Poor Results? Then No Vacation for Haryana Teachers

Published: 01st June 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 01st June 2015 08:02 AM   |  A+A-


CHANDIGARH: The Haryana Government has decided to impart special coaching to the students of government schools placed in the PA-R/Re-appear category.

In all the government schools, where the results in the individual subject(s) is less than 50 per cent, the regular teacher of the said subject would now have to take extra remedial classes.

“Proper coaching be provided immediately to students being placed in PA-R/Re-appear category both in the matriculation as well as senior secondary examination by the regular teachers during the summer vacations commencing from June 1 till June 30 for complete normal school hours from 8 am to 2.30 pm,” a government directive said.

As many as 1,64,090 students had appeared for the matriculation examination out of which 49,746 qualified, 45,074 were PA-R cases and 62,873 were re-appear cases.

In the senior secondary examination, 1,25,468 students appeared, out of which 64,701 qualified, 30,782 were PA-R cases and 28,247 were Re-appear cases.

This policy shall be applicable to all the schools, where the results in the individual subjects were less than 50 per cent.

After the  summer vacations, the regular teachers would also take extra remedial classes after school hours, keeping in view the number of students placed in the PA-R or Re-appear category.

The head of the Institution (Principal or Head Master, as the case may be) would be  responsible for supervising the additional coaching and keeping proper records. “It shall be ensured that the course contents are completed at least a fortnight before the commencement of the supplementary examination to be held in September,” the order said.

The coaching would also be made applicable after the declaration of the results of supplementary examination and the same shall continue till March 31, 2016, if the students still failed to clear the PA-R/Re-appear.

Under no eventuality, the same shall be applicable beyond  March 31, 2016, it said.

“You are, therefore, directed to instruct all the heads of institutions under your control to ensure the strict compliance of these instructions. It is again made clear that Principals or Headmasters of Senior Secondary or High Schools shall be exclusively responsible under the overall supervision of

District Education Officers concerned. Any laxity in this regards shall be viewed seriously and will invite strict disciplinary action under the provisions of Haryana Civil Services (Punishment & Appeal) Rules, 1987,” the order stated.


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