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JAMMU: A deputation of J&K Private Schools Association (PSA), Jammu, called on Anuradha Gupta, Director School Education (DSE) Jammu and discussed issues pertaining to the recognition / permission of private schools functioning up to Class 8th.
While discussing, the deputation said that although managements of the most of the schools functioning in Jammu and its adjoining areas have submitted files after fulfilling all norms and conditions but till date most of the private schools are deprived of recognition / permission/ extension.
Members present in the meeting urged the DSE to adopt the same criteria which was adopted by previous director in which 56 schools were granted recognition, permission and extension in a single order based on the pattern adopted by the JKBOSE to grant recognition, permission and extension to the schools functioning up to 10th and 12th Standard.
Ajay Gupta, General Secretary J&K PSA briefed that the mechanism which was earlier adopted for granting recognition / permission/ extension has saved all low budgeted schools from exploitation and blackmailing.
Director listened to the members patiently and promised to mitigate grievances of the schools whose cases for the recognition, permission and extension are pending up to class 8th as early as possible.
The deputation comprised of Ajay Singh, Laddi Sharma, R.K Koul, Vijay Gupta, Ramesh Gupta, Ram Kumar, Rajesh Malhotra and Vikram.
Meanwhile, a delegation of All J&K Plus 2 Lecturers’ Forum led by its State President, Deepak Sharma called on Director School Education Jammu, Anuradha Gupta and felicitated her on assuming the charge as New Director.
The delegation apprised and discussed with the DSEJ of the overall scenario of the department in general and problems concerning Plus 2 Community in particular.
The director gave a patient hearing to the delegation and was of the view that she will like to work with the Forum as a team. The Director School Education Jammu said that transparency and efficiency will be the main plank of her administration and there will be disposal of each and every file under rules in crystal clear manner.
The delegation comprised of Narinder Singh Jamwal, Charan Dass, Dr Sushma, Anil Sharma, R.S Salathia and Pardeep Singh.
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