Shortage of teaching staff hits education system in J-K's Ramban

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Government-run schools in Jammu and Kashmir’s Ramban district face an acute shortage of teaching staff as 586 posts of principals, lecturers, headteachers, and teachers are vacant out of a sanctioned strength of 2,073. In addition, two school buildings have been declared unsafe. Schools in the district reopened last month after a long break due to the coronavirus-induced lockdown and the winter vacation, and there have been frequent protests by parents and students for adequate teaching staff and better infrastructure.

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