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Doubts Clarifications for DSC 2018 Candidates

1 What is the pattern of the SGT examination and other categories For SGT TET cum TRT examination and other categories TRT
2 Is it compulsory to have 50%
marks in Degree examination
It is compulsory for OC candidates, whereas for SC/ST/BC 40% eligibility as per state norms
3 Whether Post Graduate candidates are eligible for the post of SA(Languages) and Language Pandits Yes, as per amendment all PG candidates in the concerned subject are eligible for the
post of SA(Languages) and Language Pandits
4 Whether B.Tech candidates are eligible or not All B.Tech candidates are eligible with B.Ed qualification and amendment will be issued shortly.
5 If there is any qualifying marks fixed for sports quota candidates In the roster 48 & 98 points were allotted for sports persons. However, he/she must acquire minimum qualifying marks as earmarked for his/her community for example: for OC-60%, BC-50%, SC/ST-40% (TET cum TRT)
6 How to calculate TET weightage Please see G.O.Ms.No.67, dated: 26.10.2018, Page.No.20 (Illustration)
7 What is the age criteria fixed for recruitment No person shall be eligible for direct recruitment to the post of Teacher if he/she is less than 18 years of age and not more than 44 years of age as on 1st day of July of the year 2018 in which the notification for selection to the relevant post, category or class or a service is made. However, in case of SC / ST / BC candidates the maximum age limit shall be 49 years and in respect of Physically Challenged candidates the maximum age limit shall be
54 years.
Upper age limit for Ex-service Men: A person, who worked in the Armed Forces of the Indian Union, shall be allowed to deduct the length of the service rendered by him in the Armed
Forces and also three years from his age for the purpose of the maximum age limit.
8 What is the fee structure and how to pay Candidates have to pay for the fee of Rs.500 for each application and the payment of fee through payment gateway from 01.11.2018 to
9 What is the Last date for submission of application 16.11.2018
10 What is the website address concerned G.Os, Notifications, Information Bulletin, Syllabus, schedule of examination, Physical Education/Annexures, Vacancy position are available in the above website.
11 Candidate passed B.A. examination from Open university without school study. Is he/she eligible for DSC-2018 Yes, provided he must pass B.Ed with concerned methodology subject studied at B.A level
12 Whether the question paper will be in Telugu or English medium for Principal, PGT & TGT posts Question paper will be only in English medium, amendment letter will be issued.
13 What is minimum qualifying marks for screening test (English proficiency Test for the post of Principal, PGT & TGT) OC/BC=60 marks compulsory
SC/ST/PH & Ex-servicemen=50 marks
14 Candidates passed TET examination from Telangana State are eligible for DSC-
2018 or not
Not eligible. AP State means only 13
Districts, if a candidate belongs Local to a particular District and desires to write examination in another District of AP State will be considered as a Non-Local.
15 Candidates who were appeared and qualified in APTET-2011 are eligible for DSC-2018 or not Not eligible. The APTET examination was conducted on 31.07.2011. As per the NCTE norms the validity of the seven years for APTET certificate was completed as on 30.07.2018. Hence, the certificate of APTET-
2011 is not valid for applying of DSC-2018.
16 Whether the candidates has to submit Xerox application form and other certificates in DEOs office or not Not necessary.
17 For whom G.O.Ms.No.133 is applicable It is applicable to the candidates those who were migrated from Telangana to Andhra Pradesh after bifurcation. G.O. copy available in website.
18 Define Local Scheduled Tribe, Scheduled Area, Non-Scheduled Area etc.,
  • 1. Local Scheduled Tribe candidate means, the candidate belongs to the Scheduled Tribes notified as such under article 342 of the Constitution of India and the candidates themselves or their parents have been continuously residing in the Scheduled area of the Districts in the which they are residents till to date since the 26th January, 1950. (G.O.Ms.No.3 Social Welfare (TW.EDN.II) Dept., dt.10.01.2000). 
  • 2. The ST candidates belonging to nonscheduled area who studied continuously 4 years in Scheduled area cannot be treated as Local ST candidate of that Scheduled area. 
  • 3. The ST candidates of Scheduled area, who studied outside Scheduled area can be still treated as Local ST candidates if his parents/fore parents have been continuously residing in the Scheduled area of that district. 
  • 4. Local ST candidate of Scheduled area of one district cannot become local ST of Scheduled area of another district. (G.O.Ms.No.3 Social Welfare (TW.EDN.II) Dept., dt.10.01.2000) is available in the website
19 PHC Candidates of VH and HI are eligible or not? for claiming the local status of their parents residing districts, though the candidates are studied where Special Schools are located. As per G.O.Ms.No.104.GAD,(SPFA) Dept.dt.24.03.2000, the candidates those who are studies in where Special Schools are located, are eligible for claiming the local status of their parents residing districts.