In terse, berated letter, senior official requests list of ‘deadwood’ school staff ‘within 15 days’ – Kashmir Reader


Srinagar: The J&K government has launched a process, and it wants to complete quickly, to find “underperforming” teaching and non-teaching staff to free the education system from “deadwood”.
According to the letter issued by Biswajit Kumar Singh, administrative secretary of the school education department, the director of education in Kashmir, Tasaduq Hussain Mir, has been asked to prepare the list of teaching and non-teaching staff who are non-teaching staff. performers or “dead wood”.
“This list will be provided within 15 days and sent to the General Administration Department for action,” said the order, a copy of which is with Kashmir Reader.
Kumar, in the statement to the director of education in Kashmir, said the education department has a large number of staff and many of them are not performing their duties to the level of expectations and results. desired, resulting in a high dropout rate and lower learning outcomes.
“How can a department with a teacher-student ratio of 1:10 have such a result?” He wondered.
Kumar said that “it becomes inevitable to identify idle staff or deadwood in teachers and other teachers who have either cleared schools of enrollments primarily through private coaching, side activities or have created a corrupt and malicious work culture. in offices which caused great inconvenience to the public and proved counterproductive for the growth of the department.
“In this context, you are invited to prepare the list of these employees in accordance with the standards and to provide the list to this office within 15 days for transmission to the general administration for the necessary measures, if not serious measures under the rules will be taken, ”the statement said. bed.


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