LUCKNOW: Acting tough against errant teachers, Uttar Pradesh basic education department has issued orders stopping the salary of 1,028 principals in Amethi district for failing to achieve cent per cent Aadhaar enrolment and Aadhaar authentication of students.
In a November 11 order, Amethi’s basic shiksha adhikari Sangita Singh stated that during review, it was found that in 1,028 schools, the Aadhaar enrolment and authentication was below 95%, which is unacceptable. “We are just following departmental instructions. And it’s happening in all districts where 100% compliance is not done,” Singh told TOI.
According to the order which has gone viral on social media, Aadhaar enrolment and Aadhar authentication of students on Prerna portal is one of the highest priorities of the state government and is among the 100-day action plan of Yogi 2.0. The BSA further stated that the director general school education (DGSE) had set July 5 as the deadline for achieving 100% Aadhaar enrolment and Aadhar authentication of students.
In her order, the BSA said that the status of Aadhaar enrolment is being continuously done at government level, and the report shows an unsatisfactory performance of most blocks in Amethi.
“Despite repeated reminders, the performance in 1,028 schools is below 95%, which is unacceptable and indicates laxity,” the order said.
Warning the principals, the BSA has set November 17 as the deadline to achieve 100% Aadhaar authentication of children enrolled in their schools, failing which strict disciplinary action will be taken against them.

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