Simply a GPF slip from school will not solve the problem . Individual GPF account number is necessary to solve the entire problem. So what action can be taken so that DI of different district will be forced to do so. Ur comment is solicited .
I am an assistant teacher of a High School in Burdwan district. I have been serving there for the last ten years. I,along with my other colleagues did not get either our GPF account nos. Or GPF account statement slips.
Another point of deep concern is nomination of PF account. It has also been kept on hold. We tried to talk with the H.M. regarding the said issue. But no honest and sincere initiatives could be had from his desk.
Under such circumstances, what is it,if any at all, that we could proceed with to resolve the matter as it should have been done quite long ago. Please suggest the right direction and oblige.
yes, GPF of teachers in west bengal is a matter of concern. we deposit and save our hard-earned money thinking for the future of our family.. but the way the accounts are managed is simply horrible. both the DI office and the school authority are to be blamed for this. Here are some examples :
1. A regular teacher must avail and contribute to the GPF scheme from the 12th month of his service (not after completion of one year as most schools usually do).
the H.M. must ask for nomination in the prescribed form in duplicate at the very beginning. the H.M. must also allot him an account no. as per the Index Register of the School. The a/c No. is not like a bank a/c no. There is no such individual a/c no. the GPF money of the teachers of a sub.division is maintained by the treasury. the school can only offer a individual identity such as ……….. SE/DISTRICT NAME/SCHOOL NAME/ SL NO OF THE TEACHER(BASED ON DATE OF CONTRIBUTION TO THE GPF)
THE H.M. must also issue a teacher Form X at the end of each financial year giving him complete details of his previous balance/ this years deposit/ withdrawal if any/ interest/ closing balance.
unfortunately these are not followed by most schools. raise ur voice. this is our due.