GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH

ABSTRACT

Colleges of Education – Admission of students into B.Ed., Course  Private Aided and Un-Aided Minority Colleges of Education in the State Rules – Issued

SCHOOL EDUCATION (Trg-A1) DEPARTMENT

G.O.Ms. No. 26.                                                                                                Dated: 3  -02-2005

                                                                                                                          Read the following:-

1.G.O.Ms.No.154, Edn (Rules), Dt:27th April 1989.

2.G.O.Ms.No.405, Edn (Trg.1) Dept., Dt:6th November 1995.

3.G.O.Rt.No.169 Edn (SE-Trg-1) Dept., Dt: 5th February 2004

4.G.O.Ms.No.570, Edn (SE.Trg.1) Dept., Dt:16th June 2004.

5.G.O.Ms.No. 72 Edn (SE-Trg-1) Dept., Dt: 5th July 2004

 & & &

 

ORDER:

 

In the reference 3rd  read above, Adhoc Rules were issued for admission of students into B.Ed Course in aided and un-aided minority colleges of education in the State for  the academic year 2003-2004 duly prescribing admission procedure for Convener Seats and also management seats.

 

2.         Government have examined the matter carefully and decided to adopt the following procedure for B.Ed admissions in aided and un-aided minority colleges of education in the State  in supercession of all the orders issued in the references 1to 4 read above. 

 

3. The following notification shall be published in the extraordinary issue of the Andhra Pradesh Gazette.

Notification:

 

In exercise of the powers conferred by of Section 3 read with Section 15 of the Andhra Pradesh Educational Institutions (Regulation of Admission and Prohibition of Capitation Fee) Act, 1983 (Andhra Pradesh Act No: 5 of 1983), and in supercession of all the rules in force on the subject, the Governor of Andhra Pradesh hereby makes the following rules relating to admission of students into B.Ed course offered in various private aided and un-aided minority Colleges of Education in the State through Common Entrance Test.    

 

1.Short title, applicability and commencement

 

(a)  These Rules may be called the Andhra Pradesh Private Minority (Aided/Un-Aided) Colleges of Education (Regulation of Admissions into B.Ed Course through Common Entrance Test), Rules, 2005.

(a)     They shall apply for selection and allotment of candidates for admission into all Private Aided/Un-Aided Minority Colleges of Education offering B.Ed Course in the State

(b)     They shall come into force with effect from the academic year 2004-2005.

 

2.Definitions:

(1) In these rules ,unless the contest otherwise requires;

 

(i) “Act” means the Andhra Pradesh Educational Institutions (Regulation of Admission and Prohibition of Capitation Fee) Act, 1983. (Andhra Pradesh Act No:5 of 1983)

(ii)“Common Entrance Test ( Ed.CET)” means the test conducted by Government for assigning merit ranking to students which will be the basis for admission of students into the B. Ed course offered in various Colleges of  Education in the State.

(iii)“Common Entrance Test – AC ( Ed.CET-Ac)” means the test conducted by the Association of Colleges of Education under Private Management for admission of students into the B. Ed course offered in various Private Colleges of  Education under Management Quota as per their option.

(iv)“Committee of Entrance Test” means the committee empowered to conduct EdCET for B.Ed Course and to prepare the merit list of the candidates as per the marks obtained in the above test for Admission into Convenor seats and Management seats in Colleges which agree to make admissions based on ranking in EdCET for B.Ed Course. 

(v)“Competent Authority” means the Chairman of the Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education.   

(vi)“Convenor” means the authority / officer nominated by the competent authority, not below the rank of a Professor / Regional Joint Director (RJD), School Education Dept., for the conduct of Ed.CET and also to make allotment of candidates for admission into B.Ed Course in all the Colleges of Education in the State.

     (vii)“Convenor Seats” means the seats earmarked from out of the sanctioned intake of seats in  

       each institution to be filled by the Convenor.

(viii)“Local Area” means the territorial jurisdiction prescribed for identifying the local candidate. 

     (ix)“Local Candidate” means the candidates in relation to the local area as specified in   

           Annexure – I

x) “Management Seats” means the seats earmarked from out of the sanctioned intake of seats to be filled by the Management of the Private Aided /Un-Aided Minority Colleges of Education including the Management seats earmarked for concerned Minority candidates.

(xi)“Permanent Committee” means the committee constituted by the Government to ensure that the EdCET-AC conducted by the Association of Colleges of Education is fair and transparent.

(xii)“Qualified Candidate” means the candidate who has appeared for the EdCET / EdCET-AC  and has been assigned rank in the common merit list and has the eligibility as per the criteria laid down in Rule 3.

(xiii)“Qualifying Examination” means the examination of the minimum qualification prescribed for appearance /passing of which entitles one to seek admission into the B. Ed Course as laid down in Rule3.

(xiv)“State Council” means The Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education constituted under Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education Act, 1988 (Andhra Pradesh Act 16 of 1988). 

(xv)“University” means the University concerned in which the particular courses are offered.

 

(2) Words and Expressions used but not defined in these rules shall have the same meaning assigned to them under the Andhra Pradesh Educational Institutions (Regulation of Admission and Prohibition of Capitation Fee) Act, 1983 (Andhra Pradesh Act 5 of 1983).

 

3.       Eligibility Criteria For Admission:

 

The eligibility criteria for admission into B. Ed. Courses shall be as mentioned below:

 

(i). The candidates should be of Indian nationality and should satisfy the Local / Non-Local   

status requirements as laid down in the Andhra Pradesh Educational Institutions (Regulation of admissions) Order, 1974 as subsequently amended.

 

(ii). The candidates should have obtained a Degree from any recognized  university in India.

 

(iii). The candidates who have passed the qualifying examination i.e., B.A. / B.Sc. / B.Com / B.Sc  (Home Science) / BCA / BBM with an aggregate of 45% marks and above in part – II (group subjects) are alone eligible.  However, in case of SC / ST candidates a mere pass is sufficient. 

 

(iv).The candidates possessing B.E. / B.Tech. / M.B.B.S. / Ag.B.Sc / BVSC / BHMT / B. Pharmacy Degree and such other professional and job oriented Degree like LLB are not eligible for admission into B.Ed courses.  Candidates possessing Master Degree without undergraduate study are also not eligible for admission.

 

(v). Candidates should have obtained a merit rank either at EdCET or EdCET-AC conducted for the academic year concerned and should satisfy the eligibility qualifications prescribed as below for each methodology.

 

Methodology

 

Eligibility

Mathematics

:

B.A. / B.Sc with Mathematics as one of the group subjects and BCA candidates with Mathematics at Intermediate level in optional Mathematics stream.

Physical Sciences

:

Candidates with B.Sc., who have studied Physics and Chemistry OR allied material sciences under Part-II group subjects. BCA candidates with Physical Sciences (Physics and Chemistry) at Intermediate level as group subjects  

Biological Sciences

:

Candidates with B.Sc / B.Sc (Home Science) who have studied Botany and Zoology OR allied life sciences under Part-II group subjects and BCA students with Biological Sciences background at Intermediate with Optional Bio-Sciences.

Social Studies

:

All candidates with B.A./B.Com/B.B.M/B.C.A. students with Social Sciences background at Intermediate level as group subjects.

 

(vi)(a) Candidates belonging to “OC” and “BC” communities shall secure 35% marks (53 / 150) in common entrance test to become eligible for admission.   However there shall be no minimum qualifying marks in respect of SC / ST candidates for allotment of seats under their own respective categories. Also there shall be no minimum qualifying marks in respect of women candidates who appeared for Mathematics / Physical Science subject for allotment of Seat.

(b) However, the candidates belonging to SC / ST communities and women candidates who appeared for Mathematics / Physical Science subject in EdCET, shall secure the minimum qualifying marks of 35% i.e 53 marks out of 150 in the EdCET / EdCET-AC to claim a seat under NCC /SP/ PHC/CAP quota.

 

(vii )Candidates should have completed the age of 19 years as on 1st July of the year in which notification is issued.  There shall be no maximum age limit.

 

4.       Method of Admissions:

 

The following guidelines shall be applicable to both the Private Aided / Un-Aided Minority Colleges of Education

(i)               Mere appearance at the common entrance test and obtaining a rank does not entitle a   

           candidate to be considered for admission automatically into any subject (methodology) /  

            institution unless he / she also satisfies the rules and regulations of the admissions

            prescribed by the concerned University / Government including marks to be obtained in  

            the qualifying examination.

(ii)The admissions shall be made in the order of merit on the basis of the rank assigned in the Common Entrance Test EdCET (Ed.CET) / Common Entrance Test –Ac (EdCET-AC )and to the extent of intake capacity.

 

(iii)The minority institutions shall admit the candidates as selected and allotted by the “Convener” under Convener seats as prescribed in these Rules.

 

(iv)The percentage of number of candidates to be admitted in each methodology (subject) in the institutions  shall be as follows:

 

(a)Mathematics                                               :                         30 %

(b)Physical Sciences                             :           15 %

(c)Biological Sciences                           :             25 %

(d)Social Studies                                   :           30 %

 

(v)The methodology - wise percentages should be followed strictly as prescribed above for all the seats either to be allotted by the Convener, EdCET, or to be filled by the managements under management seats.

 

(vi) For arriving at the number of seats under 15% management quota, the fraction above 0.5 only should be taken as (1) and fraction of 0.5 and below should be ignored.

(vii) Minority status of a candidate who is seeking admission in Private Aided / Un-aided Minority Colleges of Education, shall be decided as per the orders issued by Minority Welfare Department from time to time .

 

5.       Aided-Minority Colleges of  Education

 

(i)The management of private aided minority colleges shall admit the candidates to the extent of 70%, methodology-wise belonging to concerned minority community, who are eligible and qualified in common entrance test conducted by Government (Ed.CET) or Common Entrance Test conducted by Association of Managements of Colleges of Education (EdCET-AC)   as per the option already exercised by them with the Permanent Committee.

 

(ii)If seats are vacant in any methodology due to non-availability of minority candidates, such vacant seats may be filled with the Minority candidates belonging to other methodology as per merit in EdCET/ EdCET-AC (As per the option exercised already) with prior permission of the Regional Joint Director of School Education concerned duly producing all relevant records. 

 

(iii)The remaining 30% of the seats shall be filled by the Convener EdCET from the common merit list of Ed.CET as per rules.

 

6.       Un-aided Minority Colleges of  Education

(i)  55% - Management Seats – to be filled with Minority candidates only

 

The Management of private un-aided Minority Colleges of Education shall admit the candidates to the extent of 55% of intake belonging to concerned minority community who are eligible and qualified in Common Entrance Test conducted by Government ( Ed-CET )or common entrance Test conducted by Association of Managements of Colleges of Education (Ed-CET-AC) as per the option already exercised by them with the Permanent Committee.

 

(a)   The admissions to the “55% Management seats” shall be methodology wise as per merit ranking among the Minority candidates applied to the college duly following the transparent method prescribed in the rules.

(b)   The existing rules of reservation for special categories i.e. NCC/ Sports /CAP / PHC and Women are to be followed as prescribed in the rules.

(c )  If seats are vacant in any methodology due to non-availability of minority candidates in that methodology, such vacant seats shall be filled with the Minority candidates belonging to other methodology as per merit with prior permission of Regional Joint Director of School Education concerned duly producing all relevant records. 

(d)   Still, if the management is unable to get sufficient number of concerned minority candidates, such seats can be filled with non-minority candidates who are qualified in the Ed-CET/ EdCET-AC, (As per the option exercised already) duly following the merit and rules of reservation with prior approval of the Regional Joint Director of School Education  concerned. However, the provisions of G.O. Ms. No.1, Minorities Welfare  (M & R), Department, dated 16.01.2004 has to be fulfilled if the minority status of the College is to be retained. 

(e )  85% of the seats covered under “55% Management seats” in each methodology shall be allocated to the local candidates and remaining 15% of the seats shall be un-reserved for which Andhra University, Osmania University, Sri Venkateswara University local candidates and non-local candidates of Andhra Pradesh can compete in combined merit order of concerned minority.

 

(ii) 15% - Management Seats – to be filled with Minority or Non-Minority candidates

 

The Management shall fill 15% of seats with eligible and qualified candidates as per merit in EdCET/ EdCET-AC (As per the option exercised already)

 

(iii)       30% - Convener Seats  - to be filled by the Convener

 

The remaining 30% of seats shall be filled by the Convener, EdCET from the common merit list of EdCET as per Rules.

 

7.Admission Process to fill up the Convener’s seats

 

(i) An Admission Committee shall be constituted with the following members to advise the Convener in the matter relating to admissions and on such other matters necessary for smooth conduct of admissions.

 

(1)Chairman, Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education, Hyderabad. (Chairman of the Admission Committee)

(2).Secretary, Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education, Hyderabad.

(3).Convener of Admissions (Member Convener) who shall be the convener-

      Ed.CET.

(4).Software Specialist in Computer / On-Line systems of admissions nominated

   by   the State Council.

(5).Two nominees of the Universities as nominated by the State Council of Higher

   Education, Hyderabad.

(6).Commissioner of Technical Education or his nominee.

(7).Commissioner of School Education or his nominee.

(8) .Special invitees nominated by the State Council of Higher Education,

   Hyderabad.

(ii)The Convener (admissions) shall adopt On-Line computerised system of counselling either by following Centralised or Decentralised counselling at various centers for the convenience of the candidates and shall prepare the seat matrix of the University / Government  / Private colleges for which he will be conducting admissions.  He shall prepare the programme of schedule for admissions and shall make all the necessary arrangements for Notification Man-power, admission venues, scrutiny staff, fee collection, Networking facilities for On-Line counselling at various centers, mobilization of software etc., in consultation with the Admission Committee.

 

(iii)Private minority colleges or its managements shall not call for application for admission separately or individually for the Convener’s seats under any circumstances.

 

(iv)Candidates shall be called for counselling and provisional allotment of subjects (methodologies) / institutions shall be made in order of merit assigned at Common Entrance Test following the rules of reservations issued by the Government from time to time and such allotment is only provisional.

 

(v)The selection and allotment of candidates for various subjects (methodologies) / institutions in respect of Private minority colleges shall be solely on the basis of merit as adjudged by the rank obtained in the entrance test subject to condition that the candidate should have passed the qualifying examination and secured the required marks in the group subjects as stipulated in the admission rules.

 

(vi)Admission shall be made in accordance with the instructions contained in G.O.Ms. No. 550, Education (EC-2) Department, Dated: 30-07-2001.

 

(vii)Once, a candidate secures admission to a particular subject (methodology) / institution based on his / her option, no more claim for admission into other colleges be entertained except as ordered by the Convener, EdCET.

 

(viii)The candidate admitted in private aided minority college shall pay tuition fee, special fee and other fee if any at the time of admission, as prescribed per annum by the Government.

 

(ix)The candidates admitted in Private Un-Aided Colleges (Minority ) shall pay tuition fees, special fees and other fees, if any, as approved by the fee committee .

 

(x)The Convener, EdCET shall prepare the final list of candidates admitted subject wise (methodology wise) and institution wise and send the same to various universities to which the private colleges are affiliated and also to the Regional Joint Director of School Educations concerned.

 

(xi)The Convener, EdCET in consultation with the Admission committee shall fix the cut off dates for each stage of admissions.

 

(xii)All the candidates called for counselling shall produce the specified original Certificates along with the duly attested photocopies and the Convener (admissions) shall be entitled to cause verification of all the Certificates produced by the candidates.

 

(xiii)The Chairman of Admission Committee is the competent authority to clarify any doubts and his decision is final with regard to interpretation of the rules mentioned in various orders pertaining to admissions.

 

8.       Admission Process to fill up Management Seats in Minority Colleges:

 

The following transparency measures shall be followed for filling up Management seats of  55%/70% seats by the Managements of un-aided/Aided Minority Colleges of Education respectively.

 

(i)The Director of School Education shall issue admission schedule to make admissions in Private Aided and Un-Aided Minority Colleges of Education

(ii)Subsequently, a notification is to be issued by the management in the local newspapers (at least in two Newspapers) duly mentioning the number of seats available methodology wise inviting applications from the candidates eligible and qualified in EdCET/ EdCET-AC as per the option already exercised. Copies of notification should be submitted to the District Educational Officer concerned.

(iii)The Managements of   Minority Colleges of Education shall supply application forms to the candidates in duplicate. The list of certificates to be submitted along with the application should be mentioned clearly in the application form. The application forms shall also indicate the CET option (Ed.CET/Ed.CET-AC) exercised by the Management 

(iv)The Managements of   minority colleges of education shall also make application forms available in the concerned District Education Office’s Office. 

(v)The candidates have to submit the original applications in the college and duplicate applications in the respective District Education Officer`s Office.

(vi)Acknowledgement should be issued to the applicants by the management duly verifying whether the candidate has submitted all the Certificates required along with the application and if any Certificate is not enclosed the candidate should be advised to submit the application along with the required Certificate, which is not enclosed. In respect of the applications submitted along with all the required Certificates acknowledgement should be given on the spot at the time of submission instead of sending by post  at a later date.

(vii) After the last date for receipt of the applications the District Education Officers concerned  shall prepare the total list of all the applicants and shall forward the applications along with the list to the college under proper acknowledgement.

(viii)The college shall prepare the merit list taking into account all the applications i.e. forwarded by the District Education Officer and also received in the college. The merit list has to be submitted to the District Education Officer  concerned who shall verify and ensure that all the applications sent by him are included in the merit list.

(ix)The merit list should be displayed at the college, District Education Officer’s office concerned and also on www.aponline.gov.in by the District Education Office concerned one week before the admission of the candidates in the following proforma.

 

Name of the Candidate with father’s name

(1)

Community

 

 

 

 

 

(2)

Percentage of marks in Degree Part-II

 

 

    (3)

Hall Ticket No: in EdCET/EdCET-AC

 

 

 

(4)

Rank / Marks in Ed.CET/ Ed.CET-Ac

 

(5)

Minority Status claimed

 

 

 

(6)

Reservations for special categories claimed, if any

 

(7)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(x)Regarding admission of the candidates to the special categories i.e. NCC/ Sports and Games / PHC / CAP the certificates have to be got verified & confirmed by the respective authorities as mentioned in this G.O.vide Annexures II to V to this rules .

(xi)The minority status of the candidates should be determined as per the provisions in the Rule (4) (vii) of these Rules.

(xii)The following aspects shall be verified by the District Educational Officer concerned before approving the list of provisionally selected candidates for admission.

(a)Whether merit order has been followed,

(b)Eligibility of candidates as per eligibility criteria laid down,

(c)Whether methodology wise percentage has been followed,

(d)Whether Rules of Reservation wherever applicable have been followed.

(xiii)The first list of candidates provisionally selected methodology wise should be displayed on the notice board and also at the office of the District Educational Officer concerned and also made available on www.aponline.gov.in The candidates should be informed telegraphically well in advance.

(xiv)In case all the candidates selected have not reported for taking admission on the scheduled date, the un-filled seats may be filled up through 2nd & 3rd lists respectively as per rules strictly.

(xv)Even if in the 3rd list also if all the seats could not be filled they should be filled through spot admissions on the scheduled date issued by the Regional Joint Director of School Education concerned.

(xvi)Management shall not reject the application on flimsy grounds or small rectifiable mistakes. Opportunity should be given to the candidate for rectifying the mistakes.

 

9.        Approval of Admissions:

                    The admissions made by  the managements of private aided and unaided minority colleges of Education under Management Seats shall be got approved by the competent authority i.e. Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education (APSCHE) duly submitting all the relevant records as called for on the date prescribed.

 

10.     Reservation of Seats For SC / ST / BC Communities:

 

(i)15 % of the seats in each methodology (subject) shall be reserved for the candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste

 

If qualified Scheduled Caste candidates are not available in a local area then

the vacancies available in that local area shall be allotted to the SC category

candidates of other local areas in the order of merit.

 

(ii)6 % of the seats in each methodology (subject) shall be reserved for the                  candidates belonging to Scheduled Tribes. If qualified Schedule Tribe candidates are not available in a local area then the vacancies available in that local area shall be allotted to the same category candidates (ST candidates) of other local areas in the order of merit.

 

If the seats reserved for Scheduled Tribe candidates are still vacant after exhausting all the candidates in the merit list then they shall be allotted in the merit order to the Scheduled Caste candidates of the respective regions and vice versa.

 

If qualified candidates belonging to Scheduled castes and Scheduled Tribe communities are not available in all the regions then the left over seats reserved for them shall be treated as unreserved seats and shall be filled by the candidates of the general pool of the respective local areas.

 

(iii)  25% of the seats in each methodology (subject) shall be reserved for the candidates belonging to Backward Classes and shall be allocated among the four groups of Backward Classes as shown below:

                        BC – A : 7%;    BC – B : 10%;  BC-C : 1%; BC-D : 7%

 

            If qualified candidates belonging to Backward class of a particular group are not available, the left over seats can be adjusted for the candidates of the next group in the cyclic order.  If qualified candidates belonging to Backward classes are not available to fill up the 25% of the seats reserved for them in a particular local area, the left over seats shall be treated as un-reserved and shall be filed up with the candidates of the general pool of the same local area.

 

(iv)No candidate seeking reservation for admission under the above categories be allowed to participate in the counselling for admission unless he/she produces the integrated community certificate prescribed by the Government and issued by the revenue authorities vide G.O.Ms.No. 58 Social Welfare (J) Department, Dt: 12-05-1997.

 

11.    Reservation For Special Categories (NCC / Sports/ CAP / PH):

 

Seats shall also be reserved in each methodology (subject) in an institution  for the following categories to the extent indicated against them.

(i)        National Cadet Corps (NCC):

1% (One Percent) for national Cadet Corps candidates possessing “C”, “B” and “A” certificates.  Candidates holding “C” certificate shall be given priority over “B certificate holders and “B” certificate holders over “A” certificate holders.

 

            Priorities under NCC are given in ANNEXURE – II.

 

(ii)        Sports and Games (SP):

 

1% (One Percent) for Games and Sports candidates.

            Priorities under Sports and Games are given in ANNEXURE – III.

 

(iii)       Children of Armed Persons (CAP):

 

3% (Three percent) for the Children of Armed persons i.e., Ex-Service men, Defence Personnel including the children of Border Security Forces and Central Reserve Police residing in Andhra Pradesh for a minimum period of 5 years.

 

            Priorities under CAP are given in ANNEXURE – IV

 

(iv)       Physically Handicapped (PH):

 

There shall be 3%  (three percent) horizontal reservation in each category (OC/ BC/ SC/ ST) for Visually Handicapped / Hearing Impaired/  Orthopaedically Handicapped candidates (each 1%)

 

            Guidelines for priorities under PHC are given in Annexure-V.

(v)        (a)        If qualified candidates belonging to NCC/SP/CAP categories are not available, the left over seats shall be filled up with the candidates of general pool of the same local area.

            (b)        If qualified candidates belonging to “PH” category are not available the left over seats shall be diverted to their respective categories (OC/ BC/ SC/ ST) of the same local area.

vi )To claim a seat under NCC/ SP/ CAP/ PH (OC category) the candidates belonging to SC/ ST communities should secure the minimum qualifying marks (prescribed for OC/BC candidates in the Common Entrance Test(Ed.CET) and Ed.CET-AC conducted.

Note:    (a)        The candidates claiming reservation benefit under the above categories (NCC/ SP/ CAP/ PH) shall produce original documents in support in their claim to the convener (admissions)/management and they shall be entitled to refer the original documents of the candidates claiming reservation for scrutiny and confirmation to the following authorities,

            (i)         NCC                            :           The Director of NCC, Andhra Pradesh

            (ii)           Sports & Games  :               To the Vice-Chairman & Managing Director,

                                                                                                Sports Authority of Andhra Pradesh (SAAP).

            (iii)       Physically Handicapped:         To the Director,

                                                                        Medical and Health Services

                                                                        Andhra Pradesh.

            (iv)       CAP                            :           To the Director,

                                                                        Sainik Welfare Board, Andhra Pradesh.

    vii)Reservation of Seats for Women:

There shall be a reservation 331/3  % of seats in favour of Women candidates in each methodology (subject) and in each category (OC/ BC/ SC/ ST/ NCC/ SP/ CAP/ PH).

The above reservation shall  not be made applicable if the number of women candidates selected on merit basis  in each methodology (subject) and in each category exceeds 331/3  %.

If sufficient number of women candidates are not available in some categories, these seats shall be diverted to the men candidates of the same category.

12.     Penalty for irregular admissions made under Management Quota:

In case, irregular admissions are made under management seats without following eligibility criteria and other admission rules ,the following penalty shall be imposed on the Principal/ Correspondent responsible for such irregular admissions, and action can be taken.

(i)Penal action would be initiated as per section 9 of the Andhra Pradesh Educational Institutions (Recognition of admission and prohibition of capitation fee) Act 1983( Act No.5 of 1983). 

(ii)The ‘No Objection Certificate” (NOC) issued to the society for establishment of the College shall be withdrawn and thereby the college looses its affiliation issued by the University concerned and recognition granted by NCTE.

(iii) Minority Welfare Department may be recommended for withdrawal of the Minority status of the Institution permanently 

 

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

 

                                                                               Dr. S. CHELLAPPA

                                                                       PRINCIPAL  SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT

To

The Commissioner of Printing ,Stationery and Stores  Purchase, Chanchalguda ,Hyderabad with a request to publish in the next extraordinary Gazette  and supply 200 copies .

The Secretary, A. P. State Council for Higher Education, A. P., Hyderabad.

The Director of School Education, A. P., Hyderabad.

The Convener., EdCET-2004.

Copy to the Principal Secretary to Government, Higher Education Department.

Copy to the Principal Secretary to Government, Minority Welfare Department.

Copy to all the District Collectors in the State.

Copy to all the District Educational Officers in the State.

Copy to Registrars of all Universities in the State.

Copy to all the Regional Joint Directors of School Education in the State.

Copy to the Correspondents of all the   Private Aided,/Unaided Minority Colleges of Education in the State through  Director of School Education ,Hyderabad  .

Copy to P.S.to Minister for School Education.

SF/SC.

 

 

                                     // Forwarded by order//

 

                                                                                                             SECTION OFFICER

 

 

 

 

 

Annexure – I

Annexure to G.O. Ms. No. 26     School  Education (Trg.A1 ) Department dated 3  -02-2005.

 

A.   The Local Areas means:

 

(1).The part of the State comprising the districts of Adilabad, Hyderabad (including Twin Cities) Ranga Reddy, Karimnagar, Khammam, Medak, Mahaboobnagar, Nalgonda, Nizamabad and Warangal shall be regarded as the Osmania University Local area (Telangana).

 

 

(2).The part of the State Comprising the districts of Srikakulam, Vizianagaram, Visakhapatnam, East Godavari, West Godavari, Krishna, Guntur and Prakasam shall be regarded as the Andhra University Local area (Andhra).

(3).The part of the State Comprising the districts of Anantapur, Kurnool, Chittoor, Kadapa and Nellore shall be regarded as the Sri Venkateswara University Local area (Rayalaseema).

 

B.   The Local Candidate means:

 

(1)   A candidate for admission shall be regarded as a local candidate in relation to a local area..

              (a)   If he has studied in Educational Institution or Educational Institutions in such local area for a period of not less than four consecutive academic years ending with the academic year in which he appeared or as the case may be, first appeared in the relevant qualifying examination

OR

(b).Where, during the whole or any part of the four consecutive academic years ending with the academic year in which he appeared or as the case may be first appeared for the relevant qualifying examination he has not studied in any Educational Institutions, if he has resided in that local area for a period of not less than four years immediately preceding the date of commencement of the relevant qualifying examination which he appeared or as the case may be first appeared.

 

2.A candidate for admission to the Course who is not regarded as local candidate under clauses ( a) and (b) above, in relation to any local area shall.

 

(a)If he has studied in Educational Institutions in the State for a period of not less than seven consecutive academic years ending with the academic year in which he appeared or as the case may be first appeared for the relevant qualifying examination be regarded as a local candidate in relation to :-

(i)Such local area where he has studied for the maximum period out of said period of seven years.

OR

(ii)Where the period of his study in two or more local areas are equal such local area where he has studied last in such equal period.

OR

(b).If, during the whole or any part of seven consecutive academic years ending with the academic year in which he appeared or as case may be first appeared for the relevant qualifying examination he has not studied in the Educational Institutions in any local area but has resided in the State during the whole of the said period of seven years, be regarded as a local candidate in relation to :-

 

(i)Such local area where he has resided for the maximum period out of the said period of seven years.  OR

(ii)Where the periods of his residence in two or more local areas are equal, such local area where he has resided last in such equal periods.

 

C.The following categories of candidates are eligible to apply for admission to the remaining 15% of un-reserved seats:

 

 

(a)All the candidates eligible to be declared as local candidates

 

(b)Candidates who have resided in the State for a total period of 10 years excluding periods of study outside the State or either of whose parent have resided in the State for a total period of ten years excluding period of employment outside the State.

( c )Candidates who are children of parents who are in the employment of this State or Central Government, Public Sector Corporations, Local Bodies, Universities and other similar quasi-public Institutions, within the State.

 

(d )Candidates who are spouses of those in the employment of the State or Central Government Public Sector Corporations, Local Bodies, Universities and Educational Institutions recognised by the Government or University OR Other competent authority and similar quasi Government Institutions within the State.

 

 

D.If a local candidate in respect of a local area is not available to fill any seat reserved or allocated in favour of a local candidate in respect of that local area, such seats shall be filled if it had not been reserved.

 

 

NOTE: For details, see the Andhra Pradesh Educational Institutions (Regulations of Admission)Order, 1974 and as subsequently amended.


ANNEXURE-II

Annexure to G.O.Ms.No. 26    School  Education (Trg.A1 ) Department dated 3   -02-2005.

 

RULES OF ADMISSION INTO B.Ed Course UNDER NCC QUOTA OF SEATS

 

(In terms of G.O.Ms.No. 155, Higher Education (Ec-2) Department, dated : 17-11-2000)

 

PRIORITIES UNDER NCC QUOTA

 

Priority – I :           N.C.C. Cadets participating at International level for Youth Exchange Programme (Priority within selected candidates will be given in order of seniority of certificates i.e. “C”, “B” and “A” certificates).

 

Priority – II :          N.C.C.  Cadets participating at National level in the following order of priority:-

 

(a )Republic Day camp at New Delhi.

 

(b) All India Thal Sainik Camp/ Nav Sainik Camp / Vayu Sainik Camp for Republic

         Day banner competition.

 

(c)               National Integration Camp at Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

 

(d)               Participants of Para jumps / Sky diving / Mountaineering at national level/Medal winners at National Level Shooting competition with National Rifle Association/Award winner in NCC Games at National level.

 

(Priority within selected students in each category will be given in order of seniority of certificates i.e., “C”, “B” and “A” certificates).

 

Priority – III :        The priority in descending order will be as follows :

 

(a)Participants at Republic Day Parade at State level.

 

(b)Participants at Independence Day at State level.

 

(c)               C, B and A certificate holders

 

(Priority within selected students in each category will be given in order of seniority of certificates i.e., “C”, “B” and “A” certificates).

 

Note :- 

(1)   Priority will be considered in “C”, “B” and “A” certificates attained prior to appearing in the qualifying exam.

(2)   Only N.C.C. certificates issued by N.C.C. authorities shall be valid.

 

For other details refer G.O.Ms.No. 155, Higher Education (EC-2), Department, dated:17-11-2000.  The same is available in the Internet and can be accessed at the address http://apts.gov.in/apgos.

 

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ANNEXURE – III

Annexure to G.O.Ms.No.  26   School  Education (Trg.A1 ) Department dated 3  -02-2005.

 

RULES OF ADMISSION INTO B.Ed Course UNDER SPORTS and GAMES QUOTA OF SEATS

 

 

In terms of G.O.Ms.No: 103 and G.O.Ms.No: 149 HE (EC-II) Dept., Dt: 15-7-2000 and 28-10-2000 respectively, and G.o.Rt No: 449 Edn SE (Trg-1) Dept., Dt: 22-4-2004.

 

PRIORITIES UNDER SPORTS and GAMES QUOTA

 

(1). Representing Nation in approved World Competitions and winning first place in

    Men/Women section.

(2)Representing Nation in approved World Competitions and winning second place    

     in Men/Women section.

(3) Representing Nation in approved World Competitions and winning third place

     in Men/Women section.

(4)Representing Nation in approved World Competitions.

(5) Representing Nation in approved World University Competitions and winning

     first place.

     (6)Representing Nation in approved World Competitions for Junior/Youth and

          winning first place.

(7)                            Representing Nation in approved World University Competitions and winning second place.

 (8)Representing Nation in approved World Competitions for Junior/Youth and  

     winning second place.

(9)Representing Nation in approved World University Competitions and winning third place.

(10)Representing Nation in approved World Competitions for Junior/Youth and winning third place.

     (11)Representing Nation in World University Competitions

     ( 12)(Representing Nation in approved World Competitions for Junior/Youth.

     (13)Representing Nation in the World School Games and winning first place.

     (14)Representing Nation in the World School Games and winning second place.

     (15)Representing Nation in the World School Games and winning third place.

     (16)Representing Nation in the World School Games.

     (17)Representing the State in the National Championship for Men/Women and  

            winning first place.

     (18)Representing the State in the National Championship for Men/Women and

             winning second place.

     (19)Representing the State in the National Championship for Men/Women and

            winning third place.

     (20)Representing University in Inter-varsity Competitions and winning first place.

     (21)Representing the State in National Championship for Juniors and winning the

            first place.

     (22)Representing University in Inter-varsity Competitions and winning the second

            place.

      (23)Representing the State in National Championship for Juniors and winning the

              second place.

     (24)Representing University in Inter-varsity Competitions and winning third place.

     (25)Representing the State in National Championships for Juniors and winning   

            third place.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(26)Representing State Schools in All India School Games and winning first place.

(27)Representing State Schools in All India School Games and winning second place.

(28)Representing State Schools in All India School Games and winning third place.

(29)Representing State in South Zone Championships for Men/women and winning the first place.

(30)Representing State in South Zone Championships for Men/women and winning the second place.

(31)Representing State in South Zone Championships for Men/women and winning the third place.

(32)Representing State in South Zone Championships for Juniors and winning first place / Representing University in Zonal Competitions and winning first place.

(33)Representing State in South Zone Championships for Juniors and winning second place / Representing University in Zonal Competitions and winning second place.

(34)Representing State in South Zone Championships for Juniors and winning third place / Representing University in Zonal Competitions and winning third place.

(35)Representing the State in Senior National Championship for Men/Women.

(36)Representing University in Intervarsity Competitions

(37)Representing the State in National Championships for Juniors.

(38)Representing state Schools in All India School Games.

              (39)Representing State in South Zone Championship for Men / Women

(40)Representing State in South Zone Championship for Juniors / Representing University in Zonal Competitions

(41)Representing District in Inter Districts Championships for Seniors and winning the first place

(42)Representing District in Inter Districts Championships for Seniors and winning the second place

(43)Representing District in Inter Districts Championships for Seniors and winning the third place

(44)Winning First place in University Inter-zone competitions / Inter-Collegiate Competitions

(45)Representing District in Inter Districts competitions for juniors and winning the first  place

(46)Winning second place in University Inter-zone competitions / Inter-Collegiate Competitions

(47)Representing District in Inter Districts competitions for juniors and winning the second place

(48)Winning third place in University Inter-zone competitions / Inter-Collegiate Competitions

(49)Representing District in Inter Districts competitions for juniors and winning the third place

(50)Representing Educational Districts in State School Games and winning the First place

(51)Representing Educational Districts in State School Games and winning the second place

(52)Representing Educational Districts in State School Games and winning the third place

(53)Representing District in Inter District Competitions for Men / Women

(54)Representing District in Inter District Competitions for Juniors

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(55)Representing Educational District in State School Games

 

Wherever National Games are mentioned, they shall be read as "National Games and recognized equivalent School Games of the ICSE and CBSE Boards"

The participation in the following Games and Sports will only be considered under this category:

 

Archery

Fencing

Kho-Kho

Swimming

Athletics

Football

Roller Skating

Table Tennis

Ball Badminton

Gymnastics

Rowing

Taekwando

Basketball

Handball

Sailing/Yatching

Tennis

Boxing

Hockey

Sepak Takraw

Volleyball

Chess

Judo

Shooting

Weight Lifting

Cricket

Kayaking & Canoeing

Shuttle Badminton

Wrestling

Cycling

Khabaddi

Softball

 

 

NOTE :

 

(1)If there is more than one eligible candidate in a particular priority, the selection shall be based on the rank at Ed.CET.

(2)Representation/Participation in any Game/Sport by a candidate after passing the qualifying examination shall not be considered.

(3)No extra weightage shall be given to candidates for representation/participation in more than one Game or Sport or representing more than once in the same Game or Sport. The priority will be decided based on the highest entitlement from among the priorities admissible to a particular candidate based on his representation/participation in different Games/Sports.

(4)All the certificates submitted for consideration shall be countersigned by the Sports Authority of Andhra Pradesh.

(5)Participation in Open tournaments/Festival Sports will not be considered.

(6)Candidates seeking admission under this category should admit documentary evidence in support of their claim, as required by S.A.A.P. authorities.

(7)Participation in International Competitions shall be with the concurrence of Ministry of Human Resource Development and participation in National level competitions shall be with the concurrence of respective State Government or its authorized body.

(8)Only actual players played in the tournaments shall only be considered and all other reserved players who have not played and accompanied with the team are not eligible to claim for reservation under Sports & Games category for consideration of any certificate. At National or International level, there shall be participation from minimum 10 State/Countries respectively.

(9)The decision of the S.A.A.P. is final and for scrutiny of claims by S.A.A.P., the candidate shall submit information as called for in the formats prescribed by S.A.A.P.

(10)Candidates claiming admissions under sports and games category should get qualifying mark in Ed.CET irrespective of their community.


ANNEXURE – IV

 

Annexure to G.O.Ms.No.26     School  Education (Trg.A1 ) Department dated  3 -02-2005.

 

 

RULES OF ADMISSION INTO B.Ed Course UNDER CAP QUOTA OF SEATS

 

(Interms of G.O.Ms.No. 192 Higher Education (EC-2) Department, dated : 26.08.1993)

 

PRIORITIES UNDER CHILDREN OF ARMED PERSONNEL (CAP) QUOTA

Priority 1:   Children of Armed Forces personnel, B.S.F. pesonnel and C.R.P.F. personnel killed in action.

Priority 2:   Children of Armed Forces personnel, B.S.F. personnel and C.R.P.F. personnel disabled in action and invalidated out from services on medical grounds.

Priority 3:   Children of Armed Forces personnel, B.S.F. personnel and C.R.P.F. personnel who are in receipt of Gallantry Awards, the order of merit for consideration of the Gallantry Awards being, as given below:

(a)Armed Forces Personnel

(1).Param Vir Chakra

(2).Ashok Chakra

(3).Sarvotham Yudha Seva Medal

(4).Mahavir Chakra

(5).Kirti Chakra

(6).Utham Yudha Seva Medal

(7).Vir Chakra

(8).Shourya Chakra

(9).Yudha Seva Medal

(10).Sena / Nau Sena / Vayu Sena Medal

(11).Mention in despatches

 

  1. BSF/CRPF Personnel

(1).President's Police and Fire Services Medal for Gallantry

(2).President's Police Medal for Gallantry

(3).Police Medal for Gallantry

Priority 4:   Children of other Armed Forces Personnel, Ex-Service men, B.S.F. Personnel and C.R.P.F. personnel

Note :

(1)Children who do not come under any of the priorities (1) to (4) under this category shall

     not be eligible for consideration under this quota.

(2)If there is more than one candidate in a particular group in the order of priority indicated

     above, the selection shall be based on the rank at Ed.CET

(3)This reservation shall be available only to the Ex-Servicemen, Armed personnel etc. who

     resided for a minimum period of five years in Andhra Pradesh within the ambit of

    G.O.P.No. 646, Dated 10.07.1979 (six point formula) and G.O.MS.No. 370, dated

    18.10.1994

(4)The children of Ex-Servicemen and Servicemen residing in the State of Andhra Pradesh

     seeking admission shall, in support of their claim, submit a Residence Certificate signed

     by the Mandal Revenue Officer from where the candidate claims the residence of his

      parent

(5)Candidates seeking admission under this category should submit documentary evidence   

     in support of their claim from competent Defence /BSF/CRPF authority.

 

Candidates claiming admission under CAP category, should get qualifying mark in Ed.CET irrespective of their community.

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ANNEXURE – V

 

Annexure to G.O.Ms.No. 26    School  Education (Trg.A1 ) Department dated  3 -02-2005.

 

RULES OF ADMISSION INTO B.ED COURSE UNDER PHC QUOTA OF SEATS

(Interms of Section 39 of Persons with disabilities (Equal opportunities, full participation and protection of rights) Act, 1995, G.O.Ms.No. 109 Womens Development and Child Welfare and Labour (WH) Dept., Dt:15.06.1992 and G.O.Ms.No.110 School Education (Trg.1) Dept., Dt:06.09.2001)

 

PRIORITIES UNDER PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED CANDIDATES (PHC) QUOTA


3% of seats in each methodology and in each group i.e. OCs, BCs, SCs and STs in the cyclic order (G.O.Ms.No.110 School Education (Trg.1) Dept., Dt:06.09.2001 shall be reserved for Physically Handicapped persons as detailed below:

         

     (i) 1% for Visually Handicapped.
     (ii) 1% for Hearing Impaired.
     (iii) 1% for Orthopaedically Handicapped.

Note 1:        The above reservation shall be rotated in cyclic order as follows:-

(a).If candidates Visually Handicapped category are not available the

     vacancy can be filled up by the candidate in the category of hearing

      impaired.

 

(b).In case of the hearing impaired candidates are not available the vacancy can be filled up by the candidates in the Orthopaedically handicapped category.

 

Note 2:    In case, qualified physically handicapped candidates not available for any category among the three categories mentioned above, the unfilled vacancies shall be filled with other candidates on the basis of merit in the respective category i.e. OC/BC/SC/ST.

 

 

Note 3:    The various benefits envisaged to Handicapped persons by the Government are to be extended only to persons whose disability is 40% and above as provided in the G.O.Ms.No.109 Womens Development and Child Welfare and Labour (WH) Dept., Dt:15.06.1992

 

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