TPEO Recruitment Rules Related Latest Paripatra 26-7-2019
No.GH/ST/53/PRE/112013/4484/K-In exercise of the powers conferred by the proviso to article 309 of the Constitution of India and in supersession of all the rules made in this behalf, the Governor of Gujarat hereby makes the following rules to provide for regulating recruitment to the post of Taluka Primary Education Officer, Class II, in the Gujarat Education Service, under the Directorate of Primary Education, Gujarat State, namely:
These rules may be called the Taluka Primary Education Officer Class II, under the Directorate of Primary Education, Recruitment Rules, 2019
Appointment to the post of Taluka Primary Education Officer Class II, in the Gujarat Education Service, under the Directorate of Primary Education, Gujarat State, shall be made either,
(a) by promotion of a person of proved merit and efficiency from amongst the persons who,
(1)have worked for not less than seven years in the cadre of Assistant Education Inspector, Class III, in the subordinate services of the Directorate of Primary Education Gujarat States
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0) have passed the departmental examination as may be prescribed by the Government, and
tohave passed the qualifying examination for computer knowledge in accordance with the provisions of the Gujarat Civil Services Computer Competency Training and Examination Rules, 2006:
Provided that where the appointing authority is satisfied that a person having the experience specified in sub-clause (i) above is not available for promotion and that it is necessary in the public interest to fill up the post by promotion even of a person having experience for a lesser period; it may, for reasons to be recorded in writing, promote such person who possesses experience of a period of not less than two-thirds of the period specified in subclause (i) above; or
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