availing of (5) days Casual Leave extra in addition to the Casual Leaves and Optional Holidays to the women Junior Lecturers working in the Government Junior Colleges in the State.
Download TS G.O.Ms.No.142, Dated: 01.09.2018

AP ePds Civil Supplies New Control Order 2018 vide GO.Ms.No.15, dated:01.08.2018

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Andhra Pradesh State Targeted Public Distribution System (Control) Order, 2018 in G.O.Ms.No.15 C.A.,F. & C.S. (CS.I) Dept., dated:01.08.2018.
The Government of AP, Vijayawada has Latest Control order for Andhra Pradesh State Targeted Public Distribution System (Control) Order, 2018 vide G.O.Ms.No.15 C.A.,F. & C.S. (CS.I) Dept., dated:01-8-2018, to improve the delivery mechanism in P.D.S under new circumstances

Important Points and new rules in A.P.S.T.P.D.S.(Control) Order, 2018 
  • The Joint Collector or any officer authorized by Govt., is appointing authority and has to appoint FP shop dealers as recommended by the Committee in Annexure.II (J.C. Chairman, P.D.(DRDA), RDO of concerned division Members and DSO as Member convener)   (Cl.2e).
  • Eligible households shall be identified by verifying with Pulse survey data only  [Cl.3 (1) ]
  • Eldest women above 18 years of age as far as possible shall be the head of the family. [Cl.4 (a 2 ) ]
  • Any person aggrieved denying the issue of ration card or cancellation of ration card may appeal to the D.G.R.O. with in 30 days. [Cl.4 (a 4) ]
  • The Appellate Authority i.e., State Food Commission shall as far as practicable, dispose the petition within 30 days [Cl.4 (a 4) ]
  • Scheduled commodities shall be provided in case of Bio metric failure cases, to the beneficiary, through the authentication of Deputy Tahsildar (Civil Supplies) / Mandal Civil Supplies Officer (MCSO) or Village Revenue Officer concerned or authority as specified by Government [Cl.4 (c 3) ]
  • Any beneficiary may submit her/ his grievance relating to non supply of entitled commodities, weighment, prices and scale of distribution to the concerned authority and District Grievance Redressal Officer for taking action [Cl.4 (c 7) ]
  • Guidelines on movement of scheduled commodities upto FP shops [Cl.5]
  • Before taking delivery of food grains from the designated depots and other scheduled commodities from the suppliers, an officer of the State Government and In-charge of the designated depot shall jointly inspect the stocks to ensure that the stocks conform to the prescribed quantity and quality specifications under Legal Metrology (Packaged Commodities) Rules, 2011. [Cl. 5 (e) ]
  • The MLS Point In-charge shall monitor the delivery of stocks till reaches the fair price shops and obtain online authentication of receiving stocks by the Fair Price Shop dealer in Supply Chain Management. [Cl. 5 (n) ]
  • The PMU (Project Monitoring Unit) shall setup at District Manager’s Office to monitor the Supply Chain Management on real time basis. [Cl. 5 (t) ]
  • In case of failure of Bio-metric authentication, the FP shop dealer has to report to the Nodal Officer. (Tahsildar / Circle ASO)  [Cl.4 e]
  • The Collector (CS) shall furnish a monthly certificate confirming delivery of food grains to FP shops and distribution to eligible households [Cl.4 f ]
  • FP shop dealer shall give monthly certificate with the authentication of two or more persons such as local authority, Members of Vigilance Committees etc. [Cl.4 g ]
  • Scheduled commodities should not be supplied to the FP shop dealers beyond the validity of authorization. [Cl.7 ]
  • The Collector (CS) may allow the FPS dealers to sell different goods in addition to the scheduled commodities supplied under PDS under Village Mall scheme [Proviso to Cl.7 (3) ]
  • Trade deposit @ Rs.25,000/-  in Urban areas and Rs.20,000/- in Rural areas. [Cl.8(2)]
  • The Joint Collector should make alternate arrangements for distribution of commodities in case of vacant FP shops under portability. In exceptional cases, where there is no near by FPS dealer, public bodies / institutions may be permitted to distribute the commodities upto a period of (3) months or till appointment of regular dealer which ever is earlier [Cl.8 (5) ].
  • Validity of Authorization is for (2) years ending 31st March. Authorization fee is Rs.1000/-. [Cl.8 (11) ]
  • FPS dealer should apply for renewal of authorization one month before expiry of validity with fee Rs.500/- and Fee for duplicate authorization Rs.200/- [Cl.8 (11) ]. 
  • Applications received for renewal of authorization beyond 28th / 29th of February and authorizations for which applications were not received should stand cancelled and entire security deposit automatically be forfeited. All those vacancies should be filled within a month. [ Cl.8 (11 c) ].
  • FP shop working hours are from 8 am to 12 noon and 4 pm to 8 pm. [ Cl.8 (14) ]
  • Any FPS dealer has not opened the shop on working days, the  appointing authority may impose penalty of Rs.1000/- for one day, Rs.1500/- for (2) days, Rs.2000/- for (3) days and for four and above days, authorization may be suspended. The appointing authority may cancel the authorization of such fair price shop dealer duly following the procedure [Cl.8 (14) ].
  • The following violations are treated as grave offenses and attract the provisions of law under Section 420 Criminal Procedure Code. [Cl.10]
  • (1) Non opening of FP shop,
  • (2) Closing of voice over facility in e-PoS device or changing the language
  • (3) Non-issue of receipts intentionally to the consumers
  • (4) using tins, vessels, stones (stamped or un-stamped), etc., while distribution commodities through e-PoS with electronic weighing scale
  • (5) delivering commodities with pre-weighed pack putting on electronic e-weighing scale
  • (6) giving money without distributing the PDS commodities, after taking bio-metric/iris authentication from the cardholder
  • Inspecting officer should file a complaint under Section 7 of Essential Commodities Act, 1955 and provisions of Criminal Procedure Code before Station House Officer to lodge Criminal Case besides seizure of commodities and filing complaint under Section 6-A of Essential Commodities Act,1955. [Cl.10]
  • Person other than the family members should not be allowed to distribute scheduled commodities.  If any person found distributing the scheduled commodities, he /she should be treated as Benami (Condition 17 a of Authorization). 
  • The authorization of such shop shall liable for cancellation besides initiating action under Section6A of the Essential Commodities Act, 1955 (seizure of available commodities in the shop) and Section 7 of Essential Commodities Act, 1955, the provision of Cr.P.C. [Cl.12 a]
  • The fair price shop dealer should authenticate receipt of stocks from the MLS Point, in e-PoS device immediately after receipt of stocks within 24 hours. If any deviation in this regard, liable for punishment under the provisions of this Order . [Cl.12 c]
  • Fair Price Shop dealer should issue e-PoS generated bill to beneficiaries on supply of commodities. In respect of non e-PoS enabled fair price shop, the dealer should issue manual receipt  [Cl.12 g ] 
  • The Fair Price Shop dealer should  display the following information on a notice board updating daily in Telugu/ English languages: [Cl.12 i ]
  • (1) List of Cardholders
  • (2) Entitlement of scheduled commodities,
  • (3) Scale of issue,
  • (4) Retail issue prices,
  • (5) Timings of opening and closing of the fair price shop,
  • (6) O.B., Stock receipt and C.B.
  • (7) Grievance redressal authority details with phone number
  • (8) display of samples of food grains being supplied
  • (9) Fair price shop / authorization number and reference and validity
  • FP shop dealer should not tamper the records, spoil the electronic devices, use the SIM cards for other than transactions of P.D.S., blocking cameras and blocking connectivity to e-weighing scales etc. [Cl.12 q ]
  • FP shop dealer should not resort any activity to show as commodities are drawn by the beneficiary with malafide intention by any means including technical support. [Cl.12 r ].
  • Ration card should not be cancelled for non drawl of scheduled commodities from the fair price shop for any reason. [Proviso to Cl.18 a]
  • Prohibition against applying for fresh/duplicate ration card or misuse of commodities [Cl.19]
  • Dishonestly applied for or receive a ration card obtaining a card by furnishing false information Alter / destroy a ration card 
  • Resort to resale the PDS commodities, leading to recycling  / changing of quality, exchange etc.
  • Purchase of rice intended for PDS either from cardholder / FP shop dealer / Middle men or other source and they should be liable for criminal action and imposition of penalty as may be fixed by the competent authority.
  • In any cardholder is found to have misused the PDS commodities, he / she shall be liable for criminal action besides cancellation of ration card.
  • In case of involvement of rice miller or his person, their payments for CMR deliveries should withhold to the extent of cost of such stocks besides criminal action and imposition of penalty as may be fixed by the competent authority.
  • Power of entry, inspect, search and seizure of scheduled commodities [Cl.20 ]
  • Found any vehicle involved in diversion of scheduled commodities, the Inspecting authority should also send a report to the concerned RTA official for cancellation of driving license of the driver and goods carrier certificate.[Cl 20 (j) ]
  • On receipt of report from the Inspecting authority on involvement of possession of PDS rice or found PDS rice in the premises of  rice mill, the Collector / Joint Collector should order for disconnection of electricity connection of such rice mill forever, block list the rice mill for taking paddy under CMR besides criminal action. [Cl.20 m].
  • If any fair price shop dealer diverts PDS stock either wholly or partly, he/ she should be liable for cancellation of authorization besides penalty ten times the difference between the market rate and TPDS rate of the commodity thus diverted. [Cl.21 c ]
  • The District Collector should act as appellate authority against the orders of the Joint Collector denying issue / renewal /cancellation of authorization of the FP shop dealer [Cl.24 b]
  • Revision powers lies with the Civil Supplies Commissioner / Government. [Cl.24 e ]
  • FP shop dealer should pay the cost of commodities by 16 to 18th of preceding month of allocation month or as ordered by Commissioner of Civil Supplies [Cl.25 a ] 
  • The inspecting authorities (ASO/MCSO) should inspect all Fair Price Shops 100% in their jurisdiction in distribution cycle every month [Cl.25 g ]
  • The Collector (Civil Supplies) should furnish the utilization certificate for the quantity actually utilized against the allocation made duly signed by him to the Commissioner of Civil Supplies every month within a period of one month from the month for which the allocation is made. [Cl.25 h ]
  • The team of Vigilance Committee of Mandal and Fair Price Shop level members inspect the Fair Price Shop soon after the lifting of scheduled commodities by the Fair Price Shop dealers and acknowledge the stocks in the electronic Point of Sale through e-KYC at Fair Price Shop Level.
  • Local bodies at appropriate level, i.e. Panchayat, Mandal Parishad and Zilla Parishad, Municipal council, Corporation etc., shall review the functioning of Vigilance committees and provide necessary directions for their effective functioning [Cl.26 f ]
  • Every authorized dealer intending to stop the business should give 30 days prior notice to the appointing authority. (Con.19 of form of Authorization)
  • FPS dealer should not sell scheduled commodities obtained from sources other than the Government agency (APSCSCL) or agency appointed by  Govt./Collector.  (Con.17 b of form of Authorization)

Thursday, August 30, 2018

IRCTC Physically Handicapped Concession Quota bookings are Available in IRCTC website and IRCTC Rail Connect APP in Mobile

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Download Divyaang IRCTC Concession Quota bookings on IRCTC APP are Available :
IT is good news to Physically Challenged Persons that the Indian Railways was updated the Physically Handicapped Concession Quota bookings in IRCTC website and also IRCTC Rail Connect APP in Mobile. Specially abled and Journalist passengers who availing the concession need to carry Photo Identity card issued by Railways which is to be produced for On-board / off-board verification during journey. Escort passengers also need to carry photo identity card mentioned at the time of booking. A Reservation quota of two sleeper class berths has been earmarked in all trains running  on non-suburban sections for handicapped persons performing their journey on handicapped concessional ticket. The person accompanying the handicapped person as escort is also allotted the berth out of this quota.As per Railway rules, concession in fares is admissible to four categories of disabled persons,and that too in extreme cases. The names of these four categories, and the element concession admissible, are as follows

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How to deduct Kerala flood relief contribution in HRMS CFMS of AP State employees, pensioners

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The Government of AP, Vijayawada has issued orders vide G.O.Ms.No. 136 Finance (HR V – TFR-AL-EWF) Dept, Dt.24.08.2018 and directed the all departments to deduct the amounts as mentioned in G.O. from the salaries and pensions of the employees and pensioners for the month of August, 2018 payable on 01.09.2018 towards their contribution for Kerala Flood Relief But the DDOs have already submitted salary bills for the month of August, 2018 and passed in the Treasuries and Capital Region PAO.The DDOs have to prepare the bills again; submission and auditing activities of these newly prepared bills will take time and delay in payment of salaries. Hence the Government decided collect the details of employee wise contribution recoverable from the salaries as per the rates prescribed in the G.O. Accordingly, the CEO, APCFSS has developed a module in HRMS package and enabled it for all DDOs to collect the details of Kerala flood relief contributions recoverable from each employee
Step for deductions of Kerala flood relief contribution in HRMS CFMS of  AP State employees, pensioners
The DDOs have to logon into HRMS system (DDO Login at with their logins and fill in the data in respective module.  The DDOs have to first select the Bill id carefully, out of the bill IDs available in the drop down list button.

Once your Bill-ID is selected, the website will automatically display the employees list included in concerned Bill Id along with their e-mails and mobile numbers available in CFMS.

The DDO has to fill in employee category (Class IV, Class III, Non Gazetted, and Gazetted level 1-10, AIS etc.).  The system will automatically calculate the recoverable amounts in case of all categories as prescribed in as per the G.O.Ms.No. 136 Finance (HR V – TFR-AL-EWF) Dept, Dt.24.08.2018
In case of AIS officers, central service officers and others, the amount equivalent to one day gross amount salary is pre-populated but allowed for modification by the DDO.  The DDOs have to key in the data for all employees in all bill IDs displayed therein. The DDOs may also change the mobile number or e-mail address of any employee if the existing details need modification. All the DDOs are requested to enter the data collection process to ensure that it is completed by 01.09.2018.