Haryana may exhibit photo of teachers in classrooms to end 'proxy-ism'

Shubhanshu Sharma

Shubhanshu SharmaBy Shubhanshu Sharma

Published on 19 Jan 2018 3:35 PM GMT

Haryana may exhibit photo of teachers in classrooms to end proxy-ism
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Chandigarh: The Haryana government is considering a proposal to exhibit photograph of teachers in classrooms to ensure that the students are taught by their real teachers and not by proxies.

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said on Friday in Jind that the move was being made to ensure that the appointed teachers carried out the teaching work and no proxy teacher went to engage classes.

In the past few years, there have been complaints that some teachers in government schools, especially in rural areas and small towns, sent other people as a proxy to teach in their place.

Khattar, who was addressing a public rally, said that efforts were being made to speed up the process of filling up the vacant posts in government departments, including educational institutions.

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"Selection has been made for 35,000 posts and results have already been announced," he said.

All youth could not be provided government jobs, but steps were being taken to provide employment and self-employment opportunity to each youth, the Chief Minister said.

"Companies are making huge capital investments to set up industries in the state, and in the near future, there would be no shortage of employment opportunities for the youth in the state," he added.

Jind is around 200 km from here.

-IANS

Shubhanshu Sharma

Shubhanshu Sharma

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