J&K : 3 teams to check norms violation on school transfers

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The Directorate of School Education, Jammu, has constituted three monitoring teams to look into the implementation of cancellation of attachments and deployments on an academic rationalisation basis in the Jammu division.

Pertinently, the government had ordered cancellation of all attachments in the School Education Department on July 6.

Sources said after due deliberations, the Chief Education Officers (CEOs) of the Jammu region submitted full details of attachments and their cancellation along with a certificate. They said the directorate came to know that in some cases, the cancellation of attachments had not practically taken place which was a violation of government instructions

After the matter was discussed in detail at a high-level meeting, the directorate decided to get the factual positions ascertained through a three-tier mechanism.

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Three teams were constituted for each district. Team 1 has been assigned the districts of Jammu, Samba, Reasi, Kathua and Udhampur.

The members comprised Mohammad Latif, Joint Director; JK Sudan, CEO, Jammu; Ram Pal Bal, CEO, Samba; Tarsem Lal, Principal, District Institute of Education and Trainings, Basohli; Sham Lal, Principal, District Institute of Education and Trainings, Samba; Bansi Lal, Principal, Government Girls’ Higher Secondary School, Reasi.

The team 2 which has been assigned the districts of Rajouri and Poonch comprised Mohinder Singh, Field Adviser, State Institute of Education, Jammu; Surinder Kumar, Field Adviser, State Institute of Education, Jammu; Pardeep Sharma, Principal, DIET, Rajouri, Oneel Bhat and Ajay Vashisht, Principal.
Kishtwar, Doda and Ramban districts were assigned to team 3 comprising KL Parihar of the State Institute of Education, Jammu; Bishnah Singh, CEO, Kathua; Ashraf Rather, Principal, DIET, Reasi; Tarsem Lal, in charge CEO, Directorate Of School Education and Roshan Lal, n charge CEO, Directorate Of School Education.

The teams had been directed to conduct random cross-checking in all zones and submit a report by August 26.

The reports submitted by the teams will be further cross-checked by senior officials in order to ensure the implementation of orders in letter and spirit.