Introduction of Teachers Service Commission (TSC) - Shikshak Sewa Aayog (शिक्षक सेवा आयोग)
The Sixth Amendment to the Education Act 2028, in line with the Sixth Amendment to the Education Act 2028, recommended the permanent appointment and promotion of community school teachers, to provide necessary teaching permits for teachers, and to suggest to the government on the terms and conditions of teachers' service. A commission was formed. Then the Teacher Services Commission was formed by the 7th Amendment to the Education Act, 2028 on BS 2058/10/25.
Background of TSC Formation
Although the beginning of school education in Nepal was long ago, with the advent of democracy in 2007 BS, the door to the development of school education was opened to access all the people in the country. Teachers are the guiding and developmental pillars of children's holistic development. The future productive children of the nation are received by the teachers of primary education schools. Today's children are the future makers of the country and the backbone of the nation. Their primary education should be the quality that the teachers of the school receive. Therefore, it is necessary to select competent, competent, inclined towards teaching, unbiased, skilled and talented and capable teachers in their profession to provide qualitative and quality education.
The National Education System Scheme, 2028/2032, introduced the provision of guaranteeing the condition and convenience of teachers. Initially, there have been arrangements for making permanent appointments for the teachers by various names and forms under the District Education Service Commission, then the District Education Committee, the selection committee, the district teacher selection committee and the regional teacher selection committee. In the process of the selection of the then teachers, the act of amending the Education Act, rules and regulations were being continued to fulfill the interests of the limited parties and the people, rather than impartiality, free and independent of politics. Advertising at any time, but not published until the end of the year, has been an unbelievable state of fairness.
Arrangements were made for the person receiving the appointment from the school search school board to be appointed, despite the publication of the results, recommending that the criteria not be used in the publication of the results. Some difficulties, such as devaluing a teacher's appointment with a concerned body, lacked a clear view of the rules and regulations and appointments. Similarly, the problems of appointment and recruitment of the teachers of the present district as well as other academic subjects of the school, including the management of the school and the teaching and reading activities, the results of district education officers being involved in the dispute, due to intense political and local pressures, obstructed the selection of qualified teachers.
In view of the need for an independent and impartial commission for the selection of qualified teachers in school education from the professional institutions of the teachers, political parties, civil society and intellectuals, the government hopes to remove the distortions, inconsistencies and various difficulties in the field of teacher selection in schools.