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Why primary teachers are exploited on boas of salary and work?
Dear FriendI really want to intimate school teachers regarding the salary related issues which could be little relaxing in terms of terms and conditions of the primary teachers. If you see the employbility and further enhancement while being in the job is quiting encouraging. But it is truth for govt teachers where they are benifited in so many ways -like a teacher gets job at the early age and get retired after a hefty salary dose where education qualification is required just mattrick and 12th you do not think it is very good incubation model for a life. Where there is a contrast situation in private schools in spite of being highly qualified candidtaes they get very less amount as compare to govt primary school. The difference is at the sponosrship level govt has the allocated fund to support the employement which extends the service towards the society education. At the same time highly glamourised schools without taking name even I am not interested to discuss the reasions behind such scarcity where management has the right to monitor the situation as they have their private resource of fund based on the revenue which is earned from the parents and society. My objective is to explain the future perspectives of such qualified candiates (thouse are either struggling in their job or enjoying the job is not the matter of discussion). 1.L earning while earning: This slogan carries the meanigful message which is being realized at large scale. Now qualified people prefer to join the job at early stage of life so that one can be self relient and can free from the parents side at the same time parents and family are also quite happy with such apprach. This type of act is much needed which not only help any individual rather fascilitaing the happiest methodology to the different sectors of country. Try to understand the point in simple language that how one can come out from such frustration. If you are working in a private school or govt school even then you can explore the e-learning or distance learning mode of education to obtain the higher degee so that you can switch over the job. I have seen many examples specifically in humanity background who has strarted his or her career from primary school and then joined as college teacher-lecturer/assistant professor etc which seems to be the equal oportinity in the country as per the national employment act.
Dear friend, thsnk you for your question. Here you have not mentioned your eduacational qualifications and waht are you doing at present. But from your question, it seems that you are very much concerned about the situation of teacher, specially in private primary schools. To some extent, you are right. You might have seen that in Indian scenario, the private schools are mushrooming like any thing. Here I am not talking about the big, well equiped and affluent schools, but my concern is about those schools, which are running in suburab areas. The schools are bing opned in streets, in some buildings. The students of these schools belong to lower economic level. People like vegetable seller, small shop holder, daily paid worker send their children to these schools. The fee is very nominal so that the marginal parents can pay easily. When income of school is less then the salary of teacher is also less, or they are under paid. The teachers in such achools are not properly qualified, some of the teachers are high school passed girls or maximum they are simple graduate. Here I talked about the small level schools, which impart education from Nursery to fifth standard.
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