Two Years Deputation Period for Teachers to B.Ed Course
Government of West Bengal
School Education Department
Bikash Bhavan, 5th Floor, Salt Lake City, Kolkata – 91.
No. 579-SE(S)/2T-01/15 dated, the 24th June, 2015.
From: Smt. Lalita Agarwala,
Joint Secretary to the Govt. of West Bengal.
To: The District Inspector of School (SE), All District,
Dist. ………………… Pin ……………….
Sub: Deputation of Teachers of recognized Govt. Sponsored Schools and non-Govt. Aided Secondary and H.S. Schools to B. Ed. Course.
As per NCTE norms, this year the duration of B.Ed. training course has been changed to 2 years. So the approved working untrained Assistant Teachers of the recognized Non-Government Aided Secondary Schools must have to undergo B.Ed. training course for two years. Considering the changed situation and in partial modification of G.O. No. 982-SC/G dated 07.03.1968, it has been decided that-
- The Governing Body/Managing Committee of a recognized Government/Government Sponsored/ Non-Government Aided Secondary School may allow approved working untrained teacher (Pass Graduate or Honours Graduate/ Post Graduate) for undergoing training in any NCTE approved 2 years B. Ed. training course.
- The Governing Body/Managing Committee of the School will forward the papers of the applicant teachers to the District Inspector of Schools for necessary countersignature and the District Inspector of Schools, in usual manner, will countersign the papers of the applicant teachers as and where the same will be required by the concerned College or University. For this year only, in unavoidable circumstances, the District Inspector of Schools may countersign the papers on post facto basis as the session will start very soon.
- The Directorate/District Inspector of Schools will pay the salary to the deputed teachers in usual manner on production of work done/on duty certificate from the concerned authority of the College or University.
- For appointment in deputation vacancy of two years duration, the recruitment rules as framed in G. O. No. 605-SE(S) dated 20.06.2006 will apply mutatis mutandis.
This is issued in partial modification of provisions made earlier in this respect. This has immediate effect.
Joint Secretary to the
Govt. of West Bengal
No. 579-SE dated 24.06.2015, Source