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Mutual Transfer between Trained and Non-Trained

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  • #70439
    Anonymous

    Whether mutual transfer is allowed between a Non- Trained ( Without BEd.) incumbent & a Trained one in case of Secondary School ?

    #81679
    Anonymous

    3. Eligibility for Mutual Transfer of a teacher:-
    (1) An incumbent teacher shall be eligible for transfer under the provision of these rules subject to fulfillment of all the following conditions:-

    a) mutual Transfer shall be made between two teachers who have been appointed against the same category of vacancies and holding the same category of posts and teaching the same subject;

    b) a male incumbent shall not be eligible for mutual transfer with a female incumbent of a girls’ school;

    c) the service of the incumbents concerned shall be confirmed at their respective places of posting;

    d) the Incumbents concerned opting for mutual transfer shall be from the same category of schools, having same medium of instruction i.e. Bengali or English or Hindi or Nepali or Oriya or Santhali or Telegu or Urdu or Bengali- Urdu;

    e) mutual transfer shall be made between two teachers against whom no Judicial or Departmental proceeding is pending or is being contemplated.

    (2) No incumbent shall be allowed to apply for mutual transfer when his/her date of superannuation is within a period of two years from the date of application for mutual transfer.
    Hence, It may not be possible to the H.M. to accept a non-trained teacher at the place of a Trained Teacher.

    #81682
    Anonymous

    Thanks for the eligibility criteria given; but , whats about professional qualification mentioned there . Is it clear ? And , what does it mean by same category of school – Secondary or H.S. ?

    #81683
    Anonymous

    same category of schools means having same medium of instruction i.e. Bengali or English or Hindi or Nepali or Oriya or Santhali or Telegu or Urdu or Bengali- Urdu;

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