School Edu Deptt terminates 23 ReTs for over ‘invalid degree certificates’
Srinagar, Feb 26: School Education Department has terminated services of 23 Rehbar e Taleem (ReT) teachers of Jammu division on basis of qualification certificates acquired from Un-recognized Boards.
According to the news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), Director of School Education Jammu (DSEJ) said that those teachers are termination from services on basis of qualification certificates acquired from Un-recognized Boards.
The official communique in this regard reads, “A committee was constituted to review the pending regularization cases of RETs.”
“The committee member in meeting held on February-07-2023, observed that 23 RETs of different districts of Jammu Division have acquired their qualification from the Boards which have not been granted equivalence by the J&K Board of School Education, Jammu as these boards have not been recognized by the Council of Boards of School Education (COBSE) in India,” it reads.
The communique further reads that the committee has recommended the termination of services twenty three RETs as per immediately as they do not possess the requisite qualification certificates.
“Now, therefore in view of the recominendations of the committee, the concerned Chief Education Officers are directed to disengage the services of those twenty three RETs as per immediately,” DSEJ said—(KNO)