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    Memo No .49612 Rationalization of LFL HMs descending order as per enrollment.

    #Memo No 49612 Rationalization of LFL HMs enrollment is more than 130 is first priority then it is decreasing order  as per enrolment in AP Teachers Transfers 2015  Memo No .49612 Rationalization of LFL HMs,  LFL HMS rationalisation, ap teachers transfers 2015, ap rationalisation 2015, ap rationalization 2015, whats new, andhra pradesh, 
    GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH EDUCATION(SER.II)  DEPARTMENT 
    Memo,  No.49612LSer-IILAL L2015.  Dated 11.09.2015 

         Sub: School Education Dept-Posting of LFL HMs to all Mandals in descending order in rationalization Request-  Reg.  
    Ref:
    2,Govt.  Memo.No.49612,  Education(Ser.II)  Department,  Dated:  10.09.2015 
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    In modification to the Government Memo reference 2 cited,  the Commissioner of School Education,  A.P Hyderabad is requested post the LFL HMs to now proposed Model Primary Schools fIrst to the extent possible(where the enrollment is more than 130).  Balance to be distributed proportionately in the District.  After allotment to the Mandals posts to be allotted in the descending order as per enrolment.  
    2.  The Commissioner of School Education,  A.P.,  Hydera hac is requested to take necessary action accordingly. 
                                                                                R.P.SISODIA SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT To The Commissioner&  Director of School Education,  A.P.,  Hyderabad. 
    FORWARDED BY ORDER SECTION OFFICER

    Memo No .49612 Rationalization of LFL HMs descending order as per enrollment. Rating: 4.5 Diposkan Oleh: Rafi Mahammad

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