Sunday, 23 February 2014

KU ANNUAL UG 2014 EXAMS





DEAR friends,

From our GCGTA Adilabad district body we proposed to send a list of Degree lecturers

to kakatiya university for Observor and other duties for KU UG Annual exams 2014.

Hence i request you to fill area you wish to work and teaching experience in the given below

link as early as possible.

thank you


https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxH47gXwx2ieZEpiUUhnR09vTXM/edit?usp=sharing


S.NARENDAR REDDY
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Friday, 14 February 2014

GCGTA CIRCULAR

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GOVT. COLLEGE GAZETTED TEACHERS’ ASSOCIATION A.P.
Circular No. 7/2012-14 Date: 04/02/2014
Dear Members,
The Fifth State Executive Meeting was held on 03-02-2014 at Indira Priyadarshini
Govt. Degree College (W), Nampally, Hyderabad soon after the “MAHA DHARNA”
from 10 AM to 2 PM. It is a remarkable event conducted under the auspices of All India
Federation of University and College Teachers’ Organizations (AIFUCTO). Govt. College
Teachers’ Association (GCTA) and Affiliated College Teachers’ Association (ACTA),
constituents of AIFUCTO also participated in Maha Dharna. Around 1000 Lecturers /
Librarians / PDs from all districts joined hands in expressing showing their ire against
the indifference of the Govt. in solving the long pending demands of college teachers. Sri
Chukka Ramaiah, eminent educationist and former MLC, Sri Lakshmana Rao, MLC, Sri.B
Mohan Reddy, former MLC, Sri. S.D. Subba Reddy, former General Secretary, GCGTA, Sri.
Vijay Kumar, General Secretary, World Teachers’ Federation attended and expressed their
solidarity. This shows the strength and unity of the organization and I hope that the files
lying in a dormant state for a long period would be processed quickly. At the end of
Dharna programme, we presented a memorandum of demand to the Joint Director who
assured that our demands would be communicated to the Government with favourable
remarks. We presented a Memorandum of our demands to the Hon’ble Dy. Chief Minister
and also the Principal Secretary to Govt, Higher Education. I am happy to inform that the
Hon’ble Dy. Chief Minister responded positively and directed the Principal Secretary to
Govt, Higher Education to process the file relating to fitment formula as proposed by the
Commissioner of Collegiate Education in 2011. We also made it clear to the Govt. that the
Association would be forced to intensify agitation if favourable orders in respect of our
demands are not issued immediately. I thank all the State/District/Unit office bearers and
also members who have responded positively to the call given by AIFUCTO and made the
Dharna Programme a grand success. This historic event has been significantly covered by
the Press and Electronic Media also.
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The Executive unanimously applauded the efforts of the State Body and
congratulated the General Secretary in getting G.O.Ms. No. 3, Higher Education (CE-I)
department dated: 15-01-2014 extending the benefit of G.O. Ms.No.10, i.e. reckoning 50%
of service (over and above 5 years) rendered as Librarian / PD in Junior Colleges for the
purpose of CAS in Degree Colleges on par with Lecturers and also in delegating powers to
RJDCEs for fixation of pay under CAS/AAS.
The Executive resolved unanimously to represent the following issues to the Govt:-
1. Fitment formula for conversion from State Pay Scales to UGC Pay Scales in respect of
Lecturers promoted in November, 2010 / May 2013.
2. One-time opportunity to Lecturers to get into UGC Pay Scales of 1996 and 2006.
3. Restoration of G.O. Rt. No. 744, dated 01-10-2010 to facilitate the teachers who
possess M. Phil qualification prior to 11-07-2009 to get into UGC Pay Scales.
4. Reckoning of total service rendered in State Scales in Degree Colleges for CAS
promotion by amending G.O. Ms. No. 24.
5. Change of nomenclature as Asst. Professor / Associate Professor / Professor.
6. Sanction of Additional Posts of Lecturers where there is additional work load in the
newly sanctioned Govt. Colleges.
7. Absorption of personal pay in UGC RPS 2006 in respect of Lecturers whose pay
exceeded the maximum of the Scale in UGC Pay Scales, 1996.
8. Regularization of Services of Lecturers from November, 2000 to November, 2010.
9. Award of CAS promotions as per UGC New Regulations immediately.
10. Preservation of Earned Leave to Lecturers who conducted Elections during summer
vacation (2011 and 2012)
11. Revalidation of the earlier orders issued by the Commissioner of Collegiate Education
allowing UGC Scales of 1996 to certain Lecturers.
12. Enhancement of the age of superannuation to 60 years on par with University
Teachers.
13. Reducing the eligibility period of service in respect of SC/ST Lecturers from 15 years
to 10 years for promotion as Principals of Govt. Degree Colleges..
14. Issuing of Fresh Notification by APPSC to award CAS promotions to eligible
Lecturers/Librarians / P.Ds as per UGC Old Regulations upto 30-06-2010.
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I request all the District Secretaries / Presidents to enthuse the cadre by circulating all
the circulars being sent by the State Body regularly. At the same time, I appeal to all to pay
membership amount for the year 2013 still due from many districts and also for the year 2014
at the earliest, as it is difficult to pursue the activities without financial support from the
members. I request all the Unit Secretaries / Presidents to complete the process and handover
the membership amount as well as Rs. 150/- towards Diary 2014 to the District Secretaries
concerned immediately. I request all the District Secretaries / Presidents to consolidate the
membership amount for the years 2013 & 2014 and also towards Diary 2014 and send the
same in the form of a D.D. drawn in favour of the General Secretary, GCGTA, A.P. before
28th February, 2014. The Income and Expenditure Statement presented at the State Executive
Meeting by the Finance Secretary clearly shows how difficult it is to pursue the activities as
there is a huge deficit. Hence, all the members are requested to extend their full cooperation
by paying membership amount for the years 2013 and 2014.
I seek your cooperation in all our future endeavors. The State Body continues to
strive hard as ever and fight for our just demands.
Always at your service,
(J. RAMA MURTHY)
General Secretary
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GOVT. COLLEGE GAZETTED TEACHERS’ ASSOCIATION, A.P.
5th State Executive Meeting 03-02-2014
General Secretary’s Report
Dear Members,
I have great pleasure in inviting you all to the 5th State Executive Meeting being held
today i.e., 03-02-2014 at Indira Priyadarshini Govt. Degree College (W), Nampally,
Hyderabad. At the outset, I wholeheartedly congratulate and thank all the office bearers and
members who have come from different parts of the State and attended today’s “Maha
Dharna” programme in a large number and made it a grand success. The Fourth State
Executive Meeting held on 24-11-2013 resolved unanimously to resort to agitational
programmes to voice our protest against the inordinate delay being caused in settling our long
pending issues and in accordance with the decision taken then we have conducted today’s
“Maha Dharna” under the auspices of All India Federation of University and College
Teachers’ Organizations (AIFUCTO). . I am happy to inform that Govt. College Teachers’
Association (GCTA) and Affiliated College Teachers’ Association, (ACTA), constituents of
AIFUCTO have also extended their support and participated in the Dharna Programme along
with GCGTA. It is indeed a remarkable event and I hope that this show of strength would go
a long way in getting our demands fulfilled. I express my deep gratitude to
Sri. Chukka Ramaiah Garu, eminent educationist and former MLC, Sri Laxman Rao Garu,
MLC, Sri B. Mohan Reddy Garu, former MLC and Sri Vijay Kumar Garu, General
Secretary, World Teachers’ Federation for their benign presence and solidarity. I express any
heartful thanks to Sri.S.D. Subba Reddy, former General Secretary, GCGTA for attending the
programme. You are all aware that the State Body has been relentlessly pursuing all the
pending issues and trying its best to convince that Govt. and the authorities concerned to
issue favourable orders. But to our dismay, the files relating to our issues are being sent back
by various departments under one pretext or the other. I am also aware that we are all put to
a lot of pressure, mental agony and financial loss also due to Government’s indifference in
solving our issues. However, your active participation and cooperation in all the activities
being taken up by the State Body give us the much needed strength to march ahead and as a
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part of it, we have staged today’s Dharna. I take this opportunity to place before you some of
the recent developments and achievements pertaining to the Association.
1. Extension of the benefit of G.O.Ms.No. 10 to Librarians / PDs
This has been one of the major long pending issues. After the elections to the
Association in April 2010, the First State Executive Meeting unanimously resolved that the
benefit of G.O.Ms.No. 10 should be extended to Librarians / PDs who are also members of
our Association. In accordance with the unanimous resolution of the First State Executive
held in April 2010 we represented the matter to the Govt. Though the file has been under
process all these years, many objections were raised and the file was rejected due to the
interference of some persons (Not of our Association). But we never felt disappointed and rerepresented
the issue, prepared arguments and ultimately convinced the Govt. After a
protracted struggle, G.O.Ms.No.3 Higher Education (CE-1) Department dated 15-01-2014
has been issued reckoning 50% of service (over and above 5 years) rendered as Librarian/P.D
in Jr. Colleges for the purpose of CAS promotions in Degree Colleges on par with
Lecturers. I thank the Govt. and the CCE in this regard.
2. Delegation of Powers to RJDCEs for fixation of Pay Under CAS/AAS:- On many
occasions in the past, the members represented that undue delay and hardship is being caused
in fixing pay under CAS/AAS in the O/o the CCE due to pressure of work. As per the
resolution of the Association, we represented the matter to the CCE. On our representation
dated 28-09-2013, the CCE issued proceedings Rc.No. 678/UGC PF 3/2013 dt. 10-12-2013
delegating powers to the RDDCEs concerned to fix pay under CAS/AAS in respect of
Teaching and non-teaching working in Govt. and Aided Degree Colleges. I trust that this
would lessen the hardships of members.
3. AIFUCTO conference in Mangalore:- The 27th Statutory Conference of AIFUCTO was
held from 30-11-2013 to 02-12-2013 at Mangalore, Karnataka. The State President, the
General Secretary, the Finance Secretary and 20 representatives from Warangal and other
districts attended the conference. Elections were held on 02-12-2013 to elect office bearers of
AIFUCTO. I am happy to inform you that the General Secretary, GCGTA, A.P. contested for
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the post of Vice-President and was elected. I thank GCTA and ACTA Office Bearers who
have extended their wholehearted cooperation in this regard. Today, we have successfully
staged Dharna under the auspices of AIFUCTO, duly supported by sister organizations,
GCTA and ACTA. We have showed our strength through today’s Dharna and conveyed the
message that the college teachers can’t be subjected to undue hardships for a long time. I
once again thank you all for participating in today’s Dharna programme.
4. Diary 2014:- I am delighted to inform you that Diary 2014 was released on 09-01-2014
by the Hon’ble Dy. C.M., Sri. Damodar Rajanarasimha. The Commissioner of Collegiate
Education Smt K. Sunitha, IAS graced the occasion. I thank the Convener and the members
of the Diary Committee in this regard. The diaries have been despatched to all the District
Office bearers. I request the District Secretaries/ Presidents to collect Rs.150/- per member
towards the cost of the Diary and send the same to the Convener, Diary Committee
immediately.
The following issues are being pursued by the State Body and I hope that we would
be able to get favourable orders shortly in respect of these long pending issues :-
1. Fitment formula for conversion from State Pay Scales to UGC Pay Scales in respect
of Lecturers promoted in November, 2010 / May 2013.
2. One-time opportunity to Lecturers to get into UGC Pay Scales of 1996 and 2006.
3. Restoration of G.O. Rt. No. 744, dated 01-10-2010 to facilitate the teachers who
possess M. Phil qualification prior to 11-07-2009 to get into UGC Pay Scales.
4. Reckoning of total service rendered in State Scales in Degree Colleges for CAS
promotion by amending G.O. Ms. No. 24.
5. Change of nomenclature as Asst. Professor / Associate Professor / Professor.
6. Sanction of Additional Posts of Lecturers where there is additional work load in the
newly sanctioned Govt. Colleges.
7. Absorption of personal pay in UGC RPS 2006 in respect of Lecturers whose pay
exceeded the maximum of the Scale in UGC Pay Scales, 1996.
8. Regularization of Services of Lecturers from November, 2000 to November, 2010.
9. Award of CAS promotions as per UGC New Regulations immediately.
10. Preservation of Earned Leave to Lecturers who conducted Elections during summer
vacation (2011 and 2012)
11. Revalidation of the earlier orders issued by the Commissioner of
Collegiate Education allowing UGC Scales of 1996 to certain Lecturers.
12. Enhancement of the age of superannuation to 60 years on par with University Teachers.
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13. Filling up of existing vacancies in all colleges on regular basis to enable the colleges
function effectively and improve academic standards.
Membership for the year 2013 and 2014:- It is distressing to note that some Districts have
not sent the membership amount for the year 2013. You all know how difficult it is to pursue
the activities of the Association without financial support. Further, I request all the
Dt Secretaries / Presidents to collect Rs.500/- per member, retain Rs.75/- as unit share and
hand over Rs.425/- per member to the Dt Secretaries concerned before 20-02-2014 towards
membership for the year 2014 alongwith 2013 membership amount. The District Secretaries
are requested to send Rs.350/- per member in the form of DD drawn in favour of the General
Secretary, GCGTA, A.P. before 28th Feb 2014.
I request all of you to circulate all circulars among the members and enlighten them. I
request you to extend full cooperation and strengthen the Association. Let us be united as
ever and fight for our just demands.
Ever at your service,
(J.RAMA MURTHY)
General Secretary
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Govt. College Gazetted Teachers’ Association, A.P.
5th State Executive Meeting 03-02-2014
Income and Expenditure Statement
Dear Members,
I present before you the Income and Expenditure Statement for the period
01-11-2013 to 31-01-2014
S.No Expenditure Amount Income Amount
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Union Office maintenance charges for
3 months @ Rs.800 P.M.
2400
By Membership
subscription for the year 2013,
between 24-11-2013 and 31-01-
2014 (228 Members @ Rs. 350/-
each)
79800
2 Advance to President towards T.A. etc 10000
Previous Deficit
Expenditure
Total Deficit
Less
4,12,594
157,448
5,70,042
79800
3 AIFUCTO Seminar and election expenditure (TA
& Lodging )
24548
10200
4 Stationery 2600
5 Xerox, DTP 12300
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Conveyance to General Secretary for
3 months @ Rs.10,000 P.M
30000
7 Office Maintenance and organizational
expenditure
17000
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Office boy’s salary for 3 months
@ Rs.8000/- P.M
24000
9 Telephone Charges to GS for 3 months 10500
10
Executive Meeting Expenditure
(24-11-13)
6000
11 Printing of booklets/circulars 7500
12 Postage for Booklets 400
Total 1,57,448 By Deficit 4,90,242
I request you all to approve the above statement.
(S. KRISHNAIAH) (J. RAMA MURTHY)
Finance Secretary General Secretary
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GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH
ABSTRACT
Collegiate Education - Extension of G.O.Ms.No.10, Higher Education (CE.I)
Department, dated: 19-02-2004 to Physical Directors and Librarians of Degree Colleges
on par with the Lecturers in counting the 50% Junior College service for CAS in UGC
Pay Scales - Orders - Issued.
HIGHER EDUCATION (CE-I) DEPARTMENT
Go.Ms.No.3 Dated :15-01-2014
Read the following:-
(01) G.O.Ms.No.10, Higher Education (CE.1-1) Dept., dt. 19-02-2004.
(02) G.O.Ms.No.4, Higher Education (CE.1) Dept., dt.07-01-2008
(03) Govt. Memo No.15692/CE.1-1/2008-3, dt. 16-11-2009.
(04) From General Secretary, C.P.E.T.A, Hyd. Representation dt.22-01-2010
(5) From General Secretary, College Librarians' Association, Hyd, representation
dt.22-01-2010.
(6) From General Secretary, GCGTA, Hyderabad, representation dt.22-01-2011.
(7) Govt.LetterNo.15692/CE-l-1/2008-5, dt.11-04-2011.
(8) From Secretary, APSCHE, Hyd. Lr.No.APSCHE/UM-591/CAS-JLs-
Coun.Service/2011,dt.31-05-2011.
(9) From CCE, A.P., Hyd. Lr.No.555/UGC.PF.1/2008, dt. 18-09-2011.
(10) From CCE, A.P., Hyd. Lr.No.555/UGC.PF.3/2008, dt.06-06-2013.
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ORDER
In the G.O.1st read above, the Government have issued orders, for counting 50%
of JL Service (over and above 5 years) for computation of Career Advancement. Scheme
(CAS) prospectively without prejudice to the existing seniority among the Lecturers working
in Govt. Degree Colleges drawn from various sources of recruitment and that higher pay by
virtue of this will not be entitled to seniority over other Lecturers.
2. In the G.O.2nd read above, the Government have clarified that the Lecturers who opted
to withdraw Automatic Advancement Scheme Grades in the lower cadre i.e. Junior
Lecturers are eligible for computation of 50% of JL Service [over and above 5 years] to
CAS. Their pay should also be regularized in the lower cadre i.e. Junior Lecturer duly
withdrawing the AAS Grades in the lower cadre as per their option for getting weightage
of 50% of Junior Lectuer service for CAS.
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3. In the reference 4th read above, the Collegiate Physical Education Teachers'
Association have requested the Government to re-examine the case of Physical
Directors in Govt. Degree Colleges by amending the G.O.Ms.No.10, Higher
Education (CE.I) Department, dt. 19-02-2004'.
4. In the reference 5th read above, the College Librarians' Association have
requested the Government to issue orders directing that weightage of 50% service of a
Librarian in Govt.Junior College shall be reckoned for the purpose of Careed Advancement
Scheme in UGC Pay Scales of 1986 and 1996 in Govt. Degree College.
5. In the reference 6th read above, the Government College Gazetted Teachers'
Association, Andhra Pradesh have informed that the Librarians and Physical Directors are
eligible to derive the benefit of G.O.Ms.No.10, Higher Education (CE.I) Department,
dt. 19-02-2004 on par with the Lecturers for the following reasons and requested to extend
the benefits to the Librarians and Physical Directors also who are working in Govt.Degree
Colleges on par with the Lecturers in Govt. Degree Colleges:-
a) Majority of Librarians and Physical Directors are drawing UGC Pay Scales
along with Lecturers;
b) They are getting CAS promotions on par with Lecturers;
c) 75% of the Librarians and Physical Directors working in Govt. Degree
Colleges are promoted from Govt. Junior Colleges like Junior Lecturers;
d) As per G.O.Ms.No.32, Education (H2) Department, dt.05-02-1996, the
Librarians working in Govt. Junior Colleges are treated as teaching staff;
e) UGC Scales are applicable to teaching staff only.
6. In the reference 8th read above, the A.P.State Council of Higher Education
opined that the request of Government College Gazetted Teachers' Association to count
50% of service rendered by the Graduate Librarians and Physical Directors in the
Gov.Junior Colleges for the purpose of CAS in Degree College Service as Lecturers in
the Govt. Degree Colleges on par with other subject Lecturers is reasonable and hence,
the Librarians and Physical Directors working in Degree Colleges be given the same
facility / benefit in counting the service rendered in Junior Colleges on par with other
teachers in terms of G.O.Ms.No.10, dt.19-02-2004 and other G.Os thereon.
7. In the reference 9th read above, the Commissioner of Collegiate Education,
A.P., Hyderabad, while indicating the total number of beneficiaries and explaining certain
other items, has requested the Government to take a decision on the request of the
Association.
8. The Government, after careful examination of the matter, have observed that it is a
fact that the existing Govt.orders and Court Judgments confirm that the posts of Physical
Director / Librarian are equivalent to that of a Lecturer In a College that all these posts are
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carrying the same scale of pay and service benefits like CAS etc. in the Degree Colleges and
when anomalies have not arose in case of Lecturers, anomalies may not arise in case of
Physical Directors / Librarians, if their request is considered as per G.O.Ms.No.10, dt.19-02-2004
It is further observed that to eliminate the double benefit, if any, undue advantages are given to any
employee, it can be find out and recovered at the time of audit.,Further, there are no left over
categories other than Physical Directors/Librarians for extension of G.O.Ms.No. 10, dt.19-02-2004
9. In the above circumstances, Government hereby order to extend the benefit of
G.O.Ms.No.10, Higher Education (CE.I) Department, dt.19-02-2004. to Physical Directors
and Librarians of Degree Colleges on par with the Lecturers in counting the 50% Junior College
service for Career Advancement Scheme (CAS) in UGC Pay Scales.
10. The Commissioner of Collegiate Education, A.P., Hyderabad, shall take further
action in the matter, accordingly.
11. This order issues with the concurrence of Finance (Expr.HE) Department vide
their U.O.No.878/35/EHE/2014, Dated: 09-01-2014.
(BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF ANDHRA PRADESH)
AJAY MISRA,
PRINCIPAL SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT.
To
The Commissioner of Collegiate Education, A.P., Hyderabad.
Copy to:-
The Secretary, A.P. State Council of Higher Education, Hyderabad.
The General Secretary, Govt. College Gazetted Teachers' Association, Hyderabad.
The Accountant General, A.P., Hyderabad.
The Director of Treasuries and Accounts, A.P
The Finance (Expr.HE) Department.
SF / SCs.
//FORWARDED :: BY ORDER//
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PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMMISSONER OF COLLEGIATE EDUCATION
ANDHRA PRADESH: HYDERABAD
Present : Smt. K. Sunitha, IAS
Rc.No.678/UGC.PF.3/2013 Dated: 10.12.2013
Sub:- University and Colleges – Government/ Aided Degree Colleges- Fixation of pay
of Teaching and Non teaching Staff working in Government and Aided Degree
Colleges under Career Advancement Scheme/Automatic Advancement scheme
respectively – Delegation of Powers – Orders – Issued.
Read:- 1. G.O.Ms.No.208 Higher Education, dated:29.06.1999.
2. G.O.Ms.No.67 Education (UE.II-1) Department, dated:04-04-2000.
3. G.O.Ms.No.10 Education, dated: 19.02.2004.
4. G.O.Ms.NO.4 Higher Education, dated: 08.01.2007
5. Govt. Memo.o.6612/CE.I-1/2008-3, dated: 04.08.2008.
6. G.O.Ms.No.24 Education, dated: 08.01.2007.
7. CCE’s Proc.Rc.No.1522/UGC.PF.1/2000, dated:26.09.2008.
8. G.O.Ms.No.974 Education, dated: 29.12.2010
9. G.O.Ms.No.140 Education, dated:03.10.2005.
10.G.O.Ms.No.160 Education, dated: 02.11.200
11. G.O.Ms.No.135 Education, dated: 18.09.2009.
12. G.O.Ms.No.14 Education, dated: 19.02.2010
13. G.O.Ms.No.438 Education, dated: 28.12.2010.
14. G.O.Ms.No.213 Finance (PC.I) Department, dated: 27.08.2005
15. G.O.Ms.No.241 Finance (PC.II) Dept. dated: 28.09.2005.
16. G.O.Ms.No.52 Finance (PC.I) dated: 25.02.2010.
17. G.O.Ms.No.93 Education (PC.II), dated: 03.04.2010.
18. G.O.Ms.No.966 Higher Education (CE.I-1) Department, dated: 22.12.2010
19. G.O.Ms.No.96 Finance (PC.II) Department, dated: 20.05.2011.
20. Letter dated: 28.09.2013 of the General Secretary, Government College
Gazetted Teachers’ Association, 21st Century Complex, Nampally,
Hyderabad.
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The Commissioner of Collegiate Education here by delegates the powers
temporarily to the Regional Joint Directors of Collegiate Education for fixations of pay
under Career Advancement Scheme (CAS) and Automatic Advancement Scheme
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(AAS) in respect of Teaching and Non teaching staff working in Government and
Aided Degree Colleges.
The Regional Joint Directors are instructed to follow all the Government Orders
and rules governing pay fixations under CAS & AAS in respect of Teaching and Non
teaching Staff working in Government and Aided Degree Colleges in the State
scrupulously.
The Regional Joint Directors are held responsible for any deviation in the above
matter and action will be initiated under C.C. & A Rules 1991.
The receipt of these Proceedings shall be acknowledged.
(Orders of the Commissioner have been obtained in the Note File)
N. Geetanjali
For Commissioner of Collegiate Education
To
The Regional Joint Directors of
Collegiate Education, Rajahmundry, Guntur, Cuddapah & Warangal.
Copy to the Principals of
Government Degree Colleges in the State.
Copy to the Correspondents of
Private Aided Degree Colleges in the State.
Copy to the District Treasury Officers Concerned.
Copy to Sub Treasury Officers Concerned.
Copy to Pay & Accounts Officer, Hyderabad.
Copy to the Account General,
Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad.
Copy to the General Secretary
Government College Gazetted Teacher’s Association, Hyderabad.
Copy to the General Secretary
Government College Teachers’ Association, Hyderabad.
Copy to All Officers & All Sections in the Office.
Copy to UGC.PF1&2 Seats in the section with a request to returned the proposals if
any, to the RJDs concerned.
//True Copy Attested//
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PROCEEDINGS OF THE COMMISSONER OF COLLEGIATE EDUCATION
ANDHRA PRADESH: HYDERABAD
Present : Smt. K. Sunitha, IAS
Rc.No.803/UGC.PF.3/2010 Dated: 31.07.2013
Sub: Government Degree College – Extension of Revised UGC Pay Scales 2006 to
those who were appointed after 01.01.2006 with M.Phil, qualification –
Regarding.
Read: Minutes of the meeting held on 05.07.2013 communicated through
Govt.Lr.No.2615/CE.I-1/2013, dated: 08.07.2013
***
The Principal of all Government Degree Colleges in the State are informed that
Government convened a meeting on 05.07.2013 to discuss various demands of Service
Association (i.e GCGTA). To allow UGC revised pay Scales 2006 to M.Phil. holders
who were appointed during 2007,2008 & 2000 through APPSC and drawing UGC pay
Scales of 1996 is are among the demands discussed and the Principal Secretary
accepted the demand and later communicated minutes vide reference read above.
Therefore, the Principals of respective Government Degree Colleges are directed
to send proposals to those candidates who were appointed during 2007, 2008 & 2009
and allowed UGC Scales of 1996 by virtue of possessing M.Phil., for corresponding
fixation in the Revised UGC pay scales of 2006. They are informed that such proposals
should be accompanied with the copies of appointment orders, copies of orders by
which the teachers were allowed UGC 1996 Scales together with Service Registers, for
further examination.
(Orders of the commissioner have been obtained in the Note File)
N. Geetanjali
For Commissioner of Collegiate Education
To
The Principals of Government Degree Colleges.
Copy to the Regional Joint Director of
Collegiate Educations concerned.
Copy to all DTOs/STOs concerned.
Copy to submitted to the Principal Secretary
Higher Education Department, Govt. of A.P., Hyderabad.
Copy to Ser.II, III & IV Sections in the Office.
Copy to all Officers in the Office.
Copy to the General Secretary,
Govt. College Gazetted Teachers’ Association.
Copy to The General Secretary,
Government College Teachers’ Association.
Copy to UGC.PF.1 Seat.
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Wednesday, 12 February 2014

KU UG EXAM TIME TABLE 2014

          
KAKATIYA UNIVERSITY WARANGAL
B.A I/II/III YEAR COMMON   CORE (Y.W.S)
   ANNUAL EXAMINATIONS – MARCH/APRIL, 2014


T I M E   - T A B L E


FIRST YEAR (B.A)                                                          TIME: 2.00.P.M. TO 5.00.P.M.


DATE & DAY


SUBJECT

04-03-2014
TUESDAY

   GENERAL ENGLISH  (OLD)
   GENERAL ENGLISH  (NEW)

06-03-2014
THURSDAY

SECOND LANGUAGE       i) TELUGU                            ii) HINDI 
                                             iii)  SANSKRIT                       iv) URDU
                                              v)  ARABIC
10-03-2014
MONDAY

1. POLITICAL SCIENCE
    Concepts, Theories & Institutions
2. RURAL INDUSTRIES
    Rural Industries   and Perspective


12-03-2014
WEDNEDAY

1. ECONOMICS
       Micro Economics
2.TOURISM & TRAVEL MANAGEMENT
     Tourism Business & Marketing

14-03-2014
FRIDAY

1. HISTORY
    History  and  Culture of India up to A.D 1526
2. JOURNALISM & MASS COMMUNICATIONS
    Introduction to Journalism  & Mass Communication

18-03-2014
TUESDAY

1. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
    Introduction to Public Administration
2. COMMERCE   
    Business Organization & Management
.
20-03-2014
THURSDAY

1. MODERN LANGUAGE       i) TELUGU                  ii) HINDI
                                                   iii) ENGLISH )              iv) URDU
2. COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH  
      Introduction to Phonetics                         
3. ADVERTISING & SALES MANAGEMENT
    Advertising – I

22-03-2014
SATURDAY

1. SOCIOLOGY
    Basic concepts and perspectives    
2. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
    General Management & Organization Behaviour
3. OFFICE MANAGEMENT
    Principles & Practice of Management

25-03-2014
TUESDAY

1. COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
    Introduction to Computers & Programming - (Common for B.A. & B.Sc. Biology)  














SECOND YEAR (B.A)                                            TIME: 9.00.A.M. TO 12.00.NOON



DATE & DAY


SUBJECT
05-03-2014
WEDNESDAY

GENERAL ENGLISH

07-03-2014
FRIDAY

SECOND LANGUAGE      i) TELUGU                ii) HINDI 
                                             iii)  SANSKRIT          iv) URDU
                                              v)  ARABIC                
11-03-2014
TUESDAY

1. POLITICAL SCIENCE 
    Indian Government & Politics    
2. RURAL INDUSTRIES
    Planning and Rural Industries

13-03-2014
THURSDAY

1. ECONOMICS  
     Macro Economics
2. TOURISM & TRAVEL MANAGEMENT
   Tourism Product   
    
15-03-2014
SATURDAY

1. HISTORY
    History and   Culture of India (1526-1950)
2. JOURNALISM & MASS COMMUNICATIONS
    Constitution of India and Press –Socio Economic and  Cultural Affairs

19-03-2014
WEDNESDAY

1. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
    Public Administration in India
2. COMMERCE
    Accountancy


21-03-2014
FRIDAY

1. MODERN LANGUAGE       i) TELUGU                                        ii) HINDI     
                                                   iii) ENGLISH                                      iv) URDU     
2. ADVERTISING & SALES MANAGEMENT
    Advertising - II
3. COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH : Introduction to phonetics and Remedial Grammar

24-03-2014
MONDAY

1. SOCIOLOGY
    Society in India
2. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
    Human Resource Management 
3. OFFICE MANAGEMENT        
    Public Office Management

26-03-2014
WEDNESDAY

1. COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
    Office Automation    (Common for B.A. & B.Sc. Biology)























THIRD YEAR (B.A)                                                 TIME: 9.00.AM. TO 12.00.NOON




DATE & DAY

SUBJECT

04-03-2014
TUESDAY
1. POLITICAL SCIENCE – III
    Political Thought 
2. RURAL INDUSTRIES - III
    Rural Entrepreneurship

06-03-2014
THURSDAY
1. POLITICAL SCIENCE – IV
    a) International Relations  
    b) Government & Politics in A.P.
    c)  Principles of Public Administration
2.  RURAL INDUSTRIES – IV
    Micro Level Planning & Rural Industrialization
10-03-2014
MONDAY
1.  ECONOMICS – III
     Indian Economy  
2. TOURISM & TRAVEL MANAGEMENT - III
    Travel Agency & Tourism Development
12-03-2014
WEDNEDAY
  ECONOMICS- IV
   a) Public Economics
   b) Quantitative Methods
   c) Economic Statistics
   d) International Economics
   e) AP Economy
   f) Rural Development
   g) Financial Economics
   h) Public Finance and International Economics
   i) Quantitative Techniques
   j)  Rural Industries – Micro Level Planning
14-03-2014
FRIDAY
 1. HISTORY – III
      History of Modern World (1456-1945.AD) 
 2. JOURANLISM – III
      Reporting Editing & Feature Writing
18-03-2014
TUESDAY
 1. HISTORY – IV
      a) History and Culture of A.P. (From Shatavahana to 1956 A.D.) 
      b) Ancient Civilizations
      c) Cultural Tourism in India
      d) Principles and Method of Archaeology                         
 2. JOURNALISUM – IV
  Public Relations & Multimedia
20-03-2014
THURSDAY
 1. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION – III 
 Management of Resources 
 2. COMMERCE – III
    Commercial & Industrial law
22-03-2014
SATURDAY
1.  PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION – IV
    a)  Office Management
    b) E-Governance
    c) Rural and Urban Government in India
2. COMMERCE - IV
     Business Statistics
25-03-2014
TUESDAY
1. MODERN LANGUAGE - III            
                                                        i) TELUGU                                        ii) HINDI     
                                                      iii) ENGLISH                                      iv) URDU
2. COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH – III
     The use of English
3.  ADVERTISING & SALES MANAGEMENT – III
     Management of Sales force

27-03-2014
THURSDAY
1. SOCIOLOGY – III
    Modern India; Social Change; Development and Issues.
2. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT - III
    Industrial Relations and Industrial Law
3. OFFICE MANAGEMENT - III
    Secretarial Practice

   

Contd. . . . 2







THIRD YEAR   (B.A)                                              TIME: 9.00.A.M. TO 12.00.NOON



DATE & DAY

SUBJECT

29-03-2014
SATURDAY

1. COMPUTER APPLICATIONS – III       
      GUI Programming - (Common for B.A. & B.Z.C.)                                                                           

01-04-2014
TUESDAY


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS – IV
      Data Base Management System  - (Common for B.A. & B.Z.C.)
02-04-2014
WEDNESDAY

1. MODERN LANGUAGE - IV                 
                                                              i) TELUGU                                   ii) HINDI       
                                                            iii) ENGLISH                                 iv) URDU
2. COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH – IV
    Writing Skills and Conversational English           
3. ADVERTISING & SALES MANAGEMENT - IV
    Sales Promotion & Public Relations

03-04-2014
THURSDAY

1. SOCIOLOGY – IV
     a) Application  of Sociology
2. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT - IV
    a)  Employee Welfare, Social Security and Legislation
    b)  Information Technology and Human Resource Management
    c)  Labour Legislation and Rules in A.P.
3. OFFICE MANAGEMENT - IV
    Organizational Behavior






           Dr. B. VENKATRAM REDDY                                                                  PROF. M. V. RANGARAO
ADDL. CONTROLLER OF EXAMINATIONS                                       CONTROLLER OF EXAMINATIONS


Note :     1) Any omission or clash in the Time- Table may be intimated to the Controller of  Examinations, K.U.,
                    Warangal  immediately.
               
2) Candidates will not be allowed into examination hall after 9.00 AM for fore-noon session and 2.00 PM for
    after-noon session.




















KAKATIYA UNIVERSITY, WARANGAL
B.B.M.  I/II/III YEAR COMMON   CORE (Y.W.S)
              ANNUAL EXAMINATIONS – MARCH/APRIL, 2014

T I M E       T A B L E

FIRST YEAR                                                               TIME: 2.00.P.M. TO 5.00.P.M.
DATE & DAY
SUBJECT

04-03-2014
TUESDAY
GENERAL ENGLISH  (OLD)
GENERAL ENGLISH  (NEW)
06-03-2014
THURSDAY
SECOND LANGUAGE      
                                             i) TELUGU     ii) HINDI   iii)  SANSKRIT    iv) URDU      v)  ARABIC
10-03-2014
MONDAY
BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT
12-03-2014
WEDNEDAY
BUSINESS ECONOMICS
14-03-2014
FRIDAY
BUSINESS ORGANIZATION
18-03-2014
TUESDAY
FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
20-03-2014
THURSDAY
BUSINESS MATHEMATICS

SECOND YEAR (B. B. M)                                    TIME: 9.00.A.M. TO 12.00.NOON
DATE & DAY
SUBJECT
05-03-2014
WEDNESDAY
GENERAL ENGLISH
07-03-2014
FRIDAY
SECOND LANGUAGE       
                       i) TELUGU    ii) HINDI     iii)  SANSKRIT    iv) URDU     v)  ARABIC
11-03-2014
TUESDAY
BUSINESS STATISTICS
13-03-2014
THURSDAY
PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT
15-03-2014
SATURDAY
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
19-03-2014
WEDNESDAY
MARKETING MANAGEMENT

21-03-2014
FRIDAY
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS – I

THIRD YEAR (B.B.M)                                           TIME: 9.00.A.M. TO 12.00.NOON
DATE & DAY
SUBJECT

04-03-2014
TUESDAY
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS – II
06-03-2014
THURSDAY
PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT
10-03-2014
MONDAY
COST ACCOUNTING
12-03-2014
WEDNEDAY
CURRENCY & BANKING
14-03-2014
FRIDAY
PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT
18-03-2014
TUESDAY
BUSINESS LAWS
20-03-2014
THURSDAY
1.         ADVANCED FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
2.         CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR
22-03-2014
SATURDAY
1.         INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT
2.         SALES MANAGEMENT



          Dr. B. VENKATRAM REDDY                                                                     PROF. M. V. RANGARAO
          ADDL. CONTROLLER OF EXAMINATIONS                                                  CONTROLLER OF EXAMINATIONS
           Note :          1) Any omission or clash in the Time- Table may be intimated to the Controller of  Examinations, K.U.,
                    Warangal  immediately.
                2) Candidates will not be allowed into examination hall after 9.00 AM for fore-noon session and 2.00 PM for
    after-noon session.

 
               KAKATIYA UNIVERSITY WARANGAL
                                     B.Com I/II/III YEAR COMMON CORE (Y.W.S)
        ANNUAL EXAMINATIONS – MARCH/APRIL, 2014
              
T I M E   - T A B L E


FIRST YEAR (B.Com)                                                    TIME: 2.00.P.M. TO 5.00.P.M.

DATE & DAY



SUBJECT


04-03-2014
TUESDAY
  
  GENERAL ENGLISH  (OLD)
  GENERAL ENGLISH  (NEW)

06-03-2014
THURSDAY

SECOND LANGUAGE:               i) TELUGU                            ii) HINDI 
                                                       iii)  SANSKRIT                      iv) URDU
                                                        v)  ARABIC
10-03-2014
MONDAY

1. B. Com.  (Regular):
    Business Economics (Paper-II)
2. B.Com. (Taxation/Tax Procedures & Practice)
    Income Tax  (Paper-II)
3. B.Com. (Computers)
     Programming Concepts Using ‘C’   (Paper-II)     
4. B.Com. (Advertising  &  Sales Management)
    Marketing Management  (Paper-II)                 
5. B.Com. (Corporate Secretary ship)
Business Environment   (Paper-II)
6. B.Com. (Insurance) 
    Principles And Practice Of Insurance  (Paper-II)

12-03-2014
WEDNEDAY

1. FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING  (Paper-I)
    (Common for B.Com. Regular/Computers/Advertising & Sales Management/Taxation/
      Tax Procedure & Practice/Corporate Secretary ship/ Insurance)  

14-03-2014
FRIDAY

1. BUSINESS ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT (Paper-III)
    (Common for B.Com. Regular/Computers/Advertising & Sales Management/Taxation/
    Tax Procedure & Practice/Corporate Secretary ship/Insurance)

18-03-2014
TUESDAY

1.  FUNDAMENTALS OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (Paper-IV)
     (Common for B.Com. Regular/Computers/Advertising & Sales Management/Taxation/
      Tax Procedure & Practice/ Corporate Secretary ship/Insurance)






















SECOND YEAR (B.Com)                                        TIME: 9.00.A.M. TO 12.00.NOON




DATE & DAY



SUBJECT
05-03-2014
WEDNESDAY


GENERAL ENGLISH

07-03-2014
FRIDAY

SECOND LANGUAGE:     i) TELUGU                ii) HINDI 
                                            iii ) SANSKRIT           iv) URDU
                                              v) ARABIC
11-03-2014
TUESDAY

1. Advanced Accounting ( Paper-I)
    (Common for B.Com. Regular/Computers/Advertising & Sales Management/Taxation/
    Tax Procedures & Practice/Corporate Secretary ship/Insurance)
   

13-03-2014
THURSDAY

1. Business Statistics  (Paper-II)
    (Common for B.Com. Regular/Computers/Advertising & Sales Management/Taxation/
    Tax Procedures & Practice/Corporate Secretary ship/Insurance)
   
15-03-2014
SATURDAY

1. Financial Services-Banking & Insurance (Paper-III)  
    (Common for B.Com. Regular /Taxation/Tax Procedures & Practice)
2. B.Com. (Advertising & Sales Management)
    Advertising – I (Paper-III)
3.  B.Com (Computers)
     E-Commerce (Paper-III )
4. B.Com. (Corporate Secretary Ship)
    Corporate Law & Practice – I (Paper- III)
5.  B.Com. (Insurance)
     Legal and Managerial aspects of Insurance (Paper-III)

19-03-2014
WEDNESDAY

1. Taxation (Paper-IV)
  (Common for B.Com. Regular /Advertising & Sales Management//Corporate Secretary ship/ Insurance)  
2. B.Com (Taxation)
    Tax Management & Tax Planning (Paper-IV)
3. B.Com. (Computers)
    Business Data Processing Systems (Paper-IV
4. B.Com (Tax Procedures & Tax Practices)
    Income Tax Procedures & Practice-I (Paper-IV)


21-03-2014
FRIDAY

1. Entrepreneur & Entrepreneurship
    (Equivalent Paper of Entrepreneurship Development of B.Com II yr (Old))





















THIRD YEAR (B.Com)                                          TIME: 9.00.A.M. TO 12.00.NOON





DATE & DAY

SUBJECT

04-03-2014
TUESDAY

1. BUSINESS LAWS - (Paper-I)
    (Common for B.Com. Regular/Computers/Insurance/ Advertising & Sales Management/Taxation/
     Tax Procedures & Practice/CSP)
06-03-2014
THURSDAY

1. CORPORATE ACCOUNTING    – (Paper-II)
    (Common for B.Com. Regular/computers/Insurance / ASM/ Taxation / TPP / CSP)
10-03-2014
MONDAY
1.  Cost & Management Accounting (Paper – III)   
     (Common for B.Com. Regular/Computers/ASM/TPP/Taxation/Insurance/CSP)    
12-03-2014
WEDNEDAY
1.  Auditing   (Paper-IV)
    (Common for B.Com. Regular/Computers/Insurance/ASM/Taxation/TPP/CSP)
14-03-2014
FRIDAY
1.  Business Communication  (Paper – V)
    (B.Com. Regular/Computers/Insurance/ASM/Taxation/CSP)
18-03-2014
TUESDAY

1.  Advanced Corporate Accounting (Paper-VI)
     (B.Com. Regular Only)
2.  B.Com. (Advertising and Sales Management)
    Sales Promotion & Sales Management  (Paper-VI)
3.  B.Com. (Insurance)
     Fire and Marine Insurance  (Paper – VI)
4.  B.Com (Corporate Secretary ship)
     Corporate Tax Law & Practice – II (Paper – VII)
5.  B.Com. (Computers)
     WEB Programming  (Paper-VI)
6.  Life Insurance - B.Com. Regular only
7.  Banking in India - B.Com Regular only
8.  Retail Management  - B.Com Regular only
9.  Income Tax – I - B.Com Regular only
03. Fundamentals of Financial Management -  B.Com. Regular only
11. Principles of Marketing - B.Com Regular only
12. Secretarial Practice - B.Com Regular only
20-03-2014
THURSDAY

1.  Advanced Management Accounting - (Paper – VII)
     (B.Com. Regular only
     Cost Accounting (Old) B.Com Regular   
2.  B.Com (Computers)
     Relational Database Management Systems -  (Paper-VII)
3.  B.Com (Taxation)
     Corporate Tax Management - (Paper – VII)


22-03-2014
SATURDAY



1.  B.Com (Taxation)
     Sales Tax (Central AP & Excise & Customs Act) (Paper – VI)
2.  Other Taxes (Old) (B.Com Regular only)
3.  B.Com (Tax Procedures & Practices)  Other Taxes (Paper - VII)

                                            
25-03-2014
TUESDAY

1.  B.Com (Advertising and Sales Management)
     Advertising – II  (Paper – VII)
2.  B.Com (Tax Procedures and Practices)
     Income Tax Procedures & Practice – II (Paper – VI)
3.  B.Com (Insurance)
     Property and Liability Insurance  (Paper – VII)
4.  Non-Life Insurance   (B.Com. Regular only)
5.  Computer Applications in Banking   (B.Com Regular only)
6.  Retail Marketing & CRM   (B.Com. Regular only)
7.  Income Tax – II   (B.Com Regular only)
8.  Micro-Credit and Foreign Trade Finance   (B.Com Regular only)
9. Rural Marketing    (B.Com Regular only)
03. Office Management   (B.Com Regular only)


27-03-2014
THURSDAY

1.  B.Com (Corporate Secretary ship)
     Secretarial Practice  (Paper – VI)
2.  Computer Applications in Accounting (Old)
  (Common for B.Com Regular and Computers)

29-03-2014
SATURDAY

1.  Small Enterprises Management / small Industry (Old)
    (Common to B.Com. Regular and B.Com CC (Elective)
2.  B.Com. (Tax Procedures & Practice) 
     Data Base Management Systems (Paper-V)



 

           Dr. B. VENKATRAM REDDY                                                                  PROF. M. V. RANGARAO
ADDL. CONTROLLER OF EXAMINATIONS                                       CONTROLLER OF EXAMINATIONS

 Note: (*) There is no equivalent for the following Papers in the new regulation. Hence as a special case this paper 
                may be included as part of the Examination Time Table for the Academic Year 2011- 2012.

1.        P-V: SEM / Small Industry (Elective)
2.        Cost Accounting (Elective)
3.        Computer Applications in Accounting (CC/Computers)
                         Other Taxes (B.Com. Regular)

   Note: 1) Any omission or clash in the Time- Table may be intimated to the Controller of  Examinations, K.U.,
                    Warangal  immediately.
               
2) Candidates will not be allowed into examination hall after 9.00 AM for fore-noon session and 2.00 PM for
    after-noon session.










                 KAKATIYA UNIVERSITY WARANGAL
                                 B.Sc I/II/III YEAR COMMON CORE (Y.W.S)
               ANNUAL EXAMINATIONS – MARCH/APRIL, 2014

               
T I M E   - T A B L E


FIRST YEAR   (B. Sc)                                                    TIME: 2.00.P.M. TO 5.00.P.M.


DATE & DAY


SUBJECT

04-03-2014
TUESDAY
GENERAL ENGLISH  (OLD)
GENERAL ENGLISH  (NEW)

06-03-2014
THURSDAY
SECOND LANGUAGE        i) TELUGU                ii) HINDI 
                                             iii)  SANSKRIT            iv) URDU
                                               v)  ARABIC
10-03-2014
MONDAY
1. ZOOLOGY
    Biology of invertebrates and Cell Biology
2. MATHEMATICS
     Differential Equations and Solid Geometry - (Common for B.Sc. /B.A.)
12-03-2014
WEDNEDAY
1. BOTANY
    Microbial Diversity, Cryptogams and Gymnosperms
2. FISHERY BIOLOGY
3. POULTRY SCIENCE   
    Biology of the Chicken
4. PHYSICS
    Mechanics and Waves and Oscillations
5. INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY
14-03-2014
FRIDAY
1. CHEMISTRY
2. STATISTICS
    Descriptive Statistics and Probability Distribution
18-03-2014
TUESDAY
1. MICROBIOLOGY
     Introductory Microbiology                             
2. COMPUTER SCIENCE                       
     P.C. Software & ‘C’  Programming
3. INDUSTRIAL  MICRO-BIOLOGY
     Fundamentals of Industrial Microbiology, Bio. Statistics Techniques & Tools
4. B.Sc. (Computer Applications - Vocational) 
    Computer Organisation & Operating System ( Paper – II)
5. SERICULTURE
    General Sericulture & Mulberry Cultivation
6. ADVANCED DIPLOMA IN BIOTECHNOLOGY
    Cell Biology & Micro Biology (Paper-I)
20-03-2014
THURSDAY
1. B.SC.(Medical Lab. Technology)
    Physiology & Bio-Chemistry (Paper – I)    
2. B.Sc.(Computer  Applications - Vocational)
     Introduction To Programming ( Paper – I)
3. GEOLOGY                                          
     Physical Geology, Crystallography and Mineralogy
4. ADVANCED DIPLOMA IN BIOTECHNOLOGY
    Biochemistry, Biophysics & Biometry (Paper – II)  
22-03-2014
SATURDAY
1. ELECTRONICS          
    Circuit Analysis and Electronic Devices
2. BIO-CHEMISTRY
    Bio-Molecular & Enzymology
25-03-2014
TUESDAY

1. COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
    Introduction to Computers Programming - (Common for B.A. & B.Sc. Biology)


27-03-2014
THURSDAY
1. BIO TECHNOLOGY (Paper – I)   
    Cell Biology and Genetics







SECOND YEAR (B.Sc)                                       TIME: 9.00.A.M. TO 12.00.NOON


DATE & DAY


SUBJECT
05-03-2014
WEDNESDAY

GENERAL ENGLISH
07-03-2014
FRIDAY
SECOND LANGUAGE        i) TELUGU                ii) HINDI 
                                              iii) SANSKRIT            iv) URDU                                             
                                               v)  ARABIC
11-03-2014
TUESDAY
1. ZOOLOGY
    Biology of chordates, Embryology, Ecology and Zoogeography                                                                                            
2. MATHEMATICS
    Abstract Algebra & Real Analysis - (Common for B.Sc. /B.A.)
   
13-03-2014
THURSDAY
1. BOTANY
    Anatomy, Embryology, Taxonomy and  Medicinal Botany
2. FISHERY BIOLOGY
    Marine Fisheries, Fish Diseases and Migration & Parentalcals, Genetics, Crafts and Gears
3. POULTRY SCIENCE
    Poultry Nutrition Diseases & Breeding
4. PHYSICS
    Thermodynamics and  Optics
5. INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY
15-03-2014
SATURDAY
1. CHEMISTRY -II
2. STATISTICS - II
    Statistical Methods and Inference
19-03-2014
WEDNESDAY
1. MICRO-BIOLOGY
    Microbial Physiology and Genetics
2. COMPUTER SCIENCE
     Object Oriented  Programming and Data Structures
3. INDUSTRIAL MICRO-BIOLOGY      
    Microbial & Molecular genetics Microbial Physiology Bio-Chemistry
4. SERICULTURE                                          
    Silkworm Biology  Grainange and  Breeding                
5. B.Sc.(Computer Applications - Vocational)  (Paper-II)
    DATA BASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
6. Advanced Diploma in Bio-Technology 
    Genetics & Molecular Biology (Paper-III)

21-03-2014
FRIDAY

1. B.Sc.(Medical Lab. Technology)
    Basic Immunology And Pathology – (Paper – II) 
2. B.Sc.(Computer Applications - Vocational) (Paper – I)
    Object Oriented Programming in Using Java
3. GEOLOGY                        
     Petrology and Structural Geology
4. Advanced Diploma in Bio-Technology 
     Recombinant & DNA Technology (Paper-IV)

24-03-2014
MONDAY

1. ELECTRONICS
    Analogy circuits and Communications
2. BIO-CHEMISTRY 
    Metabolism and Biochemical Techniques          
  
26-03-2014
WEDNESDAY

1. B. Sc (B.Z. Computer Applications)
  Office Automation - Common for B.Sc (B) & B.A.

28-03-2014
FRIDAY

1. BIO-TECHNOLOGY 
    Biological Chemistry and Microbiology – (Paper – II) 








THIRD YEAR (B.Sc)                                               TIME: 9.00.A.M. TO 12.00. NOON



DATE & DAY


SUBJECT

04-03-2014
TUESDAY

1. ZOOLOGY – III 
    Animal Physiology, Genetics and evolutions
2. MATHEMATICS - III
    Linear Algebra,  Multiple Integrals and Vector Calculus (Common for B.Sc./B.A.)                    

06-03-2014
THURSDAY

1. ZOOLOGY – IV
    Applied Zoology                                           
2. MATHEMATICS - IV        (Common for B.Sc./B.A.)
    a) Numerical Analysis 
    b) Fairier Series & Integral  Transforms   
    e) Linear Programming  

10-03-2014
MONDAY

1. CHEMISTRY - III 
2. STATISTICS – III 
    Applied Statistics 

12-03-2014
WEDNEDAY

1. CHEMISTRY – IV 
    Chemistry & Industry
2. STATISTICS – IV
    Quality Reliability and Operation Research 

14-03-2014
FRIDAY

1. BOTANY – III 
    Cell Biology, Genetics, Ecology and Biodiversity 
2. FISHERY BIOLOGY - III
    Pond Construction and Management, Breeding, Cultivable Species and their Culture
    Development of Fish
3. POULTRY SCIENCE - III
    Poultry Management
4. PHYSICS – III
    Electricity, Magnetism & Electronics
5. INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY – III

18-03-2014
TUESDAY

1BOTANY – IV
    Physiology, Tissue Culture, Bio – Technology, Seed Technology and Horticulture                                                                        
2. FISHERY BIOLOGY - IV
    Fish Processing, Evolutionary, Physiology and Bio-Chemistry
3. POULTRY SCIENCE - IV
    Poultry Products, Marketing and Economics
4. PHYSICS - IV   
    Modern Physics 
5. INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY –IV
    Synthesis  Drugs & Drug Intermediates

20-03-2014
THURSDAY

1. SERICULTURE - III
    Silk worm Rearing  and Diseases                              
2. MICRO-BIOLOGY - III 
    Immunology and Medical Micro-Biology 
3. INDUSTRIAL MICRO-BIOLOGY - III
    Environmental and Agricultural Micro-Biology
4. COMPUTER SCIENCE – III
     Modern Data base management systems
5. BIO-CHEMISTRY – III
    Physiology, Clinical Biochemistry and Immunology
6. MEDICAL LAB TECHNOLOGY (Paper – III)
    Instrumentation Techniques
7. B.Sc. (Computer Applications - Vocational)  (Paper-II)
    Operating System     
8. ADVANCE DIPLOMA IN BIO-TECHNOLOGY
    Plant Tissue Culture, Animal Cell Culture and Immunology (Paper-V)

22-03-2014
SATURDAY

1. SERICULTURE – IV
    Silk Technology
2. MICRO-BIOLOGY – IV
    Applied Micro-Biology
3. INDUSTRIAL MICRO-BIOLOGY - IV
    Food Micro-Biology, Fermentation Technology and Immuno Bio-Technology & Tissue Culture
4. COMPUTER SCIENCE – IV
    Optional : a) Web Technology      
                      b) GUI Programming
                      c)  Operating Systems
                      d)  PHP, MYSQL and Apache      
5. BIO-CHEMISTRY – IV
    Microbiology and Molecular Biology
6. MEDICAL LAB TECHNOLOGY - (Paper – IV)
    Principles of Immuno - Haematology & Transfusion
7. B.Sc. (Computer Applications - Vocational)  (Paper-I)
    Visual Programming With ( VB )
8. ADVANCE DIPLOMA IN BIO-TECHNOLOGY 
    Agricultural, Animal Industrial, Medical  & Environmental Bio-Technology (Paper-VI)

25-03-2014
TUESDAY

1. GEOLOGY – III
    Paleontology, Indian Geology & Economic Geology 
2. BIO-TECHNOLOGY
    Molecular Biology Genetic Engineering and Immunology (Paper – III)   
3. ELECTRONICS –III
  Digital Electronics and Micro processor

27-03-2014
THURSDAY

1. GEOLOGY - IV
   Ground water Exploration 
2. BIO-TECHNOLOGY
    Applications of Bio-Technology (Paper – IV)   
3. ELECTRONICS – IV
    Embedded Systems and Applications


29-03-2014
SATURDAY

1. B.Sc. (B.Z. Computer Applications) – III
        GUI   Programming - (B.A & B.Z.C)

01-04-2014
TUESDAY

1. B.Sc. (B.Z. Computer Applications) - IV 
    Data Base Management System - (B.A & B.Z.C)



 

           Dr. B. VENKATRAM REDDY                                                                  PROF. M. V. RANGARAO
ADDL. CONTROLLER OF EXAMINATIONS                                       CONTROLLER OF EXAMINATIONS



Note :     1) Any omission or clash in the Time- Table may be intimated to the Controller of  Examinations, K.U.,
                    Warangal  immediately.
               
2) Candidates will not be allowed into examination hall after 9.00 AM for fore-noon session and 2.00 PM for
    after-noon session.