Manabadi TSICET 2018 Exam Results,Rank Card Counselling Dates

Manabadi TSICET 2018 Rank Card Counselling Dates

TS ICET 2018 Exam Results : Kakatiya University, Warangal has released TS ICET 2018 Results on its Official Website icet.tsche.ac.in. Students can get Telangana State ICET 2018 Results along with Marks List name wise below.

Telangana TS ICET 2018 Exam Results Details

Name of The University/ Organization              Kakatiya University, Warangal
Exam Conducted by                                                TSCHE
Name of The Exam                                                  TS ICET 2018 Exam
Exam Date/Dates                                                     23rd and 24th May, 2018                                                                                                  (Wednesday &Thursday)
Results Date                                                              10/06/2018
Results                                                                       Availability Soon
Official Website                                                       icet.tsche.ac.in

Manabadi TS ICET 2018 Results | Check Telangana ICET-2018 Roll Number wise Result | Check @ icet.tsche.ac.in

TS ICET 2018 Results 2018 are available on this page. Candidates who are pursuing in Kakatiya University, Warangal and affiliated Colleges under can check their result through its official Website at icet.tsche.ac.in by Providing Registration number/ hall ticket number and Date of Birth.

How to Check TS ICET 2018 Exam Results 2018

Step 1: Visit the official website : icet.tsche.ac.in.
Step 2: Click on the Results tab and select TS ICET 2018 Results.
Step 3: Under the ” Telangana ICET-2018″, click on Results (Declared on                                                            06/06/2018)
Step 4: Enter your examination Roll Number and Other details like Date of Birth, Captcha if required. Then click on Submit
Step 5: Download your result and take a print out for further reference.

Telangana DEECET 2018 Results will declare today at any time

TS DEECET 2018 Results – Download Telangana DIETCET (TTC) Ranks, Medium wise

TS DEECET 2018 Results released today: Telangana Government issued TS DEECET Results 2018 for Telangana DIETCET (TTC) D.ED Entrance Exam will be available on its Official Website @ deecet.cdse.telangana.gov.in.

The Results for the Telangana Teacher DEECET/DIET CET (TTC) 2018 will be released today at deecet.cdse.telangana.gov.in.

As per the schedule, the exams were held on June 2018.

All Candidates who wrote TS DEECET exams can check their result immediately after they release.

As per official Website, the results will be declared today at any time.

TS DEECET – 2018 Selected list will be available Merit list can be Downloaded as medium wise.

English, Telugu, Urdu Medium results released on official Website @ deecet.cdse.telangana.gov.in

Telangana DEECET TM/EM/UM Results 2018 Download Rank Cards @ tsdeecet.cgg.gov.in

Commissioner of School Education, Government of Telangana has released results of TS DEECET 2018 Examination.

TS DEECET 2018 Results will be released today

Telangana District Institute of Education & Training Common Entrance Test (TS DEECET-2018), is also known as TS DIETCET.

This examination is annually being organized by the TS School Education Department is to offer admission in 2 years Diploma in elementary education (D.El.Ed)in Private and Government District Institutes of Educational Training in Telangana.

candidates can download TS DEECET hall ticket 2018 from the TS DEECET Official website, deecet.cdse.telangana.gov.in.

How to Download TS DEECET 2018 Results released today

    • Go to the official website deecet.cdse.telangana.gov.in or tsdeecet.cgg.gov.in
    • On the homepage, click on download results
    • Enter your registration number and other details
    • Download result and take a print out

Telangana Law Common Entrance Test Results 2018, rank cards are declared

TS LAWCET or PGLCET 2018 Results – Download Rank cards, Final Key

TS LAWCET or PGLCET 2018: Telangana Law Common Entrance Test Results 2018, rank cards are declared on the official web link-www.tsche.ac.in.

Students check their results of TS LAWCET/PGLCET results 2018 from the web portal.

Osmania University conducted the TS LAWCET/PGLCET Examinations 2018 on behalf of TSCHE.

TS LAWCET/PGLCET exams were conducted in various exam centres across Telangana.

Huge number of applicants take part of these examinations every year, the TS LAWCET/PGLCET offers admissions into 3 & 5 years courses of L.L.B & L.L.M.

Candidates who have written the entrance test can check the results in the website.

The TS LAWCET/PGLCET Answer key of these two tests is available on the official websites.

TS LAWCET Results are declared on the official web portal-www.manabadi.com.

The exams were conducted in the month of May i.e.., from May 25th, 2018.

Every year, the TS LAWCET/PGLCET offers admissions for 3 & 5 years courses of L.L.B & L.L.M programmes in the universities and affiliated colleges.

Osmania University conducted the TS LAWCET/PGLCET 2018 under TSCHE. Candidates can check the results of TS LAWCET from the website.

The students who are attended for the LAWCET/PGLCET Examinations can check the results now.

The results are declared in online mode only.

Candidates check the results in Eenadu, Sakshi.

After checking the results candidates are advised to download the TS LAWCET/PGLCET Result cards/Rank Cards, because rank card is a mandatory document to appear for the counselling process.

Organized by                     Osmania University
Exam name                        Telangana LAWCET/PGLCET Examination 2018
Exam date                          May 25th, 2018
Answer key Released       (May 28)
Results Declared               soon
Counselling dates             In the month of November
courses                                L.L.B & L.L.M
Website                               www.tsche.ac.in

Details in TS LAWCET or PGLCET 2018 Manabadi Rank Cards

  1. Student name
  2. Hall ticket number
  3. Father name
  4. Mother name
  5. Rank number
  6. Qualifying status
  7. Signature
  8. Pass size photo

TS LAWCET or PGLCET 2018 Qualification marks

For LAWCET/PGLCET the qualifying marks for the entrance test is 25% and there will be no qualifying marks for SC/ST candidates for ranking.
TS LAWCET/PGLCET Counselling Dates.

Law candidates based on the rank list of TS LAWCET/PGLCET 2018 will be allowed to the Counseling process.

The TS LAWCET/PGLCET counseling dates 2018 will be announced by the Osmania University.

Candidates should visit the website regularly.

The counselling starts in November, 2018.

How to check the results of TS LAWCET or PGLCET 2018

  • Visit official website-www.tsche.ac.in/manabadi.com
  • Click on TSLAWCET/PGLCET results 2018
  • Enter hall ticket number, email id, date of birth
  • Click on submit button
  • Your result is displayed on the screen
  • Take a copy for the future reference

Telangana TS E Vahan Bima online application form Download

Telangana TS E Vahan Bima online application, TS E Vahan Bima, Telangana E Vahan Bima, TS EVahan Bima, E insurance policy, Electronic Vehicle Insurance policy 2016 Electronic Motor Insurance policy scheme introduced in Telangana State on 02.01.2016. Telangana state became the first State in the country where E Vahan Bima electronic motor insurance policies were legally accepted by police and transport departments.

Telangana TS E Vahan Bima online application

Electronic Motor Insurance policies (e-Vahan Bima): Driving a motor vehicle without insurance in a public place is a punishable offence under Motor Vehicle Act 1988 and Third Party Insurance is a statutory requirement. Motor insurance gives protection to the vehicle owner against damage to his/her vehicle and pays for legal liability in case of any injury or damage to any Third party life or property caused by the use of vehicle in a public place.

Issuance of electronic Motor policies can be seen in the light of compliance with the law, cost efficiency, faster delivery of insurance policies and arresting fraud.

As a part of digital initiative, all the motor insurance policies, especially in the State of Telangana will be issued in electronic form with a quick response (QR) code for ease of the citizens as well as for verification by the enforcement agencies.

TS E Vahan Bima is a digitally signed insurance contract issued in an electronic form by an Insurer either directly to the policyholder or through the platform of registered Insurance repository. E Vahan Bima was introduced and implemented with effective from 02.01.2016 in Telangana State.

The E Vahan Bima policy will be issued in digital form with Quick Response (QR) code to scan for verification of policy details. An SMS based verification was also installed. There is no extra cost involved for TS E Vahan Bima/ electronic motor insurance policy.

“The launch of e-Vahan Bima and digital acceptance will help the poor accident victims in the state and also ensure better compliance,’’ KTR added.

So, now the registration certificates of vehicles and driving licenses will be verified electronically in the future. The initiative was a joint effort by the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDA) of India, Department of Information Technology and the police and transport departments of the state.

For more details to Download  TS Evahan Bima Manual

Nampally Exhibition Timings 2016 – Hyderabad, Telangana

Nampally Exhibition Timings 2016: The Most popular 76th  Numaish, other name for Exhibition is the annual industrial Exhibition held in Hyderabad, Telangana State started.

Numaish remained same from many years that is organized for a 46 days period at its permanent venue in Nampally, popularly people now call it as Nampally Exhibition.

Nampally Exhibition Timings 2016

 

Nampally Exhibition 2016 Nampally Exhibition 2016 Starts from January 1st to February 15th. During the 46 days

The Nampally Exhibition Chairman Eatala Rajender said in press conference that around 2,500 stalls are placed representing different States across India.

Stalls have been allocated to the exhibitors. He also said the Free WI-Fi facility will be provided to all the visitors.

Numaish 2016 will be held from 1st January to February 15th with 3.00 PM to 10.30 PM as timings.

Nampally Exhibition 2016 Entry Fee
Entry Fee:
Adult: Rs.20/-
Child: No Entry Fee (below 5 yrs)
Car Parking Fee inside exhibition grounds
Four Wheeler: Free
Two Wheeler: Free
Car Parking Fee at other places
Four Wheeler: Rs.50/-
Two Wheeler: Rs.20/-
Parking also available in premises of Government Junior College, Nampally (opposite Gandhi Bhavan)

Telangana folk art forms & special programmes to be held on Sankranthi (January 15) and Republic Day (January 26

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Nampally Exhibition 2016 – Hyderabad

The Nampally Exhibition 2016 Starts from January 1st to February 15th. During the 46 days of the exhibition between 20 and 23 lakhs visitors throng the 2,500 stalls for direct purchases, entertainment and education.

Nampally Exhibition 2016

The Exhibition Society was established in 1938 to conduct and manage every year the All India Industrial Exhibition.Nearly 2,500 stall spaces of standard dimensions will put up with open sides and corrugated zinc sheet roof overhead. Stallholders are expected to erect the stalls at their own expense.

The organizers shall provide electricity on a pay per use basis. Common amenities such as washrooms, drinking water and campus wide security shall provided and the charges for the same are included in the stall space fees. Stallholders shall erect their stalls for inauguration on Jan 1st 2016 and keep them open on all days up to Feb 15th 2016.

The exhibition features dry fruits and handicrafts of Jammu and Kashmir to handmade garments from Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal and Madhya Pradesh, handicraft items from all over India and electronic goods of the best brands in the country. There are special stalls organized by different ladies groups, convicts and much more.

The exhibition also featured carpets of Iran and some stalls from Pakistan till 2011. But due to diplomatic reasons they will not be available from 2012. The Hyderabadi haleem is sold by Hyderabadi restaurant Pista House at the exhibition.

Nampally Exhibition 2016 Entry points

There are three entry points: Gate No. 1 (Gandhi Bhavan Gate), Gate No. 2 (Ajanta Gate), Gate No.3 (Goshamahal Gate). The Ajanta Gate is the main entrance and the biggest.

Hyderabad Nampally Exhibition 2016 Timings

Daily timings are 3:00 pm to 10:30 pm.

Entry Fee Rs. 20 per head Free for Children’s below 5 years

Address : Exhibition Grounds,
Mukarram Jahi Road, Nampally,
Hyderabad, Telangana State – 500001
Phone: (040) 24603015, 24603553, 2460 8589

Numaish, Nampally Exhibition app

Numaish Hyderabad (part of the All India Industrial Exhibition) was started in the year 1938 by a group of graduates of the Osmania university to showcase local products, during the reign of Last Nizam of Hyderabad Mir Osman Ali Khan.

The exhibition has now completed 76 years and celebrating their platinum jubilee this year of 2016.

Click here to Download Nampally Exhibition app

HMDA LRS Online Application 2015 & Guidelines

HMDA LRS Online Application 2015 & Guidelines: The Government of Telangana announced land, building regularisation scheme for Greater Hyderabad, Telangana State. Under GHMC limits In a major relief to land and building owners, Government has today announced a LRS scheme 2015 that enables people to regularise their land and buildings.

HMDA LRS Online Application 2015

Government of Telangana with a view to promoting planned development of urban areas in the State are encouraging development through approved layouts and development of integrated townships through both public and private initiative

The Telangana Government has issued GOs 151 and 152 for this purpose on 2nd November 2015.

GHMC LRS Scheme GO 151 & 152 NOTIFICATION

In exercise of powers conferred in Section 58 of the Telangana Urban Areas (Development) Act, 1975, Section 585 of the GHMC Act, 1955, Section 44 (2) (v) of the Town Planning Act, 1920; Section 326 (1) of the Telangana Municipalities Act, 1965 and Section 56(1) of HMDA Act 2008, the Government of Telangana hereby makes the following rules namely

Click here for GO Notification

1 (a) These Rules may be called “ Telangana Regularization of unapproved and illegal layout Rules, 2015 “

(b) It shall be deemed to have come in to force with effect from 28.10.2015.

2. Applicability:

(a) These Rules shall be applicable to Hyderabad Metropolitan Development

Authority, Kakatiya Urban Development Authority and Basara Urban Development Authority, Municipal Corporations, Municipalities and Gram
Panchayats falling in the Master Plan limits in the State of Telangana.

(b) These Rules and conditions herein shall be applicable to all existing unapproved sub-division of plots, existing unapproved layouts or ventures promoted by land owners/ private developers/ firms/ companies/ property developers /Societies where the plots have been sold by registered sale deed on or before 28.10.2015.

(c) These Rules are only intended for regulating the unplanned development and shall be applicable to all unapproved layout areas which have clearance from the competent authorities under the Urban Land Ceiling and Regulation Act 1976, AP Land Reforms (Ceiling on Agricultural Holdings) Act, 1973 wherever required and which have not been entered in the Prohibitory Register of lands maintained by the Revenue

Department. The Regularisation measure would not absolve the plots or layout from the application of Land ceiling Laws, land disputes or claims over title, boundary disputes, etc. In respect of assigned lands, prior clearance from the District Collector shall be obtained.

(d) In the event of only some plot holders coming forward for regularization in an unapproved layout, the layout pattern as approved by the competent authority shall be applicable to the entire layout area. The local authority shall be responsible for enforcing such approved layout pattern.

3. Definitions:

(a) unapproved/Illegal layout” means sub-division of land into plots with or without developed roads, open spaces and amenities and without the approval of the competent authority.

(b) “Competent Authority” means

(i) Metropolitan Commissioner in case of areas (expect GHMC area) falling within HMDA limits.

(ii) Commissioner, Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation in case of areas falling in GHMC limits.

(iii) the Vice Chairman of the Urban Development Authority in case of areas falling in UDA limits;

(iv) The Commissioner of Municipal Corporation in case of areas falling in Municipal Corporations and not covered by Urban Development Authorities;

(v) Municipal Commissioner in case of Municipalities and Nagar

Panchayats not falling within the jurisdiction of Urban Development
Authorities.

(vi) The Gram Panchayats in respect of Gram Panchayat areas covered by Master Plan and falling outside Municipal limits and UDA areas .

(c) “Minimum standards of layout development” means the standards of facilities and amenities as prescribed by the Competent Authority in approving such unapproved layouts

(i) “Minimum standards of layout norms” means the standards of layout norms and pattern as prescribed by the competent authority in approving such unapproved layouts

(ii) “Plot holder” means a person on whose name the plot is registered with a registered sale deed executed on or before
28.10.2015.

Terms and expressions which are not defined in these Rules shall have the same meaning as in the respective Rules / Regulations / Bye-laws of the respective local authorities and as defined in the National Building Code or relevant Acts as the case may be, unless the context otherwise requires.

4. Cut-off date for considering regularization of unapproved layouts:

Only those unapproved layouts and sub-division of plots with registered sale deed / title deed existing as on 28.10.2015, shall be considered for regularization

under these rules. As proof and evidence, the plot holder/Land owner/

Association/ Society/Colony developer is required to furnish copies of the sale deed/title deed. Agreement of sale or General Power of Attorney shall not be considered as evidence.

5. RESTRICTIONS ON APPROVAL IN VICINITY OF CERTAIN AREAS:

(a) No layout/development activity shall be allowed in the bed of water bodies like river, or nala, and in the Full Tank Level (FTL) of any lake, pond, cheruvu or kunta and in shikam lands.

(b) The above water bodies and courses shall be maintained as recreational/Green buffer zone, and no layout development activity other than recreational use shall be carried out within:

(i) 30 m from the boundary of river course/ Lakes of area of 10 Ha and above;

(ii) 9 m from the boundary of lakes of area less than 10 Ha/ kuntas/shikam lands;

(iii) 9 m from the boundaries of Canal, Vagu, etc.

(iv) 2 m from the defined boundary of Nala

(c) Unless and otherwise stated, the area and the Full Tank Level (FTL) of a lake/kunta shall be reckoned as per the Master Plan/Revenue Records/Irrigation records.

(d) Unless and otherwise specified in the Master Plan/Zonal Development

Plan,

(i) In case of (b) (i) above, in addition to development of recreational/green belt along the foreshores, a ring road or promenade of minimum 12m width may be developed, wherever feasible.

(ii) The above greenery/landscaping and development shall conform to the guidelines and provisions of the National Building Code of India, 2005.

(e) For layout development activity within the restricted zone near the airport

or within 500 m distance from the boundary of Defense areas/ Military
establishments, necessary clearance from the concerned Airport
Authority/ Defense Authority shall be obtained.

(f) In case of sites in the vicinity of oil/gas pipelines, clear distance and other stipulations of the respective authority shall be complied with.

(g) For areas covered under G.O.Ms.No.111 M.A & U.D Dept., dated 8-3-1996 (protection of Catchment area of Osmansagar and Himayatsagar lakes), apart from the provisions of statutory Master Plan of HMDA/ HADA, the restrictions on layout and development activity imposed in the said Government orders would be applicable.

(h) No approval shall be considered in sites which are earmarked for Industrial Use Zone/Recreational Use Zone/Water Body/Open space use in notified Master Plans/Zonal Development Plans.

(i) Open Spaces earmarked in any approved layout shall not be considered for regularization under these Rules.

6. Compulsory Application for Regularization

It shall be compulsory for all plot owners in unapproved layouts to file an application in the prescribed format for regularization of the plot/layout before the

Competent Authority to apply for regulation for plots having registered sale deed executed on or before 28.10.2015 within 60 days from the date of notification of these Rules duly enclosing the following documents:

(a) Copy of registered sale deed/title deed executed on or before 28.10.2015 duly attested by a Gazetted officer.

(b) Location Plan

(c) Detailed Layout Plan drawn to scale showing plotted area, open area, area under roads and the plot/ plots applied for regulation.

(d) (i) Urban land Ceiling Clearance Certificate in case the site is covered by 10(6) of ULC Act or

(ii) ULC Regularization order from Government issued under

G.O.Ms.No.455 and 456 Revenue dt. 29-7-2002 if any.,

(e) Indemnity Bond in the format prescribed

(f) NOC from Defense Authority/Airport Authority of India (wherever applicable)

(g) Any other document as required by the Competent Authority.

Application for regularization of unapproved layout and subdivision of plots can also be made by a society/association/colony developer representing the plot owners in unapproved layout. In such cases the said association/colony developer representing the plot owners in unapproved layout, shall be wholly and severally responsible for undertaking the deficiencies in such unapproved layouts, undertaking to comply with the conditions and pay the requisite fees and charges as prescribed in these rules to the competent authority. The society/association/colony developer representing the plot owners in unapproved layout shall select any of the three members among themselves called “Resource persons” who would be responsible for all dealings on behalf of the society/association/colony developer representing the plot owners in an unapproved layout.

7. In cases where an application is received in a site that is contrary to the land use stipulated in the statutory plan, the competent authority shall have the power of approving the case except those specified in rule 5 above by levying the necessary conversion charges.

8. Payment of Regularization charges / Pro-rata open space charges

(a) The applicant shall pay the fees and charges as detailed below:

(i) Basic regularization charges which are inclusive of betterment charges, development charges and layout scrutiny charges, penalty and other charges, at the following rates

TABLE – I

BASIC REGULARISATION CHARGES Basic Regularization Plot Area in Sq. mt Charges Rs per Sq. mt

Less than 100 200
101 to 300 400
301 to 500 600
Above 500 750
Slums 5
(irrespective of plot area and land value)

The actual regularization charges will be the percentage of basic regularization charges and shall be calculated based on the land value prevailing as on 28.10.2015 as given below.

TABLE – II

REGULARISATION CHARGES WITH REFERENCE TO THE LAND VALUE

Market value of the land as on Regularization Charges
28.10.2015 (Sub Register value)
(% of basic regularization charges )
in Rs per Square Yard
Below 3000 20%
3001 to 5000 30%
5001 to 10000 40%
10,001 to 20,000 50%
20,001 to 30,000 60%
30,001 to 50,000 80%
Above 50,000 100%

  • Pro-rata open space charges: If 10% open space is not available in the un-approved layout pro-rata open space charges @ 14% of the plot value prevailing as on the date of registration of such plot shall be paid.
  • Conversion charges as prescribed in rule 7 of the Rules.
  • The above charges may be remitted in full at the time of submission of application form or 10% of the penal amount or minimum Rs.10,000/- shall be paid along with the application form and balance amount shall be paid within 6 months from the date of submission of application.
  1. Scrutiny and approval by the Competent Authority:

 After receipt of an application for regularization of layout with necessary documents and plans, the Competent Authority in respect of areas falling in the limits of Urban Development Authority shall scrutinize application as per these Rules, carry out necessary inspections and in case the application is found in accordance with these Rules and after the owner hands over the open spaces if any to the concerned Municipality/Municipal

Corporation/local body, the Competent Authority communicate it’s approval to the applicant as early as possible but not beyond six months from the last date of receipt of Applications fixed.

  • In case of applications which are found to be not in accordance with these

Rules, orders shall be issued rejecting such applications as early as possible but not beyond six months from the last date of receipt of Applications fixed.

  • In case of Municipalities/Municipal Corporations falling outside UDA area, or in case of Gram Panchayats covered in Master Plan limits of non-UDA areas, the Competent Authority after scrutiny with respect to Master Plan and as per these Rules and after carrying out necessary site inspection shall submit remarks to the Director of Town and Country Planning for technical approval or the official authorized by the Director of Town & Country Planning in this behalf. After receipt of technical approval, the Competent Authority shall communicate it’s approval or rejection to the applicant as early as possible but not beyond six months from the last date fixed for receipt of Applications.
  • In case of application for individual plot which is not affected by any Change of Land Use or Master Plan roads, such cases may be processed and disposed at the level of Competent Authority only.
  • The Competent Authority may engage the services of licensed technical personnel, namely architects and graduate engineers, for scrutiny of the applications and for field inspections. Mere receipt of application or any delay in communication of final orders in the matter will not imply the approval of the application.
  1. Norms to be insisted for regularization of unapproved layouts:

 The Competent authority shall ensure the following minimum norms of layout for such layouts:

  • The road width shall be minimum 9 m. In case of weaker section layouts or plots less than 100 sq m, the road width may be 6 m. In case required road width is not available required depth for widening equal on both sides shall be insisted.
  • Shall ensure overall connectivity and integration with surrounding infrastructure and road pattern.
  • Where an unapproved layout site is affected in the Statutory Master Plan road network, the competent authority shall retain the alignment in the said layout and if not feasible, he is authorized to suitably modify the alignment within the layout site but in no case the alignment is to be dropped.
  • The layout pattern as far as possible shall be retained ipso facto and only in exceptional cases like need for connectivity, integration with surrounding network, etc. modifications may be considered by the Competent Authority.
  • Private water bodies if any shall be preserved in the layout. Such water bodies may be considered as part of open spaces as required under (b) above, subject to taking up protection and improvement of foreshores of such water bodies.
  1. Minimum Standards of layout facilities and development to be undertaken:

 All roads to be developed and black–topped

  • Drainage works including rain water harvesting facilities
  • Water supply and sewerage facilities
  • Street Lighting
  • Fencing of open spaces
  1. Individual plot regularization:

 Where an individual comes forward for regularization of a single plot, the

 Competent Authority shall consider the same subject to the condition in rule 2 (d) and rules 5 to 8 regarding payment of regularization charges and open space charge payable on pro- rata basis.

 Failure to come forward for regularization of unapproved layouts/plots:

 Where an application is not filed for regularization of unapproved layout/plot, the following consequences have to be faced by the plot owners:

  • Such unapproved layouts/plots would be treated as continuing offence and exemplary penalty as per law would be levied.
  • No regular water supply connections and services like drainage and sewerage would be extended.
  • Such unapproved layouts shall be recorded in the Prohibitory Register of the Registration Department and no sale /disposal or transactions shall be allowed in such sites.
  • No building approvals shall be considered by the building sanctioning authority in such unapproved layouts/plots
  • Other enforcement action including demolition of the building if any on such plot/plots shall be initiated.
  1. Amount levied to be kept in separate account:

The amount collected by the Competent Authority under these Rules shall be kept and maintained under the control of the Competent Authority in a separate escrow account and utilized only for improvement of amenities in the area.

The Competent Authority shall review the development works undertaken by the UDA/ local authority relating to such unapproved layouts on a quarterly basis and shall have the power to issue necessary instructions and directions in this regard.

  1. Appeal:
  • Any applicant aggrieved by an order passed by the Competent Authority under rule 9, may prefer an appeal to the Appellate Committee constituted by the Government within thirty days from the date of receipt of the order provided the applicant has paid the necessary charges and submitted documents as specified in rule 6 of these rules.
  • All the appeals shall be disposed off within six months.
  1. 16. The Government may issue guidelines to operationalise these rules as deemed
  1. All existing Rules, Regulations, Bye laws and orders that are in conflict or inconsistent with these Rules shall stand modified to the extent of the provisions of these rules.

How to Apply HMDA LRS Online Application 2015

Click here to Apply HMDA LRS Online Application 2015

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Mission Kakatiya Project Telangana State

Mission Kakatiya with tagline (Mana Ooru Mana Cheruvu) is a program of restoring all the tanks and lakes in Telangana State. CM K Chandrashekar Rao inaugurated Mission Kakatiya on 12th March 2015

Mission Kakatiya Project a flagship programme of the government aimed at restoring 46,300 tanks in five years spending Rs 20,000 crore. Works of about 8,000 tanks, costing Rs 3,000 crore, is under way and would be completed before the onset of monsoon.

The initiative will improve the ground water table, reduce the power consumption by farm sector, get higher yields, spur the growth of livestock and rejuvenate rural economy on the whole.

Mission Kakatiya

Importance of Tanks in the development of the new state of Telangana

Tanks have been the life line of Telangana owing to the state’s geographical positioning. The people of the state are highly dependent on the tanks which are spread across all the 10 districts. The topography and rainfall pattern in Telangana have made tank irrigation an ideal type of irrigation by storing and regulating water flow for agricultural use.

Construction of tanks in Telangana has been an age old activity since pre Satavahana era. During the Kakatiya era, the construction of tanks was carried out with utmost technical expertise. Tanks such as Ramappa, Pakhala, Laknavaram, Ghanapuram, Bayyaram which were built by Kakatiyas resemble seas and they greatly helped agriculture and overall development and prosperity of the Kakatiya kingdom.

This vision and legacy of Kakatiyas were carried forward by Qutubshahis and Asafjahis who ruled this region for centuries. Hundreds of big and small tanks were built in Telangana region during their rule. Government desires to uphold the vision of Kakatiyas which envisages revival and restoration of Minor Irrigation Sources in Telangana State.

Tank irrigation has huge bearing on generation of rural employment, poverty reduction and agricultural growth. The sheer size of command area under tank irrigation makes it a large center of agricultural production and provides a critical opportunity for commercial agriculture through market linkages.

Mission Kakatiya objective

The objective of Mission Kakatiya is to enhance the development of agriculture based income for small and marginal farmers, by accelerating the development of minor irrigation infrastructure, strengthening community based irrigation management and adopting a comprehensive programme for restoration of tanks.

District wise Mission Kakatiya Works

The tanks, to be proposed for Ist phase of implementation, are to be identified by the field level Engineers as per the guidelines issued. The survey of tanks and preparation of Estimates for calling up of tenders is under brisk progress.

Sl.No.       District Sources finalised as on 18.10.2014 No. of sources to be restored during

2014 – 15

1 Karimnagar 5939 1188
2 Adilabad 3951 790
3 Warangal 5839 1168
4 Khammam 4517 903
5 Nizamabad 3251 650
6 Medak 7941 1588
7 Ranga Reddy 2851 570
8 Mahaboobnagar 7480 1496
9 Nalgonda 4762 952
Total 46531 9306

For More Information on Mission Kakatiya visit Official website

KCR Launched Grama Jyothi Scheme in Telangana

To empower gram panchayats, the Telangana Chief Minister Mr. K. Chandrasekhar Rao launched Grama Jyothi Scheme at Gangadevipally, a village in Warangal district on August 17th 2015. The purpose of the Grama Jyothi Scheme is to strengthen villages in areas wise.

water and sanitation, health and nutrition, education, social security and poverty eradication, natural resources management, agriculture and infrastructure. It will ensure inclusive and holistic development of villages through people’s participation in planning and collective decision-making. Each village will be allocated Rs.2 crore to Rs.6 crore depending on their population.

Grama Jyothi Scheme

Speaking on the occasion, Rao stressed on making collective efforts for the development of villages and announced an amount of Rs 10 crore for the hamlet and urged its representatives to take up drip irrigation for better cultivation of crops.

Several state ministers participated in the functions related to ‘Grama Jyothi’ at different places. Panchayat Raj and IT Minister K T Rama Rao, son of the Chief Minister, took part in ‘Grama Jyothi’ at Aziz Nagar in Ranga Reddy district.

Interacting with villagers, the minister sought their views to resolve the local problems.

“With ‘Grama Jyothi’, the rural people will decide priorities of their developmental needs and government will act accordingly. We understand that every village has its own set of problems and priorities and needs, which demands separate planning.”

“We want the Aziznagar village development plans to be written in the Aziznagar Grama Sabha and not in Assembly or Secretariat,” Rama Rao maintained.

“This is the sole theme of ‘Grama Jyothi’,” an official release here quoted the minister as saying.

According to the minister, the flagship scheme will be a “game-changer” towards inclusive and holistic development of hitherto backward villages.

The government will incentivise villages that achieve 100 per cent targets in the areas of sanitation, immunisation, nutrition, literacy and green cover, Rama Rao said.

The IT Minister appreciated the gram panchayat for achieving 100 per cent tax collection and assured all possible help from government to the villages.

He claimed that all villages in Telangana will have proper road connectivity in the next four years.

CM KCR Excellent Speech at Grama Jyothi Scheme

Chief Minister KCR Speaks about implementation of Grama Jyothi scheme in Telangana state in order to develop all villages.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sCnz7oOqm9c

TS AP ePASS – Post Matric Scholarships for Students 2015 – 16

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TS AP ePASS – Post Matric Scholarships for Students 2015-16

Postmatric Scholarships For Fresh and Renewal Registrations (2015-16) will be Closed on 15-11-2015

Post Matric Scholarships: ePASS means Electronic Payment and Application system of Scholarships. These are post matric scholarships which are granted to students by welfare departments of the Government of Andhra Pradesh and Government of Telangana State for enabling the eligible students who have passed 10th class examination or equivalent to pursue post matric studies as intermediate, ITI, polytechnic, professional courses, graduate and post graduate courses, Phd etc.,

Scholarships Offered:
A post matric scholarships has two components namely reimbursement of tuition fee to the college and maintenance fee to the student.
RTF:  Reimbursement of Tuition Fee in full for students pursuing post matric courses approved by the University or Board. and this is sanctioned twice in a year i.e September and March of the Academic Year.
MTF: Maintenance fee means Maintenance charges or mess charges are sanctioned every month as per the rates mentioned on official website.

Eligibility:
Students who belong to the categories of SC, ST whose annual parental income is Rs.2 Lakhs or below and BC, EBC, Disabled Welfare students whose parental income is Rs.1 lakh or below. Students whose attendance is 75% at the end of each quarter.

Students are not Eligible:

  • Students belonging to the categories other than SC, ST, BC, EBC and DW(Disabled).
  • SC,ST Students whose annual parental income is more than Rs. Two Lakhs and BC,EBC,Disabled Students whose parental income is more than Rupees One lakh.
  • All Students pursuing the part time courses, online courses.
  • Students admitted under Sponsored seats, Management Quota seats.
  • Students drawing the stipend more than the scholarship amount in aggregate per annum.
  • Students of BC, EBC and DW students studying the Courses offered by open universities, distant mode, category B seats in MBBS, BDS.
  • EBC students studying Intermediate or equivalent courses

Colleges Eligible:

All Post  Matric Colleges in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana State recognized by Government of Andhra Pradesh/Competent Authority and Telangana State/Competent Authority. The list of colleges is communicated by Administrative Departments (Departments of Higher Education, Technical Education, School Education, Health Medical and Family Welfare, Employment and Training) to the Commissioner of Social Welfare.

 A sequence of related events arranged for Scholarships:
Student: Submission of application online within one month from the date of admission.
College: The Principal should issue bonafide certificate on the same day of submission of application form (hard copy) in the college.
ASWO/Field Officer:
Physical Verification: Twice in a year Within one month of re-opening of college Within one month from the last date of closing of Admissions Online recommendation within one week after verification.
Accounts Officer: Bills submission- 16th to 18th of every month.
D.T.O.: Passing of Bills and sending of cheques to Nodal Banks directly by 25th of every month.
Nodal Bank: Credit to Accounts- 1st of every month.
The Total Process should be completed within one month of submission of application.

Process of verification
The process of verification is essentially meant to check whether the particulars given in the scholarship form are correct as per the documents enclosed.  The verification is done in two steps namely college verification and Independent verification.

College Verification:  In this verification, the college principal has been mandated to verify the documents furnished by each student with the entry made in the application form.  Once the verification is completed and all entries are found correct, he would finally sign the same and send it to the department for verification by the verification officer appointed by the District Collector.

Verification by the Verification Officer:  the verification officer appointed by the District Collector will conduct physical and documentary verification and submit his report either accepting or rejecting the scholarship application.

Scrutiny by the Welfare Officer: before each and every application is taken up for sanction it is the responsibility of the welfare officer to satisfy himself of the verification by the college princpal and the verification officer and finally sanction the scholarship.

Last date for submission of Scholarship Application on Online : 31-10-2015

Appy Online and Scholarship Status:
Candidates can visit the epass website at
1. http://telanganaepass.cgg.gov.in for Telangana State and
2. http://apepass.cgg.gov.in for AP and
click on the scholarship status button given in middle of web page. Furnish your application ID and other details are required. Upon furnish the details you will get a detailed statement showing the different transactions on your application

TelanganaePass:
1) Postmatric Scholarships For Fresh Registration (2015-16)
(Fresh Registrations will be Closed on 15-11-2015)
2) Postmatric Scholarships For Renewal Registration (2015-16) 
(Renewal Registrations will be Closed on 15-11-2015)

APePass:
1) Postmatric Scholarships For Fresh Registration (2015-16)
(Fresh Registrations will be Closed on 30-10-2015)
2) Postmatric Scholarships For Renewal Registration (2015-16) 
(Renewal Registrations will be Closed on 30-10-2015)