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JKTJAC holds monthly meeting, demands resolution of issues
12/4/2022 10:47:55 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Dec 4: Jammu Kashmir Teachers' Joint Action Committee (JKTJAC) held monthly meeting at Udhampur today on 04.12.2022 under the leadership of UT President Vinod Sharma and District President Lekh Raj Parihar.
The meeting was attended by the JKTJAC representatives from all the zones of the district.
While speaking on the occasion Vinod Sharma raised the genuine issues of the teaching fraternity and sought the attention of the LG administration for the resolution of the same.
Demanding provision of comprehensive transfer policy in favour of teachers appointed under ReT scheme, he said that these teachers have been working in the same schools for last more than 20 years. He said that even Hon'ble High Court and CAT has issued directions that after their regularisation as General Line Teachers ReT teachers be transferred within the district but still they are not considered for transfer and thus making suffer thousands of these teachers including females. He also demanded implementation of Old Pension in favour of NPS employees of the UT as NPS scheme is not employee friendly.
Other demands raised in the meeting include:
Allocation of substantive posts to the teachers Grade II as per their seniority , Consideration of mutual transfer cases of 3rd teachers, ReTs appointed under Order No. 635, ReTs appointed under clear vacancies like that of Teachers Grade II/III;
Filling Posts of ZEOs/Principals/Headmasters in headless zones/schools of theUT;
DPC of teachers to masters as same hasn't been done since 2014 thereby leading stagnation,
Regularisation of ReTs who have completed 5 years ReT period and conversion of RRETs to Teachers Grade II/III,
Regularisation of Headmasters as same hasn't been done since 2012 ,
Conversion of headteachers posts into non plan posts of masters to resolve the salary issue of the masters,
Provision of release of more than two years arrears of Teachers/ masters as same couldn't be released in the last financial year as permission in this regard was awaited from the finance department;
Others who also spoke on the occasion were: Sham Sharma, Sukesh Khajuria, Ashok Seth, Pritam Goswami, Shamsher Singh, Ajay Thakur, Suresh Sharma, Vijay Sadhotra, Satpal Sharma, Sandeep Sharma, Vipin Raina, Anil Sharma, Swarn Singh, Parshant Sharma, Amit Gupta, Binder Kumar, Sudesh Kumar, Romesh Kumar, Jai Parkash, Vinod Kumar, Jagdish Sharma, Ramesh Kumar, Ashok Kumar, Beerbajan, Anuradha Sharma and others.
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