Poll duty for govt school teachers affects teaching

Even anganwadi workers can’t do their jobs properly Sitamarhi: Election duty for government teachers and anganwadi workers has affected teaching in schools and the distribution of rations. “Around four months are spent on election duty during an election year,” Prabhakar Kumar, a teacher from a Kendriya Vidyalaya, informed The Observer. “We… are not paid adequately.” […]

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Going to college to conduct online classes puts teachers at risk

Colleges in Odisha are facing difficulties in maintaining safety measures. The government has made it mandatory for teachers to go to the colleges to hold online classes, which increased the number of positive cases among teachers.  “Three teachers have tested positive for Covid-19 after they came to college”, said Dr. Pradip Kumar Samantray, the HOD […]

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Sindagi village schools have no libraries, lab equipment

But teachers are always ready to help students Village schools in Sindagi taluk in Vijayapura district do not have the infrastructure necessary to improve students’ learning abilities. Swathi, a student of class 9 studying in the high school in Otihale village, informed The Observer that her school doesn’t have a library. Consequently, she hadn’t developed […]

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