July 10, 2012 at 3:27 pm #67677
Service BookJuly 11, 2012 at 3:42 pm #73194
thank u sir. but i need the G.O. my H.M.will not sign it if there is not any G.O.and if you can tell me what should i do ,i shall be highly obliged.July 11, 2012 at 4:05 pm #73195
We, the Govt employees are bound to abide by the Service Rules but as I am not related to Educational department, I cant say whether or which Service rules applicable to the teachers. Sorry to say, I never seen any G.O. related to the matter. I request our members related to educational department to have a look into this matter.August 1, 2012 at 4:23 pm #73506
if your Hm is the head of office & appended signature on it’s original part,he is bound to sign on the duplicate part, & the fact is clearly mentioned in WBSR- iAugust 8, 2012 at 2:45 pm #73590
unfortunately WBSR is not applicable to Teachers ( including HM) of govt.- aided schools!August 20, 2012 at 7:46 pm #73714
Dear friend, I admit that I am neither a teacher of aided school nor a state govt. employee. So I am not fully aware of the rules controlling the teachers’ service in aided schools in our state. But such limitation does not at all prevent me from rendering cooperation to you. Your HM is probably right in his view provided that there is no such G.O. guiding him to endorse the personal copy of your Service Book. Now think why it is required to be signed by HM only! Is it simply because that there is no other authorised officer/official available in your school for the purpose! Of course, your copy can be attested by any Gazetted / Group-A officer of the govt. if the original Service Book is made available to him for comparison. It is not always feasible as the original copy remains in the custody of H.M. under protected/secured condition. Your HM is not probably under compulsion to sign your personal copy for non-availability of relevant G.O. (if it is true). Had I been in your position I would have applied to the school authority/HM under RTI Act,2005 to provide to me a CERTIFIED COPY of Service Book. This is now a typical official procedure. It hardly matters who is the certifying authority whether HM or any other authorised officer! Best wishes.
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