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Do not implement any order without getting its veracity authenticated: DSEK

 

 

Srinagar, Sep 30: The Director of School Education Kashmir (DSEK) on Thursday directed its officials to ensure that they do not implement any order or instruction without getting its veracity authenticated.

 

Director of School Education Kashmir, Tassaduq Hussain Mir said that the department has noticed that some of the subordinate offices were putting the orders or instructions issued by DSEK into practice without getting its genuineness authenticated.

 

Mir said, “It has come to the notice of Directorate of School Education Kashmir that some subordinate offices are implementing the orders or instructions issued by the DSEK on various subjects without getting its veracity authenticated from us, leaving scope for miscreants to get fake orders or instructions implemented.”

 

In an circular issued by the DSEK, Mir said, “In order to avoid such practice, it is enjoined upon all the Chief Education Officers (CEOs), Head of the Offices or Institutions not to implement any orders or instructions issued by DSEK on various subjects without getting its veracity authenticated henceforth.”

 

The director said that the violation of the circular or the instructions noticed by the directorate in future will be viewed seriously.

Pertinently, authorities earlier this year had purportedly arrested a lecturer from government higher secondary school Jakyas in Doda district for issuing the fake and fabricated appointment and transfer orders.

 

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