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The Haryana cabinet has approved the draught of the 2023 teacher transfer policy

The Haryana cabinet has approved the draught of the 2023 teacher transfer policy.

The new policy’s goal is to preserve students’ academic interests while also ensuring equitable and demand-based distribution of teachers and school heads.

The Haryana cabinet has approved the draught of the 2023 teacher transfer policy

4 August, Chandigarh – Mr. Manohar Lal presided over today’s cabinet meeting, which approved the draught Teacher Transfer Policy, 2023, which repealed the Teacher Transfer Policy, 2016, which was announced on June 5, 2017. The new policy intends to preserve students’ academic interests, increase staff work happiness, and ensure equitable, demand-based distribution of teachers and principals in a fair and transparent manner.

The Teacher Transfer Policy was announced in 2016 and amended in 2017. From time to time, various changes were made to it. The Department encountered several difficulties in adopting the present policy over time. As a result, it was decided to repeal this policy and implement a new policy by changing some current provisions and shortening and clarifying the policy by introducing some new elements.

The new policy’s main points-

The concept of zones and marks based on State Teacher Awards and National Teacher Awards has been eliminated as one of the major changes recommended in the draught policy.

A teacher can stay at a school for up to five years- According to the new policy, a teacher can stay in a school for up to five years during his or her service career. Aside from that, the new policy includes a graduated provision for widows.

Regular teachers and guest teachers who are eligible may choose a minimum of ten academic blocks – For state cadre and district cadre roles, the new policy will require qualified regular teachers and all guest instructors to choose a minimum of 10 academic blocks for all blocks in a certain district.

Normalisation will be performed for each block and position, taking into account both regular and guest instructors’ preferences. Furthermore, all male and female teachers whose spouse works in any Department/Board/Corporation/PSU/State University of Haryana State or any Central University situated in Haryana or Central Govt. /PSUs and working on a regular basis or posted as guest faculty in Haryana, Delhi, and Chandigarh will be given a maximum of 5 marks.

C&V teachers will be given preference because they are part of the district cadre.

As a district cadre, C&V teachers will be given priority over TGT cadre teachers in their district to ensure their posting within the district.

All qualified ESHMs will be required to apply for both the ESHM and TGT positions. When allocating the selected eligible position to ESHM, preference will be given to the option of the post of ESHM. Only after all ESHM positions have been filled will the remaining ESHMs be assigned to TGT positions.

On the basis of school outcomes, a provision has been proposed to limit the advantage of good performance to the Principal and Head Master.

Teachers (PGT/TGT/C&V) from subjects with less than 80 students will not be required to participate in the drive owing to the completion of their 5-year tenure, unless their post is declared surplus as a result of post rationalisation. Before each GTD is implemented, the Department will publish a list of such subjects.

Teachers who choose to serve in the Nuh district and Morni area block will receive a 10% rise in pay.

If a teacher is willing to be posted against a vacancy in a school located in Morni area of Panchkula district or Hathin educational block of Palwal district or Nuh district (considered as Mewat area) and he/she has registered in Morni area and Palwal, Nuh, Neither has declared Panchkula as his/her home district in the case of Faridabad or Gurugram, nor has passed 10th or 12th standard from a school located Regular instructors would receive an additional 10% of their normal wage plus a dearness allowance, while guest teachers will receive Rs 10,000 per month.

A teacher can get a maximum of 20 points from the policy’s specified categories. In any case, the maximum qualifying marks based on age and special considerations cannot exceed 80.

In the case of Principals, the average pass % of 10th and 12th classes will be used to calculate academic performance, as shown in the table. Only the 10th class pass percentage of the board exam will be considered for calculation of marks in the case of principals. If both husband and wife work in the education area, either of them might claim the advantage of ten points.

Chronic Heart Disease and Chronic Arterial Disease, Chronic Renal Failure, Brain Tumour,

Malignancy of Multiple Organs, Paraplegia / Quadriplegia / Hemiplegia, Multiple Sclerosis, Myasthenia Gravis, Parkinson’s Disease, Thalassemia are among the debilitating disorders covered by Teacher Transfer Policy 2023. Haemophilia, aplastic anaemias, myelodysplastic syndromes, AIDS, liver and kidney transplants, cystic fibrosis, and type 1 diabetes are all examples of rare diseases. Administrative Secretary School Education at least 30 days before the general transfer drive begins

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