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Private school teachers demand increment in remuneration
3/18/2019 11:59:44 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Mar 18: An emergent meeting of the J&K Private School Teachers Association Jammu held under the chairmanship of Vijay Dutta president of the association and demanded increment in at least minimum wages. While addressing the members said that teachers are the builders of the nation and in present time the private schools teachers are playing very significant role in making future of children's as campered to Govt run schools but in terms of remuneration pvt. schools teachers are not being paid even equal to minimum wages even schools are not providing chairs to the teachers during class teachings and due to this female teachers are facing numbers of health related issues as they are suppose to standing posture minimum 6 hours.
Union also lashed on the state govt that while fixing fee structure for students vide its order no 01.FFC of 2019 dated 28.1.2019 ignored the teaching community there is not any provision or guide line was mentioned about the wages and other facilities to be taken care of teachers.
It is pertinent to mention here that Pvt schools charges number of mislinious funds from the students without proper receipts and create wealth for themselves but schools managements are sucking the bloods of innocent teachers
The association urged to the Governor of Jammu and Kashmir for his kind intervention for the welfare of the highly educated and most exploited youths and direction to particularly Education Department for framing guide lines for fixing wages / emoluments for private schools teachers and non teaching staff and extension of other statuary benefits under Law so that exploitations of teaching community can be protected and this will pave the ways of employment of educated youths. Association further appealed to Govt to constitute a statuary body for checking and audit of financial records of Pvt. Schools as they have created huge wealth but utterly failed to provide required infrastructure and fare wages to the teachers a detail memorandum in this regard will be also submitted to Governor. In the meeting Darshan Singh, Vice president, Sawarn Singh General Secretary, Jagdish Chander Ashok Bakshi, Ashu Sharma sunita Gupta, Manmohan Singh and Harbans Choudhary were present in the meeting
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