मुख्य समाचार :

Teachers organisation demands reforms to the hills schools

Mukesh Sharma , 12 jan , kalimpong

Janmukti secondary teachers organisation submitted a 5 point memorandum to the administrator of the Darjeeling gorkha hill council Anil Verma pertaining to the educational issues in the secondary schools under D.G.H.C In the memorandum the organisation has demanded the long unsettled case of the regularization of adhoc teachers and the volunteers teachers and the establishment of the school service commission for the hilly areas, in addition the organisation demanded the recognition of the established junior high school under D.G.H.C with grant -in- aid facility , besides the 31 schools that are in correspondences of D.G.H.C the organisation demanded the recognition of 23 other such school being established and run by the organising teachers. The teacher organisation has strongly protested against the recently step motherly attitude of the state government in which thirty nine thousand five hundred one additional teaching post were sanctioned for all districts under west Bengal as per the gazette notification no.1584-SE(S)/IA-01/09(Pt) dated 21 December 2011 but none has been allotted to D.G.H.C area. The organisation has also raised the voice for the appointment to the group C and D post in the government aided school under dghc which has been kept pending due to the ssc act .In favour of this point the organisation has cited that in spite of the fact there is no ssc in the hills the same should be processed as per the existing procedure (dghc) so that the problem due bot get compounded . speaking the media j.s.t.o spokesperson bishen roka told that the organisation raised the voice for the adhoc teachers who have acquired favourable high court verdicts and have been given approval for appointment but there are still many who have not been accorded approval because of the absence of vacant posts . The organisation has demanded to theadministrator to consider conversions of post while maintaining the mandatory staff pattern so that some of these case can be settled. The memorandum copy has been forwarded to the all three MLA.s of the hill along with the D.M who are the board of administrator of the D.G.H.C.

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