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November 8, 2013 at 1:35 pm #69298AnonymousGuest
one of my staff was released for b.ed. from school. again he was permitted to appear before the personality test with a note that he had been released for b.ed. school did not take any bond from him. b.ed course supposed to end on 15.5.2014. he has now been RECOMMENDED by SSC. how can he join the new school. as he is undergoing b.ed training. what is the rule regarding this situation?thank you.November 9, 2013 at 4:31 pm #78871AnonymousGuest
He/She have to join 16/05/2014 from where he/she was released. That’s why he/she could not join to new school.The recommendation can be extended up to three months.November 10, 2013 at 6:32 pm #78878AnonymousGuest
With the no objection and permission of the MC and Directorate of school education department, he/she may join in new school. Because, a rule says that a deputed candidate for a period of at least 5 years from the date of his/ her joining the school after completion of the training period or 3 years from the date of passing the Examination, whichever is earlier).
If a teacher intends to join only another school before expiry of the above stipulated period, he/she can do so only if the MC permits and the Directorate agrees. His/her case for prior permission should be forwarded to the Directorate by the MC of the school together with a resolution of the MC that it has no objection to releasing the teacher from the services of the school.
Thanks a lot.November 11, 2013 at 4:14 am #78881AnonymousGuest
thank you very much ‘Mr dmaity’ & ‘Mihiracharya’. I had known this.but the concerned teacher was arguing that some AI of schools told him he can join. so the clarification sought for. thanks again.November 28, 2013 at 1:41 pm #78960AnonymousGuest
another matter I seek your attention, can this teacher resign from current service to join the new service while undergoing b.ed(not completing b.ed) as he has been recommended by SSC to join a new school.if yes, then what’s the procedure?thank you.
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