December 29, 2020

JKTJAC meers in Kulgam, seeks DSEK’s intervention for resolution of pending demands of teachers

Kulgam: A state executive body meeting was on Monday hel under the leadership of chairman JKTJAC Gazi Abdul Aziz in Kulgam. The teacher related issues and organisational matters were discussed at length during the meeting.
A statement issued on Monday said that the apex leadership from all across the valley, including Saleem Sagar, Reyaz-u-Rehman, Qazi Tasleem, Gulam Nabi Ganie, Mohammad Shafi Shah and Dilbar Mushtaq participated in the meeting”, adding that “the leaders appealed Director School Education Kashmir to expedite the process of redressal of pending demands”.

In the meeting all the earlier confusions within the organisation which could create a wedge between the leaders were cleared and stress was laid on to strengthen the organisation at grassroot level”, the statement reads.
The JKTJAC statement further said “ all the issues of teachers pending at directorate district levels were thoroughly discussed. Pending teacher grade II orders, pending time bound promotion cases and various other main issues were raised by leaders”. Chairman, according to the statement, urged the authorities and appealed Director School Education Kashmir Mohammed Younus Malik to expedite the resolution of pending demands of the government teachers.

“ The meeting also decided that organisation will speed up the process of zonal and district body elections for the organisation”, the statement said, adding that “ Chairman Gazi Abdul Aziz said that leadership had already announced election schedule for the organisation but due to corona lockdown JKTJAC had delayed the same”.
The Chairman JKTJAC , according to the statement, further said that all the zonal executive bodies and district executive bodies of JKTJAC have been intimated to speed up the process of elections in order to complete the process by or before ending January. “The state executive body elections would be scheduled immediately after the completion of Zonal level and district level elections for the organisation, said the chairman”, reads the statement.

 

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