Himachal High Court: Teachers’ cartel worrying

Legal Correspondent

Shimla, August 26

The HP High Court at this time expressed concern over influential lecturers forming a cartel to make sure postings in and round district and tehsil headquarters. It directed the state authorities to make sure that a most variety of lecturers, particularly these whose kids are to seem in board/ skilled programs exams, got a possibility to serve on the district and tehsil headquarters.

The verdict got here on a petition by a trainer who mentioned she was shifted from Government School, Sanjauli (Shimla), to Government School, Theog, on “political” advice.

“The state is required to adopt a fair and transparent policy of transfer by calling for the details of all teachers whose children are to appear in the board exams or exams for professional courses… This will bring about an end to the monopoly created in favour of a few teachers and will ensure benefits to the student community as a whole,” a Division Bench mentioned.

“…Because of the cartel created by a few employees serving in urban and semi-urban areas, influential employees manage to secure postings in and around urban areas, leaving practically no room for others,” the Bench added.

Laying it down

Give desire to lecturers whose children are to seem in board or every other examination, guidelines Division Bench

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