70% of BMC schools have no headmaster

Several secondary schools managed by BMC do not have a headmaster, the Maharashtra Shikshak Parishad, a teachers' body, has alleged. According to the Parishad, 105 of BMC's 143 secondary schools only have a senior teacher to carry out a headmaster's responsibility. "We got complaints from schools and took it up with education minister Vinod Tawde," said Anil Bornare, Mumbai representative of the Parishad.

70% of BMC schools have no headmaster

 

BMC education officer Sambhavi Jogi said some vernacular medium schools do not have minimum strength of 150 students required for a headmaster to be appointed. "In other cases, the position is reserved for persons of 'reserved' category for which we do not find suitable candidates," she said.

Source: TOI

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