Bidar: An order has been issued suspending 16 teachers for alleged irregularities in the SSLC examination held on April, March 6.
Deputy Commissioner Govinda Reddy and Superintendent of Police Channabasavanna SL visited the examination center of Shivaji High School in Bhalki taluk headquarters on April 6 following complaints from the public about irregularities in the SSLC examination slated to be held since March 31.
In the room of the examination center, the supervisor was seen giving the answers to the questions of the exam question paper to the candidates appearing for the exam. When contacted, the staff of Shivaji High School Bhalki said that this kind of examinations have been going on since the beginning.
In view of this, the Deputy Commissioner has instructed the Deputy Director of School Education and disciplinary authorities to take appropriate action against the concerned examination center staff by attaching copies of the list of staff concerned of the examination center and the answer sheets of the question paper which are promoting irregularities in the examination.
Balaji Kamble, a teacher of various government schools in Bhalki, who did not follow the examination rules and did not maintain the sanctity of the examination, behaved irresponsibly and behaved irresponsibly. Maruthi Rathod Co-Teacher Government High School Kakanala, Shivakumar Biradar Assistant Teacher Government High School Masimada, Bhimrao Co-Teacher Government High School Sayagaon, Book of Inquiry under Rule 10(1)(d) of Karnataka Civil Services Rules, 1957 and suspended from service. The order was issued by Salim Pasha, deputy director of school education (administration) and disciplinary authority.
Similarly, teachers of a private aided school in Bhalki like Dinesh Dhamake and Uttam Biradar, teachers of Shivaji High School, Bhalki, Sheshappa, Adaveppa L, Kamalakar P, Dattatri S of Buddhapriya High School, Madakatti in Bhalki taluk and Anil Kumar Gaikwad, headmaster of Rajiv Gandhi High School, Bhalki, have been suspended with immediate effect and disciplinary action has been issued to the head of the institute. In case of failure to take action, action will be initiated under Section 39 of the Karnataka Education Act, 1983, the Deputy Director of Public Instruction said in a release.