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C. No. 5950/SR/2014
Government of Andhra Pradesh
General Administration Department


Minutes of the Meeting held by Chief Secretary with Secretaries of all
departments on AP Reorganisation Bill, 2014 in the GAD Conference Hall,
4th Floor, C-Block on 25.02.2014

A meeting was conducted by Chief Secretary with Special Chief Secretaries/
Principal Secretaries/Secretaries of all departments on 25.02.2014 in the
background of passage of Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Bill, 2014 by both the
Houses of the Parliament. Following a presentation made by Special Secretary,
Finance on the salient provisions of the Bill, the activities that are to be taken up
by various departments between now and the appointed date were discussed. The
following instructions are issued to Special Chief Secretaries/Principal Secretaries/
Secretaries of all the departments for immediate follow-up action and reporting on
action taken to Chief Secretary every week. These instructions are to be read in
conjunction with the tasks to be performed at the Government of India level and
the role of AP Government departments in connection thereto [Annexure I].
1. Files Inventory and Care
All departments shall prepare and maintain the full list of files in each of the
offices under their control. All files, including Note files shall be properly page-
numbered as per established office procedure. All important papers must be parts
of the Current files; there should be no loose papers hanging in the files. All
important files, e.g. those involving land/assets, liabilities, finance and other critical
matters shall be photocopied: one copy for archives, one copy for Secretary and
one copy for Section. The list of files should be computerised after categorisation
(e.g. Land-related, Personnel-related, Finance-related, Investment-related, and
Scheme-related GOs/Guidelines, Court Cases, etc.) using the following Format:
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Name of the Department Category of File
Sl No. File No. Subject
Matter
Name of
Officers
dealing with
the file (SO
& 2 Higher
Levels)
Current
Stage of
Action in
the File
Remarks
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6)
1
2
3
4
5
6
..
..

Signature of Section Signature of Asst. Signature of Dy/ Signature of
Officer Secretary Joint/Addl Secy Secy/Prl Secy

Lists of files relating to Andhra region matters, those relating to Telangana region
matters and those relating to common matters are to be prepared separately
following the above formats.

Section Officers and Assistant Secretaries will be primarily held responsible for
organisation of files and accurate preparation of computerised lists. The will be
supervised by Deputy/Joint/Additional Secretaries. Special Chief Secretaries/
Principal Secretaries/Secretaries shall issue immediate orders fixing responsibility
for organisation and listing of files various officers. They shall review the action
taken on a day-to-day basis.

Apart from Secretariat Files, the concerned Special Chief Secretaries/Principal
Secretaries/Secretaries shall also ensure that all HoDs/Organisations/Agencies
working under their administrative control/supervision organise their files and
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prepare computerised lists. All departments have to furnish the required summary
information to GAD by 15th March.

A Vigilance Committee shall be constituted comprising Secretary GAD and
representatives from SPF and Vigilance to ensure that there are no unauthorised
entries into Sections/Offices from now onwards and no files are transported to
homes by any officer.
[Action: Secretary (Poll), GAD]

2. Employees Data
HRMS application of the Government has captured the basic details of the
employees of all categories – Regular, Grant in aid, Home guards, Work-charged,
NMR, Contract, Outsourced, etc. However, it is the basic responsibility of each
department to have complete information about each category of employee
working at various levels: Secretariat, HoD, Organisation/PSU/Society, etc. The
information in HRMS package is to be verified by all the departments for accuracy.
Any discrepancies should be corrected immediately, so that all personnel records
are corrected and up to date.
The names of every individual paid directly or indirectly from the
Government budget for last 6 months shall be in the computerised list.
[Action: Principal Secretary (Finance), R&E]

3. Apex Committee & State Reorganisation Cell
An Apex Committee shall be constituted to look into all transition-related issues.
The Chairman of the Committee will be decided at appropriate level. Other
members of the Committee shall be as follows:
a. Sri. S.P.Tucker, IAS, Spl. CS, Planning Department - Convenor
b. Sri. Nagi Reddy, IAS, Prl. Secretary, PR Department- Member
c. Sri. L. V. Subrahmanyam, IAS, Prl. Secretary, Medical and Health – Member
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d. Sri. Sam Bob, IAS, Prl. Secretary, R & B – Member
e. Sri. Raymond Peter, IAS, Prl. Secretary, RD- Member
f. Sri. Ajay Mishra, IAS, Prl. Secretary- Higher Education- Member
g. Sri Sameer Sharma, IAS, Prl. Secretary - Municipal Administration, Member
h. Sri. B. Venkateswra Rao IAS, Secretary, Revenue (Endowments) – Member
Sri. Rajiv Sharma, IAS, on return from Government of India, will join the
committee as Member.

The Apex Committee may co-opt members or experts with approval from the
Chairman. The Committee will be assisted by a State Re-organisation Cell. The
State Reorganisation Cell will be coordinated by Special Secretary, Finance with
MD, State Housing Corporation and MD, APIIC as members. They will supported
by nodal officers from all departments and a technical support unit provided by
Centre for Good Governance (CGG). The Apex Committee will be serviced by
CGG. CGG may submit a proposal for financial support to GAD/Finance
Department for the provision of services related to State-reorganisation.

4. Sectoral/Subject Committees
The following Sectoral/Subject Committee shall work on issues to be addressed in
the transition period and shall place their reports to the Apex Committee before
such reports/recommendations are sent to the competent authority for approval.

(1) Buildings in Hyderabad and Properties across State: As per section 5
of the Act, Hyderabad (GHMC area) is to be the common capital for a period of
not more than 10 years. All the Special Chief Secretaries/Principal
Secretaries/Secretaries have to list out the offices which are under the control of
their department for division. They are also required to list out properties located
outside GHMC area and outside the State. Principal Secretary R &B is requested to
evolve a suitable format in consultation with the State Re-organisation Cell and
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gather the information required on all the Government buildings located in
GHMC area and outside by 15th March and suggest the action to be taken for
division following the Re-organisation Act. This sectoral committee will be chaired
by Special CS, R&B - Transport Department with Principal Secretary – R &B, Prl.
Secretary, Revenue, Metropolitan Commissioner, HMDA and Commissioner of
GHMC as members.
[Action: Prl. Secretary, R &B]
(2) Policing Issues: Assistance from Central Government: The Central
Government would provide assistance to the successor States to raise additional
police forces. Greyhound training centre would be maintained and administered by
the Central Government for a period of three years. A state of the art training
centre similar to Greyhound training centre is to be set up in residuary Andhra
Pradesh by the Central Government. New operational hubs for Greyhounds in
both the successor States would be set up by Central assistance. Necessary
proposals in this regard are to be worked out and submitted to the Central
Government by 15th of March. The Greyhounds and OCTOPUS forces are to be
divided based on the options of the personnel and would function under
respective DGPs. This Sectoral Committee will be chaired by Principal Secretary,
Home. DGP and Secretary (Poll), GAD will be members.
[Action: Prl. Secretary, Home]
(3) Apportionment of Assets and Liabilities – Financial: The
apportionment of financial assets and liabilities such as treasury and bank balances,
Schedule VII funds, pensions, PF would be taken up by Finance department. The
Sectoral Committee will be chaired by Special Chief Secretary, TR&B (Transport)
and will comprise Prl. Finance Secretary, all Principal Secretaries/Secretaries/ Spl.
Secretary in Finance Department, Principal Secretary, Irrigation, Principal
Secretary (UD) and Law Secretary as Members.
[Action: Prl. Secretary, Finance]
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(4) Apportionment of Assets and Liabilities: Companies and
Corporations. There are 89 Government companies and corporations listed in
Schedule IX of the Act (Annexure II). The assets, rights and liabilities are to be
apportioned based on the principles enunciated in the State Re-organisation Act.
This is a major exercise which would involve development of guidelines, systematic
gathering of information, and establishing authenticity of data gathered and taking
up appropriation based on the stated principles. The employees of these
undertakings are also to be apportioned based on the concerned corporate bodies’
guidelines. This Sectoral Committee shall be headed by Prl. Secretary Industries
and include Principal Secretary/Secretary (Finance), Principal Secretary (R&S),
CMD of Singareni Collieries Company Limited (SCCL), Secretary, Law, MD,
APIIC and concerned Secretaries.
[Action: Prl. Secretary, Industries].

(5) Apportionment of Assets and Liabilities: Contracts: All Secretaries are
to prepare the list of contracts that are to be apportioned. As this is a technical
work, which requires a thorough understanding of contracts, Irrigation
department is requested to coordinate this activity by issuing necessary guidelines.
A Committee headed by Special Chief Secretary, R&B (Transport), Prl. Secretaries
of Irrigation, R&B, Panchyat Raj, Municipal Administration, Finance and Law
Departments, officers from major works departments shall be constituted for this
purpose.
[Action: Prl. Secretary, Irrigation].

(6) Training Institutions and Centres: There are 107 training institutions and
centres listed as part of Schedule X of the Act (Annexure III). Depending on the
location of the institution, the Government of that area has to make sure that these
institutions continue to provide the same facilities to the people of other successor
State. The terms and conditions of providing such services have to be agreed
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between the successor states within one year of appointed date. This is a major
exercise which would need coordinating with 107 institutions and drafting and
creating agreements on the structure of management and terms of services to be
provided. The Sectoral Sub-Committee shall be headed by Spl. CS Planning and
include DG, CGG, DG/ADG, Dr.MCR HRDI, Chief of APPA, APARD and two
other institutions decided by Special CS, Planning.
[Action: Spl. CS Planning]

(7) Employee Allocation : The employees of local, district, zonal or multi-
zonal cadres which fall entirely in one of the successor states are deemed to be
allotted to that successor State. The rest of the employees would be allocated
based on their options and other guidelines that would be evolved by the advisory
committee to be appointed by the Central Government. GAD is to coordinate
with the Central Government. The Sectoral Committee will be headed by Principal
Secretary, Services. Principal Secretary, Finance (R&E), Principal Secretary (PR),
Secretary, Endowments and Secretary (Political) will be members.
[Action: Secretary (Poll), GAD]

(8) Special Development Package and Incentives: Special development
packages for backward areas of the successor State of Andhra Pradesh in general
and Rayalaseema and North Coastal regions will be worked out by GoI. Hon’ble
Prime Minster has also announced a special category status to the successor state
of Andhra Pradesh. Planning department to work out necessary proposals and
present to the Planning Commission. The Sectoral Committee will be chaired by
Special Chief Secretary, Planning. Members will include the concerned Secretaries
- to be decided by Special CS, Planning.
[Action: Special CS, Planning]

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(9) Irrigation : There is lot of preparatory work to be carried out to work out
operational guidelines, staffing patterns, budgets, office locations, procedural
protocols with respect to Krishna and Godavari River management boards. Teams
may be sent to study similar boards elsewhere in the country to understand the
intricacies of functioning. The Sectoral Task Force will be chaired by Principal
Secretary (UD) and comprise all Prl. Secretaries/Secretaries of Irrigation
Department, former Principal Secretary, Irrigation (AD), Secretary, Law and
Secretary (Works & Projects). The Committee shall take all necessary preparatory
action in consultation with Spl. CS Energy department.
[Action: Prl. Secretary, Irrigation]

(10) Energy: The Energy department is requested to study the issues which
cropped up during the bifurcation of the 3 States in 2000, and suggest appropriate
guidelines and operational protocols for giving effect to the provisions of the Act.
The Sectoral Committee will be chaired by Special CS, Energy and include CMD,
Transco, CMD, Genco and other officers nominated by Special CS. The
Committee will also review the investment projects being executed and in pipeline
for both the regions.
[Action: Spl. CS (Energy)]

(11) New Capital Issues: The Central Government proposes to provide special
financial support for the creation of facilities in the new capital for the successor
State of Andhra Pradesh. If de-notification of degraded forest land is required for
the new capital, the Act has made provisions for that also. An expert committee is
to be constituted by the Central Government to study various alternatives
regarding the new capital for the successor State of Andhra Pradesh and make
appropriate recommendations within a six month period from the appointed date.
MA & UD department is requested to identify experts in urban planning,
transportation, infrastructure and finance who would be able to do the necessary
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ground work and assist the Government of India committee with data and analysis.
CGG/NIUM would provide the necessary technical support in the matter. In
particular, rail and highway connectivity between district headquarters and new
capital and between new capital and Hyderabad need to be established. Principal
Secretary (UD) will chair this Committee which will include Principal Secretary,
MA, Principal Secretary, (R&B), Principal Secretary, Finance, DT&CP,
Metropolitan Comissioner, HMDA and other members nominated by the
Chairman.
[Action: Prl. Secretary (UD), MA&UD department]

(12) Higher Education & Medical Institutions: The Act provides for the
existing admission quotas in all government or private, aided or unaided
institutions of higher, technical and medical education shall continue, as far as they
relate to article 371-D of the Constitution. Further, the common admission
process shall also continue. Quotas as per article 371-D and common admission
process would be there for a period of ten years. Higher Education department
and Medical and Health departments shall work out necessary operational
instructions to all higher educational institutions and place before the apex
committee. The Sectoral Committee will be headed by Principal Secretary, Medical
& Health and include Prl. Secretary, Higher Education and other members
nominated by the two Principal Secretaries.
[Action: Prl. Secretary, Higher Edn Prl. Secretary, Medical and Health]

(13) Services: There are several service-related issues such as appointment,
seniority lists, holding of DPCs, declaration of probation, pending employee
association issues, preparation of Service Rules and Codes, etc. that may be
applicable to the two states. GAD (Services) shall take immediate action to prepare
the services-related issues pending and action that need to be taken during the
transition.
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[Action: Principal Secretary, Services & HRM].
(14) Court Cases & Laws
The lists of the Court cases in Supreme Court and High Court where the
Government of Andhra Pradesh is a party should be prepared by all departments
and consolidated by Law Secretary. The applicability various Central and State Acts
which are currently applicable to Andhra Pradesh needs to be studied and Law
Secretary shall make suggestions regarding the amendments that need to be done
so that the existing laws can apply seamlessly to the two states.
[Action: Law Secretary]

(15) Resource Mobilisation
A resource mobilisation committee headed by Prl. Secretary (Revenue- Excise and
Commercial Taxes) would look into the issues related to all resource related
matters and how they would be apportioned between the successor States. The
other members would be – Prl. Secretary, Finance R &E, Commissioners of
Commercial Taxes, Commissioner of Excise, IG, Registration & Stamps,
Commissioner, Transport, and other members nominated by Chairman.
[Prl. Secretary (Revenue- Excise and Commercial Taxes)]

Weekly reports are to be sent about the progress of work on every Friday from
Sectoral Committee to Apex Committee. This information would be compiled and
submitted to competent decision-making authority.

5. Departmental Restructuring & Reforms
The structure and staffing of practically all departments, including their
undertakings, organisations, societies, agencies, etc. will need to change when the
two states come into existence. Some of the outfits of departments have lost
relevance in the course of time and they need to be closed or merged with other
outfits. The staffing patterns of these outfits need to be drastically altered. All
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Special Chief Secretaries/Principal Secretaries/Secretaries should study the
organisational structures and staffing of departments and undertakings,
organisations, agencies, etc. and propose changes. CGG will establish a research
team which could study the proposals and make suggestions which will be put up
to the apex committee for consideration.
The Secretariat Business Rules, Secretariat Instructions, Public Works Codes
and Manuals, Sanction Norms, etc. need to be suitably modified to take into
account the changed circumstances and also the reforms needed in view of
experience gained in implementation and best practices followed elsewhere. A
Committee consisting of Special Chief Secretary, Planning, Principal Secretary,
Services, Principal Secretary, Finance and Secretary (Poll), GAD will go into the
relevant guidelines and rules and prepare the basic documents for both States for
the smooth conduct of their business.
6. New Educational Institutions and Infrastructure Facilities: All the
Secretaries of the departments mentioned in the table below have to ensure that
the institutions and infrastructure facilities provided in the act become a reality. All
the preparatory works related to this such as concept notes, feasibility studies, and
detailed project reports have to be prepared urgently and submitted to competent
authorities. They should take necessary action immediately in this regard.
Education Department
1. The Government of India shall take steps to establish
institutions of national importance in the 12th and 13th Plan
periods in the successor state of Andhra Pradesh. This would
include one IIT, one NIT, one IIM, one IISER, one Central
University, one Agricultural University and one IIIT.
Higher
Education
2.

The Government of India shall establish one AIIMS-type
Super-Specialty Hospital- cum-Teaching Institution in the
successor State of Andhra Pradesh.
Medical and
Health
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3. The Government of India shall establish a Tribal University
each in the State of Andhra Pradesh and in the State of
Telangana.
Higher
Education
4. A Horticulture University shall be established in the successor
State of Telangana.
Higher
Education
5. The Government of India shall establish the National
Institute of Disaster Management in the successor State of
Andhra Pradesh.
Revenue
Infrastructure
6. The Government of India shall develop a new major port at
Duggirajupatnam in the successor State of Andhra Pradesh to
be completed in phases with Phase I by end-2018
Infrastructure
and
Investments
7. SAIL shall examine, within six months from the appointed
day, the feasibility of establishing an integrated steel plant in
Khammam district of the successor State of Telangana.
Industries
8. SAIL shall examine, within six months from the appointed
day, the feasibility of establishing an integrated steel plant in
YSR district of the successor State of Andhra Pradesh.
Industries
9. IOC or HPCL shall, within six months from the appointed
day, examine the feasibility of establishing a greenfield crude
oil refinery and petrochemical complex in the successor State
of Andhra Pradesh.
Industries
10. The Government of India shall, within six months from the
appointed day, examine the feasibility of establishing a Vizag-
Chennai Industrial Corridor along the lines of Delhi-Mumbai
Industrial Corridor and take within such period an
expeditious decision thereon;
Infrastructure
and
Investments
11. The Government of India shall, within six months from the
appointed day, examine the feasibility of expanding the
Infrastructure
and
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existing Visakhapatnam, Vijayawada and Tirupati airports to
international standards and take an expeditious decision
thereon;
Investments
12. NTPC shall establish a 4000 MW power facility in the
successor State of Telangana after establishing necessary coal
linkages
Energy
13. Indian Railways shall, within six months from the appointed
day, examine establishing a new railway zone in the successor
State of Andhra Pradesh and take an expeditious decision
thereon;
Transport
14. NHAI shall take necessary steps to improve road connectivity
in the backward regions of the successor State of Telangana.
Transport
15. The Indian Railways shall, within six months from the
appointed day, examine the feasibility of establishing a Rail
Coach Factory in the successor State of Telangana and
improve rail connectivity in the State and take an expeditious
decision thereon;
Transport
16. The Central Government shall consider measures to establish
rapid rail and road connectivity from the new capital of the
successor State of Andhra Pradesh to Hyderabad and other
important cities of Telangana;
Infrastructure
and
Investments
17. The Government of India shall examine the feasibility of
Metro Rail facility in Visakhapatnam and Vijayawada-Guntur-
Tenali Metropolitan Urban Development Authority within a
period of one year from the appointed day and take
expeditious decision thereon;
MA & UD

Chief Secretary
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Annexure – I
ISSUES TO BE RESOLVED AFTER THE PRESIDENTIAL ASSENT TO THE ANDHRA
PRADESH REORGANISATION BILL
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TAKEN BY WHOM
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1 2(a)
“appointed
day”

The ‘appointed day’
is the day on which
the two new States
come into being and
is also called the
formation day.

There are 3-4 areas
where a lot or
preparatory work
that need to be done:
since we are going to
have a common
capital – we need to
identify the offices
etc. that would be
identified for the
successor State of
Andhra Pradesh; the
cadres for the AIS
officers would need
to be created by the
DoPT; the Advisory
Committee set up by
the DoPT u/s 80
would need to
recommend the
guidelines and the
State Government
will then obtain the
options from the
common cadres
prevalent in the
State; the
management of
water has to be done
Govt. of Andhra
Pradesh, DoPT,
Economic Affairs,
Power, Water
Resources, Higher
Education,
Planning
Commission, JS P-
I, JS P-II, JS CS,
AS(NM), DG
BPR&D etc. to
give their views
about timelines
for the
preparatory work.
Secretary (Poll),
GAD – Cadre
division work


GAD (Poll), GAD
– Employee
options and
allocation work


Principal
Secretary,
Irrigation & CAD
(AR) – Deputation
of personnel for
river
management
boards

Principal
Secretary, Energy
– Assets division
of APGENCO and
APTRANSCO
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by the Boards which
would be headed by
Central Govt.
personnel and to
which the two State
Govts would second
their irrigation
engineers; the power
grid of the existing
State would also be
need to be broken up
and the assets of the
AP Southern Power
Distribution Co. Ltd in
the districts of
Anantapuramu and
Kurnool would need
to be transferred to
the successor State
of Andhra Pradesh.
The State
Government would
have to pari-passu
undertake a major
exercise in the
division of assets, etc.
2 6 Constitute an
expert
committee to
identify the
capital for
successor
State of AP.
The new capital has
to be identified
within a period of 6
months by a
committee
constituted by the
Central Government
Home Ministry
has to consult
with the AP State
Government
constitute a
committee
Prl. Secretary
(UD), MA & UD
Department
3 8(4)
Appointment
of two
advisors to
assist the
Governor

Central Government
has to appoint two
advisors in a manner
similar to the
appointment of
advisors to the
Governors during
Presidential Rule
This has to be
done after the
appointed day but
the identification
has to be done at
least a fortnight
before.

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4 9(2)
Administer
the
Greyhound
Training
Centre in
Hyderabad.
State Government of
AP has to hand over
the Greyhound
Training Centre to
the GoI for 3 years.
We need to
identify the
modus operandi
for the
administration
that would be
done by officials
appointed by the
MHA
Principal
Secretary, Home
Department
5 9(3)
To assist the
successor
State of
Andhra
Pradesh to set
up a
Greyhounds
training
centre
Proposal for a new
Greyhounds Training
Centre in successor
State of Andhra
Pradesh.
This can only
come when the
site is identified
by the new Govt.
of AP after the
formation day.
Principal
Secretary, Home
Department
6 9(4)
Financial
assistance for
setting up
new
operational
hubs for
Greyhounds
Operational hubs at
Kurnool and
Warangal had been
suggested by the K
Vijay Kumar
Committee to handle
the new areas of
influence of the
Naxals. We would
need to prepare a
proposal for the EFC
JS (NM) would
need to do the
needful
Principal
Secretary, Home
Department
7 9(5)
Distribution
of Greyhound
and OCTOPUS
forces
between the
successor
States.
This action would
need to be taken by
the existing Govt. of
AP
CS Govt. of AP
and DGP AP
Principal
Secretary, Home
Department
8 13(1) Distribution of
existing
eighteen
sitting
members of
In the election to the
Rajya Sabha held on
the 8
th
February,
2014 the following
were elected: Shri
Allocation would
be done by the
Secretary General
of Rajya Sabha
and since there

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the Council of
States to the
two States
Subbi Rami Reddy,
Mohammed Ali Khan,
K V P Ramachandra
Rao, Keshav Rao, G
Mohan Rao, Smt. Sita
Rama Lakshmi. They
haven’t yet taken
oath and will take
oath only after the
9
th
April, 2014
are 3 seats for the
Telangana side,
Shri. Keshav Rao,
G Mohan Rao and
Smt. Sita Rama
Lakshmi can be
accommodated
which would solve
the problem for
the time being.
9 15(2) (2)The
Election
Commission
may conduct
the
simultaneous
elections as
per existing
Delimitation of
Parliamentary
and Assembly
Constituencies
Order, 2008
The ECI would have
to conduct 2014 polls
based on the existing
Delimitation Order.
ECI would prepare
for the polls as
suggested
Chief Electoral
Officer, GAD
10 31(2) The principal
seat of the
High Court of
Andhra
Pradesh shall
be at such
place as the
President may,
by notified
order, appoint
This would need to
be taken by the new
Government of AP
after the appointed
day with the Chief
Justice of India and
until then the
common High Court
of Hyderabad for
both the States will
continues.
Need to be taken
up only after the
new Government
of AP takes up
this issue. This can
be an additional
point in the ToT
for the Advisory
Committee to be
constituted u/s 6
for identifying the
new capital.
Secretary, Law
11 46(1) Apportion the
award made
by the
Thirteenth
Finance
Commission to
the successor
The award made
would need to be
segregated in
consultation with the
existing Govt. of
Andhra Pradesh.
Those grants which
The Dept. of
Economic Affairs
and the Govt. of
AP would need to
take it up.
Principal
Secretary,
Finance
Department
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States are for upgradation
of location based
facilities would be
addressed based on
the location and
those which are a
corpus would be
divided on the basis
of population ratio.
This would need to
be segregated before
the appointed day.
12 46(1) Presidential
reference to
the Fourteenth
Finance
Commission
The Dept. of
Economic Affairs
would need to make
a Presidential
reference after the
appointed day, to
empower the 14
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Finance Commission
to give separate
awards to Telangana
and AP before they
submit their report.
Dept. of Economic
Affairs, Min. of
Finance
Principal
Secretary,
Finance
Department
13 46(2)
Make
appropriate
grants and
also ensure
that adequate
benefits and
incentives in
the form of
special
development
package are
given to the
backward
areas of
successor
State of
Andhra
The Home Minister
had promised that a
Special Cell would be
created immediately
in the Planning
Commission to
address the
development needs
and also ensure
adequate financing
for them.
The Prime Minister
had announced that
Special Category
Status would be
extended to all the
13 districts of
successor State of
Planning
Commission
would need to
create the Special
Cell on the lines of
what was done
for Bihar
Planning
Commission
would need to
work out the
financial
requirements and
issue necessary
orders.
Special Chief
Secretary,
Planning
Department
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& BY WHEN
NODAL GOVT. OF
ANDHRA
PRADESH
SECRETARY
RESPONSIBLE
Pradesh Andhra Pradesh for a
period of 5 years.
The Prime Minister
also assured that
appropriate fiscal
measures including
tax incentives along
the lines extended to
some other States
would be given.

14 46(3) Special
development
package for
the successor
State of
Andhra
Pradesh in
particular for
Rayalaseema
and north
coastal
regions of that
State
The Prime Minister
also announced that
a Special
Development
Package on the lines
of the K-B-K Special
Plan in Odisha and
the Bundelkhand
Special Package in UP
and MP will be given.
Planning
Commission
would need to
work out the
requirements and
issue necessary
orders.
Principal
Secretary,
Planning
Department
15 47(1) Apportionmen
t of the assets
and liabilities
of the existing
State of
Andhra
Pradesh
immediately
before the
appointed day
This entirely is the
responsibility of the
existing State
Government of
Andhra Pradesh. The
Central Government
can intervene only on
request.
State Government
of Andhra
Pradesh.
Principal
Secretary, Roads
and Buildings
Department
16 48(1)
Properties
situated
outside the
existing
State of
Andhra
Pradesh

The dispute is with
respect to the
Andhra Bhawan in N
Delhi. The Act
prescribes that the
property should be
divided on the basis
of population ratio.
Govt. of Andhra
Pradesh
Secretary, GAD
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ANDHRA
PRADESH
SECRETARY
RESPONSIBLE
Hence how would
the built-up area and
the vacant area
would be divided
would need to be
decided quickly
before the appointed
day otherwise it
would fester forever.
17 49 Opening of
account with
the Reserve
Bank of India
Dept. of Economic
Affairs, Min. of
Finance would have
to take steps for the
opening of a
Consolidated Fund
for the State of
Telangana so that
from the appointed
day it would be
available for use.
Dept. of Economic
Affairs, Min. of
Finance and
existing Govt. of
Andhra Pradesh
Principal
Secretary,
Finance
Department
18 52(1) Apportionmen
t of securities,
Investment
Account or
from any Fund
in the Public
Account of the
existing State
of Andhra
Pradesh as
specified in
the Seventh
Schedule
This entirely is the
responsibility of the
existing State
Government of
Andhra Pradesh. The
Central Government
can intervene only on
request.
State Government
of Andhra
Pradesh.
Principal
Secretary,
Finance
Department
19 68 The
companies
and
corporations
specified in
the Ninth
Schedule shall
continue to
function and
This entirely is the
responsibility of the
existing State
Government of
Andhra Pradesh. The
Central Government
can intervene only on
request.
State Government
of Andhra
Pradesh.
Principal
Secretary,
Industries and
Commerce
Department
21

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& BY WHEN
NODAL GOVT. OF
ANDHRA
PRADESH
SECRETARY
RESPONSIBLE
the assets,
rights and
liabilities of
the companies
and
corporations
shall be
apportioned
between the
successor
States in the
manner
provided in
section 54.
20 75(1) Continuance
of institutions
for training
specified in
the Tenth
Schedule
This entirely is the
responsibility of the
existing State
Government of
Andhra Pradesh. The
Central Government
can intervene only on
request.
State Government
of Andhra
Pradesh.
Special Chief
Secretary,
Planning
Department
21 76(3)
& (4)

The Dept. of
Personnel and
Training would have
to reconstitute the
AIS relating to the
IAS, IPS and IFS for
the two States.
Necessary guidelines
would need to be
developed, cadre
review would need to
be completed and
the process of
allotment should be
completed before
the appointed day.
DoPT Secretary (Poll),
GAD
22 77(2)

DoPT would need to
undertake this
exercise in
consultation with the
DoPT and Govt. of
AP
Secretary (Poll),
GAD
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& BY WHEN
NODAL GOVT. OF
ANDHRA
PRADESH
SECRETARY
RESPONSIBLE
existing Govt. of AP
before the appointed
day.
23 80(1)
The Central
Government
may, by
order,
establish one
or more
Advisory
Committees,
within a period
of thirty days
from the date
of enactment
of the Andhra
Pradesh
Reorganisatio
n Act, 2014,
for the
purpose of
assisting it in
regard to––
DoPT would need to
constitute the
Committee.
DoPT Secretary (Poll),
GAD
24 80(2) Issue of
allocation
guidelines
DoPT would need to
issue the allocation
guidelines ASAP.
DoPT Secretary (Poll),
GAD
25 83(2) Make interim
measure thro’
the UPSC until
a Public
Service
Commission
for Telangana
is constituted.
The new State Govt.
of Telangana would
need to take out a
resolution after the
appointed day in the
Assembly for the
constitution of a new
Public Service
Commission. Until
the President gives
its consent, the DoPT
should take up with
the UPSC and seek
the approval of the
stop-gap
arrangement of UPSC
serving the needs of
DoPT, UPSC
before the
appointed day.
The Govt. of
Telangana after
the appointed
day.
GAD
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& BY WHEN
NODAL GOVT. OF
ANDHRA
PRADESH
SECRETARY
RESPONSIBLE
Telangana State.
26 84(1) Constitute an
Apex Council
for the
supervision of
Godavari River
Management
Board and
Krishna River
Management
Board
Ministry of Water
Resources should do
the preparatory work
so that they are able
to issue the
notification
constituting the Apex
Council on the
appointed day.
Min. of Water
Resources
Principal
Secretary,
Irrigation and
CAD Department
27 85(1) Constitute the
Godavari River
Management
Board and
Krishna River
Management
Board
Ministry of Water
Resources should do
the preparatory work
so that they are able
to issue the
notification
constituting the Apex
Council within 60
days from the
appointed day.
However in view of
the monsoon period
starting from June,
an administrative
arrangement should
be in position latest
by June after the
appointed day.
Min. of Water
Resources
Principal
Secretary,
Irrigation and
CAD Department
28 85(5) Appoint full-
time
Secretary for
each Board
Min. of Water
Resources would
need to identify 2
senior Member level
officers of CWC for
which posts would
need to be created
Min. of Water
Resources
Principal
Secretary,
Irrigation and
CAD Department
29 85(6) Create posts of
the rank of
Chief Engineer
in the Central
Water
Commission,
Min. of Water
Resources would
need to identify Chief
Engineer level
officers for which
posts would need to
Min. of Water
Resources
Principal
Secretary,
Irrigation and
CAD Department
24

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TAKEN BY WHOM
& BY WHEN
NODAL GOVT. OF
ANDHRA
PRADESH
SECRETARY
RESPONSIBLE
as it considers
necessary
be created
30 85(7) Security
management
of reservoirs
by the Central
Industrial
Security Force
Min. of Home Affairs
would have to direct
the DG CISF to make
a security assessment
of the areas under
joint control to assess
the required
manpower for which
payment would have
to be made by both
States
MHA, CISF, Govt.
of Andhra
Pradesh
Principal
Secretary, Home
& Principal
Secretary,
Irrigation and
CAD Department
31 86(1)
The Board
shall employ
such staff as
it may
consider
necessary.
The requirement of
staff would need to
be assessed by the
existing Govt. of
Andhra Pradesh.
After the appointed
day the Govt. of AP
and Telangana
should contribute
equally to the
required no. of posts.
The Boards will have
legal status and
hence are a legal
body with their own
accounts etc.
Govt. of Andhra
Pradesh
Principal
Secretary,
Irrigation and
CAD Department
89 The term of
the Krishna
Water
Disputes
Tribunal shall
be extended
with
additional
following
terms of
reference.

Min. of Water
Resources would
need to send a
proposal to the Min.
of Law and Justice for
the extension and
additional terms of
reference.
Min. of Water
Resources and
Min. of Law and
Justice and Law &
Justice
Principal
Secretary,
Irrigation and
CAD Department
34 90(1) The Polavaram Min. of Water Min. of Water Principal
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TAKEN BY WHOM
& BY WHEN
NODAL GOVT. OF
ANDHRA
PRADESH
SECRETARY
RESPONSIBLE
& (2) Irrigation
Project is a
national
project and
the Central
Govt. will
execute it.
Resources and
Planning Commission
would have to issue
the necessary
notification in this
respect as the
technical and
financial assessments
have already been
completed.
Resources and
Planning
Commission
Secretary,
Irrigation and
CAD Department
35 90(4) The Central
Government
will obtain all
requisite
clearances
Min. of Water
Resources would be
the nodal agency
executing the project
directly through the
CWC or any other
agency. Hence
necessary clearances
would need to be
obtained by it and it
would also have to
fight the case filed in
the Supreme Court
filed by the States of
Chattisgarh and
Orissa against the
Polavaram Project.
Min. of Water
Resources
Principal
Secretary,
Irrigation and
CAD Department
36 91(1) The
Governments
of the
successor
States of
Andhra
Pradesh and
Telangana
shall replace
the existing
State of
Andhra
Pradesh on
the
Tungabhadra
Min. of Water
Resources would
have to do the
preparatory work
and issue the
notification after the
appointed day.
Min. of Water
Resources
Principal
Secretary,
Irrigation and
CAD Department
26

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TAKEN BY WHOM
& BY WHEN
NODAL GOVT. OF
ANDHRA
PRADESH
SECRETARY
RESPONSIBLE
Board
37 94(1) Provide
appropriate
fiscal
measures,
including 5
offer of tax
incentives, to
the successor
States, to
promote
industrialisatio
n and
economic
growth in both
the States
Already covered u/s
46
Dept. of Revenue,
Min. of Finance
will have to notify
the incentives
Special Chief
Secretary,
Planning
Department
38 94(2) Backward
area
development
in the
successor
States
Already covered u/s
46
Special Chief
Secretary,
Planning
Department
39 94(3)
Financial
support for the
creation of
essential
facilities in the
new capital of
the successor
State of
Andhra
Pradesh.

Dept of Economic
Affairs would need to
assess the
requirement of funds
after the Committee
constituted u/s 6 for
identification of the
new capital
completes its work
and its
recommendations
are accepted by the
new State
Government of
Andhra Pradesh
Dept. of Economic
Affairs
Principal
Secretary (UD),
MA & UD Deptt
40 94(4) Denotifying
degraded
forest land for
the new capital
of Andhra
Min. of Environment
& Forests and the
successor Govt. of AP
would need to assess
the requirement of
Min. of
Environment &
Forests and Govt.
of Andhra
Pradesh
Special Chief
Secretary, EF S&
T Department
27

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TAKEN BY WHOM
& BY WHEN
NODAL GOVT. OF
ANDHRA
PRADESH
SECRETARY
RESPONSIBLE
Pradesh funds after the
Committee
constituted u/s 6 for
identification of the
new capital
completes its work
and its
recommendations
are accepted by the
new State
Government of
Andhra Pradesh
41 95 Status quo
w.r.t existing
admission
quotas for a
period of ten
years along
with common
admission
process.
The existing Govt. of
Andhra Pradesh
would need to issue
suitable G.O whereby
the standard
operating procedure
would be given in
detail.
Existing Govt. of
Andhra Pradesh
Principal
Secretary, Higher
Education
Department
43 Sche
dule
8
Quantum of
pensions
payable
Dept. of Economic
Affairs should take it
up with the CAG so
that necessary
instructions are given
to the Principal AG,
Andhra Pradesh to do
the needful
Dept. of Economic
Affairs & CAG
Principal
Secretary,
Finance
Department
44 Sche
dule
11
Operation
protocol with
respect to
water
resources
Execution of
the Handri
Niva, Telugu
Ganga, Galeru
Nagiri,
Velegondu,
Kalvakurthi,
Nettempadu.
Min. of Water
Resources would
need to develop the
operation protocol
and consult the
existing State
Government of
Andhra Pradesh on
this issue well before
the appointed day to
firm it up.

Govt of Andhra
Principal
Secretary,
Irrigation and
CAD Department
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& BY WHEN
NODAL GOVT. OF
ANDHRA
PRADESH
SECRETARY
RESPONSIBLE
Pradesh will issue a
necessary G.O with
respect to the 6
identified irrigation
projects.
45 Sche
dule
12
C.Power
1. Units of
APGENCO
shall be
divided based
on
geographical
location of
power plants.
4. Common
State Load
Despatch
Centre (SLDC)
for a period
not exceeding
two years
within which
time separate
SLDC shall be
set up for each
successor
state. Existing
SLDC shall
function under
the direct
administration
and control of
the Southern
RLDC at
Bengaluru
5.
Transmission
lines of
APTRANSCO of
132 KY and
higher voltage
cutting across
Min. of Power and
the State
Government of
Andhra Pradesh will
need to work out the
operational protocol
under which the
State Load Despatch
Centre will function
commonly for the
two States.
Successor State of
Andhra Pradesh will
have to set-up their
own SLDC to monitor
and control their own
grid.
The existing State of
Andhra Pradesh
would have to
undertake the
process of
segregation and
isolation of the grid
based on the
territorial boundaries
of the two States.
The districts of
Anantapuramu and
Kurnool would need
to be transferred out
of the Southern
Power to the Eastern
Power Company.
Govt. of Andhra
Pradesh would need
to take necessary
Min. of Power and
Govt. of Andhra
Pradesh
Special Chief
Secretary, Energy
Department
29

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& BY WHEN
NODAL GOVT. OF
ANDHRA
PRADESH
SECRETARY
RESPONSIBLE
the successor
States shall be
deemed as
Inter-State
Transmission
System (ISTS)
lines. The
transmission
lines falling
within the
territory of
each successor
State shall be
transferred to
the respective
State
Transmission
Utilities. The
maintenance
of ISTS lines
shall also be
done by
successor
States in their
respective
jurisdictions.
6. The power
of the Central
Generating
Stations will be
allotted in
such ratio to
the State of
Telangana and
the State of
Andhra
Pradesh based
on the actual
energy
consumption
of the last 5
years of the
action and alter the
PPAs and undertake
the follow up action.

30

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TAKEN BY WHOM
& BY WHEN
NODAL GOVT. OF
ANDHRA
PRADESH
SECRETARY
RESPONSIBLE
relevant
DISCOMS in
the respective
successor
State.
8. The districts
of
Anantapuramu
and Kurnool
which fall
within the
jurisdiction of
the AP Central
Power
Distribution
Company Ltd.
will now be
reassigned to
the AP South
Power
Distribution
Company Ltd.
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Education


46 1. The
Government
of India shall
take steps to
establish
institutions of
national
importance in
the 12th and
13th Plan
periods in the
successor
state of
Andhra
Pradesh. This
would include
one IIT, one
Dept. of Higher
Education would
have to identify the
financial resources
for these institutions
and obtain financial
approvals.
Dept. of Higher
Education, HRD
Ministry
Principal
Secretary, Higher
Education
Department
31

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TAKEN BY WHOM
& BY WHEN
NODAL GOVT. OF
ANDHRA
PRADESH
SECRETARY
RESPONSIBLE
NIT, one IIM,
one IISER, one
Central
University, one
Petroleum
University, one
Agricultural
University and
one IIIT.
47 2. The
Government of
India shall
establish one
AIIMS-type
Super-
Specialty
Hospital-cum-
Teaching
Institution in
the successor
State of
Andhra
Pradesh
Min. of Health &
Family Welfare
would have to
identify the financial
resources for these
institutions and
obtain financial
approvals.
Min. of Health &
Family Welfare
Principal
Secretary, Health
and Family
welfare
department
48 3. The
Government
of India shall
establish a
Tribal
University
each in the
State of
Andhra
Pradesh and
in the State of
Telangana
Dept. of Higher
Education would
have to identify the
financial resources
for these institutions
and obtain financial
approvals.
Dept. of Higher
Education, HRD
Ministry
Principal
Secretary, Higher
Education
49 4. A
Horticulture
University
shall be
established in
the successor
State of
Dept. of Higher
Education and the
Ministry of
Agriculture would
have to identify the
financial resources
for these institutions
Dept. of Higher
Education, HRD
Ministry and Min.
of Agriculture
Principal
Secretary, Higher
Education
32

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ITEM IMPLICATIONS ACTIONS TO BE
TAKEN BY WHOM
& BY WHEN
NODAL GOVT. OF
ANDHRA
PRADESH
SECRETARY
RESPONSIBLE
Telangana and obtain financial
approvals.
50 5. The
Government
of India shall
establish the
National
Institute of
Disaster
Management
in the
successor
State of
Andhra
Pradesh
Ministry of Home
Affairs would have to
arrange the financial
resources for this
institution. The
successor Govt. of AP
would have to
identify the site
DM Division, Min.
of Home Affairs
Principal
Secretary,
Revenue
Department
Infrastructure
& Industries

51 1. The
Government of
India shall
develop a new
major port at
Duggirajupatna
m in the
successor
State of
Andhra
Pradesh to be
completed in
phases with
Phase I by
end-2018
Shipping Ministry has
already initiated
work on this project
and is work in
progress. It only
needs to ensure that
the timelines are met
Min. of Shipping Secretary,
Infrastructure
and Investments
Department
52 2. SAIL shall
examine,
within six
months from
the appointed
day, the
feasibility of
establishing an
integrated
steel plant in
Min. of Steel and SAIL
would have to take
steps for the due
diligence involved in
conducting the
feasibility study at
both the places.
Min. of Steel Principal
Secretary,
Industries and
Commerce
Department
33

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TAKEN BY WHOM
& BY WHEN
NODAL GOVT. OF
ANDHRA
PRADESH
SECRETARY
RESPONSIBLE
Khammam
district of the
successor State
of Telangana.
3. SAIL shall
examine,
within six
months from
the appointed
day, examine
the feasibility
of establishing
an integrated
steel plant in
YSR District of
the successor
State of
Andhra
Pradesh
53 4. IOC or HPCL
shall within six
months from
the appointed
day, examine
the feasibility
of establishing
a green-field
crude oil
refinery and
petrochemical
complex in the
successor
State of
Andhra
Pradesh and
take an
expeditious
decision
thereon
Min. of Petroleum
and Natural Gas and
IOC/HPCL would have
to take steps for the
due diligence
involved in
conducting the
feasibility study
within the timeline.
Min. of Petroleum
and Natural Gas
Principal
Secretary,
Industries and
Commerce
Department
54 5. The
Government
of India shall,
Min. of Commerce
would have to take
steps for the due
Min. of
Commerce
Principal
Secretary,
Industries and
34

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ITEM IMPLICATIONS ACTIONS TO BE
TAKEN BY WHOM
& BY WHEN
NODAL GOVT. OF
ANDHRA
PRADESH
SECRETARY
RESPONSIBLE
within six
months from
the appointed
day, examine
the feasibility
of establishing
a Vizag-
Chennai
industrial
corridor along
the lines of
Delhi-Mumbai
Industrial
Corridor and
take within
such period an
expeditious
decision
thereon
diligence involved in
conducting the
feasibility study
within the timeline.
Commerce
Department
55 6. The
Government
of India shall,
within six
months from
the appointed
day, examine
the feasibility
of expanding
the existing
Visakhapatna
m, Vijayawada
and Tirupati
airports to
international
standards and
take an
expeditious
decision
thereon
Min. of Civil Aviation
and AAI would have
to take steps for the
due diligence
involved in
conducting the
feasibility study for
the three airports
within the timeline.
Min. of Civil
Aviation
Secretary,
Infrastructure
and Investments
Department
56 7. NTPC shall
establish a
4000 MW
Min. of Power would
have to take steps for
the due diligence
Min. of Power and
Min. of Coal
Special Chief
Secretary, Energy
Department
35

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TAKEN BY WHOM
& BY WHEN
NODAL GOVT. OF
ANDHRA
PRADESH
SECRETARY
RESPONSIBLE
power facility
in the
successor State
of Telangana
after
establishing
necessary coal
linkages
involved in
conducting the
feasibility study and
taking up taking up
the project by
obtaining necessary
coal linkages from
the Min. of Coal.
57 8. Indian
Railways shall,
within six
months from
the appointed
day, examine
establishing a
new railway
zone in the
successor State
of Andhra
Pradesh and
take an
expeditious
decision
thereon
Railway Board would
have to take steps for
the due diligence
involved in
conducting the
feasibility study
within the timeline.
Special Chief
Secretary,
Transport
Department
58 9. NHAI shall
take necessary
steps to
improve road
connectivity in
the backward
regions of the
successor
State of
Telangana
Min. of Road
Transport and
Highways and NHAI
would take necessary
steps to study the
road connectivity and
do a gap analysis
Min. of Road
Transport
Special Chief
Secretary,
Transport
Department
59 10. The Indian
Railways shall,
within six
months from
the appointed
day, examine
the feasibility
of establishing
Railway Board would
have to take steps for
the due diligence
involved in
conducting the
feasibility study
within the timeline.
Railway Board Transport
Department
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SECT
-ION
ITEM IMPLICATIONS ACTIONS TO BE
TAKEN BY WHOM
& BY WHEN
NODAL GOVT. OF
ANDHRA
PRADESH
SECRETARY
RESPONSIBLE
a Rail Coach
Factory in the
successor
State of
Telangana and
improve rail
connectivity in
the State and
take an
expeditious
decision
thereon
60 11. The
Central
Government
shall take
measures to
establish rapid
rail and road
connectivity
from the new
capital of the
successor
State of
Andhra
Pradesh to
Hyderabad
and other
important
cities of
Telangana
Railway Board and
Min. of Road
Transport and
Highways and NHAI
would take necessary
steps to study the rail
and road connectivity
and do a gap analysis
Min. of Road
Transport and
Railway Board
Special Chief
Secretary,
Transport
Department
61 12. The
Government
of India shall
examine the
feasibility of
Metro Rail
facility in
Vishakhapatna
m and
Vijayawada-
Guntur-Tenali
Min. of Urban
Development would
have to take steps for
the due diligence
involved in
conducting the
feasibility study
within the timeline.
Min. of Urban
Development
Principal
Secretary, UD,
MA & UD
Department
37

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SECT
-ION
ITEM IMPLICATIONS ACTIONS TO BE
TAKEN BY WHOM
& BY WHEN
NODAL GOVT. OF
ANDHRA
PRADESH
SECRETARY
RESPONSIBLE
Metropolitan
Urban
Development
Authority
within period
of one year
from the
appointed day
and take an
expeditious
decision
thereon


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Sl.No
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Name of Government Company Address Secretariat
Department

1 Andhra Pradesh State Seeds
Development Corporation Limited
S-10-193,2nd Floor, HACA
Bhavan, Opp. Public Gardens,
Hyderabad - 500004
Agriculture &
Co-operation
2 Andhra Pradesh State Agro
Industrial Development
Corporation Limited
504, Hermitage Office Complex,
Hill Fort Road, Hyderabad -
500004.
Agriculture &
Co-operation
3 Andhra Pradesh State
Warehousing Corporation.,
Warehousing Sadan, 2nd Floor,
Behind Gandhi Bhavan,
Nampally, Hyderabad- 500001.
Agriculture &
Co-operation
4 Andhra Pradesh State Civil Supplies
Corporation Limited
6-3-655/1/A, Civil Supplies
Bhavan, Somajiguda, Hyderabad
- 500082.
Civil Supplies
5 Andhra Pradesh Genco. Vidyut Soudha, Kairathabad,
Hyderabad- 500004.
Energy
6 Andhra Pradesh Transco, Vidyut Soudha, Kairathabad,
Hyderabad- 500004.
Energy
7 Singareni Collieries Company Ltd., Singareni Bhavan,
Macharmanzil, Redhills,
Hyderabad - 500004
Energy
8 NREDCAP Pisgha Complex, Nampally,
Hyderabad - 500001.
Energy
9 Andhra Pradesh Forest
Development Corporation Ltd.,
UNI Building, 3rd Floor, A.C.
Guards, Hyderabad- 500004.
Environment,
Forests,
Science and
Technology (EFS&T)
10 Andhra Pradesh State Film and
Television Theatre Development
Corporation Ltd.,
10-2-1, FDC Complex, A.C.
Guards, Hyderabad - 500004.
GAD (I & PR)
11 Andhra Pradesh Medical Services
Infrastructure Development
Corporation,
APMSIDC Building,DM&HS
Campus, Sulthan Bazar,
Hyderabad-500095
Health, Medical and
Family Welfare
12 Andhra Pradesh State Police
Housing Corpotation Ltd.,
DIG Office, Saifabad, Hyderabad
- 500004.
Home
13 Andhra Pradesh State Housing
Corporation Ltd.,
3-6-184, Street No.17, Urdu
HallLane, Himayat Nagar,
Hyderabad.
Housing
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Department
14 Andhra Pradesh Housing Board, Gurhakalpa, M.J.Road,
Nampally, Hyderabad 500028.
Housing
15 Andhra Pradesh Technologies
Services ltd.,
B.R.K. Buildings, tank Bund
Road,Hyderabad
Information
Technology
and
Communications
( IT &C)
16 Andhra Pradesh Mineral
Development Corporation Ltd.,
Rear Block, 3rd Floor, HMWSSB
Premises, Khairatabad,
Hyderabad-500004.
Industries and
Commerce
17 Andhra Pradesh Industrial
Infrastructure Corporation Ltd.,
5-9-58/B,6th Floor, Prishrama
Bhavan, Basheerbagh,
Hyderabad - 500004.
Industries and
Commerce
18 Andhra Pradesh Industrial
Development Corporation Ltd.,
5-9-58/B,6th Floor, Prishrama
Bhavan, Basheerbagh,
Hyderabad - 500004.
Industries and
Commerce
19 Andhra Pradesh State Finance
Corporation,
5-9-194,Chirag Ali Lane, Abids,
Hyderabad -500001.
Industries and
Commerce
20 Leather Industries Development
Corporation of Andhra Pradesh
(LIDCAP)
5-77/27, Darga Hussaini Shaw
Ali, Golkonda Post, Hyderabad -
500008.
Industries and
Commerce
21 Andhra Pradesh Handicraft
Development Corporation Ltd.,
Hasthakala Bhavan,
Musheerbad X Roads,
Hyderabad - 500004.
Industries and
Commerce
22 Andhra Pradesh State Trade
Promotion Corporation Ltd.
(APTPC).,
6-10-74, Fathe Maidhan Road,
Shakar Bhavan Hyderabad -
500004.
Industries and
Commerce
23 Andhra Pradesh State Irrigation
Development Corporation Ltd.,
8-2-674/2/B, Road No. 13,
Banjara Hills, Hyderabad -
500034.
Irrigation and
Command
Area Development
(I&CAD)
24 Andhra Pradesh State Minorities
Finance Corporation Ltd.,
5th Floor, A.P. State Haj House,
Opp. Public Gardens, Nampally,
Hyderabad - 500001.
Minorities Welfare
25 Andhra Pradesh Beverage
Corporation Ltd.,
4th Floor, Prohibition & Excise
Complex, 9& 10 Eastern,
M.J.Road, Nampally, Hyderabad
- 500001.
Revenue (Excise)
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Department
26 Andhra Pradesh State Road
Transport Corporation,
Bus Bhavan, Musheerabad X
Roads, Hyderabad.
Transport, Roads
and
Buildings ( TR&B)
27 Andhra Pradesh Foods, IDA, Nacharam, Hyderabad -
500076.
Women, Children,
Disabled and Senior
Citizens
28 Andhra Pradesh State Tourism
development Corporation Ltd.,
3-5-891, A.P.Tourism House,
Himayath Nagar, Hyderabad.
Youth
Advancement,
Tourism and
Culture (YAT & C)
29 Andhra Pradesh Rajiv Swagruha
Corporation Ltd.,
A-06,Sahabhavan, Bandlaguda,
GSI(Post), Hyderabad- 500 068.
Housing
30 Eastern Power Distribution
Corporation Ltd.,
Corporate Office, Near Guruwar
Junction, P&T Seethannadhara
Colony, Vishakapatnam -
530013.
Energy
31 Southen Power Distribution
Corporation Ltd.,
# 1-13-65/A, SRINIVASAPURAM,
Tirupati - 517503.
Energy
32 Central Power Distribution
Corporation Ltd.,
6-1-50, Corporate Office, Mint
Compound, Hyderabad -
500063.
Energy
33 Northern Power Distribution
Corporation Ltd.,
1-1478, Chaitniyapuri Colony,
Near RES Petrol Pump,
Warangal.
Energy
34 Andhra Pradesh Heavy Machinery
& Engineering Ltd.,
Regd. Office & Factory,
Kondapally - 521228. Krishna
District.
Industries and
Commerce
35 Vizag Apparel Park for Export Ltd., C-Block,4th Floor, BRK Bhavan,
Hyderabad - 500063.
Industries and
Commerce
36 Andhra Pradesh State Christian
(Minorities) Finance Corporation,
6-2-41, Flat No. 102, Moghal
Emami Mansion, Opp. Shadan
College, Khaairatabad,
Hyderabad - 500004.
Minorities Welfare
37 Hyderabad Metro Rail Ltd., Metro Rail Bhavan, Saifabad,
Hyderabad - 500004.
Municipal
Administration
and Urban
Development (
MA&UD)
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.
Name of Government Company Address Secretariat
Department
38 Andhra Pradesh Urban Finance
Infrastructure Development
Corporation Ltd.,
2nd Floor, E &PH Complex,
Kashana Building, AC Guards,
Hyderabad.
Municipal
Administration
and Urban
Development (
MA&UD)
39 Infrastructure Development
Corporation of Andhra
Pradesh(INCAP)
10-2-1,3rd Floor, FDC Complex,
AC Guards, Hyderabad - 500028.
Infrastructure and
Investment (I & I )
40 Overseas Manpower Company of
Andhra Pradesh Ltd(OMCAP)
ITI Mallepally Campus,
Vijayanagar Colony, Hyderabad -
500057.
Labour,
Employment,
Training and
Factories
( LET&F)
41 Andhra Pradesh Power Finance
Corporation Ltd.,
L-Block 4th Floor, Andhra
Pradesh Secretariat, Hyderabad
Energy
42 Andhra Pradesh Roads
Development Corporation,
R&B Office, Beside Mahaveer,
AC Guards, Hyderabad - 500057
Transport, Roads
and
Buildings ( TR&B)
43 Andhra Pradesh Tribal Power
Company Ltd.(TRIPCO)
4th Floor, Damodharam
Sanjivaiah Sankeshamma
Bhavan, Masab Tank,
Hyderabad.
Tribal Welfare
44 Andhra Pradesh Tribal Mining
Company Ltd.(TRIMCO)
4th Floor, Damodharam
Sanjivaiah Sankeshamma
Bhavan, Masab Tank,
Hyderabad.
Tribal Welfare
45 AP Cooperative Oil seeds Growers
Federation Limited
Parishrama Bhavan, 9th Floor,
Hyderabad.
Agri & Coop
46 AP Marketing Federation Ltd. Haka Bhavan,, Hill Fort Road,
Hyderabad.
Agri & Coop
47 Deccan Infrastructure and Land
Holdings Ltd.
C/o Andhra Pradesh Housing
Board,Ground Floor, Gruha
Kalpa,MJ Road, Nampally ,Hyd-
500001
040-24732063, 24602101
Housing
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.
Name of Government Company Address Secretariat
Department
48 Andhra Pradesh Aviation
Corporation Ltd.
II Floor, Container, Floride
Station, Air Corporation
Complex, Begumpet 16.
Phone: 040-27767216
Infrastructure and
Investment(I&I)
49 Andhra Pradesh Gas Infrastructure
Corporation (P) Ltd.
5-9-58/B, Parishrama Bhavan, II
Floor, Fathe Maidan Road,
Basheerbagh, Hyderabad-14
Ph.040-67304930,
Infrastructure and
Investment(I&I)
50 Andhra Pradesh Gas Distribution
Corporation Ltd.
5-9-58/B, Parishrama Bhavan, II
Floor, Fathe Maidan Road,
Basheerbagh, Hyderabad-14
Ph.040-67304930,
Infrastructure and
Investment(I&I)
51 Andhra Pradesh Khadi and Village
Industries Board(APKVIB).
Mehadipatnam Road, Masab
Tank, Humayun Nagar,
Hyderabad.
Industries &
Commerce
52 Andhra Pradesh State Handlomm
Weavers Co-operative Society
Ltd.(APCO)
Road No. 16, Industrial
Development Area, Chinthal,
Hyderabad-55
Industries &
Commerce
53 Andhra Pradesh Textile
Development Corporation(APTEX).
4th Floor, BRKR Bhavan, C Block,
Tankbundroad, Saifabad,
Hyderabad-4, Phone: 040-
23221684
Industries &
Commerce
54 Nizam Sugars Ltd.(NSL). 6-3-570/1, 201, Diamond Block,
Rockdale Compound,
Somajiguda,Errammanjil,
Hyderabad-82
Industries &
Commerce
55 A.P. Food processing
Society(APFPS).
1st Floor, BRKR Bhavan, Tank
Bund Road,
Hyderabad.-63
Industries &
Commerce
56 Krishnapatnam International
Leather Complex Pvt. Ltd. (KPILC)
5th Floor, Parishrama Bhavan,
Basheerbagh, Hyderabad-4
Phone: 040-23234155
Industries &
Commerce
57
7.A.P. State Fedration of Co-
operative Sugar Factories Ltd.
(APSFCSC).
Chirag Ali Lane, Hyderabad
500001,
Phone, 040-23201273
Industries &
Commerce
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Department
58 Textile Park, PashaMailaram Pasha Mailaram., Medak
District. 502307,
Industries &
Commerce
59 AP Women's Co-operative Finance
Corporation Ltd.
Door No. 1335/H, Road No. 45,
Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad. 500
033
Women, Child,
Disabled and Senior
Citizens
60 AP Vikalangula Co-operative
Corporation
AP Vikalangula Sankshema
Bhavan, Nalgonda X Roads,
Malkpet.
Women, Child,
Disabled and Senior
Citizens
61 AP Water Resources Development
Corporation
IV Floor, Jalasoudha Building,
Erram Manzil, Hyderabad
Irrigation & CAD
62 Andhra Pradesh State Property Tax
Board (APSPTB), Hyderabad
AC Guards, Masabtank,
Hyderabad.
Municipal
Administration &
Urban
Development
(MA&UD)
63 Andhra Pradesh Toddy Tappers
Cooperative Finance Corporation
Ltd. (AP Geetha Paarisharamika
Sahakara Arthika Samkhsema
Samstha), Narayanagunda,
Hyderabad
3-5-1089, Beside Deepak Cenma
Theater, Narayanguda,
Hyderabad-29.
Revenue (Excise)
64 Society for Employment,
Promotion and Training in Twin
Cities (SETWIN).
Azmath Jah Palace,
Purani Haveli,
Hyderabad-500 002.
Tel : 040-24520196,
24524539, Fax : 040-
24577697
Youth
Advancement
Tourism &Culture
(YAT&C)
65 Sports Authority of Andhra
Pradesh (SAAP)
Lal Bahadur
Stadium,Hyderabad-500 001.
AP. INDIA
Ph : +91(40) 23241749
Fax : +91(40) 23243297
Youth
Advancement
Tourism &Culture
(YAT&C)
66 Andhra Pradesh Society for
Training and Employment
Promotion (APSTEP) to be added
Director of Youth Services &
MD, APSTEP, Behind Boats Club,
Secunderabad -
Phone: 040-27536284.
Youth
Advancement
Tourism &Culture
(YAT&C)
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Name of Government Company Address Secretariat
Department
67 State Institute of Hotel
Management Catering Technology,
Tirupathi
Near SV Zoo Park, Beside AP
Tourism Transport, Peler village,
Tirupathi, Chittoor Dist. 517507
Youth
Advancement
Tourism &Culture
(YAT&C)
68 State Institute of Hotel
Management Catering Technology,
Medak
Kohir X road, Kaveri village,
Medak Dist. 502321
Phone: 08451220060
Youth
Advancement
Tourism &Culture
(YAT&C)
69 Andhra Pradesh Meat
Development Corporation,
Hyderabad
10-2-289/129, Shanthinagar,
Hyderabad- 28 Phone:
040-23452270, 23391321
Animal Husbandry,
Dairy Development
& Fisheries
70 Andhra Pradesh Dairy
Development Corporation,
Hyderabad
Vijaya Bhavan,Lalapet,
Hyderabad-17 Phone 040-
27019233
Animal
Husbandry,Dairy
Development &
Fisheries
71 APSheep and Goat Development
Cooperative Federation , Hyd
Managing Director, 10-2-289,
/127, Shanthinagar, Masabtank,
Hyderabad-28
Phone: 040-27019233,
Animal
Husbandry,Dairy
Development &
Fisheries
72 AP State Fishermen Cooperative
Socities Federation , Hyd
Managing Director, O/o
Commissionser of Fisheries,
4th lance , Shanthinagar,
Mathsya Bhavan, Hyderabad.
Phone: 9440814762.
Animal Husbandry,
Dairy Development
& Fisheries
73 AP Dairy Development Cooperative
FederationLtd. , Hyderabad.
Vijaya Bhavan,Lalapet,
Hyderabad-17 Phone 040-
27019233
Animal Husbandry,
Dairy Development
& Fisheries
74 AP State Veternary Council,
Hyderabad.
H.NO. 2-289/124, Road No. 4,
Shanthi Nagar, Hyderabad-
50028.
Phone: 040-23393779.,
23398013
Animal
Husbandry,Dairy
Development &
Fisheries
75 AP Girijan Co-operative
Corporation
Telugu Sakshema Bhavan,
Masab Tank,
Hyderabad -28 , 040,
.23399094., 23398106
Tribal Welfare
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Department
76 AP State ST Co-operative Finance
Corporation (Tricor)
Managing Director,
1st Floor, D.S.S.Bhavan, Masab
Tank, Hyderabad.
Ph: 040 - 23310114 Email:
md.tricor@gmail.com
Tribal Welfare
77 AP Education and Welfare
Infrastructure Development
Corporation (APEWIDC)
4th Floor, Rajiv Vidya Mission
Building,SCERT Compound,
Hyderabad - 500001
Phone: 040, .23230189
School Education
78 1)AP Scheduled Castes
Cooperative Finance Corporation
VC & MD
Damodaram Sanjeevayya
Samkshema Bhavan,
5th Floor, Masab Tank,
Hyderabad - 28 , 040,
.23316017., 23315970
Social Welfare
79 AP Backward Classes Co-operative
Finance Corporation
Sakshema Bhavan,
Masab Tank,
Hyderabad - 174 , 040,
.23399094., 23398106
BC Welfare
80 AP Washermen Co Operative
Socities Federation Ltd.
Samkshema Bhavan, Masab
Tank,
Hyderabad - 28
Phone .23453638, 23399094
BC Welfare
81 AP. Nayee Brahmana Co Operative
Socities Federation Ltd.
Samkshema Bhavan, Masab
Tank,
Hyderabad - 28
Phone:., 23399094, 23453638
BC Welfare
82 AP Sagara Co Operative Socities
Federation Ltd.
Samkshema Bhavan, Masab
Tank,
Hyderabad - 28
Phone: 23399094, 23453638
BC Welfare
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Department
83 AP Valmiki Co Operative Socities
Federation Ltd.
Samkshema Bhavan,Masab
Tank,
Hyderabad - 28
.Phone 040-23399094,
23453638
BC Welfare
84 AP Balija Co Operative Socities
Federation Ltd.
Samkshema Bhavan, Masab
Tank,
Hyderabad - 28
. Phone 040-23399094,
23453638
BC Welfare
85 AP Batraja Co Operative Socities
Federation Ltd.
Samkshema Bhavan, Masab
Tank,
Hyderabad -28.
BC Welfare
86 AP Medara Co Operative Socities
Federation Ltd.
Samkshema Bhavan, Masab
Tank,
Hyderabad -28.
BC Welfare
87 AP Kummari Co Operative Socities
Federation Ltd.
Samkshema Bhavan, Masab
Tank,
Hyderabad -28.
BC Welfare
88 AP Vishwabrahmana Co Operative
Socities Federation Ltd.
Samkshema Bhavan, Masab
Tank,
Hyderabad -28.
BC Welfare
89 AP Taddy Tappers Co Operative
Socities Federation Ltd.
Samkshema Bhavan, Masab
Tank,
Hyderabad -28.
BC Welfare



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THE TENTH SCHEDULE
(See section 75)
CONTINUANCE OF FACILITIES IN CERTAIN STATE INSTITUTIONS
List of Training Institutions/Centres
Sl.No. Item Secretariat
Department
1 Andhra Pradesh State Co-operative Union,
Hyderabad.
Agiculture and Co-operation
2 Andhra Pradesh Study Circle for Backward Classes,
Visakhapatnam.
Backward Classes
Welfare
3 Environment Protection Training and Research
Institute, Hyderabad.
Environment,Forests,
Science and Technology (EFS&T)
4 Andhra Pradesh Forest Academy, Rangareddy
District.
Environment,Forests,
Science and Technology (EFS&T)
5 Andhra Pradesh State Council of Science and
Technology (APCOST), Hyderabad.
Environment,Forests,
Science and Technology (EFS&T)
6 Dr.MCR HUman Resource Development Institute of
Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad.
General Administration
(GAD)
7 Centre for Good Governance, Hyderabad. General Administration
(GAD)
8 State Institute of Health and Family Welfare,
Vengalrao Nagar, Hyderabad.
Health, Medical and
Family Welfare
9 State Board of Technical Education and Training,
Hyderabad.
Higher Education
10 Andhra Pradesh Police Academy, Hyderabad. Home
11 Water and Land Management, Training and
Research Institute, Hyderabad.
Irrigation and Command
Area Development (I&CAD)
12 AMR Andhra Pradesh Academy of Rural
Development, Hyderabad.
Panchayat Raj and Rural
Development
(PR & RD)- R.D.
13 Sriramananada Theertha Training and Research
Institute.
Panchayat Raj and Rural
Development
(PR & RD)- R.D.
14 Andhra Pradesh Prohibition and Excise Academy. Revenue (Excise)
15 State Institute of Educational Technology,
Hyderabad.
School Education
16 State Council of Educational Research and Training,
Hyderabad.
School Education
17 Andhra Pradesh Study Circle, Hyderabad. Social Welfare
18 Tribal Culture and Research Institute, Sankshema
Bhavan, Masab Tank, Hyderabad.
Tribal Welfare
19 Board of Intermediate Education, Hyderabad. School Education (Intermediate)
20 Andhra Pradesh State Seeds Certification Agency,
Hyderabad.
Agiculture and Co-operation
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List of Training Institutions/Centres
Sl.No. Item Secretariat
Department
21 Andhra Pradesh Live Stock Development Agency,
Hyderabad.
Animal Husbandry, Dairy
Development and Fisheries
22 Centre for Forest and Natural Resource
Management Studies (CEFNARM), Rangareddi
District.
Environment,Forests,
Science and Technology (EFS&T)
23 Andhra Pradesh Press Academy, Hyderabad. General Administration (I&PR)
24 AIDS Control Society, Hyderabad. Health, Medical and
Family Welfare
25 Andhra Pradesh Medical and Aromatic Plants Board,
Hyderabad.
Health, Medical and
Family Welfare
26 Andhra Pradesh Para Medical Board, Hyderabad. Health, Medical and
Family Welfare
27 Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education,
Hyderabad.
Higher Education
28 Forensic Science Laboratory, Hyderabad. Home
29 State Level Police Recruitment Board. Home
30 Society for Andhra Pradesh Network (SAPNET),
Hyderabad.
Information Technology and
Communications
(IT&C)
31 Andhra Pradesh Engineering Research Labs,
Hyderabad.
Irrigation and Command
Area Development (I&CAD)
32 Andhra Pradesh Urdu Academy, Hyderabad. Minorities Welfare
33 Andhra Pradesh Urban Services for the Poor,
Hyderabad.
Municipal Administration
and Urban Development ( MA&UD)
34 Mission for Elimination of Poverty in Municipal
Areas (MEPMA), Hyderabad.
Municipal Administration
and Urban Development ( MA&UD)
35 Andhra Pradesh Rural Livelihoods Project (P.M.U),
Hyderabad.
Panchayat Raj and Rural
Development
(PR & RD)- R.D.
36 Water Conservation Mission. Panchayat Raj and Rural
Development
(PR & RD)- R.D.
37 Society for Elimination of Rural Poverty, Hyderabad. Panchayat Raj and Rural
Development
(PR & RD)- R.D.
38 Employment Generation and Marketing Mission,
Hyderabad.
Panchayat Raj and Rural
Development
(PR & RD)- R.D.
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List of Training Institutions/Centres
Sl.No. Item Secretariat
Department
39 Andhra Pradesh State Remote Sensing Applications
Centre, Hyderabad.
Planning
40 Andhra Pradesh Open School Society, Hyderabad. School Education
41 A.P.R.E.I. Society, Hyderabad. School Education
42 Andhra Pradesh Social Welfare Residential
Educational Institutions Society
(A.P.S.W.R.E.I.), Hyderabad.
Social Welfare
43
State Agriculture Management and Extention
Training Institute (SAMETI, Hyderabad)
Agri & Coop
44 Soil Conservation Training Centre Agri & Coop
45 State Management Institute for Livestock
Development in Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad
(SMILDA)
Animal Husbandry, Dairy
Development & Fisheries
46 State Animal Husbandry Training Centre, Animal Husbandry, Dairy
Development & Fisheries
47 State Institute for Fisheries Technologies (SIFT), Animal Husbandry, Dairy
Development & Fisheries
48 Mahatma Jyothiba Phule Andhra Pradesh Backward
Classes Welfare Residential Educational Institutions
Society
B.C. Welfare
49 Andhra Pradesh Commission for Backward Classes B.C. Welfare
50 Hindi Academy,Hyderabad Higher Education
51 Telugu Academy,Hyderabad Higher Education
52 Sanskrit Academy,Hyderabad Higher Education
53 Oriental Manuscripts Library & Research
Institute,Hyderabad
Higher Education
54 AP State Archieves and Research Institute. Higher Education
55 Rajiv Gandhi University of Knowledge Technologies Higher Education
56 Jawaharlal Nehru Architecture and Fine Arts
University
Higher Education
57 Sri Padmavathi Mahila University Higher Education
58 Dravidian University Higher Education
59 Telugu University Higher Education
60 Dr.BR Ambedkar Open University Higher Education
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THE TENTH SCHEDULE
(See section 75)
CONTINUANCE OF FACILITIES IN CERTAIN STATE INSTITUTIONS
List of Training Institutions/Centres
Sl.No. Item Secretariat
Department
61
RVM (SSA ) Authority
School Education
(Primary)
62 AP Govt. Text Book Press School Education
63 State Central Library School Education
64
AP Pollution Control Board
Environment, Forests, Science &
Technology
(EFS & T)
65 AP State Bio-Diversity Board Environment, Forests, Science &
Technology
(EFS & T)
66 AP National Green Corps Environment, Forests, Science &
Technology
(EFS & T)
67 Directorate of Institute of Preventive Medicine Health, Medical & Family Welfare
68 Institute for Electronic Governance ( IEG) AP
Society for Knowledge Networks.
IT&C
69 National Institute of Urban Management (NIUM),
Hyderabad
MA&UD
70 AP State Wakf Board

Minorities Welfare
71 The Survey Commissioner of Wakfs Minorities Welfare
72 Centre for Educational Deveolopment of Minorities, Minorities Welfare
73 Dairatul Maarif, OU Hyderabad Minorities Welfare
74 AP State Haj Committee Minorities Welfare
75 .AP State Development Planning Society, PLANNING
76 Extention Training Centre Rajendranagar PR & RD
77 Extention Training Centre , Hasanparthy PR & RD
78 Extention Training Centre , Bapatla PR & RD
79 Extention Training Centre ,Samalkot PR & RD
80 Extention Training Centre,Srikalahasthi. PR & RD
81 Rajiv Education and Employment Mission in AP
(REEMAP)
PR & RD
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CONTINUANCE OF FACILITIES IN CERTAIN STATE INSTITUTIONS
List of Training Institutions/Centres
Sl.No. Item Secretariat
Department
82 Society for Rural Development Services PR & RD
83 Society for Social Audit, Accountability and
Transparency
PR & RD
84 Streenidhi Credit Cooperative Federation Ltd. PR & RD
85 Andhra Pradesh Survey Training Academy,
Hyderabad
Revenue
86 The Ambedkar Research & Training Institute for SCs Social Welfare
87 AP State Commission for SCs and STs , Social Welfare
88 Victoria Memorial Home (Residential School ). Social Welfare
89 APTW Residential Education Instituions Society
(Gurukulam)
Tribal Welfare
90 2) DR. YSR Study Circle for STs (PETC) Tribal Welfare
91 AP Women's Commission Women, Child, Disabled and Senior
Citizens
92 AP State Social Welfare Advisory Board Women,Child,Disabled and Senior
Citizens
93 State Commission for Protection of Child Rights Women,Child,Disabled and Senior
Citizens
94 The Training Centre for Teachers of Visually
Handicapped
Women,Child,Disabled and Senior
Citizens
95 Study Circle for Disabled Andhra Pradesh Women,Child,Disabled and Senior
Citizens
96 APSRTC Employees THRIFT and Credit Cooperative
Society Ltd.,
Transport
97 Truck Operators Highway Amenities Society
(TOHAS)
Transport
98 National Cadet Corps Directorate Youth Advancement Tourism and
Culture
99 Shilparamam Arts Crafts Cultural Society,
Madhapur, Hyderabad
Youth Advancement Tourism and
Culture
100 Dr.YSR National Institute of Tourism and Hospitality
Management
Youth Advancement Tourism and
Culture
101 State Institute of Correctional
Administration, Chanchalguda,
Hyderabad
Home
( Prisons)
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CONTINUANCE OF FACILITIES IN CERTAIN STATE INSTITUTIONS
List of Training Institutions/Centres
Sl.No. Item Secretariat
Department
102 AP Fire Services and Civil Defence
Training Institute
Home
( Prisons)
103
Sri Pragada Kotaiah Memorial Indian Institute of
Handloom Technology(SPKMIIHT) ,
Industries & Commerce
104 Telugu Chenetha Parishramika Shikshna Kendram, Industries & Commerce
105 Weavers Training centre , Karimnagar(WTC) Industries & Commerce
106 Powerloom Service Centre Industries & Commerce
107 Khadi Gramodyoga Maha Vidyalaya Industries & Commerce

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