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CEO Budgam transfers officials without approval of Director School Education Kashmir
Transfers become an industry in JK
2/27/2020 1:03:25 AM
Jehangir Rashid


SRINAGAR, Feb 26: The transfer of officers, officials and other employees in the various government departments in the union territory of Jammu & Kashmir has come up as an industry and the department of education is no exception in this regard.
Sources told Early Times that Chief Education Officer (CEO) Budgam recently issued some transfer orders of the employees in her department without seeking approval from the office of Director School Education Kashmir. The CEO Budgam did not deem it fit to seek approval of Director in this regard.
“It is important that any order issued by any CEO of the department of education is fully approved by the Directorate of School Education Kashmir. Without the approval of the Directorate the orders are considered to be null and void and they are not implemented on ground,” said sources.
Sources said that the orders issued under endorsement numbers like CEOB/2020/23600 dated 14-01-2020, CEOB/NT/2020/25844-47 dated 28-01-2020 and CEOB/NT/2020/26391-93 dated 01-02-2020 were not approved by Directorate of School Education Kashmir. Despite no approval the transferred officials were asked to join their new places of posting without any fail.
“The CEO Budgam has flouted the norms since she has not deemed it fit to approve the transfer orders from the Directorate issued by her office in January and February this year. At the same time she has attached many masters/teachers of her district in her office despite repeated orders of detachment issued by the previous governments from time to time,” said sources.
Sources said that the CEO Budgam purchases articles like furniture and stationary from selected shops without fulfilling the codal formalities. They said that during the purchase of such items nobody from the office or from the purchasing committee is taken on board with the decisions being taken by the CEO. “In the disguise of renovation of the CEO office and its different sections lakhs of rupees are being wasted. The CEO has gone to the extent of purchasing items for her home out of the funds allocated for the official purpose. These include purchases made on account of computer system, mobile phones, paper rims and bags,” said sources.
Sources said that some of the aggrieved teachers of the district approached the office of Additional District Development Commissioner (ADDC) Budgam with the hope that there would be some solution, but that was not to be. They said that non-teaching as well as clerical staff of the CEO Budgam protested against the autocratic and outrageous behavior of the officer.
Sources said that the teachers of the Budgam district under the aegis of Jammu & Kashmir Teachers Forum have lodged a complaint with the Directorate of School Education Kashmir regarding the arrogance and misbehavior of the CEO Budgam. They said that no action has been taken against the officer so far.
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