Sanskrit lecturer group submitted memorandum to the governor
Published: May 09, 2022 07:32:35 pm
Raigarh. The post has been abolished by removing the compulsory subject of Sanskrit from the new setup issued by the Directorate of Public Instruction for High and Higher Secondary Schools. Angered by this, the Sanskrit lecturer’s group has submitted a memorandum to the district administration in the name of the governor and demanded that it be included in the compulsory subject.
Officials of the Sanskrit Lecturer Group said that till now Sanskrit was kept as a compulsory subject in high school and higher secondary school like Hindi, English and other subjects. Under this, about 200 Sanskrit lecturers are posted in the schools in the district, but suddenly the Directorate of Public Instruction has issued a new setup and removed the post of Sanskrit subject from this setup. Also it has been made compulsory. For Sanskrit subject, one post has been sanctioned for Sanskrit lecturer when the number recorded is from 61 to 359, whereas the condition of government schools is not hidden from anyone, the number recorded here is very less. Eliminating the above obligation, a memorandum has been submitted to the district administration in the name of the Governor, demanding sanction of the post considering Sanskrit as a compulsory subject like other subjects. From Ambedkar Chowk, a group of Sanskrit lecturers took out a rally and reached the Collectorate and submitted a memorandum.
If there is no improvement then it will come in surplus
About two hundred lecturers of Sanskrit subject are working in the district, if the new setup is not improved, then all the above teachers will come under the category of surplus. Due to this there will be problem in salary withdrawal, while the teaching of Sanskrit subject will also be affected in schools.
Memorandum submitted to the district administration in the name of the governor