Under graduate SSA teachers: Govt extends tenure of already formed committee to examine the case
Srinagar: The J&K government has extended the term of the committee constituted earlier to put forth their recommendations with regard to the regularization of the teachers recruited in the department under erstwhile SSA scheme.
As the government has already accorded approval for the regularization of the SSA teachers on supernumerary posts in the school education department, the under graduate SSA teachers have been exempted from the list.
For this the government has tasked the same committee to examine the issue of these undergraduate teachers for their regularization in the department. The committee has been asked to submit the report within a period of one month.
Notably, the committee comprises of administrative secretary finance department as its chairman while as administrative secretary planning and development department, administrative secretary higher education department, administrative secretary GAD are its members and administrative secretary school education department will be the members secretary of the committee.
“The committee should examine the issue of the SSA teachers who have not completed their graduation before or after their recruitment in the department,” reads the order issued by the General Administrative Department (GAD).
The governor administration on December 9 approved the Action Plan recommended by the committee constituted in August this year.
The Committee was mandated to devise a comprehensive strategy to review the issues of all school teachers in the school education department including those funded under the on-going centrally sponsored Scheme ‘SarvaShikshaAbhiyan’ (SSA) and suggest possible solutions.
The government stated that it will examine the issue of 7706 under-graduate teachers who do not possess the qualification as ‘Graduate’ for their appointment or transition as regular teachers.
“Now the government has extended the term of the committee by one month, it will examine the issue of these teachers,” GAD secretary Hilal Ahmad Parrrey said.
He said the government will find out a way for regularization of these 7706 teachers as well. “Let the committee submit their report,” he said.