Release date: 2006-06-15

Policy Guidelines for Inter-district Transfer of JBT Teachers in Haryana

(Newswire Today) —  Panchkula, Haryana, India, 2006-06-15 - Haryana Primary Education Department has issued policy guidelines for inter-district transfer of JBT teachers and those seeking transfer may submit their applications to the concerned District Primary Education Officer.


Upto June 26 While stating this today, Haryana Education Minister, Mr. Phool Chand Mullana said that according to the guidelines,the teachers of the same category would be able to swap their respective places of postings. Priority would also be given for transfer of those having more than 70 per cent physical disability, widow or divorced female teacher and such male or female teacher who have been suffering from any incurable disease as declared by a government recognised hospital. He said that priority in transfer would also be given to those female JBT teachers who wanted transfer in such a district where their husband have been posted in the district cadre of the Education Department or in other departments. Also, such teachers who have been married after joining service and intended to seek transfer to the district in which either their spouse or in-laws have been residing. Unmarried female teachers, wives of serving army officers or officials or wives of officers and officials of para-military forces would also be kept in the priority group for transfers.

He said that others included in this priority group of transfers would be such female JBT teachers, whose husbands have been working in the organisations of the government, central government, autonomous bodies at the State cadre posts. In case, still a vacancy existed, a seniority list of male and female teachers would be prepared for the remaining applications and senior most among them would be first considered for inter-district transfer. Priority would also be given for transfer in couple cases in case of IAS,HCS,HCS (Judiciary officers).

He said that these guidelines have been forwarded to all district primary education officers for compliance. He said that they have also been guided on the criteria to be considered while accepting applications for inter-district transfers. Applicants of those posted on contract or on ad hoc basis would not be consideed. Those seeking mutual transfer would have to submit their consent in writing. Both the male and female teachers would have to submit an affidavit declaring that in case of their transfer to other district they would be prepared to forego their seniority in their respective districts and accept seniority at the lowest level in the new district.

Also, their lien in the old district would be finished. In case of inter-district transfer, the teachers would not be entitled to avail TA/DA and joining time.


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