Students close school in Jind village due to changing teachers: The Tribune India

Tribune press service

Jind, September 16

Students at Government High School and Government Girls College in Kharakbhura village in Jind closed their respective schools and staged protests against the transfer of teachers from their respective institutions.

Case discussed with officials

I raised the question of the shortage of teachers following the recent transfer with the higher authorities. — Vinay Jindal, Block Education Manager

Villagers said most of the teachers in these two schools were transferred during the recent transfer campaign, leaving students without teachers.

Rameshwar, a villager, said, “The government secondary school for girls has only two teachers left, one a Sanskrit and the other the principal. Meanwhile, Government High School only has teachers for Math, Sanskrit, and Social Studies subjects.

Previously, these schools had a sufficient number of teachers. Another villager said, “The transfer of teachers is unfair. We will not let the government merge these schools. We will protest if this happens.

The block’s education officer, Vinay Jindal, today held a meeting with members of the school’s management committee. He told the students and other villagers that he had raised the issue of teacher shortages following the transfer with higher authorities.


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