After joining a new school through General Transfer, your seniority (not service experience which will be counted from the date of joining in the first service) will again be counted from the date of joining in the new school for further consideration in any such case.
Seniority in respect of service experience will be counted from the date of your first joining, if you are in continuous service.
As one gets General Transfer only once in his/her service life, the question of considering in respect of seniority in case of General Transfer does not arise here, as @sourishjal mentioned above.
Still we need to know what is the context for which you are confused regarding your seniority.
Presently in the website of WBSED there is an instruction to all Headmasters to finalise the seniority of all teachers….
Now in this context will I be counted as a junior AT in the school I have been transferred to or will my experience of about 16 years in my previous school be counted while placing my seniority…..
Please let me know….
It is all about maintaining the Acquittance Roll in the school. That means the downloaded Salary Bill and the Acquittance Roll should be in the same order. Generally the newly appointed teachers (in the present school) are put after the already existing ones. So your name will come in the Acquittance Roll as well as in OSMS in WBSED Portal according to the joining date in the present school. But that does not mean that you are junior than one who is ahead of you in AR of the school or OSMS.