Uttar Pradesh Handicapped Welfare Department Teachers’ Service
(Second Amendment) Rules, 2011

[No. 562/65-1-2011-4(15)-96, Dated 14th July, 2011, As Published in U.P. Gazette, Extra, Part-IV, Section (Ka), Handicapped Welfare Anubhag-1, Dated, 14-7-2011]

In pursuance of the provisions of clause (3) of Article of 348 of the Constitution, the Governor is pleased to order the publication of the following English translation of notification No. 562/LXV-1-2011-4(15)-96, dated July 14, 2011—

No. 562/LXV-1-2011-4(15)-96,

DatedLucknow, July 14, 2011

In exercise of the powers conferred by the proviso to article 309 of the constitution, the Governor is pleased to make the following rules with a view to amending the Uttar Pradesh Handicapped Welfare Department Teachers Service rules, 2000.

The Uttar Pradesh Handicapped Welfare Department Teachers’ Service
(Second Amendment) Rules, 2011

1. Short title and Commencement.—(1) These rules may be called the Uttar Pradesh Handicapped welfare Department Teachers Service (Second Amendment) Rules, 2011.

(2) They shall come into force at once.

2. Substitution of Rule 5—In the Uttar Pradesh Handicapped welfare Department Teachers Service Rules, 2000 hereinafter referred to as the said rules, for existing rule 5 set out in Column-1 below, the rule as set out in Column-II shall be substituted, namely—

Column-I

Column-Ii

Existing rule

Rule as hereby substituted

Sources of recruitment-5. Recruitment to that various categories of posts in the service shall be made from the following sources—

Source of recruitment-5.Recruitment to 1 the various categories of posts in the service shall be made from the following sources—

(1) Principal, Government Inter College for Visually Handicapped—

(1) Principal, Government Inter College for Visually Handicapped—

(i) Fifty percent by promotion through the Selection Committee from amongst substantively appointed Principal, Junior High School for visually handicapped, who have completed fifteen years service as such on the first day of the year of Recruitment.

(i) Fifty percent by promotion through the Secletion Committee from amongst substanitively appointed Principal, High School for visually Handicapped, who have completed fifteen years service as such on the first day of the year of recruitment and who possess a Post graduate degree from a University established by law in India.

(ii) Fifty percent by promotion through the Selection Committee from amongst substantively appointed Lecturers, Govern- mentInterCollegefor Visually Handicapped who have completed fourteen years service as such on the first day of the years of recruitment.

(ii) Fifty percent by promotion through the Selection Committee from amongst substantively appointed Lecturers, Govern- mentInterCollegefor Visually Handicapped who have completed fourteen years service as such on the first day of the years of recruitment.

Provided that in case of non-availability of eligible/suitable candidates for promotion the post may be filled by direct recruitment through the Commission.

Provided that in case of non-availability of eligible/suitable candidates for promotion the post may be filled by direct recruitment through the Commission.

(2) Principal, Junior High School for Visualy Handicapped-By promotion through the selection Committee from amongst substantively appointed Trained Graduate Teachers (L.T. Grade) of schools for visually handicapped, who have completed fourteen years service as such on the first day of the year of recruitment.

(2) Principal, High School for Visually Handicapped-By promotion through the selection Committee from amongst substantively appointed Trained Graduate Teachers (L.T. Grade) of schools for visually handicapped, who have completed fourteen years service as such on the first day of the year of recruitment.

(3) Principal, School for Deaf and Dumb (High School)—By promotion through the Selection Committee from amongst substantively appointed Principal of Junior High School for deaf and Dumb, who have completed fourteen years servce as such on the first day of the year of recruitment.

(3) Principal, School for Deaf and Dumb (High School)—By promotion through the Selection Committee from amongst substa- tively appointed Principal of Junior High School for deaf and Dumb, who have com- pleted fourteen years services as such on the first day of the year of recruitment.

(4) Principal, School for Deaf and Dumb (junior High School)—By promotion through the selection Committee from amongst substantively appointed Trained Graduate Teachers (L.T. Grade) of School for deaf and Dumb, who have completed fourteen years service as such on the first day of the year of recruitment.

(4) Principal, School for Deaf and Dumb (Junior High School)-By promotion through the Selection Committee from amongst substantively appointed Trained Graduate Teachers (L.T. Grade) of Schools for deaf and Dumb, who have completed fourteen years service as such on the first day of the year of recruitment.

(5) Principal, High Schoold for Physically Handicapped—By promotion through the Selection Committee from amongst substantively appointed Trained Graduate Teachers (L.T. Grade) of schools for Physically Handicapped and Mentally Retarded, who have completed fourteen years service as such on the first day of the year of recruitment.

(5) Principal, High School for Physically Handicapped-By promotion through the Selection Committee from amongst substantively appointed Trained Graduate Teachers (L.T. Grade) of schools for Physically Handicapped and Mentally Retarded, who have completed fourteen years service as such on the first day of the year of recurtiment.

(6) Lecturer,GovernmentInterCollegefor Visually Handicapped—(i) Fifty percent by the direct recruitment.

(6) Lecturer,GovernmentInterCollegefor Visually, Handicapped-(i) Fifty percent by the directrecruitment.

(ii) Fifty percent by promotion through the Selection Committee from amongst substantively appointed Trained Graduate Teachers (L.T. Grade) of schools for visually handicapped, who have completed five years service as such on the first day of the year of recruitment :

(ii) Fifty percent by promotion through the Selection Committee from amongst substantively appointed Trained Graduate Teachers (L.T. Grade) of schools for visually handicapped, who have completed five years service as such on the first day of the year of recruitment and who possess a Post-graduate degree in the concerned subject from a University established by law inIndia:

Provided that if sufficient number of eligible or suitable candidates are not available for promotion, the field of eligibility may be extended to include substantively appointed Trained Graduate Teachers of Schools for Deaf and Dumb and Trained Graduate Teachers of schools for physically Handicapped and Mentally retarded, who have completed five years service a such on the first day of the year of recruitment and who possess the knowledge of Braille with a Diploma or Certificate from an Institution recognized By the Government :

Provided that if sufficient number of eligible or suitable candidates are not avail- able for promotion, the field of eligibility may be extended to include substantively appointed Trained Graduate Teachers of Schools for Deaf and Dumb and Trained Graduate Teachers of schools for physically Handicapped and Mentally retarded, who have completed five years service a such on the first day of the year of recruitment and who possess the knowledge of Braille with a Diploma or Certificate from an Institution recongnized by the Government and a post graduate degree in the concerned subject from a University established by law in India :

Provided further that if the sufficient number of eligible or suitable candidates are still not available for promotion under the first proviso, the posts may be filled by direct recruitment.

Provided further that if the sufficient number of eligible or suitable candidates are still not available for promotion under the first proviso, the posts may be filled by direct recruitment.

(7) Trained Graduate Teacher of Schools for visually Handicapped (L.T. Grade)—

(7) Trained Graduate Teacher of schools for visually Handicapped (L.T. Grade)—

(i) Fifty percent by direct recruitment.

(i) Ninty percent by direct recruitment.

(ii) Fifty percent by promotion through the selection committee from amongst such substantively appointed Trained Under Graduate (C.T. Grade) Teachers of Schools for visually Handicapped, who possess a bachelor’s degree and have completed ten years service as such on the first day of the year of recruitment. Knowledge of Braille will be essential for such promotion :

(ii) Ten percent by promotion through the selection committee from amongst such substantively appointed Trained Under Graduate J.T.C. (Junior Gade) Teachers of Schools for Visually Imparied, who possess a bachelor’s degree and have completed ten years service as such on the first day of the year of recruitment. Knowledge of Braille will be essential for such promotion :

Provided that in case of non-availability of eligible/suitable candidates for promotion the post may be filled by direct recruitment.

Provided that in case on non-availability of eligible/suitable candidates for promotion the post may be filled by direct recruitment.

(8) Trained Graudate Teacher of Schools for Deaf and Dumb (L.T. Grade)— (i) Fifty percent by direct recruitment.

(8) Trained Graduate Teacher of Schools for Deaf and Dumb (L.T. Grade)—By direct recruitment.

(ii) Fifty percent by promotion through the Selection Committee from amongst substantively appointed trained under Graduate Teacher (C.T. Grade) of Schools for Deaf and Dumb, who possess bachelor’s degree in the connecerned subject and diploma or certificate of teaching the Deaf and Dumb and have completed ten years service as such on the first day of the year of recruitment.

 

(9) Trained Graduate Teacher of Schools for Physically Handicapped and Mentally

(9) Trained Graduate Teacher of Schools for Physically Handicapped (L.T. Grade)—

Retarded (L.T, Grade)—

 

(i) Fifty percent by direct recruitment.

(i) Fifty percent by direct recruitment.

(ii) Fifty percent by promotion through the Selection Committee from amongst substantively appointed Trained Under Graduate (C.T. Grade) Teachers of Schools for Physically Handicapped and Mentally retarded, who possess bachelor’s degree in the concerned subject and have completed ten years service as such on the first day of the year of recruitment.

(ii) Fifty percent by promotion through the Selection Committeee from amongst substantively appointed HTC/JTC Teachers of Schools for Physically Handicapped, who possess Bachelor’s degree in the concerned subject and have completed ten years service as such on the first day of the year of recruitment.

(10) Trained Under Graduate Teacher Schools for Visually Handicapped (C.T, Grade)—

(10) Trained Graduate Teacher of Schools for Mentally Retarded (H.T.Grade)—By direct recruitment.

(i) Fifty percent by direct recruitment.

 

(ii) Fifty percent by promotion through the Selection Committee from amongst substantively appointed Trained Under Graduate J.T.C. Teachers (Junior Scale) of Schools for Visually Handicapped and Trained Craft Teacher (Music) of Schools for Visually Handicapped, who possess a bachelor’s degree and have completed ten years service as such on the first day of the year of recruitment. Knowledge of Braille will be essential for such promotion.

 

(11) Trained Under Graduate Teacher of Schools for Deaf and Dumb (C.T, (Grade)—By direct recruitment.

(11) Trained Under Gradute (J.T.C.) Teacher of Schools for Visually Handicapped (Junior-Scale)-By direct recruitment.

(12) Trained Under Graduate Teacher of Schools to Physically Handicapped and Mentally Retarded (C.T. Grade)-

(12) Trained Under Graduate (J.T.C.) Teacher of Schools for Physically Handi- capped and Mentally Retared (Junior Scale—By direct recruitment.

(i) Fifty percent by direct recruitment.

 

(ii) Fifty percent by promotion through the Selection Committee from amongst substantively appointd Trained Under Graduate U.T.C. (Junior Scale) Teachers of Schools for Physically Handicapped and Mentally Retarded, who possess bachelor’s degree in the concerned subject and who have completed ten years service as such on the first day of the year of recruitment.

 

(13) Trained Under Graduate (J.T.C.) Teacher of Schools for Visually Handicapped (Junior Scale)-By direct recruitment.

(13) Trained Craft Teacher (Music) of Schools for Visually Handicapped (J.T.C. Grade) (Junior Scale)-By direct recruitment.

(14) Trained Under Graduate (J.T.C.) Teacher of Schools for Physically Handicapped and Mentally Retarded (Junior Scale)-

(14) Trained Under Graduate Teacher of Government Schools for Physically Handi- capped (H.T.C. Grade) (Primary Scale)-By direct recruitment.

(i) Fifty percent by direct recruitment.

 

(ii) Fifty percent by promotion through the Selection Committee from amongst substantively appointed Trained H.T.C. Teacher’s (Primary Scale) of Schools for Physically Handicapped, who have passed Intermediate Examination with the conce- rned subject and who have completed ten years service as such on the first day of the year of recruitment.

 

(15) Trained Craft Teacher (Music) of Schools for Visually Handicapped (J.T.C. Grade) (Junior Scale)-By direct recruitment.

 

(16) Trained Under Graduate Teacher of Government Schools for Physically Handi- capped (H.T.C. Grade) (Primary Scale)-By direct recruitment.

 

3. Substitution of Rule 8.—In the said rules, for existing rule 8 set out in column 1 below, the rules as set out in column II shall be substituted, namely—

Column-I

Existing rule

Column-II

Rules as hereby substituted

Academic Qualification-8.—A candi-date for direct recruitment to the various posts in the service must possess the following qualifications—

Academic Qualification-8.—A candi-date for direct recruitment to the various posts in the service must possess the following qualifications—

(1) Lecturer, Government Inter College for Visually Handicapped-

(1) Lecturer, Government Inter College for Visually Handicapped-

Essential—

Essential—

(i) A post graduate degree in the concerned subject from a University established by law inIndiawith at least fifty percent marks.

(i) A post graduate degree in the concerned subject from a University established by law inIndia.

(ii) Diploma/Certificate in Braille from an Institute recognized by the Government.

(ii) Diploma in Special Education (Visually Imparied) from an, Institution recognized by the Rehabilitation Council of India (R.C.I.), Government of India or Special B.Ed. or M.Ed. degree in visually impaired recognized by R.C.I. from a University established by law in India.

 

(iii) Knowledge of reading and writing in Hindi/English in Braille.

 

(iv) Registration in Rehabilitation Council of India (R.C.I.) as a special educator for teaching Visually Imparied.

Preferential—

Preferential—

(i) Experience of practical teaching of visually handicapped.

At least one year’s practical experience of teaching the visually impaired.

(ii) Bachelor of Education, L.T.— Diploma or an equivalent qualification recognized by the Government.

 

(2) Trained graduate Teacher of School for Visually Handicapped (L.T. Grade). Essential—

(2) Trained graduate Teacher of School for Visually Handicapped (L.T. Grade). Essential—

(i) A bachelor’s degree in the concerned subject from a University established by law inIndia.

(i) Bachelor’s degree in the concerned subject from a University established by law inIndia.

(ii) Degree or Diploma of teaching visually handicapped from an Institute recognized by the Government.

(ii) Diploma in Special Education (Visually Impaired) from an Institution recognized by the Rehabilitation Council of India (R.C.I.), Government on India or Special B. Ed. degree in Visually Impaired Teaching recognized by R.C.I. from a University established by law in India.

 

(iii) Knowledge of reading and writing in Hindi/English in Braille.

 

(iv) Registration in the Rehabilitation Council of India (R.C.I.) as a Special Educator for teaching visually impaired.

Preferential—

Preferential—

A post graduate degree in the concerned subject from a University established by law inIndia.

(i) Post-graduate degree in the concerned subject from a University established by law inIndia.

 

(ii) At least on year’s practical experience of teaching the visually impaired.

(3) Trained Graduate teacher of schools for deaf and Dumb (L.T. Grade).

(3) Trained Graduate teacher of schools for deaf and Dumb (L.T. Grade).

Essential—

Essential—

(i) A bachelor’s degree in the concerned subject from a University established by law inIndia.

(i) bachelor’s degree in the concerned subject from a University established by law inIndia.

(ii) Degree or Diploma in Hearing and speech therapy from an Institute recognized by the Government.

(ii) Diploma in special education (hearing impaired) from an Institution recognized by the Rehabilitation Council of India (R.C.I.), Government of India or Special B. Ed. degree in hearing Impaired Teaching recognized by R.C.I. from a University established by law in India.

 

(iii) Knowledge of reading and writing in Hindi/English in sign language.

 

(iv) Registration in the Rehabilitation Council of India (R.C.I.) as a special educator for teaching hearing Impaired.

Preferential—

Preferential—

(i) Experience in the field of teaching deaf and dumb.

(i) Post graduate degree in the concerned subject from a University established by law inIndia.

(ii) Post graduate degree in the concerned Subject.

(ii) At least one year’s practical experience of teaching the hearing Impaired

(4) Trained Graduate Teacher of Schools for Physically Handicapped and Mentally retarded (L.T. Grade).

(4) Trained Graduate Teacher’s of School for Physically Handicapped (L.T. Grade).

Essential—

Essential—

(i) Bachelor’s degree in the concerned subject from a University established by law inIndia.

(i) Bachelor’s degree in the concerned subject from a University established by law inIndia.

(ii) L. T. Diploma from an Institute recognized by the Government or Bachelor's degree in education from a University established by law inIndia.

(ii) Diploma in Special Education (Locomotor Disability/Cerebral Palsy) from an Institution recognized by the Rehabili- tation Council of India (R.C.I.), Government of India or Special B. Ed. degree in Locomotor Disability/Cerebral palsy recognized by R.C.I. from a University established by law in India.

 

(iii) Registration in the Rehabilitation Council of India (R.C.I.) as a Special Educator in Locomotor Disability/Cerebral Palsy.

 

Preferential—

 

(i) Post graduate degree in the concerned subject from a University established by law inIndia.

 

(ii) At least one year practical experience of teaching the students suffering from Locomotor Disability/cerebral Palsy.

(5) Trained Under Graduate Teacher of Schools for Visually Handicapped (C.T. Grade)-

(5) Trained Graduate Teacher of Schools for Mentally Retarded (I.T. Grade)-

Essential—

Essential—

(i) A bachelor’s degree in the concerned subject from a University established by law inIndia.

(i) Bachelor’s degree in the concerned subject from a University established by law inIndia.

(ii) Degree or Diploma of teaching visually handicapped from an Institute recognized by the Government with knowledge of Braille.

(ii) Diploma in Special Education (Mental Retardation) from an Institution recognized by the Rehabilitation Council of India (R.C.I.), Government of India or Special B. Ed. degree in the field of Mental Retardation recognized by R.C.I. from a University established by law in India.

 

(iii) Registration in the Rehabilitation Council of India (R.C.I.) as a special Educator in Mental Retardation.

 

Preferential—

 

(i) Post graduate degree in the concerned subject from a University established by law inIndia.

 

(ii) At least one year’s practical experience of teaching the mentally retarded.

(6) Trained Under Graduate Teacher of Schools for Deaf and Dumb (C.T. Grade)—

(6) Trained Under Graduate Teacher of Schools for Visually Handicapped (J.T.C. Grade) (Junior Scale)—

Essential—

Essential—

(i) A bachelors degree in the concerned subject from a University established by law inIndia.

(i) Must have passed the Intermediate Examination of the Board of High School and Intermediate Education, Uttar Pradesh or an Examination recognized by the Government as equivalent thereto.

(ii) Degree or Diploma or certificate in Hearing and Speech Therapy recognized by the Government.

(ii) Diploma in Special Education (Visual Impaired) from an Institution recognized by the Rehabilitation Council of India (R.C.I.) Government of India.

Preferential—

(iii) Knowledge of reading and writing in Hindi/English in Braille.

Experience in the field of teaching Deaf and Dumb.

(iv) Registration in the Rehabilitation Council of India (R.C.I) as a Special Educator for teaching Visually Impaired.

 

Preferential—

 

(i) Bachelors degree in the concerned subject from a University established by law inIndia.

 

(ii) At least one years practical experience of teaching the visually impaired.

(7) Trained Under Graduate Teacher’s of Schools for Physically Handicapped and Mentally Retarded (C.T. Grade)—

(7) Trained Under Graduate Teacher of Schools for Physically Handicapped (J.C.T. Grade) (Junior Scale)—

Essential—

Essential—

(i) Bachelor’s degree in the concerned subject from a University established by law inIndia.

(i) Must have passed the Intermediate examination of the board of High School and Intermediate Education, Uttar Pradesh or and examination recognized by the Government as equivalent thereto.

(ii) L.T. Diploma from an Institute recognized by the Government or Bachelor's degree in education from a University established by law in India.

 

(8) Trained Under Graduate Teacher of Schools for Visually Handicapped (J.T.C. Grade) (Junior scale).

 

Essential—

 

(i) Must have passed the Intermediate examination of the Board of High School and Intermediate Education, Uttar Pradesh or an examination recognized by the Government as equivalent thereto.

 

(ii) Must possess B.T.C. from Government recognized Institute with Diploma or Certificate in teaching the visually handicapped from an Institute recognized by the Government.

(ii) Diploma in Special Education (Locomotor Disability/Cerebral Palsy) from an Institution recognized by the Rehabilitation Council of India (R.C.I.) Government of India.

(iii) Five Years teaching experience in a Government or recognized primary School.

(iii) Registration in the Rehabilitation Council of India (R.C.I.) as a Special Educator in Locomotor Disability/Cerebral Palsy.

(iv) Knowledge of Hindi/English Braille.

 

Preferential—

Preferential—

(i) Bachelors degree in the concerned subject from a University established by law inIndia.

(i) Bachelors degree in the concerned subject form a University established by law inIndia.

(ii) Experience of teaching the visually handicapped.

(ii) At least one years experience of teaching the students suffering from Locomotor/Cerebral Palsy.

(9) Trained Under Graduate Teacher of Schools for Physically Handicapped and Mentally Retarded (I.T.C. Grade) (Junior Scale).

(8) Trained Craft Teacher (Music) of School for visually Handicapped (J.T.C. Grade) (Junior Scale)—

Essential—

 

column-I

Existing rule

Column-ii

Rule as hereby substituted

(i) Must have passed the Intermediate Examination of the Board of High School And Intermediate Education, Uttar Pradesh Or an Examination recognized by the Government as equivalent thereto.

(i) Must have passed the Intermediate Examination of the Board of High School And Intermediate Education, Uttar Pradesh Or an Examination recognized by the Government as equivalent thereto with Music as a subject or an equivalent Diploma in Music.

(ii) B.T.C. from a Government recognized Institute.

(ii) Diploma in Special Education (Visually Impaired) from an Institution recognized by the Rehabilitation Council of India (R.C.I.), Government of India.

(iii) Five Years teaching experience in a Government or recognized primary School.

(iii) Knowledge of reading and writing in Hindi/English in Braille.

Preferential—

 

(i) A Bachelor’s degree in the concerned subject from a University established by law inIndia.

(iv) Registration in the Rehabilitation Council of India (R.C.I.) as a Special Educator for teaching visually impaired.

(ii) Experience of teaching the concerned subject.

(i) Bachelor’s degree in the concerned subject (Music) from a University established by law inIndia.

 

(ii) At least one year’s experience of teaching Music to the visually impaired.

(10) Trained Craft Teacher (Music) of Schools for Visually Handicapped J.T.C. (Junior Scale)—

(9) Trained Under Graduate Teachers of Schools for Physically Handicapped (H.T.C. Grade) (Primary Scale)—

Essential—

Essential—

Must have passed the Intermediate Examination of the Board of High School and Intermediate Education, Uttar Pradesh or an Examination recognized by the Government as equivalent thereto with Music as a subject or an equivalent Diploma in Music.

(i) Must have passed the Intermediate Examination of the Board of High School and Intermediate Education, Uttar Pradesh or an Examination recognized by the Government as equivalent thereto.

Preferential—

 

(i) A Bachelor’s degree from a University established by law inIndia.

(ii) Diploma in Special Education (Locomotor Disability/Cerebral Palsy) from an Institution recognized by the Rehabilitation Council of India (R.C.I.) Government of India.

(ii) Diploma or Certificate in teaching of visually handicapped from an Institute recognized by the Government.

(iii) Registration in Rehabilitation Council of India (R.C.I.) as a special Educator in Locomotor Disability/Cerebral Palsy.

 

Preferential—

 

(i) Bachelor’s degree in the concerned subject from a University established by law inIndia.

 

(ii) At least one year’s experience of teaching students suffering from Locomotor/Cerebral Palsy.

(11) Trained Under Graduate Teacher of Government Schools for Physically Handicapped (H.T.C. Grade) (Primary Scale).

(10) Principal Government Inter College for Visually Handicapped.

(i) Must have passed the Intermediate Examination of the Board of High School and Intermediate Education, Uttar Pradesh or an Examination recognized by the Government as equivalent thereto.

(i) Post-graduate degree in any of Arts Faculty subjects with at least fifty percent marks from a University established by law inIndiaor a qualification recognized by the Government as equivalent thereto.

(ii) B.T.C. from an Institute recognized By the Government.

(ii) Diploma/Certificate in Braille from any Government recognized Institution.

(12) Principal Government Inter College for Visually Handicapped.

 

(1) Post Graduate Degree in any of Arts Faculty subjects with at least fifty percent marks from a University established by law inIndiaor a qualification reognised by the Government as equivalent thereto.

 

(2) Diploma/Certificate in Braille from any Government recognized Institution.

 

(3) Five years teaching experience in anyInterCollegerecognized by the Government.

 

4. Substitution of Rule 10.—In the said rules, of existing rule 10 set out in column 1 below, the rule as set out in column 2 shall be substituted, namely—

Column-I

Existing rule

10. Age—A candidate for direct recruitment must have attained the minimum Age and must not have attained the Age more than the maximum Age specified against the post in the Table given below on the first day of July of the Calendar year in which vacancies are advertised :

Serial No.

Name of Post

Minimum Age

Maximum Age

1

2

3

4

1

Lecturer Government Inter College for Visually Handicapped

21 years

35 years

2

Trained Graduate Teachers (L.T. Grade) of Schools for Visually Handicapped

21 years

35 years

3

Trained Graduate Teachers (L.T. Grade) of Schools Deaf and Dumb.

21 years

35 years

4

Trained Graduate Teachers (L.T. Grade) of School for Physically Handicapped and Mentally Retarded.

21 years

35 years

5

Trained Under Graduate Teachers (C.T. Grade) of Schools for visually Handicapped

21 years

35 years

6

Trained Under Graduate Teacher (C.T. Grade) of Schools for Deaf and Dumb.

21 years

35 years

7

Trained Under Graduate teachers (C.T. Grade) of Schools for Physically

21 years

35 years

8

Trained Under Graduate Teachers I.T.C. (Junior Scale) of Schools for Visually Handicapped

18 years

35 years

9

Trained Under Graduate Teachers I.T.C. (Junior Scale) of Schools for Physically Handicapped and Mentally Retarded.

18 years

35 years

10

Trained Craft Teachers (Music) J.T.C. (Junior Scale) of Schools for Visually Handicapped

18 years

35 years

11

Trained Under Graduate Teachers H.T.C. (Primary Scale) of Government Schools for Physically Handicapped

18 years

35 years

12

Principal Government Inter College for Visually Handicapped

26 years

35 years

Provided that the Upper age limit in the case of candidates belonging to the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and such other categories as may be notified by the Government from time to time shall be greater by such number of years as may be specified.

Column 2

Rules as hereby substituted

10. Age—A candidate for direct recruitment must have attained the minimum Age and must not attained the Age more than the maximum Age specified against the post in the Table given on the first day of July of the Calendar year in which vacancies are advertised.

Serial No.

Name of Post

Minimum Age

Maximum Age

1

2

3

4

1

Lecturer Government Inter College for Visually Handicapped

21 years

35 years

2

Trained Graduate Teachers (L.T. Grade) of Schools for Visually Handicapped

21 years

35 years

3

Trained Graduate Teachers (L.T. Grade) of Schools Deaf and Dumb

21 years

35 years

1

2

3

4

4

Trained Graduate Teachers (L.T. Grade) of School for Physically Handicapped and Mentally Retarded