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    The Shadnagar constituency is facing a severe shortage of teachers in its rural schools. This has led to school closures and is negatively impacting students’ education. Many government teachers in the area have been commuting from Hyderabad to teach in these schools. However, more and more teachers are choosing to work in suburban schools instead, which has worsened the shortage of teachers in rural areas.

    This shortage is especially noticeable in Farooqnagar, Keshampet, Kondurgu, Chaudharyguda, Nandigama, and Kothur. In these areas, a large number of teachers have shifted their focus to urban schools, leaving rural schools without enough subject teachers. As a result, parents are enrolling their children elsewhere because the syllabuses are incomplete and the teachers are often absent.

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    Around 50 teachers have been strategically placed in city outskirts schools on deputation. While they fulfill their duties in urban schools, their salaries are tied to the rural schools they were originally assigned to. This has caused unrest among parents and students.

    The Mandal Education Officer of Farooq Nagar, Shankarrathode, justified the movement of teachers by explaining that it was ordered by superiors due to low student numbers in rural schools. However, this explanation does not provide much comfort to the students who are left without proper education in closed schools. One concerned parent, Sivakumar, shared the situation at Thanda school, saying, “No teacher is coming to our school. The education authorities appointed another teacher. But because that teacher did not attend school regularly, our children did not attend school. In this order, our Thanda school was closed.”

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    There is a growing demand for intervention from the education department to ensure that teachers fulfill their responsibilities in government schools.

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