Jamshedpur, Aug 14: In a recent order the deputy commissioner Suraj Kumar has directed authorities to stop the salaries of the headmasters and all the teachers who skipped online classes with the immediate effect. Kumar, in a monthly review meeting related to overall education convened at Collectorate Auditorium, Jamshedpur gave necessary instructions regarding Digisath, transit of students, dilapidated school building and electrification in schools etc.
In order to review Digisath Online Classes, 320 schools, which are not taking online classes so far, have been directed to stop the salaries of the headmaster and all the teachers with immediate effect.
Instructions were given to provide list for electrification by Tata Steel UISL in two government schools located in urban areas. If any school has become building less due to dilapidated building, then its list has to be made available so that proposals can be sent for construction of school buildings through the scheme.
Instructions were given to ensure 100% transition in schools. Action will be taken against those schools in which 100% transit will not be made in class 5 to 6 and class 8 to 9. Action will also be taken against private schools.
Action will also be ensured against the Block Education Extension Officer concerned if the work is not completed on time.
In the meeting, District Education Officer SD Tigga, District Education Superintendent Vineet Kumar, Assistant Engineer Sakil Gani, Assistant Program Officer Akhilesh Kumar, Pramod Jaiswal, MIS in-charge Rajesh Kumar, Bindu Jha from KGBV, ACP and ARP etc. from Collectorate Auditorium and Block. BEEO, BPO, KGBV Warden, BRP, CRP attended the meeting through video conferencing.