Telangana, Andhra Pradesh governments issue guidelines for staff

The AP and TS governments have jointly issued guidelines for inter-state transfer of government employees.

Published: 09th August 2017 02:17 AM  |   Last Updated: 09th August 2017 09:49 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

HYDERABAD:  The AP and TS governments have jointly issued guidelines for inter-state transfer of government employees between AP and TS, which was a long pending demand of employees post-bifurcation of united AP. A memo was issued jointly by AP chief secretary Dinesh Kumar and TS chief secretary SP Singh. Earlier, both states constituted a committee on inter-state transfers on spouse grounds, mutual transfers of local cadre — district/zonal/multi-zonal and mutual transfer of state cadre employees. As per the committee’s recommendations, guidelines were framed now.


  • Employees seeking inter-state transfer have to apply to the HODs concerned through proper channel within a month from July 7  
  • Applications will be processed and orders issued as per the prescribed procedure laid down preferably within two months
  • Transfer of local or state cadre employees either on spouse grounds or on mutual basis as provided under para 5(2)(C) and 5(2)(d) of Presidential Order shall only be considered 
  • Transfers are permissible one time in the entire service of the employees. 
  • As the transfer is on request basis, the employee is not entitled for any 
  • TA and DA claim
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