HIGHER EDUCATION OF TEACHERS
March 5, 2012 at 6:52 pm #67228
I am an Assistant Teacher in English under BA(Pass) category in a city school, having joined in 2011. Though I had completed my MA, I chose to apply for pass category to have a better chance of securing the job. I want to ask you that if I want to now do a PhD in English or for that matter acquire any further degree (like M.Phil) will I be allowed?
I want to apply for PhD and want to know the procedures of how to do it and what permissions I need to get. Or will I not be considered at all? What is the case if any H/PG teacher thinks of applying.
Thanks in advance.March 6, 2012 at 1:29 pm #71517
As per G.O. No. 593-SE dated 27.11.2007, Rule 7, ” No such prayer for higher scale of pay from any teacher with Graduate Degree and Graduate scale of pay at the time of entry into service / joining the Schools will be entertained no matter whether he / she has secured this higher qualification before or after introduction of West Bengal Schools (Control of Expenditure) Act, 2005.”March 6, 2012 at 1:37 pm #71516
So, as per the said rule you will not get any financial benefit after completion of higher studies.
Even as per recent G.O. No. 37-SE/ES(S)/5P-37/2010 dated 05/01/2012 regrading Additional 2 Increments of Teachers for phD holders, you shall not be benefited after completion of phD. Because as per this order, ” … after having acquired Honours Degree in the regular course and then P.G. Degree in the relevant subject shall get 2 (two) additional increments … “March 6, 2012 at 1:43 pm #71519
Following should be the procedures that is to be taken by the Hons/PG teachers:-
i) Apply to the MC.
ii) Apply for Study Leave.
iii) Take prior permission from DI (SE) if additional increments would be claimed after completion of study.March 8, 2012 at 2:49 pm #71527
Well, I am not interested in higher scale. I do not want the increased scale and neither will I hamper any class in my daily routine. I just want to know whether I will be allowed to do a PhD. Again I state, I DO NOT WANT ANY INCREMENT. Can the school legally deny me the chance to apply for Phd?March 10, 2012 at 5:12 pm #71554
Sir, I think there is no legal bar in this regard. (No G.O. regarding this found).
However following may apply as per service conditions:
a) Normal works may not hamper. (you have already stated).
b) Scholarships / Grants etc. can not be taken.March 11, 2012 at 7:41 pm #71561
thanks a lot.March 12, 2012 at 5:01 pm #71570
Sorry! I take the opportunity to interfere a little bit into this nice discussion to help him out!
In such cases, no MC will accord any permission as nemo rightly said! But the RIGHT of a teacher to inform the MC has not been denied anywhere! He may JUST INFORM THE MATTER TO THE SECRETARY THRU HM!April 5, 2013 at 6:30 pm #77646
same case here….MC is not giving the NOC..what can i do?…there are some latest developments thru HC’s orders..could u pls help me?April 6, 2013 at 3:29 pm #77650
same case here….MC is not giving the NOC..what can i do?…there are some latest developments thru HC’s orders..could u pls help me?
In which ground M.C is deny to giving N.O.C? And in that case what are the role of T.R in M.C?
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