Ganjam Collector Vijay Amrit Kulange has asked Dharakote BEO Rabindra Kumar Panda to lodge an FIR against these three teachers.
The Mahasangha has appealed that the Government should to invest on one college in every district and develop it as a model one.
Unlike the farmers and construction workers who massed in The Hague for demonstrations, teachers are staging smaller protests across the country.
Though there has been a standing order banning the mobile phone use in schools, the officials have been reportedly lethargic in its implementation.
Headmaster Mariano’s Tete and assistant teacher Tapan Kumar Paikray have to wade through neck-deep water in Govindpalli panchayat as there are no boats or a bridge over the river.
It may be mentioned here that the State government had earlier sanctioned the recruitment of 1,061 faculty posts in 11 State universities, which included 415 posts in Osmania University.
The decision to call for a complete shut down was taken after the association called an emergency meeting on Tuesday to discuss the issue.
Now, thousands of employees in the private education sector in the state can also avail the 26 weeks maternity leave with salary as guaranteed in the Act like government employees.
With no further notice regarding joining of primary school teachers, fate of more than 3,770 applicants now remains uncertain.
The parents are also worried over the changes in the middle of the academic year.
The teachers were given their appointment letters recently and were supposed to join on Tuesday.
Most employee unions have said that they would lend their support if the government goes on to sack all the 50,000 protesting RTC employees.
The Directorate of Education has frozen the recruitment process at government-aided schools for the past one month.
SCERT Director Dr B Pratap Reddy recently issued orders about the 12-day-long teachers’ training programme.
3.5 lakh teachers in private schools across the state teach more than 20 lakh students.