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June 15, 2014 at 4:01 am #69632AnonymousGuest
To admin & all the members.
My wife, an a.t (eng), has joined as a hons graduate candidate in 30/03/2006. after joining she has appeared in m.a part II exam in regular mode from 10.06.2006 to 27.06.2006. taking without pay with the prior permission of the m.c
She has appealed to the D.I for m.a scale several times. But D.I has returned the case as she is in an additional post & the is no provision for taking leave even without pay before retention & also for she is regular student.
Now my question eligible for m.a scale according to new g.o (no. 438-SE/S/5p-19/09. Dtd 19.5.2014
Pls help mentioning the proper G.O.June 16, 2014 at 1:23 pm #79573AnonymousGuest
As the Service Period here overlaps the Course of Study for few months, I don’t think the degree of your wife will be accepted because it goes against the Control of Expenditure Act, 2005.June 16, 2014 at 5:16 pm #79578AnonymousGuest
U mean my wife wouldn’t get the chance for higher scale, as her degree against the expenditure act of 2005.then what can we do.?if we go to high court then verdict may our favour? Plzzzzzzzzzzzzz advice.June 16, 2014 at 5:28 pm #79581AnonymousGuestBipulesh Dutta wrote:To gpgarain
….. if we go to high court then verdict may our favour?….
How can one go for a course of study in regular mode without hampering his/her service?
She has to qualify SSC again and to be reappointed with her PG degree. And, of course, she will not be able to claim continuity of service in that case for the same reason.July 29, 2014 at 9:59 am #79707AnonymousGuest
Going for PG in regular mode is not permitted by any law/ G.O. Moreover, MC has not followed correct course of action. How did it permit the said teacher to go through a regular course? The MC was over-reactive and did not follow S/18. To safeguard her interest the AT should contact the WBBSE immediately.July 30, 2014 at 2:45 am #79711AnonymousGuest
[attachment=0]10570407_693392574072884_5638634938171946470_n.jpg[/attachment]please go through the article.July 30, 2014 at 4:49 pm #79713AnonymousGuest
I m confused someone said that my wife is nt deserve for m.a scale other side someone said that she may deserve m.a scale which one is correct?
Other side I had contract to high court advocate who said that my wife must get the m.a scale but advocate may said it for his professon benefit.
Pkz guys show me the right way.
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