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June 5, 2015 at 10:14 am #70086AnonymousGuest
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G.O. published: https://wbxpress.com/suspension-classes-heat-wave-june-2015/June 5, 2015 at 2:51 pm #80515AnonymousGuest
Thanks to both of you for providing this information. Now, given the situation, I would like to raise one point. If any school is not willing to suspend the classes and defies the G.O., and if any teacher of that school remains absent from 8th to 13th June on personal ground, will his absence be treated as M.L., or will it be treated as a fault of the school authority? Now, even if he is penalised M.L.s for absence what steps should he follow? Don’t get embarrassed by these queries. This kind of situation may arise is case of the schools of North Bengal. Please, reply immediately. Many of our colleges hail from far south.June 5, 2015 at 3:01 pm #80516AnonymousGuest
Don’t get me wrong. But, these type of orders should not be applicable for Northerners.June 5, 2015 at 3:35 pm #80521AnonymousGuest
[USER=3]@asif[/USER] Ha, ha, ha…….yes, you are in the position to say so. But, the point is the winter vacations don’t get extended when we shiver due to chilly cold. But, of course, the south is really burning under this scorching sun. But, apart from this, I have actually referred to the matter which many of our colleagues from south might be pondering over right now.June 5, 2015 at 3:39 pm #80523AnonymousGuest
Find it also…..June 6, 2015 at 1:46 am #80530AnonymousGuest
The Summer Vacation, 2015 in West Bengal schools have been extended up to 13-JUNE-2015.
The schools are likely to be reopened on 15-JUNE-2015.
Here are the relevant ORDERS.June 6, 2015 at 3:15 am #80532AnonymousGuestsourishjal, post: 14257, member: 2973 wrote:…If any school is not willing to suspend the classes and defies the G.O., and if any teacher of that school remains absent from 8th to 13th June on personal ground, will his absence be treated as M.L.,..
Yes, definitely his/her absence will be treated as ML or as per Leave Rules.sourishjal, post: 14257, member: 2973 wrote:..or will it be treated as a fault of the school authority?….
Fault of the School is a different issue. Suppose some kind of mishaps or unfortunate incidents have taken place during this period of declared vacation, the School Authority may fall in severe awkward position for not abiding by the said G.O. for extension of vacation. Otherwise, loss or gain of a staff of the school will not effect the decision of the School Authority. Be sure, a staff of the school might not be able to fight against the decision of the School Authority in this ground. Finally, all the above words are my personal realization. Thanks.June 6, 2015 at 3:02 pm #80536AnonymousGuest
Many, many thanks Garain Da.June 7, 2015 at 2:28 am #80544AnonymousGuest
The extended summer vacation order from the authorities of the WBCHSE.June 7, 2015 at 6:13 am #80545AnonymousGuest
I took commutative leave from 2nd june to 6th june post summer vacations. On 6th the government declared an extended summer break from 8th to 13th june. My query is if the whole period of 2nd to 14th will be treated as commutative leave. Although 8th to 14 th is a govt authorised holiday. Please keep in mind that I haven’t joined school since summer vacations as 7th was a Sunday. Please help in clarifying. Thanks. I work as a secondary school teacherJune 7, 2015 at 9:27 am #80547AnonymousGuest
You go through the points:
1. Commutative Leave (in place of HAPL) is solely reserved as per the application of the applicant. It unlike the CLs and MLs cannot be extended. It is generally replaced with MLs in case of penalization for unauthorized extension of the said leave.
2. In your case, the commutative leave will be recorded from 2nd to 6th June. Now, as of your query whether the duration up to 14th June will be counted as Commutative leave or not, I assure you not get worried about that provided you rejoin school on 15th June. You must join the school on 15th June to avoid MLs as penalty.
3. Generally our vacations end on Saturdays and we rejoin school on the immediate Mondays. The Sundays that fall in between are counted as holidays following a vacation. The same applies in your case. A Sunday falls in between the last day of your commutative leave and the first day of the weak of school suspension. Now, if you join on 15th it will still be regarded as a holiday.
Hope, it’s all clear now.
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