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      Happy Holi!!!
      I am posting this topic on behalf of my uncle. He is an Assistant Teacher in Gov. Aided High School (up to 10th standard). His qualification is B.A. (Hons.) in Sanskrit with B.Ed. He joined school in 1989 with the higher pay scale applicable for Honours with B.Ed. duly approved by the then D.I. of Schools. Thus, he was enjoying the higher scale of pay since his joining.
      He is going to retire next year. Hence, he filed pension file in due time. Now, he has received objection letter from D.I. of schools asking clarifications. The desired clarification is as mentioned below:
      D.I. office has referred GO No. 772-Edn(S), dt. 08.07.74 and questioned about the higher pay scale. As per them he is not entitled to enjoy higher scale with staff-pattern mentioned in the said GO. They also have mentioned that he is eligible to draw higher scale from 22.11.1993 vide GO No. 796-Edn(S), dt. 22.11.93.
      Now, we are in trouble. This is simply a case of harassment. Our question is how did the then D.I. approve the higher scale of pay? We tried to search for the Act & Rule by referring the GOs and found a few to support my uncle’s case. The GOs are 372-Edn , dt. 31.07.81; 771-Edn(S), dt. 10.06.78; 2202-Edn(S), dt. 16.09.78 etc.
      Kindly be noted that only one master degree in language group was there at the time of my uncle’s approval. My uncle used to teaching Bengali in addition to Sanskrit. The concern resolution is there for the same.
      Could somebody please be so kind to help us? We need to know the fact whether the higher scale is justified or not. Responder of this post is requested to send me the concerned GO to support my uncle’s case. We are in confusion how to deal with this case. Kindly help us out of this.
      Thanking you in advance……..

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