Acute shortage of teachers plagues government schools in NK

DHARWAD: Even as the Congress-JD(S) coalition govt contemplates introducing English as a medium of instruction in 1,000 govt number one faculties within the state from the coming academic 12 months, faculties of North Karnataka on the whole and north west zone particularly are in dangerous form.
Chief minister H D Kumaraswamy appears made up our minds to move forward along with his plan to introduce English as a medium of instruction when he stated at the 84th Akhila Bharat Kannada Sahitya Sammelana in Dharwad remaining week the verdict were taken after bearing in mind a number of elements.

He also clarified that Kannada received’t be not noted and all efforts are being made to make stronger Kannada-medium faculties.

Kumaraswamy’s statement came when many dignitaries, together with Sammelana president Chandrashekhar Kambar and former president Chandrashekhar Patil strongly criticised the verdict.

While leaders and academicians proceed to have differing views at the factor, faculties and children proceed to languish amid poor quality of training and shortage of teachers in North Karnataka districts.

The downside of scarcity of certified teachers isn't confined to govt faculties on my own. Aided personal faculties also face this downside as the government has failed give its sanction to fill vacancies.

The North West zone of the education department overlaying 9 educational districts of Mumbai-Karnataka region -- Bagalkot, Belagavi, Chikkodi, Dharwad, Haveri, Gadag, Sirsi, Karwar and Vijaypura — has 10,976 govt number one and 1,125 govt high faculties.

As in keeping with the place of job of the additional commissioner of public instruction, NW zone, the overall choice of sanctioned posts of teachers in number one faculties is 55,911 and 7487 have been vacant for a number of years. Similarly, the overall choice of sanctioned posts of teachers in high faculties is 10,175 and 1,191 are vacant.

Education department officers blame teachers for poor efficiency of scholars in SSLC examinations and just ask teachers to behavior a chain of preparatory examinations. Teachers rue the truth that they don’t get enough time to complete the syllabus satisfactorily throughout the stipulated time as they are frequently deployed on non-teaching assignments.

Officers at the local degree don't have any clue when vacancies can be stuffed. “Our process is to move on directions won from the top,” stated a senior officer.

Acute shortage of teachers plagues government schools in NK Acute shortage of teachers plagues government schools in NK Reviewed by kailash soni on January 12, 2019 Rating: 5
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