HC pulls up edu secy over female teacher’s transfer in Jhalawar

  • | Friday | 22nd September, 2023

Jaipur: Hearing a contempt petition, a single bench of Rajasthan High Court has asked principal secretary (education) to either comply the orders of relieving a government teacher from a school situated at Jhalawar else appear before the court in person on September 27.Petitioner Deepika was working as Grade III teacher at a government primary school at Jaitha ka Fedi village in Dug area of Jhalawar in 2018. She got transferred from the school to government girls upper primary school, Ward number 4 of Mandawa in Jhunjhunu. However, she was not relieved from the school in Jhalawar where she was working, said Ram Pratap Saini, counsel for Deepika on Thursday.Saini said Deepika had approached the HC. The HC in its order on October 6, 2018 had directed the authorities to ensure the teacher gets relieved and could join the school where she was transferred. Till today, she is not relieved. We had approached the high court for intervention. The court has asked the education department to either comply with previous order of the HC in a week else principal secretary (education) to appear in person in the court with an affidavit explaining the reasons on non-compliance despite the lapse of almost five years, Saini added.The court of Justice Mahendra Kumar Goyal issued the order and the matter is listed for September 27. TNNWe also published the following articles recentlyPrincipal of primary school suspended for absencesThe principal of Barsudi primary school in Pauri Garhwal district has been suspended for repeated unauthorized absences. Despite receiving multiple notices, there was no improvement in his behavior. The principal has been attached to the block education office while an inquiry takes place. In other news, an FIR has been lodged against the principal, coach, and staff members of Sainik School in Lucknow after a student was found dead in the swimming pool. Additionally, there are 926 government primary schools in Gujarat with only one teacher, and many classrooms are in a dilapidated state.926 primary schools have just one teacherThe Gujarat government has revealed that there are 926 government primary schools operating with just one teacher. It has also been disclosed that 7,906 classrooms in government and grant-in-aid schools are in a deteriorating state. The worst affected districts include Mahisagar, Kutch, Tapi, Devbhoomi Dwarka, Narmada, and Kheda. However, the government has assured that vacant teaching positions will be filled soon. In other news, the Gujarat Council of Educational Research and Training has announced the exam schedule for primary schools in Ahmedabad, and primary school teachers in Madurai are dissatisfied with the Ennum Ezhuthum scheme.4 held in twin murder case in JhalawarFour individuals have been arrested in connection with the murder of a live-in couple inside a hospital in Jhalawar, India. The police had offered a reward for information leading to the capture of the suspects, and multiple teams were deployed to track them down. Preliminary investigations suggest that the motive behind the crime was conflicts between the main accused and the victim. The two had previously worked together but had disputes over property, which strained their relationship.

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