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Teachers absence hits hard community schools

LALITPUR: Schools in the rural areas have been affected when most of the teachers of community schools started teaching in the schools in district headquarters.

Entire teaching learning process has come to a halt due to lack of teachers coupled with the tendency to show disinterest to go to teach students in rural areas.

Though the District Education Office stated to harmonize teachers’ postings in rural area with the onset of new academic session, it has yet to be materialized.

The teaching learning has been in trouble due to dillydallying in the harmonization of teachers’ postings for the past few years, said teachers.

According to Shyam Bahadur Adhikari, Principal of Jwaladevi Primary School in Thuladurlung, Lalitpur, there are only four teachers including that of the Early Childhood Development (ECD) classes in his school.

All the teachers are busy taking all the six classes every day, which is very tedious and fatigue, he added.

The teachers’ reluctance to go rural areas and tendency of using political source to stay in district headquarters have created problem in providing education to students in the remote areas. RSS

Published Date: Tuesday, April 17th, 2012 | 06:23 PM

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