Kochi: The Kerala Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) School Managements Association is planning to present its case to the state government which has proposed to constitute a salary -determining authority for the unaided recognised schools in the state.
Mr T.P.M. Ibrahim Khan, president of the association, in a letter to the government said that when an authority for fixing the salary and allowances of the teaching and non-teaching staff of the unaided schools is formed, the status of the schools also should be considered.
"The salary structure of the teaching and non-teaching staff of the unaidded schools should be commensurate with the fees collected at every institution," he said.
"There must be a clear demarcation between urban schools, semi-urban schools and rural schools, which are functioning under different conditions. The financial capacity of the parents in these different structures differs," Mr. Ibrahim Khan pointed out.
"While fixing the salary scale, reference should be made to the salary fixed by the government for unaided recognised schools as per the Kerala Education Rules," he added.
Mr. Khan also said that during the discussion about the proposal, the representatives of the management association should be allowed to submit their grievances....