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1600 Non local teachers to be repatriated in four working days
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1600 Non local teachers to be repatriated in four working days

More progress in implementation of GO 610

Hyderabad, September 14, 2007

The officials informed the House Committee monitoring on implementation of GO 610 that met on Friday said that nearly 1600 non local teachers will be repatriated within four working days to their native places from Telangana region. Out of the 1949 non local teachers identified so far by the School Education Department, 263 teachers opted to move out of the region and the officials cancelled 32 deputations recently. The rest of the teachers will be repatriated.

According to sources, the non local teachers identified were recruited between 1999-2003 and the department is yet to gather information about the appointment of non locals recruited prior to 1999. The House Committee recommended the Government to implement the spirit of the GO in Board of Intermediate Education, in all universities and in the colleges taken over by the government.

When the officials informed the members that the GO could not be implemented in Board of Intermediate Education, aided schools and in universities, the committee Chairman N Uttam Kumar Reddy overruled it and recommended to the Government to bring Board of Intermediate Education and universities under the purview of the GO 610. The TRS member T Harish Rao alleged that the government failed to place the information on the Internet about the information of non local employees. The opposition parties including BJP, CPI and CPM expressed displeasure over the outcome of the meeting.

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