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If your Organisation doesn't allow you for higher studies or doesn't want to give NOC more than one or Twice in a year for applying any other suitable & better opportunities then what to do or how to deal with it ???
Put your words with the management in proper way, first try to convince them about the positives of your Higher studies and benefits to the organization. Hope they understand and will allow you. If still they persists, it is right to leave the organization which is not concerned about their employees growth and carrier enhancement.
See there are two solutions to this problem: 1st is wat Mr. Tyagee explained. which I think generally works if the authorities are pro-employees.But in case it doesn't then second one is that if the candidate does not have fear then go for a RTI ask them wat are their rules for giving NOC's , permissions . Or even written applications to the higher authorities asking for justice as studying further is a right and accordingly seeking better opportunities is the reason why we study and do so much of hard work.
If the candidate wants to try any of these please tell him/her to do so. But one sad thing is that if this is a Govt. Org then the authorities will be after our lives after this. Also I dont know wat can be done in a private org. where RTI also doesnt work..
Thank you very much for your nice reply .
i agree with pragya but private organisation not support
If you are asking for NOC frequently from the authorities, you are signalling them that you are set to leave the institution at any moment there on. The authorities are justified in getting irked at the fact that they have to go through the arduous task of choosing a new candidate inplace of a well settled good candidate which no institute likes to do because the cost of training a new candidate is high. The best thing you can do to allay the fears of the management/ authorities is to assure them that if you are selected elsewhere, you will give them sufficient notice period or if possible help them find a suitable replacement and train the new candidate too. You assure them how concerned you are of the void your resignation would create and at the same time tell the authorities how essential it is for the advancement of your career. Tell them you will simply not leave the institute in a lurch but both of you can work for an amicable and better solution mentioned above. This may strengthen your relationship too and authorities may consider your case positively.
As far as Higher Studies is concerned, I agree with what Mr. Tyagee has already said
thnx 4ur nice comment..