GOVERNMENTOF ANDHRA PRADESH

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P.S. – TECHNICAL EDUCATION – Implementation of AllIndia Council for Technical Education Scales of Pay, 1996 to the Teachers, PhysicalDirectors and Librarians working in Government Polytechnics/Institutions in the State– Orders – Issued.


                                                 HIGHEREDUCATION (TE. 2) DEPARTMENT

                                                        G.O.Ms.No.72                     Dated26/9/2002

Read the following:-

1. G.O.Ms.No.4, Edn. (TE.2) Department, dt.01/01/1998. 2.G.O.Ms.No.580, Edn. (TE.2) Department, dt.03/12/1998. 3. G.O.Ms.No.33, Edn. (TE.2)Department, dt.30/01/1999. 4. From the Member Secretary, AICTE, New Delhi,Lr.No.F.No.1-65- CD/NEC/98-99, dt.30/12/1999. 5. G.O.Ms.No.158, Hr.Edn. (TE.2) Dept.,Dt.22/11/2000. 6. G.O. Rt .No.930, Higher Education (TE.2) Dept., Dt. 28-11-2000. 7. Fromthe Polytechnic All Lecturers Association Lr.No.PALA-I/2000, dt.14/2/2000. 8. From theC.T.E.Lr.No.B1-1/17180/2000-Vol.IV, dated 29/7/2000. 9. From theC.T.E.Lr.No.B1-1/17180/2000-Vol.IV, dated 18/10/2000. 10. From theC.T.E.Lr.No.B1-1/17180/2000-Vol.IV, dated 23/12/2000. 11. From the C.T.E.Lr.No.B1/4043/97-Vol.IV, dated 16/1/2001. 12. G.O.Rt. No 164, Hr. Edn. (TE2) Dept., dated19/2/2001 13. G.O.Rt.No.449, Hr. Edn. (TE.2) Dept., dt.19/6/2001. 14. From the C.T.E.,Lr.No. B1/17180/200, dated 30/4/2001 15. G.O.Ms.No.15, Hr. Edn (TE2) Dept., dt.30.3.2002.16. Representation from the President PALA dt.30.3.2002.

-ooo- ORDER:-

In the reference fourth read above, the All India Council forTechnical Education has issued its recommendations regarding revision of pay scales andservice conditions of Teachers of Diploma level technical institutions i.e., All IndiaCouncil for Technical Education Scales of Pay, 1996. The above recommendations areapplicable to all the teaching categories working in Diploma level technical institutionsfalling under the purview of All India Council for Technical Education.

2. In the reference eighth read above, the Commissioner ofTechnical Education has, in accordance with the above mentioned notification issued by theAll India Council for Technical Education and on the representation made by thePolytechnic All Lecturers Association (PALA) in the reference seventh read above,recommended for implementation of the Revised AICTE Scales of Pay 1996

3. In the reference fifteenth read above, Government have issuedorders extending All India Council for Technical Education Scales of 1996 to the Teachers,Physical Directors and Librarians working in Government Polytechnics/Institutions in theState who are drawing AICTE scales of 1986 with effect from 1/1/1996 notionally, monetarybenefit from 1/4/1999 and cash payment from 1/4/2002. It was ordered that the arrears from1/4/1999 to 31/3/2002 should be credited to the individual’s G.P.F. account. It wasalso mentioned that detailed instructions about the modalities of pay fixation etc., shallbe issued separately.

4. Government after careful examination hereby issue thefollowing instructions about the modalities to be followed for implementing the orders andG.O. issued in 15th read above:-

5. Short Title:- These pay scales shall be called Andhra PradeshRevised AICTE Scales of Pay, 1996.

6. Coverage and applicability: -These pay scales shall beapplicable to all the teaching staff, Librarians and Physical Directors who are drawingAICTE scales of 1986 working in Government Polytechnics, State-wide institutions,including Officers of the same category working at Commissionerate of Technical Educationand in the offices of Regional Directorates of Technical Education/State Board ofTechnical Education and Training (SBTET).

7. Date of effect : -

(a) These pay scales shall come into effect from 1.1.1996notionally with monetary benefit from 1.4.1999 and cash payment w.e.f. 1/4/2002.

(b) Arrears payable for the period 1/4/1999 to 31/3/2002 shall becredited to the G.P.F account for a period of 3 years w.e.f. 1/4/2002 to 31/3/2005.

8. Exercise of option:-

i) Every employee working in any of the categories mentioned inthe schedule appended to this order as on 1-1 -1996 may opt either:

(a) To remain in the existing AICTE Scales of Pay, 1986, OR

(b) To draw pay in the revised AICTE Scales of pay, 1996 eitherfrom 1/1/1996 or from the date on which he/she earns his/her increment in the existingAICTE scale of pay, 1986 after 1/1/1996 but not beyond 31/12/1996; OR

(c) Option should be exercised within a period of six months fromthe date of issue of these orders.

(d) Option in the prescribed form as specified in annexure tothis order should be submitted in triplicate to Head of the Departments with dueattestation by the respective drawing officers.

(ii) (a) A Government employee who is on Extra-Ordinary Leaveshall also be entitled to have his pay fixed in Revised Pay Scales and shall have monetarybenefit from the date of joining or 1/4/2002 whichever later.

(b) A Government employee who retired on or after 1.01.1996, mayalso exercise Option under this rule within a period of six months from the date ofreceipt of the communication from the Head of the Department or Office from where heretired from service

(c) In the case of a Government employee who died while inservice on or after 1.01.1996 or who may die before the last date as laid down in theseorders for the exercise of option, his/her legal heirs may exercise option in the manneras has been laid down in these rules.

(d) The scales of pay shall however be not applicable to thosewho have left the services from the Department on their own will/resigned/opted for reliefto join other departments in Central/State/Quasi Government/Private service etc., on orafter 1.01.1996 and where All India Council for Technical Education scales of pay, 1996are not in force.

9. Fitment Formula:

(i) Pay with effect from 1-01-1996 in the revised scales of paywill be fixed after giving the benefit of one increment for every three increments earnedin the pre-revised scales as stipulated in Rule (7) of Central Civil Services (Revisedpay) rules 1997, and governed by other relevant provisions of Central services (revisedpay) rules, 1997 as given below.

(a) The initial pay of the Government servant, who opts forAICTE, 1996 scales of pay, shall, unless otherwise directed, be fixed separately inrespect of his substantive pay in the permanent post on which he holds a lien or wouldhave held a lien if it had not been suspended, and in respect of his pay in theofficiating post held by him, in the following manner, namely:

(A) In the case of all employees :

(i) an amount representing 40 per cent of the basic pay in theexisting scale, i.e. AICTE 1986 scales, shall be added to the “existingemoluments” of the employee;

(ii) after the existing emoluments have been so increased, thepay shall thereafter be fixed in the revised scale at the stage next above the amount thuscomputed:

Provided that:-

(a) if the minimum of the revised scale is more than the amountso arrived at, the pay shall be fixed at the minimum of the revised scale;

(b) if the amount so arrived at is more than the maximum of therevised scale, the pay shall be fixed at the maximum of that scale;

Provided further that:

In the fixation of pay, the pay of Government servants drawingpay at more than four consecutive stages in an existing scale gets bunched, that is tosay, gets fixed in the revised scale at the same stage, the pay in the revised scale ofsuch of these Government servants who are drawing pay beyond the first four consecutivestages in the existing scale shall be stepped up to the stage where such bunching occurs,as under, by the grant of increment(s) in the revised scale in the following manner:

(a) for Government servants drawing pay from the 5th up to the8th stage in the existing scale – by one increment;

(b) for Government servants drawing pay from the 9th up to the12th stage in the existing scale, if there is bunching beyond the 8th stage- by twoincrements;

(c) for Government servants drawing pay from the 13th up to the16th stage in the existing scale, if there is bunching beyond the 12th stage – bythree increments;

If by stepping up of the pay as above, the pay of a Governmentservant gets fixed at a stage in the revised scale which is higher than the stage in therevised scale at which the pay of a Government servant who was drawing pay at the nexthigher stage or stages in the same existing scale is fixed, the pay of the latter shallalso be stepped up only to the extent by which it falls short of that of the former.

Provided also that:

The fixation thus made shall ensure that every employee will getat least one increment in the revised scale of pay for every three increments (inclusiveof stagnation increment(s), if any) in the existing scale of pay.

Explanation: for the purpose of this clause “Existingemoluments” shall include –

(a) the basic pay in the existing AICTE 1986 scale;

(b) dearness allowance appropriate to the basic pay admissible atindex average as on 01-01-1996; and

(c) the amounts of interim relief admissible on the basic pay inthe existing AICTE 1986 scale;

(ii) Pay in the revised pay scales shall be fixed at the stagewith reference to the stage admissible as per revised scale in the schedule. In cases,where the same stage is not available, the pay may be fixed at the stage next above thepay admissible.

(iii) The fixation of pay of Lectures (selection grade) under thecareer advancement scheme and of Heads of sections in the pre-revised scales of pay Rs.3700-125-4900-150-5700, who were selected/promoted strictly in accordance with rules andregulations framed by AICTE and who were in position as Lecturers (Selection grade) or asHead of Section as on 1/01/1996 will be made in a manner that they get their pay fixed atthe minimum of Rs. 14940 in the revised scale of pay of Rs.12000-420-18300 as and whenthey complete 5 years in the grade as per revised scales in the schedule.

(iv) Date of next increment:- The next increment of an employee,whose pay is fixed in the revised AICTE scales of pay, 1996 on 01-01-1996 in accordancewith the fitment formula as mentioned above, shall accrue on date on which he/she wouldhave drawn the increment had he/she continued in the existing scales of pay.

(v) In case of the teaching faculty, who have already retiredfrom Government service either voluntarily or on attaining the age of superannuation ordied while in service on or after 1-01-1996, the arrears on account of implementation ofthese scales of pay, shall be drawn and paid in cash.

(vi) No employee shall draw less emoluments than already drawingon account of implementation of these pay scales.

10. Payment of arrears: The arrears of pay and allowances payableto the employees covered by these pay scales from 1-4-1999 to 31/3/2002 shall be creditedto G.P.F.Account of the employees and cash shall be paid from the month of April, 2002payable on 1st May, 2002.

11. Service conditions: Government have decided that afterimplementation of these scales of pay the service conditions of teachers like recruitmentand qualification and selection procedure, shall be as indicated in Appendix-A to thisorder. The same shall be implemented

by the Commissioner of Technical Education within a time frame of6 months from the date of issue of this order by amending necessary statutes, ordinances,rules and regulations.

12. Payment of D.A., H.R.A and C.C.A:- Employees governed byAICTE scales of pay 1996, shall be entitled for D.A., HRA, CCA as per the rates and normsof AICTE pay scales on the analogy of Regional Engineering College, Warangal which hasextended AICTE Scales to Lecturers based on the G.O. issued vide G.O.Ms.No.288, HigherEducation (EC.1) Department, dated 11/11/1999.

13. QUALIFICATIONS:

1. The prescribed minimum qualifications and experiencerequirements for various teaching posts in diploma level technical institutions are givenin Appendix -A.

2. Where qualifications and experience prescribed for a post inthis pay revision are higher than the qualifications and experience prescribed by AICTEfor that post prior to this revision.

(i) the revised qualifications and experience will be requiredonly for fresh appointees to that post and will not be insisted on for existing incumbentsworking on those positions.

(ii) for open selection to a higher cadre position throughadvertisement or promotion to higher position, internal candidates presently working in alower position will be exempted from the prescribed higher qualification and experience tothe extent that they will be required to possess only the qualifications and experience asordered in the G.Os 2nd, 3rd and 5th read above. This relaxation will be available onlyfor a period of 5 (five) years from the date of issue of this G.O. Thereafter, internalcandidates must also possess the qualifications and experience prescribed in thisnotification.

3. Teachers already in service prior to January 1, 1996 and whoat the time of their recruitment possessed only a Second Class in their degree atBachelor’s or Master’s level (but met all the qualification requirementsprescribed by AICTE at the time of their recruitment) shall be exempted from therequirement of First Class for the Degree they had at the time of their recruitment.

14 INCENTIVES FOR POSSESSING HIGHER QUALIFICATIONS:

a. At the time of recruitment as Lecturers:

i) Four advance increments will be admissible to those who holdPh.D. Degree and

ii) Two advance increments will be given to those who hold M.PhilDegree in Science/Humanities and to those who hold M.E/M.Tech./M.Pharm/M.Arch. Degree.

b. A Teacher with M.E./M.Tech./M.Pharm/M.Arch, who does not havea Ph.D. degree will be eligible for two advance increments as and when he/she acquires aPh.D. degree in his/her service career.

c. A Lecturer with Ph.D. will be eligible for two advanceincrements, when he/she moves into the grade of Lecturer (Selection grade) through careeradvancement scheme or is appointed as Head of the Section.

The appointing authorities at various levels as per thedelegation of powers shall be authorized to sanction the Advance increments to theteachers whoever acquired the above qualification, as laid down above. These incentivesshall also be applicable to all staff members, who have been recruited by the Departmenton or after 1-01-1996.

15. CAREER ADVANCEMENT SCHEME (C.A.S):

(a) Career Advancement provides for movement of:- i) Lecturer toLecturer (Senior Scale). ii) Senior Lecturer/Lecturer (Senior Scale) to Lecturer(Selection Grade). iii) Librarian to Librarian(Senior Scale) iv) Librarian (Senior Scale)to Librarians(Selection grade) v) Physical Director to Physical Director (Senior Scale)vi) Physical Director (Senior scale)/Physical Director (Selection grade)

(b) For promotion under Career Advancement Scheme:-

i) The candidate must have consistently “ satisfactory”Performance Appraisal Report.

ii) Assessment and selection would be made by a selectioncommittee. The prescribed teaching/contact hours of a teacher selected/promoted under theCareer Advancement Scheme shall remain the same as that of the substantive post he/sheheld prior to such appointment to any of the cadres under Career Advancement Scheme.

LECTURER (SENIOR SCALE):

A Lecturer will be eligible for placement as Lecturer (SeniorScale) through a process of selection if he/she has:

i) Completed Six years of service which counts for increments asa Lecturer with a relaxation of two years for those with Ph.D. and one year for those withM.Phil/M.E./M.Tech/M.Arch/M. Pharm. Service includes the Service rendered by them on otherduty in the category under Vocational Scheme or in the Commissionerate or on deputationwith the State Board of Technical Education & Training or any other organization underForeign Service terms and conditions.

ii) Participated in one orientation course/induction training andone refresher course or industrial training of aggregate duration of 8 weeks, or hasundergone appropriate continuing education or training programs of comparable quality andduration as may be specified or approved by AICTE. Those who possesses Ph.D. Degree shallbe exempted from these course/training requirements.

iii) The extension of three years time for completion of trainingas provided in the G.O. 6th read above shall also be applicable to the teachers inA.I.C.T.E Scales of Pay, 1996.

LECTURER (SELECTION GRADE):

A Senior Lecturer/ Lecturer (Senior Scale ) who has aMaster’s Degree and 5 years’ experience as Senior Lecturer or Lecturer (SeniorScale) and has consistently earned satisfactory performance appraisal report will beeligible to be placed under Lecturer (Selection Grade) subject to the recommendation ofthe Selection Committee.

In the AICTE Notification of 1996 Scale of pay, it is mentionedthat a Senior Lecturer/Lecturer (Senior Scale) should have a Master’s Degree to beeligible for Lecturer (Selection Grade). However, as most of the existing teaching cadresin the Department possess qualifications as prescribed under APTES Rules, thequalifications prescribed at the time of their recruitment shall be followed for the awardof C.A.S

LIBRARIAN (SENIOR SCALE):

A Librarian will be eligible for placement as Librarian (SeniorScale) through a process of selection if he/she has:

(i) Completed Six years of service as Librarian after regularappointment.

(ii) Evidence of innovative Library services, published work andprofessional commitment, computerization of library.

(iii) and has consistently earned satisfactory performanceappraisal reports will be eligible to be placed under Librarian (Senior scale) subject tothe recommendation of the Selection Committee.

LIBRARIAN (SELECTION GRADE):-

A Librarian (Senior Scale) with at least 5 years of service withevidence of innovative library service and organization of published work and hasconsistently earned satisfactory performance appraisal reports will be eligible to beplaced under Librarian (Selection Grade) subject to the recommendation of the SelectionCommittee.

PHYSICAL DIRECTOR (SENIOR SCALE):-

A Physical Director will be eligible for placement as PhysicalDirector (Senior Scale) through a process of selection if he/she has:

(i) Should have completed six years of service as PhysicalDirector with a benefit of two years for Ph.D. and one year for M.Phil Degree holders.

(ii) Passed the Physical fitness test.

(iii) Consistently satisfactory appraisal reports.

(iv) Should have attended at least one orientation and onerefresher course of about three to four weeks duration each with proper and well definedevaluation procedure (exemption from one refresher course is granted to Ph.D. degreeholders). The Physical Directors who have got the benefit of the G.O. 12th read above,shall fulfill this requirement within three years time.

PHYSICAL DIRECTOR (SELECTION GRADE):

(i) Completed five years of service as Senior PhysicalDirector/Physical Director ( Senior Scale).

(ii) Has attended at least two refresher courses of about threefour weeks duration with proper and well-defined evaluation procedure after placement inthe scale of Rs. 3000-5000. (The benefit extended in the G.O. 12th read, shall also beapplicable now.

(iii) Show evidence of having produced good teams/ athletes andof having organized and conducted coaching camps at least two weeks duration.

(iv) Passed the physical fitness test.

(v) Consistently satisfactory appraisal reports.

16. Counting of qualifying service for career advancement:

The duration of service in a temporary capacity/contractappointment/Adhoc appointment/leave vacancy can be counted for promotion to seniorscale/selection grade provided that : (a) the tenure of such appointment was one year ormore than one year without any break (b) the incumbent was appointed on therecommendations of a selection committee constituted in accordance with the prescribedselection procedures as laid down by Directorate of Technical Education/State Government(c) the concerned Lecturer possesses the minimum qualification prescribed by AICTE forappointment as lecturers (d) the incumbent was selected to the regular post incontinuation of the service in a temporary capacity /contract appointment/Adhocappointment/leave vacancy without any break.

17. COMPOSITION OF COMMITTEE FOR C.A.S. PROMOTION:-

The All India Council for Technical Education has stated in itsnotification that it will specify the guidelines for selection process and the compositionof the Selection Committee for promotion under C.A.S Scheme. Until the AICTE Scheme isannounced the Selection Committee shall be the same as prescribed for direct recruitment.Since the A.P.Public Service Commission is the authority for selection for directrecruitment it shall also be the responsibility of the A.P.P.S.C. to scrutinize andrecommend names of candidates for promotion under C.A.S and recommend the names forpromotion. The committee shall consist of the following members:-

1. Chairman, A.P.Public Service Commission - Convener 2.Commissioner of Technical Education - Member 3 & 4. Two subject experts - Members (tobe nominated by the Chairman, A.P.P.S.C.) 5. Principal, Government Polytechnic - Member(to be nominated by the Chairman, A.P.P.S.C. in consultation with Commissioner ofTechnical Education)

Career Advancement Scheme will have the following movement in thetime scale.

(i) Lecturer to Lecturer (Senior Scale). (ii) Senior Lecturer,Lecturer (Senior Scale) to Lecturer (Selection Grade). (iii) Librarian to Librarian(Senior Scale). (iv) Librarian (Senior Scale) to Librarian (Selection Grade). (v) PhysicalDirector to Physical Director (Senior Scale). (vi) Physical Director (Senior Scale) toPhysical Director (Selection Grade).

Since for it is only a movement in time scale in respect of theabove posts the committee shall scrutinize the applications in the light of guidelinesprescribed by the All India Council for Technical Education and recommend the nameswithout subjecting them for interviews to the competent authority.

18. Teaching days: Every institution will have at least 180 fullteaching days per year (or 90 full teaching days per semester). “Teaching days”here shall mean actual class room /laboratory/contact teaching days and shall not includedays of examination/tour/sports etc.,

19. Work load : Work load of a teacher should not be less than 40hours a week of which teaching contact hour shall be as follows :

Principal : 6 hours /week Head of Section: 14 hours/week Sr.Lecturer: 16 hours/week Lecturers: 18 hours/week

For the above stipulation, two tutorial hours/two laboratoryhours will be counted as one teaching hour.

20. Age of superannuation : The age of superannuation forPolytechnic teachers shall be 58 years.

21. Future revision : The beneficiaries of these scales shall notbe entitled for revisions of scales again till next revision of scales are made by AllIndia Council for Technical Education.

22. Job responsibility : The job responsibilities of teachers ofPolytechnics are given in Appendix – B; of Physical Directors in Appendix –C;and of Librarians in Appendix – D.

23. Accountability :

(i) Pay revision as an integrated package : Better compensationpackage, and performance and accountability are interrelated, and one cannot be hadwithout the other. Performance appraisal and accountability shall be an integral part ofthis pay revision package.

(ii) Performance appraisal : An open, transparent and objectiveperformance appraisal system comprising of self appraisal, peer evaluation and studentevaluation shall be implemented. Government would evolve the guidelines in due course.

24. Other terms and conditions of service of teachers :

a. Anomalies, if any, in the implementation of the scheme shallbe brought to the notice of the Government through Commissioner of Technical Education forthe issue of clarification.

b. A standing Committee consisting of Joint Director (Admn),Secretary, SBTET and Deputy Director (Tech) shall be constituted by the Commissioner ofTechnical Education, for dealing with anomalies, which may arise from time to time duringimplementation of these Pay Scales.

c. Reimbursement of Professional Society Membership Fee: Teachersshall be eligible for reimbursement of 85% of the annual membership fee of oneNational/International Professional Society.

d. Reimbursement of TA/DA/Registration Fee for Conferences forpresenting Technical Papers: Teachers shall be reimbursed the expenses incurred forRegistration Fee and TA/DA for presenting technical papers at one National conferenceevery year and one International Conference every 3 years.

The expenditure for the above items c & d shall be met fromthe funds of State Board of Technical Education & Training.

e. Medical Facilities, Group Insurance, Leaves and LTC: MedicalFacilities/Group Health Insurance, Group Insurance Scheme, all types of leave, leaveencashment facilities and LTC shall be given on the pattern applicable to State GovernmentEmployees.

f. TA/DA Rules: TA/DA Rules in accordance with State Governmentnorms for the employees drawing U.G.C. scales of pay, 1996 shall be applied.

g. Teachers drawing these scales shall be entitled for pensionarybenefits as applicable to the teachers drawing UGC Scales of Pay, 1996.

25. This order issues with the concurrence of Finance (EBS.VII)Department vide their U.O.No.20963/424/EBS.VII/02, dated 31/7/2002.

26. A copy this order is available in the Internet and can beaccessed at the address: http://apts.gov.in/apgos

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

G. SUDHIR, PRINCIPAL SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT.

To The Commissioner of Technical Education, AP, Hyderabad. TheAccountant General, AP, Hyderabad. The Secretary, Andhra Pradesh Public ServiceCommission, Hyderabad. The Director of Treasuries and Accounts, AP, Hyderabad. TheDistrict Treasury Officers’ in Andhra Pradesh. The Pay and Accounts Officer,Hyderabad. Copy to:- The Finance (EBS.VII) Department. The President, Polytechnic AllLecturers’ Association (PALA), Hyderabad. PS to Addl. Secretary to Chief Minister. PSto Minister (TE). PS to Principal Secretary to Government. Sf/Sc.

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SECTION OFFICER

ANNEXURE – I to G.O.Ms.No.72, Hr. Edn. (TE.2) Dept.,dt.26/9/2002

FORM OF EXERCISING OPTION UNDER THE A.I.C.T.E SCALES OF PAY 1996

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I,…………………………………………………………holding the post of ……………………………..in the scale of …………………………, do herebyelect to come under the revised AICTE scales of pay, 1996 with effect from 1-1-1996 ORfrom …………………………… i.e. the date ofmy next increment in the existing scale of pay.

OR

(ii) to remain in the existing AICTE scales of pay of 1986.

The option hereby exercised is final and will not be modified atany subsequent date.

Date: Signature

Station: Name & Designation:

Signed before me

Principal

APPENDIX - A to G.O.Ms.No.72, Hr. Edn. (TE.2) Dept.,dt.26/9/2002.

QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE FOR THE TEACHING POSTS IN DIPLOMALEVEL TECHNICAL INSTITUTIONS (ENGINEERING/TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMMES)

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              G. SUDHIR,

PRINCIPAL SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT.

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                                          APPENDIX– Bto G.O.Ms.No.72, Hr. Edn. (TE.2) Dept., dt.26/9/2002.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES OF TEACHERS (Diploma Level TechnicalInstitutions) ACADEMIC

Teaching Diploma & Post-Diploma courses including lectures,laboratory & tutorials  Students Assessment & Evaluation includingExamination work of the State Board of Technical Education Planning and implementation ofinstruction in laboratory  Developing Resource Material & Curricula Design &Developing of laboratory instructions Participation in the Co-curricular andExtra-curricular activities Student guidance & counselling & helping theircharacter development  Innovation in technician education & evaluation Providingleadership in teaching Diploma & Post Graduate Diploma courses  Promoting andCoordinating Continuing Education Activities Self development through Up-gradation ofknowledge and skills  And any other relevant work assigned by the Head of theInstitution.

       G. SUDHIR,

PRINCIPAL SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT.

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APPENDIX-C to G.O.Ms.No.72, Hr. Edn. (TE.2) Dept., dt.26/9/2002.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES OF PHYSICAL DIRECTORS

A Physical Director: -

1. is responsible for giving proper training to the students ingames and sports

2. will conduct physical training classes regularly every day inthe early hours of the morning in the premises of the Institute

3. will arrange for the formation of games committee soon afterthe admissions are over. The Games Committee generally consists of the following members:-i. Prinicipal : Chariman ii. One Head of Section : Member iii. Game Secretary (Student) :Member iv. Games Captain (Student) : Member v. Physical Director : Member & Convener

4. will take all possible steps to ensure that proper playfields/ court tracks etc developed by mobilizing support and cooperation from Agenciesconcerned / Government Departments and with the active involvement of the staff andstudents.

5. will maintain minutes book in which the resolutions passed bythe games committee such as budget, conduct of annual games and sprots, participation inInter-polytechnic games,. Approved allocation of funds to various activities etc.

6. will procure games articles to the extent of the amountapproved by games committee on competitive rates

7. will maintain Courts

8. will maintain stock register separately one for the articlespurchased from the games fund and another for Government funds and a register ofunserviceable articles

9. will dispose of the unserviceable articles in public auctionwith the approval of games committee in respect of articles purchased from the Governmentfunds.

10. will maintain perfect cleanliness in the Institution andPremises with the assistance of students and contingent staff allotted to him by thePrincipal

11. his/ her working hours are generally from 7 a.m to 10 a.m.and 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. on all working days

         G.SUDHIR,

PRINCIPAL SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT.

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APPENDIX-D to G.O.Ms.No.72, Hr. Edn. (TE.2) Dept., dt.26/9/2002.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES OF LIBRARIANS

1. Book Selection and acquisition.

2. Planning and Developing the Library.

3. Orienting the users towards effective utilization of Libraryservices.

4. Cataloging and indexing and classification of Books andperiodicals.

5. Issuing and recovering of books, Restoring of Books andperiodicals.

6. Computerization of Library books and to maintain the booksfaculty wise.

 

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               G.SUDHIR,

PRINCIPAL SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT.

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SCHEDULE to G.O.Ms.No.72, Hr. Edn. (TE.2) Dept., dt.26/9/2002

Scale of pay of Teachers, Librarians and Physical Directors inDepartment of Technical Education

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           G. SUDHIR,

PRINCIPAL SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT.

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P.S. – TECHNICAL EDUCATION – Implementation of AllIndia Council for Technical Education Scales of Pay, 1996 to the Teachers, PhysicalDirectors and Librarians working in Government Polytechnics/Institutions in the State– Orders – Issued.-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------G.O.Ms.No. Hr.Edn., dt: /03/2002-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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1. G.O.Ms.No.4, Edn. (TE.2) Department, dt.01/01/1998. 2.G.O.Ms.No.580, Edn. (TE.2) Department, dt.03/12/1998. 3. G.O.Ms.No.33, Edn. (TE.2)Department, dt.30/01/1999. 4. From the Member Secretary, AICTE, New Delhi,Lr.No.F.No.1-65- CD/NEC/98-99, dt.30/12/1999. 5. G.O.Ms.No.158, Hr.Edn. (TE.2) Dept.,Dt.22/11/2000. 6. G.O. Rt .No. 930, Higher Education (TE.2) Dept., Dt. 28-11-2000. 7. Fromthe Polytechnic All Lecturers Association Lr.No.PALA-I/2000, dt.14/2/2000. 8. From theC.T.E.Lr.No.B1-1/17180/2000-Vol.IV, dated 29/7/2000. 9. From theC.T.E.Lr.No.B1-1/17180/2000-Vol.IV, dated 18/10/2000. 10. From theC.T.E.Lr.No.B1-1/17180/2000-Vol.IV, dated 23/12/2000. 11. From the C.T.E.Lr.No.B1/4043/97-Vol.IV, dated 16/1/2001. 12. G.O.Rt. No 164, HE (TE2) Dept., dated19/2/2001 13. From the C.T.E., Lr.No. B1/17180/200, dated 30/4/2001 -ooo- ORDER:

In the G.Os first, second, third and fifth read above, orderswere issued extending All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) Scales of Pay,1986 to the Teachers, Physical Directors and Librarians working in the GovernmentPolytechnics/Institutions in the State.

2. In the reference fourth read above, the All India Council forTechnical Education has issued its recommendations regarding revision of pay scales andservice conditions of Teachers of Diploma level technical institutions i.e., All IndiaCouncil for Technical Education Scales of Pay, 1996. The above recommendations areapplicable to all the teaching categories working in Diploma level technical institutionsfalling under the purview of All India Council for Technical Education.

3. In the reference eighth read above, the Commissioner ofTechnical Education has, in accordance with the above mentioned notification issued by theAll India Council for Technical Education and on the representation // 2 //

made by the Polytechnic All Lecturers Association (PALA) in thereference seventh read above, recommended for implementation of the Revised AICTE Scalesof Pay 1996 as follows:-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------S.No. Category Comparable Existing scales of Revised AICTE Scales Teaching Pay, 1986 inRupees of Pay, 1996 (in Rs.) Position (1) (2) (3) (4) (5)----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1. Lecturer --- 2200-75-2800-100-4000 8000-275-13500

2. Senior Lecturer/ Lecturer (Senior Scale) ---3000-100-3500-125-5000 10,000-325-15,200 3. Head of Section/ Lecturer (Selection Grade)--- 3700-125-4950-150-5700 12,000-420-18,300

4. Principal --- 4500-150-5700-200-6300 16,400-450-20,000

5. Physical Director Lecturer 2200-75-2800-100-40008000-275-13500

6. Librarian Lecturer 2200-75-2800-100-4000 8000-275-13500

7. Senior Physical Director/ Lecturer 3000-100-3500-125-500010,000-325-15,200 Physical Director(Senior (Senior Scale) Scale) 8. Senior Librarian/Librarian Lecturer 3000-100-3500-125-5000 10,000-325-15,200 (Senior Scale) (Senior Scale)9. Physical Director Lecturer 3700-125-4950-150-5700 12,000-420-18,300 (Selection Grade)(Selection Grade) 10. Librarian Lecturer 3700-125-4950-150-5700 12,000-420-18,300(Selection Grade) (Selection Grade)--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

5. Government after careful consideration of the revised AICTEscales of pay 1996 and the proposals submitted by the Commissioner of Technical Educationagree in principle to extend the revised AICTE scales of pay, 1996 to the teaching staffPhysical Directors and Librarians of Government Polytechnics who are presently governed byAICTE 1986 Scales of pay, notionally with effect from 1/1/1996. The arrears of Pay andAllowances from 1/4/1999 to 31/3/3003 shall be credited to G.P.F. account of the employeesand the payment of cash shall be made from the month of April, salaries 2002 payable on1st May, 2002.

6. Detailed instructions with regard to pay fixation formula,allowances payable, Modalities for extension of CAS etc. shall be issued separately.

7. This order issues with the concurrence of Finance (EBS.VII)Department vide their U.O.No. dated: