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March 12, 2013 at 1:57 pm #68611AnonymousGuest
If there are more than two non b.ed teachers in a school then what is the procedure to choose two of them to go for b.ed? Is there any G.O regarding to this? Please post it as soon as possible ….March 12, 2013 at 3:00 pm #77334AnonymousGuest
I am not sure of the existence of a GO in this regard. Other knowledgeable members may help you in this regard. As far as I know and from what I have seen, if there are more than two teachers asking for deputation for pursuing B.Ed, then the permission is granted by MC according to their seniority in service. This seniority is based on the service period for the whole life and not the service period for the institution in which that teacher presently serves.
For example, if a teacher has worked 3 years in one school and has then joined another school without break in service then his tenure of service in the previous school will also have to be taken into account by the MC of his present school when granting permission for B.Ed. No other criteria other than seniority in service, can be considered by the MC while giving permission for B.Ed.
However, with the coming of B.Ed through ODL mode (IGNOU only at present), I have heard from an AI that any number of teachers can be permitted to go for B.Ed as ODL mode ensures that the normal classes are not hampered in any way. Teachers are not required to go on deputation and the school functions normally. It was after this discussion that 3 permanent and 3 para teachers were permitted to pursue B.Ed from IGNOU together, last year. Again, I am not sure if there is a GO for this.
Hope this helps.March 12, 2013 at 3:18 pm #77336AnonymousGuest
Mr. Roy is right.
Further, I like to add that, if both the teachers have same qualification and experience then priority is given to the teacher secured higher percentage of marks in different examinations staring from the Madhyamik Examination or its equivalent.
There is a G.O. regarding the selection procedure of teachers. G.O. No. 297-Edn(CS) dated 26.02.1985.March 12, 2013 at 3:45 pm #77339AnonymousGuest
This g.o doesn’t explain how the m.c will select two of them. Please upload some document if available. Thanks both of you for your valuable informationsMarch 12, 2013 at 3:53 pm #77340AnonymousGuest
M.C will determine as the above G.O prescribed by Mr. nemo
first M.C cheek Rule-1, then 2 and lastly 3. If you want to get ready made answer, then please provide the following-
1. Approved length of service
2. Qualification as mentioned in approval
3. Average of the percentage of marks secured in different examinations staring from the Madhyamik Examination or its equivalent
of the applicant who are willing to go for B.Ed.March 12, 2013 at 5:04 pm #77348AnonymousGuest
As per Memo No. 982 Sc/G, dated 07.03.68, “Board may depute to the courses noted below not more than two teachers who are not over 45 years of age…..“March 13, 2013 at 4:25 am #77352AnonymousGuest
Yes, H.M’s manual also says this.March 13, 2013 at 5:13 pm #77357AnonymousGuest
Thanks all for your precious comments.
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