Teachers face music after DPI inspection
ERRANT TEACHERS are facing strict action to the extent of termination and suspension, as the report for the inspection of schools of Bhopal district conducted on February 3 and 4 was finalised today. Process for termination of services of two teachers has been initiated while three teachers have been suspended, mainly for remaining absent without prior information.india Updated: Feb 12, 2006 12:50 IST
ERRANT TEACHERS are facing strict action to the extent of termination and suspension, as the report for the inspection of schools of Bhopal district conducted on February 3 and 4 was finalised today. Process for termination of services of two teachers has been initiated while three teachers have been suspended, mainly for remaining absent without prior information.
Apart from this, salary of as many as 22 teachers has been held back till further notice for irregularities in attendance and records. Also, warnings have been served upon as many as nine principals, eight among them being warned for very poor attendance of students in their respective schools.
Service termination process has been initiated against Pushpa Dwivedi, lecturer with Girls’ School (Railway Station area) who has been absent without information since last eight months and Anuradha Dixit, senior grade teachers is Bagh Mughalia Boys School, who has not attended school since 1999.
The three teachers who have been suspended for remaining absent for more than ten days without prior intimation include Asha Shukla of Mahatma Gandhi School, Anju Mai of Hamidia Boys School and Mansoor Ahmed of Nutan Subhash School. All these teachers would be attached to the Subhash School of Excellence for the suspension period.
Eight principals who were given warning for poor attendance of students include PJ Gupta of Girls’ School, Berasia, Madhubala Saxena of Excellence School, Berasia, K K Sharma of Ratibad School, Sunita Patel of Sultania School, Sandhya Nema of 25th Battalion School, Asha Saxena of Sardar Patel School, Karond, K B Gadhwal of Chhola School and Sandhya Badoria of Nayapura School.
Meanwhile, R B Agrawal, principal of the Modern School, Shahjahanabad, has been warned for giving unusually long gaps between papers during the pre-board exams.
The Directorate of Public Instructions’ teams conducted inspections of various schools in five divisions of the State, among them Bhopal district, on February 3 and 4.
The DPI teams had been shocked at the conditions prevailing in the schools mainly as regards attendance of teachers and students. Right after the inspection, there were indications that strict action was on anvil for the teachers.