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  • #70418
    Anonymous

    Can an A.T avail maternity leave while pursuing B.Ed? Will it hinder her obtaining the degree in any way? I watched previous threads as well but couldn’t get any definite answer.

    #81596
    Anonymous

    Recently in a newspaper I read the news that a candidate pursuing b.ed was on maternity leave and she was barred from appearing in exams due to lack of desired percentage, now the Karnataka high Court has ruled that pregnancy is a conscious choice hence it cannot be treated like any other illness and to that effect she does not possess any special condition for which she can appear in the exam. Now the Bombay High Court has ruled otherwise. I am in a dilemma. This information is very important. This is the reason am asking it again and again. Any information in this regard will be very helpful.

    #81626
    Anonymous

    Maternity Leave only avail in service period, not as a student (B.Ed). Minimum percentage is required to seat the examination.

    #81631
    Anonymous

    Thanks a lot sir. You cleared my doubt. Thank you once again.

    #81633
    Anonymous

    sir, i hv heard that there is no off periods in primary schools
    i dnt think its crct. we shud get a bit tym to relax.do u hav any g.o for this?

    #81636
    Anonymous

    From class I to X, there is no off period(s) from there starting to end in any G.O. Say for an example, V is finished in 5th period, then VI is finished in 6th period. VII to X are finished in 8th period. All the students get recess at tiffin period. You may take the recess of the tiffin period as a gap. A few school terminate there classes after 2nd period shortly for 10 minutes, and they allotted for the tiffin for 30 minutes. It is recommended by the MC. Continue classes are normal. In case of XI & XII, there may be fallen gap period according to there infrastructure of class-room, laboratory, subjects, teachers etc.

    #81642
    Anonymous

    sir, u didnt gt my point.
    i meant to say dat the teachers shud get off periods to check c/w or h/w.
    but i hv heard that no teacher is allowed to sit in the staff rum except at the recess.
    he/she wil hv to sit in the clasrum throughout the duration of the scul
    pls reply

    #81644
    Anonymous

    Write in complete words and complete sentence.
    No. there is no circular/ prescription in Teacher’s Service Rule.

    #81660
    Anonymous

    sir, my school is closing on 1.7.2016 and wil reopen on 15 july.
    we dont want 2 work on 1.7.2016 as it is the last friday of ramadan.
    can we take H.T. discretion on friday?

    #81863
    Anonymous
    mihiracharya, post: 16010, member: 1153 wrote:
    Maternity Leave only avail in service period, not as a student (B.Ed). Minimum percentage is required to seat the examination.

    If percentage is not the matter,then can a deputed candidate avail maternity leave during her b.ed course? Will she face any problem from the D.I?

    #81866
    Anonymous

    Any kinds of leave granted by the MC with their resolution. So when an MC gives permission to do B.Ed, in the mean time who will give/sanction another leave (Maternity)? College can’t grant any kind of leave. The statement of absent (CL/ML /EOL etc.) is demanded by the school from the college through the employee so that they (SA) can send requisition for the employee.

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    If percentage is not the matter,then can a deputed candidate avail maternity leave during her b.ed course?

    . Every college has a restriction about percentage. If any college has no bar of percentage, then why you need to know the RULES? Percentage is a matter of rule. If any one can manage his/her collage and school by any way, then we have nothing to give the answer. We do not prepare to give answer of such absurd question. Please avoid to post such question. Thanks a lot.

    #81867
    Anonymous
    Riya chatterjee, post: 16340, member: 6060 wrote:
    If percentage is not the matter,then can a deputed candidate avail maternity leave during her b.ed course? Will she face any problem from the D.I?

    The very degree of your B.Ed. may get invalid while the Maternity Leave during Training Period would be mentioned in your Service Book. Keep in mind that you are eligible to enjoy Maternity Leave while you are in service. But while you are deputed to undergo B.Ed. Training you are already in Deputation Leave. How can you enjoy two kinds of leave at the same time? Simple matter. Dont get confused.

    #81868
    Anonymous
    mihiracharya, post: 16343, member: 1153 wrote:
    Any kinds of leave granted by the MC with their resolution. So when an MC gives permission to do B.Ed, in the mean time who will give/sanction another leave (Maternity)? College can’t grant any kind of leave. The statement of absent (CL/ML /EOL etc.) is demanded by the school from the college through the employee so that they (SA) can send requisition for the employee.
    . Every college has a restriction about percentage. If any college has no bar of percentage, then why you need to know the RULES? Percentage is a matter of rule. If any one can manage his/her collage and school by any way, then we have nothing to give the answer. We do not prepare to give answer of such absurd question. Please avoid to post such question. Thanks a lot.

    I regret sincerely if my question has offended you,but what I wanted to ask was if rules are different for deputed and fresher candidates. As I have already seen one fresher candidate pursuing B.Ed has got maternity leave sanctioned. So I was in dilemma whether rules are different for fresher and deputed candidates.

    #81869
    Anonymous

    [USER=6060]@Riya chatterjee[/USER]
    A fresher candidate is sanctioned Maternity Leave by the college authority and if they wish they may allow her to appear in the final exam. But a deputed candidate has some liability to her service as she has been deputed to undergo the training and is being paid for the period of deputation leave. So the college authority may allow a deputed candidate to appear in the final exam also as in the case of the fresher one, but they do not have authority to sanction Materniry Leave to a deputed candidate. I think, its clear now.
    Mr. Mihir Kumar Acharya is a Headmaster of a High School and he is veteran enough in this field. So please understand that there are some strong points in what he is saying.

    #81870
    Anonymous

    [USER=6060]@Riya chatterjee[/USER] , yes, the rules are different and it may be allowed by the college authority for fresher and deputed candidates. Please don’t take it hardly. I have told it under the rules and regulations of a service holder.

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