Rajasthan Transfer Policy
Rajasthan New Transfer Policy: Under the transfer policy, schools in urban and rural areas have been divided into 4 zones for transfer. Apart from this, the districts have also been divided into 4 categories.
New Transfer Policy: A new policy has been brought in Rajasthan regarding the transfer of the employees of the Education Department. Its purpose is to transfer before the leaders (Rajasthan Transfer Policy) is to eliminate the system of circling. The point to be noted here is that the transfers will be on the recommendation of the leaders, but as much hassle as before will be removed. The draft policy regarding transfer has been prepared and now the approval of Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot is yet to be received. The transfer has been completely digitized under the new transfer policy. Transfer will be done with the help of departmental portal and computer based software.
According to the report of Dainik Bhaskar, now you have to apply for transfer under the new policy. For this a time frame has been prepared between 6 to 10 April. Once you apply, the transfer list will be prepared by May 10. Under the policy, schools in urban and rural areas have been divided into 4 zones for transfer. Apart from this, the districts have also been divided into 4 categories. Transfer committees will be constituted at the district, potential and state level for smooth transfer. These committees will have to take the final decision of transfer of any officer. Only a maximum of 17 percent of the people of each cadre can be transferred at a time.
Preference will be given in transfer on the basis of performance-school stay
What is the marking of stay in schools?
- Zone A- (No Number): No number will be given for stay in the corporation, council, municipality area and school within 10 km radius of their boundaries.
- Zone B- (2 numbers for one year): Two marks will be given every year for staying in corporation, council, municipal area and schools within 25 km radius outside their boundaries.
- Zone C- (3 numbers for one year): You will get three marks every year for staying in a national highway, state highway and a school located outside their 25 km range. These schools should also not be in Zone A and Zone B.
- Zone D- (5 numbers for one year): You will get five marks every year for staying in the remaining schools of the state.
What will be the marking on the basis of districts?
Category A- (1 number for one year): Under this category, schools except Zone A, B, C of Jaipur, Sikar, Jhunjhunu, Dausa, Bharatpur, Alwar, Ajmer will be included. You will get one number every year for working here.
Category B- (2 numbers for one year): Under B category, schools except Zone A, B, C of Tonk, Bhilwara, Kota, Nagaur, Pali, Jodhpur, Ganganagar, Bundi, Hanumangarh, Churu will be included. Here two numbers will be given on one year’s service.
Category C- (4 numbers for one year): Under this category, except for Zone A, B, C of Sawai Madhopur, Chittorgarh, Udaipur, Dholpur, Karauli, Rajsamand, Bikaner, the service done in the rest of the schools will get four marks every year.
Category D- (5 marks for one year): Under the D category, except the service rendered in the schools located in Zone A in Jalore, Sirohi, Banswara, Dungarpur, Barmer, Jaisalmer, Pratapgarh, Baran and Jhalawar, five marks will be given in a year for the rest of the schools.
What will be the marking on the basis of disease?
|totally blind||number 10|
|40 to 50% handicap||number 5|
|51 to 70% handicap||number 8|
|more than 70% handicapped||number 10|
|seriously ill teacher||number 10|
|critically ill spouse/children||number 8|
This is the marking for the special category
|being a widow||number 8|
|being a widower||number 5|
|single woman, unmarried||number 5|
|If the spouse is in state-central service or is an ex-serviceman||number 5|
|National Awarded Teacher||number 5|
|State level award||number 3|
What is the marking based on the result?
|head of institution||Number|
|In 10th-12th, 50 to 70% students come first||number 1|
|In 10th-12th 70 to 90% students come first||number 3|
|90 to 100% students come first in 10th-12th||number 5|
|If the result is less than 90 to 100% in 10th-12th||number 3|
|On getting 100% result in 10th-12th||number 5|
|If less than 90 to 100% children get A grade in VIII||number 1|
|100% on getting A grade in VIII||number 3|
|If the result is less than 90 to 100% in 10th-12th||number 1|
|On getting 100% result in 10th-12th||number 3|
|In class VIII, less than 90 to 100% children get A grade||number 1|
|100% on getting A grade in VIII||number 3|
|For higher learning levels in primary classes||2 numbers|