Rule 3 Compulsory Appoint of Teacher to Rural Areas in Teachers Transfers

Rule 3 Compulsory Appoint of Teacher to Rural Areas in Teachers Transfers. The Rule 3 of the AP Teachers Transfers Act 2017 deals with Compulsory appointment of a teacher to rural areas,Rotation of teachers, Compulsory transfer of a teacher in public interest, Vacancies remained unfilled in Teachers Transfers etc. Read the detailed Post by www.apteachers.in

Rule 3 Compulsory Appoint of Teacher to Rural Areas in Teachers Transfers

Compulsory appointment of a teacher to rural areas.- 
  1. (i) Every appointing authority while making initial appointment of a teacher to a school shall ensure that vacancies in rural areas shall be filled in the first instance: 
  2. Provided that the provisions relating to compulsory appointment of a teacher to the rural area shall not apply to a teacher who has been appointed to a unit of seniority which does not comprise any rural area. 
  3. (ii) If no vacancy is available for initial appointment or transfer in any particular IV and III category, a vacancy may be created by transfer of a teacher who has completed minimum number of years of service to category I & II in the order of priority to any other urban area (I & II Categories) within the same unit of seniority: 
  4. Provided that in case any teacher who is serving in rural area IV and III category is eligible to be transferred to category I & II, but if he desires to continue to serve in category IV or Category III, as the case may be, he may be allowed to continue to serve in these respective categories. 
  5. Explanation: Order of priority shall be calculated interalia, on the basis of the total number of years of service, of a teacher in a category in different cadres and on the basis of any other criteria as may be prescribed.
"3 (A). Compulsory transfer of a teacher in public interest :- 
  1. (i) A teacher who has completed maximum period of service in category I & II has more than two years of remaining service shall be transferred compulsorily to a post in Category III and IV in public interest.
  2. Provided that a teacher who is a office bearer of a recognized teacher's or employee's association or an unmarried female teacher or a widow female teacher or a teacher having more than forty percent physical disability shall be given exemption from provision of this sub-section.www.apteachers.in
  3. (ii) A teacher serving in category I & II and undergoing major penalty under the Andhra Pradesh Civil Services (classification, Control and Appeal) Rules, 1991 or facing criminal charges in Court of Law shall be transferred to category III & IV even if he has not completed minimum period of service.
  4. (iii) If no vacancies are available for such compulsory transfer under sub­section(i) or (ii), the vacancies may be created by offering transfer option to existing teachers who have completed minimum period of service in category III & IV as provided in sub-section(ii) of section 3.
3 (B) Rotation of teachers :- 
  1. (i) A teacher who has served minimum period of service in Category IV & III shall be offered on option to seek transfer to Category I & II respectively subject to availability of vacancies.
  2. (ii) A vacancy remaining unfilled in Category-1 & 11 shall be filled by transfer of teacher in category IV & Ill respectively subject to availability of vacancies.
  3. (iii) A vacancy remaining unfilled in category IV & Ill shall be filled by transfer of a teacher in category I & II on exercise of option and any vacancy still not filled in Zone category III & IV may be filled by transfer of teacher in category I & II who are to be transferred compulsorily under sub-section(i) of section 3(A)"

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