Departmental inquiry indicts Zonal Education Officer Kulgam
‘SIDELINING HIGHER AUTHORITIES’
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Apr 17: An inquiry by the Directorate of School Education has indicted the Zonal Education Officer Kulgam for sidelining the higher authorities by extending the last date of an advertisement notice for engagement of Rehbar-e-Taleem teachers in Gajor Basti, Chaderjee in south Kashmir’s Kulgam district.
The Chief Education Officer in the advertisement No (CEO/K/439/11 Dated 22/7/2011) had sought applications for engagement of ReT teachers for the newly upgraded Primary School Gajor Basti.
The applicants were supposed to submit applications within seven days of the date of issuance of the notification. In response to the advertisement, four candidates applied for the said post. They included Ishfaq Majeed Lone, Muhammad Arif Lone, Gousia Akhtar and Rouf Ahmad Sheikh.
Officials said however, the ZEO extended last date of the submission of applications to 10/08/2011 with four more candidates, applying for the post, who have been identified as Firdouse Ahmad Khan, Safiya Amin, Showkat Ahmad Sheikh and Imtiyaz Ahmad Lone.
After receiving complaints against the Zonal Education Officer, the Director School Education had sought explanation from the Chief Education Officer Kulgam and Zonal Education Officer regarding alleged violation of norms.
The director had also constituted an inquiry committee in the matter.
“The inquiry committee in its report reveals that the Zonal Education Officer had extended the last date even without the consent of concerned Panchs and Sarpanchs of the area. The fact gives weight to the statements about the malice intention of the Zonal Education Officer,” the report stated.
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