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nkganeshkumar

Gratuity for Teachers of Unaided Schools in Mumbai

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nkganeshkumar

Dear Users,

 

It is a pleasure to find blog posts on the RTI India Portal wrt the Gratuity Rules for the Teachers of Private Unaided Schools. I would like to ask you a few doubts wrt the same.

 

REFERENCE TO THE POST "gratuity rules for unaided school" : http://www.rtiindia.org/forum/9508-gratuity-rules-unaided-school.html

 

Let me introduce myself before this. I, Mr. N.K. Ganeshkumar have worked as a Teacher in the P. G. Garodia English HighSchool (ICSE), Ghatkopar a (Joined : 1983 and Retd. : 2011 i.e. service of 28 years)

 

School Details : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Garodia_International_Centre_for_Learning#P._G._Garodia_School

 

Estd : 1969, No. of Employees : more than 100.

 

My service was an uninterrupted on for the past 28 yrs and I have super annuated at the appropriate retirement age of 58.

 

 

On retirement I have received my EPF (Equal Provident Fund) only. My school denies having a gratuity Scheme as I am told by the school management.

 

Kindly tell me how to go ahead in the respect.

 

I understand that replying in details may be cumbersome for you. I will be glad if you can in this case pass me your Contact number on xxx@yyy.zzz - Deleted email id - posting against forum rules

 

 

 

Thanks in Anticipation.

 

Take care.

 

Warm Regards

Mr. N.K. Ganeshkumar

Mumbai |India

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