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Is CL count important before transfer or retirement?

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  • #69820
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      Our H.M. forces a teacher to calculate CLs and forces the concerned teacher to submit separate applications for each CL before his transfer to another school or retirement for the purpose of completion of service book and other paper works. That is no less than mental and physical harassment. For, the teacher is thus forced to prepare hundreds of applications. Is our H.M. legal from his standpoint? As we know ML count and the concerned applications are important. But he keeps on practicing this whenever the situation arrives. He listens to none. Please show me a way out of this dictatorship. Also post the relevant G.O. if any.

      #79941
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      Spectator

        It is true that there is no need to record ones’ CLs in the Service Book. But it is also true that one cannot enjoy CL without written application, before or after enjoying the CL/s. So an HM can demand applications for CLs, but only for the current academic sessions. As far as previous sessions are concerned, you are granted CLs that means you are granted on your written applications and the MLs for those academic sessions have already been granted by the MC (All leaves except CL are to be passed by the MC). So the HM cannot convert those previous CLs into ML or EOL or any other kind of leave citing that no applications were submitted. I would, therefore, suggest you to submit applications for CLs enjoyed in the current session.

        #79944
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          It means he, in no way, is in the position to ask for the applications for CLs in the past years whenever a teacher is about to take transfer from the concerned school other than those for the same in the current session. Isn’t it?

          #79945
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            @sourishjal: yes, you are right.

            #79946
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              Thanks to both of you.

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