DSC after new districts carved out: Kadiam

Wed 29 Jun 2016, 19:35:17
Education Minister Kadiam Srihari today clarified that there will be no recruitment drive of teachers posts (DSC) in the near future and likely to take a decision after formation of new districts by Dasara after October 11. He promised to strengthen the schools by spending Rs 600 cr for providing basic facilities with upkeep of toilets and protection with CC Camers and bio-metric facility.

Refusing to give details of the number of teacher posts to be filled, Srihari said that since Chief Minister K Chadrasekhar Rao promised to consider the plea of old DSC candidates, a related file is being seen by Chief Secretary Dr Rajiv Sharma to take a final call. He told press persons that the TSPSC will take up the recruitment of the teachers as per the directive of the government only after Dasara festival.

Srihari said that on pilot basis 25 per cent of schools will get cc cameras and biometric and other facilities and all engineering colleges will get the same including toilets and regular maintenance. “We are taking special care to provide the best facilities to the schools comprising drinking water, power supply, upkeep of toilets, watchmen, sweepers and

attenders. The government has given permission to launch 335 English medium schools this academic year to compete with the private schools with quality and standards”, Srihari said.

“For providing facilities, we will spend Rs 248 crore for degree colleges and Rs 356 crore for junior colleges. Each constituency will get Rs 5 crore for facilities and upkeep of the schools which includes Rs 1 cr each from MLA and Collector and the rest by the government”, he added. He also said the State Government was firm to create a number of districts by Dasara festival for administrative ease and decided to recruit 9335 Vidya Volunteers by Collectors concerned. For transparency regular teachers will be recruited by TSPSC only after the formation of new districts and rationalization of posts.

Since the new districts will show a change in details there will be in delay of new DSC. Reacting on the escalating issue of parents taking to streets with regard to heavy fee structure, Srihari said that they are serving notices to 162 private schools for second time to form a committee to decide and display fees and details of facilities being provided. If they failed to comply with norms, the government will take serious action, he warned.

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