Deputy CM cancels attachments of teachers

‘Report To Respective Place Of Duties’


Jammu, Jan 17: Deputy Chief Minister Tara Chand on Thursday directed to cancel the attachments of teachers and masters across the state.  
 Chairing a high level meeting after taking over as the Education Minister Tara Chand directed for immediate cancellation of attachments. He also instructed all teachers and masters in the department who have been attached at different offices and schools should be immediately detached and report to their respective place of duties. The practice of getting attached at preferred places would be entirely done away in the department and strict monitoring would be kept to curb the culture, he maintained.
 Commissioner-Secretary, School Education F.A.Factoo, Director, School Education, Jammu Suman Lata, Director, Kashmir M S Rather, State Project Director, RMSA Hilal Parrey and other senior officers attended the meeting.
 Pitching for effective monitoring and supervision, Tara Chand said that for better performance, supervision has an important role and all ZEO’s and ZEPO’s would be playing their role in this regard. He said periodic and time bound reports should be prepared by all concerned zonal heads of the department and sent to respective directorates.
 “Performance of students is the bench mark for judging the report card of any government school and those schools whose students would show excellent results the respective teachers would be suitable rewarded but for those where the performance is below the standard the concerned would be dealt with strong hands,” he said.
 Performance based incentives would be allowed and those principals and teachers whose schools under perform the staff would be treated as deadwood and action would be initiated under relevant rules, he added.
 Tara Chand said a vibrant transfer policy would be put in place and all those employees who serve in hard areas would be given preference in next postings. An arrangement would be put in place to ensure that staff requirements in rural and far flung areas are met and those who give their service in such areas are given choice in subsequent posting.

Lastupdate on : Thu, 17 Jan 2013 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Thu, 17 Jan 2013 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Fri, 18 Jan 2013 00:00:00 IST

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