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Srinagar, Oct 15: Observing that practice of effecting transfers throughout the year “adversely effects” the implementation of schemes and its policies, the government on Thursday ordered transfers shall “ordinarily be ordered” in April every year excluding the transfer of the teaching staff.
A government order states that the transfers of teaching staff shall be considered at the close of the academic session and must be avoided during it. “The transfer policy for government employees notified vide government order No. 861-GAD of 2010 dated 28.07.2010, provides amongst other things, the calendar for transfers to be effected in the financial year,” the order states.
“Para-B of the Transfer Policy provides as under:- ” B. Calendar for Transfers: 1. Transfers shall ordinarily be ordered in the first month of the financial year i,e. in April every year excluding the transfer of the teaching staff and transfers to Ladakh region. 2, Transfers of teaching staff shall be considered at the close of the academic session and must be avoided during the academic session.”
The calendar is mandatorily to be followed while effecting the transfers of Government employees, the order said. “The notification of the calendar has been made with the intent of ensuring that the transfers are limited to a particular period of the financial year so that minimum dislocations occur during the financial year which would ensure better outcomes in the implementation of various Government schemes and policies,” the order said, adding, “It has been observed that the practice of effecting transfers throughout the year is adversely effecting the implementation of schemes and policies of the Government.”
Accordingly, the government ordered that the transfers from now onwards shall strictly be made only within the period notified in the calendar appearing in Para-B of the Transfer Policy.
“Any transfer which is required to be effected on administrative grounds beyond the notified calendar, shall be effected only with the approval of the Lieutenant Governor in coordination,” it added. (GNS)