Thursday 25 January 2018

AP Compassionate appointment dependents deceased employees as per G.o.No: 10.

AP Scheme of Compassionate appointment to the dependents of the deceased employees of the recognized aided institutions for the interregnum period from 20.10.2004 to 05.10.2009 Order as per G.O.MS.No. 10 , Dated:25/01/2018/AP Scheme of Compassionate appointment to the dependentsof the deceased employees of the recognized aided institutions as per G.O.MS.No. 10 Dated: 25-01-2018
  1. G.O.Ms.No.687,GA(Ser.A)Department, dated 03.10.1977.
  2. G.O.Ms.No.612,GA(Ser.A)Department,dated 30.10.1991.
  3. G.O.Ms.No.30,Education(Ser.V)Department,dated 01.02.1994.
  4. Govt., Memo.No.766/Ser.IV-1/94-2,Edn (Ser.IV) Deptt.,dated 18.05.1995.
  5. Govt., Memo.No.1366/Ser.IV-1/94-2,Edn (Ser.IV)Deptt., dated 04.07.1997.
  6. Govt., Memo.No.12080/COSE/A2/2004-4,Education(COSE)Deptt., dated 20.10.2004.
  7. Govt., Memo.No.8544/PS.I/2005-3,Edn (SE.PS)Deptt.,dt.14.11.2005.
  8. G.O.Ms.No.113,Education(SE.PS1)Deptt., dated 06.10.2009.
  9. Govt., Memo.No.20360/SE.PS1/ A1/2010, dated 09.06.2010.
  10. Govt., Circular Memo.No.35252/Ser.(G)/A1/ 2011-1,dated 04.12.2013
  11. G.O.Ms.No.40,School Education(PS)Deptt., dated 30.06.2017.

 In the G.O.first read above, scheme of compassionate appointments to the
dependents of the deceased Government employees was introduced. In the G.O
second read above, further instructions were issued on the scheme of compassionate appointments to the dependents of the deceased Government
employees, in the G.O third read above; the scheme of compassionate appointments was extended to the employees working in Aided/ZPP/Municipal Management Schools.

Government in the Memo. fourth read above, clarified that the children of the
deceased employees working in Aided schools are eligible for compassionate
appointment based on the qualification in any Government Office/Schools. Again
in the Memo. fifth read above, Government have cancelled the orders issued dated
18.05.1995 and specific instructions were issued to the effect that the children of
the deceased employees working in Aided Schools are eligible for compassionate
appointments only in that School. Subsequently, in the Memo. Sixth read above, Government imposed ban on creation/filling up of existing vacancies of aided posts in the recognized Aided Schools and also issued orders that the ban orders are applicable for the appointments on compassionate grounds in the Aided Schools vide Memo. seventh read above.

In the G.O. eighth read above, Government have revived the scheme of compassionate appointment to the dependents of the deceased aided employees working in the aided institutions in terms of G.O.Ms.No.30, Education (Ser.V) Department dated 01.02.1994, by taking district as a Unit and providing them employment in ZP/MPP/ Government Offices (Not in aided institutions).However, Government have clarified that the orders issued in the Memo. ninth read above are with effect from the date of issue of G.O., i.e w.e.f 06.10.2009 (prospective) only.

Meanwhile Government have received several representations from the
People’s Representatives/Unions with a request to extend the benefit the scheme of
compassionate appointments to the dependents of the deceased aided staff, with effect from 20.10.2004 (with retrospective effect). Government in the Memo. tenth read above have clarified that the original scheme of compassionate appointment formulated by the General Administration Department is applicable only to the regular employees in Government Department  and even though if any Department/Corporation/Cooperative Society/Public Sector /Undertakings Local Bodies(i.e Municipalities, Municipal Corporations, Zilla Parashads Mandal Praja Parishads, Gram Panchayats) have adopted the above scheme their dependents cannot be given compassionate appointment in the Government Departments and they have to appoint only in their respective office/
Organization as per their rules. If any Department has issued any order in deviation to this, they are requested to withdraw such instructions/orders, if any,
immediately. These instructions should be followed scrupulously and any  instructions issued by any other Department are repugnant to these instructions,  the instructions issued by this Department will prevail over the instructions issued by any other department.

Government have withdrawn the ban memo issued in the Memo. sixth read
above completely, with immediate effect, vide G.O. eleventh read above.

Government after careful examination of the matter and to avoid hardship to  the dependents of the deceased employees of the recognized aided institutions and
in the interest of justice and equity, hereby order to make compassionate  appointments to the dependents of the deceased employees, who worked in the
recognised aided schools, duly relaxation of the Government Memo.No.12080/COSE/A2/ 2004-4 , Education (COSE)Department, dated 20.10.2004 for the dependents of deceased employees in the interregnum period i.e from 20.10.2004 to 05.10.2009 making them eligible for compassionate
appointments. However, the compassionate appointments shall be made first in
those aided institutions, where the vacancy arose first due to death of the
employee, and if there are no such vacancies, then in any other vacancies in aided schools The orders of compassionate appointment shall be come into force with
prospective effect and the eligibility/ qualification etc., of the dependent shall be
reckoned, as on the date of death of the employee, all other conditions with regard
to compassionate appointment shall apply.

The Commissioner of School Education, A.P, Ibrahimpatnam, shall take necessary action accordingly and to take appropriate action for withdrawal of the Writ Petitions/Writ Appeals/SLPs etc., if any filed on the above subject matter.

1 comment:

  1. my father is working as a headmaster in Mandal parishad primary school. He will retire on December 2019. Now he is deceased(he is physically and mentally unfit to continue his duties). can i get that job under compassionate appointment.

    please do the needful
    thanking you.


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