Srinagar: The Directorate of School Education Kashmir (DSEK) has ordered suspension of government school teachers including headmasters for zero percent results in class 10 Board exams.
An order undersigned by the director school education GN Itoo, said that the teachers including headmasters of government schools which drew blank would be suspended immediately.
It also listed teachers in whose subjects students recorded below 20 percent results while increment of teachers with below 50 percent results in their respective subjects would be stopped.
An order issued by director of the school education, G N Itoo, said that the schools with poor performance was a “matter of grave concern and needs to be addressed immediately by fixing responsibility and also taking all remedial measures so that such situation is not repeated in future”.
“Even in some cases, zero performance has been recorded,” he added.
While teachers recording less than 20 percent result in their respective subjects will be suspended, the order said and annual increment of teachers whose subject witnessed below 50 percent results will be stopped.
The directorate has also directed remedial classes for the unsuccessful candidates who will appear in supplementary examination to be held in February.
While arrangements for remedial classes, as per the order, will be done by the poor performing teachers, respective principals at the DIETs have been asked to monitor the functioning and progress of the remedial teaching.