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arathi balakrishnan

long leave in KV Sangathan

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arathi balakrishnan

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FOR HOW LONG A TEACHER CAN AVAIL LONG LEAVE IN CONTINUATION WITHOUT CHANGE OF STATION AT THE DISCRETION OF PRINCIPAL IN KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA SANGATHAN .LIST OUT TEACHERS ON LONG LEAVE/ CHILD CARE LEAVE FOR MORE THAN 89 DAYS WITH SCHOOL NAME REFERENCE

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MANOJ B. PATEL

Dear member,This Portal do not supply any information but only helps in getting information under RTI Act and dedicated to discussing issues related to the RTI Act 2005.

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arathi balakrishnan

I dont need the list at least now but would like to know how long a teacher can avail long leave in continuation without change of station at the discretion of Principal in KV Sangathan or is there a provision for it?

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MANOJ B. PATEL

If it is a public authority you may file RTI application seeking information you want and if it is private school you may file RTI application to the DEO to obtain the information.

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RAVEENA_O

Kendriya Vidyalaya Sanghatna is a public authority within the meaning of RTI Act. Please file RTI application with the CPIO of the School concerned and seek the information.

 

All Principals of KVS Schools are designated CPIOs.

 

Central RTI Rules shall be applicable.

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koteswararaonerella

there are different kinds of leaves to the central employ's including teachers like EL,HPL,ML and the official can apply for the leave at his credit for EL, HPL and for Maternity leave, there is a fixed period . any employ can take a maximum of 3 years generally .

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