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Plus-2 Lecturer forum demands filling of vacancies of all cadre
6/16/2019 9:10:00 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, June 16: Plus 2 Lecturers' Forum has demanded immediate filling of all vacant posts of various cadre in education department. According to press release, during a monthly meeting, Ashok Sharma, the District President of the Forum expressed resentment over a large number of vacancies of different cadres including principals and lecturers existing in the schools under the School Education department.
They demanded that these vacancies be filled up at the earliest by conducting DPC/direct recruitment. The meet also expressed resentment over a large number of vacancies of Class four employees in the schools and demanded that these be filled up at the earliest by recruitment.
They resented that the Sr Lecturers promoted more than three months ago as incharge Principals, have not been adjusted so far and they have been suffering without salaries and demanded their early adjustment.
The members also resented delay in the issuance of orders of Jt Directors, Chief Education Officers, Principals and Lecturers in the School Education department, who have been serving in the incharge capacity for varying periods of time. They demanded that the process of regularisation be expedited and the committees tasked with the job of verifying the documents of the incharge incumbents in the department be asked to complete the process expeditiously and the orders of regularization in favour of all the incharge incumbents be issued at the earliest. The meet demanded the implementation of ACP in favour of Plus 2 Cadre on the analogy of Allopathic Doctors, Medical officers, Veterinary surgeons etc to end injustice with them and attract the best brains to this department.
Among those who addressed the meeting included Ashwani Kumar, Ram Murti, Ravi Kanchan, Rakeshwar Sharma,Luxmi Kant, Amrit Lal, Joginder Gupta,Veena Rani and others.
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