Black bands are being worn by the teachers in Jharkhand while attending schools to protest the government's move to make them conduct census operations, a teachers' union official reported recently. A circular issued by the state human resources development (HRD) last week asked teachers to work in their schools for three hours and engage in census work for the other three hours. The teachers are attending schools from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. and after that are engaged in the census work.
One of the Jharkhand Teachers Association mentioned that alternative arrangements should be made by Government for such work and teachers should be spared of the same.
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