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Is My M.Sc. Degree Valid?

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  • #68925
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      I had joined as primary teacher on 12 th june 2010 after complition 1 st semester exam of MSc degree course (regular).Then i comleted the msc degree without any permission & without hackling my duty in school.I also take casual leave on the dates of next time exams of msc .Is my msc degree valid if i put this degree as fresher ?Please send me the GO related to this fact.

      #78156
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        Validity of a degree is adjudged in the perspective of the authority of issuance of degree by an institute. If the institute has authority to issue that degree then it is valid. In your case the question is whether that M.Sc. degree (which is valid) which you have obtained without permission of school authority can be RECOGNIZED/ ACCEPTED by the school/D.I.! If you appear as fresh candidate with M.Sc. qualification next time I think there will not be any problem!

        #78157
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          I have obtained that msc degree from burdwan university .I have already reaceived the degree.Now is it possible to reject my degree by the university after enquiry of my situation?

          #78158
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            Virtually not feasible to reject the degree by the university. You started M.Sc. course before joining the school. As such there was no question of taking permission from school authority/D.I. at that time. Though you continued the course after joining, yet it was not wise to restrict a teacher from doing higher study in academic interest. Moreover, P.G. degree has no relevance in the normal course curriculum of a primary school. Therefore, you could have communicated to the school the matter of continuance of M.Sc. course. As per recent High Court verdict, a teacher is protected if s/he wants to go for higher degree in academic interest without hampering his/her duties and responsibilities for the students of the school.

            #78159
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              Is there any GO releted to this fact?In my situation is it possible to hackle my present service by any authority?

              #78160
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                Is there any GO releted to this fact?In my situation is it possible to hackle my present service by any authority?

                there is no GO for this for primary teacher but in no way you have to be hackled by law on the other hand as POLO has already said the recent court verdict will protect you (one of them says “education is a right and no one can be denied of that”) though these order were for high school teacher the mood is clear.
                But if you would have any unfair means like making attendance at both places it’s your own responsibility. In a word don’t worry. you are on safe position.

                #78162
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                  Thanks to all of you for your valuable suggession.

                  #78192
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                    In this condition if i get Bed degree from ignou then is it possible to sit in school service commission in MSC BED catagory?

                    #79141
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                      In this condition if i get Bed degree from ignou then is it possible to sit in school service commission in MSC BED catagory?

                      Yes you are eligible to compete in SSC exam with M.Sc., B.Ed. But you will not be able to claim service continuation. You’ll have to join High School, if qualified, as a fresher. Of course, you must resign from Primary School before joining the High School. Thanks.

                      #79154
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                        Acceptence of My M.Sc degree ?
                        I have joined as an Asst teacher on 19.09.2009 as Honours Graduate in H/PG post. Then I completed M.Sc degree in my subject obtaining M.C permission but not by D.I/S. Although I have prayed to D.I for the permission but not responded till today . Now I have decided to sit for SSC again with M.Sc degree. My question, Shall I get continuation of my service ?

                        #79689
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                          I have same problm.. I completed m.sc1st yr on 2012 before joining as a primary teacher. but i did not complete m.sc final yr in the next yr on 2013.this year 2014 i appeared and passed m.sc as an ex student. there is no provision of attending classes of an ex student..
                          is the degree is valid..???
                          please reply….

                          #79808
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                            If i now complete Bed in distance from bur univ is my Bed degree valid in ssc ?am i eligible to seat ssc as h/pg with msc & Bed degree.
                            please reply…..

                            #79819
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                              I believe your b.ed degree will be valid and you can sit for ssc

                              #80990
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                                Virtually not feasible to reject the degree by the university. You started M.Sc. course before joining the school. As such there was no question of taking permission from school authority/D.I. at that time. Though you continued the course after joining, yet it was not wise to restrict a teacher from doing higher study in academic interest. Moreover, P.G. degree has no relevance in the normal course curriculum of a primary school. Therefore, you could have communicated to the school the matter of continuance of M.Sc. course. As per recent High Court verdict, a teacher is protected if s/he wants to go for higher degree in academic interest without hampering his/her duties and responsibilities for the students of the school.

                                there is no GO for this for primary teacher but in no way you have to be hackled by law on the other hand as POLO has already said the recent court verdict will protect you (one of them says “education is a right and no one can be denied of that”) though these order were for high school teacher the mood is clear.
                                But if you would have any unfair means like making attendance at both places it’s your own responsibility. In a word don’t worry. you are on safe position.

                                sir, plz send me the high court order.
                                i am an asst. teacher of high school.
                                i am facing the same problem.

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