Education – State High School Teachers No salary

Ghazipur The family is on the verge of hunger because the teachers and staff of the 16 state high schools in the district have not paid any salaries. There is also no way to get a salary in the current month. On the other hand, the State Teachers Association has asked the chief minister to receive a salary. Only the teachers and employees of the state high schools, which are run as part of the National Secondary School Campaign, have not received their salaries. While the salary is given regularly at Government Inter College. The situation arose because the full budget of the salaries of Government Inter College teachers and staff is released by the state government, while Government High School teachers and staff receive the salary from the contribution of the central and state government. This budget has not been allocated in the past three months. This situation is prevalent throughout the state. 34 new teachers working at 16 state high schools in the district have not received a salary since March. There are two schools where not all staff have received their salaries since March. Apart from that, the April and May salary budget is not available. Shyamnarayan Singh Yadav, Senior Vice President of the Government Teachers Association in the province, and Ram Avatar Yadav, the Union’s provincial spokesman, have asked the Prime Minister to provide the budget for the payment of salaries. It is alleged that the move will be taken in time to allocate the budget for the salaries of state high school teachers and staff. It was said that there was a request from the organization to remove the high school budget from the plan and a system of allocation with state inter-colleges under the no-plan, but this too has been done by the government to date. The district school inspector, Dr. OP Rai said the budget has not yet been approved by the government. The inquiry letter was sent to the government. The salary is released once the budget is received.

Ghazipur The family is on the verge of hunger because the teachers and staff of the 16 state high schools in the district have not paid any salaries. There is also no way to get a salary in the current month. On the other hand, the state teachers’ association has asked the prime minister to receive a salary. Only the teachers and employees of the state high schools, which are run as part of the National Secondary School Campaign, have not received their salaries. While the salary is given regularly at Government Inter College. The situation arose because the full budget of the salaries of Government Inter College teachers and staff is released by the state government, while Government High School teachers and staff receive the salary from the contribution of the central and state government. This budget has not been allocated in the past three months. This situation is prevalent throughout the state. 34 new teachers working at 16 state high schools in the district have not received a salary since March. There are two schools where not all staff have received their salaries since March. Apart from that, the April and May salary budget is not available. Shyamnarayan Singh Yadav, Senior Vice President of the Government Teachers Association in the province, and Ram Avatar Yadav, the Union’s provincial spokesman, have asked the Prime Minister to provide the budget for the payment of salaries. It is alleged that the move will be taken in time to allocate the budget for the salaries of state high school teachers and staff. It was said that the organization had requested that the high school budget be removed from the plan and an allocation made to the state inter-colleges under the non-plan, but this too has been done by the government to date. The district school inspector, Dr. OP Rai said the budget has not yet been approved by the government. The inquiry letter was sent to the government. The salary is released once the budget is received.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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