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Sunday, March 21, 2021

About government employees service book guidance

 About government employees service book guidance

It is the responsibility of the school principal to maintain the service book within three months from the date of appointment of the employee in the school.  And it should be continued Exchange 2 Appendix-2 Administrative Duties The principal is responsible for maintaining the school staff's service book and making necessary notes in it as per issue number as well as the board of directors is responsible for maintaining the principal's service book and making necessary notes.  

In case of non-compliance with the service book, an appeal may be made to the Hon'ble Secondary Education Commission.  For its fulfillment it should write to the school if the school has been closed earlier then parallel proof based on the affidavit received  The current school should fulfill it on the basis of the rules.

 In such a case, the final strain of tension should not fall on the first page of the service book. The name of the employee, surname, date of birth, transient qualification etc. should be destroyed without verification and verified. 

 Registered school administrators should verify the service book note along with the original record or as per occasion certificates and the administrators should verify and symbolically keep special note in the book that the notes and certificates are in accordance with the BP duplicate entries in the service book every two years.  

On the occasion of the principal, the board of directors has to verify the second page of the service book by stamping the left thumb and fingerprint of the employee. The principal should sign and certify the coins. The first page should include a joint photo of the husband and wife in the detail note. 

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 The appointment note of the employee has to be certified at the beginning and retirement in the service book.  The note should be made at the end of the note in the service book

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