‘Exempt teachers from uploading info on apps’
Leaders of the Andhra Pradesh United Teachers’ Federation on Wednesday met Education Minister Adimulapu Suresh and appealed to him to exempt teachers from the duty of uploading info on the a number of apps launched by the college training authorities.
Federation’s State president N. Venkateswarlu, common secretary K.S.S. Prasad and Krishna-Guntur Graduate constituency MLC K.N. Lakshman Rao drew the Minister’s consideration to the issues being confronted by faculty headmasters, particularly these posted within the rural and company areas, in uploading info utilizing totally different apps as a consequence of community drawback or inadequate capability of the servers.
‘No time for teaching’
“The uploading process takes long, leaving a little time for teaching. The situation is even worse in the schools being run by single teachers,” identified Mr. Venkateswarlu.
The federation members requested the Minister to alleviate the teachers from the duties of uploading info and instructed that the welfare assistants working within the training wing of village secretariats might be utilised for the aim or another different might be explored.
The UTF leaders additionally knowledgeable the Minister about their plans to stage an indication on April 12.
The federation members informed the media that the Minister had promised to oragnise a workshop with the officers of the Education Department earlier than April 12 and tackle their issues.
“If the authorities fail to address our issues, we will stage a protest on April 12,” stated Mr. Prasad.