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Thursday, February 16, 2012

GUIDELINES FOR ADMISSION TO KENDRIYA VIDYALAYAS ( 2012-13)

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 Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan 
18 Institutional Area, 
Shaheed Jeet Singh Marg 
New Delhi – 110016 
Tel: 26858570 
Fax No. 26514179 
Website: www.kvsangathan.nic.in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            
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F.110331-1/2011/KVSHQ(Acad)                                              

Dated : 31..01.2012

To
Deputy Commissioners
Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan
All Regional Offices

The Directors
Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan
All ZIETs

Subject: Admission Guidelines 2012-13.

Madam/Sir, 
Kindly find attached admission guidelines for the year 2012-13 for Kendriya Vidyalayas duly approved by the competent authority.

You are requested to circulate the same to all Principals under your jurisdiction for compliance.

Yours faithfully,

(P.V. Sai Ranga Rao)
Assistant Commissioner (Acad)

Encl: As above
Copy to the Joint Commissioner(Acad) for information.

Assistant Commissioner (Acad)



GUIDELINES FOR ADMISSION TO
KENDRIYA VIDYALAYAS ( 2012-13)

1. In supersession to all guidelines that have been issued governing admissions in Kendriya Vidyalayas, the following guidelines are issued to regulate admissions in the Vidyalayas with effect from the academic session 2012-13.  These guidelines are not applicable to KVs in abroad.  The separate guidelines are being issued to foreign Kendriya Vidyalayas.   

2. DEFINITIONS
Unless the context suggests otherwise, the definition of the following terms would be as below :-  
(i) CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES : An employee who draws his emoluments from the consolidated fund of India. 
(ii) TRANSFERABLE : An employee who has been transferred at least once in the preceding 7 years shall be deemed to be transferable.   
(iii) TRANSFER : An employee would be treated as transferred only if he/she has been transferred by the competent authority from one place/usrban agglomeration to another place/urban agglomeration which is at a distance of at least 20 kms.  and minimum period of stay at a place should be six months.
(iv) AUTONOMOUS BODIES / PUBLIC SECTOR UNDERTAKINGS : Organizations which are fully financed by the government or where the government share is more than 51 per cent would be deemed to be autonomous bodies/ public sector undertakings. 
3. PRIORITIES IN ADMISSION
The following priorities shall be followed in granting admissions:-      
(A) KENDRIYA VIDYALAYAS UNDER CIVIL/DEFENCE SECTOR :
1. Children of transferable and non-transferable central government employees including ex- servicemen.  This will also include children of foreign national officials, who come on deputation or transfer to India on invitation by Govt. of India. 
2. Children of transferable and non-transferable employees of  Autonomous Bodies/Public Sector Undertaking/Institute of Higher Learning of the Government of India. 
3. Children of transferable and non-transferable State Government employees. 
4. Children of transferable and non-transferable employees of Autonomous Bodies/ Public Sector Undertakings/Institute of Higher Learning of the State Governments.
5. Children from any other category including the children of foreign nationals who are located in India due to their work or for any personal reasons.  They would be considered only in case there are no Indian Nationals’ waitlisted for admission.   

Note:  Admission will be granted based on the number of transfers of the parents as per the existing procedure.  The parents of non-transferable Central Govt. Employees including ex-servicemen will be considered after exhausting all transferable employees including ex-servicemen with minimum one transfer.  The same is true in other categories.

(B) KENDRIYA VIDYALAYAS UNDER PUBLIC SECTOR UNDERTAKINGS/ INSTITUTES OF HIGHER LEARNING :
1.   Children and grand children of employees of the Public Sector Undertakings/Institutes of Higher Learning which are the sponsors of the Vidyalaya.  The children of project employees & Post Graduate students who are working long term research projects and children of regular Council of Wardens (COW) employees besides retired employees to be included in category I for the purpose of admission.  It has also been decided to include re-admission of those children of Institutes of Higher learning who had to discontinue school to accompany parents going out of station on sabbatical leave/long leave, over and above the class strength (90th BOG meeting held on 30-08-2011).

2-6 The priorities given for Kendriya Vidyalayas under Civil/Defence sector will follow in the same sequence, thereafter. 

4. ELIGIBLE AGE FOR ADMISSION  
               
A Child must be 5 years old as on 31st March in the academic year in which admission is sought for Class I.

A. The minimum and maximum age for admission in Kendriya Vidyalayas in various classes is given below:

CLASS
MINIMUM AGE ON 31ST MARCH OF THE IN WHICH ADMISSION IS SOUGHT                                                MAXIMUM AGE ON 31st
                                                   
MAXIMUM AGE ON 31ST MARCH OF THE YEAR IN WHICH ADMISSION IS SOUGHT
I
5 years
7 years
II
6 years
8 years
III
7 years
9 years
IV
8 years
10 years
V
9 years
11 years
VI
10 years
12 years
VII
11 years
13 years
VIII
12 years
14 years
IX
13 years
15 years
X
14 years
16 years
      
 Note: 1. The above rule is not applicable to existing students of Kendriya Vidyalayas in the country.
           2.  The maximum age would be further relaxed by two years to handicapped children only by the Principal.

B.     There is no age restriction for admission to class XI provided the concerned child is seeking admission in the year of passing the class X examination. Similarly there will be no upper & lower age limit for admission to class XII provided there has been no break in the continuous study of the child after passing class X/XI. 

5. METHOD OF ADMISSION    

         A.     In Class I (RTE Act 2009 – section 12(1)(c) ) (See Annexure –V)
To fulfil the constitutional mandate of reservation to SC/ST and also to implement the provisions of RTE Act under Rule 12(1) c following procedure shall be adopted for admission to class I (with class strength of 41). 

1. In first phase 31 seats in Class I should be filled as per existing category system in KVS irrespective of reservation. (However, 01 seat may be granted to disabled child of any category under 3% horizontal reservation) 

2. The children secured admission in 1st phase will not be included in 2nd phase (RTE system).  However, the unsuccessful candidates in 1st phase, if otherwise, eligible in RTE quota will be included in 2nd phase (RTE Quota).

3. In 2nd phase, the remaining 10 seats will be filled as per RTE provisions (25% of seats)

(a) All applications of Scheduled Caste candidates will be subjected to random method (Lottery System) to select 6 candidates.
(b) All applications of (Scheduled Tribe) candidates will be subjected to random method (Lottery System) to select 3 candidates.
(c) All applications of Economically Weaker Section (EWS)/Below Poverty Line (BPL)/OBC (Non Creamy Layer)/Disabled Children will be subjected to random method (Lottery System) to select 1 candidate.

Note:  If adequate number of candidates are not available in (a), (b), & (c), the admission may be granted by inter changing the above three categories to fill all 10 seats in above sequence.  In no case these seats will be de-reserved for General Category.
 If required number of candidates covered under RTE do not register in 1st spell of registration then a second notification may be given in the month of April itself.  
 The definition/eligibility criteria of Economically Weaker Section/BPL/OBC(Non creamy layer may be verified from the notification of the concerned State Governments.



Employment News : Minimum Wages Act Coverage for all Employments...

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Ministry of Labour & Employment

Key Recommendations of 44th Session of Indian Labour Conference 

Minimum Wages Act Coverage for all Employments

Raising The Wage Ceiling in the Employees Provident Fund, Enhancement of Pension Under Employees Pension Scheme 95, Portability of PF Account, Reduction in the Requirement of Minimum Continuous Service, Etc.

Stress on Matching the Large Scale Skilling Targets with Creating Similar Number of Openings in the Area of Employment

Maternity Leave Under the Maternity Benefit Act be Increased from the Present Level of 12 Weeks to 24 Weeks

Enhancement of various allowances by 25% from 01-01-2011 owing to over 50% increase in Dearness Allowance..

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Enhancement of various allowances by 25% from 01-01-2011 owing to over 50% increase in Dearness Allowance...

F.No.5-06/2011-PAP 
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA 
MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS AND I.T. 
DEPARTMENT OF POSTS 
[ESTABLISHMENT DIVISION] 
DAK BHAWAN, SANSAD MARG, NEW DELHI-110116

THE 24th JANUARY, 2012

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

SUBJECT : ENHANCEMENT OF VARIOUS ALLOWANCES BY 25% FROM 1.1.2011 OWING TO OVER 50% INCREASE IN DEARNESS ALLOWANCE - REG.

The undersigned is directed to say that a number of references and queries have been received in this Directorate from various Circles seeking clarifications in respect of increase of various allowances consequent upon increase in the Dearness Allowance beyond 50% w.e.f. 1st January, 2011. The issue has been examined in consultation with Ministry of Finance (Department of Expenditure). It may be recalled that, on implementation of the recommendations of the 6th Central Pay Commission, necessary orders in respect of various allowances and certain advances were issued by the Government. Some of these orders inter alia stipulated that such Allowances/advances shall automatically increase by 25% whenever Dearness Allowance goes up by 50%.

REGULATION OF STRIKE PERIOD- REITERATION OF INSTRUCTIONS ISSUED VIDE LETTER NO. 8/27/97 SR (Pt) DATED 23.06.1998.

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REGULATION OF STRIKE PERIOD- REITERATION OF INSTRUCTIONS ISSUED VIDE LETTER NO. 8/27/97 SR (Pt) DATED 23.06.1998.

D.G. Posts No. 8/15/2011-SR dated 1st February, 2012.

            As you aware, the Postal Joint Council Action served a notice of Indefinite Strike with effect from 17.01.2012 accompanied by a 25 point Charter of Demands. All the items were discussed in detail in a series of meetings taken by Secretary/Members of the Postal Services Board and minutes of the meeting were sent to you vide communication dated 16.01.2012.

2.         In this regard attention is invited to para 24 of the minutes of the meeting dealing with imposing FR-17A against strikers. Instructions on the subject were issued by the Department vide D.O. letter No. 8-27/97-SR (Pt) under the signature of the then Member Development which inter alia states that the provisions of FR-17A in respect of Departmental Employees and Rule 23 of ED Conduct and Service Rules -1964 in respect of EDs (Since substituted by GDS (Conduct & Engagement Rules, 2011) may be invoked only in cases of incitement, instances of violence /sabotage etc. The Department is following these instructions in the matter of regulating the strike period/strike situation. It is requested to review the action taken in this regard in the light of the aforesaid instructions, under intimation to this office.

Sd/-
(Subhash Chander)
Director SR &Legal

Courtesy : NFPE
[http://nfpe.blogspot.in/]


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