The Central government also conducted two studies on teacher's attendance in schools in 2006 and 2013 respectively. As per these two studies the overall attendance of teachers improved from 81.7% to 84.3% at primary level and from 80.5% to 81.3% at upper primary level.
According to the study conducted by government in 2013, the main reasons behind teacher's absenteeism from schools were illness of a family member, health reason of teacher, long distance between teacher's residence and school, lack of transport suited to school timing, engagement in other economic activities such as agriculture, business, private tuition etc., posting in a school not of teacher's liking, participation in other political and social activities etc.
- maintain regularity and punctuality in attending school
- complete entire curriculum within specified time
The Central Government has taken certain measures to improve teacher's attendance in government schools. These measures include monitoring teachers' attendance through School Management Committees/School Management Development Committees/Block Resource Centres/Clusters Resource Centres and encouraging States and UTs to use digital technology like installation of Bio-metric attendance system in schools.
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