CEO Anantnag took action, 3 headmasters were also included in the suspensions.19 teachers, including three headmasters, have been suspended after the recently declared class 10th results of three government schools in south Kashmir’s Anantnag district were declared zero. These include three headmasters.
District Chief Education Officer (CEO) Mohammad Sharif has said in an order that after the declaration of class 10 annual examination results, it was found that not a single child of High School Poru Kalnag, High School Kandivara, and High School Vantrag passed.
After this, the CEO took strict action and suspended these teachers. As part of the action, 11 teachers of Poru, 4 of Kandivara, and 4 of Vantrag were suspended. These include three headmasters, 8-grade teachers, three masters, two RRtv three teachers.
The CEO, who is also finding
out the reasons for the poor results, said that along with this action, the reasons for the poor results in the school are also being ascertained. The CEO said that another school from District High School Poru Kalnag has also registered zero percent result in the examination and similar action has been initiated against the school staff.
Teachers’ salaries will stop if the results are less than 20 percent
After the winter zone results are out, the directors of school education of both the Jammu and Kashmir divisions have sought a report on the results from the chief education officers. In this, it was said that the salary increase of teachers will be stopped if the result is less than 20 percent.
Director of School Education Jammu, Dr. Ravi Shankar Sharma had said that after assessing the results, it would be decided what action would be taken against the poor-performing schools.