Govt to withhold increment of teachers for poor performance in BOSE results

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By Fast Kashmir on 15/01/2018.

 

Kupwara, Jan 15: Director School Education Kashmir on Monday announced to withhold increment of the teachers of the schools which have fared poorly in the recent JKBOSE declared results.

 

“Action will be taken against the concerned staff of those schools where pass percentage is below 20%. Increment of the teachers will be stopped,” Director GN Itoo told news agency GNS said after inaugurating Dardpora, Free Coaching Centre Boys High School Dardpora here.

 

“Where result is zero, the teaching staff along with the headmaster will be suspended.”

Director School Education GN Itoo was flanked by Joint Director, CEO Kupwara Mohd Shafi War, ZEO Khumriyal Ghulam Ahmad Lone and ZEO Sogam Abdul Gaffar Ahanger, ZEPO Sogam Mohd Sultan Khan. If result will be zero result, the teaching staff along with the headmaster will be suspended.

He assured the parents that students will pass the future exam with good marks.

 

“All the coaching centers are being monitored directly by a special team constituted by the DSEK fortnightly.”

Director also announced to release Rs 1 lakh for the genset purpose to the computer lab of the school. He also asked the concerned CEO to make all the heating arrangements for the students during tutorial.

 

Later he visited Wani Doorusa village and also announced free coaching centre to be started from tomorrow.

Meanwhile, the Director took stock of the situation where the winter coaching has also started in the frontier district.

 

One out of 44 students passed recent 10th class examination at Dardpora Lolab, the result of which was declared in last week by J&K Board of School Education (BOSE). Following the poor performance of the students, the parents had staged demonstrations against the department and school teachers.

Authorities had later suspended three teachers, including one ReT of the high school for poor performance of students. (GNS)

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