ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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Part-Time Teachers in Karnataka

objectives has been achieved, nor are they likely to be achieved. The only achievement has been to divide college teachers into two castes those in degree colleges and those in junior collegeswith different emoluments and different working conditions even while working in the same premises. This has led to a steep deterioration in working conditions in colleges. Since the professed objectives of the 10+2+3 scheme are not being reached, surely the time has come for a serious reconsideration of the basic pattern itself. But of that there is no indication at all.

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