Haryana

HARYANA NOTIFY NEW POLCY ON ISSUANCE OF NOC APPLYING SOME OTHER MEDICAL COLLEGES

February 26, 2018 08:13 PM

Chandigarh  (Face2News)

Haryana Government has notified the Policy regarding issuance of No Objection Certificate (NOC) to the members of teaching faculty for applying at some other Medical College within or outside State. 

While stating this here today, a spokesman of Medical Education and Research Department said that for the members of teaching faculty Group-A in government or government aided Medical Colleges during probation, NOC would not be issued for the purpose of applying elsewhere including for higher studies or higher post fellowship programme or training course within or outside the State. 

He said that a member of teaching faculty could be allowed to leave the institution during probation period only in case of resignation provided he or she submits a notice of three months in advance or deposit three months salary in lieu thereof. However, no experience certificate would be issued in such cases.

The spokesman said that after completion of probation period, NOC would be issued to a member of teaching faculty only after completion of five years service. Extraordinary Leave would be excluded from this period. He said that NOC may be issued if a member of teaching faculty is applying for a higher post (regular recruitment) in a government or government aided Medical College within the State. Apart from this, NOC may be issued if a member of teaching faculty applies for higher studies or fellowship programme anywhere within or outside the State or India if the Institute where he or she is seeking admission is recognised. 

He said that the candidate would be eligible for study leave or study abroad in case that institute is located outside India. On completion of higher studies he or she would have to serve in the parent institution for the next seven years counted from the date of the completion of the higher course or study or fellowship programme. Apart from this, he or she would have to execute a bond (amount would vary from course to course and would be notified while issuing NOC) to serve the institution for specified period, as mentioned in the NOC. In case of failure to do so, he or she would have to deposit the amount of bond to the Institute. The bond would be executed before relieving the member from the institution. Director of the Institute or College would be competent authority for this purpose, he added. He said that if a member of teaching faculty wants to resign from his or her post, he or she would have to submit a notice of three months in advance or deposit three months salary or part thereof by the time the notice falls short in lieu thereof. 

He said that for Senior Residents, Demonstrator and Tenure Posts which are primarily tenure posts with a maximum tenure being three years, request for issuance of NOC to the members of teaching faculty working on these posts may be considered. He said that NOC would not be granted during the first year of tenure for the purpose of applying for higher studies or higher posts (both contractual and regular) or training or fellowship programme within or outside the State. For the second year of tenure posts NOC may be issued for higher studies or fellowship or training programme or higher posts within the State. 

The spokesman said that for third year of tenure posts, NOC may be issued if he or she applies for higher studies or training programme or fellowship programme or higher post anywhere within or outside the State. In case he or she submits resignation, he or she has to give advance notice of one month or deposit salary of one month in lieu thereof. He said that for the members of Teaching Faculty, Senior Residents and Demonstrator working on contractual basis, NOC may be issued if he or she applies for a regular post or higher studies, training or fellowship programme within or outside the State.

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