Haryana Government has a plan to bring under its ambit 2262 teaching and non-teaching staff members of 204 government aided private schools and post them in Government schools.
This was stated by Haryana Chief Parliamentary Secretary, Education, Rao Dan Singh.
He said that a proposal to this effect has been forwarded to Chief Minister, Mr Bhupinder Singh Hooda and he would discuss the issue with Mr Hooda. He said that as a result of absorption of these staff members under Haryana School Education Rules, 2012, the State exchequer would have to bear an additional burden of about Rs 120 crore. This would benefit 1616 Post Graduate Teachers, Trained Graduate Teachers and C and V teachers, 305 Junior Basic Training teachers and 701 non-teaching staff members.
He said that the schools to be covered in this proposal included 34 in district Ambala, seven in district Bhiwani, five in district Faridabad, eight in Gurgaon, 14 in Hisar, four in Jhajjar, eight in Jind, three in Kaithal, 13 each in Karnal and Kurukshetra, three each in Mahendergarh and Mewat, two in Palwal, five in Panchkula, seven in Panipat, six in Rewari, 18 in Rohtak, nine in Sirsa, 19 in Sonepat and 23 in district Yamunanagar.
He said that soon after the approval of the proposal, these schools would be de-aided and the management of these schools would have to run these schools as non-aided schools for next 33 years under their statutory obligations. The State Government is considering the proposals sent by management committees of various schools.