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14 terminated, 159 face salary cut

SERVICES OF as many as 14 teaching and non-teaching staff in schools of Gwalior/Chambal and Sagar divisions were terminated while 159 teachers face salary cut for the period of absence in the continuing action by the Directorate of Public Instruction (DPI) on Tuesday. The action is resultant of inspections of the school conducted during first week of February.

india Updated: Feb 15, 2006 01:25 IST

SERVICES OF as many as 14 teaching and non-teaching staff in schools of Gwalior/Chambal and Sagar divisions were terminated while 159 teachers face salary cut for the period of absence in the continuing action by the Directorate of Public Instruction (DPI) on Tuesday. The action is resultant of inspections of the school conducted during first week of February.

Also 16 high school principals and three headmasters were given show cause notices, two of them were suspended and increment of four were stopped as part of the action.

As per the criteria set by the DPI, the staff found absent for more than a month are facing service termination, those found absent for long duration but less than a month face suspension and others with short duration absence face salary
cut for the duration of absence.

Principals who have not implemented important directives are being served show cause notices. The 14 staff who have been terminated include A K Jain, Shikshakarmi grade II of Surkhi, Halku Prasad Sen, peon at Parsoria, Shankarlal,

peon at Patna Bujurg, Khemraj, peon and Manjulata, contract teacher at Khurai, Ramlal Vishwakarma, teacher at J C Nagar, Bharat Singh, Shikshakarmi III at Bilhora, Abha Dubey, teacher of Excellence School, Narsinghpur and Naresh Kumar – peon at Kareli Basti – all from Sagar division.

Om Prakash Sharma, teacher at Mohna, Rachna Ahirwar shikshakarmi from Bikar in Datia, Hemlila Shyani, teacher from same school, Jaishree Sharma from Bargay and Sangeeta Jain, shikshakarmi grade II from Vijaypur, Morena – all in Gwalior Chambal division.

The two principals who were suspended include one from Makra Bada in Sheopur – who did not prepare the exam improvement plan and did not conduct remedial classes and another from Hajareshwar in same district who did not inform the students about the half-yearly results.Four principals whose two increments were stopped include those of Excellence School, Vijaypur, Morena, High School, Malanpur, Bhind, Girls High Secondary School, Sheopur and Girls School, Aantri, Gwalior.

Salary cut was ordered for 20 staff in Gwalior district, 12 in Shivpuri district, three in Guna district, seven in Ashok Nagar district, five in Sheopur, three in Morena, 11 primary school staff, 18 middle school staff, six high school and five higher secondary school staff in Damoh, 16 primary school, seven middle and 34 high school staff in Sagar, one in Vidisha, two in Narsinghpur, two in Chhatarpur and seven in Panna.

First Published: Feb 15, 2006 01:25 IST