Tara directs for early submission of probe report

Fake ReT Appointments

Jammu, Feb 2: Deputy Chief Minister Tara Chand today directed for early submission of report of the committee constituted to inquire into the fake ReT appointments.
Underscoring on promoting transparency, Tara Chand said that fool proof transparent mechanism would be put in place by utilizing IT in the education department.
He was addressing annual day cum parents meet at the Government Higher Secondary School, Dori Dager.
 “We are aware that rural and far-flung areas are worst sufferers of the shortage of staff in schools and directions have already been issued to take up the matter at cabinet level and constitute district level boards to ensure fast track filling of vacant posts of teachers,” he said.
He said a transparent and vibrant transfer policy would be put in place and those employees who serve in hard areas would be given preference in next postings. Serving rural and far-off schools would be made mandatory but those give one academic year in such areas would automatically get subsequent preferential posting, he added.
He said posts have already been referred to PSC for selection and seniority lists of teachers have also been finalized for promotion, posts thus created would also been filled on priority through SSRB.
Taking note of continuing attachments, he said clear cut directions have been issued to immediately detach all the staff and any officer found not relieving the staff would face severe action under the law.
He said performance based incentives would be allowed and those principals and teachers whose schools under perform the staff would be treated as dead wood and action would be initiated under relevant rules.

Lastupdate on : Sat, 2 Feb 2013 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Sat, 2 Feb 2013 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Sun, 3 Feb 2013 00:00:00 IST

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