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No management member should seek salary from school fund: UT

The UT Education department,on Monday,issued notices to several private schools regarding the working of their management.

Written by Express News Service | Chandigarh |
April 21, 2009 3:17:21 am

The UT Education department,on Monday,issued notices to several private schools regarding the working of their management.

Issued by DPI (Schools) Samwartak Singh on the basis that there are many management members in different private schools who are allegedly seeking salary from the schools welfare fund,the notice comes as a rap to the schools who indulge in such practices.

Giving details,Singh said that though schools are allowed to have only honorary members on their board,there have been complaints of schools doing otherwise.

Talking to Newsline,Samwartak Singh confirmed that notices have been issued.

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“Notices have been issued to private schools directing them to clear their position and also no management member should be seeking salary from any school fund”.

Besides this,a couple of government schools have been also issued notices for not maintaining the water tanks.

Many tanks were spotted to have algae floating in it while several didn’t have lids or with broken covers.

The schools have been asked to explain the reason for such carelessness and also have been directed to adopt appropriate measures as soon as possible.

Meanwhile,Samwartak Singh refused to divulge the names of schools that have been issued the notice.

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