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Enhancement of Primary Teachers Qualification

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  • #52183
    Anonymous

    i have done B.sc snd in HS percentage is 49.8. I was appointed on 24/03/2012.will i have to uograde my HS percenage to 50%?

    #52184
    Anonymous

    will govt. upgrade pay scale and DA after upgradation of qualification?there is a chance of hike of pay on name of so called RTE act

    #52185
    Anonymous

    you have to complete only one year bridge course.

    #52186
    Anonymous

    I was appointed as a primary teacher on 02-03-2005 with qualification madhyamik pass & one year ptt course.After joining I passed H.S. with prior permission from DPSC.My question is whether I have to again alppy for HS from NIOS as I assed HS after recruitment? plz reply if anybody has this answer.

    #52187
    Anonymous

    I am pranab kumar patra. Primary school teacher of PS 49 of Dist Hooghly. My date of appoinment is 4.7.2001. I have completed One year course at Itachuna PTTI, Hooghly. Now it is unaware to me that shall I have to do one year bridze course(ODL). I have above 50% marks in HS.

    #52188
    Anonymous

    I was appointed as a primary teacher since Jan’ 2006. I secured above 50% marks in Higher Secondary Exam. and my graduation B.SC. in the year 1998. Thereafter I completed a 2 years full time PTTI course ( DIPLOMA IN TEACHING for Pre-Primary and Primary ) from Gokhale Memorial Teachers Training Institute, and received a successful completion certificate from Govt of West Bengal – “Directorate Of School Edu.

    With reference to the ongoing notice No. 277-SE(P)/l 2-6/09 (Pt-I) Dt. 28.03.2012.
    Pl. guide me that, is their any requirement of doing the Bridge course again or my qualification is sufficient to continue.

    #52189
    Anonymous

    Please let me know that the maximum numbers of special casual leave of a staff of a secondary school.

    #52190
    Anonymous

    in our Qualification Application form it is mentioned that
    “I undertake that I personally shall bear all the costs to pursue the aforesaid course(s) if I am selected.”
    is it fair…………….
    Our early teachers completed their all type of courses(PTTI) under govt. (without any expenses) then why should we not get that facility.

    #52191
    Anonymous

    I was appointed as a primary teacher on 02-03-2005 with qualification madhyamik pass & one year ptt course.After joining I passed H.S. in 2006 with prior permission from DPSC.My question is whether I have to again apply for HS from NIOS as I passed HS after recruitment? plz reply if you have this answer.

    #52192
    Anonymous

    I am an working primary teacher
    , appointed on 23/3/2010. I have passed H.S from W.B.C.H.S.E obtaining 41% in science stream. Can I upgrade my marks in other stream ?

    #52193
    Anonymous

    i am pry teacher having h.s. from w.b.c.h.s.e. with 69.2% , b.sc.(hons) with 50.6% & b.ed.(1 year) from edn. dept. univ. of kalyani (ncte approved) . i joined pry school on 8.1.2011. what enhansment of my trainning is required ? let me know.

    #52194
    Anonymous

    I am a primary teacher.My date of appointment is 14/07/2010.My h.s marks is 61%.what shall i have to do?

    #52195
    Anonymous

    I have joined as a Primary Teacher on 03.02.2010 , My educational Qualification is B.Sc, I have secured 49.7 % in Higher Secondary Exam. held on 1989 whether this would be treated as 50%(According to rounded off to next slab) ?

    #52196
    Anonymous

    IMPORTANT QUERY:

    I AM A PRIMARY TEACHER JOINED ON 07/01/11, WITH QUALIFICATION: 43.7 % IN H.S(1997) , B.Sc. WITH 1 YR. PTTI.

    now, AS PER NOTIFICATION I HAVE GO THROUGH D.Ed 1YR. MORE…. O.K.

    serious fear:
    there should be an option of “GRADUATION” in the required Qualification/ criteria zone in time of Admission in 1 yr. extra D.Ed.

    #52197
    Anonymous

    as per notification till to day you have to complete 2yrs. D.Ed/ etc within 31.03.2015.

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