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INDIAN BARE ACTS

– The Andhra Pradesh Prevention of Begging Rules, 2006

GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH
ABSTRACT
Social Welfare Department – The Andhra Pradesh Prevention of Begging Act, 1977 (Act 12 of
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1977) – The Andhra Pradesh Prevention of Begging Rules, 2006 – Draft Rules - Issued.
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SOCIAL WELFARE (BUD.2) DEPARTMENT
G.O. Ms.No. 8                       Dated: 10.03.2006
                     Read the following:-

G.O. Ms. No. 90, Social Welfare (Bud.2) Dept., dated 13.12.2005.
O R D E R:

The following draft of the Andhra Pradesh Prevention of Begging Rules, 2006,
which is proposed to make in exercise of the powers conferred by section 33 of the
Andhra Pradesh Prevention of Begging Act, 1977 (Andhra Pradesh Act No. 12 of 1977),
is hereby published for general information as required by sub-section (1) of section 33 of
the Act. 

Notice is hereby given that the said draft will be taken into consideration after a
period of thirty days form the date of publication of the draft Rules in the Andhra Pradesh
Gazette and that any objections or suggestions which may be received from any person
with respect thereto, before the expiry of the said period will be considered by the
Government. 

Objections and suggestions should be addressed to the Principal Secretary to
Government, Social Welfare Department, Andhra Pradesh, Secretariat, Hyderabad.  

The draft Andhra Pradesh Prevention of Begging Rules, 2006
Chapter – I

1. SHORT TITLE AND COMMENCEMENT:
 These Rules may be called the Andhra Pradesh Prevention of Begging Rules 2006. 

2. DEFINITIONS:
 In these rules, unless any thing is repugnant in the subject or context: 

(a)  “Act” means Andhra Pradesh Prevention of Begging Act, 1977;
(b) The ‘Authorized Officer’ means any Police Officer, not below the rank of a Sub
Inspector of  Police or any Revenue Officer not below the rank of a Mandal
Revenue Officer or some other official of such kind authorized by the
Government to arrest such a person found Begging or maintaining Beggars in
contravention of the Act.
  (c) Words and expressions used but not defined in these rules shall have the
meaning respectively assigned to them in the Act. 

3. Begging in a public place is an offence : 

 Begging in a public place is an offence.  Any person who is found begging in a
public place shall be an offence and is punishable under Section 27 of the Act or the
Rules made there under.
Chapter – II
4. ARREST OF BEGGARS AND THE PROCEDURE FOR COMMITTING THEM TO
CERTIFIED INSTITUTIONS: 

(1) Any Authorized Officer may arrest without warrant any person who is begging in
public place. The Municipal Commissioner/Local Body shall provide necessary
assistance to the authorized officer in identification of beggars, arresting them and to
produce before the Court.  Necessary official machinery and transport may be provided
by the local bodies, to the authorized officer wherever required.  The persons so arrested
may be informed as soon as may be, the grounds of such arrest and shall be produced
with in a period of 24 hours of such arrest excluding the time necessary for the journey
from the place of arrest to the Court, together with a report explaining the circumstances
under which the arrest was made. 

(2) The Court shall, as soon as may be, order the person to be taken before a
Medical Officer, not below the rank of an Assistant Surgeon, and the medical officer
shall, after examining such person, prepare and forward a medical report to the Court
regarding the age and physical capacity for ordinary manual labour of such person. 

(3) The Medical Officer referred to in Sub Rule 2 shall state in the medical report
referred to therein, inter alia, enter the following details in a Health Register maintained
by him.
(a) the age and sex of the person; 

(b) whether the person is suffering from leprosy;
from what, if any, communicable disease other than leprosy, the person is
suffering;
(c) whether the person is an idiot or of unsound mind; and
(d) what is the general state of health and bodily condition of the person and for
which kind of work, if any, he is fit, in the nearest court, by the authorized officer;
(e) Those requiring medical treatment shall be attended to by the Medical Officer in
the Centre or sent to any Government Hospital;
(f) The health of every inmate shall be examined by the Medical Officer once in
every fortnight and the result thereof noted in the history report of the inmate.
  5 (1) The Court after receipt of the medical report make a summary enquiry into the
facts and circumstances of the case and also age, character and the physical capacities
for ordinary manual labour of the person produced before it. 

(2) During such inquiry the Court shall explain to such person the facts alleged
against him in the report of the Authorized Officer and record any statement which he
may wish to make with reference thereto.
(3) If such person disputes the correctness of the report of the authorized officer in
any material respect, the Court shall proceed, as nearly as may be, in accordance with
the procedure laid down for the trail of summons cases in the Code of Criminal
Procedure, 1973. 

(4) If the inquiry cannot be completed forthwith the Court may adjourn it, from time to
time and order the person to be remanded to such place and custody as may be
convenient.
(5) For the purposes of inquiry, the Court may examine the Medical Officer as a
witness and shall reduce the examination to writing.
6 (1) If on completion of inquiry the Court is satisfied that the person was not guilty of
offence punishable under Act, it shall order that such person shall be released forthwith.
(2) If on completion of the inquiry the Court is satisfied that such person is guilty of
the offence under the Act, it shall record a declaration that the person is a beggar and
shall make further orders as provided in sub-rule (3) or sub-rule (4) or sub-rule (5) as the
case may be and the person to be taken before the Medical Officer. 

(3) If the Court finds that the person who is declared a beggar under sub-rule (2) is a
child, it may, subject to the provisions of Section 7, deal with the case in any manner
specified in Section 28 of the Andhra Pradesh (Andhra Area) Children, Act 1920, in
accordance with the provisions of that Act. 

(4) If the Court finds that the person who is declared a beggar under sub-rule (2) has
completed sixteen years of age and is physically capable of ordinary manual labour, it
may, instead of sentencing him under Section 27, order his detention in a workhouse for
a specified period not less than one year but not exceeding three years: 

 Provided that if the Court is satisfied from the circumstances of the case that the
person declared a beggar under sub-rule (2) is not likely to beg again, it may;
(i) instead of releasing him on probation of good conduct under clause (ii)
release such person after due admonition on his giving an undertaking in
writing that he will not again commit an offence under section 3 of the Act. 

(ii)  direct that he be released on his entering into a bond with or without sureties
to appear and receive sentence when called upon during such period as the
court may direct and in the mean time to be of good behavior.
  (5) If the Court finds that the person who is declared a beggar under sub-rule (2) has
completed sixteen years of age but is not physically capable of ordinary manual labour, it
may instead of sentencing him under Section 27, order his detention in a special home
for such period as the Court may deem fit. 

7. Beggars who are not immediately released by the Designated Officer shall be
searched in his presence and any cash or other valuables found with them shall be
taken for safe custody and noted in a Register of Properties.
8 (1) The Designated Officer shall make all necessary arrangements for feeding,
accommodation and medically treating (if required) the beggars during the time of their
retention in the Centre and for conveying them to the Court, Hospital and Relief Centres.
(2) The Receiving Officer shall also attend and aid the Court in dealing with the
cases of beggars produced before it for enquiry and orders.
(3) Whenever a beggar is sent to a Relief Centre by a Designated      Officer, the
person in charge shall enquire into the particulars to be recorded in an Inmate Register.
(4) The particulars contained in an extract of the Property Register sent from the
Receiving Centre with the beggar concerned shall be verified and transferred to a
Register of the Properties and Income.
(5) After the preliminaries are over, each inmate shall be given a disinfectant bath
and immediately supplied with clothing, the clothing worn by him at the time being
destroyed, if it is in rags or in a filthy or shabby condition.
(6) The beggars identified/arrested may be classified into the following categories
with the help of a Medical Officer, wherever it is required;
a.   Diseased and Leprosy effected
b.   Disabled
c.    Mentally unsound
d.    Minors, child beggars and street children.
e.    Aged
f.    Able bodied
g.   Any other  

Males, females and children and each group shall, as far as possible, be
accommodated separately from the rest.  Care shall be taken that inmates suffering from
the infectious disease do not mingle with others. 

(7) In case of able bodied adult beggars, some of them are destitute,
while others may still be staying with their families. In either of those situations, anti-
beggary regulations shall be enforced strictly and severely.
(8) The Officer-in-charge shall see that every beggar is provided prescribed diet at
prescribed times, three times a day.
  (9) In the case of sick persons the diet may be altered either in regard to the scale or
ingredient on the advice of the Medical Officer and the fact recorded in the History
Report. 

(10) The Superintendent/Warden/Incharge of the Home shall personally supervise the
distribution of food to each inmate.
(11) The food shall be cooked under the supervision of one of the staff who shall be
detained for the work by a person In-charge.
(12) The person In-charge shall also visit the kitchen at least once a day and see that
the place and utensils are kept clean and tidy and that the cooking is done with care and
in time.
(13) Every beggar shall get the following articles of clothing and bedding for his use:
Male- 2 pairs of dresses.
Female- 2 Sarees with petticoats and blouses
Bedding Material
One blanket, two bed sheets, one mat, one pillow. 

 The above are to be provided once in every year.
(14) All inmates except the sick shall bath every day.  Every male member shall be
provided cosmetic charges of Rs. 50 per month for purchase of soaps and oils in
addition to an amount of Rs. 5 per month for barber charges.
(15) Every female member shall be provided cosmetic charges of Rs. 75 per month
for purchase of soaps, oils etc. 

(16) The Officer-in-charge shall see that every inmate keeps his person as well as the
clothing, bedding and other articles given to him neat and tidy.
(17) Every inmate shall wash his own clothing at least once a week, usually on
Sundays and at such other times as the officer-in-charge may direct.  In special cases,
however, when any inmate is physically unable to do so, it shall be arranged to have it
done by the staff of the Centre. 

(18) Such inmate whom the officer-in-charge considers fit for work, shall do the work
allotted to him.  In allotting work due regard shall be paid to any ailment from which an
inmate may be suffering.
(19) Arrangements shall be made to impart elementary education, training in arts and
crafts, training in agriculture and poultry, establishment of an industry and primary
education to the inmates.
(20) Daily hours of work shall not exceed six and the wages earned by an inmate
under a system of wages prescribed by separate Rules shall be deposited and paid to
him at the time of discharge.
  Chapter – III 

9. CERTIFIED INSTITUTIONS

Certified Institutions are to be Established as per the following sub-rules 1 & 2 of
Section 11 and sub-rules 1, 2 & 3 of  Section 12 of the Act. 

(1) The Government shall establish and maintain one or more Work-Houses and one
or more Special Homes at such place or places as they think fit; or may certify any
Institution not established and maintained by the Government, to be a Work House or
Special Home for the purpose of this Act, 

(2) Separate accommodation for males and females shall be provided in each such
Certified Institutions.
(3) Every Certified Institution shall be under the charge of a Superintendent who shall
exercise such powers and perform such functions as are assigned to him by or under this
Act.
(4) Every Certified Institution shall make provision for the residence, maintenance,
physical exercise and medical care of its inmates.
(5) Every Certified Institution may, for general public, uplift of its inmates, provide the
following:
i) Training in arts and crafts;
ii) Training in agriculture and poultry;
iii) Establishment of an industry;
iv) Primary education;
v) Education in morals and conduct in every day life;
vi) Health and medical care.
Chapter – IV

10. PROCEDURE TO BE FOLLOWED ON ORDER OF DETENTION: 

(1) When a person has been ordered to be detained in a Certified Institution, the
Court which ordered the detention shall forthwith forward him to the nearest Certified
Institution with a copy of the order of detention and the person shall thereupon be
handed over to the custody of the Superintendent of the Institution, who shall detain him
in the Institution. 

(2) When any such person has been sentenced to imprisonment, the Court passing
the sentence of imprisonment, shall forthwith forward a warrant to a jail in which he is to
be confined and shall forward him to such jail with the warrant together with a copy of the
order of detention.  After the sentence of imprisonment is fully executed, the officer
executing it shall, if detention in a Certified Institution for any period remains to be undergone by such person, forward him forthwith together with the copy of the order of
detention to the nearest Certified Institution.
Chapter - V 

11. DISTRICT AND LOCAL ADVISORY COMMITTEES AND PREVENTIVE
MEASURES: 

(1) Constitution of District Advisory Committee:

A District Advisory Committee may be constituted in every District with the
following members:
(a) Collector and District Magistrate    - Chairman
(b) Superintendent of Police    - Member
(c) Chief Executive Officer (ZP)               - Member
(d) All Municipal Commissioners               - Members
(e) Deputy Director (SW)               - Member/Convenor
(f) District Medical & Health Officer   - Member
(g) District Women and Child Welfare Officer            - Member
(h) District Leprosy Officer    - Member
(i) Assistant Director (Disabled Welfare)  - Member
(j) And also two other persons nominated by each local authority for whose local
area the Certified Institutions are established or certified. 

(2) Local Advisory Committee at the Revenue Division Level: 

A Local Advisory Committee may be constituted in every Revenue Division with
the following members: 

(a) Revenue Divisional Officer   - Chairman
(b) Sub Divisional Police Officer   - Member
(c) Assistant Social Welfare Officer  - Member/Convenor
(d) Deputy District Medical & Health Officer - Member
(e) Mandal Revenue Officer of  the
Revenue Department    - Member
(f) Mandal Parishat Development Officer  - Member
(g) One NGO in the concerned field  - Member 

12. FUNCTIONS AND POWERS OF THE ADVISORY
COMMITTEES:

The functions to be performed and the powers to be exercised by the District and
Local Advisory Committees shall include the following:
  (1) The survey of Beggars is to be conducted by the Municipal Commissioner of the
concerned Municipality in the Urban Area and the Mandal Parishad Development Officer
with the assistance of the Village Secretaries at the village level.  The District Advisory
Committee Headed by the District Collector has to take up a consolidated effort to
provide rehabilitation and other measures.  The Deputy Director, Social Welfare, has to
provide the necessary funds for the identification and rehabilitative Scheme.  Each
District shall identify the number of beggars category wise, and the areas where the
beggary is prevalent in the District. 

(2) Identify the areas and public places i.e., public street, traffic junctions, places of
public conveyance like Bus Stations, premises of Railway Stations, within public
transport, like Buses, Railway Carriages and public places where the beggars take
shelter, in municipal and gram panchayat  areas, where begging is commonly found. 

(3) The District Collector along with the members of the District Advisory Committee
shall work out and plan a strategy of rehabilitation for the beggars basing on the survey;
for the beggars who are diseased, disabled and aged, as a majority of these beggars,
constitute those that are deserted by their family members, are homeless and living on
streets. 

(4) The District and Local Advisory Committees may identify areas and gangs/
persons involved in maintaining the groups of child beggars or street children, who will
be encouraging the child beggars and street children to resort to begging, with an
intention to exploit the children, and solicit or receive alms. The Government machinery
and Authorized Officer shall take action to arrest them and produce them in the Court for
taking criminal action against such persons.
(5) The District Advisory Committee can make recommendations to the Government
to apply the provisions of the Act if required to any specified area.
(6) The beggars after identification by the Committee, can be admitted in the Child
Beggar Homes maintained by the Social Welfare Department or Homes run by any NGO
and provide vocational training and rehabilitative measures.
(7) The District Advisory Committee may also sanction the budget required to
maintain child beggar homes run by the Social Welfare Department or Homes specified
from the Budget allotted to the Social Welfare Department.  The Committee can also
request the Government to consider to provide additional budget for the rehabilitative
measures to prevent the begging in the District. 

(8) The Deputy Director, Social Welfare is the Member/Convenor of the District
Advisory Committee and will carry out the policy and measures approved by the District
Advisory Committee subject to the general orders of the Government.
(9) The District/Local Advisory Committee or any member thereof may visit at all
reasonable times and after due notice to the Superintendent of any Certified Institutions.
13. MEETINGS AND PROCEDURES:
      (1) The District and Local Advisory Committees shall be convened for the
transaction of ordinary business once a quarter in the months of January, April, July and
October. 

(2) The Chairman of the District /Local Advisory Committee will preside over all the
meetings of the Committee and in his absence any member selected by the
Chairman/Committee for the time being will do so.
(3) Every Member of the Committee will  be given notice of an ordinary meeting at
least 7 days before the commencement of the meeting.
(4) The Agenda of the meeting will be forwarded to the members at least 7 days
before the meeting.
(5) Special Meeting of the Committee may also be convened by the Chairman at any
time and notice will be accompanied by the Agenda of the special motions to be
discussed there at.
(6) All points of order relating to the admissibility of a subject for discussion or to the
conduct of business at meetings will be decided by the Chairman and his decision shall
be final.
(7) Any subject not disposed of at any original or adjourned meeting shall be
deemed to have lapsed and may be brought up afresh again at any subsequent
meeting.
(8) A copy of the minutes of each meeting shall be sent to each member as early as
possible after it is over.
(9) The Local Advisory Committee shall adopt rules similar to the above for holding
its meeting and any modifications considered necessary therein may be made with the
approval of the District Advisory Committee. 

(10) The Local Advisory Committee also shall meet quarterly and carry out
programmes given by the Government or District Advisory Committee.  The budget
received for the identification of the beggars and their rehabilitative measures shall be
met from the budgets of Local bodies or Social Welfare Department. 

(11) The minutes of the Local Advisory Committee Meeting shall be forwarded to the
Chairman of the District Advisory Committee along
with the action taken report for any further follow up action.
Chapter – VI

14. FORMATION OF A STATE COMMITTEE:

In order to have a better coordination and implementation of the prevention of
beggary in the State, a State Committee may be constituted with the following: 

Chief Secretary     - Chairman
Principal Secretary, Home Department  - Member
Principal Secretary, Social Welfare Dept.  - Member/ Convenor
Principal Secretary, Panchayat Raj Dept.  - Member
Principal Secretary, Medical & Health Dept . -  Member
Secretary, MA & UD Dept.    - Member
Principal Secretary, WD , CW & DW Dept.  - Member
Secretary, Finance  Dept.    - Member
 The Committee will review once in 6 months the progress made in the
implementation of the Act.
Chapter - VII
15. BUDGET:

(1) The Budget required for implementation of the prevention of Begging in the State
is to be provided by the Government which in turn should be released to the
Commissioner, Social Welfare for effective implementation.
(2) The Commissioner, Social Welfare has to release the budget to the Deputy
Director, Social Welfare of the District in order to submit to the District Advisory
Committee for implementation of the programmes through the Local Advisory
Committees to prevent begging in the District.
  Chapter - VIII

16. INSTITUTIONS FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF RELIEF AND REHABILITATION:

(1) On receiving budget from the Commissioner, Social Welfare, the Deputy
Director, Social Welfare shall submit to the Chairman/District Advisory Committee for its
effective utilization in Child Beggar Homes run by the Government or Homes run by the
NGOs. 

(2) The staff incharge of the Child Beggar Home shall be assisted by a
establishment and the strength of the staff shall be sanctioned by the Government.  The
staff of the Home shall carry out the duties prescribed to him and also to maintain all the
registers prescribed. 

(3) The Staff of the Home/Centre shall attend duties during the timings prescribed by
the District Advisory Committee and the incharge of the Home shall also visit during
nights and satisfy himself/herself that every thing is in order and that the night duty
watch and ward persons are alert.   

(4) He/She shall maintain a diary of work attended to by him/her daily.
(5) All complaints of the inmates shall be recorded by him/her in a Register of
complaints and he/she will either redress any genuine grievance himself/herself or
submit a report on it to the Deputy Director, Social Welfare in order to submit to the
District Advisory Committee. 

(6) The daily attendance of the Beggars at each Home/Centre shall be exhibited on
a notice board.
17. DAILY ROUTINE AND DISCIPLINE:

(1) All inmates except the sick shall rise at 6 a.m. and get into bed at 9 p.m. every
day.  The several hours shall be announced by ringing a bell.
(2) Rolls shall be called twice daily by the Warden on duty at 11 a.m. and 4.30 p.m.
(3) Inmates shall behave in an orderly manner and be respectful to the authorities
and visitors to the Home/Centre.
(4) The inmates shall not gamble, sing, make any loud noise, quarrel, use
threatening or abusive language or cause intentional annoyance to other inmates or
cause intentional annoyance to other inmates or to any member of the establishment.
(5) No inmates shall bring or cause to be brought into the Home/Centre or make use
of tobacco, spirits or luxuries of other description except when permitted by the person in
charge on medical
grounds. 

(6) No inmate shall cause damage or injury to the officer-in-charge, Warden and
other persons having authority to exercise control over the inmates.
  (7) The inmates shall not cause damage or injury to the property of the
Home/Centre. 

(8) The inmates shall obey the lawful orders of the officer-in-charge/Warden and
other persons having authority to exercise control over the inmates.
 18. PUNISHMENTS:
The Officer-in-charge may award any of the following punishments for breach of
any of the rules or for insubordination or misbehaviour : 

(1) Formal warning;
(2) Forfeiture of privileges such as permission to go out or receive visits for a period
not exceeding three months;
(3) Reduction in number of quantity of meals;
(4) Imposition of extra work; 

19. DISCHARGE AND PERMISSION:
(1) A Beggar may obtain an order of discharge from the Magistrate or permission to
go out for short periods from the officer-in-charge on being able to show to their
satisfaction that he will lead a normal life and not resort to begging if discharged or
permitted. 

(2) A Beggar may be discharged at any time if any interested relative or friend
undertakes to take care of him and not to allow him to beg and executes a surety bond
to that effect to the satisfaction of the Court.
(3) All cases, of discharge or permission shall be listed from time to time and
submitted to the District Advisory Committee for information.
(4) On the day of discharge or permission the state of health and weight of the
inmate concerned shall be recorded by the Medical Officer in the History Report.  The
belongings of the inmate shall be handed over to him under his signature or thumb
impression. 

Chapter - IX

20. ARREST AND PROSECUTION:
 Any Police Officer or Such Other Officer as may be authorized by the
Government in this behalf shall usually act under the instructions of the Officer-InCharge of the Home/Centre in performing the duties under the provisions of the Act. 

The Duties include the following:
(1) Arresting persons found begging (Section 3(1)(2),4(1) and 10 of the Act) and
removing them to the nearest Receiving Centre.
(2) Producing such persons before the nearest Magistrate having jurisdiction as
often as may be necessary (Sections 4(2) of the Act) after the Officer-In-Charge of the
receiving Centre has enquired into their cases.
  (3) Removing beggars from the Home/Centre to the other Home/Centre under the
orders of the Receiving Officer. 

(4) Re-arresting beggars who abscond without an order of discharge or permission
or resort to begging after obtaining such an order or permission and producing them
before the Magistrate (Section 22(2) and 27(2) of the Act)
(5) Arrest of abettors and their prosecution before a Court of law (Section 27 of the
Act).
(6) Removing Beggars to the jail when sentences of imprisonment are passed in
cases under Sections 19.
(7) Aiding enquiries by the receiving officer as ordered by the Magistrate, by tracing
the relatives and properties of Beggars and by ascertaining the solvency or otherwise of
sureties offered (Section 9(2)(a) of the Act). 

(8) Attending to other duties when directed by the Chairman in this behalf.
Chapter - X

21. MISCELLANEOUS: 

(1) A child below 7 years of age in the care of its mother who is committed to the
Home/Relief Centre may also be permitted to remain with her if it cannot be placed with
any relative or otherwise provided for.  If any question arises as to whether a child is
below 7 years of age or not, it shall be determined by the Officer-In-Charge. 

(2) A child born after the committal of its mother may remain with her.
(3) Arrangements shall be made to maintain and train all children above 7 years and
below 12 years of age either in the Home/Relief Centre or outside when any relative or
other trustworthy person is forthcoming.
(4) If any Religious or Charitable Body or individual offers on festival occasions,
small luxuries in the shape of fruits and  sweetmeats, they may be received by the
Officer-In-Charge in his discretion and distributed to well behaved Inmates.  If cash is
received, fruits and sweets shall be purchased and distributed. 

(5) Any relation of any inmate may be permitted to visit him by the Officer-In-Charge.
Such visits shall be once in 15 days and shall not exceed 30 minutes in duration.  In
case of grave illness more frequent visits may be allowed by the person incharge at his
discretion. 

(6) Daily prayers may be arranged according to the faith and persuasion of the
Inmates.  Arrangements shall also be made to give simple moral instructions once a
week to all inmates.
  (7) The rules, regulating the working of the Homes/Relief Centres run by the
Government/NGOs shall be adopted by Local Advisory Committee with such changes as
are considered necessary. 

(8) Beggars may be transferred from one Home/Centre to another Home/Centre
under the orders of the Chairman of the District Advisory Committee.
(BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF GOVERNOR OF ANDHRA PRADESH) 

AJOYENDRA PYAL
Principal Secretary to Government
To
 The Commissioner of Printing, Stationery and
Stores Purchase, A.P., Hyderabad.
(for publication in the extraordinary gazette and
supply 1000 copies to this Department)
All Departments in the Secretariat
(with a request to communicate to the offices
under their control)
All Heads of Departments
All District Collectors
The Director General of Police, A.P., Hyderabad
The P.S. to Special Secretary to Chief Minister
The Commissioner of Social Welfare, A.P. Hyderabad
The Commissioner of Tribal Welfare, A.P. Hyderabad
The Registrar, High Court of A.P. Hyderabad
The Law (J) Department Copy to :
The P.S. to M(SW&TW)/Home
The P.S. to Chief Secretary to Government
The Special Secretary to C.M. SOCIAL WELFARE DEPARTMENT
Refresher Course for TWO days to the Cooks, Kamatis & Watchmen
Course Co-Ordinator :: Deputy Director (SW) of concerned District
Date : (1
st
 Day)…………………………………
9.00 AM to   9.30 AM                         : : Registration
9.30 AM to 10.00 AM                      ::  Inauguration
10.00 AM to 11.30 AM  ::  Nutritional Awareness By CHF
11.30 AM to 11.45 AM  ::  Tea Break
11.45 AM to 1.15 PM  ::  Personal Health & Hygiene Sanitation of
Hostel – Medical Awareness & First Aid
By CHF
2.00 PM to 3.15 PM  ::  Food Adulteration & Brand Awareness
by CHF
3.15 PM  to 3.30 PM  : : Tea Break
3.30 PM to 5.00PM  : : Demonstration by the Consumer Health
Foundation
Date : (2
nd
  Day)…………………………………
10.00 AM to 11.15 AM                         : : Water Management & Providing safe
drinking water by CHF
11.15 AM to 11.30 AM                      ::  Tea Break
11.30 AM to 1.00 PM  ::  Maintenance of Stores, Kitchen & Dining
Hall by CHF
1.00  PM to 1.45 PM  ::  Lunch Break
1.45  PM to 2.45 PM  ::  Job Chart of workers and Administrative
Matters by DD/ASWO
2.45 PM to 3.00 PM  :: Tea Break
3.00 PM to 4.30 PM  ::  Competitions of demonstrate cooking
skills by the participants
4.30 PM to 5.00 PM   : : Feed back from participants
GUIDELINES FOR CONDUCTING PROGRAMME :
1. Select 100 participants for 2 day training program
2. Select only 60 workers from Cooks, Kamatis & Watchman among the District
Hostels & the balance can be covered in a different programme.
3. Select any two ASWOs (Male & Female ) 4. Select any 10 Hostel Welfare Officers (male and female)
5. Select 2 students leaders each from 15 hostels from those who do not appear
for Public Examinations
6. Deputy Director (SW) and DSWO should compulsorily  attend
7. Involve DMHO, Municipal Health Officer and Nutritional and experts from
medical college from the Department of Social & Preventive Medicine
8. District Collector and Non-Official ({Public Representative) may be involved in
Inauguration/Velediction
Joint Director concerned will Co-Ordinate and Supervise
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