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Now, +10 Lecturers to  teach 9-10th class students; headmasters to teach too

Riyaz Bhat

Srinagar, Sep 8: School Education Department Friday directed the lecturers to teach 9th and 10th standard students besides their routine duty of teaching senior secondary students.

The department said that the move was aimed to improve academic standards in schools.

Deputy Secretary to government in an official notification said, “It is impressed upon lecturers of School Education Department to exuberantly involve themselves in teaching at 9th and 10th level besides at the plus-2 level.”

The officer said that the directives were issued in order to improve the academic standard in School Education Department and chisel the talented students of Jammu and Kashmir by way of tapping the professional talent of the able lecturers available in the department.

“This way the students shall be exposed to qualified and experienced staff for competing at the national level in various competitive exams,” the officer said.

The government said, “The Head of institutions and lecturers shall comply these instructions in letter and spirit and report in this regard shall be submitted by concerned Chief Education Officers on monthly basis.’

Meanwhile, School Education Department Friday also announced that the principals and headmasters of government institutions shall be the take part teaching students besides managing the administration of their respective schools.

Earlier, almost all the principals and headmasters of government run schools used to manage the administration and academics of the institute. However, in a major development, they have been asked to teach at least two classes a day.

According to the news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), Deputy Secretary to the government said that the directives were issued in the interest of academics and growing demand of public for bringing improvement in the teaching-learning process by experts.

“It is impressed upon the principals and headmasters to be part of the daily time-table and teach at least two classes daily in their subiect of interest,” the government said.

It also said that these instructions shall be strictly complied with.  “All Chief Education Officers are directed to monitor the implementation of these instructions personally and submit report in this regard on monthly basis.”


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