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Contract teachers? rules violated

VIOLATING THE rules laid down for contractual teachers, Mhow tehsildar Prabhat Kabra issued attachment orders of a contractual teacher from a village about 30 kilometres away from Mhow to a school here.

india Updated: Jan 25, 2006 14:35 IST

VIOLATING THE rules laid down for contractual teachers, Mhow tehsildar Prabhat Kabra issued attachment orders of a contractual teacher from a village about 30 kilometres away from Mhow to a school here.

Kabra issued the orders regarding attachment of Ranjit Barore, a Class-II contractual teacher posted in the Government Middle School, Khedisehod to the Government Middle School No 2 of Mhow.

He had issued the orders in this regard on December 31 and the copies of this order were sent to SDO, Janpad CEO, District Education Officer and Block Education Officer.

In this letter, the Block Education Officer Ram Singh Makwana was directed to issue an order to the Sankul in charge concerned to relieve Ranjit Barore from Khedisehod School to Mhow.

As per the contractual teacher recruitment rule 2001 part (4) of the Education Department, the Governor recruits contractual teachers on temporary basis and they cannot be posted at any place other than the place of recruitment under any condition.

When District Education Officer Purshottam Pandey was contacted in this regard, he said that even he has no right to attach any contractual teacher. He further said that here tehsildar has issued this order but nobody not even SDM, Collector nor the education minister have this right.

Tehsildar Prabhat Kabra said that Mhow SDM John Kingsley had directed him to issue this attachment order, as Ranjit Barore is a handicapped person. He also said that he was unaware that he does not have the power to attach a contractual teacher and just followed the orders of his senior. Kingsley could not be contacted as he was out of station.