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Saturday, 06 September 2008

In a new move to decentralise appointments to private secondary schools and colleges, educationists will have a say over who represents the government on appointment boards.

Principals of 19 government colleges are to select the representative from the Directorate of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education to the appointment boards formed for teachers and employees of private colleges as well as alim and fazil madrasas.
Of the 19 principals, the principal of Dhaka College will select the DSHSE representative for six districts under Dhaka division.
For school appointees, the office of the district education officer of the concerned areas will now have a say on the DSHSE representative to the appointment board.
Acting director general of the DSHSE, Prof Khan Habibur Rahman told Thursday: "The decision has been taken to reduce upsets regarding appointment and to decentralise power."
He said that the new decision would come into effect on Sept 15. A circular in this connection was issued Wednesday.
The acting DSHSE chief said that the 19 principals of government colleges have been called to Dhaka on Sept 13 to take over their responsibilities.

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