The School Education Department has started an exercise to collect the details of the department employees who have crossed the age of 48 years or have served for 22 years in the department.
In different meetings, the move comes after the government asked the School Education Department to identify non-performing or “deadwood” employees for their consideration under Article 226 (2) of J&K CSRs.
In the wake of this, the School Education Department has devised a format seeking details of the department’s employees having poor track records or have remained involved in corruption or embezzlement cases during their services.
The government earlier decided to prepare a list of the non-performing staff in the School Education Department over the deteriorating academic standards and the rising dropout rate of students in the government schools.
As per the format, the department seeks details of the “mentally abnormal” employees besides those with physical disabilities.
The department would also show the teachers posted in schools from primary level to higher secondary level the exit door for having zero enrolments of students.
The School Education Department has started an exhaustive exercise to collect the details of the government schools having meagre or zero enrollment of the students.
The move has come after the J&K government decided to rationalise around 2000 schools – 1000 in Kashmir and 1000 in the Jammu division for insufficient student enrollment.
The schools with meagre or zero enrollment of students would be vacated as well.
The department has also sought the details of the school teachers who have produced low results of students over the past years in J&K Board or School Education-level “Exams.
“The number of employees of the department involved in private business should also be submitted to the department,” reads the content of the format devised by the department.
The government earlier said that despite having a vast number of employees in the department, most of them were not performing their duties to the level of expectations.
In a letter to Director Education Kashmir and Jammu divisions, the Principal Secretary said it had become inevitable to identify the non-working or “deadwood” in teaching and non-teaching faculty who have either emptied schools in enrollment by mostly resorting to private coaching or side business.
“Such employees have created a corrupt and malicious work culture in offices which has put the public to great inconvenience and have proven counterproductive to the department’s growth,” Singh, in his letter, has said.
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