Owing to great dearth of teaching staff particularly at Higher Secondary and College levels valuable services of these fresh post-graduates are hired to impart quality education to our youth for one academic session which starts in March and ends in December. Next year the same procedure is followed. There was a time when fresh post-graduates from Kashmir University or Jammu University or any other renowned university outside J & K used to teach in our schools and colleges with youthful vigour and scholarly knowledge but now due to fast mushrooming of universities there has been rapid decline of competence. There are some universities which are churning out PGs Coming with 90-95% marks in the concerned subject, they leave behind in merit all NET , SET and Ph.D. holders of renowned universities. To check the inflow of such PGs in our schools and colleges there must be a screening test.
Latif Ahmad Nanda
Lecturer In English
Govt. HSS Nanil Anantnag.
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