Yogi Adityanath’s step to check faculty’s regularity in schools: Paste pictures of teachers on walls

Shubhang Chauhan
This decision was taken by the chief minister of UP himself on Sunday, in Gorakhpur. He has shown concern over the deteriorating standards of primary and junior high schools of UP.

Lucknow, May 1:  To improve the education quality and check attendance, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath wants pictures of teachers to be put up on school walls in government schools. By this method, a cross check will be done by students who will notify the attendance of faculty members.

This decision was taken by the chief minister of UP himself on Sunday, in Gorakhpur. He has shown concern over the deteriorating standards of primary and junior high schools of UP. The 44-year-old said that his team would conduct surprise inspections. Also, his team would inquire from students about teachers attendance and their teachings.

As per the 21st CM of UP, many teachers use proxy attendance and those using this route draw heavy salaries without doing any sort of work. Adityanath was determined to ensure that the standard of education in the state-run schools improved even if it meant taking out-of-the-box steps or tough measures. Also Read: UP Board 10th and 12th Results 2017 to be delayed this year, reports

Yogi Adityanath allowed distribution of thousands of school bags with images of the previous CM of UP Akhilesh Yadav. According to a report on NDTV, the UP CM did not want to waste the money of public for political ego. More than 30,000 such school bags were printed before Akhilesh Yadav had to leave his CM post.