GLTF highlights various burning issues of teaching community

Newspoint Bureau
Jammu Tawi, April 30
General Line Teachers Forum today discussed the present scenario of education and highlighted the various burning issues of teaching community.
In a meeting held here under the chairmanship of GLTF district chairman Sarbjeet Singh and vice president Rakesh Singh. While addressing the meeting, Sarbjeet Singh highlighted the problem being faced by the teachers due to vacant posts of Zonal education officers of zone jib and zone Udhampur and demanded that these posts should be filled immediately without any delay for smooth function of these two most busy offices of district Udhampur.
District president Vivek Gupta while speaking on the occasion demanded to depute untrained in- service teachers of Jammu province for regular B.ed courses through department on regular basis as none of the teachers deputed for B.ed from last three years.
In a meeting Rakesh Singh demanded from the Education minister to immediately adjust the aggrieved unadjusted masters those who promoted on February 2014 by nullifying the order No. 66 as these order does not applicable to masters promoted on February 2014.
Ramesh Kumar general secretary demanded that DPC of all subjects of lecturers and masters should be held regularly to meet the deficiency of staff in various schools he also highlighted the need of measures to be taken up prevent unnecessary harassment of the teachers at offices and to maintain the dignity of the teachers.
Others who spoke on the occasion were Sohan Lal, Ajeet Gupta, Pardeep Gupta, Mohinder Kumar, Anil Kumar, Raj Kumar and others.

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