The Haryana government has introduced a policy to re-engage teachers retired from the Haryana Government Service, against leave vacancies, to makeup the unavoidable deficiency of teachers and provide quality education to the students.
Making the announcement on Friday, Education Minister Ram Bilas Sharma said that under this policy, a panel of retired teachers would be prepared every year to the extent of 25 per cent of the sanctioned posts in each category thus making available the teachers throughout the year.
Therefore, the District Education Officer of the district concerned shall prepare the said panel of Post Graduate Teachers (PGTs) of various subjects out of retired PGTs of School Education Department Haryana, whereas District Elementary Education Officer shall do the same in respect of PRTs, TGTs and C and V Language Teachers.
He said that although strenuous effort were being made to fill up the vacancies of teachers of various categories through regular recruitment yet for various reasons the schools have shortage of teaching staff.
While referring to the terms and conditions and procedure to form the panel, Ram Bilas Sharma said that the retired teachers would be given fixed remuneration as per re-employment policy of the state government and latest instructions of fixation of pay on re-employment of pensioner including military pensioner retired on or after attaining the age of 55 years.