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July 22, 2013 at 4:29 pm #69059AnonymousGuest
I’ve been serving as an Assistant Teacher in a Government aided school since 01.10.2007 with P.B- 9000-40500 and GP 4800. Now I’ve been selected as WBCS Gr. A services officer with P.B 15600-42000; G.P-5400. According to advertisement of PSCWB at the time of application, I had informed my present employer about that I am going to appear as an aspirant of WBCS (Exe) etc. 2011 examination. Now my question is may I get service continuation? Another information I’d like to mention here that I was as a general candidate in school service but here I had appeared as a OBC category candidate.
Please advise; with regards-
AgastyaAugust 13, 2013 at 8:09 pm #78496AnonymousGuest
1)To calculate the pension, your previous years of service will be counted.
2) There is no problem.August 14, 2013 at 3:48 pm #78505AnonymousGuest
Thank you, but what process I’ve to follow at the time of joining to the new post. To get gpf continuation what I’ve to do?August 15, 2013 at 4:24 am #78508AnonymousGuest
@ herojmaity: your past experience will be recorded in your service book after joining the new service.
as the previous employer provident fund scheme (CPF) is different from the new employer (GPF), you will not get GPF continuation. you may surrender the CPF account and withdraw the whole amount. This amount consists two parts a) provident fund (incl. employee + employer contribution with interest) and b) pensionery benefit due to CPF contribution (a fraction of amount obtained in a). ) . a new GPF account will be opened after joining new service but before completion of 1 year and GPF subscription will be deducted after 1 year compulsorily.August 15, 2013 at 4:48 pm #78511AnonymousGuest
Dear nemo, with due respect, please tell me why he was in CPF scheme ? He joined as an asst. teacher on 01/10/2007. How and why he was in CPF ?August 16, 2013 at 1:44 pm #78513AnonymousGuest
@ mihiracharya: dear friend, i regret that i had overlooked the information that herojmaity was in govt. aided school. then it must be GPF. No question of CPF. CPF may come in case of Non-Govt. aided institutions. thank you for pointing out my mistake.
@ herojmaity: GPF account number will be same and will be continued for the new job. sorry for the previous comment.August 21, 2013 at 3:36 pm #78550AnonymousGuest
Thanks a lot. After joining my new job I’d apply to the concerned department for continuation of job and pursue my service book of old job;
is it the process to get continuation? Does there any govt. rule or order regarding this? If yes please provide me that.
AgastyaSeptember 21, 2013 at 3:49 pm #78703AnonymousGuest
” title=”Very Happy” />October 6, 2013 at 6:44 pm #78778AnonymousGuestherojmaity wrote:I’ve been serving as an Assistant Teacher in a Government aided school since 01.10.2007 with P.B- 9000-40500 and GP 4800…….. Now I’ve been selected as WBCS Gr. A services ……Now my question is may I get service continuation?nemo wrote:@ herojmaity: your past experience will be recorded in your service book after joining the new service.nemo wrote:@ mihiracharya: dear friend, i regret that i had overlooked the information that herojmaity was in govt. aided school. then it must be GPF. No question of CPF. CPF may come in case of Non-Govt. aided institutions. …….
Strictly speaking, there is no term like “Govt. aided schools” in use in our state. The term is loosely used. It’s a very common mistake. All the schools which are in receipt of grants in aid are designated as “Non-Govt. aided schools”. Pls find the appropriate term in the ROPA, 2009 for teachers and, recent State Govt’s Notification for conversion of schools.
As I understand, in this case, there is no provision for counting of past service in new State Govt. service as the service of Asst. Teacher in an aided school is purely a non-govt. service under private management. Aided schools are not regarded as Govt. Educational Institutions. Teachers of aided schools are not covered by the clause “Govt. employees”. No financial benefit in pay fixation will be available. Past Services under State/Central Government/Statutory body/Government undertaking/Nationalized Bank/ Autonomous body and Military Service count as qualifying service (WB Finance Deptt. Memo No. 7091-F dt. 17.9.86 and No. 11322 dt. 4.10.89 [No. 849-F (Pen) dt. 9.4.94 No. 1874-F (Pen) dt. 1.12.94] (Rules 186, 193 & 194. Relate to counting of military service).
Pls note the Pay rules 42A (1) & (2) and coherent Notes in WBSR Part-I, particularly Notes-1 & 3 under sub-rule 2. Pls react if I am wrong!October 7, 2013 at 4:43 pm #78783AnonymousGuest
Dear donyi_polo,Quote:Strictly speaking, there is no term like “Govt. aided schools” in use in our state. The term is loosely used. It’s a very common mistake. All the schools which are in receipt of grants in aid are designated as “Non-Govt. aided schools”.
According to the rules of Management of Recognized Non – Government Institutions (Aided and Unaided) 1969, as per Govt. Notification No. 1598-Edn(S) dated 15/07/69 , there are two divisions- (i) Aided and (ii)Unaided.
Mostly we are designated as “Recognized Non-Govt. Aided Institutions”. Whether we get salary and other benefit from the Govt.,normally we say (use),we are in “Govt. aided schools”. But it will be the term”Recognized Non-Govt Aided Institutions (School)”.
Please look at the following Notice:-
IMPORTANT NOTICE FROM DIS(SE),SOUTH 24 PGS:- Regarding HRA OF TEACHING AND NON TEACHING STAFFS OF ALL GOVT/GOVT AIDED/GOVT SPONSORED SCHOOLS AND MADRASAH
They also used the terms-GOVT AIDED
Thanks a lot.October 7, 2013 at 7:05 pm #78784AnonymousGuest
Dear mihiracharya,mihiracharya wrote:….Whether we get salary and other benefit from the Govt.,normally we say (use),we are in “Govt. aided schools”.
Yes, that’s why I commented thatdonyi_polo wrote:….The term is loosely used. It’s a very common mistake…..
My intention was to remove the conflict in the use of the terms “Non-Govt. aided” and “Govt aided”. ” title=”Smile” /> I stressed on the terms “Govt.” and “Non-Govt.” and not on “Recognized” simply because it’s needless to say that a school which receives govt. aid is a “recognized” educational institution. There is no doubt in it. Actually, I had no confusion in the use of the appropriate term “Recognized Non-Govt. aided school”. I reiterate that the term “Govt. aided” is not appropriate. It’s a common mistake which is done unknowingly!
Anyway, I have failed to locate the term “Govt. aided” in the text of the DI’s Notice and earlier G.O.s as referred to by you. Instead, I have found the term “non-Govt.”. Pls see the following para extracted from the said Notice:
According to ROPA-2009, the ceiling of HRA drawn by Husband and Wife (together) where both are teaching/non-teaching employees or one of them is a teaching/non-teaching employees of an approved non-Govt./approved educational institutions including libraries and employees of District Primary Educational Council and other spouse is an employees of a State Govt./Central Govt./Public undertakings/Local Bodies etc. raised to Rs. 6000/- per month [Ref. G.O. No. 538-SE(, dt. 24.10.2007 and G.O. No. 46-SE(, dt. 27.02.2009].
Pls find the appropriate term in ROPA and the Notification (for conversion of schools) etc. as such documents are repeatedly checked and verified by several experts including legal experts before notification. Each and every word, punctuation marks etc. in such documents have significance and, therefore, are used with utmost care and caution. A slight misuse of the term may twist the original sense/provision, leading to controversy!
With regards, ” title=”Smile” />
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