Lahore, May 15 (TNS): The Punjab Schools Education Department has decided to introduce an online system for the transfer of teachers and a meeting was held under the chair of Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar at his office here on Wednesday in which the Chief Minister gave formal approval to e-transfer policy. Addressing the meeting the Chief Minister said that new policy would save time of the teachers besides ensuring transparency as every posting/transfer will be made purely on merit. He said that teachers will also register their complaints in case of any problem and the service delivery will be improved due to the new system. He said that teachers will not have to move around the offices of politicians for their recommendations due to the enforcement of e-transfer policy and money will have not to be paid. This policy will introduce transparency and merit culture in education system. Usman Buzdar directed that a comprehensive policy be devised for the posting of teachers in the schools of remote areas besides devising a feasible strategy for ensuring attendance of teachers in schools of Cholistan, Murree, Thal, tribal and other far-flung areas. Similarly, cleanliness arrangements around schools should be ensured. The Chief Minister was given a briefing about e-transfer policy and the meeting was informed that certified data of teachers have been collected. Provincial Minister for Schools Education Murad Raas, Principal Secretary to CM, Secretary Schools and other attended the meeting.