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  • #69412
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      i have been working in a school as as an at since 20.11.2007. now i have achieved a better opportunity in respect of distance from my permanent address through 12th rlst , but my HM does not want to give me release order and last pay certificate, so, in this circumstance what should i do ???? note; i had complete b.ed as an deputed candidate in 2012-13 , please reply ………… thanks

      #79136
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        plese reply …. its very important to me , plese help me , my school is 500kms far from my home ..

        #79137
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          i have been working in a school as as an at since 20.11.2007. now i have achieved a better opportunity in respect of distance from my permanent address through 12th rlst , but my HM does not want to give me release order and last pay certificate, so, in this circumstance what should i do ???? note; i had complete b.ed as an deputed candidate in 2012-13 , please reply ………… thanks

          As per G.O. No. 490-SE(S)/2P-01/2009, dated 11.05.2009, the teacher have to submit a written undertaking to serve the institution not less than 3 years after completion of B.Ed. Find more Signing of Bond before going for B. Ed. Training from School
          As per Memo No: 982 Sc/G, Dated, the 7th March, 1968, The deputed teacher on his/her own part should give a written undertaking in non -judicial stamped paper worth Rs. 1.50 in each case in the prescribed form to serve the school from which he/she is deputed for a period of at least 5 (five) years from the date of his/her joining the school after completion of the training period or for 3 (three) years from the date of his/her passing the Examination, whichever is shorter. If a teacher fails to comply with the terms of the aforesaid written undertaking, the Director of Public Instruction, West Bengal, may direct the said teacher to refund the entire amount received by him/her as deputation allowance to Government. Find more Signing of Bond before going for B. Ed. Training from School

          #79139
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            thanks a lot , so i am legally eligible for join another school ?? my joining date 20.11.2007 .

            #79140
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              thanks a lot , so i am legally eligible for join another school ?? my joining date 20.11.2007 .

              Sorry Mr. Mallick, I think you are not eligible to join the other school right now. Calculate 3 (three) years from the date of passing the B. Ed. examination (i.e., from the date of publication of Result of B. Ed.). If you have completed B. Ed. in 2012-’13, the MC has the right not to leave you 3 years from the date of publication of the Result of your B. Ed.
              Edit: I’m really sorry Mr. Mallick that I overlooked the date of joining again and again. Now I got that. You are right. As you have completed 5 years of service in the school from which you were deputed to undergo the training, you are eligible to join the other school. I express my sorrow once again for confusing you in such a crucial moment in your life. Wish you success in getting co operation from your school end.

              #79142
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                but my total service length is more than 5 yrs , then why not ?

                #79146
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                  again thanks a lot…….

                  #79147
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                    @Mr. Mallick
                    Here are the above two circulars in .pdf format, which may be handy for you.

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