New policy: 10 years will have to be taught in the village, if the number of children is less then the teacher will be transferred

The Permanent Transfer Policy of Madhya Pradesh Education Department has been approved. Under this policy, it is necessary for a teacher to give education in village schools for 10 years.

New policy regarding transfer of teachers of MP government schools

The Madhya Pradesh government is going to tighten the transfer and performance of teachers. The MP cabinet has approved the permanent transfer policy of the education department. According to this MP government schools The teachers will be transferred on the basis of their performance. According to the new policy, if the students of the subject whose teacher is now, if they get less than 70% marks in that subject, then they will be transferred. Also, it is necessary for a teacher to give education in village schools for 10 years. These changes are going to have an impact on 4.10 lakh teachers of the state.

Under the Permanent Transfer Policy introduced by the Education Department of MP, schools in urban areas have also been added along with excellent and model schools. Under this policy, if the result is less than 60% in high and higher secondary schools in urban areas and less than 40% in other schools, the principal will be transferred to schools in rural areas.

Will have to work in villages for 10 years

Under the Permanent Transfer Policy, teachers will be transferred to village schools without teachers or with fewer teachers. Such teachers will be allowed to apply for voluntary transfer. At least 10% of the total teachers who fall under this criteria will be transferred in the first year itself. They have to stay there for at least 10 years.

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