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Thursday, March 24, 2016

Employment News

INDO –TIBETAN BORDER POLICE FORCE
Name Of Post : Head Constable
No.of Vacancies : 44
Last Date :22.04.2016
 
ALL INDIA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCE, RAIPUR
Name Of Post : Gas Officer, Stenographer, Cashier, LDC etc
No.of Vacancies : 78
Last Date :09.04.2016
 
31 FIELD AMMUNITION DEPOT
Name Of Post : Fireman, Tradesman Mate
No.of Vacancies : 102
Last Date :21 days from the date of publication
 
CHANDIGARH TRANSPORT UNDERTAKING (CTU), CHANDIGARH
Name Of Post : Bus Conductor
No.of Vacancies : 93
Last Date :31.03.2016

Happy Holi


CAT Judgement : In a relief to several PAs , the Ahmedabad bench of CAT has set aside the DoP order cancelling their services

In a relief to several postal assistants (PA) and sorting assistants (SA) from Gujarat, the Ahmedabad bench of central administrative tribunal (CAT) has set aside the order cancelling their services on Tuesday.

The CAT has also asked the postal department to conduct inquiry into the alleged irregularities in the recruitment of PAs and SAs from the state and take decision within three months.

Hundreds of PAs and SAs from the state, whose recruitment was cancelled by the postal department in December last year, had approached the CAT. "The postal department had cancelled the recruitments across the country after one of the candidates who wasn't selected alleged that irregularities occurred in the recruitment process in Uttar Pradesh. Following the allegations, inquiry was conducted and hundreds of recruitments were cancelled by the postal department," said senior advocate Bhaskar Tanna who represented the PAs and SAs.
"We filed case in the CAT on behalf of 167 affected PAs and SAs from Gujarat. We argued in the tribunal that the postal department terminated all recruitments without segregating guilty and non-guilty candidates. Also, the candidates were not given any opportunity of being heard.
The bench of M Nagarajan and E K Bharat Bhushan held that the decision to cancel the recruitments was unconstitutional and violated the provisions of the constitution," Tanna told TOI. The bench has asked the postal department to conduct inquiry within three months and take those on job who are found to be not guilty. "This order is limited to Gujarat. The tribunal has also asked postal department to ensure that the guilty be booked," Tanna added.

Source: Times of India
Judgement copy. : Click Here

Release of additional instalment of Dearness Allowance to Central Government employees and Dearness Relief to Pensioners due from 01.01.2016


Release of additional instalment of Dearness Allowance to Central Government employees and Dearness Relief to Pensioners due from 1.1.2016
The Union Cabinet, chaired by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, has approved release of an additional instalment of Dearness Allowance (DA) to Central Government employees and Dearness Relief (DR) to Pensioners w.e.f. 01.01.2016. This represents an increase of 6 percent over the existing rate of 119 percent of the Basic Pay/Pension, to compensate for price rise.
This will benefit about 50 lakh Government employees and 58 lakh pensioners.
The increase is in accordance with the accepted formula, which is based on the recommendations of the 6th Central Pay Commission (CPC). The combined impact on the exchequer on account of both Dearness Allowance and Dearness Relief would be of Rs. 6796.50 crore per annum and Rs.7929.24 crore respectively, in the financial year 2016-17 (for a period of 14 months from January, 2016 to February, 2017).

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Atal Pension Yojana (APY) amended to give an option to the spouse to continue to contribute for balance period on premature death of the subscriber

Press Information Bureau 
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
22-March-2016 13:58 IST
Atal Pension Yojana (APY) amended to give an option to the spouse to continue to contribute for balance period on premature death of the subscriber; 
After the death of both the subscriber and the spouse, the nominee of the subscriber shall be entitled to receive the pension wealth, as accumulated till age of 60 years of the subscriber.
The feedback received from various quarters has indicated that the present provision under Atal Pension Yojana (APY) of handing-over lump sum amount to spouse on premature death of the subscriber is not preferred by many subscribers. It has also highlighted the fact that there is growing demand to give an option to the spouse to continue contribution after the death of subscriber to enable him / her to draw pension when the deceased subscriber would have turned 60 years of age. Therefore, after considering the feedback, the Government has decided to give an option to the spouse of the subscriber to continue contributing to APY account of the subscriber, for the remaining vesting period, till the original subscriber would have attained the age of 60 years instead of present provision of handing-over lump-sum amount to spouse on the premature death (death before 60 years of age) of the subscriber. The spouse of the subscriber shall be entitled to receive the same pension amount as that of the subscriber until the death of the spouse. After the death of both the subscriber and the spouse, the nominee of the subscriber shall be entitled to receive the pension wealth, as accumulated till age of 60 years of the subscriber.
Earlier to address the longevity risks among the workers in unorganised sector and to encourage the workers in unorganised sector to voluntarily save for their retirement, the Government had launched a new initiative called Atal Pension Yojana (APY) with effect from 1st June, 2015. Under APY, each subscriber, on completion of 60 years of age, will get the guaranteed minimum monthly pension, or higher monthly pension, if the investment returns are higher than the assumed returns for minimum guaranteed pension, over the period of contribution. After the subscriber’s death, the spouse of the subscriber shall be entitled to receive the same pension amount as that of the subscriber until the death of the spouse. After the death of both the subscriber and the spouse, the nominee of the subscriber shall be entitled to receive the pension wealth, as accumulated till age of 60 years of the subscriber. In exceptional circumstances, that is, in the event of the death of beneficiary or specified illness, as mentioned in the PFRDA (Exit and withdrawals under the National Pension System) Regulations, 2015, before the age of 60 years, the accumulated pension wealth till date would be given to the nominee or the subscriber as the case may be.

Declaraton of Holiday on 14th April, 2016 - Birthday of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar.





Source : http://ccis.nic.in/WriteReadData/CircularPortal/D2/D02est/12_6_2016-JCA-2-21032016.pdf

Review of CSS and CSSS Officers under FR 56 (j) and Rule 48 of CCS Pension Rules, 1972 regarding

Review of CSS and CSSS Officers under FR 56 (j) and Rule 48 of CCS Pension Rules, 1972 regarding

Happy Holi

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आदरणीय श्रीमानजी,
ये होली आप सपरिवार के लिये मंगलदायी, सुखद और धन-धान्य प्रदायी हो।
रिश्ते सारे अमर रहें और विस्तृत सी अंगनाई हो,
जहां पड़ें श्रीचरण आपके, केवल बस पहुनाई हो,
कोयल गाये गीत खुशी के,
हर सुबहा सुखदायी हो।
यशो-पताका फहरे चहुंदिशि, और सदा रौनाई हो।
तव घर में श्री सदा विराजें, होली भी शुभदायी हो। 
                        ---शुभेच्छु,
                      दया शंकर मिश्र एवं परिवार,
                       राष्ट्रीय शर्करा संस्थान, कानपुर-17
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Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Minutes Of The 2nd Meeting Of Empowered Committee Of Secretaries (E-CoS)

Venue: Committee Room, Cabinet Secretariat, Rashtrapati Bhawan

Date of Meeting: Thursday, the 1 st March, 2016 Time of Meeting: 6:45 PM

Members of E-CoS present
1 Cabinet Secretary
2. Chairman, Railway Board
3. Home Secretary
4 Defence Secretary
5 Secretary, D/o Science & Technology
6. Secretary, D/o Personnel & Training
7. Secretary, M/o Health & Family-Welfare
8. Secretary, D/o Pension and Pensioner’s Welfare
9. Secretary (Security), Cabinet Secretariat
10. Secretary, D/o Posts
1 1 . Deputy Comptroller and Auditor General
Secretariat for E-CoS:
1. Jöint Secretary, Implementation Cell, D/o Expenditure
2. Director, Implementation Cell, D/o Expenditure
Representatives of JCM (Staff-side):
1 . Shri Shiv Gopal Mishra
2. Shri M. Raghavaiah
3. Shri Rakhal Das Gupta
4. Shri Ch. Sankara Rao
5. Shri J.R. Bhosle
6. Shri Guman Singh
7. Shri R.P. Bhatnagar
8. Shri K.S. Murty
9. Shri K.K.N. Kutty
10. Shri C. Srikumar
11 . Shri R. Srinivasan
12. Shri M. Krishnan
13. Shri M.s. Raja
Subject: Implementation of the recommendations of the 7th Central Pay Commission — 2nd meeting of the E-CoS

A meeting of the Empowered Committee of Secretaries (E-CoS) was held on 1 st March, 2016 in the Cabinet Secretariat under the chairmanship of the Cabinet Secretary to discuss issues raised by Staff„side of JCM
2. Welcoming the members of E-CoS and JCM Staffrside, Cabinet Secretary observed that the meeting had been called to take a note of concerns of Stäff-$ide of JCM regarding recommendations of the 7th CPC and invited the members Of Staff-side of JCM to share their views on the recommendations.
3. Opening the discussion, representative of Staff-side of JCM expressed gratitude to Cabinet Secretary for inviting them for interaction regarding the recommendations of the 7th CPC and requested that more frequent interactions of JCM may be held to resolve outstanding issues across the table. It was expressed that 7th CPC has recommended a meager increase of 14% in the minimum pay as against increase ranging up to 54% during previous Pay Commissions. It was further stated that the recommendations on minimum pay, allowances, advances etc. will cause difficulty to employees. Representative of Staff-side informed that they have already submitted a charter of demands to the Cabinet Secretary bringing out the issues. These have also been discussed in the meeting of JS (IC) with Staff-side of JCM held on 19.02.2016.
4. Major concerns expressed by JCM Staff-side were as under:
The minimum pay of Rs. 18000/- p.m. recommended by the Commission is on lower side and needs to be revised upward by taking into account the prices of commodities as on 01.07.2015 and appropriately factoring in for social obligations & housing.
(ii) New Pension Scheme should be done away with. Persons governed by the NPS are deprived of Family Pension and do not have provision of provident fund. As a result they are at a disadvantageous position as compared to the persons governed by the old system.
(iii) Recommendations on allowances need to be properly examined before taking a decision.
(iv) Fixed Medical Allowance should be increased from existing Rs. 500 p.m. to Rs. 2000 p.m. as majority of cities are not covered under CGI-IS and people residing outside the CGHS covered area are unable to meet their medical needs with meager amount of Rs. 500 p.m.
(v) Recommendation regarding withdrawal of non•interest bearing advances may not be accepted.
(vi) Outsourcing of services should be discouraged as the contract workers are being exploited by contractors and at the game time the service delivery is being compromised due to inefficiency and lack of accountability of low aid contractual staff.
(vii) Enhancement in contribution towards Group Insurance Scheme, is not justified as this would reduce the actual increase in take home salary considerably. If the rates are to be raised, the Government should bear the insurance premium
(viii) The recommendation regarding grant of only 80% of salary for the second year of Child Care Leave need not be accepted as this would deter women from availing of CCL, which was introduced as a welfare measure.
(ix) Annual increments be granted @ 5% instead of existing 3% and increments may be granted on two dates viz., 1 st of January and 1 st of July of every year as in the present system of grant of increment on 1 st July of every year, employees joining/promoted after 1 st January, who do not complete 6 months services as on 1 st July, have to wait for up to 18 months for grant of increment.
(x) The Commission’s recommendation of downgrading the Assistants of Central Secretariat for bringing in parity with their counterparts in the field offices is not appropriate.
(xi) Recommendation regarding PRIS need not be accepted as no scientific mechanism has been devised to assess the performance of employees and the same could e courage favoritism.
5. Issues regarding financial upgradation under MACPS in promotional hierarchy without grading stipulation. grant of two increments on promotion introduction of Productivity Linked Bonus, treating Grameen Dak Sevak as Government employees, removal of pap of 5% on compassionate appointment 8i full pay and allowances In case of Work Related Illness and Injury Leave improving promotional avenues for technical and supervisory staff etc. were also raised by members of JCM.
6. During the discussion, representatives of JCM also suggested that the Nodal Officers nominated by various Ministries/Departments may hold interactions with recognized Staff Associations and other stakeholders under their purview so as to identify issues specific to those Ministries/Departments for redressal.
7. After hearing the participants, Cabinet Secretary observed that the deliberations have helped E-CoS in understanding the major concerns of the Staff-side and said that all issues have been taken note of. He assured that fair consideration will be given to all points brought out by JCM before taking a final view. He further stated that the E-CoS needs to examine the Report of the Commission in entirety as well as the issues raised by JCM in consultation with all other stakeholders. As such, it may take some time to take a final call on the recommendations of the Commission.
8. Cabinet Secretary also advised the members of E-CoS to hold interactions with their Staff Associations and other stakeholders under their purview preferably within a week.
9. Meeting ended with vote of thanks to the chair.
Source :  Indwf.blogspot.in

OROP Arrears Payment in Record Time

The Government of India which accords utmost importance to the welfare of Ex-Servicemen, has kept its promise with regard to the historic decision taken on 05 September 2015 to implement the more than four decades old demand of Ex-Servicemen for One Rank One Pension (OROP), by ensuring that payments have begun to the concerned in record time. Orders had been issued with regard to this historic decision, through a notification on 07 November 2015 by the Department of Ex-Servicemen Welfare (ESW) of the Ministry of Defence. Then within just three months of the issue of these orders, the Department of Ex-Servicemen Welfare (ESW) brought out detailed OROP tables on 03 February 2016, which are also available on their website www.desw.gov.in. The 101 tables in these implementation orders contain revised pension of different ranks and categories. In the past implementation of CSC-2012 and 6th CPC had taken a longer time.  More than two-thirds of the Ex-Servicemen have now been paid the OROP arrears. Payments have now reached the accounts of 13.02 lakh pensioners amounting to about Rs. 2,293 crore. This amount has been released through Defence Pension Disbursing Offices (DPDOs), the State Bank of India (SBI) and the Punjab National Bank (PNB).
The details are as follows:-
As on March 17, the DPDOs have released an amount of about Rs. 606 crore to about 3.20 lakh defence personnel.
The SBI has as released upto March 17 an amount of Rs. 1,337 crore to 7.75 lakh pensioners which includes Family Pension cases. The PNB has released as on March 17, an amount of about Rs. 350 crore to about 2.07 lakh pensioners which includes Family Pension cases.
Other Banks who have also been assigned the task of disbursement of revised defence pension to Ex-Servicemen have been directed to complete the process of payment latest by March end.

Employment news

THE MARINE PRODUCTS EXPORT DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY, KOCHI
Name Of Post : Technical Officer, Data Processing Assistant, Jr. Hindi etc.
No.of Vacancies : 26
Last Date :31.03.2016
 
THE MARINE PRODUCTS EXPORT DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY, KOCHI
Name Of Post : Junior Laboratory Analyst, Field Supervisor, Junior Clerk etc.
No.of Vacancies : 45
Last Date :31.03.2016
 
OFFICE OF THE CANTONMENT BOARD, LANSDOWNE
Name Of Post : Junior Clerk, Assistant Teachers (Maths, General, Primary)
No.of Vacancies : 9
Last Date :04.04.2016
 
ASC RECORDS (SOUTH), BANGALORE
Name Of Post : Lower Division Clerk
No.of Vacancies : 11
Last Date :Within 21 days of Publication
 
THE SHIPPING CORPORATION OF INDIA, MUMBAI
Name Of Post : Assistant Manager
No.of Vacancies : 15
Last Date :09.04.2016

Monday, March 21, 2016

CALENDAR OF DEPARTMENTAL EXAMINATIONS SCHEDULED TO BE HELD IN THE YEAR 2016


India Post ATM inaugurated at Kendrapara H O Under Cuttack North Division, Odisha Circle on 17.03.2016

Inaugurated by Sj.Debaraj Senapati, Hon'ble Collector, Kendrpara in the presence of Sri Sarbeswar Mishra Supdt. of Post Offices, Cuttack North Division, Sri Bhagyadhar Das, Asst. Supdt. of Post Offices (OD), Sri Pramod Kumar Sethi, Postmaster, Kendrapara HO 





Inauguration ceremony of first ATM machine at Bathinda HO under Bathinda Division at Punjab West Region on 18.03.1016

          Inauguration ceremony of first ATM machine in Bathinda Division at Bathinda HO Punjab West Region on 18.03.1016 by Ms Manisha Bansal Badal,  Director Postal Services (HQ) Punjab Circle.





Revision of Interest rates for Post Office Small Savings Schemes w.e.f 01/04/2016

Ration Card Not to be Proof of Address for Passport

Ration card will no longer be accepted as a proof of identity and address along with passport application. The central government has issued a notice to this effect, which the regional passport office said would come into effect from April 1.
The External Affairs Ministry has directed all passport branches to comply with the orders. Earlier, the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution had on December 20 discontinued accepting ration card as proof of identity and residence. It had come across cases where the details on the card had been tampered with.
“It has been seen that the ration card cannot verify the authenticity of an applicant, as people can make changes to it easily. When they migrate, they alter the details to be able to misuse the card for various purposes,” said regional passport officer Harmanbir Singh. All passports offices have to make the necessary changes to the information on their portals, run a ticker informing the public that ration card was no longer a valid proof of identity or address.
Besides the ration card, the other valid proof of address are water bill, Aadhaar card, income-tax assessment order, proof of gas connection, registered rent agreement, photo passbook of active bank account, electricity bill, and the passport copy of spouse.

Friday, March 18, 2016

ATM inauguration in Chitradurga HO under Karnataka Circle on 16-03-2016.




Inauguration of ATM at Chengalpet HO under TN Circle on 16.03.2016

No need to take action on anonymous or pseudonymous complaints of corruption against Government employees

There is no need to take action on anonymous or pseudonymous complaints of corruption against government employees, the Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) has said.

In its directive to all ministries and public sector undertakings, the Commission said that such complaints only needed to be filed. 

The directive to all ministries and public sector undertakings comes after CVC received references from departments and organisations seeking clarification on the action to be taken on anonymous or pseudonymous complaints, which were acted upon. 

"No action should be taken on anonymous or pseudonymous complaints in line with Commission's present instructions dated November 25, 2014 and such complaints should be filed," it said. 

The anti-corruption watchdog has been clarifying on the issue since 1999. In its guidelines issued yesterday, the CVC said the action pursued on anonymous or pseudonymous complaints prior to the issue of 1999 circular can be "pursued further to its logical end". 

Material or evidence gathered during the investigation or verification of anonymous complaints when the action was prohibited on such complaints, or when such enquiry was initiated without the approval of the CVC, can be utilised for further initiation of disciplinary proceedings on misconducts noticed in such verification or enquiry, it said. 

The Commission usually gets a number of complaints against a government employee when he or she is being considered for a senior level post or for some important assignment, a senior CVC official said. 

"The intention behind filing such a complaint is intended to delay the process of granting vigilance clearance to an employee. People have been asked to give verifiable details of corruption charges along with their details so that prompt action can be taken against guilty and to ensure that honest officers are not harassed," he said. 

The CVC gives vigilance clearance to senior government officials being considered for foreign postings, central deputation or other appointments. 

All Chief Vigilance Officers--who act as distant arm of the CVC--have been asked to follow these latest guidelines while processing anonymous and pseudonymous corruption complaints, the official said.
Source : The Economic Times

GRANT OF HRA AT A HIGHER RATE ('B' CATEGORY) TO THE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT SERVANTS POSTED AT AIZAWL (MIZORAM) - COURT CASE REGARDING

GRANT OF HRA AT A HIGHER RATE ('B' CATEGORY) TO THE CENTRAL GOVERNMENT SERVANTS POSTED AT AIZAWL (MIZORAM) - COURT CASE REGARDING  
 

First Digital State - Kerala - Under Digital India Programme - Lok Sabha - Q&A


Thursday, March 17, 2016

Posting of ASO in the VII CPC Implementation Cell - regarding


Source : http://ccis.nic.in/WriteReadData/CircularPortal/D2/D02csd/Intercadretransfer_ASO_160316.pdf

Implementation of RTI Act, 2005 to be strengthened - DoPT invites views/suggestions by 31st March, 2016

Press Information Bureau 
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions
16-March-2016 17:29 IST
  
 

A Committee of Experts consisting of Shri A.N. Tiwari, former Chief Information Commissioner and Dr. M.M. Ansari, former Information Commissioner of Central Information Commission was constituted to recommend, inter-alia, measures to further strengthen implementation of Section 4 of the RTI Act, 2005. Some of recommendations of the Committee of Experts have been accepted by the Government and an OM dated 29th June 2015 was issued to all public authorities to implement the recommendations of the Committee. Further, instructions were issued to all Public Authorities vide O.M. No. 1/1/2013-IR dated 9th July, 2015 to make an analysis of information which is sought most often from applicants and provide it on their website as suo-motu disclosure.   
Further, a committee under the chairmanship of Dr. Devesh Chaturvedi, Joint Secretary, DoPT has examined some of the recommendations of Committee of Expert and it has now been proposed to issue an Office Memorandum to implement the recommendations of the Committee regarding suo-motu disclosure u/s 4 of RTI Act, 2005. 
The interested persons may send their views/suggestions on the annexed O.M. latest by 31st March, 2016 to this Department through email : usir-dopt@nic.in.
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State Bank of India (SBI) Recruitment for 152 Specialist Officer Posts

 Posts :

  • Acquisition Relationship Manager: 39 Posts
  • Relationship Manager: 71 Posts
  • Relationship Manager (Team Lead): 03 Posts
  • Zonal Head / Senior RM-Sales (Corporate & SMEs): 01 Post
  • Zonal Head / Senior RM-Sales (Retail HNI): 02 Posts
  • Risk Officer (Mid-Office): 01 Post
  • Compliance Officer: 01 Post
  • Investment Counselor: 17 Posts
  • Project Development Manager – Business: 01 Post
  • Project Development Manager – Technology: 01 Post
  • Customer Relationship Executive: 15 Posts

Total No. of Posts : 152 Posts
Educational Qualification
  • For Project Development Manager: MBA / MMS / PGDM from reputed college / university
  • For All other posts: Graduation from Government recognized University or Institution

Selection Process : Candidates will be selected based on interview.
Application Fee: Application fees and Intimation Charges (Non-refundable) Rs. 600/- for General and OBC candidates; Rs.100/- (Intimation charges only) for SC/ST/PWD candidates through  debit card / credit card / Internet Banking etc.

How to Apply: Interested candidates can apply online through website www.statebankofindia.com or www.sbi.co.in & send hard copy of online application along with photocopies of all relevant certificates, e-Receipt of fee payment by post to given below address.

Address to sent Applications : State Bank of India, Central Recruitment & Promotion Department, Corporate Centre, 3rd Floor, Atlanta Building, Nariman Point, Mumbai-400021.

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Important Dates :
Starting Date of Online Application : 16-03-2016
Last Date to Apply Online : 31-03-2016
Last date for receipt of application : 07-04-2016

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Opening of New Aundh SO 411067 under Pune City West Division, Pune Region Maharashtra Circle

New Aundh - 411067 delivery Post Office under Pune City West Division has been opened on 15.03.2016.  Aundh PO was inaugurated by the hands of Smt. Sumitha Ayodhya, DPS Pune Region, Pune. On this occasion Shri F. B. Sayyed APMG RO Pune, Shri R. K. Rakate SSPOs Pune City West Division, Shri K. R. Korde Sr Postmaster Pune City HO, Shri Dattatray Gaikwad Ex Mayor Pune, Smt. Sangeeta Gaikwad Corporator PMC Pune were present.
















Procedure for verification of claims of candidates belonging to SC/SC/ Other BC for purpose of appointment to posts/services - regarding

Procedure for verification of claims of candidates belonging to SC/SC/ Other BC for purpose of appointment to posts/services - regarding

Reiteration of the instructions on streamlining the procedure for verification of claims of candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes for purpose of appointment to posts/services - regarding

F.No :No. 36011/1/2012-Estt.(Res.) dated 14.03.2016

Click here to view the Order

TSTET-2016 / Telangana Teachers Eligibility Test TET Notification and Schedule for Apply Online


Apply Online for Telangana TET Notification Released Telangana State Teachers Eligibility Test-2016 Notification and Schedule Released Directorate of School Education, Telangana State has issued Notification for First Telangana TET Notification and Schedule  after formation Telangana State.  Online applications are invited from the eligible candidates who intend to be teachers for classes I to VIII in schools in Telangana State for appearance in the First Telangana Teacher Eligibility Test (TS-TET , 2016) to be conducted by Department of School Education, Government of Telangana State on 1st May , 2016 in all 10 Districts of the State. http://www.tsteachers.in/2016/03/tstet-2016-telangana-tet-teachers-eligibility-test-notification.html

       Date and Timings of 1st TS-TET:


TS-TET will be conducted on 1st May, 2016 (Sunday) in all the Districts of the State.  The duration and timings of the test are given below:

Paper-I: 9.30 am to 12.00 noon (duration 2 ½ hours) Paper-II: 2.30 pm to 5.00 pm (duration 2 ½ hours)

1.   Fee and submission of Application Online:

The fee prescribed for appearing for TS-TET (including examination fee) is Rs. 200/- (Rupees Two hundred only) for only Paper-I or only Paper-II or both. Candidates can pay the fee through TSonline or Payment Gateway centers between 15.03.2016 to 30.03.2016 and submit online application at the TS-TET website http://tstet.cgg.gov.in between 16.03.2016 to 31.03.2016.

2.  Procedure for submission of application online:

Detailed procedure for applying ONLINE is given in the Information Bulletin. Candidates can download the ‘Information Bulletin’ free of cost from the TS-TET website:http://tstet.cgg.gov.in from 15.03.2016 onwards. Candidates can submit their applications online from 16.03.2016 to 31.03.2016.


3.  Examination Centers for TS-TET2016:


TS-TET shall be conducted in all the 10 Districts of the State. Candidate can choose any Examination Centre (District) of his choice. However, when the capacity of any particular Examination Centre (District) gets exhausted, that particular Examination Centre (District) will not be displayed in the list of examination centers given in the online application form. In such case the candidate has to choose the Examination Centre (District) of his/her choice fromthe remaining list available.

4.   Eligibility Criteria:


The candidates at the time of applying for TS-TET 2016 should be in possession of the minimum qualifications prescribed for a teacher for I to V classes (Paper-I) and VI to VIII classes (Paper-II) as given in Information Bulletin.

The candidates who are pursuing final year of any of the Teacher Education Courses recognized by the NCTE or the RCI, as the case may be, and / or the Language Pandit Training Courses can also appear for the First TS-TET 2016.

However , it is clarified that appearance or a pass in TS-TET by itself will not vest any right in a candidate to be considered for appointment to the post of Teacher in Government / Zilla Parishad / Mandal Parishad / Municipal and Private Aided Schools, unless he is in possession of the qualifications prescribed for appointment to such post in the relevant statutory recruitment rules framed by State Government from time to  time as on the date prescribed there in for possession of such qualifications.


Details of qualifications prescribed for TS-TET are provided in the Information Bulletin.


  1. Click here to Download TSTET-2016 Notification
  2. Click here to Download Information Bulletin
  3. Click here to Download Syllabus for Paper-I
  4. Click here to Download Syllabus for Paper-II