Tuesday, October 4, 2011
2) Though it is the duty of the school or the Dte. of Education to gather the records of the junior teacher for verification and rectification of anomaly, always the teacher applying for stepping up is asked to personally collect the required documents of the junior teacher and that too after taking leave from their leave account as the principal rarely allow them to go and collect the records during school hours.
3) There are some teachers, who were informed about the anomaly in their pay but they said \"Kaun in chakkaron mein dhakke khaye\" and simply kept quiet. It is okay that this is their wish whether to point out about the anomaly and get him or herself stepped up or not.
But as a matter of fact others also suffer due to their attitude and draw less salary for no fault of them.
If these lazy or careless teachers are stepped up, their seniors will automatically be entitled for stepping up. Shouldn\'t there be another formula for stepping up?
Shouldn\'t be pay fixation formula that the pay is fixed in new pay scale after giving the same number of increments as were drawn in old pay scales?
If it is applied there won\'t be any injustice and anomaly in pay. 3)When HRD Ministry announced same pay scale for misc. categories of teachers as is for general, why can\'t they be stepped up with them?
Suggestion:- ------------ Dte. of Education Should be instructed to provide online complete and correct seniority lists for all the categories of teachers.
It is also suggested that personal mobile and or res. phone numbers of teachers should be shown in the seniority lists. It should be essential for all the teachers to submit this to the school or Dte. once in a year.
SKV Dhaka, New Delhi
PRT Devli,New Delhi
Meeta Biswas, PGT
MBDAV Sr. Sec. School
Green Park, New Delhi
Chandan Lal Parmar
Tuesday, July 26, 2011
Arya Sr. Sec School, Khanpur,New Delhi
S K Anant
JNV Korba, Chhatisgarh
Rajendranagar, New Delhi
Dear Delta team,
I was googling the RTE and found your site. I wonder if I can ask you a legal question re RTE>
I have a new school..low cost but high quality...that has not completed it’s registration. It takes a lot of time in Maharashtra but I suspect all over India there are schools like this and 1000’s of children affected.
When a child has to leave our school (Private unaided) and go to another school we write a bonafide certificate but cant give a full Leaveing Certificate. Some schools take the bonafide certificate but some are refusing to admit the child. We have a dear father who has moved to a town 3 hours away and the school will not accept the child based on our bonafide certificate ..the child is only 9. This seems ridiculous to me...(i am Australian) and I dont understand. I know the LC is a good concept, I assume to make sure kids dont leave fees behind in another school and then move to a new one..to build some accountability...but surely all over india are new schools in the process who dont have complete registration. Here in Maharashtra they aren’t registering any new schools right now. Also all over the state low income parents are dissatisfied with the Govt schools....and moving into private schools.
Do you have any insight into this?
IN the RTE it says a child cannot be refused admission. But it also says the principal can face disciplinary action. However registration takes time. ..unavoidably.
Can you give me any perspective on this. I feel very much for our few children and their parents who are having a difficult time with this. It could well take a year for our school to be registered and we have the Vice CM as the president of the trust we are working for. What about all those other schools and children out there. A friend of mine is also facing the same problem with one of her students who have moved on. Can these parents invoke the RTE and how would they go about it?
If you need to charge a fee for this advice do let me know. If you can just send me some advice quickly I would appreciate it as i feel very much for these parents who are facing problems.
Melinda Parker Gyanankur schools.
Monday, April 25, 2011
Asst Director, Ministry of Culture
National Archives of India
Kumar Vikas Saxena
Erode, Tamil Nadu
Hats off to DELTA
R D International School
Erode, Tamil Nadu
M L V R Prasad
JNV Nizamsagar, AP
Saroj Kumar Mishra
Saturday, February 19, 2011
S K Anant,
JNV Korba, Chhattisgarh
Dr. D S Saklani
JNV Valpoi, North Goa
Dr. Parul Gupta