Decentralization can solve the non-financial demands of teachers in Punjab
The non-financial teachers’ problems are becoming an administrative problem in Punjab due to wrong government policies and decentralization is only the solution to the same, said Raj Kishore Kalra, an educationist in his statement to the media persons.
many years, the teachers working in these schools are struggling for
their demands, which include financial and non-financial.
far as financial demands are concerned, the government is
dilly-dallying, taking the plea of financial constraints but there
are certain non-financial demands, which can be acceded to, without
any burden on government exchequer. Because of wrong policies
of government, the non-financial problems of teachers are becoming
further said, the non-financial demands include transfer of teachers,
time-bound promotion plan, promotions, confirmation cases,
discrimination at the time of appointment of teachers in schools,
non-existence of permanent calendar, issuing of half-baked letters,
non-issuing of financial approval for salary of teachers etc.
case the government decentralizes its powers, the non-financial
problems can be solved very easily, said Kalra.