We demand, AP and Telangana Governments to regularise Services of Temporary Lecturers working in Aided Colleges in both the Telugu States. M.YADAGIRI Advisor, A.P Aided Degree College Lecturers'Association

Saturday, May 28, 2016

Government doctors retirement age to be raised to 65: Prime Minister Modi.

Government doctors retirement age to be raised to 65: PM
Citing shortage of doctors, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday announced raising the age of retirement of government doctors to 65 years and said the Union Cabinet will give its nod to the decision this week.
In a rally to observe the second anniversary of his government, Modi said there is a need for more doctors across the country but it was not possible to fill the gap in two years of his government.
The decision will cover all government doctors whether serving under states or the central dispensation, he said.
“There is a shortage of doctors. In government hospitals, their retirement is 60 years in some states, 62 in some others. If adequate number of medical institutes were there, then we would have more doctors and would not feel the shortage. It is difficult to make doctors in two years but poor families cannot be forced to live without doctors.
“Therefore from Uttar Pradesh, I want to announce this to my countrymen that this week our government’s Cabinet will take a decision and the retirement age of our doctors, whether in states or government of India, would be made 65 years instead of 60 or 62,” he said.
It will allow doctors to serve patients and provide education for a longer period, he said, adding that his government is also working fast to have more medical colleges to have more doctors in the field.

Saturday, May 14, 2016

Grant of Paid Holiday on 16th May, 2016

Bye Election in 16/05/2016 – Grant of Paid holiday
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
(Department of Personnel & Training)
Establishment (JCA-2) Section
North Block, New Delhi 
Dated the 12th May, 2016
Subject: Bye Election to fill the clear vacancies in Lok Sabha and State Legislative Assemblies of Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh and Telangana – Grant of Paid Holiday -regarding
The undersigned is directed to say that in connection with the Bye Election to Bye Election to fill the clear vacancies in Lok Sabha and State Legislative Assemblies of Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh and Telangana – Grant of Paid Holiday – to be held on 16th May, 2016, the following guidelines, already issued by DOPT vide OM No. 12/ 14/99-JCA dated 10th October 2001, which would have to be followed for closing of the Central Government Offices including Industrial Establishments in the States of Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh and Telangana.

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Re-designation of Degree College Lecturers as, Asst.Prof.&Associate Prof. in Telangana State

                               Telangana Aided College Teachers' Association


Wednesday, March 23, 2016

CCE Proceedings for the implentation of CAS

Telangana Aided College Teachers' Association (TACTA)

Thursday, March 17, 2016

CAS Orders


Government of Telangana Department of Higher Eduucation has issued
 a Memo. to implement in CAS as per the 2006 UGC Scales of Revision 
Orders No.  14 Higher Education department dated 10th Feb 2010.

The Government has directed to the Commissioner of Collegiate 
Education Government of Telangana to implement the Government Memo.
regading the CAS.

Telangana Aided College Teachers' Association.

Friday, February 26, 2016



Government of Telangana has amended the Act 2 of 1994 which was made in the combined

State of  Andhra Pradesh. It gives relaxation of Act 2 of 1994 to regularization the  Services

of Contract Lecturers in Government Colleges and Part-time Lecturers in Aided Colleges

in the Telangana State.

Act 2 of 1994 was a technical hurdle to regularize the services any of the above category

of the Lecturers in the State

We convey thanks to our Chief Minister KCR.

Telangana Aided College Teachers Association (TACTA)

7th CPC: Soon

7th CPC: Soon, central government employees may see double pay percentage hike in salaries

New Delhi: Central government employees, who called the recommendations of the 7th pay commission 
as ‘total rubbish’ and ‘not worth the paper it was printed on’, may be in for some good news.

Empowered Committee of Secretaries, who are processing the recommendations of 7th Pay Commission (7thCPC), are likely to double the percentage of pay hike recommended by the pay commission.

According to sources, the central government employees will get a salary hike of around 30 percent
on the minimum basic pay, much more than 23.55 percent as recommended by the 7th pay commission
in November 2015.

The employees have been protesting that the hike in totality is only 14.27 percent, the lowest in 70 years,
and are mulling over to go on an indefinite strike from 11 April.

The hike in salaries is expected to be effective from January 1. 
Arguably, even the 6th CPC had recommended a 20 percent hike on the basic pay, which was revised
to 40 percent at the time of implementation in 2008.

The 7th CPC, with its recommendations, is expected to cause an annual burden of Rs 1.02 lakh crore
on the exchequer, which would last for two to three years.