Education School Education Elementary Education appoint of primary school teacher qualification reg sign now

Sub:- Education School Education Elementary Education

Recruitment of teachers an objection Qualification prescribed

For the post of Secondary Grade Teacher B.Eds also eligible- over

Ruled the NCTE Act 73/93 [central Act]- and various Honble

Supreme Court Judgments Request for implement NCTE

Regulations 2001 Immediately Regarding.



Ref:- 1) Lr. No: 21109/ser VI/2005-5, dt: 08.12.2006 of Education (SE-

Ser-VI) Department, Government of Andhra Pradesh.

2) RC.No: 339/RC-1/2006, dt: 29.07.2006 of the Director of School

Education, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad.

3) DSC Notification issued by the Director of School Education,

Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad on 29.05.2006.

4) G.O.Ms.No:44Education(Ser-VII) Dept., dt: 16.05.2006.

5) G.O.Ms.No:96Education(Ser-II) Dept., dt: 25.07.2005.

6) G.O.Ms.No:117Education(Ser-II) Dept., dt: 15.09.2005.

7) The Gazette of India Notification No:238, dt: 04.09.2001, NCTE

(Determination of Minimum qualifications for the recruitment of

teacher in schools) regulations 2001.

8) F. No: 91-1/2006/NCTE/ to the principle Secretary, School

Education Department, Government of Andhra Pradesh.

9) No: 6/3/2006 PMP 3/1650457, dt: 10.04.2006 of the Prime

Minister Office, Addressed to Chief Secretary, Govt. of Andhra

Pradesh, Hyderabad.

10) The Judgement of Honble Supreme Court Appeal (Civil)

7119/2003 [(2005) 7SCC567].

11) The Judgement of Honble Supreme Court Appeal (Civil)

1726-28/2001 [(2003) 3SCC541].

12) The Judgement of Honble Supreme Court Appeal (Civil)

3897/2001 [(2003) 3SCC548].

13) The Judgement of Bombay High Court WP No: 4644/98.

14) The Judgement of Delhi High Court WP No: 6798/2000.

15) Lr. No: 421/E1-3/2006, dt: 06.12.2006 of The Director of

School Education, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad.

16) A.P. State Sub-Ordinate Service Rule 12.

17) Government Memo No: 32359/Ser-A/99, GAD dt: 14.06.1999.

18) G.O. MS. No: 65, G A D (Ser-D), dt: 15.02.97.

19) Proceeding RC.No: 4838/RC-1/2002-1, dt: 7-1-04 and 13-02-04

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

20) LR. No: F8(1)/Exam cell/SCERT/1152, dt: 17.11.2000.

21) National Education policy 1986, Chapter V.

22) RC.No: 127/A1/2006, dt: 02.04.2006, The District Education

Officer, West Godavari District, Eluru.

23) W.P. No: 23160/2005 order, pending at High Court of A.P. on

DSC-2003.

24) F.No: 26-11/2006 EE 10, dt: 13.06.2006 of M/o Human

Resource Development.

25) Complaint No: DARPG/E/2006/05883 of DARPG.

26) Secretariat Department Request No: SR06001709,

dt:21.04.2006.

27) The Honble APAT order on 14.02.05, OA No:8284/2003.

28) The Hobble APAT Judgement dt: 22.12.2006 published in all

News Papers on 23.12.2006.

29] Art;245{2} ,Art 14&16, Art 256 of Indian Constitution.

* * *



I, Kota Venkata Ram S/o K.B.Rama Sastri sending full details, about illegal and unconstitutional selection of B.Ed Candidates to the post of primary school teacher i.e. S.G.T. [Secondary Grade Teacher] in our state ,as per direction given by the Principle Secretary, School Education Department, Government of Andhra Pradesh Lr. No: 21109/Ser-VI/2005-5, DT: 08-12-2006 .

1) I respectfully submitted that I have passed inter in 1999. I have undergone 2 years course of Diploma in Education (D.Ed) and passed in 1st class both in theory and practical and obtained a certificate issued by the Director of Government exams, A.P., Hyderabad, in April 2003.

2) It is submitted that in November 2005 The Director of School Education, Government of Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad appointed several primary school teachers and as the candidates with B.Ed were selected, I have missed a chance to get a job as a primary school teacher. It is submitted that the selections conducted and the appointment of primary school teachers with B.Eds were made in violation of the judgements of the Hobble supreme court and also contrary to the National Council for Teachers Education(NCTE) Regulations 2001 and 2003.

3) It is submitted that the selections and appointments to the posts of School Assistants, Secondary Grade Teacher (SGT), Language pandits and Physical Education Teacher in Zilla Parishad and Mandal Parishad schools in the state are made through the District Selection Committee. The candidates are selected on the basis of written test and conducted for 100 marks (DSC).

4) In this regard it is submitted that the Director of school education issued notification for recruitment for teachers DSC 2006 on 29.05.2006 based on G.O.Ms. No: 44, DT: 16.05.2006. And prescribed qualification for the post of Secondary Grade Teacher (SGT) is as follows.

* Must possess Intermediate certificate and D.Ed(Diploma in Education) OR

Must possess a Bachelor Degree and B.Ed degree.

The qualification prescribed for the post of secondary grade teacher (SGT) to the extent that Or the candidate must possess a bachelor degree and B.Ed degree is illegal, un constitutional and clear violation of various Honble Supreme Court Judgements and National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) regulations2001, dt: 03.09.2001.

5) It is submitted that National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) formed under parliament Act [NCTE Act 1993 (73 of 1993) ] and made regulations under clause (d) (i) of sub section (2) of section 32 read with section 12(d) of NCTE Act73/93, NCTE (Determination of minimum qualifications for recruitment of teachers in schools) Regulations 2001 and published in The Gazette of India Notification No:238, dt: 04.09.2001 made the following regulations for recruitment of a person in Primary School Teacher (i) Senior secondary school certificate or Inter and (ii) Diploma in Education in basic teachers training of a duration of not less than two years (or) bachelor of elementary Education (B.El.d) is minimum qualification and note [1] said that B.Ed is not a substitute for basic teachers training programme. Hence the qualification prescribed for the post of S.G.T extent or bachelor degree and B.Ed is illegal, unconstitutional and invalid. Hence the state Government of Andhra Pradesh should be declared the B.Eds are ineligible for the post of S.G.T. for the following among other grounds.



1) It is submitted that the parliament, while exercising its legislative power under concurrent list [Art 246(1) of Indian Constitution] passed the Act 73 of 1993 [NCTE Act 1993] under this Act, NCTE made regulations 2001 and the same applicable to all formal schools established run or aided or recognized by central or state government and other authorities for imparting education at elementary, secondary stages. As per regulations D.Ed., holders alone eligible for appointment in a primary school as a teacher, B.Eds are not eligible for appoint as a S.G.T.

2) It is submitted that the state government of Andhra Pradesh issued special rules for A.P. State Education Service rules with G.O. Ms.No:96 Education Department, dt: 25.07.2005 and prescribed the qualifications for S.G.T are Intermediate and D.Ed certificate. Or must possess a bachelor degree and B.Ed.

3) It is submitted that the above qualifications prescribed for the post of S.G.T, or must possess a Bachelor Degree and B.Ed., are contrary to National Council for Teacher Education Act 73/1993 and Regulations issued there under. It is submitted that under the constitution the Act of parliament over rides and prevails over the state actor rules. Hence the qualifications prescribed for the post of S.G.T. are not as per norms of NCTE. Hence B.Eds are not eligible for the post S.G.T.

4) It is submitted that as per Indian constitution Art 245(2) No law made by parliament shall be deemed to be invalid on the ground that it would have extra-territorial operation. Hence B.Eds are not eligible for the post of S.G.T.

5) It is submitted that the National council for Teacher Education (NCTE) called for action taken report for non-implementation of NCTE rules while appointing in primary school teachers in A.P. from the secretary, School Education Department, Government of Andhra Pradesh by the name addressed to Dr. P.Krishnaiah, Prl. Secretary with F.No: 91-1/2006/NCTE/Nos, dt: 03.03.2006. The above letter conformed that the state government of Andhra Pradesh should follow the NCTE rules and the state government rule Allowing B.Eds is clear violation of NCTE rules. Hence B.Eds are not eligible for the post of S.G.T.

6) It is further submitted that the Director of school education, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad while furnishing the information for Govt. D.O. Lr. No: 19256/PS-1/A1/2006, Dt: 27.11.2006: to the secretary, S.E. Department, Govt. of A.P. with Lr.RC.No:421/E1-3/2006, dt: 06.12.2006 stated that in point (iii) Trained persons only are to be appointed as teachers in the schools under all managements as per the statutory rules under NCTE Norms. As per NCTE Regulations B.Eds are not eligible for appointment as S.G.T. Hence the state government should be declare the B.Eds are not eligible for the post of S.G.T.

7) It is submitted that according to the state subordinate service rule 12 The person to be appointed to the public service by direct recruitment shall possess the requisite qualification for the post to which he or she is appointed. As B.Ed is not a requisite qualification for the post of S.G.T, they are not eligible for the post of S.G.T.

8) According to government memo. No:32359/Ser-A/99 GAD, dt:14.06.1999 for direct recruitment while higher qualification beside the prescribed qualification is not a bar for considering the applicant however non-possession of the prescribed qualification even if a candidate possess a higher qualification is a bar and application needs to be rejected.

9) It is further submitted that as per G.O.Ms.No:117 Education (Ser-II) Department, Dt: 15.09.05 while amended G.O.Ms.No:96, dt: 25.07.2005 the following amendment made that the qualifications for Head master of primary school are must possess inter and secondary grade teacher training or D.Ed issued by the Director of Government exams A.P. I humbly Request you please implement the same G.O.

10)It is further submitted that as per G.O.Ms.No:65 General Administration (Ser-D) Department dt: 15.02.1997 and G.O.Ms.No:116 Social Welfare Department (CV-1), dt: 10.12.1999 the recruitment for reserved categories will be made as under. If in any recruitment qualified candidates belonging to SC, ST, BC are not available for appointment or any or all the vacancies reserved for them. A limited recruitment confined to candidates belonging to them shall be made immediately after general recruitment to select and appoint qualified candidates from among the persons belonging to these communities to fill such reserved vacancies. As per NCTE norms and Honble supreme court judgements B.Eds are not qualified for the post of primary school teacher, in our state also the government should appoint D.Eds as a primary school Teacher (SGT) otherwise trained ST, SC, BC candidates i.e. D.Eds shall lose their fundamental rights. Hence B.Eds are not eligible for the post of S.G.T.

11)It is submitted that the Director of School Education, A.P., Hyderabad. Constituted a committee to examine the syllabus of the B.Ed [special educationhearing impaired] with regular B.Ed with proceedings RC.No:4838/RC-1/2002-1, dt: 07.01.2004. The members of the committee observed that B.Ed(Special Education) syllabus is found to be similar with regular B.Ed. All the members felt that the course i.e. B.Ed (special education) are catering to the needs of particular group of children. However all the members felt that The Equivalency of courses can be accepted for the purpose of employment of the respective candidates in the respective schools only. Even though syllabus equals to regular B.Ed., the B.Ed (special education) are not allowed for the post of School Assistant [S.A] for the above reason. The committee report approved by DSE with RC No: 4838/RC-1/2002-1, dt: 13.02.04. At the same context the B.Ed. training is special for teaching in high school . So B.Eds are not eligible for appointment of SGT in the view of above committee report.

12)It is further submitted that Dr. B.K.Passi, Vice Chairperson, National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) wrote a letter on 29.11.1996 to Sh. A.K.Guha, Director (Primary Secondary Education) MCD intimating that the professional view is that the teaching methodology at the primary school level is qualitatively different from that of secondary level. Further intimated that There is a wrong notion that B.Ed is a higher qualification than the elementary teacher training certificate and that the B.Ed (Secondary) degree holders are not professionally prepared to teach the primary classes but the B.Ed (Elementary) is suitable and appropriate for teaching at the elementary lines. The same views were expressed by the SCERT, Delhi with Lr.No:F8(1)/Exam cell/SCERT/1152, dt: 17.11.2000. It will thus seen that NCTE and SCERT both have taken a consistent stand that B.Ed., candidates are not suitable for teaching primary classes for whom ETE/JBT course are specially designed. So I great respectfully request you appoint D.Eds only as a primary school teacher.

13)In the case of Dilip Kumar Ghosh & Ors Vs Chairman & Ors Case Appeal [civil] No: 7119/2003 [(2005) 7 SCC 567], The Honble Supreme Court of India held that for primary school teachers qualification required was JBT/PTTTC and not higher qualification of B.Ed. The Supreme Court held that (i)In the case of the junior basic training and primary teachers training certificate the emphasis is on the development of the child. The primary education is up to IV th standard. But in the primary school Teacher training one has to study the psychology and development of child at a tender age. The person who is trained in B.Ed degree may not necessarily be equipped to teach a student of primary class because he is not equipped to understand the psychology of a child at that early stage. (ii) This is only peculiar to the curriculum of the junior basic training course and primary teachers training certificate course. Therefore, looking to the curriculum one can appreciate distinction between the two courses. (iii) The idea behind the framing of these rules was that JBT/TTC trained teachers should be appointed so that they can impart proper education to the child of tender age who requires an expert and tending hand.

14)In the case of appeal (Civil) 3897/2001 Yogesh Kumar & Ors Vs Government of NTC Delhi 2005[(2003)3scc548] The Honble Supreme Court of India held that In our considered opinion it has rightly come to the conclusion that B.Ed qualification, although a well recognized qualification in the field of teaching and education, a specialized training given to teachers for teaching small children at primary level can not compared with training given for awarding B.Ed., Further held that B.Ed Qualification can not be treated as a Qualification higher than TTC because the natures of training imported for grant of certificate and degree are totally different. Further held that Presently more candidates are available from B.Ed category and very few from TTC category, the supreme court can not consider B.Eds are eligible for the post of primary school teacher post. So, I great respectfully request you please appoint in SGT post with D.Ed only.

15)It is further submitted that in another case Appeal (Civil) 1726-28/2001 PM Latha Ors VS state of Kerala Ors, the Honble supreme court of India held that We find absolutely no force in the argument advanced by respondent B.Ed qualification is a higher qualification than TTC and therefore, the B.Ed candidates should be held to be eligible to compete for the post. We find sufficient logic and justification in the state prescribing qualification for post of primary teachers as only TTC and not B.Ed.

16)In another case WP No: 4644/98, Nandani Arun Kumar Kalaskar Vs state of Maharshtra, the High Court of Maharashtra held that B.Ed is not the requisite qualification for the primary teachers and the syllabus of D.Ed is better suited for imparting education in primary school where as the syllabus of the B.Ed is better suited for teaching higher secondary level. The full bench held that D.Ed, B.Ed qualifications are to operate in separate and distinct fields and therefore there is no question of considering one qualification higher than the other.

17)In the case of C.W 6798/2000 the Honble High Court of Delhi held that The subject content as well as teaching methodology is different for ETE diploma holder and B.Ed degree holder. The teaching practice for primary teachers and secondary teachers is also different duration and different levels. The two qualifications operate in different fields and at different levels. It will therefore be wrong to say that B.Ed is a higher qualification than JBT. In the same sense as B.A. is higher than intermediate because for passing B.A. one has necessarily to pass intermediate but in order to obtain B.Ed it is not necessary to pass JBT first. These two qualifications are specially meant for different levels of students and there is no question of one being higher than the other. By observing all above judgement it is clearly understood that B.Eds are not eligible for the post of primary school teacher and D.Eds alone eligible for the same.

18)It is further submitted that National Education policy of 1986 laid emphasis on child centred approach for teaching at primary level. Part V of N.E.P. 1986 deals with re-organization of education at different stages. It is pertinent to mention here that there were three tiers of education system in schools and requisite qualification for them are as follows.

1) Nursery [Pre Primary / KG / Pre P); Qualification: NIT certificate.

2) Primary classes: From 1 to V ; Qualifications: JBT / ETE or equivalent.

3)Class VI to X: Qualification ; TGT / B.Ed

The state government started D.Ed colleges (D.I.E.T) based on the N.E.P 1986 Policy recommendations and syllabus framed for 1 to 10th class and D.Ed course as per N.E.P 1986 norms. I have here a doubt that why the state government not implement the qualifications prescribed for the post of primary school teacher post as per N.E.P. 1986 norms.

19)It is submitted that the curriculum prescribed for D.Ed teachers has the following courses based on the National Education Policy [NEP], prescribing norms by NCTE and with G.O.Ms. No.502 Edn, Dt 11.11.1998. The training period is 2 years.

1)Foundation courses and other related areas

(i)Education in emerging India.

(ii)Education psychology measurement and evaluation.

(iii)Elementary Education Planning Management and Teacher Functions.

(iv)Prespectives in Pre-Primary & Primary Education.

(v)Capacity building and computer education.

a)Computer Education.

b)Health and physical Education.

c)Work experience and Art Education.

(2)PEDAGOGICAL courses in different school subjects:

(i)Method of teaching mother tongue.

(ii)Methods of Teaching English.

(iii)Methods of teaching Maths.

(iv)Methods of teaching General Science.

(v)Methods of teaching Social Studies and content from III to VII classes.

(3)School Experience Programme.

School experience programme (SEP) is organized during 1st year for 4 weeks in different intervals where the teacher trainee have exposure to all types of schools such as pre-primary primary upper primary & NFE, under the supervision of DIET faculty. During the 2nd year trainee shall be under inters hip 80 working days in different intervals of which 40 days of attachment to primary school. 15 days to a pre-primary, 15 days to UPS and rest of the day alternative schools. During this period the teacher trainee, shall work intensively with all the schools activities related to child development.

Whereas the curriculum prescribed for B.Ed course as follows:

1)Foundation of Education

2)Education Psychology.

3)Education Technology.

4)Computer Education.

5)School Management .

6)Personality Development.

7)Methods of teaching 2 subject only.

There is no school exposure programme. There is only provision for teaching practice cum intership will be of 30 days duration in High school only.

It will thus be seen that whereas the ETE/D.Ed/JBT curriculum is framed in such a way that one single teacher is able to teach all the subjects to a particular class of students in B.Ed curriculum the emphasis on the specialization in two subjects. The D.Ed course is designed specially keeping the children of class I to V in mind which is not the case with B.Ed curriculum. A primary teacher has to undergo teacher training in primary classes that is class I to V where as a B.Ed degree holder is required to have teaching experience of secondary classes i.e. from VI to X. In the curriculum frame work for quality teacher education framed by NCTE, an autonomous body, it has been clearly mentioned in clause 2.7 that the curriculum for primary teacher has been formulated specially to enable the teachers to teach primary classes i.e. I to V. 2.9, which deals with teacher education for secondary stage.

The subject content as well as teaching methodology is different for primary teacher and secondary teacher. The teaching practice for primary teacher and secondary teacher is also different duration and different levels. The two qualifications operate in different fields and at different levels. It will, therefore we wrong to say that B.Eds are eligible for the post of S.G.T.

The question of the eligibility / suitability of candidates for appointed as primary teacher is not to be answered on the basis of educational or academic achievements A renowned agro scientist need not necessarily be a good gardener. The suitability of the candidate for a particular job must depend on his education training and experience with reference to that specific job. There must be a reasonable nexus between the qualification prescribed for a particular post and the object to be achieved.

So I great respect fully requested to state government of AP issue a suitable order in this matter consider.

22) I have send my request to the central government of India represented by the prime minister of India letter dt: 18.02.2006. The same appeal transferred to the chief secretary office, state government of AP with diary No: 1650457, dt: 15.02.06 for action as appropriate. But there is no response even to day also.

23) It is further submitted that I have submit my appeal to department of administrative reforms and public grievance (DARPG) with registration No:DARPG/E/2006/05883. The same transferred to government of AP on 05.06.2006. But there is no response.

24) It is further submitted that I have field my objection at aponline.gov.in, secretariat department request with Regd. No: SR06001709, dt:21.04.2006. Request status is Open. But there is no response from the chief secretary office govt. of AP.

25) It is further submitted that the Honble APAT held that on 22.12.2006. The B.Eds are not eligible for appointment in primary school teacher D.Eds alone eligible for the post of SGT. I request you please implement the same.

26) It is further submitted that the ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) informed me that the NCTE take up the matter and further informed me that the NCTE wrote a letter to the principle secretary to Government of A.P ,.School Education department call for Action Taken Report on non implement of NCTE regulations 2001 with letter No: F.No:91-1/2006/NCTE/N&S, dt.03.03.2006. But it is observed that the state government of A P not took any action in this matter.

27) It is submitted that the state government of AP followed the NCTE regulation while conducting admissions in B.Ed and D.Ed courses G.O.Ms.No: 44 Edn. Dept., dt: 16.05.2006 stated that The certificate issued by an institution shall not be taken in to consideration it the said institution does not have recognition of NCTE. The government implemented NCTE regulations while admissions But why not implemented in recruitment.?

28) It is further submitted that some candidates went to APAT in the same matter on DSC-2003 recruitment (OA.NO: 8284/2003). The Honble APAT issued stay order on recruitment. It is further informed that some candidates went to Honble High court of AP and field a writ petition. [W.P .No:23160/2005.] They prayed the Hobble High Court under section 151 of CPC the high court may be pleased to direct the respondent i.e. the government of AP rep. By its secretary to government, S.E. department secretariat Hyderabad , to appoint passing TTC [D.Ed] qualifications alone. The Honble high court pleased to pass an order that Any appointment will be subject to the out come of the writ petition. It is observed that the Honble High Court also recognizes the genuineness of my appeal. It is informed that the high court of A.P. passed the order in November 2005, the WP No: 23160/2005, in pending, the principle secretary S.E. Education Department issued G.O.Ms.No:39, Edn Dept, dt: 09.05.2006 for giving permission to release DSC 2006. It is clear violation of constitution of India .

29) It is further submitted that the District Education Officer (DEO) West Godavari , Eluru stated that The Selection and Counseling made as per G.O.Ms.No:96-Edn, dt:25.07.2006. Even though the candidates acquired qualification whether they had D.Ed or B.Ed or equivalent as directed in the G.O. and with the instructions of the Director of School Education AP, Hyderabad and further reported that There are no such amendment orders so far communicated by the principal secretary to Govt. Education Department, A.P. or the Director of School Education. On respond my appeal why the state government not implement NCTE Regulations.

30) It is observed that the state government of AP not take any step to implement NCTE regulations 2001 even though Education is in concurrent list No:25. The secretary to government Education department has failed to bring the Regulations to government of AP consideration and implement the same.

31) By allowing the B.Eds in the recruitment of primary schools teacher (SGT) the state govt. of AP over ruled NCTE regulations 2001,[ NCTE formed under parliament Act 73/93 as Education is in concurrent list No:25]. Also over ruled the various Honble supreme court judgements, AP High Court order, NEP-1986 norms, various committee reports, government orders [G.O.117 dt: 16.09.2005] and constitution of India Art: 245(3). The state government of A.P. implemented the NCTE norms in admissions and genuineness of institution which conduct B.Ed & D.Ed course, while framing D.Ed course and curriculum, but not implement in recruitment of teacher so there for we have loss our fundamental rights Art 14 of Indian constitution.

32) It is further submitted that it is not correct to appoint B.Eds as a primary school teachers even though the state government has well. Knowledge about NCTE regulations 2001. supreme court judgements, NEP 1986 norm various committee reports, G.O.S., High Court order in WP No:236160/2005, APAT order and judgement. And Concurrent list.















5) Hence it is prayed that in the interest of justice the state government of Andhra Pradesh may be pleased to direct the Principle Secretary, School Education department, Government of AP, Hyderabad to consider only the candidates with inter and D.Ed and direct not to entertain to appoint B.Eds as a S.G.T. And also direct to implement NCTE regulations 2001and Honble APAT judgement dt: 22.12.2006 in the recruitment of teacher i.e. DSC-2006.



Thanking you Sir,



Yours obediently,

Bondada,

Dt: 01-01-2007 .. (K.VENKATA RAM)

[email protected]

Copy submitted to:

1) The Prime Minister of India , South Block, New Delhi 110 011.

2) The Secretary, M/o, Human Resource Development EE & L (EE-10), Shastri Bhavan, New Delhi .

3) The Member Secretary, NCTE, Wing-II, Hans Bhavan, 1, Bahadur Shah, Zafer Marge, New Delhi 110 002.

To take action as appropriate and for giving suitable direction to the state government of Andhra Pradesh under Art 256 of Indian constitution.

Copy to:

4) The Principal Secretary, Law Department, Govt. of Andhra Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh Secretariat, Hyderabad.

5) The Principal Secretary, S.E. Education, Govt. of Andhra Pradesh, A.P. Secretariat, Hyderabad .

6) The Director of School Education, beside Telephone Bhawan, Saifabad, Hyderabad .

To action as appropriate.

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