Prime Time Zone, Telangana Bureau: Contract lecturers who have not looked at transfers for more than a decade are not getting salvation even in Swarashtra for expectations. About four thousand contract lecturers across the state have been waiting for transfers for thirteen years. Although the regulations say that a government employee should work in one place for a minimum of one-third and a maximum of one-third. Transfers or contract lecturers are in trouble even once in thirteen quarters. Performing duties in colleges hundreds of kilometers away from home districts is causing many difficulties. No one is solving the problem even if it is brought to the attention of governments thousands of times.
There are vacancies within 25-30 km in the own areas of teachers seeking transfers. The contract lecturers’ unions allege that the government has not responded to the issue in several transfers between 2011 and 2019. Many reports say that it is illegal for an employee to work in the same place for many years and that it will have an impact on the teaching of students and the management of colleges. The State Board of Educational Research has made it clear that students lack innovation because of the same educational approach.
Of the 404 government junior colleges in the state, 3,728 contract lecturers are awaiting transfers. Contract lecturers who are recruited at the zonal level are facing various difficulties as they are not given the opportunity to transfer back. Some of the contract lecturers have been working alone for 13 years away from their families. There is concern that those who are employed, including some children, may face zonal problems in the future. Salaries, vacations, and opportunities for employees working in the same place vary. Struggling for many years to be able to face all of this. Chief Minister KCR also suggested that transfers should be made on November 15, 2020. Still not seen enforced though. Contract lecturers are concerned that even if there is no burden on the government, the authorities do not know why the transfer process was not carried out as ordered by the CM.
Claims in the name of contract: M. Rajita, MLT Lecturer, Asifabad
Our Warangal is the home district center. Hanmakonda Junior College is just three kilometers from our house. But now the college I am on duty is 350 kilometers. I have been working in Asifabad District Kautala Vocational College for eleven years. Everyone knows how difficult it can be to work the innards away from family. There are thousands of women teachers working like me in the state.
Transfers should be made to: Chandrasekhar, Telugu faculty, Nizamabad
In 2012, the government made the transfers through an illegal circular. As part of that I was brought here. I have been away from home since I was about nine. I am currently working as a Telugu teacher in ‘Gattu’ Government College in Gadwala district. I have no men of my own to care if I get into any trouble. Our house is 360 kilometers from here. Reaching new positions from next June will bring relief.
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