SRINAGAR, May 16:The Jammu and Kashmir High Court has directed the state government to constitute a panel which would look into the degrees issued by the unrecognized study centers. The direction came yesterday when the High Court in order to check the ability of a teacher made him to write a brief exam in the court which he failed.
The Court made this direction after a candidate with the marks certificates showing highest marks in Urdu in Matric has failed to write a script on cow which he failed. A bench of Justice Muzaffar Hussain Attar was hearing a petition challenging appointment of Mohammad Imran Khan as Rehbar-e-Taleem (education guide) teacher in a school in south Kashmir in which the petitioner had alleged that the certificates issued by Khan were not recognised.
The court asked a senior counsel to give a simple line for translation from English into Urdu and vice-versa which the teacher failed to do. The court then asked him to write an essay on cow in Urdu or English which he is required to teach at the primary and middle level which he failed to write and sought the permission to write essay outside the court room but he failed. Then he said that he is good in Mathematics and can solve problems. The court asked another counsel to frame some questions of standard IV which he failed to solve.
The Court observed that what would be the fate of the students in the hands of such teachers and directed the government to constitute a panel which would look into the degrees issued by such unrecognised institutes.
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