Thursday, December 04, 2008
Half of Haryana schools don't have principals
Not all is well on the education front in Haryana. An RTI information has revealed that nearly 50% of government schools in the state are without headmasters. Out of the 2004 sanctioned posts, 984 have been lying vacant — 607 in high schools and 377 in middle. The information has been provided by the education department in response to a query posted by Sat Pal, a Jind resident. According to the department, while 75% posts are filled via promotions, 25% are done through direct recruitment. "These vacancies exist even after the recent promotion of 426 teachers to headmaster posts," claimed Ramesh Malik, spokesperson of the Haryana Masters Association.
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