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July 16, 2015 at 2:19 pm #70148AnonymousGuest
I am an Hons. graduate teacher in a higher secondary school.I am in Hons. scale. I joined in December 2013. My post is an additional post. Now I want to take admission into Master degree through distance mode so that after completion of Master degree I will get PG scale. I gave application to the Managing committee seeking permission of studying Masters degree. President of Managing committee said me to take admission and he will give permission after next MC meeting. Now, if I take admission before MC permission and before D.I. permission, any problem of change of pay scale that is Hons. scale to PG scale arise in future after completion of Master degree. Please reply to my query.July 16, 2015 at 2:43 pm #80753AnonymousGuest
Read my post in the following link: askwb.com/threads/validity-of-master-degree.1835/#post-14601. Do not forget to download the attachments.July 17, 2015 at 3:43 am #80761AnonymousGuest
That is there is no need to take any permission from the M.C. or D.I. Thank you dada for helping me.July 17, 2015 at 4:06 am #80762AnonymousGuest
The pleasure is all mine, bro.July 17, 2015 at 9:14 am #80763AnonymousGuest
The order of higher study permission is cancelled. But it is not said in the G.O. that permission is not needed for enhancement of qualification. Please clarify dada.July 17, 2015 at 10:05 am #80764AnonymousGuest
Ok. Now, if you are an Hons. Graduate in a subject, say English, at the time of appointment and you desire to secure M.A. in the concerned subject thereafter, is it not enhancement of your educational qualification? Yes, it is. On the other hand, M.A./M.Sc. is a higher degree than Graduation. So, whatever is higher study is also an enhancement in educational qualification. They mean the same thing. In this regard, remember, B.Ed. is a professional degree. You have got to have the permission of higher authority for B.Ed. Hope, it is clear now. Write, if you require further help.
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