Teacher Service Commission Syllabus

Teacher Service Commission (TSC) Update The Teacher Service Commission has released a new syllabus. New syllabi have been updated at primary, lower secondary, and secondary levels by the Teacher Service Commission.

A Teacher Service Commission has been established to advise on the permanent appointment and promotion of community school teachers, grant teachers the necessary teaching licenses, and advise the government on the facilities and conditions for teacher service.

The National Teacher Service Commission has established in 2056 thanks to the Sixth Amendment to the Education Act of 2028, which the High-Level National Education Commission recommended in 2055.
The Teacher Service Commission was established by the seventh amendment to the Education Act, 2028 BS, in 2078 Magh 25.

Primary Level Syllabus: Teacher Service Commission Syllabus

Pra Bi Taha Syllabus collections for the primary level. The following is the Teacher Service Commission Shikshak Sewa Aayog Prathamik Taha Pathyakram. To access the complete syllabus, click the icon below.

 
 

Lower Secondary Level Syllabus

 

According to Shikshak Sewa Aayog – The Sixth Amendment to the Education Act 2028, community school teachers should be appointed permanently and promoted. Teachers should also be given the necessary teaching permits, and the government should be advised of the terms and conditions of their employment. 

A committee was established. 

On BS 2058/10/25, the Education Act, 2028’s 7th Amendment was then passed, creating the Teacher Services Commission.

 

The history of TSC formation & its Background

Although Nepal’s school system was established many years ago, with the inauguration of democracy in 2007 BS, the door to its expansion was opened to all citizens of the nation. 

The developmental and guiding pillars of children’s holistic development are their teachers. Teachers in primary education schools are in charge of educating the country’s future productive youth. Children of today are the backbone of the country and its future creators. Their primary education should be of the same caliber as that of the school’s instructors. To deliver high-quality education, it is therefore essential to choose teachers who are qualified, capable, inclined toward teaching, unbiased, and skilled in their field. The guaranteeing of teachers’ comfort and conditions was first included in the National Education System Scheme, 2028–2022. 

The District Education Service Commission initially made plans for permanent teacher appointments, followed by the District Education Committee, the selection committee, the district teacher selection committee, and the regional teacher selection committee. Instead of impartiality, freedom from bias, and independence from politics in the selection of the teachers at the time, the rules and regulations established by the act amending the Education Act continued to serve the interests of the few parties and the general public. It has been an unbelievable act of fairness to allow advertising at any time but not to publish until the end of the year.

The school search school board recommended that the criteria not be used in the publication of the results, but arrangements were made for the person receiving the appointment to be appointed despite the publication of the results. 

A clear understanding of the rules and regulations and appointments was lacking in some situations, such as when a teacher’s appointment was devalued by a concerned body. 

The selection of qualified teachers was similarly hampered by issues with the appointment and recruitment of teachers in the current district as well as other academic subjects of the school, including the management of the institution and the delivery of instruction and reading activities. These issues resulted from district education officers being involved in the dispute as a result of strong political and local pressures.

The government hopes to eliminate the distortions, inconsistencies, and various challenges in the field of teacher selection in schools by establishing an independent and impartial commission comprised of professional institutions of teachers, political parties, civil society, and intellectuals for the selection of qualified teachers in school education.

 

Introduction 

The high-level National Education Commission 2055 recommended the sixth amendment to the Education Act of 2028 in order to recommend the permanent appointment and promotion of community school teachers, issue the necessary teaching licenses for teachers, and make suggestions to the government on conditions and facilities for teacher service. 

The formation of the Service Commission. Following that, the Education Act, of 2028 BS’ seventh amendment created the Teacher Service Commission.

 

Background of Commission Formation, Section 1.2

 

Despite the fact that Nepal’s educational system has been in place for a while. 

Since the country’s democratic transition in 2007, all citizens have had access to the advancement of school education. 

Teachers are the cornerstone of formal education and the compass for children’s holistic development. 

Teachers in schools provide children with their primary education because they are the future architects of the country. 

The foundation and future of the country will be built by today’s youth. 

Their elementary education should be of the caliber taught by the school personnel. 

Therefore, it is important to choose educators who are capable of delivering high-quality, standardized education and who are qualified, qualified, impartial, efficient, and talented.

 

A plan has been put in place as part of the National Education System Plan, 2028-2032, to guarantee the facilities and service conditions for the teachers. 

Permanent teachers have been chosen initially by the District Education Service Commission, followed by the Selection Committee under the District Education Committee, the District Teacher Selection Committee, and the Regional Teacher Selection Committee.

 

The work of amending the Education Act, rules, and regulations for the benefit of specific parties and individuals continued during the selection of teachers at that time, instead of being impartial, independent, and free from politics. 

Even though there is a guarantee of fairness, there will eventually be advertisements, but the results won’t be released until the rainy season. It was claimed that no universal standards were used in the results’ publication. The appointment of teachers by the relevant bodies lacked clarity, as did the understanding of the rules and regulations.

 

Additionally, the then-District Education Officers did not participate in the school’s management, reading programs, teacher recruitment, or enrollment processes. 

Existed. considering the requirement for an impartial and independent commission to choose qualified teachers for school settings from professional teacher organizations, political parties, the general public, and intellectuals. Commission for Teacher Services is created.

 

1.3) The Commission’s goals

 

In accordance with the positions approved by the government in the community schools, a Teacher Service Commission has been established, according to Article 11b of the Education Act, 2028 (Eighth Amendment 2062), to make recommendations for the appointment of teachers to vacant teacher posts and the promotion of those teachers once they have been appointed to them. 

According to clause “D,” a candidate for the position of teacher must possess a teaching license, which will be issued by the Teacher Service Commission.

 

The Commission’s organizational structure and area of responsibility

 

2.1) The Commission’s organizational structure

 

The Education Act’s seventh amendment calls for the creation of a three-person commission, consisting of a chairperson and two other members. According to the Education Act,  the Public Service Commission officials will be appointed by the Government of Nepal for a five-year term based on the recommendations of a three-member committee that includes the Secretary of the Ministry of Education and the Vice-Chancellor of Tribhuvan University. The committee will be chaired by the Chairman of the Public Service Commission.

 

2.2) Meeting procedures and the Commission’s duties, functions, and powers

The working procedure for Commission meetings is outlined in Rule 3 of Paragraph 2 of the Teachers Service Commission Rules, 2057 (with amendments), and Paragraph 2 of the same rules, Rule 4, specifies the Commission’s responsibilities and authority.

 

Procedure for the Commission meeting in (A)

1) The Commission meeting will take place as needed.

2) The Chairperson shall fix the time, date, and location of the Commission’s meeting

3) The Chairperson of the Commission will preside over the Commission meeting; in the event of the Chairperson’s absence, one of the other members present will preside over the meeting.

4) The quorum for a Commission meeting is considered to have been met if there are more than fifty percent of the Commission’s total members present.

5) In the Commission meeting, the vote of the majority shall be considered valid. If there is a tie in the number of votes, the meeting chairperson may exercise the casting vote.

6) The person in charge of the Commission meeting must certify the outcome of the decision-making process.

7) The working format for the Commission’s meetings will be decided by the Commission itself.

8) The Commission’s responsibilities, powers, and functions

 

Will the commission’s tasks, responsibilities, and authority be as follows?

1) To suggest teachers for permanent appointments and promotions

2) After the required procedures have been completed, to grant teaching licenses to those who wish to teach in the school.

3) To choose the exam’s syllabus and complete the necessary work for the exam, which is required to obtain a teaching license.

4) To make recommendations to the Ministry regarding the facilities, services, and conditions provided to teachers.

5) To choose the exam’s syllabus, as well as to carry out other exam-related tasks, in order to appoint and promote teachers.

6) To look into and inspect any work that needs to be done by the Commission in order to comply with the Act or these regulations.

 

2.3) The Secretariat of the Commission’s organizational structure and personnel allocation

The Education Act of 2028 BS’s Article 11(e) specifies that the Commission shall have a separate secretariat. 

A plan has been made for the Gazetted First Class, Education Service (Pvt.) (Joint Secretary) to serve as the secretariat’s administrative leader. 

Under the Secretariat of the Teacher Service Commission, there is a central office called the Teacher Service Commission. 

A total of 34 employees, including 7 Deputy Secretaries of the Education Service, 1 Accounts Group, 8 Deputy Secretaries, 8 Section Officers, and 18 others, work under the direction of the Administrative Head (Joint Secretary of Education Service).

 

The commission’s work will be managed by eight branches. 

These divisions are the

1) Written Examination Operations Division,

2) Promotion Division, and

3) Interview and Recommendation Division. 

4) Research, Statistics, Curriculum, Advertising, and Capacity Development Branch 

Branch of Financial Administration 

Branch for the Creation and Modification of Question Papers 

Branch for Planning, Administration, and Monitoring 

There are various license branches for teachers.

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Teachers Service Commission contact info (TSC)

Nepal’s Sanothimi, Bhaktapur

Phone: +977-1-6637873, +977-1-6638151

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