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GPF/ZPPF Loans (Temporary Advance) and Part‐final Withdrawal (Non Refundable)‐Rules


The Subscribers of Govt Provident Fund (GPF) or Zilla Parishad Provident Fund ZPPF can avail the facility of "PF Loans" (Temporary Advance) and Non Refundable Advances ( also called as "Provdient Fund Part Final Withdrawal"). The PF Advances are of  two types 1. Refundable 2. Non Refundable.
Subscribers have to apply using Proper Forms for Loan or Part‐final Withdrawal. Let us see how the Loans are sanctioned

Loans or Advances will be sanctioned from The Provident Fund account maintained in respect of a subscriber which shows the particulars of Opening Balance, subscriptions, refunds, amounts credited to the Fund like dearness allowance, pay revision arrears etc., withdrawals made, interest allowed and closing balance.Sanctions for Temporary Advances/Part final withdrawals received from the departments will also be recorded in their account.

GPF / ZPPF Temporary Advance (PF Loan)‐Refundable


A temporary advance is granted to a subscriber from the amount standing to his credit in the Fund by the departmental officers for specified purposes. As per Rule 14 of GPF Rules, The amount of advance sanctioned shall not exceed 3 months pay or half the amount at the credit of the subscriber in the Fund, whichever is less subject to the following conditions. Temporary advance is to be applied in the form prescribed

Rules & Purposes for drawal of Temporary Advance (Loan)

As per Rule 14 of Provident Fund Rules the below are the conditions for sanction of PF Loan

1.         To meet expensesin connection with the prolongedillness of the subscriber or any person actually dependent on him;

2.         To pay for the overseaspassage for reasonsof health or education, or to meet the cost of higher education of the subscriber or any person actually dependent on him;

3.         To pay obligatory expenses in connection with his betrothaland/or marriage, funeralsor other ceremonies of persons actually dependent on him.

4.         To meet the cost of legal proceedings instituted by the subscriber for vindicating his position in regard to any allegations made against him in respect of any act done or purporting to be done by him in the discharge of his official duty.

5.         To meet the cost of building or acquiring a suitable house for his residence.

6.         To meet the cost of acquiring a farm land and / or business premises within 6 months of the date of the subscriber’s retirement.

7.         To meet the cost of purchasing a motor‐car.

Note: For Sanction of PF Loan/Advance, subscribers may have to submit the documents for evidence i.e., Dependency Certificate (In case, applied for Treatment of illness of the dependent, should be declared by himself/herself)/ Marriage Certificate/ Marriage Invitation Card /Registered Agreement sale deed/ Study Certificate and Fees Receipts etc. along with the application form

Applicants may also have to submit the acquaintance in advance along with the application form

Recovery of Temporary Advance (PF Loan)


1.         The advances are recoverable (No Interest) from the subscriber in such number of equal monthly installments as the sanctioning authority may direct, but such number shall not be less than 12 , unless the subscriber so elects, and not more than 24 (Generally 20 Installments). In special cases where the amount of advance exceeds 3 months’ pay, the number of installments can be more than 24, but in no case more than 36.

2.         When there is an advance running and a second advance is sanctioned, the balance of the previous advance not recovered shallbe added to the advanceso sanctioned and the subsequent installments for recovery of advances shall be fixed with reference to the consolidated amount.

3.         The recovery shallcommence with the issue of pay for the month following the month in which the advance was drawn.

4.         A subscriber may, at his option, repay more than one installment in a month

5.         Recoveries towards refund of Temporary Advances shall not be affected during the last four months of service of subscriber.

GPF/ZPPF Part Final Withdrawal (Non‐Refundable Advance) Conditions for Sanction of Non‐Refundable Advances

Part‐Final Withdrawals may be sanctioned by an authority competent to dismissthe subscriber at any time after the completion of twenty years of service or within ten years before the date of his retirement on superannuation, whichever is earlier.Non‐Refundable Advance is to be applied in the form prescribed.

Rules and Conditions for Sanction of Part final Withdrawal

15‐B       Expenditure towards higher education including traveling expenditure of self, child. Education includes outside India.  On completion of 20 years of service or 10 years service before retirement‐‐‐‐‐‐‐ 3 months pay or half of GPF balance whichever is less. In special cases upto 10 months of pay.

15‐C       Expenditure towards illness of self and family.   ‐‐‐ On completion of 20 years of service or 10 years service before retirement ‐‐‐                                     6 months pay or half of balance whichever is less. In special cases 3/4th of balance

15‐D      Expenditure towards marriage and betrothal of self, son, daughter and female dependant.
‐‐‐ On completion of 20 years of service or 10 years service before retirement ‐‐‐ 6 months pay or half of balance whichever is less. In special cases upto 10 months pay.

15‐E       Expenditure towards house buildingpurpose.   After completion of 15 years service or within 10 years of retirement.  Upto 3/4ths of the balance or actual cost whichever is less

15‐F       Expenditure towards acquiring housesite.           ‐‐‐‐ After completion of 15 years service or within 10 years of retirement.‐‐‐‐                                                  1/4th of balance or actual cost of site whichever isless

15‐G Expenditure towards construction of a house on a site purchased from the amount withdrawn under Rule 15‐F‐‐‐‐‐‐‐ After completion of 15 years service or within 10 years of retirement ‐‐‐‐ 1/3rd of balance or actual cost whichever is less

15‐H       Acquiring a farm land or businesspremises          6 months beforeretirement       Upto half of balance or 6 months pay whichever is less. In special cases upto 3/4th of balance.

15‐I        Expenditure towards purchase of motor car        After 28 years of service or 3 years before retirement    Rs.12000/‐ or 1/4th of balance or actual price whichever is the least

Rc No. 105 Dt. 11-11-2017 SA1 Exam Time Table CCE – Implementation of Examination reforms- SA1 SA2 Exam Certain guidelines

Rc No. 105 Dt. 11-11-2017 SA1 Exam Time Table CCE – Implementation of Examination reforms- SA1 SA2 Exam Certain guidelines

PROCEEDINGS OF THE DIRECTOR, SCERT, ANDHRA PRADESH
Proc. Rc. 105/B/A.C/SCERT/2016                                        Dated: 11-11- 2017

Sub: SCERT, AP, Amaravati – School Education Department – Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation – Implementation of Examination reforms- Certain guidelines – Orders – Issued - Reg.

Ref:-
1.     G.O. Ms. No.17 School Education (Prog.II) Dept., dt.14.05.2014.
2.     G.O. Ms. No.29 School Education (Prog.II) Dept., dt.23.09.2014.
3.     G.O. Ms. No.82 School Education (Prog.II) Dept., dt.29.10.2015.
4.     G.O. Ms. No.41 School Education (Prog.II) Dept., dt.07.06.2016.
5.     G.O. Ms. No.80 School Education (Prog.II) Dept., dt.25.10.2017.
All the District Educational Officers in the State are informed that as per reference-5 citied above Government of Andhra Pradesh issued orders on certain amendments regarding CCE pattern of examination system.
In this connection all the District Educational Officers are informed that instead of three Summative Assessments only two Assessments will be conducted from this academic year. SA-1 examination which was conducted in the month of September was cancelled due to leakage of Question papers. As per the Reference -
5 cited above Summative Assessment –I is going to conduct in the month of December in place of Summative Assessment-II as mentioned in Academic calendar. SA-I examination will be conducted for class VIII and IX in OMR enabled MCQ type and Class VI,VII and X in regular type. SA-I examination is scheduled from 13-12- 2017 to 20-12-2017. In this connection All the DEos are informed to conduct HMs meeting to provide awareness on new pattern of examinations and also instruct them to practice their students about OMR bubbling in their schools.
Further all the District Educational Officers are informed to take necessary action to constitute Three Man Mandal Level Verification Committee and also informed to communicate recent changes in the Examination pattern and guide lines which is annexed to all schools under all managements in their respective districts.


Guide lines relating G.O.Ms.No.80 dt 25-10-2017


Government of Andhra Pradesh issued Amendments orders to G.O.Ms.No 82,29 and 41 relating to CCE. In this connection SCERT issuing the following guidelines regarding syllabus, examination and grading procedures.


Examination Pattern :·

The amendments are effect from current academic year i.e 2017-18

· There are Four Formative Assessments and Two Summative Assessments in the Academic Year.

· No change in schedule and Pattern of Four Formative Assessments. ( will be conducted fro 50 marks with in 4 areas namely Children participation and reflections, Project works, Written works, Slip test )

· There are Two Summative Assessments ( SA-I, SA-II )in a Academic Year.

· SA-I will be in the 1st or 2nd week of November

· SA-II will be conducted in the month of March/April

· SA- II for class – X is the Pre Final examination, this will be conducted in the month of March.

· SA- II for class – VI to IX will be conducted in the month of April.

· SA- I for class – VIII and IX is OMR enabled Objective type assessment from this academic year.

· SA- I for class – VI to IX is OMR enabled Objective type assessment from the academic year 2018-19 .

· This Academic year SA-I examination is scheduled from 13-12-2017 to 20-12- 2017


Syllabus :


·         Syllabus for Summative Examinations is up to October for the class VI to X in all Subjects as mentioned in the text books.
·         SA-I examination will be conducted on June to November Syllabus For this Academic Year only.


Grading :


·         Summative Assessment will be conducted for 80 marks only.
·         Internal Assessment marks will be calculated from Four Formatives and One Summative i.e SA-I.
·         20% internal marks will be calculated from 280 marks (Four Formatives and One Summative i.e SA-I. (4 x 50 = 200 + 1x 80 = 80 totally 280 marks)
·         Grade will be given on 8 point scale.

Verification committee :

· District Educational Officer should constitute a three man committee for verification and certification of internal marks for the students studying class –X

· Mandal Level Verification Committee may includes MEO, School complex HM, Senior Head Master

· Mandal Level Verification Committee may visit all High schools under all managements in the mandal twice in a year.

· Mandal Level Verification Committee should verify answer papers, Project reports and other formative assessment evidences and cross check with school records with online entries.

· Mandal Level Verification Committee first visit is after SA-I, second visit will be after 4th formative assessment.

· During second visit Mandal Level Verification Committee should certify allotment of internal marks of all students and submit the same to the Dy.E.O

· Internal marks verified by Mandal Level Verification Committee shall be forwarded through Dy.E.O to DGE.

· Mandal Level Verification Committee may also observe examination procedures of remaining classes in the scholls.

Go No. 80 CCE Implementation of Examination Reforms for Classes VI to IX from the Academic year 2015-16 and for class X from the Academic Year 2016-17 in fullest extent – Amendments

Go No. 80 CCE Implementation of Examination Reforms for Classes VI to IX from the Academic year 2015-16 and for class X from the Academic Year 2016-17 in fullest extent – Amendments


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GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH ABSTRACT




School Education Department – Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation pattern of examination system – Implementation of Examination Reforms for Classes VI to IX from the Academic year 2015-16 and for class X from the Academic Year 2016-17 in fullest extent – Amendments - Orders -Issued.
SCHOOL EDUCATION (PROG.II) DEPARTMENT
G.O.MS.No. 80                                                                              Dated: 25-10-2017
Read the following:-
1.        G.O. Ms. No. 17, School Education (PE.Prog.II) Dept. dated:14.05.2014
2.        G.O. Ms. No. 29, School Education (Prog.II) Dept. Dated:23.09.2014
3.        G.O. Ms. No.82, School Education (Prog.II) Dept. dated 29.10.2015
4.        G.O. Ms. No. 41, School Education (Prog.II) Dept. Dated:07.06.2016
5.        From    the    Commissioner    of    School    Education,    A.P. Amaravati,Lr.Rc.No.105/B/SCERT/2017, dated:04.10.2017
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O R D E R:
In the G.O. 3rd read above, Government have issued orders, for implementation of examination reforms i.e. Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation pattern of examination system for classes VI to IX from the academic year 2015-16 and for Class X from the academic year 2016-17 in fullest extent in all schools in the State i.e. Government, local bodies, aided and private recognized schools. In the G.O. 4th read above, certain amendments have been made to G.O. 3rd read above viz.. for replacement of certain existing papers and minimum pass marks for the external exams and internal exams, assigning grading for Curricular Subjects, assigning grading for Co-curricular areas/subjects, for incorporation of OSSC Main Language subjects, discontinuation of certain papers from SSC Public examination from March 2017 onwards and also prescribing minimum pass marks for deaf, dumb and blind students as per G.O. Ms. No. 33, Education (Exams) Department, dated 19.03.2001.
2.            In the reference 5th read above, the Commissioner of School Education,
A.P. Amaravati has stated that a State Level Workshop was organized on 29.05.2017 at Vijayawada on the implementation of the Continuation and Comprehensive Evaluation pattern and other examination reforms and the  related G.Os issued by the Government from time to time. In all about 170 participated in the workshop, including Hon’ble Teacher M.L.Cs, representatives of Teachers Unions, Professors of NCERT, representatives of other State S.C.E.R.Ts (i.e., Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu), Director, RMSA, SPD SSA, RJDSEs, DEOs, Principals of DIETs, Principals of CTEs & IASEs, Dy.E.Os, MEOs, HMs, Teachers, Managements of Private Schools, Citizens and NGOs. The Workshop highlighted many issues and challenges being faced in implementing CCE pattern of evaluation and recent G.Os issued for the betterment of Assessment and Evaluation. Three of the key recommendations of the Workshop were to conduct only 2 Summative Assessments (as being done in Telangana, Karnataka and Kerala) instead of three (3), removing weightage for internal marks of classes VIII and IX in class X; and external evaluation of Summative Assessments. To implement these three recommendations of the Workshop, the Commissioner of School Education, A.P. Amaravati has proposed certain amendments/additions to the related G.Os issued during the 2013, 2015 and 2016 and requested to bring out these amendments into effect from the current academic year i.e. 2017-18.
 
3.            In the circumstances reported by the Commissioner of School Education,
A.P. Amaravati and keeping in view of the recommendations of the workshop held on 29.05.2017, after careful examination of the matter, Government hereby make following amendments to G.O. Ms. No.82, School Education (Prog.II) Dept. dated 29.10.2015:

AMENDMENTS


1.            In para 4 (g) Summative Assessment Procedure, the following shall be read as against existing provision:

There     are     3                Summative Assessments     in     a      year
There will be 2 Summative Assessments in a year.    (SA  1  in  the  1st  week/  2nd  week of
(August/                  September,
November    and   SA   2    in   the   month   of
December/January,       March
March/April).
/April).    In  case  of  Class X,

Public Examination  will be  in
SA 2 of class X will be the Pre-Final and will
the place of third Summative
be  conducted  in  the  month  of  March.  For
Test,    to    be    conducted   by
class   X,   the   Public   Examination   will  be
Board          of          Secondary
conducted by Board of Secondary Education.
Education
From 2017-18 onwards, SA 1 of classes VIII

and  IX  shall  be  conducted  as  an objective

type assessment with OMR enabled  Multiple

Choice       Questions       (MCQs)       covering

respective academic standards. This shall be

extended  to  Classes  VI  and  VII  also  form

academic year 2018-19.
Finally   student   is    awarded
Finally student is awarded 100 marks. This
100      marks      (80%      from
includes 80% from Summative Assessment 2
Summative    which    is    final
which is final exam and 20% internal marks.
exam and 20% marks out of
The calculation of 20% internal marks from  4
360      from      4      Formative
Formative    Assessments    (50x4=200)    and
Assessments   (50x4=200),  2
Summative Assessment 1 (80 x 1 = 80)  shall
Summative         Assessments
be done for total 280 marks.
(80x2=160) respectively.

2.          Under para 4 (n) of Role and Responsibilities of SCERT, the following shall be added at the end namely:-
The Director, S.C.E.R.T. to re-organise the Syllabus for two (2) Summative Examinations of classes VI to X, Model Question Papers for  all subjects, Blue Prints of Question Papers and other guide lines relating to conduct of Assessments/ Examinations.
The Director, S.C.E.R.T., to chalk out the action plan pertaining to the Trainings, Orientations, material developments, remedial teaching, guidelines, etc., suggested in the Workshop.


3. Under para 4 (n) of Role and Responsibilities of RJDs of School Education and District Educational Officers, the following shall be added at the end namely:-

The District Educational Officers should constitute a 3 member Mandal level committee with (1) MEO (2) School Complex Head Master (3) Senior Headmaster in the Mandal to verify the 20% of Internal marks of Class X students i.e. 4 FAs and SA 1 before sending them to DGE. The marks should be sent to DGE through the Dy. E.O. after verification and certification of the 3 member committee only. Accordingly the DEOs  should chalk out a plan to complete the process within the stipulated time.


4.            The Commissioner of school Education, A.P. Amaravati, the Director, SCERT, A.P. Amaravati and the Director of Government Examinations, A.P. Hyderabad shall take further necessary action in the matter.
(BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF ANDHRA PRADESH)



GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH ABSTRACT



School Education Department – Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation pattern of examination system – Carry forward 5% of marks of Classes VIII and  IX to Class X Internal Assessment marks from the academic year 2018-19 – Cancelled  – Orders - Issued.
SCHOOL EDUCATION (PROG.II) DEPARTMENT
G.O.MS.No. 81                                                                                  Dated: 25-10-2017
Read the following:-
1.        G.O. Ms. No.82, School Education (Prog.II) Dept. dated 29.10.2015
2.        G.O.Ms.No.12 School Edn (Prog.II) Dept., dated:25.02.2016
3.        G.O.Ms. No.32 School Edn (Prog.II) Dept., dated:24.05.2016
4.        G.O. Ms. No. 41, School Education (Prog.II) Dept. Dated:07.06.2016
5.        From the Commissioner of School Education, A.P. Amaravati, Lr. Rc.No.105/B/SCERT/2017, dated:04.10.2017
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ORDER:
In the G.O. 2nd read above, Government have issued orders to implement carry forward of weightage of 5% marks of Class VIII and 5% marks of Class IX  to Class X Internal Assessment marks from the academic year 2017-18 and subsequently, issued orders for implementation of it from the academic year 2018-19 vide G.O. 3rd read above.
2.            In the reference 5th read above, the Commissioner of School Education,
A.P. Amaravati has stated that a State Level Workshop was organized on 29.05.2017 at Vijayawada on the implementation of the Continuation and Comprehensive Evaluation pattern and other examination reforms and the  related G.Os issued by the Government from time to time. In all about 170 participated in the workshop, including Hon’ble Teacher M.L.Cs, representatives of Teachers Unions, Professors of NCERT, representatives of other State S.C.E.R.Ts (i.e., Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu), Director, RMSA, SPD SSA, RJDSEs, DEOs, Principals of DIETs, Principals of CTEs & IASEs, Dy.E.Os, MEOs, HMs, Teachers, Managements of Private Schools, Citizens and NGOs. The Workshop highlighted many issues and challenges being faced in implementing CCE pattern of evaluation and recent G.Os issued for the betterment of Assessment and Evaluation. Three of the key recommendations of the Workshop were to conduct only 2 Summative Assessments (as being done in Telangana, Karnataka and Kerala) instead of three (3), removing weightage for internal marks of classes VIII and IX in class X; and external evaluation of Summative Assessments. To implement these three recommendations of the Workshop, the Commissioner of School Education, A.P. Amaravati has proposed certain amendments/additions to the related G.Os issued during the 2013, 2015 and 2016 and requested to bring out these amendments into effect from the current academic year i.e. 2017-18.
3.            In the circumstances reported by the Commissioner of School Education,
A.P. Amaravati and keeping in view of the recommendations of the workshop held on 29.05.2017, after careful examination of the matter, Government hereby cancel the orders issued vide G.O.Ms.No.12 School Edn (Prog.II) Dept., dated: 25.02.2016 and G.O.Ms. No.32 School Edn (Prog.II) Dept., dated: 24.05.2016.
  
4.            The Commissioner of School Education, A.P. Amaravati shall take further necessary action accordingly.





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