LAHORE: Punjab teachers have condemned the government’s move to assign non-academic duties to school teachers, it came to light on Friday.
In a press release, Punjab Teachers Union (PTU) leaders Chaudhry Haider and others observed that COVID-19 caused irreparable damage to students and now that the schools had reopened, the provincial government had reprimanded the school teachers. Ordered to assign duties to complete the survey. Online entry of data related to Benazir Income Support Program (BISP) and ACR of employees.
PTU members said that thousands of posts of school teachers were already vacant while they were being kept busy in non-academic duties.
He demanded that the government allow teachers to serve students who have already suffered great academic losses due to the long closure of educational institutions.