No fair­ness in the im­ple­men­ta­tion of Med­i­cal Coun­cil Law; in­flu­ence used

Fe­male teach­ers said abuse ex­emp­tions

Arab Times - - LOCAL -

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 10: The im­ple­men­ta­tion of Med­i­cal Coun­cil Law that re­duces the rate of work for care­givers of hand­i­capped peo­ple and chil­dren and em­ploy­ees who are still in the pe­riod of ma­ter­nity has been dis­rupt­ing the ac­tiv­i­ties of schools due to the fact that many staff have been us­ing in­flu­ence, and there is no fair­ness in the im­ple­men­ta­tion of law to the ex­tent that all fe­male teach­ers in a cer­tain de­part­ment have been un­duly en­joy­ing the priv­i­lege, re­ports Al-Rai daily.

The daily quot­ing a source af­firmed the im­por­tance of clar­i­fy­ing from Civil Ser­vice Com­mis­sion (CSC) needs about le­gal cal­cu­la­tion of the hours of ex­emp­tion al­lowed by the Min­istry of Ed­u­ca­tion (two hours for the Med­i­cal Coun­cil, hand­i­cap wel­fare, ma­ter­nity and child care). He ex­plained the tech­ni­cal na­ture of fe­male teach­ers’ job in their schools is dif­fer­ent from those of other em­ploy­ees. He stressed that law must spell out the num­ber of lessons that should be taught in 45 min­utes to re­duce the rate of short­age of teach­ers.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Kuwait

© PressReader. All rights reserved.