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Blue-eyed employees posted for years together at Central, Head Offices
Transfer policy goes for a six in JKBOSE
2/21/2020 11:55:26 PM
Jehangir Rashid

Early Times Report

SRINAGAR, Feb 21: The transfer policy in the Jammu & Kashmir Board of School Education (JKBOSE) has been dumped since many employees of the Board have not transferred for years together they and continue to stay put at present places of posting.
Early Times has learnt from sources that more than a dozen employees of JKBOSE are posted either at the Central Office or the Head Office for years together and they have not been transferred elsewhere. This has resulted into a situation by virtue of which these employees are calling the shots at present places of posting.
“The JKBOSE has offices in all the 22 districts of erstwhile state of Jammu & Kashmir, but these blue eyed employees have been posted at the Central or Head office for years together. These employees have been able to motivate the higher ups of the Board and due to this reason they have not been transferred,” said sources.
Sources said that these employees holding posts such as Senior Assistants and Junior Assistants at JKBOSE have not been transferred to the district offices and they continue to be posted either at the Central or Head office. On the other side the other employees of the Board are being subjected to transfer policy in vogue and transferred from time to time.
“There is a regular policy of the government that a permanent employee has to be transferred after a period of two years. However, these orders are not being implemented in JKBOSE and the Board has its own policy of pick and choose when it comes to transferring the employees,” said sources.
Sources said that for the past eight to ten years these blue-eyed employees have not been transferred for the reasons best known to the people at helm at JKBOSE. They said that these employees are calling the shots and are in fact taking decisions vis-à-vis policy matters of the Board.
“It is quite unfortunate that the present dispensation has not taken any decision with regards to the transfer of these blue-eyed employees. These employees need to be transferred so that the transfer policy is implemented in letter and spirit in the Board and there are no grouses among the other employees,” said sources.
Sources said that employees of JKBOSE are quite upset over the pick and choose transfer policy in the Board and they demand that ‘favouritism’ should be done away with respect to transfer of employees. The employees have urged the concerned advisor to intervene and take the corrective steps at the earliest.
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