Srinagar, Jan 8: The Jammu and Kashmir School Education Department has regularized 33 In-Charge Chief Education Officers (CEOs) as regular Officers.
Administrative Secretary to government for School Education Department, B K Singh in an order stated that the sanction was accorded to the regularization of In-Charge CEOss as regular CEOs.
“On the recommendations of the Departmental Promotion Committee (DPC) constituted, sanction is hereby accorded to the regularization of In-Charge Chief Education Officer as Chief Education Officers in the relevant pay scale, as revised from time to time, with effect from the dates indicated against each,” Singh said.
He said that the regularization is without prejudice to the outcome of any writ petition pending in any competent court (s) of law or any case pending vigilance or Crime Branch.
Stating the conditions of the regularization, Singh said that the Drawing and Disbursing Officers (DDO’s) shall take an undertaking from the concerned Officer in the shape of an affidavit duly attested by the 1st Class Magistrate.
Singh said that that if his or her service particulars PG Certificate is found fake or forged or tempered or issued by un-recognized University or the course is proved as un-recognized at a later stage, he or she shall have no claim for the regularization and the regularization order issued in his or her favour be treated as cancelled without further notice.
“The DDO’s concerned will obtain LPC and other related details above from the DDO’s of their parent offices before fixing the pay of these officers in the relevant pay scales as revised from time to time,” it reads—(KNO)