No need of NOC for higher studies

SO(SE-11-10/2015: WHEREAS, Mr. Asghar Ali, Senior Headmaster (BS-18), Government High School, Chak No.47/JB, Tehsil Samundari, District Faisalabad, filed writ petition No.252040/2018 in the Hon’ble Lahore High Court, Lahore which came up for hearing before her Ladyship Ms. Justice
Ayesha A. Malik, Hon’ble Judge, who vide order dated 28.11.2018 passed following direction:-

“The request of the learned counsel is tenable, which has not been opposed by the learned Law Officer. Therefore, Respondent No. 1 is directed to decide the pending application of the Petitioner dated 28.06.2018 in accordance with law through a speaking order after hearing all the necessary parties within one month of receipt of certified copy of this order. Compliance report shall be
submitted to Deputy Registrar (Judicial) of this Court. Disposed of accordingly.”

AND WHEREAS, in compliance of the direction of Honourable Court, the petitioner writafforded an opportunity of personal hearing on 26.12.2018 & 08.04.2019 which he availed in
person and reiterated his stance as taken by him in the writ petition. He prayed that an appropriate writ may kindly be issued with the specific direction to the Respondent No. 1 (Secretary, SED), to decide the representation of the petitioner by resolving the issue of his permission / NOC for the admission of M.Phil, pending before him. The claim of the petitioner is that while posted in District
Toba Tek Singh, he moved a request for issuance of NOC / Departmental Permission for taking admission in M.Phil Evening Programme in the Year 2016-18 at Agriculture University, Faisalabad but NOC was not granted as his request was not forwarded to competent Authority / DPI (SE), Punjab, Lahore. He submitted application in this department for redressal of his grievance and the same was forwarded the DPI (SE), Punjab, Lahore.

AND WHEREAS, the DPI (SE), Punjab, Lahore vide letter No.2792/Admn (Male)-4, dated 28.02.2019, has submitted that it has been checked from the relevant record in this Directorate and observed that the case for issuance of Departmental Permission / NOC for taking admission in M.Phil in respect of Mr. Asghar Ali, Senior Headmaster (BS-18), Government High School, Chak No 47/GB. Tehsil Samundari, District Faisalabad was not received in DPI (SE), Punjab, Lahore from Chief Executive Officer (DEA), T.T. Singh. However, after receiving letter No.SO(SE-1)1-10/2015 dated 06.06.2018 from School Education Department, the Chief Executive Officer (DEA), T.T. Singh was directed to look into the matter and submit detailed report on this instant issue vide letter No. 12172/Admn(Male)-4 dated 16.08.2018. The Chief Executive Officer (DEA) has submitted his report vide No.5897/E-l dated 29.08.2018, wherein he has reported that the applicant did not submit request for the purpose to DEO (SE), concerned well in time and he was relieved from well in time and he was relieved from District T.T. Singh on 07.09.2018 in compliance of Government of the Punjab, School Education Departments letter No. SO(SE-11-201/2017 dated 22.08.2017, wherein the Chief Executive Officer (DEA), TT. Singh was requested to place the services of petitioner at the disposal of School Education Department in response to CEO (DEA), T.T. Singh’s letter No.4284/Admn/E-I dated 07.08.2017. He has further reported that his application for issuance of departmental permission was received on 28.06.2018 after more than 10-months of his relieving from District Toba Tek Singh which was returned by him with the remarks that the applicant is not serving presently in Toba Tek Singh.

Full detail alongwith decision is as under:

No need for noc for studies
No need for noc for studies

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