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Amid brewing resentment, Edu Deptt withholds transfer lists of lecturers
9/11/2023 11:09:52 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Sept 11: Amid brewing resentment against the teaching community of the school education department against the new transfer policy, higher-ups in the School Education Department (SED) have decided not to issue the remaining transfer lists of lecturers of some subjects.
Transfer lists of teachers and lecturers issued by the School Education Department have evoked strong resentment against the teaching community because only influential teachers and lecturers have been adjusted in city schools.
Sources said that a larger number of teachers and lecturers have already given their representation for modifications of their transfers because they have been thrown out in far-flung areas despite the fact that they have served in hard zones.
Sources said that some influential teachers and lecturers, who were serving in city schools for years together, have been shifted only to nearby schools. “A large number of teachers and lecturers who were serving in Zone I have been adjusted only in Zone-II but those serving in Zone-III and Zone-IV have been thrown out in remotest areas.
With much publicity, the online transfer policy was announced by the J&K government in April this year. It was announced that the exercise has been initiated to ensure that the data pertaining to the postings and tenure of employees of the department is accurate.
It was further claimed that the online transfer policy will ensure up-to-date information about each and every employee and their postings.
As per the notification issued by J&K Government (01-JK Edu of 2023), online representations were invited from the eligible employees for online transfers 2023.
The employees who had to mandatorily apply for transfers include teachers, masters, lecturers, principals, headmasters, Zonal Education Officers and equivalents. An employee needs to apply for posting in a school outside the Zone where she or she is currently posted.
Earlier this year, the J&K Government issued a list of schools under the School Education Department of J&K, and the categorized those into five zones.
A zone has been decided on the basis of the distance of the particular school from a particular district headquarters. Schools falling within 7 km of the district headquarter have been placed in Zone 1, 7 km-14 km is Zone II, 14 km to 20 km is Zone III, 20 km to 40 km is Zone IV and falling away more than 40 km from the district headquarters is Zone V.
“The tenure of the employees in Zone-I, II and III shall ordinarily be three years, at a particular school while Zone-IV and V shall ordinarily be two years and one year respectively, at a particular school.”
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