Eyeing DSC, private teachers quit jobs

HYDERABAD: Private schools will have tough days ahead in preparing students for SSC examinations with many of its teachers resigning, to prepare for DSC recruitment examination in the state.

Published: 31st January 2012 05:59 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:25 PM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: Private schools will have tough days ahead in preparing students for SSC examinations with many of its teachers resigning, to prepare for DSC recruitment examination in the state.

The state government has issued DSc notification to fill-up as many as 21,334 teacher posts, including SGTs, school assistants, language pundits and physical education teachers. After completing BEd and DEd, candidates generally work in private schools until state issues a teacher recruitment notification.

Whenever, state issues notification, its a general phenomenon, that all these candidates quit their jobs to launch serious preparation to land government teacher posts and fulfil their lifetime ambition.

Speaking to Express, M Yadaiah, who has done BEd and MSc Physics said that he has been waiting for DSc notification for the past couple of years, after completing BEd. Meanwhile, he said that he has been working with a private school in Nalgonda. With no second thought, he said that he is going to submit his resignation “today” at any cost. I may lose a month’s salary, if I resign before the end of the month, but it does not matter, he said.

Mostly, private schools hire, candidates with BEd degree to teach Xth class students. If they resign now, managements of these schools will have a tough time to help prepare the Xth class students for board examinations, as the Xth board examinations are scheduled to commence on 24 March.

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