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Covid-19: Govt. to provide one-time financial assistances to private school teachers
5/23/2020 12:24:29 AM
Early Times Report

JAMMU, May 22: The Jammu and Kashmir government has decided to provide one-time financial assistance to private school teachers who have got impacted due to Covid-19 lockdown.
As per the order issued by the Jammu and Kashmir government which reads with the subject, “One time financial assistance to Private School Teachers out of State Disaster Relief Fund (SDRF), who got impacted due to the Country wide lockdown”.
The Jammu and Kashmir has further asked the school education department to explore the possibility of providing one-time financial assistance to needy private school teachers. The order further reads, “May refer record note of review meeting hold under the chairmanship of Lietuenant Governor of J&K G.C Murmu at Srinagar on 5.05.2020 issued vide no Edu/NC-SE/SGR dated 14.05.2020 by the School Education Department. It has been instructed to explore possibility of providing one-time financial assistance to needy private school teachers based on details of fee charged by such schools., Further in this connection, Director Finance School Education have directed to request private schools in Jammu and Kashmir to provide detailed information on the account which as per the order reads, “Name of school, number of teachers, tuition fee collected during March April and May, 2020, total number of staff both teaching and non-teaching, monthly salary provision and surplus/shortfall of salary if any”, to the department within a week’s time positively.
It is pertinent to mention here schools were closed down by the Jammu and Kashmir government in the month of March following the Covid-19 pandemic. While months later many private school commenced online classes for students and at the same time most of the teachers did not received their salary.
“While reading through the order, I am hopeful that I will be able to receive my three months salary or any financial assistance by the school, where I teach”, said a private school teacher. She added, “I have been teaching online classes regularly but have not received a penny from the school”.
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