Thursday, August 25, 2016

AP implementing various developmental programs For Tribal Welfare Educational Institutions as per G.O.NO:93.

AP Education Bringing of all Tribal Welfare Educational Institutions as per G.O.NO:93 Dated:17.08.2016.AP G.O.NO:93 Tribal Welfare Department implementing various developmental programs for the welfare of Scheduled Tribes.


AP implementing various developmental programs For Tribal Welfare Educational Institutions as per G.O.NO:93.


AP Tribal Welfare Department - Education- Bringing of all Tribal Welfare Educational Institutions under one Umbrella – orders –Issued.


TRIBAL WELFARE (EDN.1) DEPARTMENT

A.P G.O.Ms.No.93 Dated:17-08-2016.

Read the following:-

  1. G.O.Ms.No.302, Education (EE-II) Department, dt:10.07.1986
  2. G.O.Ms.No.301, Education (NF.2) Department, dt: 09.07.1986
  3. G.O.Ms.No.460, Education (Services-I) Department, dt:
  4. 30.03.1996.
  5. G.O.Ms.No.51, SW (TW.Edn.I) Department, dt:03.06.1998
  6. G.O.Rt.No.173, SW (TW.Edn) Department, dt: 25.03.2000.
  7. Procs. Rc.No.153/RVM (SSA)/TE/B14/2010, dt:21.12.2010.
  8. One day workshop held on 24.03.2016 by the Hon’ble Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, GoAP, Hyderabad.
  9. Lr.Rc.No.D1/1008/2016, dated 26-03-2016, 21-06-2016 of the Director of Tribal Welfare, GoAP.

ORDER:

Government of Andhra Pradesh has been implementing various developmental programs for the welfare of Scheduled Tribes in the state of Andhra Pradesh. A detailed review cum orientation work shop has been held by Hon’ble Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh on 24.03.2016. The public representatives from scheduled castes and scheduled tribles along with the Departmental staff and field staff have participated in the said work shop. The work shop has discussed to implementation of various programs thread ware and has come up with various recommendations for improving the efficacy of the programs and effective and timely delivery of services.

One such recommendation is to bring all the Educational Institutions functioning under the control of Tribal Welfare Department under one umbrella.

The objective of the recommendation is to:

  • Bring uniformity in administration, implementation of curriculum, inspections,
  • supervision, monitoring and provision of incentives to the students.
  • Rationalize the locations, infrastructure and the personal for optimum utilization of the resources.
  • To provide a single platform for the teachers and students for updating their skills, career and professional advancement.

  • The workshop has also observed that, since the service conditions of the staff working in different managements and categories vary and it is not feasible to bring uniformity immediately. 
  • The decision was to bring uniformity in all other parameters without affecting the service conditions.
  • In the ref. 1st read above, Government have taken a decision in 1986 itself wherein it was ordered that, “all the educational institutions in the ITDA areas shall be brought under the general unified control of the Education Department.
  • However, the ITDAs will have administrative control besides supervision”.
  • In order to implement the decision, Government has also sanctioned Dist.
  • Educational Officer (Agency) / Dy. Educational Officer (Agency) in the ITDAs vide reference 2nd read above. Further, the Government has delegated the powers to
  • the District Educational Officers (Agency)/ Dy. Educational officers (Agency) in ITDAs vide ref. 3rd read above.
  • Further the Government has established a Society to manage Ashram and Residential Educational Institutions for the benefit of STs with the name of APTW Ashram and Residential Educational Institutions Society (APTWAREIS) vide ref.4th read above.
  • Hence, keeping in view the orders issued from ref. 1st to 4th read above, the Director of Tribal Welfare, Govt. of A.P. in the ref. 8th read above has requested the Government to reiterate orders issued so far to ensure implementation of the above recommendation.
  • After careful examination of the proposals of the Director of Tribal Welfare, GoAP and various orders issued from time to time, the following orders are issued with immediate effect for strict implementation, without any change in the existive service rules of the respective institutions.
  • At the district level all TW institutions shall function under over control of Project Officer of ITDAs in the ITDA districts and District Collector in Non-ITDA Districts. The Dy. Director, Tribal Welfare in the ITDA districts and the District Tribal Welfare Officers in the Non-ITDA districts shall assist t he Project Officer, ITDA & District Collector in Non-ITDAs respectively in managing these institutions.
  • All files related to management of all tribal welfare educational institutions shall be routed through the O/o. of the Dy. Director (TW) in ITDA districts and the O/o. the DTWOs in non-ITDA districts.
  • The Project Officer, ITDA shall ensure that, all Tribal Welfare Ashram Schools and Residential Schools follow the same curriculum, time table, annual calendar of activities, schedule of examinations and inspections.
  • There shall be one annual comprehensive academic inspection of each institution by a panel of experts.
  • Every institution shall be visited by Academic and Administrative Officers minimum once in every quarter.
  • All these activities viz., Student enrolment, daily attendance, supply of entitlements, periodical academic performance, health profile and the daily attendance and academic performance of teachers and the visit and inspection reports shall be digitized up to the last mile.
  • All Educational Institutions run by other than Tribal Welfare management in the Tribal Areas shall function under the direct control of the DEO (Agency)/Dy.DEO (Agency) and he shall intern assist the Project Officer in ITDA.
  • For this purpose, the powers delegated to the Educational Officers vide ref. Xv3rd read above are once again reiterated as follows:

  • i.The Mandal Educational Officers of the earmarked mandals shall function under the control of District Educational Officer (Agency)/Dy. Educational Officers.
  • ii.The casual leaves of the MEOs of these mandals shall be sanctioned by the DEO (Agency)/Dy.DEO (Agency) only.
  • iii. The earned leaves and other types of leaves of MEOs/Dy. Educational
  • Officers of the Agency area shall be forwarded through DEO (Agency) / Dy. DEO (A).
  • iv. The tour diaries of the Mandal Educational Officers/Dy.DEOs of Agency areas shall be reviewed/ countersigned by the DEO (Agency)/Dy. Educational Officers (Agency) only.
  • v. The annual confidential reports of the Mandal Educational Officers/Head Masters of the Government High Schools /Project Officers of Non-Formal Education in agency areas shall be countersigned by the District Educational Officer (Agency)/ Deputy Educational Officer (Agency) only.
  • vi. Further, Government have sanctioned Project Monitoring and Resource Centers (PMRCs) in the ITDAs vide reference 5th & 6th read above to assist the ITDAs in formulating of Annual Plans under SSA/RMSA/RUSA and also for integrating School Health Services with NHM and also monitoring the functioning of School complexes. The PMRCs shall function under the control of Dy. Director of Tribal Welfare, ITDAs and the required personnel against the position may be taken on deputation/Out sourcing/Consultancy Service. Further, (4) more Project Monitoring and Resource Centers for the ITDAs of Nellore,Srisailam, Plain Area ITDA and Chittor (ITDA for merged mandals) arealso be sanctioned.
10. The Director of Tribal Welfare, GoAP and the Secretary, APTWREI Society (Gurukulam) shall take necessary action accordingly.

(BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF ANDHRA PRADESH)

 R.P. SISODIA

PRINCIPAL SECRETARY TO GOVT. (TW).


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