Haryana transfers 20,188 Principals, Trained Graduate Teachers and Classical and Vernacular teachers online

RAJESH AHUJA

CHANDIGARH:

Haryana Government on Tuesday transferred 20,188 Principals, Trained Graduate Teachers (TGTs) and Classical and Vernacular (C&V) teachers under its online teachers’ transfer policy by the click of a button. And the credit goes to senior bureaucrat and Additional Chief Secretary, School Education Department, Dr. K.K. Khandelwal.

I have been covering Haryana since 1993 and I have come across many senior bureaucrats and discovered that Dr.K.K.Khandelwal is the most “proactive”. He has been credited with introducing innovations in the Departments he has served, especially Haryana Public Relations.

 

 

The transfers were made by Dr.K.K. Khandelwal at the Shiksha Sadan in Panchkula, near here.

The transferred teachers include 17,013 such teachers who had completed five years’ tenure in one place, 8,903 C&V teachers, 7543 TGTs and 567 Principals. The teachers had been invited to mark their preference for school and place of posting through the MIS portal of the Department. As many as 192 teachers who had not marked their preferences were urged over the telephone to give their options.

What is interesting is that the teachers had been invited to mark their preference for school and place of posting through the MIS portal of the Department. As many as 192 teachers who had not marked their preferences were urged over the telephone to give their options.

Dr. Khandelwal said that the State Government would organize two-day or three-day teacher welfare camps in all districts so that they do not have to visit offices of the Department for redressal of their grievances. Senior officers of the Department would remain present in these camps, he added.

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Rajesh Ahuja

I am a veteran journalist based in Chandigarh India.I joined the profession in June 1982 and worked as a Staff Reporter with the National Herald at Delhi till June 1986. I joined The Hindu at Delhi in 1986 as a Staff Reporter and was promoted as Special Correspondent in 1993 and transferred to Chandigarh. I left The Hindu in September 2012 and launched my own newspaper ventures including this news portal and a weekly newspaper NORTH INDIA KALEIDOSCOPE (currently temporarily suspended).