Kovid-19 has become a bane for unfunded teachers

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Kovid-19 has become a bane for unfinished teachers
Dhampur. The Uttar Pradesh Secondary Teachers Association (Serving Group) meeting took place at RSM Inter College. District Minister Vinod Kumar said the time of Kovid 19 was a bane for the financially lacking teachers and staff working in the Uttar Pradesh Board of Secondary Education’s accredited secondary schools, Prayagraj. An economic stimulus package called for by the government.
At the meeting on Friday, the district minister said that only one mandate would be given to teachers without funding. The same thing happened last year and this year since the government ordered that secondary schools cease teaching. Since then, teachers have also been given indefinite leave without funding. Most unaided teachers do not have the employer’s letters of appointment. The government has no record of this either.
Orders were issued by the additional Chief Secretary of the Government of Uttar Pradesh on May 20, 2021 and by the District Magistrate Bijnor on May 21, 2021 to pay the remuneration / salary regularly for the manager / principal. But in most schools the salary situation of teachers / employees without funding contradicts the mandate. Given these unforeseen circumstances, the government has requested that in such a situation, the government cooperate with the financial crisis by offering a stimulus package to the unfinished teachers and their families emerging from the financial crisis. Make sure you have a regular salary. Rector OP Yadav, Atul Kumar, Abhishek Kumar, Chetan Kumar etc. were teachers in the session. Anil Kumar Devra chaired the meeting. Deputy Foreign Minister Sunil Kumar Rajput conducted the operation.

Kovid-19 has become a bane for unfinished teachers

Dhampur. The Uttar Pradesh Secondary Teachers Association (Serving Group) meeting took place at RSM Inter College. District Minister Vinod Kumar said the time of Kovid 19 was a bane for the financially lacking teachers and staff working in the Uttar Pradesh Board of Secondary Education’s accredited secondary schools, Prayagraj. An economic stimulus package called for by the government.

At the meeting on Friday, the district minister said that only one mandate would be given to teachers without funding. The same thing happened last year and this year since the government ordered that secondary schools cease teaching. Since then, teachers have also been given indefinite leave without funding. Most unaided teachers do not have the employer’s letters of appointment. The government has no record of this either.

Orders were issued by the additional Chief Secretary of the Government of Uttar Pradesh on May 20, 2021 and by the District Magistrate Bijnor on May 21, 2021 to pay the remuneration / salary regularly for the manager / principal. But in most schools the salary situation of teachers / employees without funding contradicts the mandate. Given these unforeseen circumstances, the government has requested that in such a situation, the government cooperate with the financial crisis by offering a stimulus package to the unfinished teachers and their families emerging from the financial crisis. Regular salary payments should be agreed. Rector OP Yadav, Atul Kumar, Abhishek Kumar, Chetan Kumar etc. were teachers in the session. Anil Kumar Devra chaired the meeting. Deputy Foreign Minister Sunil Kumar Rajput conducted the operation.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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