Enhancement from 50 to 100 seats in Best Available Residential Schools


Guidelines were issued for implementation of Best Available Schools scheme in G.O.Ms.No.101, Social Welfare (Edn.2) Dept., dated: 31-05-2008

In Minutes of the 4th Meeting of the Nodal Agency for SCSP held on 07-10-2013 Nodal Agency for SCSP has agreed to recommend to the State Council for approval of    “Enhancement of the seats from 50 to 100 per District under the Scheme of Best Available (Residential) Schools from the Academic Year 2014-15 at a cost of Rs.2.20 crore.”

C.No.1332/Plg.XXII/2013, dated 11-12-2013 the Planning Department has informed that the Chairman, State Council for Development for SCSP has approved for enhancement of seats from 50 to 100 per District under the Scheme of Best Available (Residential) Schools from the Academic Year 2014-15.

From Commissioner of Social Welfare, AP, Hyd. Lr.Rc.No.D(1)/684/2013, dt.23-12-2013 the Commissioner of Social Welfare, AP, Hyd. has informed that the financial implications would amount to Rs.2,10,00,000/- (Rupee Two Crore Ten Lakhs only) for enhancement of seats from 50 to 100 i.e additional (50) seats per district i.e total (1,050) seats from SCSP funds under the existing Best Available (Residential) Schools Scheme in (21) Districts @ Rs.20,000/- per annum, per student from the Academic Year 2014-15.

After examination of the proposal and keeping in view the approval of the State Council for Development for SCs & STs vide reference read above, permission is hereby accorded for Enhancement of the seats from 50 to 100 per District under the existing Scheme of Best Available (Residential) Schools from the Academic Year 2014-15.

The Commissioner of Social Welfare, A.P., Hyderabad is directed to take necessary action accordingly.

This order does not require the concurrence of the Finance Department as per the orders issued in the reference second read above as the proposal has been approved by the State Council for the Development of SC & ST on 07-10-2013.

G.O. Ms .No.97  Dated:24-12-2013

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