UT transfers 14 principals, six lecturers get charge of officiating principals

The education department on Wednesday transferred 14 principals and gave six lecturers charge of officiating principals.

By: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Updated: September 22, 2016 11:41 am

The education department on Wednesday transferred 14 principals and gave six lecturers charge of officiating principals.

Director school education Rupinderjit Singh Brar said: “The transfers have been ordered keeping in mind the time period of the principals in their respective schools. The principals who have been posted in a school for more than five years have been transferred.” Anujit Kaur, principal, Government Model Senior Secondary School (GMSSS), Sector 16, has been appointed as the deputy DEO-II.

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Monika, principal, GMSSS- 47, has been posted to GMSSS in Sector 8; Nirmal Singh of GMSSS-20 has been posted to GMSSS Dhanas; Darshanjit Singh of GMSSS-32 has been transferred to GMSSS-39.

While Kiran Dutta, a history lecturer from GMSSS 37-B, has been given the officiating charge of GSSS Khuda Lahora, Ranjana Khosla, an economics lecturer of GMSSS-20, will be the officiating principal at GMSSS-32.

Inderbir Kaur, a home science lecturer of GGMSS-20, will be the officiating principal of GMSSS in Sector 37. Shashi Bala, another economics lecturer from GMSSS-33, will be the officiating principal of GMSSS-56. Kamlesh, a history lecturer of GMSSS-10B will officiate as principal of GMSSS Maloya. Rajinder Kaur, a psychology lecturer of GMSSS-16, will be the officiating principal of GSSSS-Kaimbwala.

Vinod Sharma, the president of Government Teachers’ Union, said: “We welcome the decision to transfer the teachers and principals, as it will help in improving and upgrading the quality of education. It also led to better results in the classes XI and XII.”

On Tuesday, the education department had transferred 48 school teachers to various schools. The transfers are being to done to rotate and shift the staff regularly so there is competency in work.

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