As per the report proposed to the Ministry of Human Resource Development i.e. HRD, at least 200 Kendriya Vidyalas and 125 Navodaya Vidyalaya crosswise the country have no principals. According to this report also highlights the lack of over 10000 teaches comprising those for primary classes in KVs. The revelation comes adjacent to the backdrop of demands from aspiring teachers and education stakeholders for filling up unoccupied positions in numerous institutions comprising the high-status IITs and central universities like the DU.
As per the annual report of the year 2-015-16 put forward by the Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan which directs operations of the KVs crosswise the country out of sum 1081 posts for principal’s, 200 of them are unfilled at the same time as place of vice principals is empty in 113 schools.. the report pointed that ‘10039 teaching posts comprising PGTs, TGTs and PRT’s are also vacant in Kendriya Vidyalaya in addition 14144 non-teaching posts ‘.
Currently, 1142 Vidayalas are functioning beneath the KVS comprising three abroad Kathmandu in Nepal, Tehran in Iran and Moscow in Russia, with an objective to supply to the educational requirements of children of transferable central government officials comprising defense and paramilitary personnel by offering a general program of education.
Prior month, the union cabinet approved setting up of 50 new Kendriya Vidayalas and formation of 650 regular posts to tender high-quality education to approximately 50000 students. Similar faculty storage has been pointed out in the annual report of the Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti which administers functioning of the Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya i.e. JNVs in the country. JNVs are government-funded residential schools position up in each region of the country for gifted students.
As per the annual report, it is alleged that ‘out of 589 authorized posts of principles in JNV 125 are unoccupied at the same time as 53 schools do not have vice principals. A sum of 2023 teaching posts and 1734 nonteaching posts are also lying vacant in JNvs crosswise the country’. Together KVs and JNVs pursue the curriculum of the Central Board of Secondary Education i.e. CBSE