As said, this would help bring the marginalised community work along with mainstream.
"We have been thinking of this for a while as education is very important in creating a much open and benevolent society. So change should begin from schools. The decision has been made after having a lot of discussions and research," Ramdas Kadirur, AKSFSF president said in recent TOI report.
Ramadas also said that the association would give one day paid leave to female teachers during their menstrual periods. "As two lakh of the total workforce in unaided schools are teachers, it will be of great help to them. It will be implemented from this month."
"We are also planning to start a foundation course for admissions to the Indian Institute of Technology from Class 5. Classes will begin on October 1 in 100 select schools. One period per day will be used for the purpose," Ramadas added.
1. Bachelor of education (BEd)
2. Teachers Training Course (TTC)
3. Nursery training course will be offered jobs
"Transgender individuals would get priority whenever there is a vacancy in a local school. Vacancies would be created if the individuals are qualified," The Hindu said.