AJKLTF demands separate education commission in the state

All Jammu Kashmir and Ladakh Teachers Federation (AJKLTF) affiliated to AkhilBhartiya Rashtyiya Shaikshik Mahasang (ABRSMS) organized one day state level teachers’ convention at Jammu club here today.
Jagdish Prasad Singhal, Vice Chancellor, Jaipur University, Rajasthan was the main speaker on the occasion. In its convention the Federation expressed concern over the alarming situation in education department and has strongly conveyed to the state government about need of overall reforms in the department. The convention was started with the lightening of the traditional lamp by the Chief Guest and SaraswatiVandana. Over 300 delegates from across the state participated in the convention. Mohan Singh, State President of the Federation read the welcome speech. Delegates from Kashmir led by provincial president Raja Mohd Amin Khan also took part in the convention.
Jagdish Prasad, the main speaker in his address stressed on the need of indianisation of education for the betterment of the country and the society as well. He said, “The education policy should be made in the interest of nation and the teachers should be recognized and respected by the society” He also shared his experiences with the teachers and stressed on the need of unity among the teachers community to get their problems solved.
Ratan Sharma, State General Secretary, in his address highlighted the organizational activities in the state and raised certain demands which need immediate attention of the state Government.
He said that there was a need of a separate Independent Education Commission in the state for the rederessal of the genuine grievances of the teaching community and overall development of the department.
Maheshwer Prasad, working president presented vote of thanks on the occasion where as Dev Raj Thakur conducted the proceedings.

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