If you are a male teacher and aged below 50, you will be shunted out of girls high school. If no female teacher is available as headmaster for girls high schools, only male teachers aged above 50 will be posted as headmasters there.
If the pass percentage in SSC examinations is less than 10 percent in a particular school, then the headmaster concerned will be transferred to a school where there is no road connectivity. The state government on Thursday issued detailed guidelines for the transfer of teachers, more than one month ahead of the next academic year. The counselling schedule will be announced later.
The guidelines relate to transfer of headmasters (grade-2 gazetted) and teachers, working in government, ZP and MPP schools.
Rationalisation of teachers is needed as some schools have more teachers and some have less. The transfers are intended to regulate staffing pattern, the school education department said in its orders issued on Thursday.
All transfers will be made after counselling, through transfer committees constituted for each district/zone.
Those who have completed eight years of service at a particular school as on July 1 this year will be transferred compulsorily. However, if such teachers are about to retire within two years, they will not be shifted.
The male headmaster grade-2/teacher, aged below 50 years as on July 1 and working in a girls high school, will be transferred. If no woman HM/teacher available to work in a girls high school, then male HM/teacher above 50 years may be considered for posting to such schools, the order said.
The headmaster grade-2 and the subject teacher concerned of the school where the pass percentage in SSC is less than 10 percent will also be transferred to where there is no proper road connectivity, it said.