1,050 principal posts ‘vacant’ in government schools in Haryana

1,050 principal posts ‘vacant’ in government schools in Haryana

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Panipat, April 5

A state-level meeting of the members of the Haryana School Lecturers’ Association (HSLA) was held here at Arya Senior Secondary School on NH-44 here. The newly elected state president Satpal Sindhu presided over the meeting.

Sindhu said 1,050 posts of principals were vacant in government senior secondary schools due to which the education and health of the students were affected during the Covid pandemic.

The state president appealed CM Manohar Lal Khattar to look into the matter and also demanded the current charge of these schools be given to capable people as per the directions of the state government so that work was not affected in these schools. Sindhu also said ACM matters of the teachers were pending at the directorate, when the CM had already announced that the ACM matters of the employees would be dealt within three months. — TNS

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