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April 3, 2012 at 8:42 pm #67318AnonymousGuest
i am doing my job as a headmaster …..my 2 years lien leave will end on 1st july…… i have sent my resignation to the secretary asking for release order….the secretary will not give me the release order…he said that he would not co-operate me as he wanted me doing the service without any break…..but i like to return to my own old school…..if he does not give me the release order, should i appeal to DI? WHAT SHALL I DO……April 4, 2012 at 1:41 pm #71857AnonymousGuest
Hope the resignation letter has been RECEIVED by the secretary and acknowledgement is in your hand. Have you mention the date of resignation in your application, if he does not bother to your application. you may lodge complaint to the DI. But DI can only write him to release you! Some DI may call for hearing in presence of all parties. compliance to that order depends on the secretary! Your last resort is Honble COURT – as my experience sees!April 14, 2012 at 6:30 am #72011AnonymousGuest
thanks for ur advice…..but the case here is a little bit different……again MC will sit for a meeting on the topic of my resignation…..lets see what happens!April 14, 2012 at 6:42 am #72013AnonymousGuest
Please keep in touch Nupur and tell us the fate. We are eager to know that. I would also like to request you to use the reputation point for encouragement as and when you get a good reply. I think Biku deserve one from you ” title=”Cool” />April 14, 2012 at 6:59 am #72014AnonymousGuest
As per govt. rules you have right to do it. you have applied to the secretary of the concern school and also taken a receipt copy. Now you must apply to the D.I./S. at last court. I think you will must go to your previous school. Our friend BIKU is expert about it . with regards.April 14, 2012 at 7:46 pm #72033AnonymousGuest
thanks a lot to Mr. Somnath Das & Mr. Asit Baran Pal.April 27, 2012 at 5:11 pm #72210AnonymousGuest
tomorrow at 2 pm MC meeting…….hoping that my resignation will be discussed……possibly they will accept my resignation…….April 27, 2012 at 5:23 pm #72213AnonymousGuest
Best of luck.April 27, 2012 at 5:31 pm #72214AnonymousGuest
do not forget to grab an attested copy of resolution along with lpc & service book. attested copies of first grant-in-aid memo n recognition memos should also be grabbed by you!
All d best!May 13, 2012 at 8:16 pm #72505AnonymousGuest
yesssssss….i have won the battle….my resignation has been accepted……they will release me on 15th may 2012……but on conditions i.e. 1) i have to attend a farewell ceremony where they will inform the locality that they r not responsible for my resignation (the fact is totally different). 2) i have to write down a new resignation letter where i have to explain the reasons for resignation as their wish….i have accepted the conditions chiefly becoz i just want to leave this working place….actually a class V passed secretary who is a political muscleman must be a dangerous problem to any HS school…..i hate political upperhands over school administration…..the dignity of HM chair can never be maintained…..anyway, i am not hopeless at all……i have started another journey…my preparation for the next time is on……..and thanksssssssssss u a lot .May 14, 2012 at 3:57 am #72506AnonymousGuest
I am happy to know that you won the battle. Thanks for sharing your experience. I hope it will be helpful for others. Thanks Asit da for participating on this discussion and special thanks to our expert Biku.February 10, 2013 at 4:32 pm #76869AnonymousGuest
one question : how many times can one enjoy lien ( full time i.e. 2 years) during his service period?…. this question comes to my mind becoz i m again preparing myself for the SSC HM Examination to be held on 17th February! everyone says that , if qualified, this time i have to resign first before joining the HM post! there will be no scope for enjoying lien again! plz clear the picture.February 11, 2013 at 2:33 am #76874AnonymousGuest
Let us think more, for this time please see the attachment-February 11, 2013 at 4:17 am #76876AnonymousGuest
The query made by nupur13 on the number of occasions for grant of lien is praiseworthy. Grant of lien to school teachers is related to the sanction of Extraordinary Leave (EOL). As per provision of rule 13 (2) of the Education Dept. Notification No. 79-Edn. (s) Dated, Calcutta, the 28th Jan., ’94 in relation to the grant of lien to the school teachers:
(2) Such teacher or non-teaching employee seeking permission to serve in higher post in another recognised institution or college within West Bengal or to accept other service within West Bengal where teaching experience is essential, may be granted extraordinary leave, referred to in rule 12, without pay for a period, not exceeding two years, with permission to retain lien.
On the other hand, according to the Education Deptt. G.O. No. 1541-Edn (S) /21-2/77, dated 15.12.1977 provision for grant of EOL is as follows:
“7. Extraordinary leave
If for any unforeseen reason a teacher or a non-teaching employee of a school fails to attend his or her duties and if there is no other leave due at his or her credit he or she may be granted leave without pay at the discretion of the Managing Committee for a period not exceeding two years.”
Since there is no restrictions on grant of EOL for more than once in the service life of a teacher, I think he/she may be granted lien with the sanction of EOL for more than once, if required.July 29, 2013 at 2:54 am #78389AnonymousGuest
i am in lien since 22/02/2012and presently in govt service(WBCS). i want to join school. is it possible? any lien related G.O. pls advice me
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