November 21, 2012 at 12:57 pm #52298
my colleague has done 1-yr PTTi course in 1998 and joined school on 02/05/2002…..Does he need upgrade of training qualification……November 22, 2012 at 7:23 pm #52299
I have joined as a primary teacher on 31/10/2005.My education qualification was M. Com., B.Ed.at that time.One and two year traning course from fillup done by all other teachers for B. Bl. Ed.Our six months traning when and where and also in which way will be conducted not known to me.Thanking you. JANMEJAY MANDAL, Asst. Teacher of CHOUDDARASHI F. P. SCHOOL, under MATHURAPUR EAST CIRCLE, SOUTH 24 PARGANAS , WEST BENGAL.November 26, 2012 at 12:58 pm #52300
I pass HS(10+2) vocational courses from ncvt with 83% from purulia(W.B)Can I apply for primary teacher eduction examination 2012 please reply immediately.its urgent because i have submit my application form so i am very worried for my statusNovember 27, 2012 at 3:06 pm #52301
yesDecember 7, 2012 at 9:46 pm #52302
If two years of ITI course equivalent to 10+2 ?January 15, 2013 at 3:43 pm #52303
Sir, The ExSM of our country (served for more than 15 yrs or more in IAF, Indian Navy,& army)are given a Certificate of Graduation, which is mandatory to have same weightage as Grdaduation for all the Gp C & Dp B post, wherever the qualification of Graduation is sought for, either by Central,State Govt, Govt undertaking , Banks, UPSC, SSC etc. The Certificate of Gradduation is authenticated with the appropriate authority of the GOI, Ministries of Home Affairs, GOI, Min of Pers, GOI, Min of Def. and moreover The President of Rajya Sainik Board, Vice President of Rajya Sainik Board, Hon’ble Chief Minister are intimated the policy. Recently, In this respect, please refer GOI, Min of Def ltr No.0515/Gen/Emp-3 dt 02 Jul 12012, addressed to School Edn Deptt (Pry Branch).
Please circulate an authenticated policy in this respect for all concern, with perusal of all policy letters of Central Govt, to avoid the confusions arised, as early as possible.January 25, 2013 at 3:20 pm #52304
Pl. reply and confirm the eligibility of serving Asst Teachers of EXSM, since being asked the same frequently. In this regard please refer GOI, Min of Def ltr no.0515/Gen/Emp-3 dt 02 Jul 12, addressed to School Education Department (Pry Branch). Auth. of Certificates issued to EXSM, who have rendered 15 yrs of Service and having passed some requisite Exam and considered Equivalent to Graduate vide GOI, Min of Pers, ltr No. OM/15012/8/82/(Est(D) dt 12 Feb 86. Please Issue instruction to all DPSCs, S.Is and D.Is. In the letter of GOI, Min of Home clarified all these things to the Hon’ble Governor of WB (The President of Rajya Sainik Board) and Hon’ble Chief Minister of WB (The Vice President of RSB) vide GOI, Min of Home No.36034/5/85-Estt(SCT) dt 14 Apr 87. For Indian Air Force, person who have passed CORPORAL EDUCATION TEST’ in Scheme ‘A’ are Equivalent to H.S.(with 50% of marks) and issued Requisite Certificate to that effect and the Senior Non Commissioned Officer of AF, who have passed Sergeant Education Test, are issued with Certificate as Equivalent to Graduate. Please persue at the earliest.February 10, 2013 at 9:12 pm #52305AnonymousInactive
As per “National Employment Service Manual-Vol-II” Sl No-8 of APPENDIX 1(8) at Page-99, clearly says I.A.F Educational Test(for promotion to the rank of Corporal)is Recognised as equivalent to “Higher Secondary Examination of a Recognised Board or Pre University Examination”. But the sad part is that it is “Only for those airmen who are Matriculates and have passed the LAC Reclassification Test and the IAF Educational Test under Scheme‘A’ (Non- Matriculate airmen qualifying IAF Educational Test for promotion to the rank of Corporal will not be eligible for the award of Certificate equating with Higher Secondary /PUC Examination)”. Though the Graduation part in that recent order for ‘up-gradation of Qualification’ does makes a sense! Ex Servicemen of KPSC(i.e Kolkata Primary School Council) are given a waiver in this regard. But, I feel, councils are not appropriate authorities for issuing such waiver. They will have to take clearance from NCTE, which (i.e. that clearance) invariably has to be an order. See hereFebruary 11, 2013 at 12:04 am #52306AnonymousInactive
Though it is grossly belated, but still you can mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information!February 11, 2013 at 12:05 am #52307AnonymousInactive
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