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School committee in-charges to stay

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Bringing rural schools under the ambit of Panchayatraj Department mooted

HYDERABAD: School Education Minister N. Rajyalaxmi has said that persons in charge appointed for school education committees, whose term expired in July, will continue in office until a permanent solution to administer the institutions is found.

Piloting a Bill to replace an ordinance appointing the persons in charge, Ms. Rajyalaxmi told the Assembly on Thursday that the restructuring of the administration of the schools would take some time. Until then, the persons-in charge would continue to head the panels. She said various sections of people were opposed to the continuation of the education committees as they vitiated the peaceful atmosphere in villages with inherent politics. Just when the Government had turned attention to the future of the panels when their term was coming to an end, came municipal, cooperative and Bihar elections followed by floods.

Meanwhile, a proposal to bring the rural schools under the ambit of Panchayatraj Department was also put forth before the Government.

It was under these circumstances that the Government decided to issue an ordinance appointing persons in charge for the committees temporarily.

Teachers' transfer

Ms. Rajyalaxmi moved another Bill amending the existing Act on transfer of teachers and other employees constituted in the posts to the restructured cadres. Both the Bills were passed.

Responding to clarifications, she said the Government would spend Rs. 100 crores a year over the next three years to construct additional classrooms with NABARD funds. K. Atchan Naidu (TDP) said the persons-in-charge were appointed to rehabilitate Congress activists.

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