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Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Application Form for Mutual Transfer 2012


Mutual Transfer is now a reality. With the transfer of School one needs to withdraw his/ her PF accumulation from his erstwhile school for which Form IX-A is required.

Download IX-A Form from this link.

HRA Declaration Form

Spouse of most of our Teachers are employee of other department. They need to submit Declaration in respect of the status of their spouse. Format of such Declaration Form is uploaded here. A salary certificate of his / her spouse should be enclosed with this Declaration Form in every January & July as per rule.

Download the Form

Forms for Approval of Appointment in respect of Teaching & Non-Teaching Staff

The formats which are required in connection with the Approval of Appointment of Teaching & Non-Teaching Staff from DI/ADI office are uploaded here. Some Headmaster requested to upload such form as they faced problem to collect it from Town Based Shops.

Proforma for Teachers' Approval

Proforma for Non-Teachings' Approval

Saturday, February 25, 2012

Mutual Transfer Application Form for Teaching & Non Teaching Staff of West Bengal

Mutual Transfer Order has been published by the Education Department vide its G.O. No. 348-SE dated 21-02-2012 for which the teachers are waiting for long.

 Here are the Quick view of the order

Condidtions for  Eligibility for Mutual Transfer of a teacher,- 

a)                  mutual Transfer shall be made between two teachers who have been appointed against the same category of vacancies and holding the same category of posts and teaching the same subject;

b)               a male incumbent shall not be eligible for mutual transfer with a female incumbent of a girls’ school;
c)               the service of the incumbents concerned shall be confirmed at their respective places of posting;

d)               the Incumbents concerned opting for mutual transfer shall be from the same category of schools, having same medium of instruction i.e. Bengali or English or Hindi or Nepali or Oriya or Santhali or Telegu or Urdu or Bengali-Urdu;
e)               mutual transfer shall be made between two teachers against whom no Judicial or Departmental proceeding is pending or is being contemplated.

(3)     No incumbent shall be allowed to apply for mutual transfer when his/her date of superannuation is within a period of two years from the date of application for mutual transfer.

Procedure for submission of application for Mutual transfer in respect of teacher-
(1)             An incumbent teacher desirous of mutual transfer under the provisions of these rules shall apply to the Central Commission in the Form along with a requisite fees of Rs1000/- to be paid by Bank Draft drawn in favour of the West Bengal Central School Service Commission.

(2) The application so submitted shall contain the “No Objection and Declaration of the School”, as mentioned in PART-II of the Form under the signature and seal of the Secretary, Managing Committee or the Administrator of the School and the Head Master or Head Mistress or Teacher-in-charge, as the case may be.
(3) For the purpose of sub-rule (2), the school Managing Committee shall, after receiving Part-I filled up Form from the incumbent, place and consider such application in its immediately next meeting and fill up the PART-II of the Form.
(4)                     On receipt of such application, the Central Commission shall place it before the Hearing Committee and on receiving the report of the Hearing Committee, the Central Commission may, within a period of three months from the date of receipt of such application, recommend for mutual transfer of the two incumbents to their reciprocal places of posting.
(5)                       The Hearing Committee shall consist of three members selected by the Chairman of the Central Commission and the qualifications and allowances to be paid to the members of the Hearing Committee shall be decided by the Central Commission.
(6)                 The report of the Hearing Committee shall be made within 30 days from the date of receiving the application by the Hearing Committee from the Central Commission.
(7)               The Hearing Committee shall scrutinize the applications for mutual transfer and shall call the respective incumbents and the Secretary or the Head Master/ Head Mistress/Teacher-in-charge, as the case may be, of the concerned schools and the respective District Inspectors of Schools (Secondary Education) or the authorized representatives of the District Inspectors of Schools (Secondary Education) on the date of hearing. After hearing, the Hearing Committee shall prepare a gist, in writing, of the hearing of each application for mutual transfer and shall obtain full signature thereon of all of the persons mentioned above and shall submit a report in respect of each application separately by seven days from the date of hearing to the Central Commission.
(8)                 For the purpose of hearing before the Hearing Committee, the Central Commission shall, by giving notice in writing to all of the persons mentioned above by registered post with acknowledgement due, intimate the date and time of hearing as mentioned in sub-rule (7).
(9)            The recommendation of mutual transfer made by the Central Commission under sub-rule (4), shall be communicated to the incumbents, respective Secretaries of School Managing Committees or the Administrator of the concerned schools, as the case may be and the concerned District Inspector of Schools, within 30 days from the date of receiving the report of the Hearing Committee.
(10)                      While recommending the mutual transfer, the Central Commission shall mention clearly between the two incumbents who shall be released first by the concerned School Managing Committees or the Administrator of the concerned schools, as the case may be.

(11)               The incumbent who is released first from his or her post by the Secretary of the Managing Committee or the Administrator of the concerned school, as the case may be, shall join the post of his or her counterpart incumbent, within 3 days from the date of such release.
(12)                  On the date of joining of the first released incumbent teacher to the post of his/ her counterpart teacher, the other incumbent teacher shall be released first by the Secretary of the School Managing Committee or the Administrator of the concerned school, as the case may be and the incoming incumbent shall then join in the place of the released incumbent.
(13)              Being released from his/her post, the other incumbent shall join the post of his/her counterpart within 3 days from the date of his/her release.
(14)             The period between the release from one school and the joining to the other school on mutual transfer, shall be treated as joining leave which shall be recorded in the relevant part of Service Books of the incumbents. This joining leave shall not be more than 3(three) days.
(15)             The salary for the joining leave shall be claimed by the concerned Head of the Institution of the respective school where the incumbent joins on mutual transfer.
(16)                  No claim for any additional financial benefits like Traveling allowance or allowance for transporting belongings etc. shall be made by the incumbents.
(17)                The District Inspector of Schools (SE) concerned shall, after obtaining papers of mutual transfer from the School Managing Committee or the Administrator of the school, as the case may be, issue fresh approval of appointment to the incumbents who join in the post of the respective school. The joining leave shall be recorded in the approval memo issued by the District Inspector of Schools (SE) and the salary for the transit leave shall be allowed by the District Inspector of Schools (SE). 

Area / region for mutual transfer:-  
A mutual transfer between two incumbents shall be intra region or inter regions or intra district or inter districts, as the case may be, covering the whole part of the State of West Bengal, excepting the Hill areas of Darjeeling District
Admissibility of mutual transfer:-  
Such mutual transfer shall be admissible only once during the entire service period of an  incumbent.

Procedures of submissions of application of mutual transfer in respect of non-teaching staff or librarian:- In case of the non-teaching staff and the librarian, desirous of mutual transfer under the provision of these rules, the provisions of these rules shall, mutatis mutandis, apply.

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Child Care Leave - for Female Govt Employees

Much awaited and MOST wanted relief in the name of CHILD CARE LEAVE, has been extended to the Female Govt Employee working under the Govt of West Bengal vide G.O. no. 1364 dated 15-02-2012.

Total Leave : 730 
For rearing a Max of TWO minor children till they attain 18 years of age.
Not less than 15 days in a spell
Max 3 spell in a calender year
Probationers may also enjoy under extreme need.
May be combined with other leave

Click Here To See Order.


Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Attention: Centre Secretary & Officer-in-charge of MP Exam

Amendment has been made in the instructions for Officer-in-Charge/Centre secretary for MP exam 2012 on the following matters:



Read this as it is essential for smooth conduct of MP Exam. 


Monday, February 13, 2012

Sunday, February 12, 2012


77/2, Park Street, Kolkata – 700 016

Memo No. S/209.                                                Date: 06/02/2012

From: The Secretary, W.B.B.S.E.

To: The Heads of all recognized Secondary Schools (Aided & Unaided) in West Bengal


... in terms of Clause (18) of the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (Conduct & Discipline of Teaching & Non-Teaching Staff) Regulations, 2004, all the Heads of recognized secondary schools (aided & unaided) in West Bengal are hereby informed that as desired by the President of W.B.B.S.E., the teaching and non-teaching staff of his/her school should perform such duties for the conduct of public examination like examinations conducted by the concerned authority to such examinations. All the teaching and non-teaching staff may be instructed to render all possible co-operation in examining the Answer Scripts and performing Invigilation Duties during the examinations conducted by the Council of the Rabindra Open Schooling.

It may be mentioned in this connection that the authority of the West Bengal Council of Rabindra Open Schooling has decided to pay Rs. 5/- as remuneration per Answer script for examining the same and Rs. 90/- for each half of the invigilation duty & Rs. 20/- as Tiffin allowance.

All teachers of the Aided Secondary Schools are requested to render their co-operation and discharge their assigned duties for a larger social cause.





Tuesday, February 07, 2012

Attendnce Rule for Teachers

School Education Department
West Bengal Board of Secondary Education
No. S/879                                                                                                              Dated 10.11.1989
Sub:         Appointed Hour, Commencement of class teaching, Daily Assembly and          Late Attendance of Staff in Schools.

In suppression of all previous circulars on the above points the Heads of Institutions are requested to be guided by the following instructions of the Board.

Head of an Institution and all members of the staff, teaching and non-teaching should attend School at the appointed hour and shall not leave before the School closes for the day.

The appointed hour of a School shall start at 10 (ten) minutes before class teaching. Attendance at Daily Assembly shall be compulsory for all teaching and non-teaching staff including the Head of the Institution.

Late attendance shall be counted from the start of class teaching (i.e. 15 minutes after appointed hour) up to half an hour from it and no staff will be allowed to record his or her attendance after half an hour from the start of Class Teaching.

Head of an Institution may condone such late attendance if he or she is satisfied with the explanation offered by the staff concerned.

One day’s Casual Leave will be deducted for every 3 (three) day’s late attendance in a calendar month. In case the casual leave account of a staff is exhausted and the incumbent concerned comes late he / she shall be asked to apply for one day’s “Half Average Pay” leave for each three day’s late attendance in a calendar month. If he / she fails or decline to apply for such leave or if there is no such leave to his / her credit then he / she will be granted ‘Leave without Pay’ – one days leave for each 3 (three) days late attendance in a calendar month.

Sd/- S. Chattopadhayay
West Bengal Board of Secondary Education

But Please keep in mind that, the late attendance or attendance after commencement of class, of a Teacher who normally has 1st Period may cause immense suffering to the school.
Here is the difference between Teaching and the other profession.

Wednesday, February 01, 2012