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RMSA teachers’ ill-treatment hinders dream of Naya Bharat, Naya Kashmir: Mawa
4/12/2022 11:27:57 PM


SRINAGAR, Apr 12: Extending his whole hearted support to the ousted Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (RMSA) subject specific teachers, the businessman turned social activist and Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Reconciliation Front (JKRF) Dr Sandeep Mawa has demanded to re-hire RMSA teachers in Jammu and Kashmir.
Dr Mawa urged the administration to revoke their termination orders and allow them to work further so that they, who are highly qualified, too can earn an honourable livelihood for them. “Injustice with those who are working to enlighten the society and imparting valuable knowledge to our children is unacceptable. It is my moral responsibility to raise a voice of support for their legitimate demand,” said Dr Mawa.
“Ousted RMSA teachers are not raising any wrong demand. Despite allocation of funds and Court’s backing they were terminated. If all these subject specific teachers who were imparting education in the remotely located schools are being ill-treated then how can we ever think of building a Naya Bharat or Naya Kashmir,” he added.
He further said that despite recommendations from different quarters the RMSA teachers are not being allowed to continue.
He demanded that the administration should take their plea seriously so that they can contribute towards the society, adding that they are highly qualified and want to serve the nation by being the nation builders.
It is pertinent to mention here that about 550 teachers including 320 in Jammu Division and 230 in Kashmir division were employed in the 110 upgraded High Schools under RMSA vide government order number 597 Education of 2014, dated 23-08-2014, as per MHRD guidelines for teacher recruitment across India. However, the said teachers were discontinued through a government order issued in July 2019.
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