Go to ...

Skill Reporter

Informational updates on skill development, technical vocational education and training

Skill Reporter on Google+Skill Reporter on YouTubeSkill Reporter on LinkedInSkill Reporter on PinterestRSS Feed

April 26, 2018

Haryana govt notifies transfer policy for Skill Development and Industrial Training Department


Chandigarh : The state government notified the transfer policy for field staff of the Skill Development and Industrial Training Department (SDIT), which was implemented with effect from Sunday. Stating this here, a spokesman of Skill Development and Industrial Training Department said that all transfers and postings would be made online on the basis of choices given by the employees.

He said that the policy had been framed to deploy available staff in an optimum manner so that, inter alia, employees were evenly distributed across regions and institutions with special regard to the interest of trainees. He said that new online policy of transfers would be applicable to the teaching cadre as well as ministerial cadre posts in the department.

He said that the transfers would be done preferably in July, that is, at the close of the academic session. He said that no mid-term transfer would be done except for reasons to be recorded on file. He said that the normal tenure of an employee at any place of posting would be five years.

He said that the decision about opening a new ITI and addition or deletion of trades or redistribution or rationalization of instructional staff would be taken from April 10 to 30 every year. He said that the transfers would be with effect from August 1.

He said that a notification on actual and deemed vacancies would be done from May 1 to 30. He said that eligible instructors would submit their choice of institutes online from June 1 to 15 every year. He said that the draft list and points for claims and objections by staff would be displayed between June 16 and 30. He said that transfer orders would be issued online latest by July 15.

Giving details about criteria for deciding claims against vacancies, he said that the decision of allotment to a vacancy would be based on the total score of points earned by the employee. He said that the employee earning highest points would be entitled to transfer against a particular vacancy. Giving details about division of points, he said that a maximum of 20 points could be availed of by categories like women, widow, differently-abled, persons with serious ailment and instructors showing improvement in result.He said that five points each would be given to women, widow, divorced, legally separated, unmarried woman more than 40 years of age and wife of serving military personnel or paramilitary personnel working outside the state and widower who had not remarried and had one or more minor children or unmarried daughters.

He said that seven points each would be given to war widows and up to 20 points would be given to the differently-abled. He said that instructor giving good result would get up to five points.He said that every employee would be responsible for accuracy and regular update of data on the portal in respect of credentials. He said that an option of anywhere in the state might be given while submitting request for transfer.

Note: News shared for public awareness with reference from the information provided at online news portals.

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , ,

More Stories From Haryana