An alumnus of Ramjanki Secondary School, Bansgadhi Municipality-8.
July 8, Kathmandu. Six teachers of Bansgadhi Municipality-8 of Bardiya and Ram Janaki Mavic of Bhaisasur are preparing for the examination of Teacher Service Commission. The school has enlisted the help of alumni to prevent the teachers from being affected while preparing for the exams.
Narayan Prasad Sharma, the principal of the school, said that he was teaching the students with the help of the students who had just passed the SEE and other alumni.
“It does not mean that the school will not give leave for their professional rights. But, the reading will be affected ‘, he said,’ We have requested our alumni to volunteer so as not to affect the children’s reading while the teachers are preparing for their exams. ‘
He says that the class taken by the alumni is being effective. “Some students are reluctant to ask the teacher what they don’t understand, but now they are saying that it is easy and understandable to ask what the siblings have taught,” said Principal Sharma.
At present, 5-7 alumni are taking classes daily, said Assistant Principal Khagendra Chand. The Teachers Service Commission is conducting open competitive written (thematic) examination for the post of Class III teacher at various levels from Thursday (tomorrow).
The municipalities have said that some schools had to give leave as there was a problem in managing the class when the teachers went to participate in the examination. The commission has designated provincial examination centers for the open competitive thematic examinations of secondary level on July 26, lower secondary level on July 26 and primary level III on July 30.
Min Bahadur Dhami, head of the education department at Indravati village in Sindhupalchowk, said that some of the schools had given leave after failing to manage the lessons when the teachers went to sit for the examination. He said, “I have heard that some schools have given leave. They will arrange it themselves. ‘
The Tansen Municipality of Palpa has stated that it is conducting reading lessons from the available teachers. Chief of the Education Branch, Reshmalal Neupane, said that the children were affected when the Teachers Service Commission made the examination centers provincial. “When a teacher goes to participate in the examination, it will affect the education of the children for three to seven days,” he said.
The schools have said that such teachers should be given leave for more than a week as the same teacher has to appear for the examinations up to secondary, lower secondary and pre-primary level. The Bhojpur Municipality has also instructed the school not to affect the teaching due to the teachers going for the examination.
Padam Bahadur Pradhan, head of the education branch of the municipality, said that the examination of lower and primary level teachers would not be affected as the annual leave would be given from July 25. He said, “There are very few teachers participating in tomorrow’s secondary level examination.” The school can manage it.
The commission had conducted general examinations for 17 thousand 447 vacancies at the level of upper secondary, lower secondary and pre-primary level on April 3, 4 and 5 respectively.
Among them, 3,886 out of 32,097 participants had passed the examination held on April 3 to fill 1,552 vacancies at the secondary level.
A total of 20,982 out of 76,806 candidates have passed the general examination conducted for 2,598 vacant posts in the lower secondary level on April 3.
Similarly, 19 thousand 385 out of 1 lakh 2 thousand 658 participants have passed the examination conducted by the Commission for 13 thousand 297 vacant posts on April 4.
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