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Administration wakes up as students lock GHS for second consecutive day
8/28/2018 10:50:32 PM
Early Times Report

Rajouri, Aug 28: Zonal Education Officer (ZEO) Moghla along with Tehsildar Mogla, Naib tehsildar and police post in-charge from Taryath rushed to high school at Kalka Mithyani after the students locked the school for the second consecutive day alleging shortage of teachers.
While addressing the students, Lajo Devi, ZEO, Moghla informed them that in consultation with the Joint Director, it has been decided to send three teachers from nearby schools from tomorrow for ten days and within ten days the permanent teachers will be appointed for the smooth functioning of the school.
"Mogla education zone is facing shortage of teachers for the last many months and the matter was also brought into the notice of higher authorities" said ZEO.
More than 180 students studying in the school have alleged that out of 12 sanctioned posts of teachers , 8 posts were lying vacant.
Out of remaining four teachers/ Masters many among them either remain on casual leaves or were engaged in other works and the poor students were suffering.
On Saturday and Monday only one teacher came to school while other three were on casual leave and students were the worst sufferers.
On Monday the students organised a protest demonstration in the morning assembly and raised slogans against Education department, CEO, ZEO and other concerned.
"Later the students locked the school in protest and were joined by the parents and locals who also expressed their resentment against senior officers of the department" said Ashok Kumar , ex-sarpanch.
The posts of library and laboratory assistants (3 posts) and peon (one post) are also vacant.
"For the last many days our children go to school but come back without studies. We are worried about the future because people from every community can't afford their studies in expensive private schools" said Ashok Kumar.
"Joint Director Education has assured to provide three teachers on Wednesday for ten days on academic support till the vacancies were not filled. Students/parents were satisfied and the school will operate from tomorrow" said ZEO.
Ashok Kumar said that they will wait and watch for the department action within ten days and may resume their protest if the required tea.
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