Govt Teachers to Not be Given Non-teaching Duties Except Covid-19 Work, Elections: Rajasthan Minister

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Education Minister Govind Singh Dotasara mentioned there have been some cases the place academics have been deputed for guaranteeing social distancing in weddings, managing MGNREGA work, and many others.

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  • Last Updated: June 5, 2020, 11:53 PM IST

Amid reviews of presidency academics in Rajasthan being deputed for guaranteeing social distancing in weddings and counting stray animals, the state authorities on Friday introduced they won’t be given any non-teaching assignments, besides COVID-19-related work and election duties.

Education Minister Govind Singh Dotasara mentioned there have been some cases the place academics have been deputed for guaranteeing social distancing in weddings, managing MGNREGA work, counting of stray animals, spreading public consciousness about locust assault and preparations of amusement for migrants in quarantine centres.

“Some cases came to light in which teachers were deputed to non-teaching duty at some places. Looking at that, it was directed that the teachers should not be deputed to non-teaching duty other than the works related with COVID 19 and election,” the minister mentioned.



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