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February 11, 2013 at 3:10 pm #68480AnonymousGuest
I would like to know that if a teacher absents himself/ herself during somedays, when MADHYAMIK examination will be held in his school and he/she would have to appear on invigilation duty,can the MC or Headmaster penalise/punish/showcause him/her for that and if so what would be the maximum extent of any punishment that might be given out to the teacher. Also I would be very happy if anyone can offer me the relevant G.O/Circular where this is stated. Also if punishment is given, who is the authority to do so? MC, Headmaster, DI, or the Board. A detailed reply would be appreciated.
Thanks and Regards.February 11, 2013 at 6:17 pm #76883AnonymousGuest
As far as my knowledge goes such absent is treated as Medical Leave. MC is the competent authority to deal with the case.
Members from educational institutions may pls elaborate further.February 11, 2013 at 7:02 pm #76886AnonymousGuest
in this case I would also like to ask, as the concerned teacher is in the second year of service and has 4 Medical leaves left, would he get advance medical leave for 2 days as, the need for absence would be about 6 days approx.February 12, 2013 at 2:07 am #76887AnonymousGuest
Availing of advance Medical Leave is permissible in the first year of service. Pls see the posts:
Since he is in the second year of his service and short of 2 Medical Leaves, I think, he may be allowed to avail of Half Pay Leave for remaining two days.
Let other members come out with expertise.February 12, 2013 at 2:10 am #76888AnonymousGuest
Actually in this case two things is important, one is the ground on which you’ll absent and other is the relation among the all staffs.
If the ground is an unavoidable circumstance, H.M may give you C.L by proper way through leave application. If not then you make take M.L or half avg. pay leave by sanctioning through M.C.
But if any staff deny to attain invigilation duty without any justified reason, then by rule School authority may take punishable action against him.February 12, 2013 at 3:40 am #76890AnonymousGuest
can anybody offer me the relevant G.O in this case? that is where it is stated that no advance medical leave can be accounted during second year of service, also if any teacher absents himself/herself from invigilation duty, due to unavoidable medical circumstances,in which G.O it is written that the teacher will be punished. Can anyone offer this G.O. too?
ThanksFebruary 12, 2013 at 10:34 am #76891AnonymousGuestsagnikbanerjee wrote:…… where it is stated that no advance medical leave can be accounted during second year of service,
You may see points 2, 3 & 4 of WBBSE Circular No. 8417/G dtd 07.11.81.
https://askwb.com/threads/study-leave-for-additional-posts.252/sagnikbanerjee wrote:…… if any teacher absents himself/herself from invigilation duty, due to unavoidable medical circumstances,in which G.O it is written that the teacher will be punished. Can anyone offer this G.O. too?
I think Medical Leave can be granted in emergency, if justified properly.
Let others speak more.February 12, 2013 at 12:20 pm #76892AnonymousGuest
… about punishment-February 12, 2013 at 2:33 pm #76897AnonymousGuest
Thanks for all the information provided. Thanks a lot. But if the absence is on medical grounds, what will the last two days be? Medical Leave or others? the concerned teacher has 4 ML. and is in the second year of service having completed 7 months. Would he get proportionate medical leave for seven months?February 12, 2013 at 5:22 pm #76899AnonymousGuest
Two Commuted Leaves (4 HPLs) may be taken on medical ground for the remaining two days, if no Medical Leave is granted.
Provision of the Education Deptt. (Secondary Branch) Notification No. 79-Edn. (s) Dated, Calcutta, the 28th Jan., ’94 is as follows:
“(2) Commuted leave, not exceeding half the amount of half-pay leave, may be granted on private affair or on medical certificate to a teacher or a non-teaching employee, subject to the following conditions:
(a) when commuted leave is granted, twice the amount of such leave shall be debited against the half-pay leave due;
(b) commuted leave on medical certificate may be granted only when no medical leave is due to the credit of a teacher or non-teaching employee;
However, as per WBBSE Circular No. 8417/G dtd. 7.11.81 there is no bar on availing of Medical Leave partially or proportionately from the 2nd year of service in secondary schools.February 16, 2013 at 2:48 pm #76943AnonymousGuestdonyi_polo wrote:However, as per WBBSE Circular No. 8417/G dtd. 7.11.81 there is no bar on availing of Medical Leave partially or proportionately from the 2nd year of service in secondary schools.
However, as I find from the circular, it is said, medical leave cannot be claimed proportionately. Can you give me a much more recent order regarding the proportional claiming of medical leave. Also, Regarding Half Average Pay Leave, is there a rule that half average pay leave can be taken only after 4 years of service? Can anyone offer me the GO stating HPL which can be taken from the second year of service.February 16, 2013 at 5:07 pm #76945AnonymousGuestsagnikbanerjee wrote:…………I find from the circular, it is said, medical leave cannot be claimed proportionately. …………. Also, Regarding Half Average Pay Leave, is there a rule that half average pay leave can be taken only after 4 years of service? Can anyone offer me the GO stating HPL which can be taken from the second year of service.
Pls upload the circular wherein it is stated that ML cannot be granted on proportionate basis! As regards restriction on availing of HPL for first 4 years of service, I have not seen any such G.O.!February 16, 2013 at 5:59 pm #76947AnonymousGuest
here you posted it. But it mentions proportionate leave cannot be granted in first year of service. Is it the full circular? 8417/G?
If not could you please refer or upload the Circular 8417/G and 79-Edn.February 16, 2013 at 6:33 pm #76949AnonymousGuest
Yes it is the Board’s circular wherein it is clarified at point no. 3 “Whether a staff of the school can be allowed to enjoy his/ her Medical leave partially or proportionately within his/ her first year of service in cases of new appointment on permanent/ Additional/ Deputation/ Leave Vacancy?”
Link for the full circular 8417 has already been provided in the previous post.
See the G.O. No. 79-Edn. (s) Dated, Calcutta, the 28th Jan., ’94 from the following link:
https://askwb.com/threads/leave-rule-of-secondary-school-teaching-non-teaching-staff.458/February 19, 2013 at 3:16 pm #76986AnonymousGuest
Advance Medical Leave is permissible as per the following G.O.: https://askwb.com/threads/leave-rule-of-secondary-school-teaching-non-teaching-staff.458/
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