Tuesday, 29 July 2014

COMMERCE, TELUGU SEMINARS



FRESH CONTRACT LECTURERS IN GOVT DEGREE COLLEGES IN TELANGANA FOR 2014-15  - NOTIFICATION




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APPLICATION FOR THE POST OF CONTRACT LECTURER
               ( LAST DATE FOR SUBMISSION  02-08-2014 )

ZONE:……………………                                           SUBJECT:……………….

To
The Regional Joint Director of
Collegiate Education,
Warangal.

Sir,
          Sub:- Application for the post of Lecturer in …………………….. on
Contract Basis in the Govt. Degree Colleges in Zone V & VI - Reg.

          Ref:- The RJDCE, Warangal Notification No……….. Dt…………………

                                                          ***
          As per the notification under reference, I submit that this application for the post of Lecturer in …………………………………….. ( on contract basis ) in  new Govt. Degree Colleges in Zone V & VI for the year 2014-15.

          I submit here under my detailed biographical particulars for favour of your kind personal and consideration.

                                        BIO - DATA

1
Name in Full ( fill in Capital letters)

2
Father's Name

3
Date of Birth and Age

4
Caste and Community ( Caste certificate to be enclosed in case of BC, SC and ST)

5
Native Place and Permanent Address (in order to prove the nativity study certificates from class I to X should be enclosed.)

6
Temporary Correspondence Address

7
Educational qualifications,    % of marks year of passing & University                                                       a)Academic:                                              b)Technical:                                   ( Attested Xerox copies should be enclosed)

8
Experience if any if so details may be furnished

9
Employment Reg. No.

10
Remarks : Other information if any (Status of PHC etc., if any with evidence )

11
Mobile Number if any for speed contact


          In view of the above, I request you to be kind enough to give an opportunity to serve Degree Students in the capacity mentioned above for which act of I shall be very thankful and grateful to you.

Date:
                                                                   Yours faithfully,


                                                            Signature of the Candidate.

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  Office of the
     Regional Joint Director of
                Collegiate Education, Warangal

Date:       -7-2014.
                                       NOTIFICATION /14
IT IS PROPOSED TO ENGAGE TEACHING FACULTY ON CONTRACT  BASIS TO THE FOLLOWING SUBJECTS  IN  GOVT. DEGREE COLLEGES LOCATED IN ZONE V & VI FOR THE YEAR 2014-2015
Sl.No
Name of the Subject
Zone-V
Zone-VI
No.of Posts
To be filled Roaster Point
No.of Posts
To be filled Roaster Point
1
English
1
45-BC-A(W)
9
74-BC-B
75-ST
76-OC
77-SC
78-OC(W)
79-BC-A
80-OC
81-BC-B(W)
82-OC
2
Maths
1
31-OC (HH)B.L
9
58-ST(W) B.L
72-SC
73-OC
74-BC-B
75-ST
76-OC
77-SC
78-OC(W)
79-BC-A
3
Physics
1
39-BC-D

9
99-BC-B(W)
100-OC
01-OC(W)
02-SC(W)
03-OC
04-BC-A(W)
05-OC
06-Visualy Handicapped(W)
07-SC
4
Chemistry
1
67-OC
9
78-OC(W)
79-BC-A
80-OC
81-BC-B(W)
82-OC
83-ST
84-OC(W)
85-BC-B
86-OC
5
Commerce
2
31-OC(HH)B.L
40-OC
18
56-OC(W)(OH)B.L
58-ST(W)
59-OC(W)
60-BC-B
61-OC
62-SC
63-OC
64-BC-D(W)
65-OC(W)
66-SC(W)
67-OC
68-BC-D
69-BC-E(W)
70-BC-A
71-OC(W)
72-SC
73-OC
74-BC-B
6
History
1
30-OC(W)
9
14-BC-C B.L
40-OC
41-SC
42-OC
43-BC-D
44-BC-E
45-BC-A(W)
46-OC
47-SC(W)
7
Economics
1
31-OC(HH)B.L
9
43-BC-D B.L
44-BC-E
45-BC-A(W)
46-OC
47-SC(W)
48-OC
49-BC-B(W)
50-OC(W)
51-OC

8
Political Science
1
22-SC(W)B.L
9
34-OC(W)B.L
36-OC B.L
37-OC B.L
39.BC-D
40-OC
41-SC
42-OC
43-BC-D
44-BC-E

Total : 
09

81


B.L: Backlog
           

NOTE: - Roster Position is considered taking in to account of last time  
             unfilled backlog cycle & its continuation.

Communal Roster: Rules of reservation for all the categories in contracted appointment shall be followed as per the existing policy of Govt.  The reservation shall be followed as per the existing policy of Govt. shall be provided taking each subject in Zone as a Unit as per the presidential order.

Condition for considering the fresh Contract faculty:  The contract Lecturers posts are to be filled-up for the newly established ( 10 ) Govt. Degree Colleges for academic year 2014-2015.
                  
Qualifications:  a) The applicant should possess Post Graduation Degree with not less than 55 % of marks from any recognized university which is also recognized by the UGC.

The Selection of candidates for engagement as contract lecturers, shall be made on the basis of % of marks they have obtained in the qualifying examination, and having higher qualifications as following specified.   According, subject-wise merit list has to be prepared.


1)     % of marks obtained in the qualification and weight age
a)     55 % - 60% - 2 marks
b)      60% - 70% - 3 marks
c)      70% - 80% - 4 marks
d)     80% - and above - 5 marks
e)     NET/SLET - 5 ( Weight age )
f)       Ph.D - 5 ( Weight age )
g)      Age 36 years completed as on 12-08-2014 and above  - 02

2)     Previous experience as Contract faculty
Years               Weight age
a)     3-5 - 01
b)      6-8 - 02
c)      9-11 - 03
d)     12 and 13 - 04


3)     The contract faculty who have already worked in other Government Degree Colleges in the Zone in the preceding years and dis-engaged due to posting of regular lecturers shall be engaged by entering into a fresh contract for the current academic year taking the length of experience ( number of years).    Performance during the preceding contract period into account.   The length of post service/previous experience as contract faculty in Government Degree Colleges along with Satisfactory Service Certificate may also be considered in the selection procedure for fresh appointments.

On the basis of sufficient workload and also student strength, the posting will be made.

          The applicants are strictly warned not to apply to those posts for which they are not eligible, any violation of intending  application for other than post to which they are eligible shall be considered as misleading the facts and cheating the Govt.
                                                                                                Contd.P/3


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Monday, 28 July 2014

UGC - MAJOR RESEARCH PROJECT GUIDELINE 2012-2017

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University Grants Commission
Research Project for Teachers
XII Plan guidelines
(2012-2017)
University Grants Commission
BAHADUR SHAH ZAFAR MARG
NEW DELHI – 110 002
E-Mail : ugc.@bol.net.in
website: www.ugc.ac.in
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UNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION
12th PLAN GUIDELINES FOR PROVIDING GRANTS TO UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE
TEACHERS FOR MAJOR RESEARCH PROJECT
1. INTRODUCTION
The University Grants Commission strives to promote teaching and research in emerging areas in
Humanities, Social Sciences, Languages, Literature, Pure sciences, Engineering & Technology,
Pharmacy, Medical, Agricultural Sciences etc. The emphasis would be supporting such areas that cut
across disciplines and subjects such as health, gerontology, environment, biotechnology,
nanotechnology, stress management, WTO and its impact on economy, history of science, Asian
philosophy and many other areas as would be identified by subject experts. There are disciplines such as
defence and strategic studies which include national security affairs, insurance and banking, economics
and world trade which in a true sense are multidisciplinary in nature, cutting across disciplines of
sciences, humanities and social sciences, and are of importance in a rapidly changing global scenario.
These and allied disciplines need to be studied and researched in a more organized manner.
Institutionalization of such activities is a need of the present times.
2. OBJECTIVES
The universities have been the centres of research. Although, the Government has a network of
science and technology laboratories for research and development, the major base of researchers
in science and technology remains with the universities and colleges. Hence, university and
college teachers need to be supported to meet their requirements for individual research in
specialized areas.
To promote excellence in research in higher education by supporting research programmes of
University and College teachers in various disciplines.
3. ELIGIBILITY/TARGET GROUP:
The University Grants Commission will provide support to permanent/regular, working/retired
teachers in the Universities and Colleges (Under Section 2(f) and 12 B of UGC Act, 1956) only.
The permanent teachers working in self financing Institutions [Self financing colleges subject to
fulfilment of conditions stipulated in the UGC (Fitness of Institution for grant Rules, 1975) and
subject to the condition that fees charged by such colleges are in accordance with the
State/University fee regulations or as laid down by any law in force also eligible to apply under the
scheme.
A teacher, working or retired can avail only one project/ scheme of the UGC at any given time. The one,
which is offered and accepted first irrespective of Principal Investigator/Co-Investigator, must be
completed before the other offer is accepted. Failure to abide by this rule shall make the Principal
Investigator/Co-Investigator and the Institution liable to refund the entire amount paid by the UGC
in all such schemes. They may be also debarred from participation in future UGC programmes. It
would be the responsibility of the Principal Investigator/Co-Investigator and the host Institution for total
accountability of the project. After completion of one project (date of finalization of accounts of the
project). If a teacher desires to undertake another UGC project, a gap of one year will be necessary.
The Principal Investigator should publish two papers in a reputed journal in the form of
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Books/Article/Presentation in seminar etc. from the said project completed.
Retired teachers can apply under the scheme up to the age of 67 years and must have a Co-Investigator
(Permanent Teacher) from the same Department, where the project is likely to be undertaken.
Only the teaching faculty of Library Science, Physical Education, Principals and Vice-Chancellors
will also be eligible to participate in the scheme.
Colleges/Universities/ Institutions forwarding the proposal should have adequate research
facilities.
4. NATURE OF ASSISTANCE:
The quantum of assistance for a research project will be as under:
Major Research Project in Sciences including Engineering & Technology, Medical, Pharmacy
Agriculture etc. - Rs. 20.00 lacs.
Major Research Project in Humanities, Social Science, Languages, Literature, Arts, Law and allied
disciplines - Rs. 15.00 lacs.
The Commission will provide financial support for the items like Equipment, Books and Journals, (Project
Fellow), Hiring Services, Contingency, Chemicals and Consumables, Travel and Field work.
Non-Recurring Grants
a. Equipment
b. Books and Journals
The equipment as well as books & journals grants may be utilized to procure the essential equipments
and books & journals needed for the proposed research work.
The escalation, if any, in the cost of approved equipment may be met out of savings/re-appropriation
from Non-recurring head only with the approval of Principal/ Registrar of the college/ University under
intimation to the Commission.
The equipments and books & journals acquired by the Principal Investigator under a Major Research
Project must be deposited to University/ College/Institution or in the departmental library or the central
library after the completion of the project which will be the institutional property. The
University/colleges/Institution should make every effort to put all the equipment available in the
laboratories in effective use.
Recurring Grants
a. Honorarium to Retired Teachers
Honorarium to retired teachers is admissible at the rate of Rs.18,000/- p.m. upto the age of 70 years. If the Principal
Investigator attains the age of 70 years during middle of the tenure of the project and some more work needs to be
done, the Principal Investigator should complete the work without any honorarium for the rest of the period. If a
teacher retires during the tenure of the project, he/she will also be eligible for honorarium on receipt of an affidavit
indicating his/her date of birth, date of superannuation and that he/she is not employed anywhere or is not drawing
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honorarium from any other Government/Non-Government organization, duly oath commissioned and witnessed by
the Registrar/Principal/Director of the University/College/Institute.
b Project Fellow
Project Fellow may be appointed with a consolidated fellowship of:
i) NET/GATE qualified-Rs. 16,000/- p.m. for initial 2 years and Rs. 18,000/- p.m. for the third year.
ii) Non-GATE/Non-NET- Rs. 14,000/- p.m. for initial 2 years and Rs. 16,000/- p.m. for the third year.
The person to be considered for appointment as Project Fellow must have second class master degree with
a minimum of 55% marks for general category (50% in case of SC/ST/PH) or M.Phil in the subject concerned or a
related subject. The candidate to be appointed as Project Fellow should be below the age of 40 years at the time of
appointment. The Project Fellow should do work full time in the project and get the fellowship from one
source only.
The Retired Principal Investigators are not entitled for Project Fellow. They should do work full time research.
HRA
Suitable hostel type accommodation may be provided for Project Fellow failing which they are eligible for HRA as
per rules of the University/Institution.
Project Fellow who has been provided accommodation in a hostel recognized/ maintained by the Institution may be
reimbursed the hostel fee.
Leave
The Female Project Fellows would be eligible for maternity leave at full rates for a period not exceeding
four months once only during the tenure of MRP. Project fellows will not be entitled to avail vacations, e.g.,
summer, winter and pooja etc.
MEDICAL FACILITIES
Project fellow may be provided medical facilities as per rules of the University/Institution. However, the UGC will not
provide any financial assistance on this account.
MODE OF SELECTION
The selection of the Project Fellow may be made by an open selection through a duly constituted Selection
Committee. The constitution of the Selection Committee will be as under:
1 Head of the Department will act as Chairperson
2 One Subject Expert (External) (from the institute other than the Institute where the project is undertaken)
3 One nominee of the Vice-Chancellor/Head of Institution/Principal (in case of college)
4 Principal Investigator
The University/College should inform the UGC in the prescribed proforma certifying that all norms have
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been followed while selecting the Project fellow.
The University/College(s) will disburse fellowship amount to the Project Fellow from the date of joining out of first
instalment released to the Principal Investigator which also includes 50% of the fellowship of the Project Fellow.
(c) Hiring Services
This is meant for specialized technical work, such as sample analysis, for which the University/Institution
either has no infrastructure or such services are available on payment basis. Stenographic/ Data Entry
Operator services may be hired for the purpose of preparation of questionnaire/ schedule or report writing
and not for routine correspondence.
Such of the Principal Investigators who have not been given Project Fellow on a regular basis, may hire a
person for technical assistance and the person so engaged must fulfil the qualifications prescribed for
Project Fellow. He/she may be paid remuneration at par with the Project Fellow, limited to a maximum of
6 months in the total tenure of the project.
(d) Contingency
The admissible contingency grant may be utilized on spares for apparatus, photo-stat copies and
microfilms, typing, stationary, postage, telephone calls, internet, fax, computation and printing needed for
the project. Expenditure towards advertisement for post of Project Fellow and the audit fee may also be
claimed under contingency head.
(e)Special Needs : Assistance may be provided for any other special requirement in connection with the
project which is not covered under any other ‘Head’ of assistance under the scheme.
(f) Chemicals and Consumables
To meet expenditure on chemicals, glassware and other consumable items.
(g) Travel and Field Work
The amount allocated under the head travel/field work is to be utilized for data collection and collection of
other information such as documents and visit to libraries within the general scope and sphere of the
ongoing project. This should not be used for attending conferences, seminars, workshops and training
courses etc. However, the PI’s may travel by air or any other mode of transport if they are entitled for the
same in their parent Organisation/Institutions restricted to the allocation under the concerned head. They
may also avail special casual leave/duty leave for field work/collection of data as per University rules.
Foreign travel is strictly prohibited in this scheme.
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(h) Institutional Overheads (only for institution)
The host Institute will be provided additional grant to the tune of 10% (ten percent) of the approved
recurring grant as overhead cost, to provide infrastructural facilities including office support, administrative
and accounting services to the PI’s.
(i) Re-Appropriation
The Principal Investigator may re-appropriate maximum 20 per cent of the recurring grant allocated
under each head with the permission of Registrar/Principal under intimation to the UGC with the
justifications. The fellowship/Honorarium/Institutional overhead grants cannot be re-appropriated.
(j) Tenure and Implementation
Three years.
The effective date of implementation of the project will be given by the Commission in approvalcum-
sanction letter.
5. PROCEDURE FOR APPLYING
All eligible teachers may submit their MRP applications ONLINE from 1st April to 31st july in the prescribed
proforma available on the UGC website. Before submitting to the UGC the concerned institute should get
the proposal assessed by their Research bodies with a certificate that the proposed research work is in
conformity with the MRP guidelines. The downloaded three (3) copies of the same duly forwarded by the
Registrar/Principal of the concerned University/College/Institution should be brought at the time of
interface meeting.
The Minor Projects will be dealt by the concerned University out of the development grants.
The College teachers who wish to avail financial assistance for Minor Research Project should
submit their Minor Research Proposal applications in the proforma to the UGC Concerned
Regional Office located at Bhopal, Kolkata, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Bangalore and Pune. ( list of
Regional office is attached). The teachers from the colleges in the Northern Region including
Delhi may apply to the UGC Northern Region Colleges Bureau at 35, Feroze Shah Road, New
Delhi – 110 001.
6. PROCEDURE FOR APPROVAL
Major Research Project
The proposals (Online and downloaded) received duly forwarded by the concerned Universities/Colleges
will be assessed with the help of a subject expert committee constituted by the UGC. The Principal
Investigators whose proposals found complete in all respect will be invited for making presentations
before the Committee. No TA/DA would be paid to the participants. The final decision will be taken by the
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UGC on the basis of recommendations made by the Committee and the availability of funds under the
scheme.
7. PROCEDURE FOR RELEASE OF GRANTS
Universities:
The first instalment of the grant shall comprise of 100% of the Non – Recurring including Over Head
Charges, and 50% of the total Recurring grant approved by the Commission for the total duration of the
project. The grant will be released to the Registrar/Principal of the University/College.
The amount released may be spent according to the approved heads/items within the approved allocation
mentioned in sanction letter.
After one and a half year from the date of implementation of the project the UGC will organize Mid-term
evaluation interface meeting wherein PI will present the progress of the project before the subjects
experts. On the basis of recommendations of the experts, progress report, expenditure statement and
utilization certificate, the UGC will release the 40% of the total recurring grant as the second instalment. If
the Non-Recurring grant is not utilized before Mid-term Evaluation meeting, prior permission may be
obtained from the Vice-Chancellor of the University.
Remaining 10% will be released on receipt of following completion documents as final reimbursement.
A copy of the final report of project along with soft copy.
It is mandatory to post the Executive summary of the report, Research documents, monograph,
academic papers provided under Major Research Project on the website of the University/College.
Month – wise and year – wise detailed statement of expenditure towards salary of staff appointed under
the project.
A consolidated item – wise detailed statement of expenditure incurred during the complete project period
in the prescribed proforma duly signed and sealed by Registrar/Principal and the Principal Investigator.
A consolidated Audited Utilization Certificate for the amount actually utilized towards the project duly
signed and sealed by Govt. Internal Auditor/ Chartered Accountant, Registrar/Principal as well as the
Principal Investigator in the prescribed proforma.
The unutilized grant if any, may be refunded immediately through demand draft drawn in favour of the
Secretary, University Grants Commission, payable at New Delhi.
The Principal Investigators/Institutions are expected to settle the accounts immediately on completion of
the project. In case the balance grant, if any, is not claimed within six months from the date of
completion of the project, the same will lapse and no representation will be entertained on this
behalf.
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8. MONITORING AND EVALUATION
The UGC will invite the fresh proposals from 1st April to 31st July of every year and final selection
committee meetings will be organised subsequently.
Mid-term evaluation meetings for ongoing projects will be organised by the bureau after completion of
minimum one and half year.
The Commission would decide the continuance of the project on the recommendations of the
UGC Mid-Term Evaluation Committee. If Principal Investigator fails to attend mid-term review
meetings, the Commission may discontinue/ cancel the project in normal circumstances and
entire amount to be refunded by the Principal Investigator to the UGC.
After the completion of project tenure i.e. 3 years the parent institution of PI’s should arrange to make the
final assessment/evaluation of the project minimum by two expert members not belonging to their
institution. Then institution should forward the completion documents along with the expert committee
report.
9. GENERAL
a) After finalisation of the selection procedure of the Major Research projects the names of the selected
PI will be posted on the UGC website. The PI should check their names and send their acceptance
certificate duly forwarded by the Registrar/Principal of the institutions immediately , to enable the UGC to
send the approval/sanction letters.
(b) Project is not transferable in any case.
c) Any Principal Investigator, who wants to go on any assignment outside the country not exceeding
three months, in the absence of Principal Investigator Co-Investigator may act as Principal Investigator.
d) If the PI is transferred from his/her original place of work to another Institution (under Section 2 (f) and
12 (B) of the UGC Act, 1956 ) No Objection Certificate should be furnished for the transfer of the project
from both the Institutions stating that necessary facilities will be provided by the Institution in which the
awardee is transferred for the smooth running of the project.
e)PI may publish the results of the study on the project acknowledging the contribution made by the staff
appointed for the project and the support received from the UGC.
f) Project Fellow engaged in the project may enrol for Ph.D. The data generated and the results obtained
out of the Project may be incorporated by the Project Fellow in his/her thesis with the concurrence of the
Principal Investigator.
g) If a Principal Investigator fails to complete the project, he/she has to refund the entire amount
sanctioned with interest.
h)No extension in tenure is permissible in any circumstances.
Annexure - I
(Application Form Online)
Url: http://www.ugc.ac.in/mrp/
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Annexure – II
UNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION
BAHADUR SHAH ZAFAR MARG
NEW DELHI – 110 002
ACCEPTANCE CERTIFICATE FOR RESEARCH PROJECT
Name _________________________________________________________
No.F. _________________________ dated ___________________________
Title of the Project________________________________________________
1. The research project is not being supported by any other funding agency.
2. The terms and conditions related to the grant are acceptable to the Principal
Investigator and University/College/Institution.
3. At present, I have no research project approved by UGC and the accounts for
the previous project, if any have been settled.
4. The College/University is fit to receive financial assistance from UGC and is
included in the list of Section 2(f) & 12 (B) prepared by the UGC.
5. The Principal Investigator is a retired teacher and eligible to receive
honorarium as he/she is neither getting any honorarium from any agency nor
is he/she gainfully employed anywhere.
6. (i) His/her date of birth is______________________________________
(ii) Age ___________________________________________________
7. The date of implementation of the project is ______________________
Principal Investigator
Registrar/Principal
University/College
(Seal)
Co-Investigator Dated:_________
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Annexure - III
UNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION
BAHADUR SHAH ZAFAR MARG
NEW DELHI – 110 002
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE IN RESPECT OF MAJOR RESEARCH PROJECT
1. Name of Principal Investigator ________________________________
2. Deptt. of Principal Investigator _______________________________
University/College _________________________________________
3. UGC approval Letter No. and Date_____________________________
4. Title of the Research Project _________________________________
5. Effective date of starting the project ____________________________
6. a. Period of Expenditure: From ________________to _____________
b. Details of Expenditure ____________________________________
S.No. Item Amount Approved
(Rs.)
Expenditure Incurred
(Rs.)
i. Books & Journals
ii. Equipment
iii. Contingency
iv. Field Work/Travel
(Give details in the
proforma at Annexure-
IV).
v. Hiring Services
vi. Chemicals & Glassware
vii. Overhead
viii. Any other items (Please
specify)
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c . Staff
Date of Appointment_________________________________
S.No Items From To Amount
Approved
(Rs.)
Expenditure
incurred
(Rs.)
1. Honorarium to PI (Retired
Teachers) @ Rs. 18,000/-p.m.
2. Project fellow:
i) NET/GATE qualified-Rs. 16,000/- p.m.
for initial 2 years and Rs. 18,000/- p.m. for
the third year.
ii) Non-GATE/Non-NET- Rs. 14,000/-
p.m. for initial 2 years and Rs. 16,000/-
p.m. for the third year.
1. It is certified that the appointment(s) have been made in accordance with the terms and
conditions laid down by the Commission.
2. If as a result of check or audit objection some irregularly is noticed at later date, action will
be taken to refund, adjust or regularize the objected amounts.
3. Payment @ revised rates shall be made with arrears on the availability of additional funds.
4. It is certified that the grant of Rs. _________ (Rupees ________ only) received from the
University Grants Commission under the scheme of support for Major Research Project
entitled _____________________ vide UGC letter No. F. ______________ dated _________
has been fully utilized for the purpose for which it was sanctioned and in accordance with the
terms and conditions laid down by the University Grants Commission.
SIGNATURE OF PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR
REGISTRAR/PRINCIPAL
(Seal)
SIGNATURE OF THE CO-INVESTIGATOR
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Annexure - IV
UNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION
BAHADUR SHAH ZAFAR MARG
NEW DELHI – 110 002
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE INCURRED ON FIELD WORK
Name of the Principal Investigator:
Name of the
Place visited
Duration of the Visit Mode of
Journey
Expenditure
Incurred (Rs.)
From To
Certified that the above expenditure is in accordance with the UGC norms for Major Research
Projects.
SIGNATURE OF PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR
REGISTRAR/PRINCIPAL
(Seal)
SIGNATURE OF THE CO-INVESTIGATOR
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Annexure - V
UNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION
BAHADUR SHAH ZAFAR MARG
NEW DELHI – 110 002
Utilization certificate
Certified that the grant of Rs. _______________________
(Rupees___________________________________________________________
_____ only) received from the University Grants Commission under the scheme of
support for Major Research Project
entitled_________________________________________________________
vide UGC letter No. F.__________________dated__________has been fully
utilized for the purpose for which it was sanctioned and in accordance with the
terms and conditions laid down by the University Grants Commission.
SIGNATURE OF THE REGISTRAR/PRINCIPAL STATUTORY AUDITOR
PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR
(Seal) (Seal)
SIGNATURE OF THE CO-INVESTIGATOR

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Annexure – VII
UNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION
BAHADUR SHAH ZAFAR MARG
NEW DELHI – 110 002
MAJOR RESEARCH PROJECT COPY OF THE SPECIMEN OF HOUSE RENT
FOR PROJECT FELLOW
Certified that Shri/Dr.___________________________ is paying House Rent of
Rs. ____________________ and is eligible to draw House Rent Allowances
@_______________________ as per University Rules.
Registrar/Principal
(Signature with Seal)
Certified that Shri/Dr. ________________________ is not staying independently and
therefore is eligible to draw House Rent @ of Rs. _____________p.m. minimum admissible to
a Lecturer as per University Rules.
Registrar/Principal
(Signature with Seal)
Certified that Shri/Dr. ___________________________ has been provided
accommodation in the Hostel. But he/she could not be provided with single seated flat type
accommodation as recommended by the Commission, Hostel fee @
Rs.___________________ per month w.e.f. ____________________ is being charged from
him/her.
Registrar/Principal
(Signature with Seal)
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Annexure -VIII
UNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION
BAHADUR SHAH ZAFAR MARG
NEW DELHI – 110 002.
Annual/Final Report of the work done on the Major Research Project.
(Report to be submitted within 6 weeks after completion of each year)
1. Project report No. 1st /2nd /3rd/Final _____________________________
2. UGC Reference No.F. _________________________________________
3. Period of report: from __________________to ____________________
4. Title of research project ______________________________________
5. (a) Name of the Principal Investigator____________________________
(b) Deptt. ________________________________________________
(c) University/College where work has progressed _______________________
6. Effective date of starting of the project____________________________
7. Grant approved and expenditure incurred during the period of the report:
a. Total amount approved Rs. ____________________________________
b. Total expenditure Rs. _________________________________________
c. Report of the work done: (Please attach a separate sheet)
i. Brief objective of the project ______________________________
ii. Work done so far and results achieved and publications, if any, resulting
from the work (Give details of the papers and names of the journals in
which it has been published or accepted for publication_______________
iii. Has the progress been according to original plan of work and towards achieving the
objective. if not, state reasons
iv. Please indicate the difficulties, if any, experienced in implementing the
project___________________________________________
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v. If project has not been completed, please indicate the approximate time by which it is
likely to be completed. A summary of the work done for the period (Annual basis)
may please be sent to the Commission on a separate sheet.
vi. If the project has been completed, please enclose a summary of the findings of the
study. One bound copy of the final report of work done may also be sent to
University Grants Commission.
vii. Any other information which would help in evaluation of work done on theproject. At
the completion of the project, the first report should indicate the output, such as (a)
Manpower trained (b) Ph. D. awarded (c) Publication of results (d) other impact, if any
SIGNATURE OF THE PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR
REGISTRAR/PRINCIPAL
(Seal)
SIGNATURE OF THE CO-INVESTIGATOR
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Annexure – IX
UNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION
BAHADUR SHAH ZAFAR MARG
NEW DELHI – 110 002
PROFORMA FOR SUBMISSION OF INFORMATION AT THE TIME OF SENDING THE
FINAL REPORT OF THE WORK DONE ON THE PROJECT
1. Title of the Project……………………………………………………………………………..
2. NAME AND ADDRESS OF THE PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR ………………………………..
3. NAME AND ADDRESS OF THE INSTITUTION ……………………….
4. UGC APPROVAL LETTER NO. AND DATE ………………………………………
5. DATE OF IMPLEMENTATION ………………………………………
6. TENURE OF THE PROJECT ………………………………………
7. TOTAL GRANT ALLOCATED ………………………………………
8. TOTAL GRANT RECEIVED ………………………………………
9. FINAL EXPENDITURE ………………………………………
10. TITLE OF THE PROJECT ………………………………………
11. OBJECTIVES OF THE PROJECT ………………………………
12. WHETHER OBJECTIVES WERE ACHIEVED ………………………
(GIVE DETAILS)
13. ACHIEVEMENTS FROM THE PROJECT ………………………..
14. SUMMARY OF THE FINDINGS ……………………………………..
( IN 500 WORDS )
15. CONTRIBUTION TO THE SOCIETY ……………………………….
( GIVE DETAILS )
16. WHETHER ANY PH.D. ENROLLED/PRODUCED OUT OF THE PROJECT……………
17. NO. OF PUBLICATIONS OUT OF THE PROJECT ……………….
( PLEASE ATTACH)
( PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR ) (REGISTRAR/PRINCIPAL)
(Seal)
(CO-INVESTIGATOR)
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Annexure – X
UNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION
BAHADUR SHAH ZAFAR MARG
NEW DELHI – 110 002
ASSESSMENT CERTIFICATE
(to be submitted with the proposal)
It is certified that the proposal entitled”______________________”by
(Dr./Prof./Mr./Mrs.)_____________________________________________Deptt.
of ___________________ has been assessed by the
____________________________________committee consisting the following
members for submission to the University Grants Commission, New Delhi for
financial support under the scheme of Major Research Projects:
Details of Expert Committee:
The proposal is as per the guidelines.
(REGISTRAR/ PRINCIPAL)
(Seal)
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KAKATIYA UNIVERSITY :: WARANGAL
CAREER ADVANCEMENT SCHEME RSP-2006
RULES, REGULATIONS, GUIDELINES & OTHER INFORMATION
(Excerpts from G.O.Ms.No.14, Higher Education (UE.II) Dept., dated 20/02/2010 and UGC-Regulations for
Minimum Qualifications for appointment of University Teachers-2010)
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR (Rs.15600-39100 + AGP Rs.7000)
i) An Assistant Professor with Academic Grade Pay of Rs.6000, possessing
Ph.D. Degree in the relevant discipline shall be eligible, for moving to the next
higher grade (Rs.15600-39100 + AGP Rs.7000) after completion of four (04)
years service as Assistant Professor.
ii) Assistant Professors with Academic Grade Pay of Rs.6000, possessing M.Phil.
Degree or Post-Graduate Degree in professional courses, approved by the
relevant Statutory Body, such as LL.M./M.Tech./M.E. etc., shall be eligible for
the next Higher Grade (Rs.15600-39100 + AGP Rs.7000) after completion of
five (05) years service as Assistant Professor.
iii) Assistant Professors with Academic Grade Pay of Rs.6000 who does not have
Ph.D., or M.Phil., or a Master’s Degree in the relevant professional course,
shall be eligible for the next higher grade (Rs.15600-39100 + AGP Rs.7000)
only after completion of six (06) years service as Assistant Professor.
iv) The upward movement from the entry level grade (Rs.15600-39100 + Rs.6000)
to the next higher grade (Rs.15600-39100 + AGP Rs.7000) for all Assistant
Professors shall be subject to :
a) satisfying the minimum API scores using PBAS scoring as per the
norms of the UGC;
b) attended one Orientation and one Refresher/Research Methodology
Course of 2/3 weeks duration.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR (Rs.15600-39100 + AGP Rs.8000)
i) Assistant Professors who have completed five (05) years of service in
(Rs.15600-39100 + AGP Rs.7000) / or Assistant Professors (Senior Scale) in
the pre-revised scale of Rs.10000-15200 shall be eligible, to move up to next
higher grade (Rs.15600-39100 + AGP Rs.8000) subject to :
a) satisfying the minimum API scores using PBAS scoring as per the
norms of the UGC;
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b) attended one Course / Programme from among the categories of refresher courses, workshops, Training, Teaching-Learning-Evaluation Technology Programmes, Soft Skills development Programmes and Faculty Development Programmes for a minimum period of 2/3 week duration to have been undergone during the assessment period.
For moving from one AGP to the other Higher AGP, the process of selection is by a Screening-cum-Evaluation Committee. ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR (Rs.37400-67000 + AGP Rs.9000)
i) Assistant Professors completing 3 years of service in (Rs.15600-39100 + AGP Rs.8000) shall be eligible to move to the next higher grade (Rs.37400-67000 + AGP Rs.9000) and to be designated as Associate professor subject to :
a) satisfying the minimum API scores using PBAS scoring as per the norms of the UGC;
b) at least three publications in the entire period as Assistant Professor;
c) attended one Course / Programmes from among the categories of methodology workshops, Training, Teaching-Learning-Evaluation Technology Programmes, Soft Skills development Programmes and Faculty Development Programmes of minimum one week duration.
Promotion to the post of Associate Professor will be through a process of selection by a Selection Committee as per the UGC regulations. PROFESSOR (Rs.37400-67000 + AGP Rs.10000) i) Associate Professors completing 3 years of service in Rs.37500-67000 + AGP Rs.9000 and possessing a Ph.D. Degree in the relevant discipline shall be eligible to be appointed and designated as Professor and placed in the next higher grade (Rs.37400-67000 + AGP Rs.10000), subject to : a) satisfying the minimum yearly / Cumulative API scores using PBAS scoring as per the norms of the UGC. Teachers may combine two assessment periods (in AGP Rs.7000 and Rs.8000) to achieve minimum API scores, if required; b) a minimum of five publications since the period that the teacher is placed in AGP Rs.8000.
ii) No teacher other than those with a Ph.D. shall be promoted, appointed or designated as Professor. The Pay Band for the post of Professor shall be Rs.37400-67000 with AGP of Rs.10000.
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iii) The incumbent Readers, who have completed 6 years as Reader/Associate Professor on or after 01/01/2006, shall be eligible for promotion as Professor and to be placed in the Pay Band IV of Rs.37400-67000 provided one earns the required API score as per Tables I and II through the PBAS methodology stipulated in the Regulations.
Promotion to the post of Professor will be through a process of selection by a Selection Committee as per the UGC norms. PROFESSOR (Rs.37400-67000 + AGP Rs.12000)
i) Ten percent of the posts of Professors in a University, with a minimum of ten (10) years of teaching and research experience as Professor either in the pre-revised scale of Professor’s pay or the revised scale of pay will be eligible for promotion to the higher grade of Professorship (AGP Rs.12,000), on satisfying the required API score through the PBAS methodology stipulated in UGC regulations through a duly constituted Expert Committee, subject to possessing :
a) post-doctoral research outputs of high standard;
b) awards/honours/and recognitions
c) additional research degrees like D.Sc., D.Litt., LL.D, etc., patents and IPR on products and processes developed/technology transfer achieved in the case of teachers in Science and Technology
d) minimum yearly/cumulative API scores for the assessment period as per the norms of the UGC.
The selection is to be conducted by the University by receiving duly filled PBAS proformas from eligible Professors based on seniority, three times in number of the available vacancies in each faculty, in case the number of candidates available is less than three times the number of vacancies, the zone of consideration will be limited to the actual number of candidates available. The assessment process shall be through an Expert Committee evaluation of all credentials submitted by the teacher in University Departments. No separate interview will be conducted for this category.
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COUNTING OF PAST SERVICE :
1) Previous regular service, whether national or international, as Assistant Professor, Associate Professor or Professor or equivalent in a University, College, National Laboratories or other scientific/professional Organisations such as CSIR, ICAR, DRDO, UGC, ICSSR, ICHR, ICMR, DBT etc., should be counted for placement of a teacher as Assistant professor, Associate Professor, Professor or any other nomenclature these posts are described as per Appendix III- Table No.II provided that.
2) The essential qualifications of the post held were not lower than the qualifications prescribed by UGC for Assistant professor, Associate Professor and Professor as the case may be.
3) The post is/was in an equivalent grade or of the pre-revised scale of pay as the post of Assistant Professor (Lecturer) Associate Professor (Reader) and Professor.
4) The candidate for direct recruitment has applied through proper channel only.
5) The concerned Assistant Professor, Associate Professor and Professor should possess the same minimum qualifications as prescribed by UGC for appointment to the post of Assistant Professor, Associate Professor and Professor, as the case may be.
6) The post was filled in accordance with the prescribed selection procedure as laid down in the Regulations of University/State Government/Central Government/ Concerned Institutions, for such appointments.
7) The previous appointment was not an adhoc or in a leave vacancy.
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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION :
1) Candidates who do not fulfil the minimum score requirement under API Scoring System proposed in the Regulations as per Appendix III-Tables-II(a & b) or those who obtain less than 50% in the expert assessment of the selection process will have to be reassessed only after a minimum period of one year. The date of promotion shall be the date on which he/she has successfully got re-assessed.
2) The API based system through the PBAS proforma for CAS promotions is to be implemented only in a prospective manner from the academic year 2009-10, which for API scores under categories I and II shall be initially based on the annualized API scores earned by the teachers as depicted in Tables II (a) and II (b), or by Tables VIII (a) and VIII (b). This annual API scores for categories I and II can be compounded prospectively as and when the teachers (or Librarian/ Physical Education and Sports cadres, as the case may be) become eligible for CAS promotions to the next cadre with multiplication factor of years of service required to apply for CAS promotion.
3) CAS promotions of Assistants Professors from one AGP to the higher AGP shall be conducted by a “Screening-cum-Evaluation Committee” adhering to the norms laid out as API and PBAS in Table I to III of appendix–III.
4) CAS promotions being personal promotion to the incumbent teacher holding a substantive sanctioned post on superannuation of the individual incumbent, the said post shall revert back to its original cadre.
5) The incumbent teacher must be on the role and active service of the Universities / Colleges on the date of consideration by the Selection Committee for Selection / CAS promotion.
6) Further, in order to avoid any hardships, candidates who fulfil all other criteria mentioned in the Regulations, as on 31 December, 2008 and till the date on which the Regulation is notified, can be considered for promotion from the date, on or after 31 December, 2008, on which they fulfil the eligibility conditions, provided as mentioned above.
7) In the final assessment, if the candidates do not either fulfil the minimum API scores in the criteria as per PBAS proforma or obtain less than 50% in expert assessment, wherever applicable, such candidates will be reassessed only after a minimum period of one year.
8) (a) If a candidate applies for promotion on completion of the minimum eligibility period and is successful, the date of promotion will be from that of minimum period of eligibility.
(b) If, however, the candidates find that he/she fulfils the eligibility conditions at a later date and applies on that date and is successful, his/per promotion will be effected from that date of application fulfilling the criteria.
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(c) If the candidate does not succeed in the first assessment, but succeeds in the eventual assessment, his/her promotion will be deemed to be from the later date of successful assessment.
8) A teacher should acquire the required minimum aggregate score over two previous stages, taken together. In the case of promotion to Professor, the publications requirement shall be met over the two previous stages.
9) No teacher, other than those with a Ph.D., shall be promoted or appointed as Professor.
NOTE :
 For more information, the applicants are requested to refer G.O.Ms.No.14, Higher Education (UE-II) Dept., dated 20/02/2010 (www.goir.ap.gov.in) and UGC-Regulations on Minimum Qualifications for appointment of University Teachers (www.ugc.ac.in). The applicants are also requested to refer to the UGC-Regulations (2nd Amendment) -2013, dated 13/06/2013 before filling up the application-form (Available on the UGC Website).
 Applications will not be considered, if supporting documents, enclosures etc., are not appended to the application-form.
 Application-form, available in MS-Word form, should be downloaded and the information should be neatly type-written.
 Application must be submitted in quadruplicate in spiral-binding form.
 Application will not be received after the last date i.e. 15/11/2011.