AP TEACHERS Transfers Guidelines 2020 GO 54 AP Teachers Transfers 2020 Norms

AP TEACHERS Transfers Guidelines 2020 GO 54 AP Teachers Transfers 2020 Norms School Education - The Andhra Pradesh Teachers (Regulation of Transfers) Guidelines, 2020 - Issued.
SCHOOL EDN (SERVICES.II) DEPARTMENT G.O.MS.No. 54 Dated: 12-10-2020. The Andhra Pradesh Transfers Norms for 2020 has been released. The AP Teachers Transfers 2020 Guidelines has been released vide GO 54 Dated 12th Oct 2020. The Key Points of the AP Teachers transfers has been given below. Guidelines for transfer of teachers working in Government, Zilla Parishad and Mandal Parishad Schools during academic year 2020-21

AP TEACHERS Transfers Guidelines 2020 GO 54 AP Teachers Transfers 2020 Norms

Read the following:-
1. A.P. Education Act 1982 (Act 1 of 1982).
2. From CSE letter Lrs.Rc.No.36/Estt.III/2019, Dt: 08.06.2020.
3.Go.Ms.No.53, School Education (Ser.II) Department, Dt:12.10.2020.
Guidelines for transfer of teachers working in Government, Zilla Parishad and Mandal Parishad Schools during academic year 2020-21
1 (i) These guidelines shall be applicable to Headmaster Gr.-II Gazetted in Andhra Pradesh School Education Service and School Assistants / Secondary Grade Teachers and other equivalent categories in Andhra Pradesh School Education Subordinate Service, herein after referred to as Teacher in these Guidelines.
(ii) These guidelines shall come into force with immediate effect.

2. Criteria for Transfers
  • (i) The following categories of Headmaster Gr.II Gazetted / Teachers in the Government / ZPP /MPP shall be transferred.
  • (a) Those Teachers who have completed 8 Academic years of service and those Headmasters Gr-II who have completed 5 Academic years of service as on date of closures of schools in a particular school in the Academic year 2019-20 shall be transferred compulsorily (more than half the Academic year would be considered as a complete full year for this purpose and less than half would not be considered i.e. who joined before 18.11.2012 in the case of teachers and 18.11.2015 in the case of Headmasters Gr-II)).
  • (b) Provided those who are going to retire within two (2) years from 01st October of the year in which transfers are to be taken up shall not be transferred until and unless the incumbent requests for such transfer.
  • (ii) a) The male Headmaster Gr.II/ Teacher aged below 50 years as on 01stOctober of the year (in which transfers are to be taken up) and working in Girls  igh School.
  • (b) If no women Headmasters Gr.II / Teachers are available to work in Girls High Schools, then the male Teachers who crossed 50 years of age as on 01st October of the year in which transfers are to
  • be taken up, may be considered for posting to such schools.
  • (iii) Headmaster Gr.II/ Teachers who completed a minimum period of two years- service in a School as on 01st October of the year in which transfers are to be taken up shall be eligible to apply for request transfer.
Some Key Points:
  • The number of academic years of service completed in a particular school, in a particular cadre should be taken into consideration.
  • Visually challenged teachers are exempted from transfers. However, if such teachers desire to apply for transfer, they may apply for transfer counselling.
  • Transfers shall be effected from within the present management in which the teacher is working.
  • 2. If the teacher/ head master Gr.II desires to go to his/ her parent management such teacher/ headmaster Gr.II may opt for transfer to only those vacancies available in their Parent Management. In such instances, their seniority shall be taken into account in the parent management.
  • 3. Transfer shall be affected from agency area to plain area and plain area to agency area (except Local Scheduled Tribe teachers working in agency area).
  • 4. Non Tribal Headmasters/teachers currently working in Schools in agency area/s may also apply for tranrsafers to plain . relieving only after their replacement by substitutes.
Entitlement Points – Common Points
Entitlement points shall be awarded to the Headmaster Gr.II / Teachers service rendered in the present school, category as on 01st  October of the year in which transfers are to be taken up in the following manner:
  • (i) (a) For every year of service in category IV areas 5
  • (b) For every year of service in Category III areas  3
  • (c) For every year of service in Category II areas 2
  • (d) For every year of service in Category I areas 1
Note For maximum 8 years of service @ 5 Points per year total comes to 40
  • For the service rendered: 0.5 points for every year of completed service in the total service in all categories as on 01st October of the year in which transfers are to be taken up

Special Points (Extra Points): POINTS

  • (i) Un-married female Teacher/Head Master  : 5
  • (ii) Spouse: 5 Points:     
  • Teacher whose spouse belongs to State Government or Central Government or Public Sector undertaking or Local Body, AP Residential Educational Institutions Societies, Aided Institution or A.P. Model Schools and working in the same district/zonal cadre and adjacent district.  eadmasters/Teachers may opt for transfer to a place within the District  or to Adjacent Mandal / Division to the neighbouring District towards the nearer place of working of his/her spouse. The benefit of spouse points shall be applicable to one of the spouses once in 5/8 years only. An entry to this effect shall be recorded in the SR of the Headmaster/teacher concerned under proper attestation.
  • (iii) (a) Physically handicapped i.e. those with not less than 40% to 55% Visually challenged /orthopedically handicapped/hearing impaired. 5 Pts
  • (b) (iv) Physically handicapped i.e. those with not less than 56% to 69% Visually challenged /orthopedically handicapped/hearing impaired. 10 Pts
  • The President and General Secretary of the recognised Teachers Unions at the State and District Levels 5
  • Re-apportion Points Rationalisation Points 5
10. Preferential Categories.
The following categories shall be taken precedence in the seniority list, in the order given below, irrespective of their entitlement points.
(a) i. Physically handicapped i.e., those with not less than 70% / Visually challenged /orthopedically- handicapped /Hearing Impaired.
(b) Widows/ Legally separated female
(c) Teacher who is suffering with the following diseases, in which he/she is undergoing treatment:
  • i. Cancer
  • ii. Open Heart Surgery/ correction of ASD/Organ Transplantation
  • iii. Neuro Surgery
  • iv. Bone TB
  • v. Kidney Transplantation /Dialysis
  • vi. Spinal–Surgery
(d) Applicants with dependents i.e., Mother, Father, children, Spouse who are mentally retarded and are undergoing treatment.
  • (e) Children suffering with holes in the heart by birth and undergoing medical treatment available only at specified places to which they are seeking transfers.
  • (f) Applicants with dependent children suffering from Juvenile Diabetes..
  • (g) Applicants with dependent children suffering from Thalassemia Disease.
  • (h) Applicants with dependent children suffering from Hemophilia Disease
  • (i) Applicants with dependent children suffering from Muscular Dystrophy.
  • (j) Spouse of the Service/Ex-service Person in Army / Navy /Air, Force/BSF/CRPF/CISF.

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