Taleem Bachao Action Committee demands DPC for Karachi teachers


The leaders of the Taleem Bachao Action Committee consisting of 16 state-run school teachers’ associations expressed concerns over the Departmental Promotion Committee (DPC) saying that some of the bureaucrats of the Sindh Education and Literacy Department have created numerous challenges for Karachi region’s teachers to get promotions.

In a statement issued on Thursday, the TBAC convener Aneesur Rehman said that some of those offices wanted to transfer people from other districts of the province to dominate the education sector and make teachers of the Karachi region their subordinates.

It further read: “The United Teachers Welfare Association—a Karachi based teachers’ organization has been pointing out these issues for the last several years, but conspiratorial elements have been appointing people from other districts to hold key positions particularly the administrative posts that have an impact on policy-making.

Unfortunately, our public schools are far behind in terms of quality, but bureaucracy is involved in accommodating officers and teachers on the basis of likes and dislikes. They have no concerns about uplifting education in the city and province.

The leaders demanded the Chief Minister Sindh, Chief Secretary, Education Minister and Education Secretary to address this issue and investigate that why the seniority list is not being prepared on a district basis in Karachi. “We demand that the seniority list and promotions of teachers in Karachi region should be done on time. We are also the citizen of Pakistan and have equal rights like the people of other districts of Sindh”.

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