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Teachers Guild demands DPC for teachers, masters, lecturers
Posted 09 Oct 2017 03:19 PM

Teachers Guild Jammu and Kashmir (TGJK) discussed the issue of promotions of teachers, masters and lecturers to next higher grades and filling up of the vacant posts of different cadres.
In the meeting held here on Sunday, State President of TGJK, Nasir Ahmed Qureshi said that near about 1,500 posts of masters and 1,200 of lecturers are lying vacant.
“The promotion of masters to lecturers in various subjects has not been ordered except one or two subjects due to reasons well known to the higher authorities,” he said, adding that the government is sitting on the issue and could not take any decision on the qualifications and degrees of teachers and masters acquired from other universities of the country. The issue of degrees has not been resolved yet by the School Education Department and as such promotions could not be made in most of the disciplines, he stated.
Qureshi said that on the one hand the students are suffering badly for want of lecturers in the particular subject and on the other side, the teachers are being put to stagnation. He also said that similarly in the case of teachers to masters the lalter promoted in 2014 are still waiting for their adjustment in 2017 after a period of three years and further DPC of Teachers to Masters is still pending. He said that near about 1,500 posts of masters stand unfilled due to non-issuance of DPC adding that as per government rules DPC of all cadres has to be conducted every year and even every six months; but, it is unfortunate and illegal that the authorities could not do justice with the teachers.
General Secretary TGJK, Vijay Kumar Sharma presented an agenda of the meeting which was given due discussion and deliberations upon the issue of stagnation of teachers in promotions. The participants of the meeting took serious note and showed resentment against the higher authorities which could not consider the non-filling of vacancies especially in rural areas.
Sharma said that unless the vacancies are filled and subject teachers are provided, it is not possible to improve the learning standards of students. He appealed to the Education Minister and Minister of State for Education to intervene and resolve the issue as soon as possible.
Others who were present in the meeting included Sanjay Kumar, Ajit Kumar, Kewel Krishen, Vinod Kumar, Kuldeep Kumar, Mushtaq Mohammad, Balbir Singh, Verinder Kumar, Sadiq Hussain, Narayan Baru, M.A Wani, Anil Kumar, Ghulam Rasool, Mohan Singh, Charanji Lal, Kasturi Lal, Ashwani Kumar, Ram Lal, Devinder Kumar, Om Parkash, Vijay Kumar Gupta, Subash Singh, Rita Sharma and Suman Kumari.

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