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December 24, 2012 at 3:55 pm #68324AnonymousGuest
An assistant teacher (female) of a high madrasah (H.S) seeks no objection certificate as well as study leaves for pursuing her PhD. She is in Hons/PG post with B. Ed. The TIC told her that here is no option for such, but she is still in her opinion that you (TIC) can do that. (keep it mind that the teacher is in additional post and her post is not confirmed till now and she took 14 medical leaves in her first year of service for perusing M.Phil, the leaves are not granted by the MC, she has not taken any prior permission & NOC for that MPhil).
Now my question is that what the TIC can do?
What the incumbent will do?
Please discuss on it urgently.December 25, 2012 at 2:52 pm #76154AnonymousGuest
As far I know the TIC can not give her any study leave in this purpose. She can inform the school, but there is no option to grant any study leave for Ph.D. You may consult with D.I.December 27, 2012 at 5:16 pm #76186AnonymousGuest
“keep it mind that the teacher is in additional post and her post is not confirmed till now and she took 14 medical leaves in her first & half year of service for perusing M.Phil”……………...in this case is there any problem if MC grant these 14 days leave as “medical leave without pay” as per GO NO 2327/04/G dated 11.06.04. please discuss on it urgently.January 6, 2013 at 5:32 am #76284AnonymousGuest
In no case a teacher of any govt./ aided school can get any study leave for pursuing his/her Ph.D. degree. As per present circular for pursuing Ph. D. degree, one must go through the course work of 4/6 months, for which also a teacher won’t get any leave. He/She has to do it by taking his/her own leave either casual or commuted. A person can also pursue the same by taking without pay leave for the required period as per rules.January 6, 2013 at 3:28 pm #76292AnonymousGuest
I also agree with the same opinion.January 8, 2013 at 2:52 pm #76318AnonymousGuest
Thanks Sajida & Krish for your valuable comments.
My Question is that what the TIC will do in such circumstances?January 8, 2013 at 3:55 pm #76320AnonymousGuest
TIC can go to the D.I. with the teacher and meet with the D.I. Then her curiosity can be removed. Is she qualified NET or SET? Then she also go to any university, there she can also ask about the rules.January 10, 2013 at 4:33 pm #76349AnonymousGuest
She is not NET qualified. Now she tries to make pressure with the help of some antisocial persons. lets see whats happen????February 6, 2013 at 3:29 pm #76793AnonymousGuestsaij wrote:……Is she qualified NET or SET? Then she also go to any university, there she can also ask about the rules.
Is it now essential to qualify NET/SET for pursuing Ph.D. research, and know the rules from University! In our times (late 90’s) it was not necessary.February 7, 2013 at 2:21 pm #76803AnonymousGuest
Yes you are right. Now the rules have been changed.February 9, 2013 at 4:51 pm #76848AnonymousGuest
It is now not at all essential to qualify NET/SET for pursuing Ph.D. research. As per present norms the aspirant who does not possess NET/SET qualification is required to pass a test conducted by the concerned university. All the aspirants who have qualified either NET/SET or university test (in lieu of NET/SET) are to undergo a course work of short duration in the university before commencement Ph.D. research.February 10, 2013 at 8:45 am #76853AnonymousGuest
Yes you are right. But the time specified earlier there was neither such exam conducted by the University nor such course work. At that time if you are qualified NET for fellowship then you will get fellowship from CSIR/UGC othewise if you qualified NET only for lecturership then you will get no fellowship for doing ph.d. But in my case, I first qualified GATE, then I applied in J.U. in response to an advertisement for doing Ph.D. financially sponsored by State govt. fellowship. In that case an interview was held among the candidates as there was a limited number of seats. After joining the said post, I qualified NET later. It was the process. I do not know the present process.February 10, 2013 at 2:05 pm #76862AnonymousGuest
Whatever told by you about the previous process is correct. You initially were not a recipient of UGC/CSIR fellowship as you qualified GATE and not NET (for JRF scheme). As a GATE qualified fellow you started getting fellowship from the state-sponsored project run by your research guide. GATE is for doing M.Tech. study followed by doctoral research. It is a common practice that the supervisors allow GATE qualified candidates for doing Ph.D. research in their projects because of nonavailability of NET qualified candidates. NET candidates are not dependent on the guide’s project as they get fellowship and contingent money from UGC/CSIR for doing research on their own projects under the guidance of a Professor.April 5, 2013 at 2:07 pm #77640AnonymousGuestkrish wrote:In no case a teacher of any govt./ aided school can get any study leave for pursuing his/her Ph.D. degree. As per present circular for pursuing Ph. D. degree, one must go through the course work of 4/6 months, for which also a teacher won’t get any leave. He/She has to do it by taking his/her own leave either casual or commuted. A person can also pursue the same by taking without pay leave for the required period as per rules.
but is there any rule where the MC cannot deny giving permission from pursuing Ph.D?April 8, 2013 at 6:41 pm #77693AnonymousGuest
Since it is related to incremental benefit, M.C. is supposed to allow him for doing Ph.D. research. However, pursuance of the course should not hamper academic interest of the school.
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