ధర్మో రక్షతి రక్షితః . . . . .      సత్యమేవ జయతే . . . . .      JUDICIAL PREVIEW ....       TRANSPARENCY THROUGH JUDICIAL PREVIEW ....      న్యాయ పరమైన ముందు సమీక్ష ద్వారా పారదర్శకత . . . .      

1)Findings and Recommendations of the Hon'ble Judge, Judicial Preview, A.P., in cases of Procurement of Duel Desks for Classes I to X and painting of Government Schools in Andhra Pradesh.
2) No public objections / Suggestions received (18-03-2020 to 27-03-2020) in case of Construction of flood protection wall along the left margin of Krishna River from Kanakadurgamma Varadhi to Kotinagar at Vijayawada City in Andhra Pradesh for consideration and decision. Reserved for interaction / oral hearing with the Tender Initiating Department....
3) Findings and Recommendations of the Hon'ble Judge, Judicial Preview, A.P., in case of Strengthening / Upgradation of AHs (Area Hospitals) and CHCs (Community Health Centres in YSR Kapada & East Godavari Districts..
4) Findings and Recommendations of the Hon'ble Judge, Judicial Preview, A.P., in case of E-procurement and supply of 03 (Three) Pairs of Uniform Cloth to the students studying from class - I to X in Govt Schools in Andhra Pradesh..

Our Emblem

Our Emblem



We all know that the State of Andhra Pradesh, practically born on 02-06-2014, is the Sunrise state. The State is flourishing progressively as a rising sun, which is reflecting in the emblem from its entire circle of a sun with the sun rays from the 108 serrated edges. It can also be taken as Sudarshan Chakra, the reflection of progress by elimination of all types of evils, to protect the interests of the common man and public money.

The circled emblem reflects in it the three inner circles in three colours viz., Saffron (for sacrifice & patriotism), White (for truth & purity in thought and action) and Green (for growth with fertility and sound health) which are the three colors of the national flag. In the cream coloured portion inside the three circles at the top middle, the national emblem with its logo - is the indicative of our work is not merely in the interest of the State but of the nation within the frame work of Dharma and Nyaya. The Ashok Chakra in the national emblem reflects the national pride from our unity and strength.

The Scales of the balance at the left side of the national emblem - symbolizes that the decision process in the judicial preview is fair and just with assurance that the scales will equally balance with equanimity and will not tilt on either side. The magnifying glass at the right side of the national emblem portrays the focus on objective justice by close and careful scrutiny for transparency.

The Andhra Pradesh State map with its alignment represents the whole state after the bifurcation dated 02.06.2014. The pictorial forms of the dams, power projects and ports include the areas in the cream coloured portion around the state are the priorities of the state government among several. The paddy grain of its leaf crest in gold colour within saffron coloured circle is the indication to achieve high agricultural growth to meet the contemporary requirements of the nation.

The symbolic significance of Swastik at the saffron circle is that it represents auspiciousness, peace and prosperity from good governance in the state. The six pointed stars (two in the white circle and one in the green circle) as a hexagram is the symbol for excellence to achieve.

The Sanskrit words "Dharmo Rakshati Rakshitaha" with upanishad base, reflects the national theme of India, the Bharat, meant Dharma protects the one who protects it to mean the rulers and the ruled are duty bound by Dharma i.e., the rulers must follow what is Dharma known as (Raja Dharma) to protect the public interest for common good and for the public to emulate and follow the Dharmic path, else it leads to Anarchy. The Sanskrit words "Satyameva Jayate" drawn from the Mundaka Upanishad meant 'Truth Alone Triumphs' always and not falsehood, which is the national motto for everyone to be true, that what reflects at the bottom and as part of the national emblem.

In between the words in telugu "Nyayasameeksha-tho-Paradarsakatha" means "Transparency through Judicial Preview" which is the very object of the State Legislation (The Infrastructure (Transparency through Judicial Preview) Act, 34 of 2019) to achieve i.e., to protect the State by conservation of public money on the construction of projects with efficiency by preview of the tender process with mature legal knowledge and progressive outlook by Judicial mind as also reflecting from the Telugu words in the green circle of Paripakwata for parirakshita from the Judicial preview for transparency.

The words Judge Judicial Preview in the circle white in color represents the commitment of the Government to conduct Judicial Preview by a Judge for transparency.

The words Government of Andhra Pradesh represent Jurisdiction of the institution for the whole state of Andhra Pradesh.

The essence of the logo relies on the Telugu words at the bottom of the Green circle - Nyayaparamaina mundu sameeksha dwara paradarsakatha to mean transparency shall be attained by conducting Judicial Preview which is the theme behind (from the Aim and Objects) of the legislation viz., "The Infrastructure (Transparency through Judicial Preview) Act,2019" (Act No.34 of 2019).

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