Haryana Government has drafted a New Transfer Policy

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With a view to bringing in transparency in the transfer process of employees in government schools, Haryana Government has drafted a New Transfer Policy under which government schools in the State have been classified into seven zones on the basis of their area type and geographical location.

Chandigarh – With a view to bringing in transparency in the transfer process of employees in government schools, Haryana Government has drafted a New Transfer Policy under which government schools in the State have been classified into seven zones on the basis of their area type and geographical location. This would ensure that students do not have to suffer due to frequent transfer of employees. While stating this here today, Haryana Education Minister, Mr. Ram Bilas Sharma, said that the Draft Policy has been made available on the website of Department of School Education (http://www.schooleducationharyana.gov.in.) All stakeholders have been requested to submit their objections along with justification and evidence through e-mail at eduhry.notice2016@gmail.com latest by February 19, 2016, he added. He said that Zone-1 would comprise schools located within Municipal area of the city of district Headquarters and Zone-2 would include schools located within 10 k.m. radius starting from the boundary of the Municipal Area of district Headquarters. Similarly, Zone-3 would include schools located in the city or town of Educational Block Headquarters except those which are co-located with district Headquarters, Zone-4 would include schools located on the State Highways or National Highways between 10 k.m. and 15 k.m. outside the Municipal area of the district Headquarters, Zone -5 would include schools located within the radius of 5 k.m. of Block Headquarters. Central point for this Zone would be Main Bus Stand of the city. Zone -6 would have schools located between the radius of 5 to 10 k.m. of Block Headquarters, the central point being the bus stand of the city, and Zone -7 would have all remaining schools located in the farthest area and not covered in other categories. Mr. Sharma said that Zone-I would be known as the uppermost category and Zone-VII would be the lowest category. If the location of a school falls in more than one Zone, it would be considered as covered in the Zone of the upper category, he added.