Another Central and State Governments are running many schemes to promote education and are also motivating students through School Chalo Abhiyan, while there are more than 16,000 schools in Madhya Pradesh where only one permanent teacher is appointed in a school. Is. Most of the schools are running on guest teachers.
When our team investigated this in Burhanpur, Madhya Pradesh, we found that there are 8 schools where no permanent teacher is appointed and 37 schools where only one permanent teacher is appointed per school.
Along with this, apart from the school, the teachers are also carrying out the responsibilities outside, due to which the system of the school becomes more disturbed. In such a situation, how to get quality education to the students is a matter to think about.
Same permanent teacher from 9th to 12th, same principal
Nagar Palika Shahpur is situated about 12 km away from Burhanpur district. A Government Urdu Higher Secondary School runs here in a faraway field. Students from 9th to 12th study here, but there is only one permanent teacher to teach all the four classes and he has also been given the charge of the principal. When Principal Afzal Ahmed Ansari goes out of school work, the system of the school gets worse.
In such a situation, all the responsibility of the school rests on the guest teachers. In this matter many times he told the District Education Officer and senior officers, but till now permanent teachers have not been appointed.
Urdu medium students are studying in Hindi-English
The situation is even worse in all the Urdu medium schools in Burhanpur district where there is a shortage of Urdu medium teachers. Hindi teachers are appointed in Urdu medium schools, due to which the medium of the students is Urdu but they are taught through Hindi medium or English medium. Students have to face a lot of trouble in reading in this way. Many times the students also protested against this, but due to the shortage of Urdu medium teachers, no solution could be found.
In this regard, District Education Officer Ravindra Mahajan said that there are 8 schools in Burhanpur where there are no permanent teachers and there are 37 schools where only one permanent teacher is appointed per school.
Despite this, arrangements have been made for guest teachers as per the instructions of the government so that the studies of the students are not affected.
He said that a demand letter has been issued in this regard after informing the senior officers and the department. New teachers have not been appointed for 5 years, due to which this problem is being created.