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Future of different Hostel Students at stake
Norms and Rules set by GAD violated
3/2/2021 11:33:54 PM

RAJOURI, Mar 2: Although last year High Court upheld Central Administrative Tribunal’s (CAT) order, dismissing a plea by a group of teachers who had challenged their repatriation to parent department after completing tenure as Wardens or Assistant Wardens in hostels of Gujjars and Bakerwals and Pahari Speaking People. As a matter of acute mockery of the system there are few wardens who are continuing for even more then 10 years. Also many times government issued the orders to detach the teachers from these hostels but still there are many blue eyed teachers and masters who are attached in the hostels doing nothing but just running their side businesses. Pertinent to mention, while dismissing the petition of Rafaqat Ali and others, a division bench of Justice Ali Muhammad Magrey and Justice Sanjay Dhar observed that the petitioners have no right to continue to hold the posts on deputation or otherwise. Furthermore, the Court termed it as “enigmatic” the eagerness of these teachers to continue at the posts and asked Tribal Affairs department to be watchful in ensuring funds allotted for the benefit of poor students reach them as was provided on paper and due to them. The policy issued by the government in the year 2013 prescribed tenure of deputation of Wardens or Assistant Wardens for two years and in no case it was allowed beyond three years. This has been observed and verified from many well-placed sources although these wardens and Assistant Wardens are enjoying many privileges but never stay in hostel during night. Noteworthy to mention that many times in past students were found indulged in immoral faulty acts which can even ruin their future and that only due to the poor unfortunate low standard of monitoring by the officials who are enjoying Privileges but are paying least heed towards the future of the students. The life of the students is at stake due to hopeless negligent behaviour of the responsible Hostel staff fraternity. GAD is the highest institution of the government for transfers and appointments but as a matter of utter disappointment many even dared to play foul thus challenging the credibility of the apex institution. When contacted Secretary, Pahari Advisory Board, Bureeda Majeed, claimed that as she recently joined the office and is working to rectify the problems and also pointed that Education Department must take step to call back all the Teachers/ Masters who are illegally attached at various hostels in the J&K UT.
When contacted Director School Education, Jammu Anuradha Gupta, stated that we have prepared a panel of eligible candidates through a transparent process of grading after analysis of their work performance and self-evaluation obtained through online applications. Panel is to be submitted tomorrow to the administrative department. It got delayed because there was poor response for girls’ hostels and in remote districts also. So, the date of online application was extended.
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