Tuesday, January 24, 2012
Grant of benefit of increment to the untrained Assistant Teachers not undergone completed B.Ed Training yet.
Government of West Bengal
School Education Department
Bikash Bhawan, Salt Lake, Kolkata- 91
No. 759-SE(S)/2P-1/09 Dated: Kolkata. The 30th July 2009
From : Shri S. Mahapatra
O.S.D & ex-officio Jt. Secy to the Govt. of West Bengal.
To : The Director of School Education, West Bengal
Sub : Grant of benefit of increment to the untrained
Assistant Teachers not undergone completed B.Ed Training yet.
In reference to his memo no. 2443-G.A/OM-20/2006 (pt.) dated 24.12.2008 on the above noted subject, the undersigned is directed to say as per existing rules /provisions 4(four) increments are allowed to the Asst Teachers during their first 5(five) years of service within which they have to complete the B-Ed course approved by NCTE. As during the period of Court Cases continued for the last 3 years, the incumbents’ concerned were unable to even get themselves admitted to the B-Ed Course in the colleges approved by NCTE, the Governor after careful examination of all the facts & circumstances of the cases has been pleased to allow the incumbents in drawing increments upto the year 2012 as usual and during that period they must have to complete such training approved by NCTE.
This is only one time relaxation which is being granted upto the year 2012 and will not be extended beyond that on any ground.
This order issues with the concurrence of the Finance Department vide U.O. No. 1368, Group-P(Pay) dated 07.07.2009
Sd/- S. Mahapatra
O.S.D & ex-officio Jt. Secy.