All is not well with govt schools: Peerzada
Baramulla, July 7: Admitting that all is not well with the functioning of Government schools in Jammu and Kashmir, the Minister for Education, Peerzada Muhammad Syed today asked the teaching community to work with commitment and deliver their best.
Addressing a conference organised by the Education department here, Peerzada said there were loop holes in the Education department and the need of the hour was to correct the system.
Referring to the appointment of RET teachers, he said, there had been several reports of mismanagement in the appointment of these teachers. “It has been observed that some people in the department wait for completion of degrees of their nears and dears and then advertise the ReT posts,” he added.
“In few far flung areas of Jammu, people complained that some teachers didn’t turn up at their appointed places and instead sublet their jobs to unemployed youth paying them Rs 100 monthly,” Peerzada revealed.
He said several schools hadn’t received the books, which reflected the work culture in the Education department.
Comparing private schools and the government run educational institutions, he said, the results in Government schools were not satisfactory, despite having highly qualified and trained teachers.
He directed the higher secondary school principals and headmasters to make frequent visits to schools of their jurisdiction. Peerzada said such practice would make the teachers more accountable.
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