TSC to transfer education powers


21 10 2011

By BOLA NOHO

TEACHING Service Commission will transfer its powers and functions to the Department of Education and the Autonomous Region of Bougainville at the end of this week.
The caretaker chairman for teaching services commission (TSC), Jerry Kuhena announced early this week that the combined joint implementation group ( JIG) was currently in meeting in Bougainville.
He said they would discuss ways to transfer TSC powers and functions to the Department of Education (DoE) and the Autonomous Bougainville Government (ABG) education division. 
“This meeting is important because it will discuss the transfer of powers and functions of TSC and DoE to ABG Education Division,” said Mr Kuhena.
He said JIG comprised of senior officers of DoE, ABG Education Division and TSC.
The agenda items that JIG will discuss include implementation work schedules for training and work attachments to support the ABG Education Division’s human resources in order for them to perform their functions effectively and efficiently.
He also said they would discuss the policy on the implementation of powers and functions that would be developed. 
“This policy will provide directions to DoE, ABG Education Division and TSC on the implementation of powers and functions,” said Mr Kuhena.
He said the meeting would require proposed restructure for ABG Education’s feedback from JIG committee members mainly from DoE and TSC.
Mr Kuhena said the feedback would improve the proposed restructure for ABG Education before it is endorsed by the Department of Personnel Management (DPM).
He said they would also discuss the budget for implementation. According to the Memorandum of Understanding between DoE, ABG Education Division, TSC and ABG Education the budget for ABG Education functions would be supported by DoE, TSC

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