Explanation sought by 17 including 10 teachers who are absent from schools

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Gyanpur. The schools opened after the second corona wave. This has made the presence of teachers compulsory in schools, but most teachers, trainers and Shikshamitras do not come to school without notice. Under the supervision of the new basic education officer Bhupendra Narayan Singh and the department coordinator MDM Rakesh Tiwari, 10 teachers, 4 instructors and 3 Shikshamitras were found absent. Everyone was asked to make a statement through a notice within a week.
District Primary Education Commissioner Bhupendra Narayan inspected Bairakhas, Koilra, the elementary school and preschool in Kansapur on Tuesday. Meanwhile, teacher Dinesh Gupta and teacher Priya Srivastava were absent. The Monday before we saw elementary schools, preschools and compound schools from Chaklala, Vikrampur Kala, Lakshmaniya, Dhodhwa in Aurai. Where teachers Krishna Kumar Yadav, Priya Srivastava, Poonam Devi, teacher Mridula Gupta, Manjulata Singh, Jitendra Kumar Dwivedi, Arvind Kumar, Vinay Kumar Singh, Sangeeta Yadav were absent. Department coordinator MDM Rakesh Tiwari also visited the schools of Mamhar, Darunhan, Musi and Digh of the Bhadohi block on Monday. Where Shikshamitra Anulesh Kumar, Umashankar Patel, Seema Rai, Teacher Brijendra Singh, Satya Prakash Singh were found missing. On the report from the department coordinator, the BSA instructed all teachers, trainers and shikshamitras to make a statement by July 26th. It should be noted that if the response is not received, action will be taken to stop the salary.

Gyanpur. The schools opened after the second corona wave. This has made the presence of teachers compulsory in schools, but most teachers, trainers and Shikshamitras do not come to school without notice. Under the supervision of the new basic education officer Bhupendra Narayan Singh and the department coordinator MDM Rakesh Tiwari, 10 teachers, 4 instructors and 3 Shikshamitras were found absent. Everyone was asked to make a statement through a notice within a week.

District Primary Education Commissioner Bhupendra Narayan inspected Bairakhas, Koilra, the elementary school and preschool in Kansapur on Tuesday. Meanwhile, teacher Dinesh Gupta and teacher Priya Srivastava were absent. The Monday before we saw elementary schools, preschools and compound schools from Chaklala, Vikrampur Kala, Lakshmaniya, Dhodhwa in Aurai. Where teachers Krishna Kumar Yadav, Priya Srivastava, Poonam Devi, teacher Mridula Gupta, Manjulata Singh, Jitendra Kumar Dwivedi, Arvind Kumar, Vinay Kumar Singh, Sangeeta Yadav were absent. Department coordinator MDM Rakesh Tiwari also visited the schools of Mamhar, Darunhan, Musi and Digh of the Bhadohi block on Monday. Where Shikshamitra Anulesh Kumar, Umashankar Patel, Seema Rai, Teacher Brijendra Singh, Satya Prakash Singh were found missing. On the report from the department coordinator, the BSA instructed all teachers, trainers and shikshamitras to make a statement by July 26th. It should be noted that if the response is not received, action will be taken to stop the salary.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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