ReT Forum flays transfer policy
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Jammu, Jan 31: Jammu and Kashmir Rehbar-e-Taleem Teacher’s Forum Sunday flayed the transfer policy for RETs by the government and termed it as “dictatorial orders to harass” them.
Addressing media here today, the Forum president, Vinod Sharma said the government was adopting a “step-motherly treatment” with RETs who were regularized as per the scheme.
“Under SRO 396 government has launched ReT scheme in the state and there was no condition regarding the transfer of ReT teacher after regularization and now government is cheating nearly 50,000 teachers”, he said while claiming that the direction regarding ban on transfer of any ReT teacher after regularization was an “injustice.”
He said most of the ReT teachers had completed 10-years in same schools and government should formulate a comprehensive transfer policy for them so that female ReT teachers, who marry in other zones could be benefited.
Sharma said the government had also failed to resolve the issue of EVS converted into ReT. These teachers, he said, were not regularized as general teachers even after rendering seven years service as EVS and five years service as ReT teachers.
The Forum appealed to the chief minister to concede their demands at the earliest failing which it threatened to launch an agitation.
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