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Today 07:00 AM
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How about those with SEO3 or Supecale CEP? Are there teachers like these who are not KPs?
Extremely rare, but I have seen before. PSC scholar after 2nd year of trained teaching, just before going to HQ. CEP is higher than that of a HOD-equivalent.
Yesterday 10:46 PM
Unregistered How about those with SEO3 or Supecale CEP? Are there teachers like these who are not KPs?
Yesterday 06:25 AM
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There are too many people with SEO1 CEP. You need at least SEO2 CEP (top among teachers) for the schools to consider you for SH positions.

If you want to be appointed with SEO1 CEP, the only way to go apply for OPE yourself.
To add another perspective - maybe the schools I've been in just aren't quite that competitive, but SH positions often went to officers with SEO1 CEP. Definitely not enough to cater to all; but not everyone is seeking higher appointment either…
Yesterday 06:23 AM
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Interesting. But can non KP hold seo2 cep?
Yes, possible. In my experience, usually the very capable type, who's happy staying a HOT (e.g. focusing on family).

For SEO1 CEP - relatively common (but definitely less than the majority), yes, but in my experience it's seldom the case that all of them are actively seeking higher appointment at the same time. Some are happy staying as HOT; some still feel they're not quite ready to make the leap. For those who end up feeling frustrated at the lack of opportunity within the school, applying out is a valid pathway.
Yesterday 12:44 AM
Unregistered Interesting. But can non KP hold seo2 cep?
06-08-2022 11:30 PM
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How common is SEO1 cep?
Almost any young enough teacher who expresses interest in climbing the ladder in any track, and possesses at least a few of the dispositions that suggest they may grow into a leadership role, will have SEO1 CEP within their first few years of service.
06-08-2022 07:45 PM
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There are too many people with SEO1 CEP. You need at least SEO2 CEP (top among teachers) for the schools to consider you for SH positions.

If you want to be appointed with SEO1 CEP, the only way to go apply for OPE yourself.
How common is SEO1 cep?
06-08-2022 07:39 PM
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What does a school do with officer with SEO1 CEP but no more KP vacancies? The officer waits till a KP vacancy opens up?
There are too many people with SEO1 CEP. You need at least SEO2 CEP (top among teachers) for the schools to consider you for SH positions.

If you want to be appointed with SEO1 CEP, the only way to go apply for OPE yourself.
06-08-2022 05:34 PM
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You need to temper your expectations if you want to survive in the long run in MOE. Overpromising statements are the bread and butter of making things look rosy from an outsider's perspective. It's just politics. Remember when political office holders said the system would better support teachers' mental well-being? What did we get? And that was only the tip of the iceberg.

If you bank your hopes and dreams on empty words, you will never reach contentment while in this service. Focus on the positive things, or, leave service and go elsewhere to chase what you feel makes you happier.
Absolutely spot on! Teachers' mental wellbeing? What is that?
06-08-2022 04:05 PM
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I’ve seen SLs recommending officers to another school to take up KP positions.

Essentially asking to go to another school to apply for KP position just like anyone else during open posting?
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