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Out of more than 150 aided boys secondary schools in Sangamnagari Prayagraj, 21 have more teachers than required. The special thing is that most of the schools where teachers are surplus are in urban areas. On the instructions of Director of Secondary Education Dr. Mahendra Dev, when the calculation was done in proportion to the number of students, surplus teachers were found in 21 schools. Now, to accommodate them in other schools, the report has been sent to the Directorate of Education by District School Inspector PN Singh.

According to the report, maximum 13 teachers are surplus in KP Jaiswal Inter College. Allahabad Inter College has 12 teachers more than required. Ten teachers have been marked surplus in Yamunapar’s Lal Ram Aggarwal Inter College, Sirsa. There are eight surplus teachers in CAV Inter College and six teachers in Saraswati Devi Parmanand Sinha Inter College Saraswatipur. Gandhi Inter College, Patelnagar Jhunsi, Ishwar Sharan Inter College and Madan Mohan Malviya Inter College, Karchana have five more teachers each.

Four each in KP Inter College, Boys Inter College Chhivki and Rishikul Higher Secondary School, Sarvarya Mahavidyalaya Inter College, Maharishi Valmiki Inter College Nyayipur, Rajarshi Purushottam Das Tandon Inter College Maheva and Sitaram Singh Inter College Babuganj, three each in Saryu Prasad Singh. Inter College Amipur, Agrasen Inter College Lukerganj, Shri Ranjit Pandit Inter College Naini and Dr. Kailashnath Katju ITER College have two teachers each while Sharda Devi Incollege Naudia Tarhar and Kulbashkar Ashram Inco have one teacher surplus.

Government Inter College also has surplus of 19 teachers
There is a surplus of 19 teachers in the only Government Inter College among 35 government secondary schools in the district. There is a shortage of teachers in schools in rural areas, while the number of teachers in the district headquarters is more than required due to recommendations. There is no rule of surplus in minority schools.

The committee headed by JD will make adjustments
In the mandate issued by the Director of Secondary Education on January 10, a committee has been constituted under the chairmanship of the Divisional Joint Director of Education for adjustment of surplus teachers. Divisional Deputy Education Director and District School Inspector have been nominated as members.