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  • #69042
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      i am a teacher in additional post in HS section. i have joined the post on 16/08/2010. my retention is on process. when i will get confirmed. is confirmation and retention of post are same. what leave can i get other than CL. please reply soon. it is urgent.

      #78328
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        Please use the search button on the right corner of this page before posting.
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        for more queries please give details of your urgency (if possible).

        #78330
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        Spectator

          my HM says as long as the post is not retained i cannot get any type of leave except casual. but retention is not in my hand. it is upto DI.i have only 1 casual in hand. how can a person spend the whole year with 1 casual.. there are illness, emergencies.this is my 3rd year of service as i joined on 16/08/2010. what to do now. please help.with thanks.

          #78331
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            Confirmation and Retention are two different things. Retention must be done for additional teacher.Additional teacher do not get M.L. for two years,but it added in service book. Now papers required for Retention from corresponding DI’s (SE) :
            1] Xerox copy of MC resolution ( Resolution should taken to confirm the post and forward to DI for next necessary steps]
            2]Xerox copy of Post sanctioning memo. ( it was given by Govt. for your post,it v.v.i paper ask it from your HM]
            3]Xerox copy of Approval
            4]Xerox copy of Recommendation letter from SSC
            5]Xerox copy of Joining letter.
            6]Xerox copy of all academic testimonials.
            7] Xerox copy of Appointment letter.
            8]Make a proforma containing staff pattern and last three year roll strength( if you wait i will upload)
            9]No litigation certificate.
            10]Terms and Validity of MC
            11]School Recognisation memo
            12]Forwarding letter attach in front of all above said papers.

            #78333
            unknown
            Spectator

              As per Board’s No. 8417/G dated 07.11.1981, except Casual Leave, no other leave is admissible to a teacher or a non-teaching employee of a school appointed in the additional post (sanctioned for two years), untill the post declared as permanent.
              As per Memo No. S/435 dated 06.06.2001 , after being declared as permanent, leave will be credited in the account for the temporary period also.
              As per Board’s No. Kol-2327/04/G dated 11.04.2004, any teacher absenting himself or herself from the school on medical ground in his/her first year of service, can be granted medical leave with/without pay by the Managing Committee and the said leave shall be adjusted to the medical leave which will be acrued to his/her credit in subsequent period of his/her service.

              #78336
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                thanks a lot. now i have completed 2 years of service as i joined on additional post on 16/08/2010.that means the post is confirmed now? or i have to take confirmation letter from the MC. can i now take ML or commuted leave or half pay? what is 100 point vacancy roster? please reply soon.

                #78337
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                  Re: leave rule for H. S. Section Teacher

                  As per Board’s No. Kol-2327/04/G dated 11.04.2004, any teacher absenting himself or herself from the school on medical ground in his/her first year of service, can be granted medical leave with/without pay by the Managing Committee and the said leave shall be adjusted to the medical leave which will be acrued to his/her credit in subsequent period of his/her service.

                  This order says only about the first year of service. Is this rule equally valid for 2nd year and 3rd year of service?

                  #78339
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                    i think so@satyabrata, but all things depends upon MC’s decision , lets whats the seniors view?

                    #78408
                    unknown
                    Spectator

                      Re: leave rule for H. S. Section Teacher
                      I am waiting for other views.. Friends, please rply..
                      Is the rule equally valid for 2nd and 3rd year of service?

                      #78809
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                        Hi! I, the new member of your forum, will go through the above mentioned subject and asking you all to provide the body/languages/sentences of 1)Demanding confirmation letter to MC by me and Confirmation letter from MC to me, 2)Demanding retention through MC to DI by me and Application/Forwarding letter by MC to DI for me. Please provide the sentences. Thanks to all….

                        #79049
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                          Sree,your post will b confirmed/permanent after retention. has your H.M. been submitted relevant papers for retention?no teacher/staff either in permanent/additional post can enjoy m.l. in first year of service except in some considerable cases(g.o. no.2327/04/G dtd.11.06.04),leave must b sanctioned by m.c.after completion 1 yr all kind of leaves accrued to your account could b enjoyed by you.in additional post u could enjoy leave in urgent cases also….it all depends!in school u should b always alert specially in case of rules,service books,p.f.subscriptions,tax etc.b enthusiastic in every aspect whether it is duties or responsibilities,best wishes.

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