630 ReT Regularisation’s Awaiting CID Verification

SRINAGAR: The Directorate of School Education (DSE) has stated that out of 17236 RReTs (Regularized Rehbar-e-Taleem Teachers) and ReTs, 16606 have already been transited to Teacher Grade II and III till now.

An official spokesman said that out of the remaining 630 cases, the transition of 363 RReTs is pending for want of deficiency or verification of requisite documents and not having clear CID verification remarks.

“All the cases of transition of RReTs and regularization of ReTs is being vigorously processed in the Directorate with focused attention so that no one should feel desperate or helpless on this account,” the statement said.

Tassaduq Hussain Mir (KAS), Director Education, Kashmir

However, it was also made clear that the transition of Bashir Ahmad Mir, the resident of Avil DH Pora Kulgam is pending for the lack of a clear police verification report. It was his son Shoib Bashir, who committed suicide in protest against his father not being paid salary for 30 months.

Meanwhile, it has been reiterated that the legitimately earned salaries of all the RReTs / ReTs shall be released immediately.

Earlier in the day, the Director of School Education, Kashmir issued order No 287 DSEK of 2021 that released all the pending salary. President JKTF Muhammad Akbar Khan in a statement said “the amount may be big, but cannot atone for the life of an innocent young man whom we lost because of the sufferings his family was going through”.

The order said the salaries shall be subject to the conditions that the Chief Education Officers shall strictly adhere to all the codal formalities, financial regulations and circular instructions issued from time to time in this regard.

Chief Education Officers shall ensure that further disbursement of funds to the Drawing and Disbursing Officers and subsequently drawal of salaries immediately without any further delay. The respective drawing and disbursing officers shall obtain an undertaking duly attested from RRET’s to the effect that in case adverse report regarding character antecedents/ genuineness of certificates is received they shall have to refund the salary drawn along with the interest.

Of the Rs 33 crore released by the Director Education, one crore has gone to Srinagar, Rs 5.5 crore to Budgam, Rs 2.25 crore to Ganderbal,  Rs 4.5 crore to Baramulla, Rs 4.25 crore to Kupwara, Rs 3.50 crore to Bandipore, Rs 5 crore to Anantnag, Rs 1.5 crore to Pulwama, Rs 3 crore to Kulgam, and Rs 2.5 crore to Shopian.

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