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West Bengal Primary School Teachers Recruitment

West Bengal Pimary School Service Commission 
West Bengal Board of Primary Education 









West Bengal Primary School Teachers Recruitment Rules, 2001, compiled with up to date amendments, corrigendum.
RULES
CHAPTER I
Preliminary
 1. Short title and Commencement-
(1)  These rules may be called the West Bengal Primary School Teachers Recruitment Rules, 2001.
(2) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette.

2. Definitions- In these rules, unless there is anything repugnant in the subject or context,-
(a) ‘the Act’ means the West Bengal Primary Education Act, 1973;
(b) ‘appointment’ means appointment of teachers of Primary Schools in accordance with the provisions of the Act and the rules;
(c) ‘authorised officer’ means, unless otherwise specified, an officer not below the rank of Deputy Director of School Education, West Bengal, duly authorized by the Director of School Education, West Bengal.
(d) ‘Board’ means the West Bengal Board of Primary Education established under the Act;
(e) ‘Council’ means a Primary School Council established under the Act;
(g) ‘Director’ means the Director of School Education, West Bengal;
(i) ‘Government’ means the Government of West Bengal;
(j) ‘Head Teacher’ means the teacher of a Primary School appointed as Head Teacher of the primary school by the Council in accordance with these rules;
(jj) ‘non-teaching staff’ shall mean the Librarian, or clerk, or peon, or Laboratory attendant, as the case may be;
(k) ‘primary school’ means a school or a department of a school set up under the Act for imparting such primary education as the State Government may prescribe, and includes a primary school or a Junior Basic School recognished under the Act and in existence on the date of coming into force of the West Bengal Primary Education (Amendment) Act, 1996;
(l) ‘panel’ means a list of names of the eligible and selected candidates for appointment as teacher in Primary Schools, prepared by the Council according to rules;
(m) ‘rule’ means any rule made under section 106 of the Act;
(n) ‘superannuation’ means the date of retirement of a teacher from the service on completion of sixtieth year of his age;
(o) ‘teacher’ means a person who holds a teaching post in a primary school or in a Junior Basic School on a regular and whole time basis, and is paid either wholly or in part from funds under the control of the State Government in the Education Department;
(q) ‘vacancy’ means vacant post of a Primary School teacher caused by (i) creation of a new post by the Council with prior sanction from the Government, (ii) retirement of a teacher, (iii) death of a teacher, (iv) resignation tendered by a teacher and accepted by the Council, (v) removal or dismissal of a teacher or (vi) deputation of a teacher.
 CHAPTER II
General
 3. Roll strength for a teacher-
(1) A Primary School under the jurisdiction of the Council shall ordinarily have one teacher for every forty pupils or part thereof, not being less than twenty in a hilly, forested other thinly populated area. A second teacher may be admissible when the roll strength exceeds sixty. A third teacher may be admissible when the roll strength exceeds one hundred. Similarly, a fourth teacher may be admissible when the roll strength exceeds one hundred forty and so on. But in no case a primary school is to have less than two teachers.
(2) No Council shall appoint teachers in primary schools within its jurisdiction beyond the number of teacher sanctioned by the State Government for the district or the subdivision.
(3) A council may propose to the Director for sanction of additional posts of primary teachers due to increase in roll strength in primary schools of the district or the subdivision, as the case may be. The Director of School Education will send the said proposal with his views to the School Education Department for necessary sanction of such additional post.
4. Filling up vacancies- subject to the condition that the number of vacancies to be filled up shall not exceed the number of sanctioned post of teachers, a Council shall-
(a) determine from time to time, the number of vacancies in primary schools within its jurisdiction in accordance with the provisions of sub-rule (1) sub-rule (2) and sub-rule (3) of rule 3 and take steps to fill up the vacancies as and when necessary.
(b) also determine the vacancies in primary schools within its jurisdiction imparting education in any language other than Bengali, as per guidelines issued by the government and fill in those vacancies.
 CHAPTER III
Selection and Appointment
 (1) Teacher
5. Appointing Authority- District Primary School Council, Kolkata Primary School Council/ Siliguri Primary School Council shall be the Appointing Authority.
6. Qualification-
(1) No person shall be appointed by the Council as a teacher unless he-
(a) is a citizen of India;
(b) has completed the age of 18 years and has not exceeds the age of 40 years on the first day of the January of the year of recruitment; and
(c) possesses the educational qualifications as mentioned in sub-rule (2).
(2) The educational qualifications for the post of teacher shall be –
(a) Higher Secondary pass under the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent with at least 50% marks and 2-year Diploma in Elementary Education (by whatever name known); or
(b) Higher Secondary pass under the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent with at least 45% marks and 2 year Diploma in Elementary Education (by whatever name known), in accordance with the National Council for Teacher Education (Recognition Norms and Procedure) Regulations 2002; or
(c) Higher Secondary pass under the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent with at least 50% marks and 4-year Bachelor of Elementary Education (B. El. Ed.); or
(d) Higher Secondary pass under the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent with at least 50% marks and 2-year Diploma in Education (Special Education); or
(e) Graduation and two year Diploma in Elementary Education (by whatever name known); and
(f) Pass in Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) to be conducted by an authority under the State Government in accordance with Guidelines framed by the NCTE for the purpose.
Note 1. – A person with Graduation with at least 50% marks and B. Ed. Qualification or Graduation with at least 45% marks and 1-year Bachelor of Education (B. Ed) in accordance with the NCTE (Recognition Norms and Procedure) Regulations issued from time to time in this regard shall also be eligible for appointment up to January, 2012 provided he / she undergoes after appointment, an NCTE Recognised six month special programme in Elementary Education recognized by the National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE).
Note 2. – A person with D. Ed. (Special Education) or B. Ed. (Special Education) qualification shall after appointment, undergo six month special programme in Elementary Education recognized by the National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE).
Note 3. – The persons having qualification of Higher Secondary pass under the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent with at least 50% marks or graduate (irrespective of marks obtained therein) or equivalent without 2-year Diploma in Elementary Education (by whatever name known) or 4-year Bachelor of Elementary Education (B. El. Ed) or 2-year Diploma in Education (Special Education) shall also be eligible for appearing in the TET to be conducted for appointment of primary school teachers in the State up to 31st March, 2014, subject to condition that those who are appointed without professional qualification shall acquire the professional qualification as specified in sub-rule (2) of rule 6 above within a period of 2 years from the year of appointment.
Note 4. – Priority mentioned in sub-rule (7) of rule 9, shall be given to the eligible candidates who possess the minimum qualification as specified in sub-rule (2) of rule 6.
Note 5. – For the purpose of this rule, -
(a) a diploma or degree course in teacher education recognized by the National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) shall be considered;
(b) in case of Diploma in Education (Special Education) and B. Ed (Special Education), a course recognized by the Rehabilitation Council of India (RCI) only shall be considered.
Note 6. – Any candidate seeking appointment to the post of primary school teacher shall have studied and passed in the in the specific language as the first or the second language in the Higher Secondary Level or equivalent for which medium of instruction, the candidate is seeking appointment.
Note 7. – In case of the certificate issued by the authority other than the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education, the said certificate issuing authority shall be set up a statutory authority and the said authority shall be authorized by the Government of India or by the State Government of the concerned State, as the case may be, for issuing Higher Secondary Level certificate.
Note 8. – The equivalent of Madhyamik certificate means the said certificate issuing authority must be set up as per Act framed by the Government of India or by the State Government of the concerned State and the said authority must be authorized by the Government of India or by the State Government of the concerned State, as the case may be, for issuing Secondary Level certificate.
Note 9. – The candidate must have studied and obtained MAdhyamik Pass Certificate or equivalent with Mathematics as a subject.
Note 10. – The decision of State Government on the question of equivalent for the purpose of sub-rule (2) of rule 6 shall be final.
Note 11. – Candidates belonging to reserved categories SC/ST/OBC/PH shall be allowed relaxation upto 5% in the qualifying marks.
Note 12. – The State Government may, by notification, declare reservation upto 10% of the total posts newly created, for maintaining pupil-teacher ratio in accordance with the provisions of the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009, with a view to providing adequate representation of the candidates of such categories without disturbing the 100-point roster as notified by the State Government from time to time:
Provided that the academic and professional qualifications for such categories shall be the same as mentioned in sub-rule (2) of rule 6:
Provided further that notwithstanding anything contained in any other rule of these rules, the period of service rendered by any candidate of such categories, shall be available as relaxation of age and no such candidate attaining 55 years of age as on the 1st day of January of the year of the advertisement shall be considered.
Note 13. – The reservation quota for the candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Classes, Exempted categories, ex Service men and for physically handicapped candidates shall be maintained as per the existing reservation rules as framed by the competent authority, after deducting 10% from total vacancies for appointment on compassionate ground, with relaxation of the upper age limit as admissible under Government order.
Provided that in case the notification as mention in Note 12 is declared by the State Government, the total vacancies shall mean the existing vacancies plus newly created vacancies after deducting 10% as per provision of this Note.
Note 14. – The advertisement for filling up vacancies existing on the date of advertisement plus vacancies anticipated to arise against sanctioned strength, in course of next twelve months.

(3) For removal of doubt it is hereby declared that no extra marks shall be given for higher academic qualification at the time of selection of a teacher.

7. Selection Committee-
(1) A Council shall constitute a Selection Committee for the purpose of selection of eligible candidates and preparation of panel of or panels of such candidates for appointment of teachers in primary schools within the jurisdiction of the Council.
(2) The Selection Committee shall consist of the following members, namely:-
(a) Chairman of the Council, ex-officio;
(b) Secretary of the Council, ex-officio;
(c) Special Officer of Scheduled  Castes and Scheduled Tribes of the district, ex-officio;
(d) A representative of the District Magistrate, ex-officio;
(e) Seven members to be selected by the Council from amongst the members of the Council.
(3) The Chairman and the Secretary of the Council shall be the Chairman and the Convenor of the Selection Committee respectively.
(4) Any seven members of the Committee including the Chairman shall constitute a quorum.
(5) The Selection Committee shall normally function for a period of two years from the date of its first meeting but the Council may, during the said period, reconstitute the Committee for good and sufficient reasons to be recorded in writing. Any member of the Committee, other than an ex-officio member, may resign with one month notice to the Chairman. Similarly, the Council may remove any member, other than an ex-officio member at any time, provided that member has been informed of the reason of his removal and has been given an opportunity of being heard if he so desires.
8. Publication of employment notification-
(1) The Council shall, with the prior approval of the Government, publish the number of vacancies as determined under rule 4, except the vacancies mentioned in rule 14 and the vacancies to be filled up by inter-council transfer under the provisions of sub-section (k) of section 19 of the Act, together with other particulars with respect to such vacancies in two leading newspapers, one of which in the local language and other in English, and may also publish in one local weekly newspaper having adequate circulation in the district in which vacancies have occurred and one national level daily newspaper:
Provided further that the Government may, if it considers necessary to do so, notify the vacancies through such electronic media as it may consider necessary:
Provided further that the Government may direct to notify the vacancies centrally taking together all the vacancies in such manner as it may consider necessary.
(2) The detailed particulars which may inter alia consist of the following:-
(a) the date, place and time for collection of application form;
(b) the manner of submission of application form;
(c) date and time of written examination;
(d) quota for reservation with due consideration of the reservation policy of the Government of West Bengal;
(e) the manner of payment of application fee;
(f) any other particulars as may be approved by the State Government.
(g) terms and conditions of the recruitment.
(3) With the prior approval of the Government, the Board shall have the following power to lay down the modalities, procedure or guidelines, as the case may be;
(a) for selection of candidates for appointment;
(b) co-ordinate the entire procedural formalities relating to the recruitment; and
(c) engage any specialized agency for the purpose of written examination.
(4) Application form shall be obtained on payment of Rs. 100/- (Rupees one hundred only), which is non-refundable and the manner of payment shall be notified at the time of advertisement provided that the candidates belonging to SC/ST shall require to pay non-refundable fee of Rs. 25/- (rupees twenty five only) for the said purpose.
8A. Fee for application. – (1) A candidate shall be required to pay a non-refundable application fee of rupees two hundred in the manner as may be notified under sub-rule (2) of rule 8:
Provided that the candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes are required to pay the application fee of rupees fifty only:
(2) Notwithstanding anything contained in sub-rule (1), the candidates referred to in the proviso to clause (b) of sub-rule (1) of rule 6, are not required to pay any fee specified in sub-rule (1).
9. Selection Procedure-
(1) The Selection Committee shall, after prima facie scrutiny of the duly filled application forms submitted by the eligible candidates having minimum academic qualification as per rule above shall for Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) in the form of written test;
(2) The Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) shall be held as per guidelines issued from time to time by the National Council for Teacher Education and a person who scores 60% or more in the TET exam shall be considered as TET pass provided relaxation up to 5% marks shall be allowed to the candidates belonging to the reversed categories, such as SC/ST/OBC/PH;
(3) The Selection Committee thereafter shall be prepare a merit list of candidates to be called for the interview in the ratio of 1:2 of the total number of vacancies upon giving weightage of 95 marks as per norms of making:-
(a) there shall be 100 marks in total as full marks;
(b) Out of 100 marks, 95 marks shall be computed and allotted in the following manner:-
(i)Madhyamik pass under the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education or its equivalent10
(ii)Higher Secondary pass under the West Bengal Council of Higher or its equivalent25
(iii)Training as prescribed in sub-rule (2) of rule 6.20
(iv)Teacher Eligibility Test (TET)40
Total95
(v)The remaining 05 (five) marks shall be allotted for interview.100
(c) marks shall be given for items (i), (ii) and (iii) of clause (b), in the manner mentioned herein below:-
SL No.Examinations passedFull Marks 9590% and above80% and above but below 90%70% and above but below 80%60% and above but below 70%50% and above but below 60%Below 60%
1.Madhyamik pass under the West Bengal of Secondary Education or its equivalent10100908070503
2.Higher Secondary pass under the West Bengal Council of Higher or its equivalent252520171510[in case of reserved candidates or graduates as the case may be]
05
3.Teacher Eligibility Test (TET)4040353025[55% and above but below 60%]
20
4.Trining as prescribed in sub-rule (2) of rule 620[70% and above]
20
[50% and above but below 70%]
17
Below 50%
15

(4) (a) The Selection Committee thereafter shall prepare a merit list of the candidates for interview under Unreserved Category comprising of the names of the candidate of General, Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, OBC Category – A and OBC Category – B candidates qualifying on merit for appointment against unreserved vacancy and shall be arranged serially according to their merit;
(b) Thereafter, the Selection Committee shall prepare separate merit panels for Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, OBC Category – A and OBC Category – B candidates in the respective category as per statutory reservation rules, from amongst the remaining candidates of such categories;
(c) In case of candidates belonging to Exempted Category, Ex-Servicemen and Physically Handicapped category, a separate merit list shall be prepared for vacancies reserved for the respective category;
(5) After interview, all marks (out of 100) obtained by a candidate for academic qualification, training, TET and interview shall be added up and names of candidates shall be arranged in a descending order according to the total marks obtained;
(6) The final merit list for appointment for primary school teacher shall be prepared by the concerned District Primary School Council in accordance with the provisions of clauses (a) to (c) of sub-rule (4);
Provided that an additional panel of 5% of General, Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, OBC Category – A and OBC Category – B, Exempted Category, Ex-Servicemen and Physically Handicapped candidates shall be prepared in the same manner as referred to in sub-rule (4):
Provided further that additional panel of Un-reserved Category shall not include the candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes Category:
Provided also that in case of non-availability of suitable qualified Exempted category, candidates belonging to General, Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes and Physically Handicapped, the said vacancy of Exempted Category candidate shall be filled up by a non-exempted category candidate belonging to General, Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Classes and Physically Handicapped, as the case may be:
Provided also that in case of non-availability of suitable qualified Ex-Servicemen candidate belonging to General, Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and OBC Category – A and OBC Category – B, the said vacancy be filled up by non-ex-servicemen candidates belonging to General, Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes as the case may be:
(7) While preparing final merit list for any category for appointment to the post of primary school teachers of the concerned District Primary School Council, the marks of the untrained candidates become equal with that of the trained candidates, the trained candidates shall be given preference to the said untrained candidates having obtained equal marks;
(8) If in the process of recruitment or even after recruitment at any stage, it is detected or proved that a candidate has achieved success in the process of recruitment by way of unfair means or by suppression of some material facts, his or her appointment shall summarily be cancelled.
10. Approval of the panel-
(1)  The panels, after being passed in the meeting of the Council, shall be sent in triplicate to the Director with all necessary papers for approval.
(2) The Director or his authorized officer on receipt of such panels passed by the Council shall satisfy himself that the rules and the procedures in this respect have been followed and may approve the panel. Such approval, if made, shall be communicated to the Council immediately, provided that if in the opinion of the Director, there are defects or mistakes in the panel in observing the rules and the procedure, he shall point out the defects and mistakes and ask the Council to rectify the defects and mistakes and to submit the panels to him with correction for approval.
11. Appointment letters-
(1) On approval of the panel by the Director under rule 10, the Council after verifying the antecedents and original documents of the candidates selected for appointment, issue the appointment letter under the signature of the Chairman or by an officer, not below the rank of the Secretary of the Council, duly authorized in this behalf and any appointment made otherwise shall be invalid:
Provided that in case of non-joining of a candidate within stipulated time from out of the normal panel, the Council may issue appointment letter from the additional panel of 5% referred to in sub-rule (8) of rule 9.
(2) Appointment letters shall be sent to the candidates’ address by registered post. The names of such appointees shall be marked in the panel preserved in the office of the Council.
Provided that appointment shall be made from the panel for vacancies as referred to in rule 4.
(3) No appointment shall be made beyond notified vacancy for which the panel is to be prepared and the inclusion of name in the panel shall not constitute a claim for appointment.
12. Observance of statutory provisions for reservation-
In every case of selection and appointment under chapter III, the statutory provisions for reservation, relaxation of age limit and other concessions required to be provided for the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Classes and physically handicapped candidates shall be properly observed.
13. Validity of the panel
Approved panel shall remain valid normally for one year from the date of approval by the Director or his authorized officer provided that the Director or his authorized officer may extend the validity of such panel by six months at a time, but the total period of such extension shall not exceed one year.
14. Appointment on compassionate ground-
(1) When a teacher or non-teaching staff dies in harness before the date of his superannuation i.e. at the age of 60 years, leaving a family which, in the opinion of the Council, is in extreme financial hardship that it fails to provide two square meals and other essentials to the surviving members of the deceased teacher’s family, the –
(i) spouse;
(ii) son;
(iii) daughter
Of the deceased teacher’s family who is possessing required educational qualifications as laid down in clause (a) and (c) of sub-rule (1) of rule 6 and unemployed, and not below 18 years of age and not above 45 years of age and found eligible to teach, may within two years from the date of such death make a prayer in writing to the Council for appointment as primary teacher on compassionate ground.
Provided that only one member of the family of the deceased primary teacher’s family may be appointed on compassionate ground.
Explanation – The expression “financial hardship”, in relation to income of a deceased teacher consisting of up to five members in his family, shall means an amount of income less than the initial gross salary of Group – D staff of the Council at the material point of time. For computation of income of such family, an income of an amount earned by each family member from any other sources than provident fund, gratuity and 20% of family pension of the first seven years or upon the attainment of sixty-five years of age of the deceased teacher had he been alive, whichever is earlier, at the material point of time, shall be taken into account:
Provided that if the family of the deceased teacher exceeds five members the income so computed under this explanation shall be reduced by 20% for each member exceeding five and the amount so arrived at shall be taken into consideration in computing the income for the purpose of comparing it with the gross salary income of Group – D staff at the initial stage at the material point of time.
(2) When a primary teacher applies for being declared permanently incapacitated on medical ground, to the Council may direct him for appearing before the Medical Board setup for the purpose according to the procedure laid down in the relevant rules or order of the time being in force, and after receiving the report from the Council, if the Medical Board declares him permanently incapacitated to continue in further service, he may be allowed by the Council to retire on an from the date of submission in such application and by virtue of his early retirement, if his family is in such extreme financial hardship that it fails to provide two square meals and other essentials to the members of the retired teacher’s family, the –
(i) spouse;
(ii) son;
(iii) daughter,
of the prematurely retired teacher, who is possessing required educational qualifications as laid down in clause (a) and (c) of sub-rule (1) or rule 6 and unemployed, and not below 18 years of age and not above 45 years of age and found eligible to teach, may make within two years from the date of such retirement, a prayer in writing to the Council for appointment as primary teacher on compassionate ground:
Provided that only one member of the family of the retired teacher may be appointed under the provisions of sub-rule.
Provided further that if the Medical Board shall not declare the teacher to be permanently incapacitated, the Council may allow him to rejoin the duty and the period of his absence, if any, shall be regularized as per existing leave rules applicable to him.
Explanation – The expression “financial hardship”, in relation to income of a teacher, retired under this sub-rule, consisting of up to five members in his family for consideration of appointment under this sub-rule, shall mean an amount of income less than the initial gross salary of Group – D staff of the Council at the material point of time. For computation of income of such family, an income of an amount earned by any other sources by each family member than provident fund and gratuity at the material point of time, shall be taken into account:
Provided that if the family of the teacher exceeds five members, the income so computed under this explanation shall be reduced by 20% for each member exceeding five and the amount so arrived at shall be taken into consideration in computing the income for the purpose of comparing it with the gross salary income of Group – D staff at the initial stage at the materials point of time.
(3) On receipt of the application under sub-rule (1) or sub-rule (2), as the case may be, if the Council considers that the case deserves the compassionate consideration, it may, with the prior approval of the Director or his authorized officer, give appointment to the applicant as primary teacher.
(4) Notwithstanding anything contained in sub-rule (1) and sub-rule (2), the rules, orders or notifications issued by the Government relating to appointment on compassionate ground shall also be taken into account in making appointment under this rule.
(5) Not withstanding anything contained in this rule, the benefit of appointment of a member of the family of the deceased teacher or non-teaching staff on compassionate ground shall only be applicable to the in-service teacher or non-teaching staff, i.e. up to his attaining the age of superannuation and shall not be applicable for those person who is serving as teacher or non-teaching staff under extension beyond the age of superannuation.
14A. Provisions of rule 14 to apply with modifications to compassionate appointment of family of teacher o non-teaching staff of aided non-Government Secondary Schools. – (1) The Council may, subject to other provisions of this rule, appoint a member of the family of the teacher or non-teaching staff of aided non-Government Secondary Schools as primary teacher on compassionate ground.
(2) The provisions of rule 14 shall apply mutatis mutandis in the cases of appointment under sub-rule (1) of this rule and shall have effect subject to the following modifications in sub-rules (1), (2) and (5) of rule 14, namely:-
(a) references to the teacher or non-teaching staff shall be construed as references to the teacher or non-teaching staff of aided non-Government Secondary Schools;
(b) references to the Council shall be construed as references to the District Inspector of Schools (Secondary Education);
(3) The concerned District Inspector (Secondary Education) shall process the application and forward the same with its recommendation in deserving cases to the Council for disposing of the application in accordance with sub-rule (3) of rule 14.;
15. Maintenance of roster-
(1) the Council shall maintain separate rosters for the cases as referred to rule 14 and appointment shall be offered, after observing all formalities, according to seniority in such roster. In no case, such appointment on compassionate ground shall be made exceeding ten per cent of the existing vacancies in a calendar year.
(2) In the cases of appointment under rule 14, reference to the employment exchange and preparation of panel shall not be necessary.
16. Posting on appointment-
The primary teachers shall be posted in primary schools within the jurisdiction of the Council according to vacancies determined by Council under rule 4.
Teachers shall be asked to join their posts within a specified period, failing which their names may be struck off from the panel and appointments shall be cancelled without further communication to the candidates and the next eligible candidates in the panel shall be offered appointment.
16A. Training on Deputation –
(1) The Government may, by order, identify any training necessary for a teacher.
(2) The Council may, by an order, send a teacher for such training on deputation basis.
 (2) Head Teacher
17. Appointment of Head Teachers-
The Council shall appoint head teachers in every primary school within the jurisdiction of the Council from a panel of senior-most primary teachers possessing requisite qualifications as laid down in sub-rule (1) and sub-rule (2) of rule 6 and who have obtained a Junior Basic Training Certificate or Primary Teacher’s Training Certificate or equivalent.
18. Preparation of Panel-
A Circle-wise panel of head teachers shall be prepared by the Council between January and April of every year on the basis of vacancies occurred or due to occur “within 31st” December of the said year:
Provided that, if due to circumstances beyond the control of the Council, any teacher from the aforesaid panel is not appointed against the vacancies for that year, the panel shall continue in the following year in so far as such teacher is concerned and the name of such teacher may be placed at the top of the panel to be prepared in the following year.
19. Posting-
Head teacher may be posted in such primary schools where no head teacher is posted or the post of the head teacher is vacant.
A head teacher shall join his post within a period specified by the Council, failing which his appointment as head teacher may be cancelled and his name may be struck off from the panel of head teachers without any further communication, and the person whose name appears next in the panel of head teachers, shall be appointed and posted as head teacher in that post.
20. Appointment of Teacher-in-Charge-
The Council may utilize the services of the senior most primary teacher in a primary school as the teacher-in-charge, temporarily for a maximum period of six months at a time, when a panel of head teachers is not ready or the post of a head teacher is lying vacant for a considerable period of time:
Provided that such teacher-in-charge shall hand over the charge of the office to the head teacher from the date the head teacher assumes the charge.
 CHAPTER IV
Miscellaneous
 21. Retirement-
A primary teacher shall retire from the service on completion of his sixtieth year of age.
22. Premature retirement-
If, on the prayer of a teacher seeking early retirement, the Council is satisfied, after considering all aspects, that such prayer is justified, the Council shall seek approval of the Director for each such individual case and if the Director or his authorized officer approves, the teacher after such approval shall be allowed to retired before completion of his sixtieth year of age. No member of the family of the retired teacher shall be allowed any employment in this respect.
23. Confirmation-
(1) Subject to the provisions of sub-rule (2), sub-rule (3), sub-rule (4) and sub-rule (5), a teacher may be confirmed by the concerned Council against a sanctioned post with effect from the date following the date of completion of two years of service from the date of joining in a primary school.
(2) On expiry of the said period of two years and within a period of three months there from the Council continuous and satisfactory services of the teacher during the said period of two years.
(3) The report shall be furnished by the Sub-Inspector of schools within a period of three months from the date of issue of such letter or within such extended period, not exceeding three months as the Council may determine, and the Sub-Inspector of Schools shall be informed, by a letter, of such extension.
(4) Before confirmation of the teacher, the report shall be considered by the Council and if satisfied, shall issue an order of confirmation of the teacher.
(5) The teacher shall be confirmed with effect from the date following the date of completion of two years of service.
(6) If-
(a) no report is furnished by the Sub-Inspector of schools within the period or extended period mentioned in sub-rule (3), or
(b) the report of the Sub-Inspector of schools is not considered by the Council within, a period of three months from the date of receipt of the letter, as the case may be, the teacher shall be deemed to have been confirmed  with effect from the date following the date of completion of two years of service.
24. Application of the rules-
Notwithstanding anything contained in any special rules and orders to the contrary, rule 3, rule 4, rule 6, rule 23 and rule 26 shall apply to all recognized primary schools, irrespective of whether they are managed by religious or linguistic minority or not.
25. Appeal-    
An appeal shall lie, in respect of any action taken by the Council under rule 7, rule 9, sub-rule (1) of rule 10, sub-rule (2) of rule 11 and rule 12 to the West Bengal Board of Primary Education, if made within thirty days of such action, and the decision of the Board in this regard shall be final.
26. Reference to the Board-
If any difficulty arises in implementing any provisions of these rules, the matter shall be referred to the Board and .may take decision with intimation to the State Government
If, however, in the opinion of the Board, the matter needs to be referred to the Government, such reference to the Government shall be made by the Board and the decision of the Government shall be final.
27. Interpretation-
The interpreting these rules is reserved to Government. If any question arises relating to the interpretation of these rules, it shall be referred to the Government whose decision thereon shall be final.
28. Repeal-
All rule  and orders made under the Bengal (Rural) Primary Education Act, 1930 and the West Bengal Urban Primary Education Act, 1963 and the West Bengal (Rural) Primary Education (Temporary provision) Act. 1969 regarding appointment of teachers and service conditions of primary teachers, contrary t o the provisions of these rules, are hereby repealed in the districts where the West Bengal Primary Education Act, 1973 (43 of 1973), has come into force:
Provided that appointment of all teachers made with the approval of the Director or his authorized officer prior to the coming to effect of these rules into force, shall be deemed to have been made under these rules.

1 comment:

  1. sir,
    when the new recruitment form for primary school teachers eligibility test will come?

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