Gehlot government's transfer policy ruined the education system- Shekhawat
Union Jal Shakti Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat took a jibe at the state government over the shortage of teachers in government schools. Giving the example of Pratapgarh, Shekhawat said that not only Pratapgarh, but the entire Rajasthan's education system has been ruined by the transfer policy of the Gehlot government.
In a tweet on Saturday, Union Minister Shekhawat said that orders are being issued from Jaipur without knowing the status of the schools. The Education Minister made a new policy to say, but could not decide from where the teachers would come in the schools that were vacant after the transfer?
Significantly, in Pratapgarh, there are 2178 teachers posts for 70 thousand children in 274 schools of higher secondary, but at present there are only 1075 teachers. Despite this, teachers are being transferred outside. Due to this, so far there have been incidents of lockout in 6 schools in the district.
At the same time, on the recovery by distributing flags in the name of Teacher's Day in government schools, the Union Minister said that the Education Department of Rajasthan has nothing to do with whether there are teachers in schools, but recovery must be made by distributing flags in the name of Teacher's Day. . In fact, five crore rupees have been collected from the children in government schools of the state without receipt of five rupees each in the name of flags, whereas in these schools, not only the education of the children but also the nutrition is free.