Schools do not provide documents for investigations

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Baghpat. Contrary to the instructions of the Ministry of Education, the school principals do not make the textbooks available in the secretariat. So far, only 18 schools in the district have submitted the institution’s records to the district school inspector’s office. This affects the file review.
The secondary school council had instructed that the school reports should be uploaded to the website. On the instructions of the council, the department had instructed the headmasters of all schools to submit the records and information on income and expenditure to the secretariat for review. Despite repeated instructions, the rectors of the secondary schools do not make the files available to the secretariat. Access to the files is impaired as a result. Out of 71 funded secondary schools in the district, only 18 submitted their records to the office. On Monday, the District School Inspectorate Ravindra Singh instructed the directors of all schools to have the letters in the office by Tuesday. At the same time, District School Inspector Ravindra Singh said that if the instructions against school principals who hold them accountable were not followed, adverse entry measures would be taken.
Examination of secondary school records started
The district’s school inspector Ravindra Singh said the council had given instructions to upload the details of the property, all records, and the schools’ income and expenses on the website. These include school building, gate, laboratory, library, border, hostel, border wall, separate toilets for boys and girls, video surveillance and voice recorder, details of school fees, teachers and employees who receive salaries by court order, the school’s development fund, the school’s total annual income and salaries the details of the development work carried out in the school are being examined.

Baghpat. Contrary to the instructions of the Ministry of Education, the school principals do not make the textbooks available in the secretariat. So far, only 18 schools in the district have submitted the institution’s records to the district school inspector’s office. This affects the file review.

The secondary school council had instructed that the school reports should be uploaded to the website. On the instructions of the council, the department had instructed the headmasters of all schools to submit the records and information on income and expenditure to the secretariat for review. Despite repeated instructions, the rectors of the secondary schools do not make the files available to the secretariat. Access to the files is impaired as a result. Out of 71 funded secondary schools in the district, only 18 submitted their records to the office. On Monday, the District School Inspectorate Ravindra Singh instructed the directors of all schools to have the letters in the office by Tuesday. At the same time, District School Inspector Ravindra Singh said that if the instructions against school principals who hold them accountable were not followed, adverse entry measures would be taken.

Examination of secondary school records started

The district’s school inspector Ravindra Singh said the council had given instructions to upload the details of the property, all records, and the schools’ income and expenses on the website. These include school building, gate, laboratory, library, border, hostel, border wall, separate toilets for boys and girls, video surveillance and voice recorder, details of school fees, teachers and employees who receive salaries by court order, the school’s development fund, the school’s total annual income and salaries the details of the development work carried out in the school are being examined.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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