In relation to teachers taking the option of retirement at the age of 60 years
During the contact campaign in various secondary schools in the district, many teachers and teachers inquired about taking the option of retirement at the age of 60 years and requested to be informed about the process of changing the option and requested to post the revised option as well. It is sent accordingly—
At present all teachers have a retirement age of 62 years as per Regulation 21 of Chapter III of the Secondary Education Act, if the teacher wants to change it and take the option of retirement at the age of 60 years, then (1) three copies of the revised option (complete) ( 2) Attested three copies of High School Certificate, (3) Affidavit to the effect that he/she had not changed any option earlier, now he/she wants to retire at the age of superannuation of 60 years due to family circumstances whose revised Submitting the alternative (two attested photocopies of this affidavit along with the original.
All the above will have to be sent through the school principal to the district school inspector for approval. The format of the revised option is as follows.
Ayodhya Prasad Agarwal, Provincial Vice President and Convener Protection Committee Thakurai.
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