Govt Terminates Services Of Four Teachers In Kashmir

SRINAGAR: The Jammu and Kashmir School Education Department has terminated the services of four teachers for their unauthorized absence. These include Alka Tak (Middle School Moran Tangwari, Baramulla), Rubeena Kakroo (Middle School, Pir Mohalla, Baramulla), Waseem  Gull,  (boys high Schol Nunner, Ganderbal) and Ajay Bhat, (High School, Dalwach Anantnag).

The Director of School Education Kashmir (DSEK) in four separate orders said that the employees were found absent unauthorizedly and their services were removed.

According to Order No: 867 DSEK of 2021, Whereas, Alka Tak Teacher, MS Moran Tangwari, Baramulla remained unauthorizedly absent from her legitimate duties w.e.f 25/09/2015; and

Whereas, the teacher was provided with enough opportunities to resume her duties, which she failed to-dos so; and

Whereas, the issue was placed before the Designated Committee in its meeting held on 07/06/2021 and after examining the case the committee took the following decision: “To initiate the process for termination of her service being unauthorizedly absent from her legitimate duties w.e.f25/09/2015 and has completed more than 05 years continuously absence”

Whereas, pursuant to the decision passed by the Designated Committee a final show cause notice was served to the said absconding teacher on 07/09/2021wherein she was asked to explain as to why action, as warranted under Article 113 of J&K Civil Services Rules (Volume I) of 1956, shall not be initiated against her for remaining unauthorizedly absent from duties; and

Whereas, the teacher replied to the said notice on 27/09/2021 and on its examination, it was found unsatisfactory and unsubstantiated; and

Whereas, un-authorized absence from duties attracts action as warranted in terms of article 128 & 113 of J&K Civil Services Rules (Volume I) of 1956, which reads as under:-

Article 128

‘Absence without leave or after the end of leave involves loss of appointment’

Article 113

“After five years of continuous absence on leave an officer is considered to be out of state employee.”

Now, therefore, pursuant to the decision of the committee Alka Tak Teacher, MS Moran Tangwari, Baramulla is hereby removed from the service of the state in terms of Article 113 & Article 128 of J&K Civil Services Rules (Volume I) of 1956 and Rule 30(VH) of J&KCCA rules 1956.

According to another Order No: 866 DSEK of 2021, whereas, Rubeena Kakroo was appointed in the Department as Teacher in District Cadre BaramuIIa on 24/06/2009 for a probation period of two years and subsequently posted in MS Pir Mohalla; and

Whereas, after joining the services it was observed that the teacher is habitual of remaining un-unauthorizedly absent from her legitimate duties and used to go abroad without obtaining prior permission from the competent authority; and

Whereas, the issue was enquired -by the CEO BaramuIIa and it was reported that the teacher hardly attended her duties for 57 days in the institution, rest of period she remained unauthorizedly absent till 01/10/2011, and thereafter remained continuously absent from her legitimate duties; and

Whereas, the said teacher was provided with enough opportunities to resume her duties followed by notice by this Directorate on 14/06/2021, wherein she was again provided an opportunity for hearing before taking action in terms of Article 113 of J&K CSR Vol -I of 1956; and

Whereas the teacher responded to the said notice on 26/06/2021and after examing the same it was found that the said reply is unsatisfactory and unsubstituted; and

Whereas, the issue was placed before the Designated Committee held on 04/08/2021 and the committee after examining the case took the following decision.

“deemed to have been out of Government service and formal termination order be issued in terms of Article 113 of J&K CSR Vol -I of 1956.”

Whereas, un-authorized/continuous absence of a Government employee attracts action as warranted in terms of Article 113 of J&K Civil Services Rules (Volume I) of 1956 which reads as under:-

Article 113

“After five years of continuous absence on leave, an officer is considered to be out of state employee.”

Now, therefore, Rubeena Kakroo Teacher MS Pir Mohalla, BaramuIIa is hereby removed from Government service in terms of Article 113 of J&K Civil Services Rules (Volume I) of 1956 read with Rule 30 (vii) of J&KCCA Rules 1956.

According to Order No: 865 DSEK of 2021, Whereas,  Waseem  Gull,  Teacher,  BHS  Nunner  District  Ganderbal remained unauthorizedly absent from duties w.e.f. 03/03/2014; and

Whereas he was provided with the opportunity to resume his duties by the Drawing & Disbursing officer concerned on 30/08/2014 and charge-sheet by this office on 01/12/2020 but he didn’t respond; and

Whereas, remaining unauthorizedly/continuously absent from legitimate duties for more than five (05) years attracts action as warranted in terms of 113 of J&K Civil Services Rules (Volume I) of 1956, which reads as under:-

Article 113

“After five years of continuous absence on leave an officer is considered to be out of state employee”

Whereas the issue was placed before the Designated Committee in its meeting held on 27/10/2021 and after examining the case the committee took the following decision:

“To process for termination of services under Article-113 of CSR”.

Now, therefore, pursuant to the decision of the committee Waseem Gull, Teacher, BHS Nunner District Ganderbal is hereby removed from the service of the state in terms of Article 113 of J&K Civil Services Rules (Volume I) of 1956 and Rule 30(VII) of J&KCCA rules 1956.

According to Order No: 865 DSEK of 2021, whereas, Ajay Bhat, Teacher, HS Dalwach District Anantnag was appointed in the Department on 27/06/2018 and remained unauthorizedly absent from his legitimate duties w.e.f 09/03/2019 without completion of his probation period; and

Whereas, he was provided opportunities to resume his duties by the Drawing & Disbursing officer concerned on 14/03/2019 followed by another notice dated: 22/05/2019; and whereas, this office issued a show-cause notice to the said teacher on 19/04/2021 & followed by Joint show-cause notice on 06/07/2021 but neither he responded the notices nor presented himself before this Directorate, which indicates he is not interested to work in the Department more; and

Whereas, remaining unauthorizedly/continuously absent from legitimate duties attracts action as warranted in terms of 128   of J&K Civil Services Rules (Volume I) of 1956, which reads as under.

Article 128

‘Absence  without leave  or after the end of leave  involves loss  of appointment’

Whereas the issue was placed before the Designated Committee in its meeting held on 27/10/2021 and after examining the case the committee took the following decision:

“initiate process for termination of services under Article 128 of J&K CSR Volume-I”. Now, therefore, pursuant to the decision of the committee Ajay Bhat, Teacher, HS Dalwach District Anantnag is hereby removed from the service of the state in terms of Article 128 of J&K Civil Services Rules (Volume I) of 1956 and Rule 30(VII) of J&KCCA rules 1956.

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