Teachers in Uttar Pradesh who do well will be given precedence for transfers

The three-day online window for applicants for the requisite transfer opens on Friday . The transfer decision will be influenced by the academic record of teachers and principals .

LUCKNOW: If you're a government teacher in a secondary school in UP and need a waiver, you will receive extra points if your class performs well in the UP Board examination, which is 99 percent.On Friday, the three-day online window for applicants for the requisite transfer opens.The transfer decision will be influenced by the academic record of teachers and principals under the secondary education department's transfer policy.Only if the class results exceed 80% in the last three years, will online applications for transfer be considered.

The program considers variables such as age, race, and academic status, and the transfer decision is made based on a composite list of points received by a teacher.Teachers who suffer from chronic liver and kidney disease, HIV, or cancer, for example, will receive additional points.Also, female teachers who are widowed, divorced, or separated will be given priority.Those who are widowers and have one or more minor children or unmarried daughters also face extra scrutiny.

Since the government has decided to assign them to a single district, the scheme provides assistance to spouses who work in different districts.It also looks after the differently abled, namely the visually impaired, hearing-and-speech impaired, and people with locomotive impairment.50 points are given to people with a greater than 80% disability.