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Plus two lecturer’s forum holds two day convention
12/4/2022 10:46:13 PM
Early Times Report
RAJOURI, Dec 4: The Central Executive Body of All J and K Plus Two Lecturer's Forum visited District Rajouri and Poonch to attend two days convention there.The team comprised of RS Slathia (Chairman), Pardeep Singh Rakwal (Provincial President), Ghar Singh (General Secretary), Kamal Lal (Chief Organiser), Surinder Madhyal (District President Kathua). The Central body was warmly welcomed by District President Rajouri Anwar ul Sadat Shah and District President Poonch Jagjeet Singh. During the convention, different office bearers of District Units and plus two community members were present. The team listened to the issues of the members and assured that all the issues will be put forward before the Higher Authorities for redressal. The main demands highlighted include ACP, Regularisation of Lecturer's should be done as early as possible as all the legal formalities for the same have already been done.
The disbursement of question papers of board exams should be done by the Board Authority itself as the collection of papers from Police Station is inconvenient for female staff.The remuneration rate of Board Exam Duty should be revised.The word "look after charge"should be removed from the cadre.
The filling up of all the vacant posts should be done as soon as possible.
The other genuine demands raised include repatriation of Lecturer's and Principals adjusted in hard zones,non vacation benefits in favour of all the Principals, lecturers who are officially engaged even during vacations,sanction of charge allowance in favour of newly promoted Lecturers/Principals, Creation of Vice Principal posts in Higher secondary schools,Revival of 40 percent quota.Number of activities in the
Activity calender should be reduced as both students and teachers are over burdened because of this.
The convention was held in congenial manner.The Central body assured full support to the District Bodies and it was unanimously decided to work in a co-ordinated manner for the betterment of the cadre. Prominent among those present include: Mond Reyaz, Mohd Sarwar, Mohd Ayaz Raina, Mohd Iqbal, Mohd Mehmood, Sarfraz Ahmed, Tariq Mehmood, Makesh Sharma, Abey Suden, Rakesh Luthra, Mohd Latif, Mohd Hafiz, Maqbool Hussain, Shebirul Hussain, Mohd Parvez, Ravinder Singh, Sayeeda Mehmood, Sarvinder Kour, Ajaz Ahmed, Ranjeet Singh, Raj Kumar, Bhopinder Singh, Mohd Bashir and others.
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