Schoolteacher Delocalization Officially Comes To An End Following moment’s advertisement.
Considering the present ongoing transfer exercise aimed for labor force balancing in seminaries across the country, Teachers Service Commission( TSC) appears to have addressed some of the contentious issues girding schoolteacher transfers.
In the rearmost update, teachers who have served in a station for a period of not lower than three( 3) times since their first appointment would be eligible for transfer under the current ongoing exercise, as detailed in a indirect dated April 4, 2022 attained by newspoa.
The only exception, as per to the letter delivered to the Commission’s field services, will be preceptors in the North Eastern areas, who would be needed to serve for five times after their original appointment.
“ The schoolteacher had to have worked in a station for a long time. ”
This is a divagation from the previous standard, which needed preceptors to serve for at least five( 5) times after their first appointment before getting eligible for a transfer.
The commission enforced the transfer policy, also known as the delocalization policy, in January 2018 to force preceptors to work outside of their home counties, with significant transfers being in April and August of that time.
TSC now will estimate family problems during the present transfer exercise and, if possible, move couples who have formally registered their connubial status to the same area.
In the history the transfer strategy harmed numerous families by shifting wedded preceptors to far- flung locales, down from their consorts and children.
This means that tsc will have to look for all factors hereafter before delocalizing any schoolteacher in the service.
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