Biometric time and attendance systems to monitor teachers’ attendance at state colleges
Biometric time and attendance systems designed to provide irrefutable proof of attendance are set to be installed across all the colleges in the Indian state of Uttarakhand as a means to ensure teacher’s attendance, a recent news report in the local media was able to reveal.
The Uttarakhand High Court on Wednesday ordered the state government to install biometric time and attendance systems in all the 70 degree colleges in order to ensure that teachers spend the requisite time in colleges, those preserving the quality of the education process.
The principal secretary in the department of higher education has been instructed to install the biometric time and attendance systems in all degree colleges, government as well as private ones, to mark the presence of teachers. Teachers should attend college at least for 180 days in each academic session.
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