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March 11, 2013 at 3:00 pm #68598AnonymousGuest
No, a parateacher is not eligible for M.P. or H.S. invisilation duty. I am sure. I think this is also true for class XI annual exam.March 11, 2013 at 3:51 pm #77317AnonymousGuest
At the same time the parateachers will have to attend the school on those days.March 11, 2013 at 4:18 pm #77318AnonymousGuest
Thanks a lot, but how can I challenge not to do the XI duties? According to GO normal classes will be suspended on those days, then why I have to go to school? (As in our school we are not allowed to take classes from IX to XII)March 12, 2013 at 2:05 am #77323AnonymousGuest
Please have a look (2012)-
http://bikaspriya.blogspot.in/2012/03/18.htmlMarch 12, 2013 at 3:58 am #77326AnonymousGuest
In the current G.O:
[align=center]Government of West Bengal
School Education Department
Bikash Bhavan, Salt Lake, Kolkata-700 091[/align]
No. 385-SE(S)/8C-01/2013, the 21st February, 2013.
West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education will conduct the Higher Secondary Examination and Class XI Annual Examination, 2013 which will commence on and from 13th March, 2013 and will continue up to 26th March, 2013.
In the above context all the District Inspector of Schools (SE) may note the following and take necessary action for smooth conduct of the said Examination. They should also circulate the matter to all concerned:
a) Normal classes will not be held during the period of examinations mentioned above, so that all teachers of all the schools may be utilized for the purpose of invigilation and Examination works.
b) All the Examiners, Head Examiner and the Scrutineers will perform their assigned duties properly for publishing of the result in due time. The Notification No. 393-SE(HS)/8C-08/07, dated 28.02.2012 issued by this Department should be strictly followed.
c) All the Head Masters/Head Mistress/Teacher-in-Charge/Principals must control and warn their students not to commit any violence/ hooliganism in the Examination Venue. The Institution whose students will commit such nuisance will be strongly penalized.
Sd/- A. Roy, IAS.
Secretary to the Govt. of West BengalMarch 12, 2013 at 4:24 pm #77327AnonymousGuest
Though it it not mentioned about the parateachers, but in general the para-teachers are not allowed to do invigilation duties. Its for permanant teacher’s duty.March 10, 2014 at 3:08 pm #79311AnonymousGuest
I think saij is correct, for generally the word “teachers”, in different Govt. Circulars, is defined as an Assistant Teacher of a school recognized as such by the Board or Council, as the case may be, and includes the Headmaster or Headmistress, Assistant Headmaster or the Assistant Headmistress
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