The principal of a government senior secondary school said, “We already have double shift schools and due to the lack of teaching staff, the institution has been managing with a lot of difficulty. A school head has a lot more responsibilities to fulfil in their respective institutions, and then the government expects us to manage two to three more along with ours.”  Another head of a high school said, “The government has been ignorant towards the problems faced by the teaching staff of schools. “We are not machines. They expect us to manage nearly three institutions at a time, perform election duties, tackle the ongoing registrations for the new academic session and all this while, manage classes as well,” he said An in-charge of a senior secondary school said, “The principal of our school retired recently and since then I am the in-charge here. I conduct classes and manage the entire school while performing the rest of my duties as a lecturer, even though this is not my responsibility, and the department expects quality education from headless institutions.”