DIFFERENCE BETWEEN GES CODE OF CONDUCT, CONDITIONS OF SERVICE AND SCHEME OF SERVICE.
A. Code of conduct refers to the ethics of the profession which are the best practices expected of every worker or staff in the teaching profession. They are the DOS and
DON’TS of the teaching profession. e.g. drunkenness, sexual misconduct, embezzlement of school funds, smoking in class, etc. These are the conducts which tend to bring GES into disrepute. These constitute misconduct.
B. Conditions of service are the benefits a teacher derives from the service (benefits accrues for being a teacher) such as study leave
C. Scheme of service is the progressions and promotions in the service. e.g. from newly trained teacher (Supt. II) through to Director General (i.e. rankings that one
passes through as a teacher).
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