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JKTMA discusses Teachers issues in Monthly meeting
6/16/2024 9:45:19 PM

Early Times Report

Jammu, June 16: Rakesh Singh UT President of Jammu Kashmir Teachers Masters Association (JKTMA) chaired monthly meeting in Jammu to project the genuine burning issues of Teachers community.
Singh expressed his resentment against the concerned authorities over delaying tactics of to issue the adjustment list of Master grade and said that it reflects the casual approach of Education authorities & urged to Principal secretary to SED to issue the same at earliest.
Association welcomed the Alok Kumar Sharma to take over the charge of Commissioner secretary SED and urges him to continue the DPC of Teachers/Masters to Lecturers in all disciplines within short span of time which he left earlier as teachers fraternity has high hope from him in this matter.
Speaking on the issue of vacant positions of Lecturers/Masters in Senior Secondary Schools General Secretary Vivek Gupta said that due to such vacancies students face difficulties in academic studies which ultimately reflected in low pass percentage of govt schools & also defeated the very purpose of RTE 2009 including NEP 2020 as it envisages that all the vacancies of Lecturers/Masters would be filled in all the Senior Secondary Schools/ High schools & engagement of CRC is not permanent solution which should be discouraged as far as possible.
Association also demanded to rescind the condition of "one-time exemption " as it is only unnecessary harassment of teachers and urged to make process of in-service study for teachers simple rather than cumbersome procedure. While inviting attention towards the order issued regarding secondary classes to be taken by Lecturers in addition to their own classes Singh welcomed the decision and urged to higher authorities to implement it in letter and spirit for the welfare of the students.
Others demands raised by the association are Rural allowance to teachers posted in Zone IV , Creation of Teachers welfare fund for teachers, Education allowance for Teachers having M.Ed, M. phil, P.hD, Enchancing grade of Teachers, Mobile allowance.
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